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On The Senior Scene - News and Events for Georgia Seniors

Bartow County Senior Center

Senior golfers belonging to the Bartow County Senior Center in Cartersville, Ga., travel to a local course every Thursday, departing from the centerís Zena Drive branch at 8 am. One of their favorite courses is the Calhoun Elks Golf Club. Among the other courses they visit are Indian Trace, Stonebridge, Fields Ferry, Spring Lakes and others. Pictured is Lowie Jones teeing off at the Elks Club as Mike Decker and Charles Simpson look on. The center welcomes all Bartow County seniors over the age of 50; membership is free, and the center is open Monday through Friday with many activities, events and trips for the active seniors in the Cartersville area. For information, call 770-387-5134 or 770-387-5166 or the 24-hour hotline at 770-383-7383. The center is online at www.bartowga.org under Community Services at the Senior Services link.

Powder Springs Senior Citizens Center

The Powder Springs Senior Citizens Center recently took a day cruise on the Southern Belle riverboat in Chattanooga, Tenn. Seniors were treated to a prime rib and Chicken Alfredo buffet with live entertainment. The Powder Springs Senior Citizens Center is located at 4181 Atlanta St., Bldg. #3 in Powder Springs. Hours are 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday-Friday. The center is closed holidays and for day trips. (Photo by Dee Chappell.)

Summer Concert at Senior Center

The Bartow County Senior Center held a summer concert benefiting Relay for Life on June 27. The headline act was one of the seniorsí all-time favorite professional vocalists, Miz Judy. Also, back for an encore performance at the center was the gifted young vocalist and guitarist, Kayla Destin. The seniors thoroughly enjoyed the talent, dancing and fellowship. The senior center provided snacks and refreshments.

The center welcomes all Bartow County seniors over the age of 50; membership is free, and the center is open Monday through Friday with many activities, events and trips for the active seniors in and around Cartersville. For information, dial 770-387-5134 or 770-387-5166. The center is online at www.bartowga.org under "Community Services" at the "Senior Services" link. There is also a 24 hour info-line: 770- 383-7383. 

Professional vocalist Miz Judy performing at the center. (Both photos are courtesy of Robert Edwards)

Guitarist and vocalist Kayla Destin
also performed.


Calendar of Events for Senior

Next Bite At Twilight: The Saga Continues
Through Nov. 2 at Agathaís a Taste of Mystery, dinner and a play, 161 Peachtree Center Ave., Atlanta. If youíve already been bitten once youíll definitely want to return for a second nibble. Visit www.agathas.com. Reservations: (404) 584-2255. Info: (404) 584-2211.

Craft Show - The Powder Springs Senior Citizens Center will have an indoor yard/arts & crafts sale on Friday and Saturday, November 4 and 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 4181 Atlanta St., Bldg. #3 in Powder Springs. Come out and support your senior citizens. For information, call 770-943-1555.

Craft Show - The 26th Annual Mt. Zion Craft Show will be held Friday, November 11 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday, November 12 from 9-4 at the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 1770 Johnson Ferry Road in Marietta. The show features 52 arts and crafts vendors, a silent auction, door prize, bake sale, casserole pool, (Saturday only), quilt drawing, pictures with the real Santa and fresh baked apple pies and cookies prepared throughout the show. The show is sponsored by the Mt. Zion United Methodist Women; all proceeds benefit local and church charities. There is no charge for admission. Info: 770-971-1465 or at the Mt. Zionís United Methodist Womenís website, www.mtzionumw.org.

  

 

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