We are still digging out of the snow as I write this, and it has been beautiful even if it’s a potentially dangerous nuisance. The best driving-in-snow tip I know is to drive like there are raw eggs under the gas and brake pedals. No sudden movements. I expect the snow will be mostly gone by the time the paper is printed and we’ll be complaining about the much-needed rain and accompanying mud...
This is a busy week for many of the ladies in town with the Women’s Club Annual Baked Potato Bar (bring toppings to share) at noon on Wednesday and the Tea-Hee Red Hats gather at 2 p.m. on Thursday for “All Play, No Work”. Both groups will meet in Pioneer Hall.
The Café is not serving dinner on Valentine’s Day as the Church holds its Annual Valentine’s Banquet the same evening. This is a reservations only event. Contact Mary at 295-0850 to inquire about availability. It is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Saturday at 5 p.m. is this month’s Potluck and Social Club Meeting in Community Hall. It’s a great place to get a fine meal with very little effort. All are invited.
This Sunday will be the first Ice Cream Social and Card Bingo in awhile since it was cancelled for the Super Bowl. Enjoy some Ice Cream & Cake at 6 p.m. and trade small change playing Card Bingo at 6:30.
Tuesday’s Nutrition Lunch menu will be Turkey Tetrazzini with broccoli Normandy and tossed salad. Call Jan @ 295-0597 by 5 p.m. on Monday to make or break reservations. Recent cuts in funding for Senior Nutrition and Meals On Wheels has forced significant “belt tightening” for the programs. The biggest issue for our site is distance from the kitchen – nothing can be returned.