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Queen for a Day marks birthday




QUEEN — Debbie Slone, site manager of the Ermine Senior Citizens Center, was named Queen for the Day at the center, where a birthday party was also given in her honor.

QUEEN — Debbie Slone, site manager of the Ermine Senior Citizens Center, was named Queen for the Day at the center, where a birthday party was also given in her honor.

Hello to all out there. Our center has had a great time last week, starting Feb. 22 through the week.

Monday we had a great crowd, but Tuesday we had 72 for lunch. We played Bingo and Wii games, and everyone had fun.

Wednesday we crowned our Queen for a Day and had our potluck dinner with about 60 for lunch. Our visitors were our own Sheriff Danny Webb (who is a senior citizen now, but don’t tell him I told you, okay?), Eddie Meade from the judge’s office, and Regina Holbrook.

Oh! I guess you want to know who our Queen for a Day was. It was our site manager Debbie Slone as it was her birthday. We gave her a surprise birthday party and birthday cards, too. Jim Craft put the crown on her. We also gave her a $30 gift certificate to Pine Mountain Grill. We had Food World blow up balloons and decorated the ceiling with them.

Community Trust Bank in Whitesburg sent a beautiful cake, and it read: Happy Birthday, Debbie. Thanks to all the bank’s employees. They send us a cake each month at our potluck. So you see why we had a good time.Th

ursday we got all that pretty white stuff that keeps us all home, but our workers worked and cleaned the kitchen.

Friday it was back to the center, but I didn’t go as my hill was too bad for me to drive up it.

But spring is on its way and won’t get here too soon for us as we are talking about a trip soon, if possible.

Don and Nancy Fultz finally got off their mountain after being snowed in up there.

S.T. Wright comes to our center every day, and we’re glad to have him.

Oh! I forgot that I took pictures at our party and I’ll be putting them on our bulletin board as soon as I get them developed.

I’ve got to go and get this to The Mountain Eagle office, so God bless until next time.

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