Pancake breakfast has good turnout Friendship Center 10-23-13

Posted October 22, 2013 at 6:04 pm

Pancake breakfast has good turnout

What a great day we had on October17 for the second annual pancake breakfast.  So many good people came and donated to the cause! We appreciate every-one of you.


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The dance on Friday evening also had a good attendance to enjoy the music played by Veryl Hohn of Mitchell.

This coming week will be “get back to the normal routine” of card games of choice on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, with Rummy to be played on Tuesday and Thursday. Games start at 2 p.m.

Come join us, and play a game with us.

 Exercises are each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30 until 10:30 a.m.


October 14: Time again for exciting news! “Doc” DeGeest and George Mogle tangled with Charles Droz and “Snooky” Skinner and it wasn’t good for the Doc/George team. When the smoke cleared and the balls were in the pockets, it was heavy on the Droz/Skinner team side. The W.P.P.C. also was for D&S. But we had a good time; nobody got mad or sorrowful. Stop by and look, play, have some lunch and shake hands, win or lose.

October 15: Bob Slunecka and Jesse “The Hammer” played Charles Droz and Shar George to a 5-5 draw, but the W.P.P.C., up for grabs, hard fought to the end, went to Slunecka/Hammer. Come play with us this upcoming season. Some of our players leave to take on the Arizona bunch. Don’t be bashful.

October 16: Wednesday night Snooker – 6:30 until ? We don’t generally get big scores, but we have a great time getting’ what we put up. Bob Slunecka and Jim Davis played Orval Rogers and W. Skinner. South Hand challenged North Hand. It was a good game, but the South took the North…Civil War reversed. Second game was no contest. The North said the first game was just a warm-up for them. At one time R & S were ahead of S & D, but the end was 22-21 in S & D’s favor.

Third game – Slunecka & Davis. Darn cue ball had eyes for Davis as he shot. Not good for the 20 miles in to play Snooker! But if anyone enjoys playing, it’s Jim.