By G Wop

This week has been a busy one for me. I do hope you had a fun busy week too. I went to Colorado for the weekend for my grandson’s birthday.

It’s always great to get the hugs and kisses from two little boys. At IHOP I got a tray full of ice water dumped on me.

The waitress was so upset, I had to hug her. (She got wet too). I was lucky it was only ice water. I had a good time, but am very happy to be home. I love Ely!
I do hope you gave some a special gift or still for Valentine’s Day. I did.
Mentally strong people don’t keep a closed mind.

You don’t know everything. Even the things you believe yourself if know are likely to not be entirely true.

If you keep a closed mind, you’re preventing yourself from learning new materials. If you stop learning you stop living.

March is the Nevada State Bar Conference at the Bristlecone Convention Center. This will run for four days.

Upcoming at the Senior Center, besides good food.
Social Security Office of Elko will be calling at 2 p.m. If you have any questions be there.
Nevada Legal Services will be here on March 27. Sign up sheet is at the Senior Center.

Bingo – The husband & wife team of Debbie and Frank took the big pot.

Bowling – My challenge was met. Jake bowled a 190 and Allen bowled a 205. Very good.

Answer to question – No president was an only child.
New Question –   How long can an olive tree live?
Fascinating Fact – A natural pearls melt in vinegar.

Menu
Monday — Baked Fish, Greek Potatoes, Zucchini and Fruit
Tuesday — Nacho Tostados with Trimmings and Fruit
Wednesday — Sweet & Sour Pork, Rice, Stir Fry Veggies and Fruit
Thursday — Italian Baked Chicken, Parsley Noodles, Italian Veggies and Fruit
Friday — Beef Hot Dogs/Bun, Macaroni Salad, Beet Salad, Fruit and Birthday Cake

Our bond is extremely special
It is unique in it’s own way
We have something irreplaceable
I love you more and more each day.
Margery Wang

RSVP – Respite Care Program gives regular breaks to exhausted and stressed caregivers who are overwhelmed by their selfless 24/7 care.

Volunteers provide breaks 2 to 4hours or more a week – which are life saving for the caregivers and help to reduce the chance of premature institutionalizations of the loved one being cared for.