Wiscasset Senior Center

Posted:  Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 7:30am
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The next community supper on Wednesday, Dec. 6 will feature pork shoulder with soup, salad, potatoes, veggies, rolls and cake for dessert. December birthdays will be celebrated after the meal. Reservations for this meal must be made by noon on Monday, Dec. 4 by calling 882-8230. Chicken is always available as an alternative entree but must be specified with the meal reservation. All are welcome!

Please note that if you have made a reservation for a meal but are unable to attend, please call 882-8230 to cancel the reservation.

As the winter season approaches, the likelihood of a Wednesday supper being canceled due to inclement weather increases. As in the past, if the Wiscasset schools cancel classes, send students home early or if the Wiscasset Community Center is closed, there will be no meal served. However, if the Wiscasset schools have a delayed opening, the meal will be served.

If a scheduled supper is canceled, the entree for the canceled meal will not be served at the next scheduled Wednesday supper. The entree for the next scheduled supper as posted in the senior center bulletin board will be served. Please note that reservations are required for the meal and must be made by noon on the Monday prior to the Wednesday supper and are not “carried forward” from the canceled supper.

The final “Lunch with Lisa” session for 2017 is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 18 from noon to p.m. This is an interactive session with Wiscasset Parks and Recreation Director Lisa Thompson to get a better understanding of how the Community Center can better serve the older adults in the community. To get an accurate head count, reservations must be made by calling 882-8230.

The cribbage scores for Tuesday, Nov. 14 were Patty Bridgham first (818), Marge Pooler second (813),Betty Sawyer third (811) and Diane Robinson low score (749).

The cribbage scores for Thursday, Nov. 16 were Luis Serrano first (823), Ken Colby second (821), Phoebe Cromwell third (810) and Arlene Steen low score (702).