February may be our last month of dancing at the Jig. This is the month of decision...what do we want to do? Let me know what you plan to do, to make this activity more successful!
Senior Center of Greater Richmond news
Our Seniors at Peter Paul are celebrating Black History Month in earnest in February. Barbara Brown, Senior Center EAST Coordinator at Peter Paul, has planned a rich schedule visiting the Black History Museum and the Maggie Walker House and dining at Mama J's
Who are the PrimeTimers? They are active, independent seniors who are NOT "old" or "aged" or "elderly". Some are Baby Boomers. Many have been over 50 for some time, but it hasn't slowed them down very much and it probably won't.
The Senior Center of Greater Richmond is 55 years old and we are having fun. If you are not familiar with us, we have programs at different locations in the Greater Richmond area for independent, active Seniors 50 and up. Here is a just a taste of our January programs and you can check out a list of some of the optional travel programs we have available.
Joan Galimore, a very active member, wants to let you know about some of the opportunities that are available to us in the Richmond area and within driving distance from Richmond. Her picks this month include:
Celestine Taylor and Barbara Brown did an outstanding job at Senior Center EAST at Peter Paul Development Center in November to ease the transition between one coordinator and another. They were assisted by Deborah Binns, David Frimpter and Ethel Gordon who volunteer at the Senior Center, regularly.
The First Baptist Church, at the corner of the Boulevard and Monument Avenue, will host the Senior Center on Thursdays starting in January, in addition to our current activities. And, UNITY of Bon Air will host the Senior Center on Monday, January 11th from 12 to 3pm.