Senior Living

Coweta centers offer activities

Tommy Thompson Senior Center, 29 Hospital Rd. in Newnan, has activities weekdays, Monday through Friday. The center offers lunch for a small fee. For details contact Director Ida Johnson at 770-683-8600 or 770-683-8602. Activities at Thompson Center remaining this week include: Wed., March 5, Sit and Be Fit and Wii Games; Thurs., March 6, Bingo and Sit and Be Fit; March 7, Walmart shopping and craft day, and the Red Hatters meeting - which are held the first Friday of every month.

Activities at Thompson Center next week include: Mon., March 10, Dollar Tree shopping, Brain Games and Sit and Be Fit; Tues., March 11, Bible study, blood pressure clinic and balloon volleyball; Wed. March 12, Bingo and Sit and Be Fit; Thurs., March 13, Gospel Heirs, Sit and Be Fit and SunCrest Medical Management; Fri., March 14, Sit and Be Fit and peanut auction.

Coweta County’s other senior programs are at the county community centers in Welcome, Senoia and at Panther Creek (on Ga. Highway 16, Sargent). They offer a variety of activities and from time to time organize covered-dish luncheons and birthday recognitions.

The county community center programs are funded by the Coweta County Commission and operated under the Coweta Recreation Department. For further information contact Patricia Hood at 770-252-6429 or phood@coweta.ga.us.

• Welcome community seniors (1792 Welcome Road near Western School) meet every Tuesday, and refreshments are provided. Activities include arts and crafts, Bingo, stamping and card making, Bunco, covered dish luncheon, blood pressure check, and beading.

• Senoia area seniors meet at the center at 300 Howard Road every Wednesday with such activities as arts and crafts, Bridge, Cribbage classes, Bingo, stamping and card- making, covered dish luncheon, blood pressure check, musical entertainment and informational speakers. Refreshments are provided.

• The Panther Creek center (near the fire station at 2285 Highway 16 West, Sargent) has meetings each Wednesday. Activities include such games as arts and crafts, Bingo, stamping and card making, knitting, covered dish luncheon, quilting, crocheting, blood pressure check, and macramé. Refreshments are served.



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