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)
Thurs., Dec. 4th:
The Salvation Army is throwing us a party again this year! All Seniors are invited to dinner and a Holiday program at 6pm on this date at the S&A building. Call in your reservations to the Senior Center.
Tue., Dec. 16th
Senior Center carry-in party. Lunch is at 11:15. The Center will provide the meat and drinks; you bring the rest! Our special guest entertainer will be:
Beginning at 10:30am. Don't miss it.
Wed., Dec. 17th
?? Mystery Trip ??
Details are described on our Trips Page. This will be a great holiday/festive evening.
Fri., Dec. 19th
December Birthday Party will be early because of Christmas. All December birthday people, call in your reservation!
Special Music will be "Blessed" (Carolyn Williams & Cathy Harner)
Dec. 24, 25, & 26
The Senior Center will be closed.
Thurs. Nov. 20th
Dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Show at 7:15 p.m.
Enjoy a night of great
Broadway music with us!
• Nancy Goebel • Ginger Rittenhouse • Carolyn Williams • Rita Faulkner • Chris Rayment • Tim Harris • Cathy Harner • Ron Lord • Danny Losure
We had so much fun last year at the Garden House with a great dinner and entertainment that we're going to do it again.
We will be having it again at the Garden House in Matter Park.
Tickets are $25 available at:
503 S. Gallatin St.
During the month of November we are collecting
canned goods and other non-perishables for
The Salvation Army Food Pantry. SHARE!!!
ANGEL TREE FAMILY
Again this year we are sponsoring an Angel Tree Family. This means buying Christmas presents for a disadvantaged family with several children. Names and sizes will be on a sign-up sheet located at the south entrance of the Senior Center. This will be your chance to help someone else and share your Blessings.
Monday, November 24th
Come join us for a delicious meal and giving Thanks for our blessings!
We will also be playing the Senior Center version of the Price is Right.
(This would also be an excellent time to bring in your food items for the Salvation Army)
The Senior Center will be open on Christmas Day for a carry-in meal. The Center will provide turkey, dressing, potatoes and gravy. You bring in the rest. No Charge, no special program, just good fellowship and good food!
Doors open at 11:30; meal at 12:30; home-going by 2:30pm.
Upcoming books for Book Club are:
"A Time to Kill"
by John Gresham
"Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
by James Hilton
"Prayers and Lies"
by Sherri Wood Emmons
"When You Come Home"
by Nancy Cavin Pitts
(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.
It is OK to sit in on a discussion even if you haven't read the book.
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!
Open Enrollment for Medicare Insurance Plans
This is the time of year when Medicare beneficiaries can change their Rx plans (Or their Medicare Advantage Plans). If you are confused or need help figuring out what you should do, SHIP counselors can help. We have several volunteer counselors who are taking appointments during this time, particularly on Tuesday afternoons. (Open Enrollment period ends on Dec. 7th.) Call in at (765) 662-6772 to make an appointment or receive a return call from a SHIP counselor.
REMEMBER, these are unpaid volunteers and are not in the office all the time. Be patient and they'll be glad to help you!
"Proud to be a United Way agency!
Thanks, Grant County United Way!"