The Weekly News brought to you by Marilyn Gilbert & Debbie Bedard

We are having a hard time writing this week’s newsletter. We don’t know what is going to happen
from one minute to the next. Above all, we want to service our seniors safely as much as we can.
Please be patient with us as we make some transitions.
CANCELLATIONS: The Men’s Breakfast for Mon. Mar.23 has been canceled.
The Senior Bingo on Wednesdays has been canceled.

Activities however, will continue for members only. There will be no more then 10 members in
one space. No free memberships will be offered at this time.
Now for some good things. We will be having our Tuesday and Thursday meals.TAKE OUT
ONLY! Pay at the left side door, then pick-up. Time: 11:45-12:15. Members-$4,non members-$5,
Walk ins welcome. All meal subject to change due to availability.
Menu:Tues Mar.24th-Soup, Ken’s Special Liver and Onions in Piquant Sauce,(or
Hamburger),Broccoli and Cauliflower,Fresh made Apple Crisp and Whipped Cream. Thues.
Mar.26th-Homemade Corn Chowder,Poor Man’s Steak, Mashed Potato,Fresh Baked Pumpkin
Pie.
The Turkey Dinner scheduled for Sat. Mar. 21
st
, will also be TAKE OUT. Time-5PM-6:30PM.
Cost-$10. Please call ahead to order. Meals can be picked up at the left side door in the Mozdon
Room. We know you will still enjoy the meal at home. Especially the Homemade Pies. Call 603-
543-5998 to reserve your meal.
Our Craft Fair on Apr. 25

th and Penny Sale on May 3

rd are still scheduled. We will let you know

if anything changes.
Special Notes: The VNA Clinics have been cancelled until May. AARP Tax Prep. Has been
cancelled until further notice. WW has been suspended at this time.
Because of the great need, there will be a blood drive on April 20th-Noon-5PM. Please give if
you can.
To our members: Elections to the board have been postponed until June 2
nd
. The slate of

candidates will be on the May 4

th ballot. We are accepting applications until April 28
th
. Please

consider helping us function for our seniors.
We are trying hard to keep some normalcy here. If you have any questions, please call the
Center. Someone will be glad to find an answer for you
Thought for the Week: We are not the product of our circumstances. We are the product of our
decisions.
Please stay safe everyone. Drink your water, wash your hands, binge watch your favorite series,
make popcorn, take a nap, call a friend, read a book, color.
Laughter and lively conversation always welcome here.

Claremont Senior Center, 5Acer Heights Rd. Claremont, NH. (603) 543-5998. Smoke Free.
Open daily: 9-3, also Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-9 and Sundays 1-4