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Mendon Senior Center Upcoming News

Mendon History Talk with Jim Buckley
Jim Buckley is returning to the Mendon Senior Center in January with an interesting talk about Mendon’s own witch on Tuesday, January 17, at 11 am. You are invited to join us afterwards for the Tri-Valley lunch at noon. There is no fee for the talk. The cost of lunch is three dollars. Please call 508-478-6175 or stop by the senior center to register for one or both programs.

Technology Tailored For Seniors
The Mendon Senior Center will host an informative hands-on technology class on Tuesday, January, 17 at 2:30 p.m., where devices are encouraged and reconfigured by you to make them work for you. Under the guidance of Nipmuc student Patrick Scott, we’ll look at hotspots, storage, security, how-to’s, email and texting frustrations, zoom, the cloud and whatever else you wish to discuss. We’ll have some fun practicing new skills! Please call 508-478-6175 or stop by to register for this free program. Attendees are encouraged to bring portable devices (phones, tablets, etc.)

The Mendon Cultural Council Needs New
The council funds cultural activities within the surrounding area of the Mendon community, including previous grants such as Birch Alley Brass, Greater Milford Community Chorus, and various programs for the Mendon school system, Taft Library, and the Mendon Senior Center. If you are interested in becoming a Member, please contact the [email protected] to volunteer. The Mendon Cultural Council is a local agency funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Stay fit: The Benefits of Singing 
According to Microsoft TakeLessons, the benefits of signing are many. Among them, singing helps to reduce stress, improve memory, increase lung function, and improve posture; it helps with sleep and is a natural antidepressant. Want to give it a try? The Mendon Minstrels Chorus will resume weekly rehearsals on Mondays, from 1–3:00 p.m. beginning January 23 at the Mendon Senior Center. Marge West, our choral director, has coordinated an uplifting playlist for our spring program. New vocal members and musicians are welcome. Please call Amy Wilson Kent, Director, at 508-478-6175 for more information. There is no fee for this program.