Kit's T.J. Corner


Trinity Journal                                                                        January 31, 2018

Contact:  Kit Porritt, Executive Director                                   (530) 623-2324

The Golden Age Center is open to the public Monday through Thursday,  

9am-3pm, with a full course meal served at noon each of those days. 

WiFi also available for your use.

Our Blue Barn Boutique, filled with the best deals in town is ready for winter:  Regular Blue Barn hours  M-F  10-4 and Sat. 10-2.  Every Weds. and Saturday are $5/Bag Days.  This Weds., 1/31:  Last day for $1 sweaters and 50 cent turtlenecks. Clean and lightly used donations are accepted from the 15th until the end of each month, or by reservation. Now you can use your debit/credit cards for purchases.

 Bingo coming this Thursday, Feb.1st, beginning at 1:30pm after lunch.

T’ai Chi/Yoga classes will resume this Friday, Feb. 2, 9:45-11am

Coming soon:  Game Day with soup, Saturday, Feb. 17 from 10am-2pm.

Arts and Crafts group:  Thursdays 9am-3pm, in the conference room.  Bring something you care to work on or come and play with other artists and crafters.

All ages welcome!

Safe Senior Driving Workshop here from lunch Tuesday, Feb. 13th, until 4pm. Come take the class and save on your auto insurance!

The Bugle, GACs monthly newsletter, is being mailed out this week, and will help you keep up with our activity calendar and monthly menus.  One year (12 issues) is only $12.  Let our office know if you are interested.

The Golden Age Center is looking for a new board member, to serve term ending 6/30/19.  Business and/or community volunteer experience needed.  Inquire at the office or of a current board member. 

Our dining hall and kitchen are both available to rent for your special occasion.  Recent events have included birthday parties, fundraiser dinners, community meetings, Celebrations of Life, 4th of July pie baking, and even weddings and baby showers.

Please tell our office if you know of any Homebound seniors who need meals delivered.

Our full course meals are served at noon Mon. -Thurs.  Homebound meals are delivered by our van driver or volunteers to folks who cannot come into the Center. Senior suggested voluntary contribution of $5 or more.  Under 60 price is $10 for a full course meal (our cost not including volunteer help)..

Weds. Baked chicken, dressing, yams, broccoli salad, pineapple

Thurs. Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, spinach salad, green beans, peaches

Mon. Hamburger stew, apple slaw, biscuits, apricots

Tues. Spaghetti w/meat sauce, broccoli blend, carrot salad, garlic bread, peaches

Weds. BBQ chicken, potato salad, baked beans, coleslaw, cornbread, fruit cocktail