Dunkirk Senior Center
April 19 (Thursday) Spring potluck dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. CORRECTION: Members must bring a dish to pass for 12 to 15 people. There is no fee. Those not bringing a dish, the member price is $8. Sign-up begins Monday, March 26 for the first 90 members only.
Tai Chi new ...
It is no secret that the term ‘nursing home’ has a stigma attached to it, said Director of Volunteer Services Jonelle Frazier. “Yes, we are providing skilled nursing but we are also focusing on rehabilitation. It’s not merely a piece of our name but a part of our mission.”
Dunkirk Senior Center
The Dunkirk Senior Center has several announcements regarding upcoming trips.
The February and March trips are booked and sold out with waiting lists only.
Travelers for trips sponsored by the Dunkirk ...
A grant from the East Hill Foundation made it possible for the Dunkirk Adult Day Program to replace program furniture and storage cabinets along with purchasing furniture for the outdoor deck. Included in the grant are new leather recliners and also a lift chair for those with difficulty ...
Grape Belt Seniors
Aerobics and weights with Catherine Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9 a.m. If class is canceled due to bad weather, Catherine will have it announced on WDOE; and will post it on her Facebook page and Grape Belt Seniors Facebook page.
Grape Belt Seniors are ...
A Presidents Day prime rib dinner will be held at Dunkirk American Legion Post 62, 211 Central Ave., on Sunday, Feb. 18 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $15 per person, with reservations due by Feb 12. Tickets are available at Post 62. Members and guests are welcome.
ANGOLA — The Evans Garden Club will host a presentation by Kelly Degolier from the Potting Shed on how to have color in one’s garden all season. It will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Angola Public Library, 34 N. Main St. Angola.
The Dunkirk Senior Citizens Board of Directors for 2018 is pictured left to right. Standing: Robert Mitchell, Diane Lokietek, Ruth Neal, Peggy Napoli and Gregory Sek. Seated: Barbara Bajdas, coordinator; Nancy Renckens and Martha Lukasik.
Dunkirk Senior Citizens
Dunkirk Seniors have been busy with daily activities. The turkey dinner was a huge success, even with the cold snowy weather, as was Big Bingo and the exercise Monday to Friday groups. The first and third Wednesdays at 10 a.m., a social time is being held for interested ...
Share & Care Seniors
1. Ed Long 670
2. Birdie L. Walczak 660
3. Barb Smith 650
Double pinochle: Jackie Wrigley
Peanuts: Nance Szymanowicz
1. Tony Grisanti 626
2. Ed Long 588
3. Jeanne Hauser ...
January hot noon meal
29 Tuna noodle casserole, stewed tomatoes, pineapple juice, roll, chiffon gelatin
30 Roast pork w/gravy, mashed potatoes, red cabbage, bread, applesauce
31 Spaghetti and meatballs, tossed salad, Italian bread, fresh fruit
February hot noon meal
1 Italian sausage ...
Mt. Carmel Seniors Social Club
On a cold January day, 23 members and guests met in the Mt. Carmel Hall Gathering Room. Club President Carm Tampio led the group in a Pledge to the Flag and then conducted a brief business meeting.
Positive discussions evolved pertaining to the club’s ...
Heritage residents and staff at The Homestead in Gerry celebrated the 100th birthday of resident Elsie Lowell recently. A Heritage resident for 24 years, she feels blessed to celebrate such a special birthday and loved having everyone there to enjoy the day with her.
Dunkirk Adult Day Care Center celebrated Christmas on Dec. 15. The participants had a surprise visit from Santa Claus himself. Happy Grams, which is Chautauqua Adult Day Services very own choir from the Taft Center in Jamestown, performed Christmas music. Everyone sang along and also enjoyed ...
United Senior Citizens
The United Senior Citizens recently held its monthly luncheon meeting at the Fredonia Beaver Club with 37 members present.
President Mary Matteson welcomed the members and led everyone in the “Pledge of Allegiance” and the singing of “God Bless America.” The ...