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How Seniors Can Face and Overcome Aging-Related Stress
Stress has an unkind way of sapping the joy from what could otherwise be wonderful parts of life. This is perhaps most evident during big life changes – as we enter a new stage, we fret about what hardships we might face. This robs us of our ability to focus on the new positives and…
Lighted China hutch
This all wood, beautiful cabinet is 65″ wide, by 82″ tall, by 16″ deep. A bargain at $1,000.
Let’s Get Acquainted with David Mayer
David was born in Fort Campbell, Kentucky in July of 1961. Being in a military family he lived in many places. He has one younger brother who is the Sheriff of Oceanside, CA. Marriage brought him 2 children, a son, and a daughter. At age 12 his daughter was diagnosed with kidney disease. One did…
It’s canning time. Let’s make a deal. We have quarts, pints, half pints, rings and canning kettle.
Let’s Get Acquainted with Lila Steffensmier
Lila tells us she was born in North Bend in June of 1947. She has a brother, two half- brothers, and one half- sister. Her brother worked for the Secret Service and couldn’t tell much of what his work entailed, but told her that he guarded John F. Kennedy when he was in New York.…
Let’s Get Acquainted with Kenny & Ruthie Clifton
Ruthie was born a tiny preemie at 4# 3 oz in April of 1969 in Redwood City, CA. She spent the first month of her life in the hospital. She has one older brother. Kenny was born in March of 1968 in Martinez, CA. He has one older brother and one younger. Ruthie’s Dad was…
Senior Center Reopening!
We are opening the Senior Center on June 1st. Masks are Mandatory Music at 10:30 to 11:30 am Bingo at 1 pm Call the Center or Suzi with questions
Tomorrow, April 23, 2020 beginning at noon we will have masks for sale at the Senior Center for $5. All funds go to the Senior Center. Senior Center is located at 121 Loto Street in Eagle Point. Thank you.
A few things are coming in while Larry & (Food & Friends) is here. If you have a large donation, give me a call and I’ll meet you here. Can’t wait till this is over! Stay healthy! Suzi
We have mice! No, not the rodents – the cute little ones that sit on your shelf. Come take a look.
One of our members has volunteered herself to take seniors to grocery store. She only asks for gas money to cover her expenses.. Sarah 541-951-9419
Let’s Get Acquainted with Michael Gray
Michael was born at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, California in December of 1953. Currently, he is seen every Tuesday and Thursday at the front desk of our center logging in people for lunch. He has 3 brothers and 2 sisters and they are scattered in Oregon, Arizona, California, and Oklahoma. Michael enjoys volunteering. He…