SOLDOTNA Senior Center

Soldotna Senior Center

197 W. Park Ave Phone: 262-2322

JULY 2016

Weekly Activities:

Mondays: Art class 10-3:00, line dancing 10:30-11:30, clogging 11:30-12:00

Tuesdays: Board games 1:00

Wednesdays: Sewing, quilting , adult coloring books 10-4.

Thursdays: Art class 10-3:00, blood pressures 11-12:00, Safeway shopping 1:00

Fridays: Music at noon, Sit and be Fit exercise 1-1:30, Wii Bowling 1:30

Special events:

Jul 1: Friday-Veteran’s day of honor 12:00

Jul 4: Monday-closed for Independence Day

Jul 5: Tuesday-shopping Fred Meyers 1:00

Jul 8: Friday-Game Night from 5:30-8:30.

Jul 12: Tuesday-KPFCSP caregivers support group meeting from 1:00-3:00 pm

Jul 16: Saturday-No host dinner at Land’s End in Homer 1:00

Jul 22 & 23: Friday & Saturday-Summer Bazaar, Quilt Show & Bakesale; festive menu available from kitchen 10:00-4:00 both days.

Jul 26: Tuesday-KPFCSP caregivers support group meeting from 1:00-3:00 pm


Monday, Wednesday, Friday salad bar is served 11:30-12:30

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday soup is served 11:30-12:30

Entrée served Monday-Friday 12:00-12:30

Dessert & beverages served with all meals.

Jul 1st beef lasagna; 4th closed; 5th breaded fillet of cod; 6th liver & onions; 7th pork egg rolls; 8th tomato bisque soup & grilled cheese sandwiches; 11th stuffed cabbage rolls; 12th pork chops & corn bread dressing; 13th beef burgundy & noodles; 14th turkey & mushroom tetrazzini; 15th chicken fried chicken steak; 18th Reuben sandwich; 19th chicken enchiladas; 20th brunch for lunch, biscuits & pork gravy, eggs; 21st chicken & dumplings; 22nd closed for summer bazaar & quilt show (kitchen open with festive menu); 25th spaghetti & meat sauce; 26th beef roast & steamed potatoes; 27th BBQ chicken & potato salad; 28th meatloaf & mashed potatoes; 29th shrimp jambalaya.

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