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Area Agency on Aging senior activities

The Armstrong County Area Agency on Aging, 125 Queen St., Kittanning has announced the schedule for the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 3.

Apollo: Monday – 500 Card Party; Every Day – Cards and Games; Tuesday – Shopping and Bingo; Wednesday – Exercise and Walking.

Dayton: Every Day – Cards; Monday, Wednesday and Thursday – Bingo; Tuesday – Shopping; Tuesday and Friday – Exercise and Walking.

Ford City: Monday – Shopping; Monday and Wednesday – Exercise; Wednesday – Blood Pressure; Wednesday Afternoon – Bingo.

Freeport: Every Day – Cards and Sing-a-long; Monday – Bingo; Monday, Wednesday and Friday – Table Exercises; Wednesday – Site Council Meeting; Thursday – Shopping; Friday – Blood Pressure; Saturday – 5:30 p.m. Tureen.

Kittanning: Every Day – Bingo and Music; Tuesday and Thursday – Exercise; Thursday – Crafts with June; Friday – Site Council Meeting; Sing-a-long and 1 p.m. Shuffleboard.

Leechburg: Every Day – Cards, Games and Walking; Tuesday and Thursday – Bingo; Wednesday – Social Hour; Thursday – Shopping.

Rural Valley: Every Day – Corn Games and Cards; Monday and Thursday – Line Dancing; Wednesday and Friday – Shopping.

Worthington: Every Day – Exercise and Walking; Monday – Bowling; Tuesday and Friday – Shopping; Thursday – Sing-a-long; Weekly – Bingo; Any Day – Poetry, Jokes and Children’s Hour.

Parker: Every Day – Cards, Games and Bingo; Monthly Shopping.

Elderton: Every Day – Cards, Games and Exercise; Tuesday – Shopping.

Bradys Bend: Monday – Banker’s Life Program w/Michelle Zang 11 a.m.; Monday and Wednesday – Bingo and Exercise; Every Other Week – Shopping.

*Note: Blood pressure screening – check with local center.

The menu for the week includes: Monday, kielbassi and sauerkraut; Tuesday, stuffed turkey breast w/gravy; Wednesday, spaghetti and meatballs, Thursday, chicken cacciatore; and Friday, salisbury steak w/gravy.

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