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Seniors are invited to Prime Time on Tuesdays

Original post made on Jun 29, 2010

Prime Time is for seniors and meets from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., every Tuesday, at Community Presbyterian Church, 222 W. El Pintado, Danville. Activities include crafts, games of all kinds, classes and speakers. A home-cooked meal is served at noon for $4. Rides are provided by County Connection Link for $4 round trip; call Gloria at 837-5229. To be on the mailing list, call Rosy at 552-9675.

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Posted by psmacintosh
a resident of Danville
on Jun 29, 2010 at 9:07 am

The Primetime program for seniors has ENDED for this year for the summertime. It will resume again in the Fall. Do NOT show up this Tuesday.

The final Tuesday of the program for this season was a very fun-filled SENIOR OLYMPICS DAY program.
There were many stations around the multi-purpose room at the CPC Presbyterian Church where seniors could do easy carnival-type GAMES to earn TICKETS which then could be used (turned in to buy) to obtain a wide variety of garage-sale or thrift store items.
Some of the carnival games were: shuffle board, cake walk, ring toss, bean bag toss, etc.

Some of the items were: dishes, pictures, watches, jewelry, binoculars, games, art work--too many things to list.

Seniors of all ages were seen scurrying all around the gymnasium doing these fun "sports" activities to gain tickets to exchange for "treasures" they spotted.

Additionally, there were Root Beer Floats (at the Cowboy Bar) and the regular $4 Luncheon.

A fun time was had by all!

However, the program has ended for the summer.

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