Taco Time at the Malta Senior Center
September 11, 2019
You heard right, it’s TACO TIME at the Malta Senior Center, Saturday September 21, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., with a free will offering to continue to raise monies for the window installation.
The group is offering fry bread for tacos or soft shell, whatever your preference plus all the toppings to tantalize the taste buds.
The idea for Indian Tacos came from board member Marlyn Orahood, former educator, three years ago as area schools celebrate Native American days to instill the traditions in the students and remind people of their heritage. The Indian Tacos were well received and the group decided to continue with the tradition.
October 8, 2019 Malta Senior Center, in conjunction with the Montana Secretary of State, is hosting Elder Abuse and Scam Alerts at the Great Northern Lodge from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. with lunch provided. A similar event was held a few years ago and was well attended. RSVP will be required with more information and ads coming out later.
The Harvest Soup lunch is set for Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 11 a., to 1:30 p.m. with a free will offering, which will also go towards finishing the windows in the spring. The windows have been purchased from Davis Glass and will be installed by Handley Construction.
A fundraiser, entitled ANYTHING GOES is in progress at the Center from now until the Harvest Soup luncheon. You need not be present to win, two baskets will be available with the first name drawn, choosing his/her basket. Tickets are available from members. See ad in Phillips County News with the Indian Taco dinner and later the Harvest Soup.
Nina Jones will start calling bingo in mid-October on Friday afternoons. This was popular and after a hiatus, the Center is bringing it back, thanks to Nina.
Pastor Haney and Diane Salsbery are leading Suicide Awareness each Monday morning from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Center with a possible session on Grief Counseling Awareness.
The Center is used Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for various card games and local TOPS group.
For more information on anything concerning the Center, contact Barb Stevens, president, at 654-1392.