Valley Journal
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Polson senior news for Dec. 5, 2018

POLSON — Can you hear me? If someone you don’t know, telemarketer e.g., asks you that, never say “Yes.” The conversation is recorded and “Yes” can be used as acceptance for who knows what. Simply hanging up or not answering in the first place won’t necessarily get them off your trail either. Say, “Please remove this number from your call list.”Your new Medicare card no longer has your social security number on it but instead has a unique number. A recent new scam is to try to get you to give them that new number. Never give anyone personal information over the phone. A legitimate agency will never ask you for personal information.If you get a call from a family member, grandson, nephew or someone claiming to be them or representing them and they say they are in trouble and need you to send money … never send money! Take a deep breath, call someone, run it past them, check it out.There is no limit to the number of scams out there. Keep your head, don’t react immediately. Don’t be a victim.

For the third year in a row the Polson High School Connection group will be here on December 17 from 12:30-1 p.m. to put on a Christmas program. Cookies and coffee will be served.

We will be closed on Christmas Day and will close at 1 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

Our meals-on-wheels clients can order frozen meals for that day. Call if you are interested in this.

Menu for the week is:

— Thursday, Dec. 6: pork-tip gravy, rice

— Friday, Dec. 7: hot turkey sandwich, whipped potatoes

— Monday, Dec. 10: taco soup, nacho bread

— Tuesday, Dec. 11: hamburger gravy, noodles

— Wednesday, Dec. 12: baked chicken, dressing

Lunch is served from 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 

 

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