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Senior News

Cool down with us
With hot summer weather upon us and if you are looking for something to do, don’t hesitate, come to the El Dorado Hills Senior Center and sign up for the many activities that are available for you. Every day these activities are enjoyed by many seniors. It’s fun and you meet a lot of nice people, socialize and have a good time. We have programs of all kinds from music lessons, cooking classes, photography classes, numerous guest speakers, and lots of games are played (Bingo, Canasta, Pinochle, Mexican Train Dominoes, Mah Jongg, evening Cribbage and Bridge) Also, stay and have a delicious lunch prepared by the Senior Nutrition Lunch program of Placerville (see details next paragraph).

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.

August activities
Here’s what’s in store for August: Get to Know Your Digital Camera Class, Friday, Aug. 3; Mah Jongg Lessons begin Friday, Aug. 3; Guest Speakers on early El Dorado Hills History, Clarksville on Aug. 7;  Guest Speaker regarding the benefits of exercise, Motion is Lotion, Friday, Aug. 10; world-renowned dog trainer Uncle Matty speaking, Aug. 17; and our Fun Time Band concert is Friday, Aug. 31. Call the Senior Center for dates and details and registration information at (916) 358-3575.

Movies every month
The Senior Center shows movies on the first and third Monday of every month at 1 p.m. In August our movies are: Monday, Aug. 6, “The Artist” and Monday, Aug. 20, “Big Miracle.” Join us for free movies and popcorn too!

July birthdays
Our July birthday celebrators were: Larry Haas, George Lytton, Lois Klauschie, Leah Emery, Leona Fails, Terry Kuntz, Tom Waller and, yours truly, Millie Smith! Happy Birthday to all!

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