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Senior Center: 12/9/16

Senior Center: 12/9/16


The Woodbridge Senior center is a hub of activity!  Join us for one of our upcoming programs – “Managing your Medications” on Tuesday, December 13th at 12:45 following our lunch program.  Lunch is $3.00.

On Tuesday, December 20th Pierce Campbell will entertain following our lunch program at 12:45pm.  Our New Year’s Party is December 27th with entertainer John Paolillo.

Drop in for our exercise program each Tuesday and Thursday at 10am for just $2.00 per class or join in a friendly game of pinochle, bridge or mahjong call for details.

  1. Woodbridge residents Debbie Fernbach and her husband Jonathan Bell speak with Assessor David Smernoff during the Antique Roadshow – Woodbridge Edition program at the Woodbridge Senior Center co-sponsored by the Woodbridge Library.  Mr. Smernoff is an expert in fine art and antiques.  The painting belonged to Fernbach’s uncle in Philadelphia and was passed down through her mother to her.  It is a pastel of European descent.  Other interesting pieces were abundant with some locals finding out that they owned small treasures!
  2. Harold Lindy of Rose D’Or Antiques and Appraisals examines a piece of pink jade from an early 20th century Chinese chess set that belongs to Woodbridge residents Charin and Rob Powers.  The chess set was a gift to Ms. Powers and she and her husband were fascinated to learn its history.  The event was supported by Brookdale Woodbridge with hors d’oeuvres and wine.  Another similar event will be held in the Spring.
  3. The Senior Center celebrated the birthday of six 90-year-old’s recently.  All of the seniors turned 90 in the last few months.  From left are Rose Schultz, Isabel Kratochvil, Larry Luciani, Julian Spector and Marie Gurrieri- not shown is Virginia Smith.
  4. Members of the Woodbridge Rotary Club along with Rotary member and Human Services Director Mary Ellen LaRocca, 2nd from right, show off the beautiful cake at the annual Holiday luncheon sponsored by the Woodbridge Rotary Club. Over 100 people attended the luncheon with entertainment provided by Karin Wagner.

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