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ANNUAL SURVIVORSHIP PICNIC: The Mercy Health Foundation and Mercy Health Oncology is hosting the annual Survivorship Picnic from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 2 at the Eastwood Field, 111 Eastwood Mall Blvd., Niles.

Tickets include entry to the picnic, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers game that evening, and a $5 credit toward concessions. The survivor and guest will enjoy a picnic style meal, games, prizes and a tribute to our survivors.

Limited spaces are first-come, first-served. Call 330-965-5410 or email LAdorno@mercy.com. Leave a detailed message with name, phone number and if you are bringing a guest.

PERI WELCOMES CARUSO: The Public Employee Retirees will welcome guest speaker Joe Caruso, president of Compass Family and Community Services, June 6 at Avion on the Water Banquet Center, 2177 Western Reserve Road, Canfield.

Lunch will be served at noon for $15. There will also be a 50-50 raffle. Reservations are due by May 30, by calling Carol at 330-758-5239, Diane at 330-547-9612, or Mary Grace at 330-507-9718.

Chapter 18 welcomes all Ohio PERS retirees or soon to be retirees in the Tri-County area to attend. Information for membership can be obtained by calling Marilyn at 330-565-6913.

GATHERING PLACE EVENT: Heather Merritt will be guest speaker at the regular program Gathering Place event, 11 a.m. June 12 at Birds in Flight Sanctuary, 8095 Columbiana Canfield Road. If it is raining, the program will be held at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 550 North Broad St., Canfield.

Her topic will be the services and programs provided by the Birds in Flight Sanctuary. Bring a lawn chair. A box lunch will be provided.

This is a free community outreach social program offered to all senior citizens on the second Monday of every month. No reservations are required.

Contact person for these events is Woody Gingery at 330-360-0419 or church at 330-533-3531.

CENTER ACTIVITIES: Ohio Living Vivo Center, 201 Wick Ave., Youngstown; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about the center, call 234-232-7221, fax 234-413-2289 or visit ohioliving.org. Call in advance to sign up or make reservations for all programs and events. Events are subject to change.

SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM: Liberty residents 60 and older may sign up for the Liberty Township Senior Watch Program. Contact Marcy Orlando, police secretary, at 330-759-1315, or Joy, fire secretary, at 330-759-0363, Ext. 102.

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS: The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of the Mahoning Valley is looking for volunteers. For information, contact Leah at 330-480-0352, Ext. 3. RSVP is a national service program for individuals 55 and older who want to volunteer in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. These volunteers also will assist with community events.

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P.E.R.I. WELCOMES CARUSO: The Public Employee Retirees will welcome guest speaker Joe Caruso, president of Compass Family and Community Services, June 6 at Avion on the Water Banquet Center, 2177 Western Reserve Road, Canfield.

Lunch will be served at noon for $15. There will also be a 50 / 50 raffle. Reservations are due by May 30 by calling Carol at 330-758-5239, Diane at 330-547-9612 or Mary Grace at 330-507-9718.

Chapter 18 welcomes all Ohio PERS retirees or soon-to-be retirees in the tri-county area to attend. Information for membership can be obtained by calling Marilyn at 330-565-6913.

GATHERING PLACE EVENT: Heather Merritt will be guest speaker at the Gathering Place event 11 a.m. June 12 at Birds in Flight Sanctuary, 8095 Columbiana-Canfield Road. If it is raining, the program will be held at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 550 North Broad St., Canfield.

Her topic will be the services and programs provided by the Birds in Flight Sanctuary. Take a lawn chair. A boxed lunch will be provided.

This is a free community outreach social program offered to all senior citizens on the second Monday of every month. No reservations are required.

Contact person for these events is Woody Gingery at 330-360-0419 or the church at 330-533-3531.

CENTER ACTIVITIES: Ohio Living Vivo Center, 201 Wick Ave., Youngstown; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about the center, call 234-232-7221, fax 234-413-2289 or visit ohioliving.org. Call in advance to sign up or make reservations for all programs and events. Events are subject to change.

SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM: Liberty residents 60 and older may sign up for the Liberty Township Senior Watch Program. Contact Marcy Orlando, police secretary, at 330-759-1315 or Joy, fire secretary, at 330-759-0363, Ext. 102.

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS: The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of the Mahoning Valley is looking for volunteers. For information, contact Leah at 330-480-0352, Ext. 3. RSVP is a national service program for individuals 55 and older who want to volunteer in Mahoning and Trumbull counties.

PROGRAM FOR SENIORS: ACTION and MYCAP, along with Christ Centered Church, host Seniors Offering Services for men and women 65 and older. Three days a week, seniors participate in virtual programs of exercise, classes, games, community awareness, healthy cooking, chit-chat and humor, among other things. Once per week, lunch will be delivered.

Preregistration is required. Call Elisa Hosey at 234-232-9043 or Micki Coylar at 330-788-7530.

SCSEP OFFERS JOBS: The Vantage Aging Senior Community Service Employment Program offers paid job training and placement to low-income adults. The requirements are to be at least 55, unemployed and on Social Security or SS Disability. Participants can be assigned to nonprofit community-based or government agencies.

For information, call Vantage Aging at 330-782-0978 or SCOPE Senior Services at 330-399-8846, or visit SCOPE at 375 N. Park Ave., Warren.

CAREGIVER PROGRAM: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter has a new caregiver relief program called The Jan and Josephine Castora Family Caregiver Relief Program, which pays for agency caregivers to assist families needing help caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

For information, visit alz.org/eastohio/carerelief. Visit www.alz.org or call the 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

AUSTINTOWN SENIOR CENTER: The Austintown Senior Center, 112 Westchester Drive, 330-953-1416, austintownseniorcenter.org, has scheduled the following:

• Mondays — 9 a.m., Bible study, painting class; 9:30 a.m., total body fitness; 10 a.m., card playing, sewing, bingo; 10:30 a.m., senior spinning; 11:30 a.m., chair volleyball; noon, bridge group, lunch from Bruno Bros., 12:30 p.m., learn to crochet;

• Tuesdays — 9 a.m., tai ji quan; 10 a.m., card playing, sewing, bingo, drum your way fit; 11 a.m., video chair yoga; 11:30 a.m., spades; noon, social dancing for seniors, lunch from Little Hunan; 12:30 p.m., games galore;

• Wednesdays — 9 a.m., blood pressure check, Bible study; 10 a.m., bingo, card playing, dominos, sewing; 11:30 a.m., beginner’s ukulele; noon, lunch from Chick-fil-A; 12:30 p.m., ukulele class, bunco;

• Thursdays — 9 a.m., wood carving, tai ji quan; 10 a.m. bingo, card playing, sewing, walking club, 500 bid; 10:30 a.m., chair yoga; 11:30 a.m., chair volleyball; noon, lunch from Charly’s Family Restaurant; 12:30 p.m., 500 bid; 1 p.m., bingo;

• Fridays — 9 a.m., Bible study, senior spinning; 10 a.m., ballet barre, bingo, card playing; 11 a.m. fencing; noon, Lunch and Learn.

HUBBARD SENIORS: The Hubbard seniors are looking for more card players to join their group. The group meets 9:30 a.m. Thursdays at the community room at the back of city hall on West Liberty Street. Lunch is available at a cost.

IN-HOME PRIMARY CARE: Heyday Health provides in-home and telehealth primary care for Medicare and Medicare / Medicaid dual eligible patients. The patient does not need to be homebound to receive a home visit. Personal care team includes a physician, certified nurse practitioner and health ally.

For more information, call 330-223-7001 or www.heydayhealth.com.

JCC MEAL PROGRAM: The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown and Jewish Family and Community Services offers fully prepared, frozen meals to anyone in Mahoning and Trumbull counties for home delivery or pick-up. The kosher-style meals are cooked by JCC staff and include an entree and two sides. The cost per meal is $6, with a five-meal minimum.

For information or to join the meal program, call 330-746-7929.

AMERICORPS SENIORS: Americorps Seniors needs volunteers. Anyone 55 or older who wants to mentor or tutor kids should contact Fran at fcomstock@fcsohio.org or call her at 330-399-8846, Ext. 204. A nontaxable stipend is available.

SSAG NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: The Senior Support Action Group, a nonprofit program that provides services to homebound seniors 55 and older in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties, is seeking both clients and volunteers.

The program provides monthly food box deliveries, phone pals and transportation to medical appointments.

For more information, contact Paige Fortner, Senior Support Action Group Program manager, 330-424-7877, Ext. 2, or pfortner@fcsserves.org.

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CENTER ACTIVITIES: Ohio Living Vivo Center, 201 Wick Ave., Youngstown; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about the center, call 234-232-7221, fax 234-413-2289 or visit ohioliving.org. Call in advance to sign up or make reservations for all programs and events. Events are subject to change.

LONG-TERM CARE: A Place For Mom helps people find a place for their parents when the parents need long-term care. A Place For Mom gives families personal and professional help as they look for care options for their elderly loved ones. The service is free for families. They are paid by the senior living communities and home care providers using its platform. For more information, visit www.aplaceformom.com/ .

SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM: Liberty residents 60 and older may sign up for the Liberty Township Senior Watch Program. Contact Marcy Orlando, police secretary, at 330-759-1315, or Joy, fire secretary, at 330-759-0363, Ext. 102.

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS: The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of the Mahoning Valley is looking for volunteers. For information, contact Leah at 330-480-0352, Ext. 3. RSVP is a national service program for individuals 55 and older who want to volunteer in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. These volunteers also will assist with community events.

PROGRAM FOR SENIORS: ACTION and MYCAP, along with Christ Centered Church, host Seniors Offering Services for men and women 65 and older. Three days a week, seniors participate in virtual programs of exercise, classes, games, community awareness, healthy cooking, chit-chat and humor, among other things. Once per week, lunch will be delivered.

Preregistration is required. Call Elisa Hosey at 234-232-9043 or Micki Coylar at 330-788-7530.

SCSEP OFFERS JOBS: The Vantage Aging Senior Community Service Employment Program offers paid job training and placement to low-income adults. The requirements are to be at least 55, unemployed and on Social Security or SS Disability. Participants can be assigned to nonprofit community-based or government agencies.

For information, call Vantage Aging at 330-782-0978 or SCOPE Senior Services at 330-399-8846, or visit SCOPE at 375 N. Park Ave., Warren.

CAREGIVER PROGRAM: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter has a new caregiver relief program called The Jan and Josephine Castora Family Caregiver Relief Program, which pays for agency caregivers to assist families needing help caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

For information, visit alz.org/eastohio/carerelief. Visit www.alz.org or call the 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

IN-HOME PRIMARY CARE: Heyday Health provides in-home and telehealth primary care for Medicare and Medicare / Medicaid dual eligible patients. The patient does not need to be homebound to receive a home visit. Personal care team includes a physician, certified nurse practitioner and health ally.

For more information, call 330-223-7001 or www.heydayhealth.com.

JCC MEAL PROGRAM: The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown and Jewish Family and Community Services offers fully prepared, frozen meals to anyone in Mahoning and Trumbull counties for home delivery or pick-up. The kosher-style meals are cooked by JCC staff and include an entree and two sides. The cost per meal is $6, with a five-meal minimum.

For information or to join the meal program, call 330-746-7929.

AMERICORPS SENIORS: Americorps Seniors needs volunteers. Anyone 55 or older who wants to mentor or tutor kids should contact Fran at fcomstock@fcsohio.org or call her at 330-399-8846, Ext. 204. A nontaxable stipend is available.

SSAG NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: The Senior Support Action Group, a nonprofit program that provides services to homebound seniors 55 and older in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties, is seeking both clients and volunteers.

The program provides monthly food box deliveries, phone pals and transportation to medical appointments.

For more information, contact Paige Fortner, Senior Support Action Group Program manager, 330-424-7877, Ext. 2, or pfortner@fcsserves.org.

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GATHERING PLACE EVENT: The Gathering Place, a free community outreach social program offered to senior citizens on the second Monday of every month, will welcome Esmeralda Vargas, mobility manager for WRTA, 11 a.m. Monday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 550 N. Broad St., Canfield.

Vargas’ topic will be WRTA services and schedules. A box lunch will be provided. No reservations are required.

Contact Woody Gingery at 330-360-0419 or the church at 330-533-3531 with questions.

MRTA TO MEET: Mahoning Retired Teachers Association will meet 11 a.m. Wednesday at Drakes Landing on Western Reserve Road, Canfield. Lunch will be at 11:45 a.m., followed by a meeting presided by Susan Harris, president.

Featured speaker will be Deborah Liptak, developmental director for the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County. She will share information on materials availability and access from the library.

Community service donations will be collected for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library for children from birth to 5.

Reservation forms can be found on the MRTA website and in the newsletter. Reservations were due this past Wednesday.

SCSEP OFFERS JOBS: The Vantage Aging Senior Community Service Employment Program offers paid job training and placement to low-income adults. The requirements are to be at least 55, unemployed and on Social Security or SS Disability. Participants can be assigned to nonprofit community-based or government agencies.

For information, call Vantage Aging at 330-782-0978 or SCOPE Senior Services at 330-399-8846, or visit SCOPE at 375 N. Park Ave., Warren.

CENTER ACTIVITIES: Ohio Living Vivo Center, 201 Wick Ave., Youngstown; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about the center, call 234-232-7221, fax 234-413-2289 or visit ohioliving.org. Call in advance to sign up or make reservations for all programs and events. Events are subject to change.

ANNUAL SURVIVORSHIP PICNIC: The Mercy Health Foundation and Mercy Health Oncology are hosting the annual Survivorship Picnic 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 2 at Eastwood Field, 111 Eastwood Mall Blvd., Niles.

Tickets include entry to the picnic, admittance to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers game that evening and a $5 credit toward concessions. Survivor and guest will enjoy a meal, games, prizes and a tribute to survivors.

For more information, call 330-965-5410 or email LAdorno@mercy.com.

LONG-TERM CARE: A Place For Mom helps people find a place for their parents when the parents need long-term care. A Place For Mom gives families both personal and professional help as they look for care options for their elderly loved ones. The service is free for families. They are paid by the senior living communities and home-care providers using its platform. For more information, visit www.aplaceformom.com.

SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM: Liberty residents 60 and older may sign up for the Liberty Township Senior Watch Program. Contact Marcy Orlando, police secretary, at 330-759-1315, or Joy, fire secretary, at 330-759-0363, Ext. 102.

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS: The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of the Mahoning Valley is looking for volunteers. For information, contact Leah at 330-480-0352, Ext. 3. RSVP is a national service program for individuals 55 and older who want to volunteer in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. These volunteers also will assist with community events.

PROGRAM FOR SENIORS: ACTION and MYCAP, along with Christ Centered Church, host Seniors Offering Services for men and women 65 and older. Three days a week, seniors participate in virtual programs of exercise, classes, games, community awareness, healthy cooking, chit-chat and humor, among other things. Once per week, lunch will be delivered.

Preregistration is required. Call Elisa Hosey at 234-232-9043 or Micki Coylar at 330-788-7530.

CAREGIVER PROGRAM: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter has a new caregiver relief program called The Jan and Josephine Castora Family Caregiver Relief Program, which pays for agency caregivers to assist families needing help caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

For information, visit alz.org/eastohio/carerelief. Visit www.alz.org or call the 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

AUSTINTOWN SENIOR CENTER: The Austintown Senior Center, 112 Westchester Drive, 330-953-1416, austintownseniorcenter.org, has scheduled the following:

• Mondays — 9 a.m., Bible study, painting class; 9:30 a.m., total body fitness; 10 a.m., card playing, sewing, bingo; 10:30 a.m., senior spinning; 11:30 a.m., chair volleyball; noon, bridge group, lunch from Bruno Bros., 12:30 p.m., learn to crochet;

• Tuesdays — 9 a.m., tai ji quan; 10 a.m., card playing, sewing, bingo, drum your way fit; 11 a.m., video chair yoga; 11:30 a.m., spades; noon, social dancing for seniors, lunch from Little Hunan; 12:30 p.m., games galore;

• Wednesdays — 9 a.m., blood pressure check, Bible study; 10 a.m., bingo, card playing, dominos, sewing; 11:30 a.m., beginner’s ukulele; noon, lunch from Chick-fil-A; 12:30 p.m., ukulele class, bunco;

• Thursdays — 9 a.m., wood carving, tai ji quan; 10 a.m. bingo, card playing, sewing, walking club, 500 bid; 10:30 a.m., chair yoga; 11:30 a.m., chair volleyball; noon, lunch from Charly’s Family Restaurant; 12:30 p.m., 500 bid; 1 p.m., bingo;

• Fridays — 9 a.m., Bible study, senior spinning; 10 a.m., ballet barre, bingo, card playing; 11 a.m. fencing; noon, Lunch and Learn.

HUBBARD SENIORS: The Hubbard seniors are looking for more card players to join their group. The group meets 9:30 a.m. Thursdays at the community room at the back of city hall on West Liberty Street. Lunch is available at a cost.

IN-HOME PRIMARY CARE: Heyday Health provides in-home and telehealth primary care for Medicare and Medicare / Medicaid dual eligible patients. The patient does not need to be homebound to receive a home visit. Personal care team includes a physician, certified nurse practitioner and health ally.

For more information, call 330-223-7001 or www.heydayhealth.com.

JCC MEAL PROGRAM: The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown and Jewish Family and Community Services offers fully prepared, frozen meals to anyone in Mahoning and Trumbull counties for home delivery or pick-up. The kosher-style meals are cooked by JCC staff and include an entree and two sides. The cost per meal is $6, with a five-meal minimum.

For information or to join the meal program, call 330-746-7929.

AMERICORPS SENIORS: Americorps Seniors needs volunteers. Anyone 55 or older who wants to mentor or tutor kids should contact Fran at fcomstock@fcsohio.org or call her at 330-399-8846, Ext. 204. A nontaxable stipend is available.

SSAG NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: The Senior Support Action Group, a nonprofit program that provides services to homebound seniors 55 and older in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties, is seeking both clients and volunteers.

The program provides monthly food box deliveries, phone pals and transportation to medical appointments.

For more information, contact Paige Fortner, Senior Support Action Group Program manager, 330-424-7877, Ext. 2, or pfortner@fcsserves.org.

Senior news

GATHERING PLACE EVENT: The Gathering Place, a free community outreach social program offered to senior citizens on the second Monday of every month, will welcome Esmeralda Vargas, mobility manager for WRTA, 11 a.m. Monday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 550 N. Broad St., Canfield.

Vargas’ topic will be WRTA services and schedules. A box lunch will be provided. No reservations are required.

Contact Woody Gingery at 330-360-0419 or the church at 330-533-3531 with questions.

MRTA TO MEET: Mahoning Retired Teachers Association will meet 11 a.m. Wednesday at Drakes Landing on Western Reserve Road, Canfield. Lunch will be at 11:45 a.m., followed by a meeting presided by Susan Harris, president.

Featured speaker will be Deborah Liptak, developmental director for the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County. She will share information on materials availability and access from the library.

Community service donations will be collected for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library for children from birth to 5.

Reservation forms can be found on the MRTA website and in the newsletter. Reservations were due this past Wednesday.

SCSEP OFFERS JOBS: The Vantage Aging Senior Community Service Employment Program offers paid job training and placement to low-income adults. The requirements are to be at least 55, unemployed and on Social Security or SS Disability. Participants can be assigned to nonprofit community-based or government agencies.

For information, call Vantage Aging at 330-782-0978 or SCOPE Senior Services at 330-399-8846, or visit SCOPE at 375 N. Park Ave., Warren.

CENTER ACTIVITIES: Ohio Living Vivo Center, 201 Wick Ave., Youngstown; 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about the center, call 234-232-7221, fax 234-413-2289 or visit ohioliving.org. Call in advance to sign up or make reservations for all programs and events. Events are subject to change.

ANNUAL SURVIVORSHIP PICNIC: The Mercy Health Foundation and Mercy Health Oncology are hosting the annual Survivorship Picnic 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 2 at Eastwood Field, 111 Eastwood Mall Blvd., Niles.

Tickets include entry to the picnic, admittance to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers game that evening and a $5 credit toward concessions. Survivor and guest will enjoy a meal, games, prizes and a tribute to survivors.

For more information, call 330-965-5410 or email LAdorno@mercy.com.

LONG-TERM CARE: A Place For Mom helps people find a place for their parents when the parents need long-term care. A Place For Mom gives families both personal and professional help as they look for care options for their elderly loved ones. The service is free for families. They are paid by the senior living communities and home-care providers using its platform. For more information, visit www.aplaceformom.com.

SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM: Liberty residents 60 and older may sign up for the Liberty Township Senior Watch Program. Contact Marcy Orlando, police secretary, at 330-759-1315, or Joy, fire secretary, at 330-759-0363, Ext. 102.

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS: The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of the Mahoning Valley is looking for volunteers. For information, contact Leah at 330-480-0352, Ext. 3. RSVP is a national service program for individuals 55 and older who want to volunteer in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. These volunteers also will assist with community events.

PROGRAM FOR SENIORS: ACTION and MYCAP, along with Christ Centered Church, host Seniors Offering Services for men and women 65 and older. Three days a week, seniors participate in virtual programs of exercise, classes, games, community awareness, healthy cooking, chit-chat and humor, among other things. Once per week, lunch will be delivered.

Preregistration is required. Call Elisa Hosey at 234-232-9043 or Micki Coylar at 330-788-7530.

CAREGIVER PROGRAM: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter has a new caregiver relief program called The Jan and Josephine Castora Family Caregiver Relief Program, which pays for agency caregivers to assist families needing help caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.

For information, visit alz.org/eastohio/carerelief. Visit www.alz.org or call the 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

AUSTINTOWN SENIOR CENTER: The Austintown Senior Center, 112 Westchester Drive, 330-953-1416, austintownseniorcenter.org, has scheduled the following:

• Mondays — 9 a.m., Bible study, painting class; 9:30 a.m., total body fitness; 10 a.m., card playing, sewing, bingo; 10:30 a.m., senior spinning; 11:30 a.m., chair volleyball; noon, bridge group, lunch from Bruno Bros., 12:30 p.m., learn to crochet;

• Tuesdays — 9 a.m., tai ji quan; 10 a.m., card playing, sewing, bingo, drum your way fit; 11 a.m., video chair yoga; 11:30 a.m., spades; noon, social dancing for seniors, lunch from Little Hunan; 12:30 p.m., games galore;

• Wednesdays — 9 a.m., blood pressure check, Bible study; 10 a.m., bingo, card playing, dominos, sewing; 11:30 a.m., beginner’s ukulele; noon, lunch from Chick-fil-A; 12:30 p.m., ukulele class, bunco;

• Thursdays — 9 a.m., wood carving, tai ji quan; 10 a.m. bingo, card playing, sewing, walking club, 500 bid; 10:30 a.m., chair yoga; 11:30 a.m., chair volleyball; noon, lunch from Charly’s Family Restaurant; 12:30 p.m., 500 bid; 1 p.m., bingo;

• Fridays — 9 a.m., Bible study, senior spinning; 10 a.m., ballet barre, bingo, card playing; 11 a.m. fencing; noon, Lunch and Learn.

HUBBARD SENIORS: The Hubbard seniors are looking for more card players to join their group. The group meets 9:30 a.m. Thursdays at the community room at the back of city hall on West Liberty Street. Lunch is available at a cost.

IN-HOME PRIMARY CARE: Heyday Health provides in-home and telehealth primary care for Medicare and Medicare / Medicaid dual eligible patients. The patient does not need to be homebound to receive a home visit. Personal care team includes a physician, certified nurse practitioner and health ally.

For more information, call 330-223-7001 or www.heydayhealth.com.

JCC MEAL PROGRAM: The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown and Jewish Family and Community Services offers fully prepared, frozen meals to anyone in Mahoning and Trumbull counties for home delivery or pick-up. The kosher-style meals are cooked by JCC staff and include an entree and two sides. The cost per meal is $6, with a five-meal minimum.

For information or to join the meal program, call 330-746-7929.

AMERICORPS SENIORS: Americorps Seniors needs volunteers. Anyone 55 or older who wants to mentor or tutor kids should contact Fran at fcomstock@fcsohio.org or call her at 330-399-8846, Ext. 204. A nontaxable stipend is available.

SSAG NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: The Senior Support Action Group, a nonprofit program that provides services to homebound seniors 55 and older in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties, is seeking both clients and volunteers.

The program provides monthly food box deliveries, phone pals and transportation to medical appointments.

For more information, contact Paige Fortner, Senior Support Action Group Program manager, 330-424-7877, Ext. 2, or pfortner@fcsserves.org.

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