St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon

Kodiak Senior Center will host a St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon Monday, March 17 at noon. Come join the Irish fun that day and enjoy corned beef, cabbage and all the trimmings. The Golden Tones will be singing a few Irish songs that day as well. Be sure to wear your green. Call KATS 486-8308 for a ride to the luncheon.

Other Events

Breakfast for Brains has been a very popular activity. It is held on Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the center and a continental breakfast is served as well. Come and test your brain power in a comfortable way. Lunch and Learn each month with Dr. Glasheen is another way to learn about new topics as you enjoy a great lunch at the center. Each month a new topic on health is presented. These events are usually scheduled the second Wednesday of each month. You can have a great lunch and learn about a new topic of interest that might improve your health.

A reminder to file your PFD by March 31. You can do it online or by paper application, which you can find at the center. Please remember to Pick.Click.Give part of your PFD to a local favorite charity and we do hope you consider the Senior Citizens of Kodiak. Inc.

Senior Games

Kodiak Senior Center is partnering with the City of Kodiak in doing outreach to see if there is interest to host Senior Games in Kodiak. These possible competitive events for people 50 and older would include track, bowling, racquetball, basketball, volleyball and any other type of athletic event the older set might want to have. Senior Games take place all over America with national competitions being held each year in Utah. The local outreach event for people interested in volunteering for senior games is Wednesday, March 26 at 7 p.m. at the senior center. Come to the center that night for refreshments and discussion on how we can have Kodiak senior games take place in our community. Call 486-6181 for more information.

Senior Life Photo:

Kodiak Senior Center partners with Kodiak College in offering computer classes. This partnership has been going on for more than a decade and is beneficial in having college instructors come to the center’s computer lab and offering beginning as well as intermediate classes in a comfortable setting. Photo by Pat Branson.

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