Highlights from This Month’s Newsletter… Happy New Year!
South Senior Center is open, 10 am to 2 pm.
Masks Optional in Center – Mask Recommendations & Requirements, Oregon Mask Requirements
Camile – April Fools Day. It seems to me that it is somewhat vague. The most popular theory about its origin involves the French calendar reform of the 16th century. In 1564 , France reformed its calendar, moving the start of the year from the end of March to January. The people who failed to keep up with the change, who clung to the old calendar system and continued to celebrate the New Year during the week that fell between March and April 1st had jokes played on them…. See Newsletter.
Providence Insurance – Information and Enrollment, April 14th 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (Bingo Room)
AARP 2021 Tax Preparation – All appointments are filled for 2021 tax preparation. Provided by AARP Volunteers. Please call us at 503-588-0748 for more details.
AARP Driver Safety – To be announced
Senior Center Lunch Pick Up – Marion–Polk Food Share has resumed lunch service Monday through Friday from 12:00 – 12:30 PM daily. Boxed lunches will be “Handed Out” in the parking lot. “Drivers are asked to remain in their cars”. There will be someone to greet you to take your order; two options will be available daily. For the present, no donations or fees apply. SSSC is not a Meals on Wheels distribution center. If you would like home delivery call 503-364-2856.
Exercise keeps you Healthy! – Exercise helps boost your immune system. Get out and walk, jog or join a health club. Exercise also helps if you feel depressed.
Meetings This Month
Board Meeting – Monday 4/11 1:00 PM
BINGO UPDATE – Some of our members have been eager to start playing Bingo again. If you are interested in playing Bingo again, please contact us at the Center 503-588-0748.… See Newsletter.
Crafters – We meet Mondays from 12 – 2 PM... See Newsletter.
Garden Club – Next meeting, April 22nd at NOON… See Newsletter.
Writers Group – Holly Hobby. She sits on a shelf, forgotten by time. A single strand of golden yarn has escaped from one of her pigtails hanging beneath her faded blue bonnet… See Newsletter.
Welcome to Our Newest Members!
We have new members!
Thank You to Our Recent Donors
Alice Wells, Val & Lynn Anderhott, Joan Fowlds, Dale Harris, Sharon Latshaw, Craig & Joan Noffsinger, Robert & Judy Ward, Ruth Hewett, Barbara Simpson, Camille Wolke, Orville Hatfield Sylvia Newman, Jane Hope, Jim Lawrence, Charles Musgrave, Candance Hess, Marilyn Antrician, Janis K Pitt — We appreciate your generosity!
Breakfast is on hold
Canceled until further notice, no volunteers until we start up again.
We are on hold for now but usually it’s once a month on Saturday. We offer Pancakes, Homemade Biscuits and Gravy, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage or Ham, Orange Juice, Coffee and Tea. Join us for a fun community breakfast! Learn the intricacies of the dishwasher & flip over volunteering! We caught you dreaming about our fluffy pancakes. Don’t wait! To volunteer: Contact Nancy at the front desk, Thursday & Friday mornings or Ted, Thursday afternoons. A special thanks Meadow Creek Village Assisted Living Sponsors for January breakfast.
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Deadline for the Newsletter Submissions is due the 10th of every month.
This month’s Newsletter is available! Download it here. Lunch menu not available