Sterling Senior Center Activities happening in August.

Sterling Senior Center

August 2 Pancake Breakfast

9am-11am

$10 Adults $5 children 12 and under

Annual quilt raffle

Hazel Robinson has once again made a lovely quilt for our annual quilt raffle. The quilt is titled “Falling Leaves”. It is queen size. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. They are available at the front desk and the Pull It is queen size. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for v Tab Store. The winner will be announced at the Annual BBQ August 16. A great BIG thank you goes to Hazel for her generous contribution to the Senior

Gargage Sale Aug. 28 and 29. 10 am — 3 pm. Eldeberry Cafe and Bake Sale.Table rental is $25 for both days. Call 262-6808 to reserve a table. Senior table will accept items members would like to donate the week of the sale. Rent a table, stop by and do some shopping, join us for lunch and buy aswee treat.

Annual BBQ and Pie Auction. August 16 at 5pm. $20 adults/$10 childred. Reservations suggested. Call 262-6807

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