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Let Us Bake Your Easter Pies and Cheesecake!

2020-03-20T10:24:36-05:00

Order Online using the form below, or Order Forms are available at the office of the Senior Center, 12 West Humbird, or you can call in your order at 715.234.7224. Orders must be placed and pre-paid (cash, check or use the form below to pay online) by 3pm Monday, March 30th. Pick-up is Friday, April 10th by 1pm at the Rice Lake Senior Center.

Let Us Bake Your Easter Pies and Cheesecake!2020-03-20T10:24:36-05:00

Recipe: Chocolate Mint Refrigerator Dessert

2020-03-01T09:26:48-06:00

CHOCOLATE MINT REFRIGERATOR DESSERT 12 Oreo cookies (crushed)2 miniature marshmallows1/2 c. milk1 c. cream (whipped)3/4 c. crushed dinner mints (pink and green) Butter lightly a 9x9 inch pan. Put about half of cookie crumbs on bottom. Melt marshmallows and milk in double boiler. Cool. Fold in whipped cream and crushed mints. Pour over crumbs and sprinkle remaining cookie crumbs on top. Refrigerate. Freezes well. Be sure to cover tightly.

Recipe: Chocolate Mint Refrigerator Dessert2020-03-01T09:26:48-06:00

Recipe: Cabbage Rolls Stuffed with Corned Beef

2020-03-01T09:25:51-06:00

CABBAGE ROLLS STUFFED WITH CORNED BEEF 1 large head cabbage*1 small onion (chopped)2 medium stalks celery (chopped)1 tablespoon vegetable oil1 can (15 ounces corned-beef hash)1 cup canned spaghetti sauce (divided)1/4 cup dry breadcrumbs1/3 cup chopped parsley Separate 12 large outer leaves from the cabbage head; set aside the remaining cabbage head. Remove the center vein from each leaf so it becomes more pliable. Soften the cabbage leaves in boiling water for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove from water with a slotted spoon; set aside until cool enough to handle.Chop 1 cup of cabbage from the remaining cabbage head. Save any leftover [...]

Recipe: Cabbage Rolls Stuffed with Corned Beef2020-03-01T09:25:51-06:00

January 19th Community Breakfast Volunteers

2020-03-01T09:11:34-06:00

We would like to thank the following for their wonderful volunteering! Linda Larson Mary Benson Greg Buhrow Beccie Olson Harold Olson Chris Loew Frank Loew Amy Haight Terry Mireau Shelby Robarge Pam Tucker Joe Barnes Diane Anderson Norma Blessing Rich Polinski Remember to report volunteer hours so the center gets credit and so do you!

January 19th Community Breakfast Volunteers2020-03-01T09:11:34-06:00

Donation Appreciation March 2020

2020-03-01T09:08:24-06:00

We would like to thank the following for their generous donations! Suzy Saxby - Money Bridge Club - Money Progressive Bridge - Money Barb Davis - Paper Plates Pat Buth - Coffee Beccie Olsen - Copy Paper Ron & Carol Gehler - Toner Celia Hayt - Candy Elsie Stodola - Plasticware & Plates Martha Jacobson - Candy Barb Davis - Kleenix Joe Barnes - Money Amy Haight - Money Amos - Popcorn Machine The Senior Center is looking for donations to help ease the budget, some items we could use are: (1 Ply) Toilet Paper Super Glue Wrapped candy Stamps Copy Paper Big & Small Paper Plates Plastic [...]

Donation Appreciation March 20202020-03-01T09:08:24-06:00

Beneficial Bites: Mango: The King of Fruits

2020-02-08T14:49:34-06:00

Presented by the Aging and Disability Resource Center Mangoes, a member of the stone-fruit family, are one of the world's most prized tropical fruits.  Growing throughout Asia, India, and Central America, the mango offers a sweet, tangy, and creamy taste along with over twenty beneficial vitamins & minerals. Available year round, and almost always in-season, mangoes are a great snack either fresh or dried.  They are a great addition to salads, salsas, and baked goods. One serving of mango, or half of a whole fruit, offers 100% of your daily vitamin C.  It also contains 35% of your daily [...]

Beneficial Bites: Mango: The King of Fruits2020-02-08T14:49:34-06:00

Recipe: Breakfast Casserole

2020-01-18T18:33:17-06:00

BREAKFAST CASSEROLE 1 12 oz. pkg. hash browns1 lb. sausage1/2 c. onion1/2 c. chopped green peppers1 4 oz. can mushrooms, drained8 eggs (beaten)1 6 oz. pkg. Cheddar cheese, gratedSalt and pepper to taste Spread hash browns on bottom of greased 9 x 13 inch pan. Saute sausage, onion, green peppers, and mushrooms. Combine eggs, salt, and pepper. Add sausage mixture. Pour over potatoes. Sprinkle cheese over top. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until done.

Recipe: Breakfast Casserole2020-01-18T18:33:17-06:00

Donation Appreciation February 2020

2020-01-18T18:45:05-06:00

We would like to thank the following for their generous donations! Suzy Saxby - Money Bridge Club - Money Progressive Bridge - Money Joe Barnes - Money Amy Haight - Money Pat Becker - Copy Paper Dorothy Russell - Bird Seed Woman's Connection - Money Joan Swanson - TP Martha Jacobson - Plates Martha Jacobson - Money Murphy Payson - Money The Senior Center is looking for donations to help ease the budget, some items we could use are: 1 Ply Toilet Paper Super Glue Wrapped candy Stamps Copy Paper Big & Small Paper Plates Plastic Spoons Kleenex [...]

Donation Appreciation February 20202020-01-18T18:45:05-06:00