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Sherry Witt, a professional artist and teacher, has taught two classes at Senior Circle, drawing and portraiture. This Friday, an oil-painting class begins at Senior Circle. To wrap up the classes last year, the group had an open house and exhibit of the students’ works. Pictured are some of their artwork. (Submitted Photo)
Sherry Witt, a professional artist and teacher, has taught two classes at Senior Circle, drawing and portraiture. This Friday, an oil-painting class begins at Senior Circle. To wrap up the classes last year, the group had an open house and exhibit of the students’ works. Pictured are some of their artwork. (Submitted Photo)

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Senior Circle hosts Commission on Aging

The Commission on Aging will meet at 3 p.m. Thursday. Britt Snyder, Chaves County sheriff, will be a special guest speaker. Bring your questions for him. Senior Circle is in the Wilshire Center, 2801 N. Main St., next door to Family Dollar.

Donut run for Roswell’s youth

The Sunrise Optimist Club of Roswell is planning a Krispy Kreme Doughnut Run fundraiser. The money earned will go toward the many youth projects that the club does throughout the year. You can order your dozen donuts, chocolate or glazed, for $10 by contacting one of the Sunrise Optimist Club members by Feb. 4. You can also mail your $10 check with your name and address where you want them delivered to 3205 N. Washington Ave. Checks must be received by Feb. 4. The donuts will be picked up in Lubbock and delivered the morning of Feb. 9. That is about as fresh as you can get them.

If you have any questions, call President Pat Burnett at 575-420-9421.