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WE NO LONGER HAVE APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE FOR TAX DROP-OFFS AND ARE NOW FULL FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE TAX SEASON.

 

Click here to view the Remembering our Heroes video on the Battle Of Camden:  https://youtu.be/0VIBLuj4THs

SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER EXPANDS MEAL PICKUP SERVICES

The New Hanover County Senior Resource Center will temporarily expand the number of locations for drive-thru lunch options for senior customers who participate in the congregate program and those age 60 or older. Current registered senior participants and new participants are encouraged to pick-up a carryout lunch at the following locations and times:

  • Senior Resource Center (2222 S. College Rd. Wilmington, NC) Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Castle Hayne Baptist Church (4544 Parmele Rd., Castle Hayne, NC) Monday-Friday 12-1 p.m.
  • Veterans Park Soccer Field Parking Lot (835 Halyburton Memorial Pkwy, Wilmington, NC)  Monday-Friday 12-1 p.m.

Participants are encouraged to call at least one day prior to reserve a meal pick-up at 910-798-6420. Please provide the date and location of the meal you are requesting. The Senior Resource Center will continue operating the Home Delivered Meals Program for its registered homebound participants.

 

  • The Senior Resource Center, including the Castle Hayne satellite site, will be closed for general recreation activities beginning Monday, March 16 because we serve the most at-risk population for COVID-19.  Senior Resource Center staff will provide a drive-thru and lunch delivery service for those who utilize nutrition services, and will continue operating the Home Delivered Meals Program.
  • The Senior Resource Center’s critical services will continue, including one-on-one social work and SHIIP services, as well as medical and non-medical transportation services.  As much as possible, these services will be provided in one-on-one settings and by phone. Customers are encouraged to call ahead for services to 910-798-6400. 
  • At this time, the Board of Commissioners, Planning Board, and most other official government meetings will continue as scheduled. The county is working on modifications to continue public meetings as well as other teleconferencing capabilities, in order to abide by the guidance of having no more than 10 people congregated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blood Pressure screenings: Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, then again on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 9am to noon. Also every 4th Wednesday from 10am to 11am. 

The construction renovation project is being completed in phases. Some classes, clubs, groups and activities have been moved off-site. Always be sure to contact your group leader/class instructor directly to get the latest information (using email/phone information provided in the calendar) on the day/time/location of your class or activity.

We have a Department of Social Services caseworker located on site at the Senior Resource Center! The DSS caseworker will be available to take applications for Adult Medicaid and the Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) programs. In addition, they will be offering case management, such as changing addresses, assisting with benefit recertification, and case status updates. The DSS case worker will be located at the Senior Re-source Center, in the SHIIP office, on the following days and times: Mondays from 1:30-5:00 or on Wednesdays from 8:00-5:00.

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COMBO CLASS! This class combines exercise movements with line dance steps. The best of both worlds. Please join us on Wednesdays at 10am or Fridays at 11:30am. If you have questions about the class, call Sharon Dixon at  386-7110. 

AFTERNOON TAP Wednesday afternoons at 2:30pm. Learn basic tap steps and routines. You can find out about performance group participation too.

Geri-Fit exercise class at the Castle Hayne Baptist Church – It will be held on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Monday of the month at 9:30am. The address is 4544 Castle Hayne Road, it is 1/2 mile north from the intersection of North College Road and Blue Clay Road.   Geri Fit is for seniors age 60 and older. No charge however contributions are welcomed and appreciated. We will do light aerobics, stretching, balancing, hand weights for muscle building, and practice our deep breathing. We take hydration breaks so please bring water. Each class is 45 minutes long. Hope to see you there!      

Specific Intensity Levels for the Tai Chi for Arthritis Classes

Tuesday’s Tai Chi Classes will be:      9am  Beginners,       10am  Advanced  

Wednesday’s Tai Chi Classes will be:      12:15pm  Beginners,      1:15pm  Intermediate

                               

Evening fitness class – We meet every Thursday starting at 5:45pm here at the Senior Resource Center. We will do light aerobics, stretching, balancing, hand weights for muscle building, and practice our deep breathing. A complete workout. We take hydration breaks so please bring water. See you soon!

Gentle Yoga for Bone and Back Health is a mat/chair yoga class designed for people who are experiencing back issues, have been diagnosed with Osteopenia/Osteoporosis, or have difficulty getting up and down off the mat.  The cost for this class is $5 per class. For information on days and times, contact Annette Crumpton at 910-617-2011. Space is limited so please check with Annette for enrollment status.

Contributions to support Title III-D EBHP classes such as Geri-Fit,  Tai Chi for Arthritis, and Matter of Balance are encouraged and always appreciated. 

Our library is overflowing; at this time we are not accepting contributions of books or magazines, thank you. 

We have had several contributions of Feeding Tube Products in the past. Unfortunately, we cannot use these items or give them away to Center participants. These products are not like Ensure or Boost drinks. As far as other contributions, we have plenty of books, magazines, and jigsaw puzzles. Please take contributions of these items to the Seamen’s Center, Goodwill, or Salvation Army. We cannot accept donations of VHS tapes or board games. We cannot use scraps of quilting material, but we can use yarn…..  certain types/colors/thicknesses work best. Please call 798-6406. Thank you.

 

BRIDGE –   Monday Duplicate Bridge, 686-5554   /   Tuesday Intermediate Contract Rubber Party Bridge, 367-6739  /  Wednesday Bridge, 399-8306

OTHER OFF-SITE BRIDGE INFORMATION: 452-3057, 799-4287, 763-4079, 681-3715, or 232-2754. Anyone at these numbers should be able to tell you several different places around Wilmington to play, including the facility at the Government Center. They also should know of any local bridge lessons. 

On the first Wednesday of each month we have a one-hour program that lets seniors know about upcoming opportunities for trips and travel. Most of these trips are in VA, NC and SC but there are others. If you want to learn about upcoming trips please join us at 11am on the first Wednesday of each month in Craftroom 2. NOTE: No meetings here at the Center until after renovations are complete. These are not Senior Center sponsored trips. We do not know ahead of time what trips are planned or any future destinations.  For any questions about travel, please call – – – – –910-791-0554   Email: richtours@ec.rr.com

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