Carolyn’s Corner Book Club
The Book Club, led by Brenda Jackson, meets on the first Thursday of each month from 9:30 am until 11 a.m. at the Lexington Senior Center. The book for March is The Waters of Crystal Lake by Melissa Davis Baize. Melissa is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and lives in Georgetown, Kentucky. She will be in attendance at the March book club discussion on March 5.

Senior Living
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1-2-3-4 Who do we appreciate
Residents and guests had a fun filled evening at Sayre Christian Village with a pep rally. The UK Cheerleading Squad, the Wildcat Mascot, and the acoUstiKats put on a special performance with lots of cheering and laughing.

Grandparents as Parents
The annual Grandparents as Parents conference is coming back on Thursday, March 19 at 8 am at the Clarion Hotel. The keynote speaker for this year’s conference is Dr. Malcolm Smith, director of The Courage to Care Project, a national research project and training center for 5th – 9th graders.

Lexington Senior Center Dance Team hits big with halftime show
Lexington Senior Center’s Dance Team, known as the Prime Time Dancers, performed at halftime during a recent University of Kentucky Women’s basketball game. The group of 14 women danced to music by Paul McCartney with canes before the routine turned into a hip-hop performance that the audience loved.

Senior Living
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Dine for a purpose
Liberty Ridge Senior Living held a three-course fundraising meal to help them raise money for upgrades to the Liberty Ridge Salon. They had pianist Spencer Cook playing beautiful music while guests enjoyed their delicious meals.

i Know Expo
The i Know Expo is coming back to the Lexington Senior Center on April 18. Since 2013, Lexington has been home to this unique senior living expo that offers a one-stop-shop, one-day event that invites guests to address senior issues like financial planning, transportation, aging in place, housing, and more. The expo is filled with information about the services, resources and support available to make the rest of life the best of life.


Mar 3      Downsizing Lunch and Learn, 11:30 am, Richmond Place Senior Living

Mar 3      Compassionate Circle with Sayre Christian Village, 2 pm, Baunta Chapel (3816 Camelot Dr.)

Mar 3      China Painting, 1:30 pm, Bell House

Mar 6      Parkinson’s Support Group, 3:30 pm, Morning Pointe of Lexington (233 Ruccio Way)

Mar 7      Federal Employee Retirement Workshop, 10 am, Griffin Gate Marriott Resort

May 7     Sayre Christian Village 2020 Vision Silent Auction and Dinner, 6:30 pm, Griffin Gate Marriott Resort and Spa

Mar 12    Dementia: What’s Available Now and In the Future?, 5:30 pm, Morning Pointe of Lexington (233 Ruccio Way)

Mar 13    Family Caregiver Workshop, 9 am, Alzheimer’s Association (Palumbo Dr.)

Mar 14    Interactive Spine Workshop, 10 am, Tony Delk IMAC Regeneration Center

Mar 19    Grandparents as Parents Conference, 8 am, Clarion Hotel

Mar 25    BonWorth Style Show, 11 am, Sayre Christian Village

Mar 26    Lunch and a show, 8:30 am, meet at Lexington Senior Center

Mar 27    Yard Sale, 10 am, Richmond Place Senior Living call for details 859.268.3405)

Mar 31    Meet the Expert with President of Asbury Theological Seminary, 1:15 pm, Sayre Christian Village

April 18   iknowexpo, 10 am – 2:30 pm, Lexington Senior Center



This article also appears on page 19, 20, and 21 of the March 2020 print edition of Hamburg Journal.

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