Bigfork Senior News

Published by Bigfork Area Senior Citizens Assn, 639 commerce St., PO Box 2272, Bigfork, MT 59911, 406-837-4157, Community Center Coordinator: Roseanne (Rocky) Feckete,

Upcoming Events An afternoon of card playing -- The center is available to use for your time together or meetings. Check with the site manager for openings in the schedule for use of the building. Internet access suspended -- Please note: internet access at the center will not be available until June 1 due to new installation of cable service.

We need ideas We urge anyone with ideas or interest in future activities or improvements to please contact any of the board members or the center coordinator.

Board of Directors 2017-18 Rick Baird – secretary, 406-300-2355; Cara Ballard – board member, email: Phil Bolstad – past president, (406) 837-6009; cell (406) 750-7449; jvannicebolstad@cyberport.Net Chuck Hubbard – president, (406) 837-1344; Bruce Peck – treasurer, (406) 837-0884; blpassoc@sbcglobal.Net Jolynn Yenne – vp, (406) 756-8992;

Musicians wanted

More musicians who love to make music and enjoy singing. Purely, just for fun. Do you have an instrument hidden in a closet waiting to be played once again? Contact Dee Armstrong (703-309-4626), Jolynn Yenne (756-8992), or Rocky (837-4157).

Planting classes Plan in April for May plantings. Watch for a class in April at the Bigfork community center. Loyanne Kimmery, retired nursery owner and distributor (an expert in gardening and plant care) served Montana towns for many years, will give a presentation. “What’s new in the gardening world?” “Plants that do well in this area” Marie Wagers will take Girl Scout cookie orders at Thursday, Mar. 8, potluck. We have supported this program in the past and would appreciate continued support by our senior community.

LUNCH MENUS Lunch reservations Bigfork 837-4157 MONDAYS Apr. 2 -- Beef meatballs, mashed Potatoes/gravy, Vegetables, Hawaiin roll Apr. 9 -- Cheeseburger on whole Wheat bun, baked beans potato wedges, applesauce Apr. 16 -- spaghetti w/meat sauce green beans, garlic bread, dessert Apr. 23 -- Polish Sausage on a bun Sauerkraut, parsley potatoesSliced carrots, dessert Apr. 30 -- spaghetti w/meat sauce green beans, garlic bread, dessert WEDNESDAYS Apr. 4 -- Beef Burgundy over noodles, vegetables Dinner roll, dessert Apr. 11 -- Baked cod, scalloped potatoes, vegetables, Lemon poppy seed muffin Apr. 18 -- Liver & Onions / buttered parsley spuds, tossed salad Hawaiian roll, cookie Apr. 25 -- Beef and cheddar sandwich on rye, chicken noodle sou, potato salad, crackers, dessert FRIDAYS Apr. 6 -- Beef Dijonaise over Brown rice, vegetables Dinner roll, dessert Apr. 13 -- spaghetti w/meat sauce green beans, garlic bread, dessert Apr. 20 -- Tuna noodle casserole vegetables, dinner roll, dessert Apr. 27 -- Fish Filet sandwich/ whole grain bun w/ veggies, potato wedges, dessert (All meals served with a choice of beverages, roll, and dessert.) ------------------- FVCC Senior Institute registration WHEN: Weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., M-F WHERE: Blake Hall - 777 Grandview Drive. DETAILS: Designed for seniors 65 and older, the program promotes lifelong learning and allows seniors to learn new information, develop and enhance skills, connect with other seniors and stay active during the winter months. Classes fill on a first-come, first-served basis. OTHER OPTIONS: Mail-in registration forms with complete course descriptions and enrollment fees can be obtained by calling 756-3813 or by CONTACT: 406-756-3822 We thank all of you who participate in and support our senior citizen’s association and community center. The only reason for our existence is the possibility of making a positive contribution to the well being and comfort of our senior citizens.

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