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Senior Center

Germantown Senior Center
33 N. Cherry Street
Germantown, Ohio 45327
(937) 853-8900 (office)
(937) 855-3215 (fax)

The Germantown Senior Center in partnership with Promedica Hospice would like to invite all Veterans to our exceptional Veteran’s Breakfast at the Senior Center on Wed., Nov. 9th at 9:30 am.

The breakfast will consist of: Cinnamon french toast, eggs, bacon, sausage, seasoned tater tots, and Bob Evans biscuits & gravy!

Veterans, feel free to invite your spouse, child, or grandchild to attend with you.

Each Veteran will be honored during a special pinning ceremony.

Each Veteran who attends will receive an appreciation gift as well as a gift card.

Please RSVP to Chenoa by calling the Senior Center

@ (937)853-8900 by Nov. 7



Hello Members & Friends,

Make November a special time to think about all what you’re thankful for; make a list, write a special note or send a card to let someone know to brighten their day! I’m thankful for each of you, the senior center, family & friends, my pets, so many blessings and each new day I’m given!

We have a lot planned at the center in November so feel free to invite your friends and family to some of our activities and spend some extra time with them. If they’re not members and don’t want to join due to it being the end of the year, they can just pay a $5 fee to come to a lunch or activity.

A few events I’d like to mention are:

*The center will be closed on Nov. 8th due to the center being a polling location for the election. Remember to vote! We are also closed on Nov. 11th in honor of Veterans Day. We will be closed on Nov. 24th and 25th for Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!

*On Wed, Nov. 9, we will be honoring our Veterans during a breakfast at 9:30 am. All Veterans who come will receive a gift to show our gratitude for their sacrifice for our freedom. Please extend a special invitation to a Veteran you know! If you can, please let me know if you know of a Veteran who is attending! This is a free breakfast to honor our Veterans. Thank you to Promedica Hospice for helping sponsor this event!

*There will be two Medicare days at our Wed. Social Hour if you have any questions and would like to speak with someone: Dan Art with Humana will be here on Nov. 2 and local Dave Engle will be here on Nov. 16th.

*On Tues, Nov. 22, we want to invite our members to a Thanksgiving Luncheon with turkey, ham, and all the trimmings at 12 pm. Megan with Promedica is helping sponsor this event. Please RSVP!

To all my volunteers: November is a wonderful month to count your blessings! I want you to know I appreciate each one of you! I’m so thankful for you! Thank you for all the help you give me! Thank you for all you do for the center, and for your love, support, and friendship! I want you to know I greatly appreciate you! For our Volunteer Incentive Program, for the month of October, Carol Pasquel won the $25 first place gift card and Bev Cole won the $10 second place gift card. Stop by the center and collect your prize! Consider being a senior center volunteer!

I’d like for us to give a BIG THANK YOU to all the people/organizations that have supported the Center over the past month:

Megan Butcher at Promedica- Thank you for sponsoring our Men & Women’s Breakfast!
Kristy Matheson at Eldercare Connections– Thank you for coming and leading a yoga class!
Shannon from the Germantown Library- Thank you for coming and sponsoring a craft for us!
Fran Porter at Tapestry– Thank you for sponsoring prizes for Bingo!
Katrina Beculheimer at Bella Care Hospice- Thank you for sponsoring door prizes for our Fall Party!

I hope you all have a wonderful November and Happy Thanksgiving!





About Us

In 1996, German Township Trustees and the Municipality of Germantown worked together to build a senior center. Nelda and Bob Judy donated the property and a levy was passed.
The grand opening of the center was on April 15, 2000. Today the center continues to be a vital connection between the seniors and their community.

Our Mission

We advocate the well-being and dignity of all seniors by providing health, educational and recreational programs to assist them to lead independent and useful lives.

Health – Attend health seminars, health fairs, health screenings, and flu shot clinics. We also provide a Tues/Thurs congregate lunch program.

Educational – Attend classes or surf the internet in our computer lab. Listen to informational speakers on a myriad of topics.

Recreational – We have Euchre, Bridge, Bingo, Mah Jongg, Yoga, Chair Volleyball, Bible Study, specialty events, trips, outings for shopping and dining, theater, and museums. We also have a bus. We have many volunteer opportunities. The center is available for limited rentals as well.


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Annual Membership Fee

$10 per year for German Township or Germantown Residents

$25 per year for Non-Residents

Mail or drop off completed application along with check made payable to: Germantown Senior Center, 33 N. Cherry St., Germantown, Ohio 45327.  We can only accept checks, no cash please. Thank you!

For further information, please call the center at (937) 853-8900.

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