Senior Spotlight for Nov. 21, 2011

Thanksgiving — what does it mean to you? Going to some relative’s house for a visit and dinner?Or are you the one doing dinner, getting ready for company?

Actually, whatever the preparation is or isn’t, the true meaning I believe is giving thanks to our Lord for all we have, regardless of the situation.

I’ve learned during my journey through this world, it’s the pits a lot of times.

But I still have part of my family, some of my health, people some more in tune with my needs, moods, etc. Some stinkers, but hey, we can’t have it all.

Otherwise there would be no need for the challenge of getting to heaven and being where we truly belong.

Be thankful for who you are, for believe me, it can be worse.

Have a good Thanksgiving if not a happy one.

Happy birthday to Amanda Foote and Mary Jane Lindley.

Get well/speedy recovery to Ernie Garcia, Sharon Clark, Joan Duzik, Bob Harrington, Scotty McMurtrey and Brenda Knob.

No bus service and no meals from Sunset Meadows I due to the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday.

Christmas for Seniors applications are now available at Sunset Meadows I and II, Moffat County United Way located at Yampa Valley Bank, Interfaith Food Bank, Wellness Wednesdays, The Journey at First Baptist Church, Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehab, and Maybell Store.

Any Moffat County resident 61 years or older is eligible to apply. All information is confidential.

Applications are due no later than Dec. 10. For more information, call 620-7188 or email Margaret at christnasforseniors@wildblue.net.

Parade of Lights is at 6 p.m. Saturday in downtown Craig.

The AARP meeting is at 2 p.m. Nov. 28 at Sunset Meadows I.

Mary Jo

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