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Our third annual pre-Easter Pancake Breakfast went off without a hitch we really appreciate all the volunteers who participated in one way or another Thank you to the volunteers and to those diners who supported us. I think everyone had a good time. Lots of people were visiting and lots were busy eating our offerings of pancakes, eggs, and ham. Our Vice President Kneil Stucky chaired this fundraiser, and for the past several years he has taken on many projects and has successfully seen them through. We really appreciate all his hard work!!

We have a couple more dining opportunities this month. Mark your calendars for our Monthly Potluck on Wednesday, April 8th at noon. The Senior Center will provide the entree and drinks and the attendees provide the side dishes and desserts. Then on Thursday, April 16th at 6:00 is our Waffle Supper. The Senior Center will provide the waffles and attendees will provide side dishes that go well with waffles.

CLHS students, if you're interested in going to LBCC and have a GPA between 2.0 and 3.0 you are eligible to apply for the Charles R. Fullager Scholarship. Contact your High School Counselor or Marilee Frazier, (541) 619-3087, for information.

Remember to drop off your pennies for the Pioneer Picnic penny scramble.

The Brownsville Senior Center is a drop-in center and is open most mornings. The coffee and conversation is always free, so whenever the open sign is on, feel free to drop in.

The Brownsville Senior Center News is the Center's membership voice, reflecting its activities and opportunities in The Times For more information contact Patty Linn, (541)466-3325 or Kneil Stucky (541)466-5662, or the Center at (541)466-5935.



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Original Publication Date: April 8, 2015



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