Tifton Gazette

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October 2, 2012

Your Agenda for 10/2

TIFTON — Meeting

TIFTON — The Golden Age Club will meet at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Leroy Rogers Senior Center.  Kay Ellis will speak on Literacy. Visitors can make reservations for lunch by calling Doris Blanchard at 388-9963.   Lunch cost is $5.

Health Fair

TIFTON — Leroy Rogers Senior Center will hold a Community Health Fair from 9 a.m. until 1p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. Free flu shot to the first 30 people. Come and enjoy fun, health-related resources, medical assistance, weight management, door prizes and a complimentary lunch with Ask the Doctors — Dr. Benjamin Hess and Dr. Kristin Gore. Flu Shots available for $20. Will file insurance for Medicare or Medicaid clients.

DVD's Available

TIFTON — Tifwilar Reunion DVDs are available from the 2012 TIFWILAR Reunions. Call Fran Kinchen at 391-3922.

Bowling 4 Seniors and Raffle Tickets

TIFTON — The Leroy Rogers Senior Center and Bowling 4 Seniors are selling raffle tickets for the second annual "Bowling 4 Seniors" tournament to be held Oct. 13. Tickets are $2 or three for $5. First prize will be $500, second prize will be $250. The tournament will benefit older adults and people with disabilities in Tifton and the Southern Georgia Regional area.

Savannah and River Street Trip

TIFTON — The Leroy Rogers Seniors will travel to Georgia’s oldest city Oct. 30. A guided tour conducted on a deluxe motor coach of the historic district will highlight the history including churches, cemeteries, homes and famous squares. A special lunch will be included at the world-famous Paula Deen’s Lady and Sons Restaurant. The afternoon will be highlighted with a visit to River Street for free time to shop or enjoy the waterfront. Cost is $99, space is limited. Deadline is Oct. 15. For more information or to reserve a seat call Fran Kinchen at 391-9299.

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