Tag: Senior Center

Waynesboro Senior Center Winter-Spring Seasonal Education Programs

Upcoming educational programs at the Waynesboro Senior Center.


Myers and Phillips children present music program at Bath Community Senior Center

The Myers and Phillips children visited Bath Community Senior Center January 7. They played a selection of songs on the violin, cello and piano. Our members enjoyed listening to these talented children and look forward to their next visit.


Bath Senior Center members visit Homestead

The Bath Senior Members visited The Omni Homestead Resort December 15.


Virginia Cooperative Extension presented Balanced Living with Diabetes program

Bath Senior Center Members participated in The Balanced Living with Diabetes program presented by Stephanie Deihl,


Bath Community Senior Center Christmas luncheon

Twenty-four Bath Senior Center Members attended a Christmas Luncheon hosted by Virginia Chapel United Methodist Church on December 8.


Tickets available for Benefit Dance at Waynesboro Senior Center

The Waynesboro Senior Center, 325 Pine Avenue, will hold a Blue Christmas Dinner Dance to benefit the center with two Elvis impersonators, Saturday, December 13, 7 – 10 p.m.


Waynesboro Senior Center Bingo comes to an end

VPAS’s weekly Bingo operation that started on Oct. 3, 2013 at Waynesboro Senior Center has been discontinued.


Puzzles Galore at Waynesboro Senior Center

Waynesboro Senior Center members Juanita J., Frances C., Mary T. and Gene S. finish “The Four Seasons,” one of several puzzles members have worked on over the past few months.


Blue Christmas at Waynesboro Senior Center

Details on the upcoming Blue Christmas Dinner Dance at the Waynesboro Senior Center.


Free memory screening at Staunton Senior Center

The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is sponsoring a free Memory Screening to be held at Staunton Senior Center on Tuesday, November 18.


Holiday craft fair supports older adults

A Holiday Craft Sale will take place Friday, Nov. 21 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 22 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at Staunton Senior Center, 300 Churchville Ave.


Bath Community Senior Center visited the National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Twelve Bath Community Senior Center members and staff visited The National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, W.Va., October 30, courtesy of the Bath County Parks and Recreation Department.


Bath Community Senior Center has Halloween party

The Bath Community Senior Center members had a Halloween costume party at the Senior Center October 29.


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Valley Program for Aging Services News and Notes

Meals on Wheels volunteers for PRSC, Frank and Betty Lambert, were the proud winners of the $15.00 Wal-Mart gift card which is awarded each month through a drawing.


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VPAS Senior Center News and Notes: Quilts and The Homestead

Handmade quilts were donated to Volunteer Coordinator Dawn Shull on Wednesday September 24th as part of a project one of her Meals on Wheels volunteer approached her with several months ago.


East Rockingham Senior Center welcomes new director

East Rockingham Senior Center members welcomed Brandy Wade as the new Center Director on Monday, September 15.


Valley Program for Aging Services News: Busy in Bath!

Gregory C. Mays, MD Visited Bath Senior Center: Gregory C. Mays, MD, presented an informative program on cataracts to members at the Bath Community Senior Center on August 27.


Staunton Senior Center enjoyed jaunt to Peaks of Otter

On Thursday, August 28, Staunton Senior Center took its summer trip to Peaks of Otter near Bedford.


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TBSC’s Turkey & Tunes a success

On September 6, Timberville Broadway Senior Center held the first ever Turkey & Tunes fundraising dinner. TBSC is happy to report that the evening was a success! The best part of the evening was the amazing Turkey Bar-B-Que dinner.


HR senior center members participated in healthcare assessment

Members of Price Rotary Senior Center, Timberville Broadway Senior Center and East Rockingham Senior Center participated in a free healthcare assessment screening for heart disease and diabetes at Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community on September 10 and 11.


August Lunch & Learn spurs SAILers on at Staunton Senior Center

Several Staunton Senior Center members and the Program Director attended and came back with some information that inspired those involved in the SAIL (Stay Active & Independent for Life) exercise program.


Blenders Buzz with Smoothies at Staunton Senior Center

Staunton Senior Center members gathered around three tables in the activity room, anticipating the delicious and healthy smoothies about to be prepared on Thursday, August 21.


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Turkey and Tunes at Timberville Broadway Senior Center

Timberville Broadway Senior Center invites you to join us for a scrumptious Turkey Bar B Q dinner and live music by Remember When on Saturday, Sept 6th between 4 and 7 p.m. The dinner will include Turkey BBQ, coleslaw, green beans, scalloped potatoes and dessert.


VPAS issues call for Meals on Wheels volunteers

The Valley Program for Aging Services’ Meals on Wheels program serves a nutritious meal Monday through Friday to homebound residents in Staunton who are over age 60.


Helping Hands Day Camp Visits Staunton Senior Center

Last week sixty-five campers paid a visit to the Staunton Senior Center, along with twenty teen and adult volunteers who had planned a week of service projects to keep them busy during the last week before school.