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June 13, 2012

Baby Boomers and Beyond

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The Council on Aging annual Fourth of July party will be held at NECC, Elliott Street, on Thursday, June 28. George Whitehouse of A Goodtimes DJs will entertain. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Council on Aging. Contact Kathy or Rita at 978-374-2390.

A few tickets are still available for the Foxwoods trip planned for Wednesday, July 11. Cost is $30 and includes deluxe motorcoach transportation, buffet lunch and keno play. Contact Kathy or Rita at 978-374-2390 or kbresnahan@cityofhaverhill.com to make your reservation.

Garrison Par Three Golf Clinic for Seniors is in full swing. Join Ted Murphy and learn some techniques to improve your game. If you are a beginner, Ted will help you to learn the game and provide you with some tips as you develop your swing. In any case, you will have a great time and get in a round of golf. Cost of the clinic is $10 per person.

The Council on Aging trip to see the Tall Ships on July 2 is filling up fast. This trip is a good value and includes transportation to Boston and a 90-minute harbor tour for $62 per person.

On Wednesday, June 27, the Council on Aging has planned a trip to the Foxwoods Resort Casino for gaming and "A Tribute to Dino" by his son Ricci Martin. This trip is $62 per person and includes motorcoach transportation, show and casino bonus with buffet lunch.

The Council on Aging woodcarving class is held on Fridays at 9:30 a.m. It is lots of fun. Contact Kathy or Rita for additional information.

A new cribbage group has been formed at the Citizens Center, meeting Wednesdays from 9 to 11 a.m. on the balcony. Please stop by if you are interested.

Dominoes "Mexican Train" will be played at the Citizens Center on Thursdays at 10:30. If you are interested contact Kathy or Rita at the Council on Aging, 978-374-2390. An instructor will teach novice players. This game sounds like it is lots of fun and easy to learn.

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