SENIOR CENTER: Marion students pitch in at senior center
Marion Senior Center benefited from Marion High School students’ community service day Sept. 27, when students wiped down folding chairs and dusted ceiling fans. Shirley Moore supervised the students’ work.
The center recently scored well in an annual evaluation by the Area Agency on Aging.
Patrons were treated recently when Jerry Nelson brought apples to share.
Bill and Vickie Kaempfe donated rubber duckies and other decorated items for the Craft Corner.
The Lunch Bunch came for lunch Oct. 2 and had meat loaf.
Shirley Bowers brought birthday treats Oct. 3.
Marion Senior Center will be the location for Marion County Senior Citizens annual meeting Oct. 18. The meeting is by reservation to the Marion County Department on Aging or the Marion Senior Center. Registration fee is $5.25.
Judy Thompson, of Kansas Commission on Veterans’ Affairs, will be at the senior center to assist veterans with paperwork and other matters Oct. 23.
Last modified Oct. 10, 2018