JACKSON COUNTY HOME 

DELIVERED MEALS VOLUNTEERS

Scheduling by calling 563-652-6771, Ext. 1. If the delivery information is incorrect, call the number listed above.

Monday, Feb. 17: Crestridge; Linda Grobstick

Tuesday, Feb. 18: Maquoketa State Bank Jake Bowman; Imagine the Possibilities

Wednesday, Feb. 19: Shannon Weber; Richard Knabel

Thursday, Feb. 20: Mike and Penny Pearcy Larry and Katy Hayward

Friday, Feb. 21: Carolyn Keck; Susan Green

 

MAQUOKETA MEAL SITE

Phone 652-6771 by 9 a.m. 

the day before you plan to eat.

Monday, Feb. 17: Third Monday Euchre, 9 a.m.; lunch at 11:30 a.m. Baked chicken breast, lemon dill sauce, whipped sweet potatoes, green beans, wheat roll, baked cookie, chocolate milk.

Tuesday, Feb. 18: Quilters, 8 a.m.; Toenail Clinic with Sarah Hobbs, 8 a.m.;  lunch at 11:30 a.m. Beef chili with beans, baked potato, tossed salad, saltine crackers, mixed fruit cobbler, milk, margarine (2), sour cream, salad dressing.

Wednesday, Feb. 19: Corporate Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.; lunch at 11:30 a.m. Potato crusted fish, macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, mandarin oranges, milk, tartar sauce.

Thursday, Feb. 20: Quilters, 8:30 a.m.; 3 Table 500 Tip Top, 9 a.m.; Euchre Marathon Card Club, 9 a.m.; lunch at 11:30 a.m.; Weight Watchers, 4 p.m. Pork loin with brown gravy, bread dressing, carrots, fresh seasonal fruit, milk.

Friday, Feb. 21: Lucky Lassies Card Club, 9 a.m.; Fat Friday, 11:30 a.m.; Bingo with Sally sponsored by Clover Ridge, noon. Hamburger patty, lettuce, tomato onion, ketchup, hamburger bun, whipped potatoes, hot sliced peaches, milk.

 

JACKSON COUNTY HOME 

DELIVERED MEALS MENU

Monday, Feb. 17: Baked chicken breast, lemon dill sauce, whipped sweet potatoes, green beans, wheat roll, baked cookie, chocolate milk.

Tuesday, Feb. 18: Beef chili with beans, baked potato, tossed salad, saltine crackers, mixed fruit cobbler, milk, margarine (2),sour cream, salad dressing.

Wednesday, Feb. 19: Potato crusted fish, macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, mandarin oranges, milk, tartar sauce.

Thursday, Feb. 20: Pork loin with brown gravy, bread dressing, carrots, fresh seasonal fruit, milk.

Friday, Feb. 21: Hamburger patty, lettuce, tomato onion, ketchup, hamburger bun, whipped potatoes, hot sliced peaches, milk.

 

 BELLEVUE MEAL SITE

Phone reservations by 9 a.m. the day of the meal by calling 872-4666. Center accepts food stamps as payment for dinner. Menus are subject to change.

Monday, Feb. 17: Baked chicken breast, lemon dill sauce, whipped sweet potatoes, green beans, wheat roll, baked cookie, chocolate milk.

Tuesday, Feb. 18: Beef chili with beans, baked potato, tossed salad, saltine crackers, mixed fruit cobbler, milk, margarine (2),sour cream, salad dressing.

Wednesday, Feb. 19: Potato crusted fish, macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, mandarin oranges, milk, tartar sauce.

Thursday, Feb. 20: Pork loin with brown gravy, bread dressing, carrots, fresh seasonal fruit, milk.

Friday, Feb. 21: Hamburger patty, lettuce, tomato onion, ketchup, hamburger bun, whipped potatoes, hot sliced peaches, milk.

 

MAQUOKETA CARE CENTER

Feb. 2-8

Groundhog Day was a plus for the residents as he predicted an early spring this year. Everyone celebrated and is looking forward to getting back on the porch.

Bingo was played in the morning after breakfast with Avie E. winning blackout today. Mike L. called the numbers and assisted the residents.  

A lovely dinner was served and several tuned in for the Super Bowl as the 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs took the field. What an exciting game! Family members came in to watch with their loved ones and everyone had their favorites. It was a great day.

Current Events were read on Monday morning after fitness fun. Doris C. stopped by to visit the residents and offer Holy Communion.  

After lunch, the residents gathered for small group in the front lounge. Then, 1:1 activities were offered throughout the day.  

Bingo was played again in the afternoon with Brian B. calling the numbers and assistance from Earl K., Mike L., Linda L. and several family members. There was a three-way tie for Blackout today between Avie E., Ed S., and Marvin L.  

Sammy came in later for an evening activity with the residents after supper.  

Tuesday morning after group exercises the residents enjoyed a look at February in History with Leigh in the front lounge. After lunch, a few of the residents enjoyed computer time with Cathy for Internet Education. Ron Lubbers finished up the day with his wonderful musical talent. The residents and staff really like to hear him.

On Wednesday morning the residents had their fitness fun restorative program and then played trivia in the front lounge with Leigh. After lunch, Margie Donatsch brought in delicious cupcakes for Ladies’ Tea and the residents had a nice social hour. Several gathered to complete a group crossword with Cathy later in the afternoon. It was difficult but fun to work together and solve the puzzle.

Pastor Max came in after group exercises on Thursday morning to lead Weekly Worship. Patty came in to fix the ladies’ hair in the Beauty Shop in the morning.  

Lunch was served and then Cathy popped the popcorn for Popcorn Thursday. Radio Bingo was played later on in the front lounge. Several played and we also had help from volunteers. No one won today. We will keep trying.

On Friday morning the residents had their nails trimmed and filed, and some had them polished for 1:1 manicures.  

Lunch was served and the residents met in the front lounge for some chit-chat while Leigh decorated for Valentine’s Day. The residents enjoyed a delicious cake that was won at the Maquoketa High School Cake Auction to benefit the Maquoketa Athletic Boosters and Maquoketa Education Fund.  

Razor Ray Theisen came in later to sing for the residents’ entertainment at Happy Hour. Sammy finished up the day with fun and games with a few of the residents after supper.

Bingo was played on Saturday with Brian B. calling the numbers. Blackout was won by Mary C., Ray T., and Ed S.

Lawrence Welk was shown in the evening on the television in the front lounge. Stop by and see what’s new with us soon. We love visitors.

 

CRESTRIDGE

Sunday we started our week off with Holy Communion, with it also being Ground Hog Day. Today Punxsutawney Phil, the famous ground hog, awoke and he did not see his shadow which, according to legend, means an early spring. The residents hope he is accurate; we cannot wait for warmer weather. 

On Monday, exercise was held in the main dining room at 10 a.m., followed by National Feed the Birds Day. The residents made homemade bird feeders out of Cheerios. Jim Lucy sang for us at 2 p.m. in the main dining room. 

Tuesday started out with our monthly resident council meeting at 10 a.m., followed Book Club. The Book of the Month is “The Ghost and Misses Mewer.” The residents gathered in the dining room at 2 p.m. for bingo. A special bingo was held in honor of Valentine’s Day, which is fast approaching. The prize for the special bingo was a box of chocolates. 

We warmed up our Wednesday with exercise at 10 a.m., followed by Rosary. The residents made out their shopping list and sent Nelly on her way to shop. 

Ron Lubbers sang for the residents at 3 p.m. 

Worship was held on Thursday at 10 a.m. outside of the Activity Office, followed by manicures at 11 a.m. Bingo, one of the residents’ favorites, was played at 2 p.m. in the main dining room.

Friday exercise was held at 10 a.m., followed by Book Club. The residents had strawberry shakes along with some Valentine trivia at 2 p.m. 

On Saturday, we ended our week with “Wheel of Fortune” and Lawrence Welk along with visits from our family and friends.