Rehoboth Council on Aging

Monday-Thursday: 8 AM to 4 PM

Fridays: 8 AM to 12 Noon

Kitchen: Mon-Thurs 8 AM to 4 PM

Closed Weekends and Holidays

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CRIBBAGE

Mondays at 9:30 AM    


TAI CHI CLASS

Tuesdays at 9 AM    

Cost: $3 


LINE DANCING

Tuesdays at 10 AM  

Cost: $3


SEWING AND QUILTING GUILD

Tuesdays at 10:30 AM  


CORE CLASS

Tuesdays at 2 PM

Cost: $3


ART CLASS

Wednesdays at 10:30 AM

Cost: $4 


HI-LOW JACK

Wednesdays at 12:30 PM


CHAIR YOGA

Thursdays at 9 AM

Cost: $3


ZUMBA

Thursdays at 10 AM

Cost: $3


MEN’S MORNING COFFEE

Fridays at 9 AM


KNITTING & CROCHETING

Fridays at 10 AM

Veterans Services - Call 508-252-2247, ext. 3122

Council on Aging Board  - 3rd Wednesday at 6 PM

Senior Citizens Club - 1st/3rd Thursdays at 1:30 PM

Best is Yet to Come - Call 508-252-4602

REHOBOTH LEGISLATORS:       Senator Paul Feeney         Rep. Steven Howitt

HEALTH VISITS


Podiatry Clinic

With Dr. Marian Markowitz.  Appointments start at 10 AM on select dates.  Call 508-252-3372.


Health Clinic

(Blood Pressure/Blood Glucose)

Third Thursday of the month from 10 AM to 12 PM. Basic screenings are offered free of charge.


Rehoboth TRIAD

Programs

Free 911 cell phones

File of Life

Are you OK? Program

Project Lifesaver

Yellow Alert

Propane Plus


EVENTS

and

NEWS


from the

Gladys L. Hurrell Rehoboth

Senior Center

&

Rehoboth

Council on Aging

ACTIVITIES CALENDAR

free unless otherwise noted

CENTER CLOSED:

Wednesday, July 4

Independence Day Holiday


Thursday, June 7

12 PM

REHOBOTH SENIOR

CITIZENS CLUB MEETING

This social and charitable organization helps seniors in Rehoboth have a better life. New members always welcome!


Tuesday, June 12

9 AM

REHOBOTH TRIAD MEETING

New members always welcome. This group is a cooperative effort of local seniors, public safety and the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office.


Thursday, June 14

1 PM

THE BEST IS YET TO

COME MEETING

New members always welcome! Annual dues are $6 per person for many great activities throughout the year.


Thursday, June 21

12 PM

REHOBOTH SENIOR

CITIZENS CLUB MEETING

This social and charitable organization helps seniors in Rehoboth have a better life. New members always welcome!


Rehoboth Senior Center

JUNE NEWS


WE STILL NEED COTTON, FLANNEL, YARN

If you have some printed cotton or flannel fabric around, please consider donating it for our ongoing pillowcase project.  We make colorful, cheerful pillowcases/belonging bags for the pediatric patients at Sturdy Hospital. Yarn is used to make baby and chemotherapy hats.


FOOD DONATIONS FOR ANIMAL ADVOCATES

The non-profit Rehoboth Animal Advocates (RAA) provides a Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) program to address feral cat colonies in town. Last year a total number of 145 cats and kittens were helped by the TNR program with over 70 adopted or in foster care.  RAA is committed to the care and support of abandoned and neglected animals, and to the assistance of shelter animals. Fundraising is a priority to cover the expense of cages, food, supplies and neutering.  Animal food donations are now being accepted at the senior center.

Rehoboth Senior Center

Veterans Services Officer          508-252-4467, ext. 3122

SENIOR CENTER PHONE EXTENSIONS:  Main Number 508-252-3372   Front Desk Ext. 4011

Linna Sherman Ext. 4012 -  Adm. Asst. Ext. 4015  -  Brad Marshall Ext. 4017  - Meal Site Ext. 4010

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION INFO

Registration is required for all programs.  All activities have a

sign-up sheets at the Center.

Please call 508-252-3372.

Gert Messier and
Dr. Bruce Thayer having fun in the kitchen as they mix up homemade applesauce cake for Gert’s Cafe on Mondays at the Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center.

Rehoboth resident

John Souza,Sr.

celebrates his 90th birthday with a farmer theme cake at the Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center.