Staunton Senior Center proposed four volunteer activities for groups taking part in the United Way Week of Caring in April.
After a health program at the Staunton Senior Center and Waynesboro Senior Center on how to spice up the winter months, a new Pen Pal Club has formed.
The May Mobile Information Station visit to the Craigsville Community Center has been changed from Tuesday, May 13 to Monday, May 12. The May MIS visit to the Middlebrook Station Library has been changed from Wednesday, May 28 to Wednesday, May 21.
On February 26, Sondra Pelletier with the Alzheimer’s Association provided a presentation to ERSC titled Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters. The 10 signs included: memory changes that disrupt daily life, confusion with time and place and decreased or poor judgment. Seventeen members and guests enjoyed and were very involved with the presentation. Members had the opportunity to ask questions and received handouts on Alzheimer’s disease.
Even though no birds have yet to be spied at Staunton Senior Center’s new bird feeder, there is some evidence of visits, according to bird enthusiast, JoAnn K., a new member at the Center. This avid bird watcher is encouraged that soon these wonderful and interesting creatures will discover the feeder and members will be on their way to viewing and identifying their new feathered friends.
After introductions and the approval of minutes from the January meeting, SAW Regional Director Janice Gentry introduced budget figures to Staunton Senior Center Local Council members.