Hollis Seniors Newsletter
52 Nevins Road
Hollis, NH 03049
Hollis Seniors meet every Thursday at the Lawrence Barn Community Center. Gathering starts at 11 AM and Meals on Wheels is usually brought in at noon. A program usually follows the meal or members stay and socialize, playing games of their choice.
Hollis Seniors web site: www.Hollisseniors.org
Email group: Hollisseniors@yahoogroups.com
Welcome back everyone. Hoping you all had a great summer.
We seniors had a busy and varied summertime. We did every thing from having lunches in local restaurants to sitting down for some great presentations.
We had lunches at Longhorn’s and Kahula’s. We had presentations from various social and civic groups, discussing everything from home health to home safety to vision enhancements to senior benefits. We also had a presentation by our own Paul Gauvreau showing how modern “hidden” cameras can capture our local wild life to the history and repair of “carriage lamps.” We also had presentations from some of our seniors who were Korean War Veterans. After all, this was the 60th anniversary of the ending of the Korean War. It seems we were not only busy, but also entertained throughout the summer.
Now that the fall season has started, we will be getting back into the “swing” of our activities.
Activities for the month of September:
- 5 Sep: MOW starts; Blood pressure and Reiki massage demonstration.
- 12 Sep: Rabbit husbandry by the 4-H group.
- 19 Sep: Hollis native and author Robert Demayo, presents his book: “The Making of Theodore Roosevelt.”
- 20-21 Sep: Hollis Old Home Days.
- 26 Sep: Business meeting/birthday celebrations.
September Birthdays: Barbara Davis, John DiClemente, Evelyn Glover, David Glover, Sandy Mason, Margie Rowe, Kathy Sirak, Hilda Tolles, and Marian Warren.
If we forgot someone, it is because you didn’t provide your birth month for our database. Please see Bob Fiero to update your information.
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