By G Wop

I have my costume, I hope to see you all dressed up.  Today is the Community Halloween Party and you should be there.

Saturday is going to be loads of fun starting at 10 a.m. and going all day.  I wonder what pumpkin  beer tastes like, pumpkin or beer. I guess we will find out.  Punkin Chunkin sounds like lots of fun.

RSVP is now providing house keeping for seniors, 60 and older, to anyone not able to clean any longer.  If you fit in this category, please me at 289-6323.
Bingo was a two-sided story.  Barbara Lewis won the big pot, but Nancy Judd won most everything else.

Bowling was really something to watch.  The stars were Barbara and Allen Zimmer and Jim Parks.  Barbara won the 1 game, which spurred Allen and Jim. Game 2 Allen 197, Jim 185. Game 3 Allen 213, Jim 201. Bill Carney got a 6-10, that’s very impressive.

Jim will be out for back surgery. Get fixed up quick. Margo Payton said to report her 227, but she only got a 127.

The sound you hear in a seashell is the echo of blood pulsing in your ear. Now Carol would like to know who has the bigger brain, you or a dolphin?
Ghost Train Tickets are running out. The Polar Express on next. These tickets will not last, so get yours soon.

Just a note to Gary, the ll a.m.s still have not spit. George did try to eat my Death Valley coat.

Monday – Baked Ham, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Veggies and Fruit
Tuesday – Cooks Choice ( this is always a good time to eat at the Senior Center)
Wednesday – Herb Pork Roast, Roasted Potatoes, Cauliflower and Fresh Apple
Thursday – Beef &  Bean Burrito, Spanish Rice, Zucchini, Grapes and Birthday Cake

Fascinating Facts – Apart from its vulnerability to fire, human hair is almost impossible to destroy. It decays at such a slow rate that it is practically non disintegrative.  It cannot be distorted by cold, change of climate, water or other natural forces, and it’s resistant to many kinds of acids and corrosive chemicals. This is why it clogs sinks and drainpipes.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
Thomas Jefferson