St Ignatius seniors for March 29, 2023
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ST. IGNATIUS — It Must be spring. I saw a robin. At least that’s what I was told as a child.
Be aware and don’t be fooled on April Fool’s Day.
Easter is early this year. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt in St. Ignatius on April 8. Watch for more information.
Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy meals with us on the following days:
— Friday, March 31: beef hash, veggies, fruit, French bread, chocolate chip cookies
— Tuesday, April 3 (yes it is April): porcupine dish, corn, fruit, cornbread, oatmeal chocolate chip cookies
— Wednesday, April 4: “Easter dinner” - ham, potato salad, Ambrosia salad, rolls, pineapple sheet cake
If you are interested in a take-out meal, call, 406-745-4462, by 10 a.m. and leave a message.
Thanks to all that came an attended the QPR training in regard to suicide prevention. We want to thank Chief of St. Ignatius Police, Jason Acheson, and Fredrick Lee for presenting this training at our center and thank you to all that attended.
For those of you that don’t know Montana has one of the highest suicide rates in the nation.
Foot Hill Club meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. for snacks and cards.
Gentle Yoga will resume on March 29. If you are interested, please call Bonnie Kiser at 406-2253-0171. Her rates are five sessions for $60.
Tax help is available. If you are in need of tax help drop your papers off at the center and they will be picked up and taken to the Polson Seniors Center and then completed by AARP preparers.
Our Rummage Sale is on April 28 and 29. We welcome donations.
May 12 and 13 will be our Mother’s Day Bake Sale and Mother’s Day Raffle. Please mark your calendars for these events and join us.
Our St. Ignatius Senior Center is open to people renting our facility. If you are interested in renting, call 406-745-4462.
We a computer for use by the public on Tuesdays or Fridays, 10 a.m. -1 p.m.