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Annville Senior Community Center

 

  1. Located in the basement of the Annville United Church of Christ, 200 South White Oak Street, Annville PA,  17003. 
  2. Center manager: Shannon McMinn.
  3. Phone number: (717) 867-1796. 

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Fellow viewers of the Annville Senior Community Center's Website:

Our monthly mailing list has grown from less than 20 people to over 80 in about one year!

I can only hope this means more people are aware of what we do here at the center and are looking forward to keeping up with the center's happenings.  However, that adds up to a lot of postage and a lot of paper.  I had several people ask for a e-Newsletter sent to them.

--Here it comes!

If you would be interested in receiving our newsletters and calendars via email, please send your email address to anvscc@verizon.net with "Add me to your e-mailing list" in the subject box.

November Friendship News 
December Friendship News

 

Monday December 15, 2014

Join the Annville Senior Center for our

Annual Christmas Party

With the Bob Lemon & the Christmas Brass, Family Style Lunch, Door Prizes, & Johnathan & Laura Shuey

Event starts at 10:30

$12.00/person due before November 26th

Checks Payable to: AFFA

 

Wednesday December 31, 2014

Join the Annville Senior Center for our

BLACK & Bling

New Year’s Eve Noon Party

With the SOS Gang, the Best of 2014, Door Prizes & a Pork & Sauerkraut Lunch

Event starts at 10:30

 $10.00/person due before December 24th

 Checks payable to: AFFA

 

 ***We are revising our Bus trip Policy for the New Year.

Please check back later for more details***

 

2015 Bus Trips & Special Events

 

Monday January 5th ~~ 1st Quarter Bus Trip Fair (will begin signing up for bus trips & special events in February, March & April.

 

Wednesday February 11th ~~Join us for a Silly Love Songs Luncheon with Lee Moyer & a home-cooked Pot Pie Lunch

 

Tuesday February 17th ~~Bus Trip to the Hershey Theatre for “I Love Lucy” Live on Stage

 

Wednesday March 4th ~~ HSOA (Healthy Steps for Older Americans) Program. This year the Maple Street & the Annville Senior Center are doing this program together at the Maple Street Building. Reminder: This is a FREE program for all 50+ that includes a FREE meal.

 

Thursday March 13th ~~ Bus Trip to the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre for “Dixie Swim Club”

 

Wednesday April 1st (April Fool’s Day) ~~ Our Annual Easter Hat Parade with Entertainment by Debi Wahl

 

Saturday April 25th ~~ 30th Anniversary Party, “Dancing to the oldies” with Mickey Santora. Will be held at the Maple Street Location.

 

Please make note of our Bus Trip Policy for payment/cancellation policies.

Cancelations after the listed date are not refundable.

If a bus has all seats reserved, a waiting list is started in the event of cancelations.

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance for these trips. If you have ANY questions regarding our trips, please feel free to contact us at your convenience.

 

All trips scheduled through the Annville Senior Center are rated for physical difficulty. These trips are designed for seniors. If you have limitations in traveling, we suggest taking a travel partner with you.

Scale:

Limited physical activities required-Small distance walking, most of trip is seated (i.e. Dinner theatres).

Mild physical activities required – Limited walking with benches or seating available and elevators available in place of stairs (i.e. Indoor tours of museums).

Moderate physical activities required –Longer walking and/or several stairs up/down required (i.e. City tours, baseball games, annual picnic at Levitz Park).

Extensive physical activities required – Long periods of walking, many stairs, and limited areas for seated breaks (i.e. Fairs, gardens).

 

For additional information or answers to any questions, please call the center at 867-1796 or visit us – we are located at 200 S. White Oak St., Annville, in the basement of Christ Church United Church of Christ.

 Please check with the center when payment for any trips you are interested in is due, as this varies.  Also, we ask that all people going on a trip, to please be at the pickup area 15 minutes before the bus is scheduled to depart.

Thank you for your cooperation in these matters.

SHANNON McMINN, CENTER MANAGER 

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