News from the Silver Threads Seniors Club

By Barbara Bailey

Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2019


Hello Everyone! Well, we are going to see Spring sometime in the future, but who knows when that may be, as we are still getting snow. Be careful out there, as there is ice under the water and if you fall, you may injure yourself.

There are lots of activities going on in the community for all age groups. I received some information from the Library this week and they have lots of interesting things that you can participate in during the month of April.

Frequent Reader Card: April 1-30, Cards will be available at the circulation desk. Come to the library to get your Frequent Reader card. Complete a card and you will be entered to win a prize! Complete as many cards as you can! Draw will be held on Wednesday May 1. Other items are: Italian Cooking, New Age Meditation with Kyla Romain, Old School Board Game Night, and Indie Film Festival Series and the Can’t Cook Book. Check it out for yourself.

Our regular activities are ongoing and you can view them online or come into the club and pick up a newsletter. The Scrapbookers are trying to get going on Fridays, so if you have a project to work on, come in and meet some local people and have a coffee or tea on us.

The winners of the Friday evening Euchre games were: Lou Mcevoy, Bill Stevens, Helen Baker, Gabe Tosello, Carol Yanke,John Collier, Pat Matheson, Lou McEvoy and Willie Williston. Euchre is played on Fridays at 7 p.m.

Membership is in full swing during the month of March, and I remind everyone that it is time to renew for only $25 for the fiscal year. We are truly blessed to have access to a modern building in the Community for Senior Activities. Seniors are a valuable asset in the area and they have a lot to offer with their experience and dedication to their Community.

Take care of yourselves and I will see you at the club!