We love our Volunteers!
Saturday August 29th. 11am-1:00 pm.
Live Entertainment by Polka Punch & a Dinner provided by Chef Bill
This event is free to all those who are on Site Council, the Board of Directors, and/or anyone who helps on site on a regular basis.
The day is also Open to the Public-$5 for Seniors, $8.00 for Friends
Reservations are required.
Please call 570-207-2662 ext.2
Watch Joe Lastovica perform here.
Find Joe Lastovica on Facebook.
Bridging the Technology Gap
We just found out about this wonderful program, and are going to tap in to their ideas and resources to see if we can team up some area students with our older area residents.
What with the University of Scranton, Marywood University, Penn State Worthington and Keystone Junior College, we should be able to help all those who wish to tap into technology.
Watch their trailer here to see what they did, and what we want to do as well.
Seated L-R Theresa LaNunziata, Secretary, Jeanne Phillips, Atty. Brenda Colbert and Paula Scotchlas
Standing Al Lawrence, Louis Paciotti, President and Sandy Cancelleri
The Board of Directors of the Dunmore Senior Center will be holding a Chicken and Biscuits Dinner on Thursday May 15th., from 5-7 pm. in the common room of the Dunmore Community Center, 1414 Monroe Ave.
Take outs will be available at 4 pm.
Tickets are available in advance or at the door for $8.50.
Call 570-207-2662 for more information.
All proceeds benefit activities held at the Hub.
Stop on by for some good old fashioned comfort food!
It seemed like spring would never come, but before we know it all the little pathogens that we are allergic too will be flying through the air.
Here’s our fav Doc with info on how to deal with them.
How lucky our participants were to have the wonderful Keystone Sanitary Landfill choose to sponsor our Valentine’s Day Luncheon!
With live music and a new floor area for dancing, we enjoyed the company of 72 of our area friends. And the food was absolutely wonderful, what a treat! See the pics below that represent the great time everyone had including a box of Gertrude Hawk Chocolates sent by Mr. Denaples himself!
Marilyn & Bruce, married over 60 years, enjoy a Valentine’s Day dance.
The Mayor stops by to thank the Keystone Sanitary Landfill for their continued support.
The delightful and very professional staff of La Cucina’s Restaurant.
Dan from Keystone Sanitary Landfill who oversaw the day of giving.
The finishing touch.
Bill and Paul discuss a song.
Watch this video, and help us pass this on. Our intention is to use this information to pass on more opportunities for our friends to have music in their lives.
Look for more information coming this spring, in the meantime:
How Music Can Change a Life
Canio and Veronica Sileo
Staying active physically is a very important part of aging well. In the photo above are Veronica and Canio Sileo, not letting being in their 90’s stop them from dancing to the beat.
Follow this link to learn of another individual who shows many ways you can keep your mind and your body young.
We will be adding some of these activities to the Center.
Look out world!
One thing is for sure, none of us get out of life alive…
May as well laugh and enjoy the ride!
Here are a few jokes to help keep your mood positive, and even cure what ails you.
Therapeutic Humor with Dr. Steve
COPD can hit you long after you have quit smoking, and even if you have never smoked.
If you or someone you know has this disease, please follow this link to learn some things you can to to help the symptoms.
Anything that can help!
Financial experts say it is never too late to save for retirement. Here’s how a few people who did not get an early start still pulled it off.
Pass this onto to family and friends to help them learn how better to prepare.
Click here to read the article.