ERSC Announces January Programs

vpasheader0311The East Rockingham Senior Center announces the following programs during the month of January, which are all free and open to the public:

Wednesday, January 9 at 10 AM Curtis McMillen & Friends will provide musical entertainment

Monday, January 14 at 9:45 AM Leah Belcher, Pharmacist with Elkton Family Pharmacy will discuss “Getting Your Medications Organized in the New Year.”  Ms. Belcherwill also offer advice on drug interactions on a one-on-one basis for individuals who bring their medicines the day of her visit.

Wednesday, January 16 at 10 AM Elkton historian Jim Lawson will discuss “Legends and Stories of the Blue Ridge and Shenandoah.”

Monday, January 21 Steven and Linda Yoder of Elkton will bring their Bernese Mountain dog, Ilse, to demonstrate the “Benefits of Pet Therapy.”

The East Rockingham Senior Center is a non-profit organization operated by Valley Program for Aging Services Inc. and operates at the Elkton Area Community Center, 20593 Blue and Gold Drive in Elkton.  For more information contact Lisa Gooden, Center Director, at 540-383-7006, or visit

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