Senior Center serving meals

The Quincy Senior Center is open for lunch and dinner, takeout and delivery meals. Dinner will be served on both Tuesday and Thursday, and lunch on Monday and Wednesday.

On the menu this week:

May 25: Southwestern chicken salad, fruit and cookie.

May 26: Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, roasted broccoli, roll and dessert.

May 30: Memorial Day, senior center will be closed.

May 31: Roasted barbecue pulled pork sandwich, potato salad and dessert.

Other Senior Center activities:

Chat and Stitch, May 25, 1 p.m.

S.A.I.L. Class, May 19 and 26. 1 p.m.

Movie and pizza, May 25, 6 p.m.

Libraries and Confluence Health team up

NCW Libraries is proud to partner with Confluence Health to offer a virtual Health Living Series this spring featuring an introduction to healthy living, weight loss, sleep, and cancer prevention and screening.

This weekly series runs until May 25, each Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. A provider from Confluence will lead the presentation followed by a question and answer session.

The series will include:

May 25: Save Your Rack: The Prevention and Treatment of Breast Cancer, with Dr. Julie Smith and Dr. Cate Straub.

To register for each program, go to and find the calendar under the Events tab. After you register, you will receive an email with the Zoom link. Register for each program you wish to attend.

Senior Center to host Junk in the Trunk Sale

The Quincy Senior Center will be holding its first Junk in the Trunk Sale on Saturday, June 4 from 9 a.m. to noon.

The center invites you to enjoy shopping at the Public Yard Sale held in the Quincy Senior Center parking lot. Sell from your vehicle at one of 15 spaces or set up tables to sell your items.

The cost is $20 per space, approximately 200 square feet. Registration is required two days in advance. Contact Karen Spisak at 509-414-5136 to register and if you have any questions.

Fundraiser for Guerrero family started

A GoFundMe page has been opened to collect funds on behalf of the Guerrero family, who lost their dad and husband Jose Guerrero in a motor vehicle accident near south Quincy on May 13.

The fundraiser can be found by going to and then typing in the search field the name “Jose Guerrero.”

Funds go to the family and also to help cover funeral expenses.

“Any help is immediately appreciated. Thank you and forever in our hearts Chepe, friend, husband and a wonderful father,” the fundraiser organizer, who identified herself only as Brenda, stated.

Mended Hearts meeting set for June 6

Greater Wenatchee Mended Hearts is inviting heart patients and their families in Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan counties to attend the Greater Wenatchee Mended Hearts chapter meeting being held by Zoom on Monday, June 6, 2022, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Guest speaker Dr. Lisa Stone, endocrinologist from Confluence Health, will talk about Diabetes and Heart Disease. To attend, email: for access to the meeting.

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