2013-01-24 / Top News

Cabin Fever Day held at Linton Senior Center



The Linton Chamber of Commerce and Linton Senior Citizens sponsored the annual “Cabin Fever Day” on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Linton Senior Center. The event featured a meal consisting of knoepfle, sauerkraut and sausage, along with several baked goodies for dessert. The event also featured musical entertainment, a membership drive, door prizes and BINGO. There were nearly 200 meal tickets sold during the event. The Linton Chamber of Commerce and Linton Senior Citizens sponsored the annual “Cabin Fever Day” on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Linton Senior Center. The event featured a meal consisting of knoepfle, sauerkraut and sausage, along with several baked goodies for dessert. The event also featured musical entertainment, a membership drive, door prizes and BINGO. There were nearly 200 meal tickets sold during the event.

Eileen and Dennis Morris (left) sold meal tickets and registered patrons for door prizes during Cabin Fever Day. Eileen and Dennis Morris (left) sold meal tickets and registered patrons for door prizes during Cabin Fever Day.

Musical entertainment during Cabin Fever Day was provided by Accordion player DeWayne Heidrich. Musical entertainment during Cabin Fever Day was provided by Accordion player DeWayne Heidrich.

Rueben Richter called BINGO for Cabin Fever Day at the Linton Senior Center. Rueben Richter called BINGO for Cabin Fever Day at the Linton Senior Center.

Several Senior Citizens members helped prepare and serve the meal during Cabin Fever Day. The kitchen crew included, from left, Sam Weigel, Alvina Goldade, Carol Weigel, Ray Hulm, Luella Jochim, Rueben Richter and Leo Hulm. Missing from the photo is Jim Plienis. Several Senior Citizens members helped prepare and serve the meal during Cabin Fever Day. The kitchen crew included, from left, Sam Weigel, Alvina Goldade, Carol Weigel, Ray Hulm, Luella Jochim, Rueben Richter and Leo Hulm. Missing from the photo is Jim Plienis.

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