Category Archives: Senior Nutrition Center

Win 1/2 of a “Fair Pig” in Senior Nutrition Raffle

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On November 9th, at the Burney Nutrition Senior Lunch at 12 noon, 1/2 of a “Fair Pig” will be raffled off. The meat comes butchered and packaged.

Any one is welcome to buy a ticket. Tickets are available at the Burney Senior Nutrition Office at Tri Counties Community Center at 37477 Main Street in Burney. Or call Diane at 335-4979.

Raffle tickets are $5 for one, $10 for three, or $20 for 7 tickets. You do not need to be present to win.

The pig has been donated by Burney Forest Power. All proceeds go to benefit the Burney Senior Nutrition Program.

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Seniors celebrate Halloween with costume contest

After a delicious lunch of spaghetti with blood sauce, spooky spinach, scary salad, gruesome garlic bread and witches brew prepared by Kim and Laura, four souls emerged to take part in a costume contest.

Costume Contest at the Senior Nutrition Center

Mary Francis Unterreiner was dressed as Victoria Barkley from the TV western Big Valley. Linda Colvin came as a Pioneer Woman. Sharon dressed as a Witch, and Vicky McAbee as a Patriot. Bruce Hill (not pictured) also joined the contest at the last minute as Dr. Dreidel.

Assembled diners voted for best costume by applause. Senior Center Director Diane and Kim Stier judged the volume and deemed Pioneer Woman the winner of a $20 award donated for the occasion by Mary Unterreiner.

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Gary and Barb Bagley celebrate 65th Anniversary at Senior Nutrition Center

Gary and Barb Bagley celebrated 65 years of marriage at the Senior Nutrition Center lunch on August 16.

Gary and Barb Bagley with Linda Colvin, Walt and Lorraine Libal, and George Whitfield

Before the meal everyone sang Happy Anniversary. George Whitfield and Alex Colvin sang several songs in their honor.

The couple met when they were students at Santa Rosa High School. When Gary was 18 and Barb was 16, they eloped to Reno where they were married by a Justice of the Peace named G. W. Priest.

Gary said, “It’s been a long .journey that I wouldn’t travel with anybody else.”

Barb said, “Tic, tic, tic…”

Time goes by. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Bagley!

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