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January 12, 2022

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CHEESY CHICKEN BROCCOLI OR CHILI WED Boneless Pork Chop $ 8.99 Tender Pork Loin Baked with Special Spices and Parmesan Cheese served with Baked Potato, Green Beans or Buttered Peas and Carrots and a Drink * *Your Choice of Regular Coffee, Tea or Coke Product. Specials and menu items are subject to food availability from suppliers. /RandysAmericanaCafe Like us on Facebook! 7TH & MAIN STREETS • PETERSBURG JANUARY 12 – 18 Served daily until 3pm l unch Dine-in & Carry-Out THURSDAY Ham Steak $ 8.99 Thick-Sliced Ham Served with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans or Buttered Peas and Carrots, Roll and a Drink * Meatloaf $ 8.99 Green Beans or Buttered Peas and Carrots, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Roll and Drink * CHEESY POTATO OR CHILI FRIDAY CHILI Roast Beef Manhattan $ 8.99 Roast Beef Smothered in Gravy on Mashed Potatoes and Bread with Green Beans or Corn and Drink * Polish Sausage $ 8.99 with Sauerkraut, served with Cornbread, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy and a Drink * MON CHILI Spaghetti $ 7.99 Cheesy Mozzarella Toast, Side Salad and Drink * HAM & BEANS WITH CORNBREAD OR CHILI TUESDAY Turkey Manhattan $ 8.99 Turkey Breast Smothered in Gravy on Mashed Potatoes and Bread with Green Beans and Drink * Taco Salad $ 8.99 Served with Sour Cream, Salsa and a Drink * CHILI Biscuits and Gravy $ 8.99 Served With Your Choice of Two Sides and a Drink * SAT Monday–Saturday 7am-8pm 812-354-2004 Joe Mama's Pizza SE RV I N G A FTER 3 P M PINEAPPLE HAM PIZZA Try our AREA HAPPENINGS Celebrate Recovery–Will meet every Monday at 6 p.m. at the River of Life Church, 342 E. CR 300 N., Petersburg. For more information, contact Pastor Jim at 812-354-8800. Pike County History Center—Will meet the fourth Mon- day of each month at the History Center, 1104 Main Street, Petersburg at 6:30 p.m. New members welcome. History Cen- ter hours Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until fur- ther notice. DAR—Local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meet the second Monday of each month Sep- tember through June at 6 p.m. at the History Center in Pe- tersburg. Free Clothing Bank–Oak Grove Church in Oakland City offers a free clothing bank each Tuesday 9 -11 a.m. (Oakland City time) for everyone. They carry new and used clothing. Location is on Morton Street, just past Chuckles. Come to the gymnasium door located at the back of the church. Winslow Alcoholics Anonymous – will meet every Tues- day at 7:30 p.m. Call 812-789 -8535 for location of the meeting. Odd Fellows IOOF Pacific Lodge #175 meeting–the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. All area members are encouraged to attend. Otwell Ruritan–will have its monthly meetings the sec- ond Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Pike Lodge #121 F&AM regular stated meeting–the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. All area Masons are invited to attend. Jefferson Township Community Center of Otwell–will have its monthly meetings the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. All members are urged to attend. Perinatal Loss Support – Expectant parents who sud- denly lose their child often experience a wide range of emo- tions and grief. Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center offers support to assist those who have experienced the loss of a child (conception to one month of age) through the griev- ing process, and provide an atmosphere of confidentiality and comfort. For more information about Perinatal Loss Support, con- tact Theresa O'Bryan, Pastoral Care, at 812-996 -0219 or to- Grief Support Series-The death of a loved one, a child leaving home, overwhelming changes in one's personal life – each can cause profound grief and suffering. To offer reas- surance and comfort, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center has developed a free support program called "Grief Support Series." Call for the next five-week program. Programs will be at 6:30 p.m. in Memorial Hospital and Health Care Centers Chapel. This program is free and space is limited. Pre-regis- tration is necessary, please call 812-996 -0219. Stendal Community Create and Craft Night-The first Tuesday of each month, anytime between 6 -9 p.m. at St. Pe- ters Lutheran Church fellowship hall. Bring a craft, sewing, yarn or unfinished projects. Create and finish projects, and learn new ones while having fun. For more information, call Sherry Meyer at 812-457-9842. Stroke Survivor and Caregiver Support Group-Me- morial Hospital and Health Care Center, in conjunction with University of Louisville Health, is offering a new, free support group where stroke survivors and their family/caregivers can talk openly with others who share similar experiences. The first support group will be on Tuesday, January 25, from 1-3 p.m. in the Medical Arts Building Conference Cen- ter located at 721 W. 13th Street in Jasper. The support group will be monthly. Pre-registration is not required to attend. For more information about the Stroke Survivor and Care- giver Support Group, call Mary Jo Eaton Calhoun, BSN, RN, Telemedicine Services, at 812-996 -6364, or Brandie Beck, RN, Neuroscience Nurse Coordinator, at 812-996 -5912 or. You can also e-mail questions or comments to strokesupport@ Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Caregiver Support Group– Memorial Hospital's Caring Hands Senior Services sponsors an Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Caregiver Support Group. Meeting dates have changed to the first Tues- day of every month. The next meeting is Tuesday, February 1, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Medical Arts Conference Cen- ter, located in the lower level of the Medical Arts Building at 721 W. 13thSt. in Jasper. This support group allows caregiv- ers to come together to share knowledge and experiences in caring for loved ones who are affected by these illnesses. For more information, visit Memorial Hospital's website at and click on "Classes & Events." If you are not comfortable attending due to Covid-19, but would like more information on dementia and being a caregiver, please call 812-996 -0218. Pre-registration is not necessary. **NOTE: You must wear a mask. We will follow CDC guide- lines for safe attendance; however, if you are part of the at- risk population for COVID-19, please use discretion when de- ciding to attend. The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, Januar y 12, 2022 A-5 Charger spirit Charger Cheerleaders Carlie Halbrader, Alyssa Young, Chloe Willis and Abigail Skelton pump up the crowd in between quarters during the Pike Central varsity boys' Green County Invitational game against Shoals on Tuesday, January 4 at White River Valley. See game coverage on B-1. Patoka Valley Quilt Guild January meeting The January meeting of the Patoka Valley Quilt Guild was January 4 at the Ferdinand Community Center, with pres- ident Melissa Ruschau presid- ing. Member rosters were dis- tributed and the treasurer's report was given. Sherri Hilgeman an- nounced that Open Sewing at the Ferdinand Library was re- verting back to Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday beginning this month on January 13-15. Becky Fuller issued a chal- lenge for the February meet- ing—try something new to you and bring the results to the February meeting. Exam- ples include using a panel to make a small quilt, trying free motion machine quilting, us- ing a purchased pattern that you have not already used, etc. Do something new to you, and be in the drawing for a prize. Special Projects chair Jane Heichelbech announced the distribution of charity quilts to Good Sam, the Cancer Center and Crisis Connection. A fter Show and Tell, Kathy Morri- son presented the program for the evening, which was add- ing machine stitched binding to quilts using the Sew PRE- CISE Sew FAST Machine Binding method. The next Guild meeting will be Tuesday, February 1 at 7 p.m. in the Ferdinand Commu- nity Center Mobel Room. New members are always welcome. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! We're not afraid to shed some light on the truth. 812-354-8500

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