Senior Center Activities


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CHESTERTOWN | A wide range of concepts for programming at a proposed Chester Senior Center were presented by local citizens recently Read more

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The Schroon Lake Senior Club — following an active July schedule of plays, dinners, picnics, shopping trips, and in-house activities — is planning a busy August filled with many interesting events. Read more

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The Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club Events Committee has planned events for March. Read more

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TICONDEROGA – The town is preparing to fund the hiring of another activities director to run the Adult Center at the Town Armory. Read more

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As we start thinking about the holiday season, why not give a loved one the gift of membership is one of the most active clubs in the Adirondacks - the Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club? Read more

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October is busy for the seniors at the Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club. The events committee met recently to plan activities for October for many varied interests. Read more

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The Clinton County Nutrition Program for the Elderly will be housed in the Peru Community Church Fellowship Center beginning April 7. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY — There’s a new place for senior citizens to dine in Middlebury. Read more

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TICONDEROGA — Local senior citizens recently participated in a pickleball clinic at the Ticonderoga Senior Center. Read more

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SCHROON LAKE – Mickey Caputo-Abbott held a ceramics painting class at the Schroon Lake Senior Center recently. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH/HOGANSBURG — The Town of Plattsburgh is sponsoring a senior trip to the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino in Hogansburg, on Nov. 5. Read more

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RAVNAH, the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice has been selected to participate in the Medicare Care Choices Model, announced by U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell. Read more

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Addison County senior meals... Read more

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The Events Committee met recently to plan events for August for the Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club. Read more


The Champlain Valley Senior Community, the North Country’s only enhanced assisted living and dementia care facility, will celebrate its second birthday with an open house and community-wide celebration on June 12th from 2-6 p.m. Read more

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Bolton Landing Farmer’s Market donated $125 to the Bolton Seniors from the funds they raised during their 2014 season. Read more

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The Events Committee of the Schroon Lake senior Citizens Club met recently to plan activities for June. Read more

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Retired, 82-year-old engineer Paul Crossman of Rutland has always been interested in law and order. Read more

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The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Essex County/RSVP is looking for one or two volunteers for the St. Armand Home Delivered Meal Program. Read more

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  • A packed house was on hand recently at the Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club for the monthly meeting and program. They were entertained by singers from Seagle Music Colony. Artistic director Darren Woods announced the summer program as they celebrate their 100th anniversary.

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    Pictured at left: Assemblywoman Janet L. Duprey (R,I-Peru) recently honored Franklin County Senior Terry Trudeau and presented him with a NYS Office for the Aging Outstanding Citizens Award in Albany. The award was presented in conjunction with the New York State Office for The Aging Senior Citizens’ Day Celebration at the Egg.“ I’ve been given the tremendous opportunity to get to know Terry, and he is the perfect example of everything the Outstanding Citizen Award represents,” said Duprey. “Not only did he courageously serve his country for over 20 years, he also served his community through multiple volunteer efforts and molded young minds as a teacher and school superintendent for much of his life. Terry is a decorated veteran, respected educator, and selfless volunteer, and I cannot imagine a more worthy combination of qualities for this award.”

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    Schroon Lake senior citizens recently went to Vermont to visit the Bennington Museum and the Grandma Moses display. After the museum, the group visited the Bennnington Monument, then had lunch at Bennington Station. Following lunch, they visited the Grandma Moses homestead. Pictured (from l to r) are: Jim and Marilyn Butler, Marion Bessette, Ellie Haff, Kathy Burdick, Sue Yoeckel, Brenda and Ed Donley, Don Searles and Dot Barry. The picture was taken by Ellie Searles.

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    A bus load from the Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club recently went on a thrift shop adventure in Burlington, Vt. Stopping at several thrift shops, the bargain hunters had a full day of shopping, stopping for lunch at the 99 Restaurant.

  • Former G.E. engineer Paul Crossman, 82, enjoys his retirement as a volunteer court observer, advocate, Rutland High School Class of 1951 leader, local historian, and Paramount Theatre usher.

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    The Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club recently held a Volunteer Appreciation dinner to a packed house. The dinner followed the monthly general meeting. President Don Searles and past president Marilyn Butler made certificate presentations to those who have volunteered for a number of years. Several non-Club members were also honored for delivering meals to shut-ins as well as those who drive the bus to various events.