55+ Driver Improvement now online

 

Minnesota Highway Safety & Research Center (MHSRC) announces availability of the online 55+ Driver Improvement Program

Tuesday, Dec. 23, the Minnesota Highway Safety & Research Center (MHSRC) announced immediate availability of an online version of its popular 55+ Driver Improvement Program, in addition to its classroom program held at various locations each month. The confidential and secure online eight-hour and four-hour courses are a flexible and convenient way to obtain a safe driver discount on auto insurance of at least 10 percent.

?ÄúThis accident prevention course is targeted at reducing serious injury and fatal crashes by our mature driving public,?Äù said Larry Nadeau, Interim MHSRC Director/Director of Outreach at Minnesota Highway Safety & Research Center (MHSRC).

Seniors jazz it up in Kimball

  On Wednesday, Dec. 10, Andrew Walesch was a special guest at the Kimball Senior Dining Site (at St. Anne?Äôs Church in Kimball). He played and snag a number of jazz standards, especially Christmas tunes, much to the enjoyment of the full house gathered to hear him. The event was sponsored by the Kimball Area…

EV Seniors?Äô Christmas party Dec. 9

Eden Valley Senior Citizens invite their members to their 2014 Christmas celebration Tuesday, Dec. 9, at the Eden Valley Civic Center. It will start at 11:30 a.m. with a Senior Dining meal of creamed chicken over pasta (aA two-buck Tuesday meal). Call (320) 453-8375, or 453 4407 to make your reservation. This will be followed…

Holiday concert sponsored by Kimball Library

 

Enjoy Holiday favorites with jazz pianist and singer Andrew Walesch in Kimball?Äôs St. Anne?Äôs Catholic Church cafeteria beginning at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10. The Kimball Public Library is sponsoring this concert to coincide with Kimball Senior Dining. Walesch loves to perform classics from the Great American Songbook as well as many favorite jazz standards. Seniors who plan to eat at Senior Dining prior to the performance should contact Rosalea at (320) 398-2211 to make a reservation. All ages are welcome to the concert, which is funded by Minnesota?Äôs Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Watkins Senior Citizens’ Christmas Party

  The Watkins Senior Citizens will have their Christmas Party at St. Anthony Manor Thursday, Dec. 4, with a social at 11 a.m. A chicken dinner will be served at 11:30 a.m. Please let them know if you are attending. The price is $6 per member and $7 for non-members. Please sign up before Nov. 27,…

Watkins Senior Citizens plan Christmas Party

The Watkins Senior Citizens will have their Christmas Party at St. Anthony Manor Thursday, Dec. 4, with a social at 11 a.m. A chicken dinner will be served at 11:30 a.m. Please let them know if you are attending. The price is $6 per member and $7 for non-members. Please sign up before Nov. 27, so…

Homecoming at Kimball’s Senior Dining

  The Kimball Senior Dining site at St. Anne?Äôs Catholic Church was decked out with tablecloths and pom-poms in Kimball school colors for the seniors?Äô ?ÄúHomecoming Day?Äù Thursday, Sept. 18. Some diners wore clothing in their high school?Äôs colors. There were a number of yearbooks that were brought in. A former homecoming queen, Claire Pusc…

Catholic Charities Senior Dining ‘Homecoming’

Catholic Charities Senior Dining of Kimball is holding a special HOMECOMING Tuesday, Sept. 18, at St. Anne?Äôs Catholic Church in Kimball. The events of the day include bringing in homecoming pictures. The dress code is to wear your high school or college colors, or Kimball school colors (optional). There will be door prizes and a…

Spring Garden Party at Senior Dining

Kimball Senior Dining welcomes you to join us for Spring Garden Party Tuesday, April 22. This will be at St. Anne?Äôs Catholic Church in Kimball. We will be serving chicken salad on a bun, vegetable soup, blooming fruit medley and lemon cake. Our modest $4-$7.50 suggested contribution for seniors 60 or older with completed paperwork,…

Healthy diet options for older adults

With the aging of the U.S. population, increased attention is being given to programs that lengthen and enhance the lives of older Americans. Since adequate nutrition is a critical part in maintaining good health and preventing illness, it is especially important for seniors to receive well-balanced, nutritious, tasty meals. That?Äôs where Catholic Charities Senior Dining comes in.