Open Wii Bowling
Come try it on the big 90" screen
Marion Rehabilitation & Assisted Living
June 21st Leave the Senior Center at 11:30am
The first 19 people who sign up will tour the new facility and be treated to a free steak dinner. We should return shortly after 1pm. Since we are car pooling there, let Carolyn know if you can provide one of the cars and how many you can accommodate.
Renee Metzger will resume doing manicures in May, on the third Thursdays At 10:00 on a first come, first served basis. Renee is now with Able Hands Home Care.
We're betting many of you have heard about some of the new gadgets out there, but don't know how to use them or if you want to try; We're here to help!!!
We're planning a series of workshops with expert presenters on the following topics:
May 15th at 10am
Presenters will be from the Marion Public Library.
(To make it even better a brand new Nook or Kindle will be given away to one lucky person!)
June 5th at 10am
Presenters will be from:
The Cellular Connection
* How to use Facebook
*How to use E-Mail
*Computer Virus Protection
(Dates for these topics have not been set yet, so keep watching.)
If you already have a device, bring it along for personal help. If not, just come and learn if it's just for you!
SMART PHONE EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR
Wed., June 5 at 9:30 a.m.
Speaker: Janet Blake from The Cellular Connection.
Learn about what "smart phones" can do.
If you already have one, bring it!
We do have WiFi now.
At the Senior Center
Food provided by Fazoli's
Saturday, June 22.
4:30 am - 6:00pm
$5.00 (Kids 6 & older)
Choice of pasta and choice of sauce; salad, breadsticks, desserts, drinks.
Upcoming books for Book Club are:
"Major Pettigrew's Last Stand"
by Helen Simonson
by Laura Hillenbrand
"Sweet Salt Air"
by Barbara Delinsky
It is OK to sit in on a discussion even if you haven't read the book.
The Senior Center now has WiFi
ask for the password in the office.
Beginning in May, the Arts & Crafts Room will be open from 9-11:30 to artists who wish to have a place to paint or create while socializing with other artists. You must provide your own projects and supplies.
A $1.00 donation for the Senior Center, is requested each time you come.
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.
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"Proud to be a United Way agency!
Thanks, Grant County United Way!"