Open Wii Bowling
Come try it on the big 90" screen
Just a reminder:
The Senior Center needs LOTS of people to help keep us going.
THANKS to all the great folks who help with our events. Almost anyone can help in some way or another.
The Senior Center now has WiFi
(ask for the password in the office)
Check out our
Do not forget to sign up for our Beef and Boards Trip in Oct. New details about several new trips, including our Caribbean Cruise in February!
Later this spring we’ll be reprising several of our TECH TALKS that were so successful a couple of years ago.
We hope to offer speakers and some 1:1 tutoring times for folks needing help with their smart phones, I-Pads, lap-tops, Kindles/Nooks, etc.
Topics may include:
General use of device; Facebook/Twitter;
E-mailing, use of the Cloud, Pinterest,
Skype/Face Time; etc.
If you know of a tech geek who would volunteer to speak/teach, call us!
Have you been to lunch at the Senior Center lately?
We’re doing our own cooking and the meals are pretty tasty! Everything from meat loaf to chicken and noodles to Chinese pepper steak and lots more! Suggested donation is $2-3, but if you can’t afford that, put in whatever you can afford. Menus are posted a week ahead. Call in a reservation at least 24 hrs in advance (preferably more). Come join the fellowship!
Call us at 662-6772 or sign up here (before noon the day before)
Special Music by "The Boones"
Be sure and make your reservation
(@ 10:30am Probably)
For our June Birthday Party we will be hosting the BonWorth Store and a fashion show.
We will need about 9 Ladies to be models for this fun event. If you are interested contact Carolyn know. I'll be recruiting our models in early June. It should be a lot of fun. (I'll try to wrangle a discount for the models to purchase their outfits if they desire).
The Senior Center will be trying some adjusted hours during the months of May thru August. The Center will be open from 8:00am-3:15pm
Upcoming books for Book Club are:
by Charles Colson
by Martin Pistorius
"The Wild Rose"
by Doris Mortman
"A Lynching in the Heartland"
by James Madison
"The Astronaut Wives' Club"
by Lilly Koppel
(Bad weather or unforeseen circumstances could cause an adjustment in the months and their books.)
We borrow the books through Marion Public Library’s Interlibrary Loan (with the great help of Shirley Mooney). You have a month to read the book and then return to the library. We have some great discussions and read some great books.
It is OK to sit in on a discussion even if you haven't read the book.
May 22nd— Birthday Party
Memorial Day Jingo
Special music by: The Boones
May 28th—Washington DC trip
June 20— Rummage Sale.
June 26— Style Show with the local Bonworth Store
July 31— BYS
August 28— The Boone's (Marcy & David will be singing & playing the piano)
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Thanks, Grant County United Way!"