Community Bulletin: Feb. 5
Seniors: Join S.A.I.L. classes twice a week
The Quincy Senior Center hosts S.A.I.L. exercise classes at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The class is designed to help increase strength and movement. Call the center at 787-3231 for more information.
Thursday’s menu is beef stroganoff, broccoli and cauliflower, a pickled beet tray, tossed salad, dinner rolls and fruit cocktail dessert.
Monday bridge winners were Judy Ren and Pam Toevs. Wednesday bridge winners were Dorothy Hammack and Betty Mansfield. Thursday dominoes winners were Dan Neumann and Mark Owens. Pinochle winners were Ike Needens and Jim Fleming.
Register for annual hay growers meeting
The Mid-Columbia Basin Hay Growers Association’s annual meeting is Feb. 18.
The meeting is 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. in the ATEC Building 1800 of Big Bend Community College.
Lunch will be served and is included in the registration fee of $15. The event also includes a trade show with farm equipment and farm supply vendors.
Information, agenda and registration are available at wa-hay.org and the WSU Grant-Adams Extension Office. Call the extension office at 754-2011, extension 4313, to pre-register.
Gardening expert speaking in George
Gardening guru Ken Lacy returns on Saturday to the George Community Hall to educate gardeners – experienced and inexperienced alike – about how to get ready for the next growing season.
This free lecture is 9:30 a.m. until noon at the hall, 403 W. Montmorency Blvd. Participants are asked to bring a can of food to contribute to the Quincy Food Bank.
Refreshments and door prizes are also a part of the fun.
Scouts are serving up pancakes on Feb. 15
Quincy’s Boy Scout Troop 101 will have its annual pancake breakfast on Feb. 15.
The breakfast, which is 7 to 11 a.m., has been held at the St. Pius X Catholic Church for more than 30 years.
The public is invited to attend the breakfast, which is served by the Scouts. Cost is $4 for senior citizens, $6 for an individual and $12 for a family.
All funds raised go to help pay for different camps as well as various awards and recognitions for the Scouts.