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Senior Citizens Center

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

 

SENIOR CENTER UPDATE: 09/30/21

Hello Members and Friends,

October is an exciting month as we have reached Phase 4 of our reopening plan. This means that we are fully opened! Some of your favorite activities have returned and you will notice we have a few new ones! I’d like to highlight a few activities on the calendar for October:

• 11am on Mondays: Yoga is back! I know that some of you have gotten word and are excited that Kristy Matheson will be teaching the classes. Please remember your yoga mat!
• 10-11:30 am on Wed, Oct. 6th: Pharmacist Katie Perry with Germantown Pharmacy will be here giving flu shots. It’s free for anyone with Medicare and other insurances will be billed. Please remember to bring your insurance cards.
• Thursdays: You will notice that we’ve added a new game, Dominos, to the calendar. This is an easy, fun game played with tiles. Come try it out!
We also brought back Euchre, but it will be played during the afternoon instead of the evening. Mah Jongg has also returned with a great group of ladies who encourage you to come try it!
• Wed, Oct. 20th: At 10:30 am, we will get to watch a dog demo. Dog trainer, Rachel Hatton, will bring her dog and show how they are trained in scent work. Then, we’ll get to watch her dog in action! Afterwards at 11:30 am, we will enjoy the return of Ladies Tea Luncheon.
• 5:30 pm on Thurs, Oct. 28th: We are having a Fall Party. Dinner will be served at 5:30 pm and Phyllis Moyer and the Country Junction Band will perform from 6-7:30 pm. This will be a fun night; wear your dancing shoes!

In some other good news, I’d like to let you know that we are in the interviewing process for a new bus driver. Hopefully, we will have more exciting news soon!
Again, thank you for your patience and support during our closing and reopening process! It’s wonderful to see many of you active again and our participation growing!

Many blessings, Chenoa

 

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.
Programs:

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.

 

Join Us!

 

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 855-4191.



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