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RONAN — Well here we are, halfway through January and it’s snowing, the wind is blowing and the temperature has dropped. All of that sure beats floods, tornadoes and hurricanes. So, I guess we still live in a great place.
We had 49 people brave the weather last Thursday to attend our evening meal. Based on all the talking and laughter, I would say they were having a good time. Our next evening meal will be on Feb. 14 and we will be serving roast pork.
On Jan. 7, 27 people came here to play cards. Ron Newton had the high score, Lorraine Burrell had the low score, Deanna Bulfur had the most pinochles, and Peggy Johnson won the door prize. They will meet here again on Jan. 21.
The foot clinic is here on Wednesday, Jan.16.
The veterans’ representative will be here this Thursday, Jan. 17 from 1-2 p.m. in the afternoon.
The senior commodities are here. If you haven’t gotten yours yet, please do so as soon a possible. If you can’t make it in here, give the COA a call at (406) 676-2367.
The COA is always in need of volunteer drivers, especially in Polson and St. Ignatius. If you can help them out, give Jan a call at (406) 676-2368. The have the cars and the gas, all you need to have is the time.
Menu for the week:
Wednesday, Jan. 16: ham and noodle casserole
Friday, Jan. 18: baked fish
Monday, Jan. 27: barbecue ribs
Wednesday, Jan. 23: shepherds pie
With the exception of our Thursday night meal, all of our meals are served at noon. All ages are welcome to attend.
We are playing bingo on Fridays after lunch, and can always use more players.
Have a great week, and remember that spring is on the way.