Sunday, January 6, 2013
|A scout project created this area by the Senior Center|
If you are with this troop, please contact us
18560 1st Ave NE, Suite 1, Shoreline, WA 98155
Calendar January 2013
KARAOKE-BINGO, January 11th 7:00 p.m.
Karaoke-BINGO has been an exciting and fun event for the community. It seems that everyone is getting use to the new on-line reservation system, and the Friday night events are getting filled up. If you are uncomfortable with registering on-line, you can come by the Senior Center and register. All registrations are first-come, first-serve. If there is more than one reservation you will have to choose a team leader that will be the name on the registration, just like at a restaurant. The team leader does not have to be the person making and paying for all the registrations. Each individual can make their own registration, but will have to remember to include the team leader’s name. Remember, reservations are non-refundable. You will pay $6.00 to make your registration on line and then $5.00 at the door for the BINGO packet as required b the Gambling Commission.
Cooking with Chef Janice, Wednesday, January 9th
The Cooking with Chef Janice class is being held on Wednesday, January 9th and you will be learning how to stir up some winter soups! Please reserve your space by signing up at the front desk. Fee: Members $5, Non-Members $7.00
Kitchen Corner News from Chef Janice
Another year has come and gone and we are on to another great adventure. January special meals will bring us a Cajun Heritage Meal, Martin Luther King Day, Birthday and Chinese New Year. Many of you may have noticed that the herb garden and the space in front of it was renovated over the winter. This was done by a local Eagle Scout troop under the direction of Scout Charles Martinez. The park benches are a welcome addition to the space and come spring we will be planting flowers.
Cajun Heritage Meal, Tuesday, January 8th
Want to enjoy a taste of New Orleans: Join us at the Senior Center to experience a culinary treat: Seafood Jambalaya, Steamed rice, collards greens, cornbread, Cajun Bread Pudding with apple. A $3.00 donation for seniors 60 and older is recommended, participants under 60 can enjoy this meal for $6.00.
Birthday Celebration, Thursday, January 17th
The Shoreline-LFP Senior Center provides a free lunch for current members celebrating their birthday. The Birthday Lunch is always a very special meal. In January the birthday meal will be: Ginger Mustard Park Loin, new potatoes with dill, creamed lemon spinach salad, roll with butter and birthday cake. Entertainment, birthday cake and prizes are part of the fun. Meal starts at 11:45 a.m. Arrive early to assure you will have a seat. A $3.00 donation for seniors 60 and older is recommended, participants under 60 can enjoy this meal for $6.00.
Chinese New Year, Tuesday, January 29th
Come and celebrate Chinese New Year at the Senior Center and enjoy a traditional Chinese meal: Chinese style chicken, egg roll, rice, stir fried veggies; onion, celery, peppers, carrots and Bok Choy, Mandarin Oranges & Mango meal starts at 11:45 a.m. Arrive early to assure you will have a seat. A $3.00 donation for seniors 60 and older is recommended, participants under 60 can enjoy this meal for $6.00.
Holiday Closure January 21st
Senior Center “Bad Weather” Closures
If the winter brings us some bad weather and closures are possible, the senior center will follow the Shoreline School District policy; if the schools close, the senior center will be closed. If the schools are open late, the senior center will open on time. Individual teachers may cancel classes or appointments and activities could change. In any situation, you should call the senior center before venturing out in bad weather.