Why is that in the spring, 54 degrees feels very warm and yet this morning it felt very cold.
I wanted to take time today to thank all of the people at the senior center. It is quite a task to make a monthly menu and follow through on everything. My hats off to all the people who purchase a paid meal at the senior center.
Thank you for all the good food and good times we’ve had at the senior center.
One more thank you goes to Arby’s for their donation.
Nevada facts and trivia
While Samuel Clemens began to use the pen name Mark Twain during his time working as a reporter for the Territorial Enterprise, he began his writing career as a reporter in the Midwest some years before moving to Virginia City in 1862.
The farmers market is open and I understand they had a very good turnout. I plan to be there this next weekend, hope to see you all there with your coupon books.
Don’t forget the reality railroad week.
Speaking of the railroad, the 4th annual Plein Air Outdoors Arts Festival begins on Saturday, Aug. 30 at the railroad.
McGill’s Labor Day celebration will begin on Aug. 29 and continue through Aug. 31. This year’s celebration will have a Rock of Ages theme. The parade with be held on the 29th and will be followed by a street dance in the evening. The festivities will continue on Aug. 30 will an event called “The Big Splash” beginning at 11 a.m. along with a picnic in the park. On the last day, Aug. 31, there will be a softball game and fireworks in the evening. For more information, call Stacy at 775-235–7442.
The Northern Nevada food distribution will be held on Sept. 5 at 3 p.m. at the Baptist church.
An open house will be held for RSVP on Sept. 6, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come to 1472 McGill Hwy.
Answer to last weeks question:
How many crisp new one dollar bills to the pound.
Exactly 490 bills per pound according to the Bureau of engraving and printing.
New question for the week:
How many of the ships involved in Columbus is his storied 1492 expedition made return voyages to the New World?
New Jersey has a spoon museum with over 5,400 spoons from almost all the states.
Monday – Holiday.
Tuesday – Eggs, sausage, biscuits with gravy and fruit.
Wednesday – Salisbury steak, gravy with noodles, broccoli and banana.
Thursday – Lasagna, spinach, garlic bread and fresh orange.
Friday – Ham, augratin, potatoes, veggies, fruit and dessert
The rules for being human
Learning lessons does not end — There is no part of life that does not contain it’s lessons. If you are alive, there are lessons to be learned.