(ia-sctt Page D-6 Senior center activities The schedule at the Aging Services Inc. senior centers for Oct. 28-Nov. 1. Armagh—Armagh fire hall, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays only. (800) 442-8016. All correspondence should be sent to Aging Ser- vices, RO. Box 519, Indiana. Chestnut Hills (formerly Blairsville) — - 26 Heybert Drive, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Daily activities: crafts and cards. (724)459-5251. Indiana—1001 Oak St., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 ^ p.m. Monday through Friday. Daily activi- - ties: crafts, pool, movies and music. (724) " 465-2697. Mahoning Hills — Route 119, Punxsutawney, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through ' Friday. Daily activities: bingo, crafts and 'cards. (724) 286-3099. ; Aultman—Aultman fire hall, 10a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays only. (800). 442-8016. All correspondence should be sent to Aging Services, P.O. Box 519, Indiana. Saltsburg— 212 Point St., 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ': Monday through Friday. Daily activities: crafts, pool and cards. (724) 639-9055. Two Lick Valley — 450 Franklin St., Cly: mer, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday : through Friday. (724) 254-9820. Daily activ- ; ities: computer lab, flea market, exercising, : shopping locally, cards, games and puzzles - also daily. ; Call (724) 349-4500 or (800) 442-8016 by ; noon the day before to reserve a meal. Special events Monday (Meal: macaroni and cheese) Chestnut Hills: Grocery bingo. Indiana: IUP students Tom Knight and Dan Lauer will present a program about crime prevention at 11 a.m.; cards. Saltsburg: Bring a pumpkin to decorate; blood-pressure screenings provided by Lillian Smith at 11 a.m.; bingo at 1 p.m. Two Lick: Blood-pressure screening at 10:30 a.m.; trick-or-treat bingo. Mahoning Hills: Cards. Tuesday (Meal: spaghetti and meat sauce) Armagh: Halloween party. Chestnut Hills: Exercise with Betty; shopping; video abut vaccines for grownups. Indiana: Afternoon shopping; cards. Saltsburg: Computer lessons, 10:3011:30 a.m.; line dancers at 11 a.m.; card party, bring a friend Two Lick: Quilting. Mahoning Hills: Program on breast-cancer awareness presented by June Stewart of the Visiting Nurse Association at 11:15 a.m.; bingo; crafts. Wednesday (Meal: meatloaf) Aultman: Line dancers at 11 a.m.; Halloween party. Chestnut Hills: Meal program. Indiana: Morning grocery shopping; bingo. Saltsburg: Bake sale. Two Lick: Program on breast-cancer awareness presented by June Stewart of the VNAat 11:15 a.m.; bus trip; knitting class. Mahoning Hills: Blood-pressure screenings by Jefferson County EMS; shopping; bingo. Thursday (Meal: ham) Chestnut Hills: Exercise with Betty; shopping. Indiana: Halloween party; cards. Saltsburg: Halloween party; bingo at 1 p.m. Two Lick: Covered-dish Halloween party — wear costumes. Mahoning Hills: Halloween party; shopping. Friday (Meal: roast pork) Chestnut Hills: Breakfast at 9 a.m.; "Financial Fraud: Too Good to be True" will be presented fay Mclodee Gett from the Aiice Paul House. Indiana: Music by Country Pride. Saltsburg: Breakfast from 9 to 10 a.m.; shopping. Two Lick; Music by Moddy. Mahoning Hills: Movie and popcorn. Regular events At Oak Place Community Center in Indiana: • Line dancing every Tuesday at 9 a.m., weather permitting. It is open to the public. No age limit. • Adult day care and exercise program daily: Monday — crafts, cookie batch; Tuesday — play pool, mystery Tuesday; Wednesday — Name That Tune, movie; Thursday — let's cook, Halloween; Friday — - nail care, cards. Call Kim at Aging Services at (724) 3494500 or (800) 442-8016 for more information. . Corning events • Christmas auctions. • Nov. 12, Oak Place Community Center. Meatloaf dinner at 5 p.m. Auction begins at 6:30 p.m. Donation of $5 requested. Reservations are required in advance by calling (724) 349-4564 or 1-800-442-8016. » Nov. 26, Oak Place Community Center. Auction begins at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments for sale. FAMILY Sunday, October 27,2002 HOMER-CENTER HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1952 Homer-Center High School's class of 1952 recently held its 50-year reunion. Front row From left: Elizabeth Pagliaro Marano, Freda Duff Davis, Dolores Duffalo Sardone, Rose Mengatti Benamati, Beverly J. Larsen Philips, Helen Hendrickson Anderson, Helen B.con,k Sm.cklo, Mane Obreczian Danko, Betty Ann Gonda Gpollini, Joan Windows Grace, Irene Machuga George, Phyllis Kelley Tarasovich Patricia Ann Gn.bus Buzi, Dorothy Smrek Sanford, Marian Pierce Keener, Mary Insana Renda, Rose Catherine Fabin Frey Back row: John Davis Sink, John Turiey Charles Richard Bush, John K. Domenick, Richard Smatana, Thomas Smith, George Coury, Frank Shimmel, Don Cipollini Andy Okopal, Robert Bender, Donald R. Hardm, Francis Voyten, George M. Barney, Donald Harshyne, Owen Wolf. Annual meeting set The 76th Indiana County Cooperative Extension Association annual meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the Rustic Lodge in White Township. Any resident of Indiana County interested in the purpose of the Cooperative Extension Association shall be considered a member and is welcome to attend. During the business meeting, members will vote on by-iaw changes, elect board members and receive program updates. Following the business meeting, the Logical Choice Barbershop Quartet of Clarion, will perform a variety of barbershop, comedy, gospel, '50s and patriotic music. Tickets for dinner are available from the Indiana County Cooperative Extension Office at 827 Water St., and must be purchased by Nov. 1. Perm State encourages people with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, call (724) 465-3880. Cooperative Extension is an educational network that gives people in each of Pennsylvania's 67 counties access to Penn State's resources and expertise. It is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and state and county governments. It has served the residents of Indiana County since 1917. Performing at the Indiana County Cooperative Extension Association's annual meeting Nov. 7 will be the Logical '• Choice " ' Barbershop Quartet. From left: Walter Shook, bass; Kelly Best, lead singer; Bill Young, tenor; and Glenn Beichner, baritone. Human services calendar indianagazette. com Meetings and activities of human-service agencies, support organizations and self- help gi-oups. All events are free unless otherwise noted. Blood drives Call the Indiana County chapter of the American Red Cross at (724) 465-5678 for dates, times and locations of local blood drives. Donors must be age 17 or older, weigh at least 105 pounds and be in good health. Classes Call for next scheduled class, cost and registration information, unless otherwise noted. Most classes require registration. • AGCs of Baby-sitting. Indiana Regional Medical Center; training on the responsibilities of baby-sitting, including CPR, for girls and boys age 12 and older. Preregistration required. Call (724) 357-7075. • AED (Automated External Defibrilla- lor) Essentials. Red Cross chapter house, 728 Church St., Indiana. Call (724) 465-5678 for cost and schedule. • Active Parenting. Center for Family Life, 125 N. Fifth St., Indiana. Call (724) 463-8595. • Active Parenting of Teens. Center for Family Life, 125 N. Fifth St., Indiana. Call (724) 463-8595. • Aqua Aerobics. Indiana County YMCA. I Iclps tone muscles and strengthen the cardiovascular system. Participants go at their own pace. Non-swimmers welcome. Call (724) 463-9622. • Rig Brother/Big Sister class. Indiana Regional Medical Center. Puppets Molly and Sam help children ages 3-7 prepare for the arrival of a baby brother or sister. Held every other month. Call (724) 357-7075. • Bom to Learn. Indiana Regional Medical Center Classrooms A and B. The program is intended for expectant parents or parent of newborns to children 3 years old. Families will learn about infant brain development, early childhood development and child-rearing topics. Child care is provided. Call (724) 463-5300 Ext. 234. • Breastfeeding is Best. Indiana Regional Medical Center outpatient building. Held the first Saturday of each month, 9 a.m. to noon. Learn about feeding your baby, pumping milk and storing it. Call (724) 3577075. • Breathing Easier .smoking cessation program. Indiana Regional Medical Center. A five-week program to prepare participants for quitting tobacco use. Topics include physiological effects of smoking, behavior and cravings, controlling weight gain, roadblocks and obstacles and stress management. Program will be held quarterly. Call (724) 465-2605. • Car Safety Seat. Latrobe Area Hospital. Learn about transporting children safely, including proper installation, selecting an age-appropriate car seat and more. Class taught by state police. Call (724) 537-1755. • Children in the Middle. Indiana County Guidance Center. Children in the Middle is a program started by the Center for Divorce education. The class is effective at changing both parents' attitudes and behavior about divorce-related problems their children face. Call (724) 465-5576. « Community CPR Review. Red Cross chapterhouse, 728 Church St., Indiana. Call (724) 465-5678 for cost and registration. Special events • Golden Cafe". The Salvation Army, 635 Water St., Indiana. Held Wednesdays at noon. Free weekly feeding program resumes Wednesday and continues through Dec. 4. Open to the public. Recreation and social time from 11 a.m. to noon, when lunch is served. Donations are accepted but not required to participate. Reservations preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Call (724) 465-2530. • Candidates Night. Oak Place Community Center, Indiana. Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m. Candidates for local elections have been invited. Sponsored by the League of Women Voters. • Flu clinic. Indiana Mall, former location of JoAnn Fabrics, near The Bon-Ton. Thursday, 10 a.m. lo 2 p.m. October is the recommended time for llu shots for people 65 and older or who have chronic health conditions or serve as caregivers for someone at high risk for flu complications. Call (724) 463-6340 for more information. Support groups Alcohol/drugs • Alcoholics Anonymous. Call (724) 3494061, unless otherwise noted. • Monday — Calvary Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. (closed, discussion). • Tuesday — Calvary Presbyterian Church, noon (open, discussion); Chevy Chase Community Center, Indiana, 8 p.m. (dosed, discussion) — r big book. » Wednesday — Newman Center, lower level, 8 p.m. (open, discussion). • Thursday — Calvary Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. (open, speaker). • Friday — Marion Center Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. (open, discussion); The Open Door, Indiana, noon, (724) 465-2605. » Saturday — Indiana Regional Medical Center private dining room 2, 8 p.m. (open, discussion), beginners' meeting. • Sunday — Indiana Regional Medical Center private dining room 2, 7:30 p.m. (open, discussion), 12 & 12 meeting Health/Family " ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics/Addicts). The Open Door, Indiana. Meets every Thursday, 6:45 p.m. A support group for sharing information. No cost Call (724) 465-2605. • Adoption Support. Catholic Charities. Meetings vary based on need. Call (724) 463-8806. a Adults Dealing with Separation and Divorce. Meetings vary based on need. Call (724) 463-8806. • AL-ANON. • Calvary Presbyterian Church, Indiana., 8 p.m., Thursdays. Call (724) 726-5406. « Marion Center Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m., Fridays. Call (724) 397-8606. • Alzheimer's Support Groups. Indiana Regional Medical Center, private dining room 2, 6:30-7:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. For people with Alzheimer's, their family and friends. Call (724) 357-7404. • Arthritis Aquatics Program. YMCA of Indiana County. Call (724) 463-9622 or (800) 522-9900. • Bereavement Support. • Call Catholic Charities. Meetings based on need. Call (724) 463-8806. » Bowser-Minich. Offers lectures and grief seminars to public groups on request. Call (724) 349-3100 or (888) 923-5550. • Breathing Partners. Support group for people with respiratory problems. Meetings vary based on need. Call (800) 220-1990. • CARE. Support group for, people with cancer. Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, Kittanning. Meets the first Thursday of the month, March through November, at 6 p.m. Call (724) 543-8457. • Caregiver Support Group. St. Andrew's Village dining room. Meets the third Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m. Call (724) 3494870. • The Caring Place, Pittsburgh. Support group for grieving children, adolescents and families. Call (888) 224-4673. • Cancer Support Groups. » American Cancer Society, 1165 Philadelphia St., Indiana. The Phoenix .Support Group meets every Thursday of the month Call (724) 465-4012 or (724) 459-6941. » Latrobe Area Hospital. Meets the first and third Fridays of each month. Call (724) 537-1584. • Chronic pairi support. Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, Conference Room 2. Meets the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, 7 p.m. Meets once a month during summer. Call (724) 5438457. • Club Lean. Latrobe Area Hospital. Meets the first Tuesday of the month from 5 to 6 p.m. Support group for those who have completed the Learning to LEAN weight- management classes. Call (724) 537-1281. Volunteer opportunities • Birthright of Indiana County. Looking for volunteers to staff the office who have a commitment to women and the unborn. Mandatory training is provided. Call (724) 463-9118. • Blairsville Community Center. Answer phones, write receipts, collect money, general cleanup. Call (724) 459-6790. • Center for Family Life. Help provide child care for parents attending group sessions and during home visits. Call (724) 4638595. • Citizens' Ambulance Service. Individuals and groups needed to assist with public relations projects throughout the year Call (724) 349-551 lext. 208. • Community Living & Learning. Needs volunteers to serve as companions for clients and assist with community outings and special events. Call (724) 349-1420. • Family Health Council. One-on-one outreach volunteers to talk about women's cancer screenings and programs. Call (412) 288-2130. ' • Head Start. Needed: bus monitor assistant cook, teacher aide. Call (724) 349-6200 » Indiana County 4-H Program. Needed — adults to share a skill with youth aees R 18. Call (724) 465-3880. K If your group or organisation would like to list an event, contact the Indiana County Department of Human Services at (724) 4638200 two weeks before your event.
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