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December at the Bellingham Senior Center

Nov 30, 2021 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson

Bellingham Senior Center

Senior Luncheon—Thanks to the Lions Club, approximately 120 pre-packaged meals provided by Dinner and Company will be ready for pick-up on Saturday, Dec. 4, 11:30AM—1PM. The meals will include turkey, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, cranberries, roll w/butter, and apple or pumpkin pie. It’s free, but make a reservation today by calling 508-966-0398.
Senior Safe—Bellingham Fire Dept. Lt. Brad Kwatcher will share tips for winter safety on Monday, Dec. 6, at 12 PM.
Local Historian—Jim Buckley will be at the Center on Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 11AM, to talk about “The Mysterious Auto Accident of 1880.”
Tech Corner—for seniors who need help with their tech things like iPads, phones, and other digital devices. Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 2:30PM. Please sign up.
Diabetes and Healthful Eating— presentation with nurse Krista Taverna on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 10 AM.
Christmas Party—The COA & BESG are planning a Christmas Party for Dec. 16 at the Senior Center at 12 PM. It will be a fun day and include a delicious dinner, a sing-along and a few surprises. Call 508-966-0398 to reserve your seat.
New Year’s Party—On Dec. 30, the Elder Service Group will hold a New Year’s Party at 1:30 PM. The theme will be The Fifties. Call 508-966-9398 to reserve a spot.
Senior Lunch Program—The lunch program will continue on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays through December, provided by PJ’s Bar & Grill ($3 for Bellingham residents, $8 for non-residents). The number of lunches is limited, so please call the center to reserve yours. And thanks to the volunteers who help every day.
Attention Knitters—Each Monday, knitters and quilters meet at the Senior Center at 9 AM. Knitter-in-Chief Abby Cirioni is looking for more participants. If you’re interested, call her at 508-966-3788.
Wanted: Tax-Aide Volunteers—As an AARP Foundation Tax-Aide volunteer, you can help people who can’t afford to pay for professional tax preparation, often missing out on much-needed tax breaks, deductions, and refunds. You can help put money back in their pockets. According to the AARP website, “You don’t have to be a tax pro to volunteer with us. Whatever your skill set, there’s a role for you,”
Learn more about how to volunteer with AARP Foundation Tax-Aide by visiting:

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