Senior edition


By Holly Steele - For PCCOA



EATON — Drive Thru Thursdays: We are enjoying seeing on Wednesdays at our drive thru! Keep stopping by to get your free treat! We have given away pretzels, ice cream, cookies with a grab bag from United HealthCare. Every Thursday from 2-3 p.m., the Senior Activities Center is having a drive thru for our seniors. Treats are limited, so when we run out, we are out. The treat changes every week, it could be anything!

Zoom Yoga Classes: Holly is teaching free chair yoga on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. for 20 to 30 minutes. Call the Senior Activities Center to sign up and get the zoom link. 937-456-4947

Zoom Belly Dancing Classes: Maria is teaching free belly dancing classes on Tuesdays, starting in September, at 10 a.m. for 20-30 minutes. Call the Senior Activities Center to sign up and get the zoom link, 937-456-4947.

Home Delivered Meals / Meals on Wheels: Normal Status

Transportation: Normal Status

Decade’s Diner: To Go only. Check out or Facebook page for daily menu and weekly dessert specials. Call ahead to order your meal, 937-456-4947.

Activities: Upon reopening, we will provide activities on a first come first served basis, pre-registration is likely.

Homemaking Services: Normal Status

Information and Referral: Any questions, concerns, have a need to talk to someone during this time, or receive meals, call us at 937-456-4947.

Let us know if you need anything, we are here to help!

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All activities are located at the Senior Activities Center at 800 East St. Clair St. in Eaton, unless otherwise mentioned in the post. Like our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/preblecountycouncilonaging/ or give us a call at 937-456-4947. Visit our website at www.PrebleSeniorCenter.org. Membership at the Senior Center is $10 a year. In addition to other benefits, members automatically receive our bi-monthly “Senior Scene” newsletter that features all our latest news and activities.

By Holly Steele

For PCCOA