Hamburg Senior News for November 2020
Find Your ‘Soil Mate’
Since 2018, Soil Mates Garden Club has created gardens at Liberty Ridge Senior Living.
“The first year we just did one garden; but we have expanded to 2 gardens for the last couple years. We design the plantings, then plant and care for the gardens throughout the summer months,” explains Joanne Fortson, who serves as the club’s secretary and historian.
Anyone who is interested in being a part of the club is welcome. Perspective members can email at email@example.com.
Richmond Place celebrated the 100th birthday of one of their residents, Ann Burns, with a car parade and cake.
Eat. Weigh. Move.
Lexington Senior Center offers a new interactive workshop on how to eat healthy, move more, and meet your weight loss goals. The 6-week workshop begins Friday, November 6 through December 18.
Morning Pointe receives book donations
Lexington Public Library recently donated over 200 books to the residents at The Lantern at Morning Pointe.
NOV 13 Diabetes Bingo hosted by Lexington Senior Center, online, 10 am
NOV 18 Take Out with Sayre at Chipotle Mexican Grill located at Fayette Mall, 4 pm
This article also appears on page 15 of the November 2020 print edition of Hamburg Journal.
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