South Iredell Senior Center – May Events

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202 North Church St., Mooresville, NC 28115 (704) 662-3337. For transportation

call 704-663-5112. The Center’s monthly activities are also posted on the Better

Business Bureau’s website: and on Lake


Table Tennis Lessons

Have you always wanted to learn how to play table tennis and the rules that apply?

Here’s your chance, Tom Miller will be at South Iredell Senior Center on Tues., May 1

from 2-3 p.m. for anyone serious about learning the game of table tennis. Cost is $5 per

person at the door. Table tennis is a sanctioned event by North Carolina Senior Games

and is offered every spring as a competitive event by Iredell Senior Games.


Mooresville History (a FREE presentation open to the public)

Everyone is invited to join Cindy Jacobs at South Iredell Senior Center as she educates

and shares artifacts on Mooresville’s History, Tues., May 1 at 2 p.m. Enjoy the

photographs, post cards, memories and exhibits of Mooresville people, places and events

from 1873-1957.


Gift for a Gift Bingo

Bring a prize and enjoy a morning of playing bingo and refreshments on Tues., May

1, 8, 22 and 29 at South Iredell Senior Center from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Each person

is to donate an item toward the game in order to play. Feel free to bring your favorite

refreshment to share. Whether playing bingo or not, all bingo prize donations are

appreciated and help to make the game that much more fun.


Perfect Posture for Perfect Health

Dr. Cedermark, chiropractic & board eligible chiropractic neurologist, with Statesville

Chiropractic Clinic, will be at South Iredell Senior Center on Fri., May 4 at 11:30 a.m.

to conduct a workshop on spine health. The program will consist of learning how poor

poster can cause pain and discomfort, how chiropractic works, and exercises that can

help your nervous system. A FREE spinal alignment screening will be held as part of the

workshop. A light lunch will also be included. Please RSVP with a $1 donation to South

Iredell Senior Center. Donations go to help support the Senior Center’s health promotion

programs. Space is limited.


Iredell Senior Games Celebrates the Human Spirit

Attention all adults age 55+! It’s time for the annual Iredell Senior Games. The games

kickoff on Friday, May 11 with breakfast and opening ceremonies held at the Statesville

Fitness & Activity Center. Competition events will start that afternoon with swimming,

and run through May 29. Events include: bowling, billiards, table tennis, golf, swimming,

horseshoes, shuffleboard, tennis, bocce, bean bag, archery, cornhole, cycling, fun walk,

disc golf, basketball shoot, badminton, pickle ball, and track & field. If you’re not into

sports then maybe art is your thing. Silver Arts include: heritage, visual, literary, and


performing. There is something for everyone. Senior Games is great fun and a good way

to meet new people and make new friends. The Games help you to keep your mind, body

and spirit fit. For more information about this year’s games or to volunteer call 704-878-

3429. Entry forms and event schedules are available at Statesville Recreation & Parks,

Mooresville Recreation & Parks, Iredell Senior Center, and South Iredell Senior Center.

Iredell Senior Games is sanctioned by the NC Senior Games, Inc. and sponsored by the

North Carolina Division of Aging. Call now, and get ready for the time of your life.

Hurry! Registration deadline is Mon., May 7, 2012. The Silver Arts showcase will take

place on Wed., May 23 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, and is

open for public viewing.


Rubber Stamping

Create unique one-of-a-kind greeting cards on Thurs., May 10 from 1-3 p.m. at South

Iredell Senior Center. Why not send a card that’s unique and one-of-a-kind? Come learn

how. It’s so simple! Every person will leave the class with at least one completed card.

The class will be instructed by Nancy McKay. The fee is $5 at the door and includes



FREE Popcorn & a Movie

Seniors are invited to enjoy complimentary popcorn and a movie at South Iredell Senior

Center on Fri., May 11 from 1-3 p.m. The movie showing will be “Perry Masson”. This

event is sponsored by Home Video Studio and Mooresville Historical Society.


Massage Therapy

A massage positively affects blood pressure, pulse, and skin temperature. It increases

lymph flow rate by 7-9 times. Massages are now available at South Iredell Senior Center.

The next sessions will be held on May 14 & 15. Appointments are required. Massage

therapy is particularly valuable for the problems associated with growing older. The

benefits of massage encompass conditions that may arise with age, such as: muscular

stiffness, arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, and respiratory problems such as asthma and

emphysema. Massage encourages circulation, decreases muscular stiffness, and helps

to decrease inflammation that may rest in the joints. Careful massage can help provide

the elderly with symptomatic relief and enable seniors to extend the vitality in their

lives. Senior rate is $20 for 30 minutes; $40 for 60 minutes. Call 704-662-3337 for an



Birthday Bingo

All seniors celebrating a birthday or not, are invited to play BINGO, win prizes, and

have refreshments on Tues., May 15 at 1:30 p.m. at South Iredell Senior Center. Yes,

there will be birthday cake and special recognition given to birthday ladies and gents. No

fees or registration. Sponsors are Dudley’s Home Health, Inc. and Lake Norman Home



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Service for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

The deaf and hard of hearing can now receive services from the DHHS Division of

Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at South Iredell Senior Center on May 17.

Services include: advocacy, information, counseling, skills development and tools for

deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and speech-impaired individuals and their families.

Telecommunications access for all through relay services and assistive technology

is available. Consultation and training is available for agencies, organizations and

businesses such as law enforcement, hospitals, 911 call centers, churches and hotels – so

that people with hearing loss may experience full access. For an appointment and more

information call 838-432-5335 voice or 828-432-5338 TTY.


Crafts with Carolyn

Former teacher, Carolyn Hillegeist will teach you the art of making a unique woven

placemat using decorative ribbons. All supplies are provided. The class will be held at

South Iredell Senior Center on Fri., May 18 from 10-11 a.m. Cost is $3 per person. Please

register by Wed., May 16 in order to plan for enough supplies.


Senior Luau Dance

Bring your leis and grass skirts, its Luau time at South Iredell Senior Center on Friday,

May 18 from 5:30–8 p.m. A demonstration of how to choose, cut and plant a pineapple

will be provided. Don’t forget to bring your favorite snack or finger food to share. Please

be sure to bring serving containers and utensils. Admission is $1. The Senior Center

provides all paper goods. The Dance is open to all senior adults. Caregivers are welcome.

Come have fun, learn to hula and many other types of dancing.


Single Seniors

The SISC Single Seniors group will meet on Mon., May 21 at noon at South Iredell

Senior Center. Following the meeting the group will have lunch at Isey Bells. The club

focuses on making new friends, going places together and having an all-around good

time. Come join us for great outings and fun activities! A covered dish luncheon is

planned for May 5. Please call the Senior Center for more information.



Yoga is a great way to stay healthy, strengthen and tone your body. Yoga at the South

Iredell Senior Center is taught by Debbie Wyatt, AFAA, Yoga certified instructor, every

Wednesday from 10-11 a.m. Cost is $30 for a six week class session. The next session

starts Wed., May 23. Payment and pre-registration is required by May 16. Call 704-662-

3337 for more information.


Book Discussion Group

Join a group of book lovers for a monthly book discussion. The group will meet on Tues.,

May 22 at 1 p.m. at South Iredell Senior Center. The reading assignment is any book by

Diane Mott Davidson. All book lovers are welcome to join in the discussion.


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FREE Cholesterol & Blood Sugar Screening

The amount of cholesterol in your blood is a good predictor of your risk for heart disease

and stroke. Lake Norman Regional Medical Center will provide free cholesterol and

blood sugar checks at South Iredell Senior Center on Tues., May 22 from 1 -2 p.m.

Don’t wait until it’s too late; know your cholesterol level and risk factor. No appointment



2012 Older Americans Month Celebration

Older Americans Month is celebrated each May to honor and recognize older Americans

for the contributions they make to our families, communities and society. This year’s

theme is “Never Too Old to Play” encouraging older Americans to stay engaged,

active and involved in their own lives and in their communities. In celebration of Older

Americans Month, South Iredell Senior Center will host a special luncheon program on

Fri., May 25 at noon. Space is limited. To attend, please RSVP to 704-662-3337 by May

18. The program guest speaker and luncheon is sponsored by Harbor Internal Medicine.


Musical Bingo & Comedy Show

Seniors are invited to come play musical bingo using classic song titles from song

snippets on Wed., May 30 from 1-3 p.m. at South Iredell Senior Center. Instead of

numbers on the card, there are song titles to cover. If you have the song title that is

playing on your bingo card, you put your chip down! Following the bingo fun, enjoy an

episode of the Dean Martin Celebrity Roast comedy show. Refreshments will be provided.

This event is being sponsored by Pinecrest. If you plan to attend please RSVP to 704-

662-3337 by May 28.


LAST CHANCE! Pigeon Forge & Smoky Mountains Show Trip Aug. 7, 8 & 9, 2012

Travel on a 55 passenger motorcoach to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee where you

will spend two refreshing nights in a Smoky Mountain area hotel. The first night you will

enjoy a delicious dinner and the brand-new Smoky Mountain Opry Show. This show

brings the heart and soul of music onstage with its fabulous high-energy entertainment,

featuring spectacular singing, outstanding choreography, and thrilling special effects.

On day two you will begin the day with the Country Jamboree Breakfast Variety Show

featuring the Blackwoods. You are in for a real treat when you meet this fabulous

family, with their distinctive blend of talents. The Blackwood family has won 8 Grammy

Awards, 27 Dove Awards, and 5 All American Awards. After a delicious breakfast sit

back and enjoy the harmonious sounds and hilarious comedy of the Blackwoods! This

afternoon, you’ll visit Historic Old Mill Square with its unique shops. In the evening, you

will have a fabulous meal and a theatrical extravaganza at the Hatfield-McCoy Dinner

Theatre, the Romeo and Juliet of the Mountains…with Blue Grass Country Music,

singing and dancing with hilarious comedy and fun. On day three following a continental

breakfast, your morning will be brightened with the Patty Waszak Show. This talented

entertainer will wow you by playing an array of 30 instruments and fun-filled tunes. Join

us for this fun-filled trip and the cool breeze of the Smoky Mountains. Cost is $249 per

person based on double occupancy only. If you wish to go a $20 deposit per person

made out to SISC MUST be paid by May 31.

AARP Chapter


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Meets at 2 p.m. the 4th Tuesday of every month, at South Iredell Senior Center. You do

not have to be an AARP member to attend. Visitors and new members are welcome!


Are You Struggling to Read the Small Print?

There will be a free Low Vision Clinic on Fri., May 18 and June 22 at South Iredell

Senior Center provided by Metrolina Association for the Blind. Dr. N. Elaine Osborne,

OD, and the low vision staff aboard the Mobile Low Vision Clinic will provide low

vision evaluations. There is help if you or your loved one is losing their vision. For

more information or to schedule an appointment, contact Maggie Edmunds, MAB Case

Manager for S. Iredell County 704-887-5100.



Every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon, seniors who love art gather at South Iredell

Senior Center to share ideas, friendship and their desire to paint. They enjoy helping

newcomers develop their art skills or learn new ones. Come join us for some fun art. We

love to share our passion for painting.


Assistive Devices

Assistive Devices are available through South Iredell Senior Center’s loan closet, such

as walkers, bath benches, wheelchairs, etc. If you are a senior and in need of an item or

know of someone who is, please check with the Center for a listing of items available to

be loaned. There is no charge and you use the item for as long as you need it! For details

call 704-662-3337.


Basic Plus Line Dancing

Line Dancing is an excellent way to have fun while you exercise your body and mind.

The “Footloose” line dance class at South Iredell Senior Center offers “basic plus”

instructions. The class is led by Ethel Mercer every Thursday from 2-4 p.m. No fee!


Beginner’s Table Tennis

Come learn the game of table tennis and get a great workout for FREE. The game is lots

of fun and helps you burn up those unwanted calories. There is no charge for the class.

Participants meet at South Iredell Senior Center every Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. Table

tennis is a sanctioned event by North Carolina Senior Games and is offered every spring

as a competitive event by Iredell Senior Games.


Bible Study

Every Thursday at 10 a.m. a wonderful group meets at South Iredell Senior Center for

Bible Study. The group is led by Lorra Lee Holshouser. Newcomers are welcome.

Please join us.


Blood Pressure Screenings at South Iredell Senior Center

1st Monday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. provided by Lake Norman Regional Medical Center

2nd Thursday from 12-2 p.m. provided by Home Instead Senior Care

3rd Wednesday from 10 a.m. – noon provided by Gentiva Home Health

4th Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. provided by Lake Norman Regional Medical Center


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Card Games

Calling all card players! Pinochle, Mah Jongg, Cards and Chat, Rummi Kub, Bridge,

Poker, Hand and Foot, and Canasta are just some of the card games played at the Senior

Center. We would love to have you join in the games. Check with South Iredell Senior

Center for playing times and more information.


Crochet Class

If you are interested in being part of a crocheting group or learning how to crochet, join a

crochet group at South Iredell Senior Center every Monday from 10 a.m.-noon. The class

enjoys great fellowship while working on a variety of projects. No Fee!



Learn how to do hand embroidery and needlework for FREE with ladies at South Iredell

Senior Center as they enjoy each others’ company and share their talents. Whether you

are a beginner or just looking to join the group, we would love to see you at 1 p.m. every



Folk Art Sewing

This sewing class is open to anyone interested in sharing in the art of sewing. The class

meets at 9 a.m. at South Iredell Senior Center on the 1st Monday of every month and is

led by Judee Lefler. Newcomers welcome!


FREE Senior Counseling Services & Enrollment Assistance (by appointment)

Legal Aid of NC services. Call 1-877-579-7562 to schedule an appointment – Region F.

Long-Term Care Counseling is offered the 3rd Tuesday of every month.

Senior Legal Services and Counseling is offered the 1st Wednesday of every month.

Nursing Home & Assistive Living counseling the 3rd Tuesday of every month.

Social Security on-line enrollment is offered M-F 8 a.m. -5 p.m.

Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) – Medicare and Insurance

Counseling. Volunteer counselors trained by the NC Dept. of Insurance provide free

individual assistance to people who are Medicare eligible. Counselors advise about

Medicare, Medicare Part D, Low-Income Subsidy Assistance, Medicare supplements,

Medicare Advantage, long – term care insurance, assist with billing problems and

Medicare fraud and abuse. Call 704-873-8568 for an appointment.

All counseling service and enrollment assistance is held at South Iredell Senior Center

by appointment. There is no fee, but donations are appreciated. A Hispanic speaking

interpreter to assist with these counseling services can be available upon request. For

more information call South Iredell Senior Center.


Knitting, Crochet & Crafts

Every Thursday from 1-3 p.m. led by Carol Steinmetz. Everyone is welcome!


Legal Services

Legal Aid of NC is available at South Iredell Senior Center to provide free legal services

to older adults. An appointment is required, call toll free 1-877-579-7562 M-F 9-11

a.m. and 1-3 p.m. To qualify for services at NO FEE, tell the person answering the


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phone that you are a senior from Region F. They will schedule an appointment for you

at South Iredell Senior Center with Lawyer, Shazia Keller. She handles wills, advanced

directives, landlord/tenant issues, public benefits, consumer issues such as bankruptcy,

and unemployment benefits. This is a one-on-one legal counseling session.


Line Dancing

It’s high time you kicked up those heels and let the fun take over your weekly exercise

program. Yes, a workout can be fun! You’ll enjoy a variety of music surrounded by

friends as you exercise to the beat. The line dancing class is led by Kathy Strantz every

Wednesday at 1 p.m. at South Iredell Senior Center. The best part is there’s no cost. You

won’t believe how good you’ll look and how much better you’ll feel.


Mah Jongg

It’s not just a game! Mah Jongg is definitely a social outing where laughs and

commiserations are shared. In part, it’s the camaraderie, but there is something else,

something unexplainable about the game, that bonds people. Some have summed up the

version of the centuries old Chinese tile game as a, ‘rummy-like game played with tiles

rather than cards.’ With unique rules and personal strategies one keeps to oneself. The

goal is to match your “hand” with one of several different types of “hands” on a National

Mah Jongg League card. There are 152 tiles played in one game, each player starting

with 13 tiles. The player’s tile combination constantly changes because he or she either

picks new tiles or, takes those discarded by another player. To win, a player must match

up 13 tiles and then pick a 14th tile to complete the “hand.” “Defensive playing,” where

you try to figure out what someone else is playing and hold those tiles back is part of

the game. And another interesting aspect is you don’t play with a partner. If you make a

wrong decision, it’s your wrong decision. If you win, it’s all because of you! Once you

learn the game, it becomes addictive. So if you’re looking for a fun, stimulating, social

game, Mah Jongg is just the game for you. The group meets every Wednesday at 9:30

a.m. at South Iredell Senior Center. Come learn Mah Jongg according to the National

Mah Jongg League rules, for the beginner or experienced player.


Men’s Billiards

Every Tuesday at 9 a.m. come join the guys in a good game of pool. It’s a fun game that

can bring out the competitiveness in everyone. It’s also a great way to stay in practice for

Senior Games. The billiards room is available to senior adults as an open activity through

out the week. Call for specific times.


Men’s Cards

Gather up those good old boys and come join in a game of cards the 1st, 3rd. & 5th

Tuesday of every month at 2 p.m. Bring some good jokes and your best poker face!


Mexican Train

A form of dominos meets every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. and yes, you do actually hear

the train whistle. Its lots of fun. You are sure to have a blast!


Mooresville Centerpiece Quilters’ Guild


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Meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 10 a.m. at the South Iredell Senior Center, 202

N. Church St. Visitors are welcome. For information call Jean Cable 704-929-1170.


Need Information and Assistance?

The South Iredell Senior Center provides Information and Assistance for the following,

note *services provided directly by the Senior Center/ICOA: Adult Day Care/Day

Health, Adult Protective Services, Affordable Housing, *Caregiver Support Group/

Classes, *Disaster Preparation/Planning/Response, Emergency Food, Energy Assistance,

*Evidence-Based Health Programs *Fitness & Health Promotion, *Weight Loss &

Nutrition Education, *Health Screenings, Help for People with Disabilities, *Home

Delivered Meals, Home Health/Nursing Services, Home Repair/Modifications, Hospice

Care, *In-Home Aide Services, *Insurance Counseling, *Legal Services, Long Term

Care Facilities, Medicare/Medicaid, Medical Equipment, Mental Health Services,

*Prescription Assistance, *Recreation/Social Activities, Rehabilitation Services, *Respite

Care, Reverse Mortgage Counseling, *Self-Help/Support Groups, *Senior Games,

*Social Security Benefits, *Tax Preparation & Counseling, Telephone Reassurance,

*Training/Job Placement, *Transportation, *Volunteer Opportunities, Weatherization,

and more…please contact staff at the South Iredell Senior Center, 704-662-3337 for



Night Activities:

Table Tennis, Bridge and Dancing. Call the Senior Center for days and times. Don’t miss

out. Come join the fun! Other senior groups interested in meeting at night should contact

the Senior Center.


Odds & Ends Sale

South Iredell Senior Center has an odds and ends sale Monday through Friday from 8

a.m. – 5 p.m. Be sure to stop by and shop for some great deals. Remember, one person’s

junk could be another’s treasure. If you have items in good condition that you would like

to donate for the sale, drop them by the Senior Center. Please no books, clothes, or heavy

items. Used jewelry is very much needed. Donation forms are available for tax purposes.

Thanks for helping!


Readers Theatre Offers Free Entertainment

The SISC Readers Theatre is a fun and exciting group that love to perform in the

community for FREE as part of an outreach effort. They offer a wide range of

performances, some of which include funny but educational material that address such

issues as ageism, social security, medication safety, stereotyping, age discrimination

and other skits just to make you laugh. They even have a puppet show designed for kids

or anyone who’s interested in puppet theater. If you would like the Readers Theatre

Group to perform for your group or club, call South Iredell Senior Center 704-662-3337.

Skits and programs can be geared toward specific groups. Sponsors, new members, and

volunteers are encouraged to get involved with the Readers Theatre. No experience is

necessary. Come have fun, feel younger and be proactive in maintaining good mental

health. The Readers Theatre is led by Rodney Nall.


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Sit & Fit Chair Exercise

Are you exercising at least 2-3 times a week? Statistics show that as we age, we lose

muscle mass and bone density. The only thing we can do to slow this normal aging

process is do weight baring exercises. Get fit, build muscle, strengthen bones, and reach

out for good health. Join us every Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. during a chair

exercise workout at the South Iredell Senior Center. The class is free and open to any

senior adult interested. Participants should wear something comfortable that gives with

movement and bring hand weights or water bottles for weight bearing exercises. Did you

know that cardio physical fitness is the strongest factor in maintaining one’s cognitive

memory? To be well, you have to show up and actively participate.


Support Groups held at South Iredell Senior Center

*Stroke Survivor Support Group meets the 1st Thursday of each month from 1:30-3 p.m.

The group reaches out to individuals in the community and supports them in coming to

terms with how their life has changed and issues they face in every day life.

*Diabetes Support Group meets on the 4th Monday at 12 noon.

*Dementia Support Group meets on the 2nd Wednesday at 2 p.m. and is designed for

caregivers of individuals with dementia. Daycare provided upon prior request and

arrangement. These support groups are open to the community. This group is supported

by the Western Carolina Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.


Tai Chi

Tai Chi is designed to improve balance, increase range of motion, circulation and leg

strength, as well as decrease arthritic pain. Recommended by the Arthritis Foundation,

it’s good for the body, mind and spirit. Tai Chi may help some individuals to improve

high blood pressure, muscle tone, circulation, flexibility, aching backs and joints. Tai Chi

has even helped some to lose weight. Classes are instructed by Mike Gentile, a certified

physical trainer, AF instructor, and Reiki Master. Open Tai Chi classes meet at South

Iredell Senior Center every Monday from 11 a.m. – noon for advanced students and from

12:15-1:15 p.m. starting May 21 for beginners. Cost is $6 per person per class at the door.


Volunteers Needed

South Iredell Senior Center is in need of volunteers for the following: Readers Theatre,

Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) volunteer, outreach exercise

classes, Meals on Wheels delivery person, transportation to SISC, entertainers, greeters,

caller for bingo, SISC outreach, SISC scrap booking, friendly caller, Travel Club group

leader, Red Hats Society group leader, Coordinator for a Hip Hop Dance Group, SISC

Fundraiser events, and any volunteer willing to teach and share their talents with others.

Volunteer Instructors needed for: Learning to Live a Healthier Life, Healthy Changes

(Diabetes Self Management), Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program, Euchre card game,

cake decorating, art, candy making, clogging, small engine repair, intro to face book,

create your own web site, tap dancing, basket weaving, shuffleboard, and square dancing.

Volunteers are one of our greatest resources. You make the Senior Center GREAT!

Every volunteer and every effort is appreciated. Please come by the Senior Center front

desk if you can help.


Walk Away the Pounds


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Every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at South Iredell Senior Center, you can join an

enthusiastic group that will help you walk away your pounds or just walk for your health.

Come get fit! NO FEE! Come when you can, but the more often you attend the healthier

you’ll be and the more fit you will become!


Water Exercise

SISC water aerobics, back, arthritis workouts, and water walking exercise classes are

taught by certified instructors. Classes are open to all seniors age 60 or better with

priority given to Iredell County residents. Information on guidelines and fees are

available upon request. It is recommended that new participants observe their class of

choice before registering. Private lessons are also available for the disabled, visually or

physically impaired. Call the Senior Center for more detailed information.


Wish List

Items needed by the South Iredell Senior Center include: Two computers -2000 version

or newer, multi-media projector, table tennis robot, old cell phones (no chargers please),

free standing bulletin board, four sturdy easels, new billiard balls and cue sticks, stair

stepper, working sewing machines, new table cloths and kitchen hand towels, ribbon, silk

flowers, baskets, craft supplies, games, all cotton yarn and fabric, ½ yard + upholstery

fabric, hand-made crafts, gift wrap/bags, used jewelry, any kind of knick-knack items

for the odds & ends sale table, office supplies – copy paper, pens, pencils, paper clips,

staples, tape, highlighters, receipt books, post-it notes, etc. HP printer ink cartridges –

color # 23, 78 & 97, black # 45, 21, 15 & 96, others will be accepted as well. Donations

may be dropped off at the Senior Center Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. All

monetary donations are appreciated. Thanks to all who help support the Senior Center! A

donation form is provided for tax purposes.


Women’s Billiards

Every Monday at 2 p.m. a special time is set aside at the Senior Center for women to play

billiards together. It’s a fun game that can bring out the competitiveness in everyone. It’s

also a great way to stay in practice for Senior Games.



Taught by Jack Kreckman. This class is for men and women of any skill level. Beginners

are welcome. No experience necessary. The class meets every Friday from 9 a.m. – 12

noon. Beginners are taught from 9-11 a.m. Tools and materials are required, but can be

purchased through the instructor.


Writing Senior Memories

How many times have you said, “One of these days I’m going to write that story

down,” or “Someday I’m going to journal all those experiences to pass down to my

grandchildren,” and some day never seems to come? Joining a writing group can be a

great first step to helping yourself reach that goal, not to mention a lot of fun. Join in

every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. No experience necessary!


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