Among those present for pot-luck Nov. 12 at Sunset Meadows I were: Rosetta Harper, Tom Ward, Lottie Neely, Donna and Bob Whitecotton, Helen Hall, James and Katherine Compestine, Avis Self, Ada Moyer, Lucille Talkington, Chuck and Leetha Hellman, Betty Reece, John and Faye Russell, Mae Kettle, Lit Anderson, Randy and Deana Armstrong, Mildred Herring, Gen Schultz, Doris McFarland, Sophie Nardi, Minnie Sheard, Hazel Linzenmeyer, Ralph and Faye Paulson, Joe Rotter, Jean Muhme, Elsie Chase, Marian Kagie, Beulah Cline, Clysta Carey, Herb McCool, Viola Bird, June Collins, Mary Norman, Earl Davis, Alma Crouch, Dorothy Thompson, Lydia Rader, Laura and George Swanson, Matt Schuster, E.K. and Ethel Callaway, Leona Slaugh, Max Fetterman, Roger and Flo Hayes, Agnes Russell, Jack Bankston, Celine Derick and 10 residents from Rainbow Care Center.
Lunch out Nov. 13 was at Carelli’s restaurant.
The McDonald senior breakfast was Nov. 16.
St. Michaels Catholic Church Bazaar was from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. A Mexican luncheon was served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m and coffee and pasteries were served from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Get well wishes to Perry Van Dorn, Bea Morrison, Roy Angelo, Gerald Tabaska, Loretta Scott, Bob Tomlinson and Tim Gonzales.
Some of the residents of Sunset Meadows II went to the Council on Aging meeting Nov. 9 in Rifle.
The monthly American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) meeting is today.
It’s such a lovely day, I think I will go get “In the Center of Things.”
For this week’s Hometown Hero, the Craig Press is pleased to honor Steve Walls.