|Senior Briefs: 04-26-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 26 April 2013 09:46|
Webster reunion set May 18
LUCKEY - The biennial Webster School Reunion for 2013 will be held May 18 at 6 p.m. at the Luckey American Legion Hall. The social hour will start at 5:30.
The event is open to anyone who ever attended Webster School, not just graduates.
Those who did not receive an invitation should mail their reservation to Grace Rothenbuler, 21893 Stony Ridge Road, Luckey, Ohio 43443-9768 or contact her at (419) 344-0148. Cost is $15 per person, with choice of swiss steak or baked chicken. Make checks payable to Webster Alumni and mail by May 4.
County seniors invited to Derby Days
ROSSFORD - Derby Days, a county-wide event for seniors, will be held next Friday, May 3 at 1 p.m. at the Rossford Area Senior Center, 400 Dixie Highway.
Cheer on your favorite horse as they head to the finish line while enjoying a mock mint julep. Ladies are encouraged to wear a special hat for the parade.
The event is being sponsored by the Wood County Committee on Aging and Otterbein Portage Valley. Registration is required. Call the senior center at (419) 353-5661 or (800) 367-4935
Mud Hens game June 24
The Wood County Senior Citizens' Senior Day at the Toledo Mud Hens will be June 24 at 12 p.m.
County seniors may meet at the parking lot of St. Luke's Hospital in Maumee to ride the TARTA bus to the Mud Hens baseball game. Cost for bus one way is $1 and it will drop off passengers at the Mud Hens Stadium. Game tickets are $7 and $5, with lunch vouchers available in advance.
Maumee Senior Center plant sale, garden breakfast May 11
MAUMEE - The Maumee Senior Center May 11 will host Breakfast in the Garden and the center's annual Plant & Bake Sale on May 11.
A wide variety of flowers and plants will be available for purchase at the center at 2430 S. Detroit Ave., from 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
"The plant sale is an annual tradition and is hosted by our senior volunteers. They work for weeks gathering donated plants, pricing and planning the plant sale," said Malinda Ruble, executive director.
A variety of plants are available, ranging from tulips and roses to strawberry plants and Hostas. Each year the selection of plants changes depending on the type of plants donated. The prices are very reasonable Ruble added.
A new addition to the event this year is Breakfast in the Garden.
"We have partnered with Kingston Residence of Perrysburg & Sylvania to offer a breakfast bar during the plant sale on May 11," said Ruble. Visitors may enjoy breakfast in the senior center garden or purchase an item to go. Baked goods will also be sold.
Cost of the breakfast bar is $2 per person or items are available for purchase individually.
For more information, call 419-893-1994.
Senior citizen prom set May 1
PERRYSBURG — The Perrysburg High School Senior Class will again host a Senior Citizen Prom this year as they have for the past several years. Seniors are invited to come enjoy an evening of dinner, entertainment and dancing on Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. in the High School Commons, 13385 Roachton Road.
The entertainment will be various vocal and instrumental music groups from PHS. The evening will end with some music for dancing.
There is no cost to seniors for admission. It is the senior class at PHS giving back to the community. No tickets necessary — just show up.
“It’s a lot of fun, and it can bring a tear to the eyes to watch the high school students interacting with the seniors,” stated Deb Drew, PHS English teacher and class advisor. “They serve them their meals, talk with them and dance with them at the end of the night. It is a feel-good evening.”
|Last Updated on Friday, 26 April 2013 11:05|
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