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Senior News

Millie Smith
Millie Smith

Spring Fling is coming
Our annual party for May 11 will be called Spring Fling. With all the trees and daffodils blooming, it’s a great time of the year to have a spring party.  Spring Fling will be sponsored by the El Dorado Hills Senior Support Council and the Senior Nutrition lunch program. This party will be held in the El Dorado Hills Community Services District gym on Harvard Way. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. with entertainment, featuring the Buckboard Bunch, starting at 11. A delicious ham lunch is served at noon. Suggested donation for lunch is $3 for seniors age 60 and older, and all others $5. Our local El Dorado Hills Fire Department will serve lunch. They also always help cleaning up and we thank them very much. After lunch a drawing will be held and many nice prizes will be given away. Make your reservation soon by calling (916) 358-3575.

Senior Nutrition lunches
Delicious and nutritious lunches are served weekdays at noon, at the El Dorado Hills Senior Center, 990 Lassen Lane. For seniors 60 and older the suggested donation is $3, all others $5. This is a great place to have lunch, meet new people and visit with friends.

Senior Center’s April activities
We hope you can join us at the Senior Center soon. We offer many activities and programs for Seniors age 50 and older. Scheduled for April: Portrait Painting with Oils (four weeks); Get to Know Your Digital Camera; Ukulele Lessons and a day trip to Lake Tahoe. The Senior Center offers many year round programs including: Fun Bingo, Chair Yoga, Chair Exercise, Bridge, Dominoes, Line Dance, Cribbage, Pinochle, Guitar Lessons, Book Club, Train Your Brain, Knit and Crochet, Computer User Group, Movies of the Month, and more! Call the Senior Center for dates and details and registration information at (916) 358-3575.

March birthdays
In March the following Senior’s celebrated birthdays: Nancy Hayes, Hazel West, Jim Hopkins, Naoma Peterson and Robert Harris celebrated birthdays last month.

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