Well the fair is over, the horse raises are done and what a. What a good time we had. I did anyway.

I never realized the amount of work that goes on before the fair. My hat is off to all the volunteers who work so hard. If you know someone who worked hard, give them a hug.

The Senior Center is having a raffle to get new dishes. If you are too late for this one, there will be another.

I am looking for seniors who need a little help around the house. Please give me a call at 289-6323.

The people who are taking care of the 19 dogs abandon dogs could use your help. They need food and foster homes. Talk to the zoo.

I must tell you, the llamas got out again. This time two got out; they were going in different directions. No one there to laugh, just lots of running.

Bowling will be starting soon. The senior league (ages 20 to 100) will start on Sept. 3.

Renaissance Village is hosting the Farmers Market on the 24th. There should be lots of good food there.

Oh by the way, the drawing is still on. Just clip my article, write your name and phone number on it and put it in the box at the Senior Center. Please give Criss a hug for all her good work. The last winner was Inge Schielke and she will be dinning at Marie’s in McGill.

Dany from the railroad said “RSVPs are not required. To the Tourism Council.” I showed up anyway. You all should show up some time. Their meetings are very interesting.

Adult Railroad Reality Week starts on the 23rd. If you are an adult, give it a try.

The big bingo winner was non other than Vi Thompson

The answer the Carol’s big question – A bee uses 22 muscles to sting you.

I have been asked when the next food distribution is. Well it is Sept. 24

Menu

Monday: Philly Cheese Steak on Hoagie Roll, Chips, Beet salad and Fruit.

Tuesday: Chicken Tenders, Baked Potatoes Wedges, Green Salad and Fruit.

Wednesday: COOKS CHOICE (That is always good)

Thursday: BBQ Pork on Bun, Carrot/Raisin Salad and Fruit

Friday: Salisbury Steak, Gravy/Noodles, Broccoli, Banana and Birthday Cake.

Fascinating Facts: In ancient Japan public contests were held to see who in a town could break wind loudest and longest. Winners were awarded many prizes and received great acclaim (Boy I know some winners).

Each time something difficult and challenging has happened to me it has marked the beginning of a new era in my life.

Kimberly Kirberger.