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December 14, 2018

December 2018 Menu:

Dec. 3 Tahitian Chicken

Dec. 4 Keilbasa

Dec. 5 Cream of Broccoli soup/Open-faced Turkey Sandwich

Dec. 6 Hamburger

Dec. 7 Mexican Chicken Salad

Dec. 10 Chopped Steak

Dec. 11 BBQ Chicken Legs

Dec. 12 Frito Pie

Dec. 13 Broccoli Chicken

Dec. 14 Baked Meatballs

Dec. 17 Spinach Quiche

Dec. 18 Herb Baked Chicken

Dec. 19 Christmas Dinner: Roast Beef

Dec. 20 Goulash

Dec. 21 Shepherd’s Pie

Dec. 24 CLOSED

Dec. 25 CLOSED

Dec. 26 Roast Pork

Dec. 27 Cheese Tortellini

Dec. 28 Chicken & Dumplings

Dec. 31 Chili Relleno

Spa Day will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 5. We will head to the college Cosmetology Department at 8:30 for our Spa Day and then head to the Blue Moon Diner for lunch afterwards. Please call the center to reserve your seat on the van and to let Jessica know what spa treatments you will be receiving. Prices are 50% off for seniors except for facials (full price). 632-8351.

The Annual Holiday Cookie Sale will begin on November 6 and run through December 13. We will be baking cookies on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week.

Flavors: Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Gingersnaps, Biscochitos, Coconut Macaroons, and Oatmeal Raisin.

Cookies are $5.00/dozen. We will also be selling fresh wheat bread loaves for $5.00/loaf. The coolies and bread are a great idea for holiday parties and potlucks or as gifts for friends. They are also good as a treat for you! Both items freeze well too so you can break them out anytime of the year. This sale is open to the public.

You can order your cookies anytime by calling the senior center, 632-8351.

We take cash, check, or credit card.

The cookie sale is a fund raiser for the Bloomfield Senior Center to provide programs and assistance to all seniors throughout San Juan County, NM.

Game Day at the senior center will take place on Mondays from 1-3PM beginning November 5. Bring games you may want to play or play some of ours: dominos, marble game, Wii, cribbage, Bridge, and more.

The Knitting Group meets Fridays from 9:30-11:30AM at the senior center to knit, crochet, needlepoint, whatever floats your boat! Not sure how to start, we will show you. We will also have yarn you can use to help us make items to give away to those in need for the colder months. THE PUBLIC is welcome to attend this group—no matter your age! 632-8351 for more information or to donate yarn, knitting needles, and crochet hooks for the projects

Spare Change Jars are out in the community at these locations: Big R, Farmer’s Market, Sonya’s Restaurant, Roadside Restaurant, Panda Garden Restaurant, The Wooden Nickle, DJ’s Pizza, and Ace Hardware. This spare change is used to help Bloomfield families in need at the holiday times. Please be generous and the jars do accept paper money as well as coins!!

Volunteers are always appreciated at the Bloomfield Senior Center. We need people to help meal delivery drivers, kitchen help, garden help, and more. Call or come by the center and see how you can help out your community. Perks include a homemade, yummy lunch and a membership to the Bloomfield Fitness Center (depending on number of hours volunteering), and lots of laughter! 632-8351

Monetary donations for the Bloomfield Senior Center Meal Program are always welcome. Donations for the meal program go directly to food for the Home Delivery and In-house programs. We appreciate any monetary donations from the public, and we are now able to accept debit and credit card payments! Call the center to donate today.

Articles needed at the Bloomfield Senior Center Include:

Yarn, knitting needles, and crochet hooks for community knitting projects

Dog biscuits for our home-delivery 4-legged companions

Dry food items such as pinto beans, pasta, brown rice, etc.

If you have any of these articles or anything else you think the center may be interested in, please contact Jessica at the Senior Center—632-8351.


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