AUSTIN EDITION - SENIOR CALENDAR Seniorfest Celebration will cap busy day at center
Sept. 9th will be a busy day at the center.
Tickets are on sale now for the Hormel Retirees Breakfast that will be held that morning. We will be serving scrambled eggs, ham, hash browns, muffins, orange juice and coffee. The cost is $4 in advance for this great breakfast. Tickets at the door are $5.
That evening there will be a Seniorfest Celebration with a meal of roast turkey, baked dressing, green beans, pumpkin bar and milk prepared by Semcac Dining. The cost is the same as the noon meal. Entertainment will be provided before the meal by the storyteller Mike Cotter.
It's that time of year when Myrtle P's Boutique is having her week-long $1 per bag sale to clear out the summer clothing and make room for the winter selections. The sale starts Sept. 8.
Coming up at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 16 will be an entertaining and informative slide program on bird watching and wildlife in Kenya. Dick and Kay Smaby have agreed to share their interesting trip and the birds and wildlife they had the privilege to capture on film.
We still have seats available for the La Crosse Queen Luncheon Cruise on Oct.1. For more information, call 433-2370.
Tickets are available for the Belgian Waffle fund-raiser to be held Oct. 26. Cost is $6 in advance at the center or from any center board member.
Semcac Dining meals are available every day, except holidays, at 11:30 a.m. at the center. The meals are open to the public and reservations are desired. The cost is a suggested donation of $2.75 for those 60 years of age and older and cost $4.50 for those under age 60. Although menus are subject to change, here's what's planned for the week ahead.
Tuesday: Chicken ala king.
Wednesday: Baked cod.
Thursday: Beef roast.
Friday: Barbecue meatballs.
Sept. 8: Swiss steak.
Card tournament results
Friday cribbage: First, Loretta Prantner; second, Donna Schara; third, Ray Winkels; fourth, Marge Williamson.
Daily pinochle winners: Hilton Henschen, Dorothy Schloo, Dave Solomonson, John Allen.
Weekly whist: First, Loretta Prantner; second, Clayton Kearns; third, Clifton Vick; door prize, ; Don Bailey.
; Friday bridge: First, Doris Hemmer; second, Lorraine Lippert; third, Arnie Lang; fourth, Jean Schupp; door prize, Della Chinander.
Monday bridge: First, Loretta Nelson; second, Lorraine Lippert; third, Mary Johnson; door prize, Nellie Evenson.
Weekly 500: First, Betty West; second, Dorothy Stern; third, Dorothy Kiefer; fourth, Bernice Thompson.
Weekly cribbage: First, Lynn DeRemer; second, Pat Hanson; third (tie), Lottie Seira and Don Bailey; door prize, Clifton Vick.
Tuesday night 500: First, Dave Solomonson; second, Clifton Vick; third, Jaynard Johnson; fourth, Bernice Thompson.
Tuesday night bridge: First, Loretta Nelson; second, Ella Rouhoff; third, Joe Morgan; fourth, Arnie Lang; door prize, Nellie Evenson.
Paulette Anderson is director of the Mower County Senior Center.