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Thursday, January29, 2009 Community Page 5 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN i~ ....... is ......................... -- ......................................................... Kimball schools Menu SENIOR NEWS LINE Feb. 2-6 Breakfast Monday: Breakfast pizza, juice choice, milk. Tuesday: Scranibled eggs, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Wednesday: Pancake and sau- sage stick, fruit choice, milk. Thursday: Toasted cheese bread, sausage patty, fruit choice, milk. Friday: Sausagepatty and cheese on English muffin, juice choice, milk. Lunch Monday-Ground Hog Day: Cheeseburger on wheat bun or turkey gravy over mashed pota- toes, baked beans, sliced wheat K mball sen or Din n l Feb. 2-6 Monday-Euchre: Tater tot cas- serole, confetti salad, fresh orange slices, wheat bread, frosted cake. Tuesday-Euchre: Roast turkey, whipped potatoes w/gravy, broc- coli, dinner roll, rocky road pud- ding w/topping. Wednesday-How to avoid a brain attack 11:30: Lemon pep- per fish, scalloped potatoes, beets, wheat bread, oatmeal rai- sin cookie. Thursday: Swedish meatball, whipped potatoes w/gravy, coun- try blend vegetables, wheat bread, whipped gelatin w/topping. Friday: Chicken patty on a bun, potato soup w/crackers, carrot rai- sin salad, lemon bar. bread, applesauce, milk. Tuesday: Chicken Parmesan over pasta or Italian turkey sand- wich, California blend, sliced wheat bread, Mandarin oranges, milk. Wednesday: "Turkey ~i la king" turkey, veggies and gravy over homemade biscuits or ham and cheese sandwich, tossed salad, fresh pineapple, milk. Thursday: Soft shell turkey tacos w/fixings or baked potato w/ham and cheese, Mexican rice, cantaloupe, sliced wheat bread, milk. Friday: Pork chow mein or mini corn dogs, rice and noodles, cucumber salad, peach slices, milk. 1% milk is served with every meal. Mnu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.25, or what you can afford. New pric- ing began Jan. 2009: Guests under 60 pay $6.50. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The coffee pot is on by 11:15 a.m.every Wednesday. For reservations, call Rosa- lea Hoeft (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. the daybefore you plan on attending. Gift dining booklets are available at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. This program is funded in part under a contract with the Central MN Council on Aging as part of the Older Americans Act Program. by biata'lda Charles .How old do you feel? A show of hands, please: How many of us feel significantly younger than our real age? Many seniors feel, on average, about 13 years younger than we really are. So says a large study that was done over the course of six years with participants aged 70 and older. The mirror told a different story, though. It's not surprising that women felt closer to .their real age when it comes to appearance. We can blame Madison Avenue for that one,-I'm sure. In certain cir- cles there's a negative stereotype about older women, and unfortu- nately some of us buy into it. Men don't seem to have the same self- image problems, according to the study. And given the same age between men and women, women perceived themselves to be on average four years older than the men. By the end of the study, how- ever, it was the men whose satis- faction with themselves decreased more than the women's did. Perceptions in general changed as the study went on. By the end of the study, many reported a decrease of a few years in the dif- ference between real and per- ceived age. There was a link between feel- ing young and healthy and living a long life, of course. Those who had a positive attitude about aging in general had the greatest discrep- ancy between real and perceived age. Those who started the study with health issues perceived their age to be closer to what it actually was. I'm not sure I like the attitude of one of the researchers, though. She was quoted as saying that the 13 years is an "illusion." Of c.ourse it is. But so are the images that are put before us by Madison Ave- nue. As long as we're happy and healthy, does it matter what "num- ber" we assign ourselves? Matilda Charles regrets that she cannotpersonally answer reader ques- tions, but will incorporate them into her column whenever possible. Write to her in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to . 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. . CZ2/~ Senior Citizens meet Kimball Senior Citizens met Monday, Jan. 19, at St. Anne's Din- ing Site, after lunch. The meeting was called to order by president Neil Hilary. The Pledge of Alle- giance was recited by all. Secretary Ann Hamilton read the minutes of the last meeting, and the treasurer Anita Hoefer gave the treasurer's report. A short meeting was held, and "Happy Birthday" was sung to Larry Sheetz. Benedicta Linn served lunch. Larry Sheetz will serve on Monday, Feb. 16. Two tables of 500 were played. First place went to Alvina Schefers, second place went to Larry Sheetz, and the door prize went to Anita Hoefer. Benedicta Linn GNTC presents Dinner Theatre The Great Northern The- atre Company is preparing for its upcoming dinner theatre musi- cal The Case of the Dead Flamingo Dancer. Six performances at the Great Blue Heron are scheduled over two weekends: Friday, Sat- urday, and Sunday, Feb. 27 thru March 1, and March 6 thru March 8. Dinner entrees include Pork Tenderloin, Chicken Romano, and Walleye with dessert at intermis- sion. Social hour begins at 6 p.m. (4 p.m. on Sundays). Tickets are only $36.50 for an evening of fine dining and entertainment and are now available by calling GNTC at (320) 241-4682. A ticket order form and all of the evening's details including who's" in the cast - is listed on our Web site at . GNTC is a non-profit community theatre that wel- comes everyone to join the fun and excitement of live community theatre. You don't want to miss out . on the comedy of this who dunnit, so get your friends together and order your tickets today. Class of 1993 reunion The Kimball Area High School class of 1993 will have a 15-year class reunion. This is planned for 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009, at Son of a Butcher Bar and Grill in Kim- ball. For more information, please contact Kris (Berscheid) Kelm at (320) 453-2827 or 980-2687, or e-mail . As Dassel's only full-time family-practice physician, Dr. Dan Schminke is proudto provide comprehensive care for patients of all ages. And with the caring team at Meeker Memorial Clinic offering same-day appointments, that means consistent healthcare you can count on day in and day out. To see Dr. Schminke, just give us a call at (320) 275-4330. Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MEEKER MEMORIAL CLINIC 740 Parker Avenue (Highway 12). / Dassel, MN 55325 / (320) 275-4330 / meekermemorial.org