Senior Programs for This Quarter

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ART MENDS HEARTS

DATESTIMEPLACECOST
Thursday,Jan. 14th
10a - 10:30amOnline
Free

Join us as we explore the healing benefits of making art, especially in today’s climate.

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 Meeting Link:  https://bit.ly/3qfzPXh 

Meeting/Event Number: 178 477 8108 

Meeting/Event Password: myUuEF3d25B

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GET FIT, DON'T SIT

DATETIMEPLACECOST
Thursday, Feb. 11th
10a - 10:30amOnline
Free

Learn about some aerobic and muscle building exercises that are easy to do in your home or office, without expensive equipment.

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 Meeting Link:  https://bit.ly/37lR8xl 

Event Number:  178 818 4916 

Meeting/Event Password:  wBcHVMvm377

 To join through AUDIO/PHONE: U.S. Toll-Free Number:  1-866-240-1897 Access Code (Required): 178 818 4916

JUST BREATHE

DATETIMEPLACECOST
Thursday, March 11th
10am
Online
Free

Learn how focusing on your own breathing can help you deal with stress, anxiety, and negative emotions.

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 Meeting Link:  https://bit.ly/33uto96

 Meeting/Event Number:  178 910 4068

 Meeting/Event Password:  WJmdSjpi783

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SOUP FOR SENIORS FOOD DRIVE

Join us as we will be collecting canned soups, peanut butter and crackers the month of January to provide a hot meal to seniors over the age of 50. You can make a difference in your community by starting a soup drive in your church, business or organization of which you are a part of or donating a few cans on your own. Then the week of February 1-5, 2021simply deliver your collection to the Essig Recreation Center, located at 295 Technology Drive in Rocky Mount. All items collected will then be put into reusable cloth bags provided by Franklin County Office of Aging and distributed into the homes of elderly citizens here in Franklin County. The more we collect the more we can serve.