JOHN DAY - On Monday, Sept. 27, we had taco salad, and cake and ice cream for dessert. The servers were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Our entree was furnished by Len's Drug. Darlene Nodine led the flag salute and Ineta Carpenter gave the blessing. Eula Thompson won the certificate from Len's Drug and as it was her birthday, it was a nice coincident.

Thursday, Sept. 30, we were served Salisbury steak, potatoes and gravy, rolls, and strawberry shortcake for dessert. Very good!

The entree was furnished by Ye Olde Thrift Shop. The servers were members of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship. Kathy Stockdale led the flag salute and Carla Anderson gave the blessing. Mary Lambeth won the Chester's Thriftway certificate and Billy Morris was given the free meal ticket.

We had three people here for dinner who all have birthdays on Oct. 1: Ivan Porfily, Doris Breazile and Larry Neely. They were given a big "happy birthday" wish.

Sherry Nance told a short story from a major newspaper. It cited that young people were dying their hair gray because it made them look more distinguished and intelligent. So where does that leave the people who cover up their natural gray hair?

The menu for Thursday, Oct. 7, will be lasagna, green beans, salad, garlic bread and dessert. On Monday, Oct. 11, we will have soup and sandwiches, green salad, and dessert.

We have had a great assortment of produce donated for us to enjoy, from different people. Thanks to all of these great people.

Come join us at 6:45 p.m. on Tuesdays for bingo.

Smile - People who say they "sleep like a baby" never had one.

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