The Saratoga Sun -

By Sue Howe 

Center open for New Year’s Day

 


There were five here for bingo on Tuesday. One-dollar winners were Berneil McCord and Pat Foust. Two -dollar winners were Grace Johnston, Merle Starr and Berneil McCord. Grace Johnston won the $4 blackout round.

There were two-and-a-half tables for duplicate Bridge on Monday. High winners were Barb Wise and Kristi Groshart. There was a tie for second high between Lee Groshart and Sheila Johnson and Bob Johnson and Marilyn Walck.

We are always happy to deliver you a meal if you are under the weather or have just been in the hospital. Please give us a call at 326-5564 to have a meal delivered.

If you are 60, or the spouse of someone 60, you are eligible to join us for lunch for the low donation of just $3 a meal. We believe that is a great price for a meal this size, so give us a call and come join us. Tickets make a great gift for that hard-to buy-for person.

We had our birthday anniversary dinner Friday. Those having birthdays this month are Frances Kirby, Betty Vyvey, Bill Ward, Vernon Wagner, Marie Huntley, Judy Hodges, Iva Craig, Norm Bennett, Art Ingleby and Ruth Brock. Bill Ward won the birthday tree. Those having anniversaries this month are Dick and Marty Perue and Ed and Susan Howe. Teense Willford was here for our entertainment. It was good to have him back. We missed him last month.

The Saratoga Senior Center is going to be open on New Year’s Day, so please plan to join us for lunch.

We want to wish Nadine Caleb a speedy recovery. We sure miss her when she doesn’t come. She has been sick for a while . Hopefully they will find out what the problem is and fix it, so she is good as new.

It was good to have Ralph Bensen back up Friday. He has been gone for a while. Hope you are home for a while and back up to take your seat.

 

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