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The 3rd Thurday evening of every month, Dairy Queen in Elkton, is partnering with the Todd County Senior Citizens Center to raise funds in support of the center. Charlotte and other representatives of the Center are on hand to provide personal service to in-house diners and Dairy Queen graciously donates a portion of the proceeds from all sales, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, to the center. If you are in the area any of these nights, stop by Dairy Queen for dinner or ice cream, say hello and support the Senior Citizens of Todd County.
The Todd County Senior Citizens Center is now selling hand decorated 'Patriotic Pallets' as a way to raise additional funds for the center. These are recycled wooden pallets decorated by the local seniors and are priced at $25.00 each. For more information you may come by the center at 104 Morris Weathers road in Elkton, call the Senior Center at 270-265-5935 or email the Center Director, Charlotte Lyons, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Todd County Senior Center continues to offer a variety of activities. In addition to a Mother's Day Tea, a Fathers's Day Campfire Brunch and a Kentucky Derby party, we recently had a Watermelon Seed Spittin' Contest and painted bird houses. Attendees also participated in a checkers
tournament and enjoyed banana splits!
Kentucky Derby Party
Mother's Day Tea
Father's Day Campfire Brunch
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Winners of the Todd County Senior Citizens Center Watermelon Seed Spittin' Contest!
Mens Champion with a distance of 15 feet 6 inches, was Bud Keeling while the Ladies Chanpion was Shirley Merideth with a distance of 12 feet 6 inches.
Bird House Painting