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Northern Brown Senior Center news

Come and greet your friends and neighbors at Northern Brown Senior Center. Help us celebrate April, May, June birthdays at our “birthday bash” June 15.

The entertainment will begin 10 a.m. with a local group called “The Solomon Run Boys”, which includes Paul Holden, Don Williams, Ken Houk, John Roark, Oscar Strong and Bill Shephard.

Followed by door prizes and lunch; pasta (spaghetti and alfredo sauces), salads and, of course, birthday cake.

Come join us for the party and on any Monday or Thursday to enjoy the educational enrichment and socialization.

NBSC serves older adults 55 and older and the disabled, at the edge of Appalachia, primarly from the three northern panhandle townships (Green, Perry, Sterling), of Brown County and the surrounding townships.

Chair exercise from the Arthritis Foundation is available 9:30 a.m. on Thursdays and NBSC offers these exercises and chair volleyball practice beginning 9:30 a.m. most every Thursday.

Indoor walking is also available on Mondays and Thursdays.

Special trips and activities may happen on the spur of the moment, so keep in contact for the changes.

Lunch is normally provided by the ABCAP Senior Nutrition for $2.50.

There are blood pressure screenings the first Monday of every month and is offered by the Brown County Health Department.

The last Monday of the month (most of the time), there is variety bingo.

All the other Mondays are educational enrichment activities, quilting, cards, parties, trips, etc., depending on the interests of the seniors.

Presently the center is looking for quilters.

Transportation is also provided for seniors with medical appointments and needs.

The center is located in Saint Martin’s Chapel Hall, Saint Angela Merici’s parish, located on the corner of Anderson State Road and state Route 251.

For more information and to RSVP for the party, contact Nancy Stegbauer at 513-875-2317 for a schedule of events.

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