The Oneita Wagnon Senior Citizen’s Center from a new director’s point of viewRhea Gonzales January 30, 2019 0 COMMENTS
I feel excited but humbled to introduce myself as the new director at the Oneita Wagnon Senior Citizen’s Center. With only two weeks of training behind me, I have already seen that this is the most rewarding challenging job I could have ever hoped for at this time in my life. The vital and contributing roots that nourish all that is good and worthwhile in this world are exemplified within the center’s walls. Very few private clubs or guilds have even been able to furnish the warmth and understanding that our center gives to all who enter.
The new debated there. Games, crafts, activities and events are experienced and appraised. Good meals and conversations are shared daily. Joy and sorrow alike visits all of us at the center. But that joy is shared and sorrow eased as we daily live and love and make great memories.
If you haven’t done so- please drop in and see us sometime. We think you will agree our center is more than brick and mortar. Let us all do what we can to preserve such a place!
The Senior Citizen’s Center is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information, contact Carolyn Johnson, Director at 272-4969.
The Senior Center welcomes you to come and participate anytime at our facility. Every week day we have activities that you will enjoy. We will be having a Valentine’s Dance on Friday, February 15th. They Curry County Outlaws will begin playing at 5:30 p.m.
The dance is a fundraiser and the public is invited. Admission is $7 per person or $10 per couple.
For more information call 272-4969.