Mineral Wells Index, Mineral Wells, TX

Columns

October 22, 2009

Senior Center News

<h3>United Way helps support senior center</h3>

This is a very important time of the year for both the Senior Center and the United Way, as well as other United Way benefit recipients throughout the county. The annual campaign for funding several non-profit entities in our area is now in full swing and progressing toward the close of the campaign.

It is of utmost importance that we all consider a gift toward this effort. The Senior Center receives a large part of our operating funds each year from the United Way, and the more and larger donations dictate the amounts given to all recipients. Donations may be given/pledged through the Senior Center office for the remainder of the campaign.

Please give this some thought, because the more funding available reflects in more benefits to all citizens of Palo Pinto County. We appreciate the generosity of this community in their efforts at keeping the Center operating and financially healthy through the United Way.

The Silver Notes performance group will visit the Lakewell House on Monday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. This column had previously announced that the ‘Notes rehearsed at the Center at 10 o’clock on Monday mornings and sang at the nursing and retirement homes afterward. I have been asked to correct that information and replace it with the correct. It is now my understanding that this will be a standing schedule until announced differently if that should occur. Sorry about that, Charlie!

At 5:30 p.m., that same day, will be the regularly scheduled monthly CTSCTF board meeting. Visitors are welcome to sit in on these meetings and may offer input or just listen to the business as it is discussed and acted upon. The members of this board are elected from the Center participants, as well as the business and professional community of Mineral Wells and Palo Pinto County. Informed input and/or questions will be dealt with as the agenda indicates.

Text Only
Columns
Featured Ads
Poll

Should vaping in public, such as in stores and restaurants, be treated the same as smoking, whether regulated privately by the business or by local governments?

Yes, vaping in public should be restricted like tobacco smoking.
No, vaping shaping should be allowed anywhere.
Not sure/undecided.
Don't care.
     View Results
Mineral Wells Index


Click on a photo to visit our SmugMug page

Front page
Weather Underground Radar
Twitter Updates
Follow us on twitter
AP Video
Bon Jovi Helps Open Low-income Housing in Philly Pipeline Opponents Protest on National Mall Hagel Gets Preview of New High-tech Projects S.C. Man Apologizes for Naked Walk in Wal-Mart New Country Music Hall of Fame Inductees Named 'Piles' of Bodies in South Sudan Slaughter New Yorkers Celebrate Cherry Blossom Blooms SCOTUS Hears Tv-over-Internet Case Justice Dept. Broadening Criteria for Clemency Chief Mate: Crew Told to Escape After Passengers 'Miss Meadows' Takes Holmes Back to Her Roots Biden: Russia Must Stop Talking, Start Acting David Moyes Out As Manchester United Manager Raw: Leopard Bites Man in India Iowa College Finds Beauty in Bulldogs High Court to Hear Dispute of TV Over Internet Stowaway Teen Forces Review of Airport Security
Must Read
Seasonal Content
Parade
Magazine

Click HERE to read all your Parade favorites including Hollywood Wire, Celebrity interviews and photo galleries, Food recipes and cooking tips, Games and lots more.
Stocks
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide