You can hold as many unregulated yard sales as you want in Waynesboro. Try to raise money for cancer patients by selling Christmas trees in a quasi-residential area, though, and the long arm of the zoning law will come down on you.
Members and staff enjoyed fellowship on Friday as we gathered for our Christmas party. Many people brought wonderful baked goods to share for a dessert buffet after lunch. We also had a gift exchange too. But the highlight was a visit by Santa!
The Waynesboro Senior Center will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, Dec 24 and 25, for the Christmas holiday. There will be no Meals on Wheels delivered on these days. Shelf stable box meals were sent to Meals on Wheels clients on Thursday and Friday that can be eaten on these days if desired.
When it snows, the Waynesboro Senior Center makes its decision about being open or closed independently.
Transportation for the Elderly and Disabled (TED) Volunteer Coordinator Jacquie Horton will be mailing a holiday card to 37 TED volunteer drivers who have driven this year.
DuPont Community Credit Union Marketing Specialist for Research, Connie Milionta, recently completed the Principles of Marketing Research Certification from the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education and the Marketing Research Institute International.
John Hardy, nationally known for his one-man play, Rattlesnake, will bring his adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol to WTA’s Gateway for one night only on Saturday, December 22 at 7 pm at 329 West Main in Downtown Waynesboro. The performance runs approximately eighty minutes and is performed in one act. It is appropriate for audiences of any age but is best suited for age ten and above.