By G Wop

Boy what a weekend.  I hope you did not miss any of it.  Friday was the Halloween party, I did not know we had so many well behaved children. I don’t know the count, but I was worn out. I must thank everyonewho donated candy.

Saturday was a great day in the park; the Lyons Club did a great job.  One big cat went down, but Calvin took care of it. It was lots of fun, friends and laughs. You will be there next year.

If you missed the Haunted Ghost Train, be sure to get a ride on the Polar Express. The first train rides Nov. 22.

If you like chicken fried steak, like me, on Nov. 8 when Lin Burliegh and Mike Coster are co-hosting lunch.

There is an Insurance Question and Answer planned for Nov.4.  I know we all have questions.  Be at the library at 5 p.m. There will be several speakers with knowledge on the subject.

The answer to Carol’s question is: Dolphins have a bigger brain than you.  Now she wants to know what object is most choked on?

Marie Lunkin won Bingo.  She said there was nothing to it.  Come and see if you can win.
Bowling is getting more interesting every week. We are all watching Allan and Barbara. One got 160 and the other 167, guess which. Jo Ambrose got a new ball and a score of 160.

The Senior Center is raffling off a quilt.  For tickets see Chris at the Senior Center or me where ever you see me.


Monday: Beef Barley Soup, Turkey Sandwich and Fruit
Tuesday: Sausage Pizza, Green Salad and Fruit
Wednesday: Chicken Enchilada, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans and Fruit
Thursday: Biscuit/Sausage Gravy, Scrambled Eggs, Pepper/Onion Sauté and Fruit
Friday: Chicken Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beens and Dessert

(For those who noticed, last week we had two Thursdays. I got it straight this time)
Noticing these things could win you a nice prize.

Fascinating Facts:  the word “bury”, used as part of the name of a town, as in Danbury or Middlebury, is taken from Old English and means “a place that is heavily fortified and protected.”

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