St. Ignatius seniors for Jan. 23, 2023
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ST. IGNATIUS — Continue to take care and be prepared for icy roads, porches, and sidewalks.
We will be having a “Guess the Kisses” in a glass container and a 50/50 raffle. It will cost a $1 for each guess and entry into the 50/50 raffle. The contest began on Jan. 18 at the evening meal and will continue at each meal until the dinner on Feb. 15. The winner(s) will be chosen on Feb. 15 at our evening meal.
— Friday, Jan. 27: taco salad, fruit, corn salad, cook’s choice
Tuesday, Jan. 31: fish, vegetables, corn bread, fruit/Jell-O, lemon bars
— Wednesday, Feb. 1: Indian tacos or chili and frybread, fluff salad, dump cake
— Friday, Feb. 3: soup and sandwiches, green salad, fruit, oatmeal raisin cookies
If you are interested in a take-out meal, please call by 10 a.m. and leave a message if no one answers.
Bonnie Kiser has Gentle Yoga on Wednesday afternoons at 1 p.m. If you are interested, please call Bonnie at 406-2253-0171. Her rates are five sessions for $60.
The St. Ignatius Police Chief will be hold Narcan training at the St. Ignatius Senior Citizen Center on Feb. 11 at 3:30 p.m. In order to get signed up, please go to St. Ignatius Police Department on the Lake County Montana facebook page or go to “Best Practice Medicine” and click on “education” then follow the training down to Naloxane and do the online education and test. Print off your certificate and bring to the hands-on training on Feb. 11. The online education and test need to be done prior to the training. If you do not have a computer or need help with a computer, call and leave a message. We will return your call and help you or you can come into the center and use our computer.
The St Ignatius Senior Citizen Center is hiring a Site/Nutrition Manager. If you are interested, come in for a job description or call and we will return your call. It would be helpful if you know Quick Books computer program.
On March 22 there will be QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention training at 1 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. It will be presented in cooperation with the St. Ignatius Police Chief. This is an important training as Montana is first in the nation for suicides. All are welcome.
Our St. Ignatius Senior Center is open to people renting it. If you are interested, please call 406-745-4462 and leave a message. We will call you back with the information you need.