Retired School Personnel
Southeast Kansas Retired School Personnel will meet at the Homer Cole Community Center. Social time will begin at 9:15 a.m.
Program will follow at 9:30 a.m., with Brent Narges, Pittsburg deputy chief  of police, giving a presentation on senior safety.
A business session will be held after the program, led by president Diana Kerle. Flag pledge will be led by Bob Casino, and Charles Kellogg will lead singing, accompanied by Phyllis Roberds. Virginia Bozich will give an inspirational moment.
Joanna Freeman served as program planner. Hosts will be Virginia Bozich, chairman, Mary Heide and Belinda Brumfield.

Progressive Club
Progressive Study Club will meet at 11:45 a.m. at Via Christi Village. Jeff Wilbert will present the program on news relating to downtown Pittsburg.

Senior Citizens Club
Pittsburg Senior Citizens Club will meet at 1 p.m. for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, business session and bingo. Those wearing green may participate in a drawing to win a prize.
Anyone needing additional information may call the Pittsburg Parks and Recreation  Department at 231-8310.

Legion bingo
Pittsburg American Legion Post 64 will sponsor  bingo, open to the public, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the post home, 2815 N. Joplin.

Fish fry
SCAMMON — Knights of Columbus Council No. 3316 will  have its annual Lenten fish fry at 6 p.m. at St. Bridget’s Parish Hall, Scammon. The event will be held every Friday through April 11.
A variety of meals will be available. Catfish and cod dinners will be available, both including a choice of baked potato or wild rice and German or cream style coleslaw. Cost of both is $8.
Shrimp platters, with five shrimp, baked potato or wild rice and German or cream style coleslaw, will cost $9. St. Elmo’s platter, for $12, includes catfish, cod shrimp, chowder, baked potato or wild rice and German or cream style coleslaw.
Grilled cheese sandwiches will be $2, and a bowl of chowder will be available for $3.
All dinners come with a choice of coffee or iced tea and dessert. Children and younger will eat free. Carry-outs will be available.

Minister speaks
Warren Hunter, Branson, Mo., will conduct special services, open to the public, at 7 p.m. at the Homer Cole Community Center, 3003 N. Joplin.
His family will minister in music.