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Posted on: March 15, 2021

Remaining March Activities at Pennington Life Center

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The Pennington Life Center continues to meet the needs of its clientele by providing programming via Zoom calls until restrictions ease and large gatherings can be held again.

The following list of remaining activities in March are scheduled:

March 22 at 10 a.m.  

Kick off for “March for Meals” and receipt/unveiling of the Mayor’s Proclamation plaque. Overview of upcoming week of activities all conducted via Zoom calls. A history of our local Meals on Wheels program and its longevity.

March 22

Fundraising letters going out in the mail. Take this opportunity to support the Meals on Wheels nutrition program at William N. Pennington Life Center by donating in various forms. Call Lisa at 423-7096 if you would like to get a donation packet.

March 23 at 1:30 p.m.

Let’s all “MARCH for MEALS” Rally. Will be on Facebook Live as we all gather to walk around our building. Meet at WNP Life Center 1:15pm to sign up.

March 24 from 1:30-2:45 p.m.

Live Zoom call featuring our Healthy Aging Program. A peek into our gardening project, our “Seniors Eating Well” cooking class, and an introduction to our latest exercise class, Bingocize. Hang out with Anita and Mercedeis to learn about these programs.

March 25 

Distribution of “March for Meals 2021” awareness cards to our seniors in the Meals On Wheels nutrition program and our drive-thru congregate lunch. Program awareness cards made by Numa 4th and 5th grade students.

March 26 at 10 a.m.

Guided Imagery for Relaxation by Lisa (via Zoom call). Start the coming weekend out with a smooth transition.

Zoom calls will be arranged prior to the date and time they are scheduled. Please call the Life Center at 423-7096 and ask staff to sign you up. We will need your name and email on a list to be notified. Please let us know immediately if there are any technical issues.

Photo by Skip Reeves.

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