Back on Aug. 12, Adrianne Ayres hosted the lunch connoisseurs at the Asian Buffet, where they had a lovely time. I heard from Adrianne that 20 people attended, and enjoyed the food and the socialization. She mentioned that it was buffet style with typical Chinese food. She went on to state that the restaurant staff was wonderful, and the restaurant provided a separate room from the main eating area. They sat at two adjacent long tables that were back-to-back. They also had a sushi section which, knowing the past lunch connoisseurs, I am sure turned out very well.
On Aug. 14, there was an ice cream social. I heard there was a good turnout, as everyone looks forward to ice cream. There were many toppings, and in addition to a cool treat that always taste good, I am sure there was much conversation and socializing.
A Labor Day picnic and potluck was planned, and on Sept. 5, approximately 80 residents showed up to enjoy it. The social club provided the hamburgers and the hot dogs. In addition to this, everyone brought a dish. There were several, which included chili, stuffed eggs, a broccoli/cauliflower salad and much more. There were enough different foods for meeting all different preferences.
The following day, there was a luncheon at Mr. Dunderbak’s hosted by Diane Taggart and Susan Parker. Several ladies turned out for this luncheon, and they enjoyed German food. Some of the dishes that they served was pierogi and schnitzel. Once again, all who attended had a very enjoyable time.
By Helene Rubenstein
Published September 21, 2016