Senior Friends Fabulous Fifties program Wednesday

by Staff Reports

All seniors 55 or older are invited to join the Piedmont Hospital Senior Friends for a “Fabulous Fifties” program Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The meeting will be held in the Exhibition Room of the Coweta County Fairgrounds at 275 Pine Road.

If you’d like, wear your favorite ‘50s attire.

One of Newnan’s finest, firefighter Brian McKenzie, will provide the entertainment. 

A hot catered lunch is included for $7, but reservations are required. To make your reservation or for further information, call the Senior Friends office at 770-400-2374 or current president, Louise Swint, at 678-423-9289. 

Senior Friends is a local membership organization sponsored by Piedmont Newnan Hospital dedicated to helping people 55 and older have fun and live healthier, more fulfilling lives. Annual membership is $15 per year for singles, $25 for couples. 


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