Most seniors in Preble County are familiar with the most well known services that the Preble County Council on Aging offers, like Transportation, Homemaker, Home Delivered Meals, and Information & Referral. But we offer many other services. For your review, we are listing the services we have available. If you have a need, please call us. If we can’t provide what you need, we will make every attempt to secure information and a resource for you.
A Matter of Balance Program; Assessment of Need; Coats for Seniors; Congregate and Home Delivered Meals; Consumer Advocate; Decade’s Diner; Educational Events and Activities; Friendly Visitor; Community Garden Space; Garden Produce Sharing; Golden Buckeye Card Information; Holiday Food Baskets; Health Screenings; Homemaker Service; Independent Living Assistance; Information & Referral; Lending Circle; Medicare Help; Mini-Trips; Newsletter; Notary Service; One-Day Motorcoach Trips; OSHIIP; Overnight and Extended Travel Program; Recreational Activities; Senior Companion; Social and Fun Activities; Support Groups; Telephone Reassurance Service; Transportation Service; Volunteer Program; Wellness Activities; Work List
We are the Preble County Council on Aging, 800 East St. Clair Street, Eaton, Ohio 45320. You can reach us at 937.456.4947 or 1.800.238.5146 – Fax 937-456-6565, www.prebleseniorcenter.org.
Basics of estate planning
Representatives from LCNB National Bank will be at the Preble County Senior Center, 800 East St. Clair Street, Eaton, on Friday, Aug. 14, at 10 a.m. to present information on the basics of estate planning. Many people think they don’t need estate planning because they think they don’t have an estate. With few exceptions, everyone has an estate. Don’t miss this important meeting on the basics of estate planning. RSVP by calling the Senior Center at 937-456-4947.
Parties and gatherings
The Grange (formerly The Gathering Place), 501 Nation Avenue, Eaton, is available for weddings, rehearsal dinners, receptions, graduation and birthday parties, family reunions, anniversaries, holiday parties, meetings, and more. The Grange features:
• Seating for 150
• Large nostalgic wood dance floor
• Raised stage for band or bridal party
• Kitchen facilities. Bring in your own caterer or let us recommend local favorites.
• Paved parking lot with new sidewalks
The Grange is managed by the Preble County Council on Aging. Income from rentals helps support funding for senior services in Preble County. For complete information on rental rates, and to check on availability of dates, please contact Charlene McCarty, Rental Coordinator, at the Preble County Council on Aging at 937-456-4947 or 1-800-238-5146.