Saturday, February 1, 2003
Elaine Gay, Lois Stefano, Cindy Porter and June Carr were winners at Bridge at the Community Hall on Jan. 22. The next meeting is Tuesday at the home of Cindy Porter.
Time for dues
Now is the time to pay your Community Club dues at the Post Office. Dues are $3 per family and $1.50 per single.
Dues to the Oak Creek/Phippsburg Historical Society are due and can be paid to Box 1, Oak Creek, 80367.
The Colorado Cafe in Oak Creek is offering a 15 percent discount to senior citizens 65 or older. Stop by and have a good meal and enjoy good friendship.
Stop by the What's New Rummage Shop in Phippsburg each Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and check out all the nice items on hand for your use.
LIFT-UP in Oak Creek is open on Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m. and on Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. It is located in the old Town Hall in Oak Creek. They can use food donations.
The Medical Center is open every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Call 736-8118 for appointments and more information.
Stop by your local library and check out all the items on hand for your enjoyment.
It you would like to help out one of our local senior citizens, call the VNA in Steamboat at 879-1632 for more information.
Out and about
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zempher went to Denver on business on Tuesday.
Blaine Whaley and Lunn Whaley went to Steamboat to see the doctor on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ritkouski went to Steamboat on Thursday to consult with the doctor.
Reports have it that Punch Hughes is now able to be at home following a stay at the hospital and in the Care Center. Get better soon, Punch.
Betty Reed of Steamboat visited with Mark Williams and Lila Rider on Sunday.
The Postmasters of Oak Creek and Phippsburg went to Denver to attend a meeting.
Elmer Mai, Mark Williams, Betty Reed and Lila Rider all enjoyed lunch together on Sunday.
Elmer Mai reports his daughter Sheila Fisher lives very close to the plane crash in Denver this past week. She is OK and doing well.