You Go Girl!
Barbara Arceri, right, scores a hole in one to beat out long-time golfer Bill Fritch in our putting contest that kicked off PGA Tournament week at The Hub.
More games to follow every day, including Target Golf, Ladder golf, a makeshift Indoor Mini-golf. Awards & prizes at the end of the week.
We even have an official Cap and 40th anniversary pin to give out to one lucky participant.
When asked about her golfing prowess Barbara laughed and said “All of my brothers are golfers.”
To which Bill replied “I know, I golf with them.”
Beginners luck Barbara? We don’t think so. 😉
The Activity Hub at the Dunmore Community Center, 1414 Monroe Ave., announces a new social group for all area adults interested in knitting, crocheting, needlework and other yarn related endeavors.
Share what you’re working on Fridays beginning at 9:30 with free coffee & tea.
Don’t have a project? We have an assortment of free kits to get you started.
Or join our new knitting class on Monday mornings with artist and knitter extraordinaire Bonnie to learn. Beginners are always welcomed.
Donations of yarn, knitting needles, etc. are well received!
For more info call 570-207-2662.
We’re adding Mahjongg back to our activity calendar.
Any adult interested in playing just stop by Wednesdays at 1pm. Newbies welcome as well as seasoned players.
Mahjongg combines both strategy and luck into an easy to learn game that has been around for a long time.
For more info you can give us a call (570) 207-2662 ext. 2.
The Dunmore Activity Hub is happy to announce our upcoming part in the movement to help end food insecurity in the senior population; and to not only keep food out of landfills, but to instead turn that into compost we can use in our garden.
For more on the What a Waste ™ program, click here and read about the solution.
You can also access their newsletter here.
It’s a Lightbulb Moment. Or Three.
Want to change the face of aging?
Are there changes needed to help seniors more effectively?
If you would like to be a part of that kind of change, please join our Idea Incubator Focus Group on alternate Thursdays 9:15am.
We’re going to take a look at how we are treated by healthcare professionals, as well as in other areas of our lives.
“Nothing about us, without us” is the saying we believe.
If you feel the same way, that we should be a part of the decision making and have our voices heard, join us.
It’s early, but the coffee is free.
L-R Banjolele, Soprano Ukulele
We’re gathering together an All-Ukulele Band!
This is so exciting. Ukulele lovers of all skill levels are invited to join, instruction for beginners is available.
This is one of the easiest instruments to learn. All types, sizes and variations of ukulele are included, such as the Baritone Ukulele and Banjolele.
Join us Thursday March 3rd. at 10:45 am. to get started. For more information, call Jeanne (570) 207-2662.
2/16 In spite of school delays, we will be open today.
Check out our new tab above. This is where we will post any weather or emergency closings.
On one of the coldest days of this winter, seniors from The Hub and medical students gathered together on the campus of The Commonwealth Medical College to learn more about the technology gadgets they possess.
A lot of information and quite a few laughs were exchanged. Everyone had a great time as some of the technological roadblocks the seniors were facing were cleared.
Above are just some pics of what took place.
Watch the news report here.
For more information on Cyber-Seniors, click here.
The Center is open today and the vans are running. Pass it on.
Carol Angerson on her 90th. birthday with Ryan Smith from State Rep. Frank Farina’s office.
While we do our best here to help our participants live happier through socialization and education, we can’t help everyone.
That’s where you come in. What can you do?
Send a card for no special occasion.
Drop off some cookies to your neighbor.
Smile when you see an older individual, and look them in the eye.
Say something nice like “That color looks good on you.” Or simply, “Good morning.”
After 30 years working in senior centers, and especially as I age myself, I understand the loneliness that comes with the gray hair.
Listen to this beautiful song by John Prine, called simply
Hello in There.
And excuse me, while I go call my Dad.