Manchester, Connecticut

What's New?

IT’S TIME FOR THE CENSUS!
WHY IS THE CENSUS IMPORTANT FOR MANCHESTER
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Wednesday, March 25th - Munch, Crunch and Be Counted - 9:30am-11:00am  Manchester Senior Center – Census staff will be at the Senior Center to assist and answer any questions about the Census.  Light refreshments will be served.

THE GREENHOUSE WILL NOT OPEN UNTIL MARCH 9th -
PLEASE CONTACT MISSY at 860-647-3210 if you have any questions.

CORRECTION TO THE HEALTH: STRESS & SENIORS - Date should be THURS MARCH 12th

   





 



TAX APPOINTMENT LINE AVAILABLE  - 860-647-6024


T-SHIRT TOTE CRAFT
THURSDAY, MARCH 12th @ 10:00am
SIGN UP AT THE FRONT DESK OR CALL US AT 860-647-3211


A Friendly Reminder about PARKING at the Senior Center…

Handicap parking Spaces are for people with PERMITS, displayed on the dash, mirror, or showing a handicap symbol on their license plate. We appreciate your Consideration for our members and guests who are entitled to use these clearly marked spots.

 
Both CARS and PEOPLE share the Senior Center Parking Lot – following the reminders
below will increase efforts to keep everyone safe as they come in and out of our
center.


1.Please DRIVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION – DO NOT ENTER FROM THE FRONT of the Senior
Center through the DO NOT ENTER / ONE WAY driveway

2.Use your TURN SIGNALS

3.If at all possible, don’t wait – waiting for drivers to return to their cares is
frustration to other drivers and causes hold-ups throughout the lot, not just in your immediate area

4.Park courteously and within the lines

5.OBEY SPEED LIMITS – Again, the SAME RULES APPLY IN THE PARKING LOT AS THEY DO ON THE ROADS. Speed limits are included in this. Most large parking lots have posted speed
limit signs, but if there isn’t one posted, KEEP IT TO 15 MPH, maximum. Parking lots are full of pedestrians; sometimes pedestrians that cannot be easily seen. You should
be on FULL ALERT, which usually means a lower speed.

6.Slower speeds will also help to protect against fender benders. The most common
accident in a parking lot is between a car backing out of a space, and a car driving
down the aisle. Parking lots can be a driver’s worst nightmare, but following the
above reminders will increase the SAFETY AND EASE OF USE OF THE SENIOR CENTER PARKING LOT and will be very must appreciated by all.

ONE LAST THING…….

PLEASE DO NOT PARK DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THE SENOIR CENTER. It is for BUS DROP OFF /
PICK UP ONLY. You may park out front from the blue mailbox down.

Your Safety and Well Being is Our Priority and
We Thank You for Your Attention to this Important Subject!

 


NEW LEAF BAG PRICING...click here

SHARE THE AIR...click here

Grocery Shopping Policy - Important - Please Read

 

    NEW - Woman's Group on Mondays at 9:30-1030am BEGINNING NOVEMBER18th
- SIGN UP AT THE FRONT DESK

NEW - CORNHOLE bean bag tossing game on Thursdays at 9:00-11:00am BEGINNING NOVEMBER 14th - SIGN UP AT THE FRONT DESK

 
   

 
Exciting Health News!
The Town of Manchester and ECHN Are Proud To Announce:
Beginning on December 7, 2018, Dr. Tricia Hall will be seeing patients at the Manchester Senior Center. Dr. Hall will be at the Senior Center the First Friday of every month from 9:00a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Dr. Hall is double-board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine from the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromuscular Medicine.

 
To make an appointment, please call 860-533-4678
or stop by the ECHN Medical Office at the Senior Center to check same day availability
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*PLEASE PROVIDE MEDICAL INSURANCE INFORMATON
 
Wednesday Blood Pressure Clinic will continue as scheduled
 
Please join us for a ribbon cutting at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, December 3rd
Please RSVP to the Senior Center Front Office if you plan to attend.
 
       
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Eileen Faust, Director

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  • Mailbox Pickup Time - The mailman now comes to the Senior Center late mornings to pick up mail from the Blue & White Checkerboard basket/drop off (hanging to the left of the front desk). We collect out-going personal mail there or you may feel free to drop it outside in the blue mailbox under the pine tree near the sidewalk.