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Free Press Wednesday, November 12, 1997 - -- Page 6 Senior Citizen News US Holiday dinners A special Thanksgiving Dinner is planned for Friday, Nov. 21 at noon at Mellor Banquets. The menu will include turkey and ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing, yams, salad, rolls and dessert. Cost will be $11 per person; reservations and payment must be made no later than Friday, Nov. 14. The Christmas Dinner will also be held at Mellor's on Dec. 15. Cost for the special dinner, which will include prime rib for the main course and a sundae bar for dessert, will be $12 per person. Upcoming outings The December outing will be to see the light festival in Spanish Fork on Dec. 19. Cost of the trip will be $15 and will include a light dinner.. The exact cost has not yet been determined but the trip will be on Dec. 19. Another trip in the works is a five day trip to Lake Havasu, Ariz, and Laughlin, Nev. in January. Cost for the January trip will be $100 per person. for the Menus week: coming Thursday, Nov. 13: Baked ham, au gratin potatoes, green peas, canned peaches, whole wheat roll and pumpkin cookie. Friday, Nov. 14: Breaded pollack, baked potato with sour cream, broccoli, banana, white roll and apple pie. Monday, Nov. 17: Navy beans and ham, Italian blend, tossed salad with Ranch, white roll and carrot cake. Tuesday, Nov. 18: Lasagna, Scandinavian blend vegetables, orange, white roll and sugar cookies. Nov. 19: Wednesday, Country fried steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, green peas, canned pears, white roll and gelatin cubes. More Senior Citizen news The Lehi Senior Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and offers activities and programs for those 60 years of age and older. Cedar Fort residents are invited to participate in the programs and meals. A nutritious meal is provided by the Mountainland Association of Governments at a suggested donation of $1.75 per person and is served at noon. Reservations should be made by calling the center, one day prior to 768-716- 5, attending. Transportation is available to and from the center for 50 cents. To make arrangements to be picked up, call the center or driver Glen Wheeler, at least one day prior to needing a ride. The center has a treadmill and a stationary bicycle for exercise, a piano and an organ, and two pool tables. Seniors participate in cards, newspaper reading and socializing. Craft time is offered on Fridays from 10 a.m. until noon. 768-404- 6, Swan migration provides opportunities for viewers Wildlife enthusiasts can look forward to viewing large numbers of tundra swans as they migrate from Alaska and Canada, according to Tom Aldrich, Waterfowl Program Coordinator from the Division of Wildlife Resources. Aldrich reported that a November 4 aerial survey located 17,979 big birds on the Great Salt Lake's eastern marshes. That number is expected to double as the migration reaches it's peak soon. He commented, "The eastern marshes of the Great Salt Lake are a prime staging area for the swans, as they prepare for the final leg of their to autumn migration California's Sacramento-SaJoaquin valley." Last year, migration peak numbers on the Great Salt Lake reached almost 30,000 birds, but numbers are expected to be even greater this year. Peak numbers have been as n low as 1000 during the flood years and as high as 60,000. Aldrich discussed the swan's journey, "There are two main populations of tundra swans-a- n eastern population and a western population. For the western population the journey south begins in Alaska, where the birds nest. When it's time to migrate south, about 25 percent of the western population migrates to the coasts of Washington and Oregon for the winter." "The majority of the western 75 population, percent," explained Aldrich, "follows a course that takes them of the interior through Canada, through Montana and eventually to the Great Salt Lake marshes, where the swans stage before beginning the final leg of their journey, across Nevada to California." Aldrich recommends viewers try one of several public wildlife management areas to view the tundra swans, including the Harold Crane Wildlife Management Area, west of Plain City or the Bear River Bird Refuge, west of Brigham City. Almost 16,800 swans were counted at the Bear River Refuge on November 4. Almost all Wildlife Management Areas are expected to have some swans to view as the migration peaks. Other viewing tips include locating an area where birds loaf during the day and viewing the birds with binoculars or spotting scopes. He commented, "You're probably not going to get very close to them." Activity typically increases as during the first swans search for new open water areas. Their daily routines, which are very consistent during the day, can be altered as hunter pressure, weather, and food availability ice-u- at 8 p.m. and Saturday and Brinkerhoff Outdoors Correspondent Cold, fast action begins this month at the Utah Winter Sports Park, inviting interested individuals to try the popubobsled ride lar before it's booked solid for the season. According to workers at the Sports Park, many sessions are already sold out in December and January. Cost is $125 per person on an advance reservaoffered basis tion only, Thursday and Friday evenings four-ma- n Sunday at 4 p.m. bobsleds take passengers down the icy track approaching speeds of 80 miles per hour. A professional brake-maand pilot is required to control the ride, making this event very similar to an actual Olympic experience for the passengers. In addition to the popular bobsled rides, Ice Rocket Rides are also available to the public for $27.00 per person. These sleds take passengers down the track at Four-ma-n n one-perso- n changes. 40-5- 0 Facts! Nutrition Sue can 9rrx) CatortM 140 Totui Fat 0g toMm20mq TotBl Anyone observing illegal activities, involving wildlife, is encouraged to contact the Sopa-- Division of Wildlife Resources' poaching hotline and new address. Any wildlife related violations should be reported to the A public rvtem Q 1j 36q 1V to attend. invited IKS activities The Pioneers Swimming: will at Tooele at 3:15 p.m. compete Sibshop Manic Depressive Assoc. The Manic Depressive Association of Utah Valley meets today and every Thursday at 7 p.m.at the Utah State Hospital administration building. The meeting is for those with mood disorders as well as family and friends. Weekly meetings will feature speakers and a meeting of the local support group. For information call Christina Heath at Jennifer Jones. are scheduled each month. Club is a.m.Anyone LHS welcome to attend. 'Prar (tey VMM 1 feature a Kevin Cox. 1 Timpanogos Christian Fellowship , services A new congregation, the Timpanogos Christian Fellowship, will hold its first service at 10:30 a.m.in the room of the Lehi Public Library, 120 N.Center. A social for new members will be held at the home of Patti McNabb.2015 N.825 East, Lehi, following the meeting. RO.T.T. Parents of Troubled Teens will meet today at 7 p.m.in the Walter Kershaw Building, 65 N. 100 Community East.American Fork.This is a support group for parents of troubled teenagers. For more information call Jim Cummings at activities Alzheimer's Education Class A class for individuals interested in issues pertaining to. or struggling with a family member regarding debilitating memory loss symptoms are invited to an Alzheimer's And Dementia-Relate- d Symptoms education class at 7 p.m.in the Evergreen Square Office Complex, 897 South Orem Blvd. The seminar is sponsored by CNS Home Health Plus. Classes are held the third Wednesday of each month. msm. Submit information on your group's activities for the Community Calendar by sending a written note to this newspaper, P.O. Box 7, American Fork, Utah 84003 or by calling Community Calendar entries must be into the paper by Monday, 10 a.m. of fhe week you would like the notice to 756-527- appear. ONLY lie a $O095 newspaper M s400 to If a year Unlimited 600 per hour Access delivering this newspaper Wednesday mornings. 1NET-- Deliver to every home in your area. Bundles are dropped off at your door. No inserts to stuff. No collections. A great family business for children or adults. Must be at least 10 years old. Earn money while you exercise. Morning delivery avoids interference with afternoon activities. Earn extra by offering the newspaper to Annual bonus, prizes and incentives. A great way to teach dependability and good work habits. 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This seminar is being presented in locations throughout Utah. W 1- - jjfil Carl Mellor will American Fork Hospital, 1 70 N. 1100 East, American Fork. For more information, call fireside at 7 p.m.in the South Stake Center, 600 S. 500 West, Lehi. AH youth are invited to attend: Daniel Hess will be the guest speaker. 'f Lehi City Council! OremJhe meeting at 7 p.m.in the board room of the Youth fireside The Lehi South LDS Stake Young Women and Young Men will host a youth Both avenues of reporting may be utilized z4 nours every aay. Thank you for your confidence in electing me to the a parents' meeting to discuss "Community Services to Help Your Family" today from 7 to 9 p.m.at Kids On The Move,475 W.260 Kids on the Move will host Two Ounce support group A Two Ounce support group is held on the third Wednesday of each month 1 Division of Wildlife Resources or at at GWARDENstate.ut.us Parent Meeting KOTM tion. 96, ext. 1 7. Sibshops on the third Saturday of 272-- mmmm i 1 Lehi's Friday morning TOPS Club meets from 9:20 to 10 a.m. in the multipurpose room of the Lehi Public Library, 120 N.Center. Weigh-i- n is 9 a.m.to 9:20 its regularly scheduled monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m.in the Fire Station, 173 N. Church St., Cedar Fort. panel discussion with representatives from various groups and agencies designed the help with specicl-need- s 0 for more informachildren. Call 6 open to the public. TOPS Fort Town Council Cedar Fort Town Council will hold 6--8 Timp. Special Service District The monthly meeting of the Advisory Board of the Timpanogos Special Service District Advisory Board will meet tonight starting at 6 p.m.in the conference room in the district offices, 6400 N. 5050 West, Utah County. The meeting is miB,b The 4 Breast cancer support group A breast cancer support group is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month, except December. The group meets at the Seville Retirement residence, 325 W. Center Street, Orem. 1 Main. Suite 100. Cedar North, and sisters with special needs have needs of their own.Sibshops give brothers and sisters a chance tos hare the unusual concerns and unusual opportunities they experience as brothers and sisters of children with special needs in a fun, recreational setting.Two groups, one for ages years and one for years, will be meeting today from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.at the RAH building,815 N.800 West.Provo. Cost is a contribution of $2 per child, grants are available. For more informaor tion contact Peggy Freek, Kids who have brothers Club meeting The TOPS Club meets every Thursday evening from 6 to 6:30 p.m.in the multipurpose room of the Lehi Public Library, 20 N.Center; weigh-i- n starts at 5:30 p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend. TOPS Board of Adjustment The Lehi City Board of Adjustment will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 7 p.m. in the Lehi Public Works Office, 99 W. Jewtahjews 36c, 0q Ckckltkt! is and earn Luge clinics will be conducted at 6 p.m. Thursday evening for parties interested in learning more about this growing event. For more information call Jon Owen at the U.S. Luge Association office at announced Planning and Zoning Commission The Lehi City Planning and Zoning Commission will hold its meeting at 7 p.m.in the Lehi City council chambers. 1 53 N. 1 00 East. The public Utah State Development Center Free family movies and an opportunity to meet and assist disabled residents of the Utah State Developmental Center are available every Saturday from 1 :30 to 4:30 p.m.The Center shows movies in its own auditorium, 895 N.900 East, American Fork. Contact Thorn Anderson, to schedule. Nuisance and Beautilication Committee meeting The Lehi City Nuisance and Beautification Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m.in the Lehi Public Works Office, 99 W.Maia Suite 100. Apply now first-com- hotline Narcotics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous is a group of recovering addicts who five without the use of drugs. It costs nothing to be a member. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.The Lehi group meets Saturdays at the Lehi City Library, west entrance, at 8 p.m. For more information call the county NA hotline. carrier! miles an hour beginning Saturday and Sunday at noon e on a first served basis. Interested parties are encouraged to arrive very early to ensure an exciting ride. Poacher and wrestling signups Registration continues today and tomorrow for the wrestling and Junior Jazz programs sponsored by the Lehi Recreation Department. Signups will be taken from 4 to 7 p.m.at the Lehi City offices. 153 N. 100 East. Programs are available for youth in grades more information, call Mike Hansen. or Melanie Hansea p, Action begins at Winter Sports Park By Brian Swimming: The Pioneer swim team compete in the Utah County InvrtatranoJ, which wis be held at the Orem Fitness Center. will Jr. Jazz Thanksgiving dinner is Friday J II 2! "ChristmasFest" T1rs'NY5 4:00 ' 8:00 C 3650 North 650 East, Provo ii) (T Tfv & rfW JSEH&SSSy fW Jiff vl' Holiday shopping at its finest with over 100 booths. Entertainment & Goodies xrt jjQf donation to Timpview PTA Lmf Betty Mathie Maxine Denning jPiSxyG This FREE seminar will be held Thursday, November 13th. 1997 in the auditorium of the Mountain Ridge Junior High School. 5525 W. 10400 N. Highland, Ut. 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Because seating is limited, we respectfully request that you call before November 10th to reserve your seats for this free seminar. Please call between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday - Friday. 225-406- 6 Sponsored by the Legacy Foundation, a organization whose purpose is to lind ' and provide funding for innovative, educational programs.