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CORRESPONDENTS: Peabody Senior Center

“We have been very privileged to have some of the forensics students from the high school joins at lunch to present their speeches for us,” Peabody Senior Center site manager Ruth Lott said. “We have been assured that several more will be coming to make presentations as their schedules allow.”

“There is no scheduled time for them to be here so anyone interested in watching them perform should just plan to be here for lunch so they won’t miss the performances,” Lott said. “It is quite enjoyable to have the young people come in and we have enjoyed their presentations.”

On Thursday, the center will honor the people who have volunteered for the past year.

“We know that we could not function without each of our volunteers,” Lott said. “So we want to be sure everyone is on hand for lunch Thursday to thank those that help us so much.”

Roger Charles will present a program on World War I after lunch on that day. Reservations are necessary for the lunch, but not the program.

The senior center will host its monthly Wii Bowling Tournament on Monday.

There will be a National Day of Prayer observance after lunch on May 3. Again, reservations are needed for the meal that day, but not for the program following lunch.

The center welcomes volunteers, interesting programs, and additional seniors who want to enjoy a nutritious meal in a friendly atmosphere.

The center is located at 106 N. Walnut St., Peabody, and is open 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on weekdays. Meal reservations are needed a day in advance. Call (620 983-2226 and leave a message if necessary.

The charge for lunch is a suggested donation of $2.75 for anyone 60 or older and $4.50 for all others.

The phone number to ask a question, make a reservation, or volunteer is (620) 983-2226.

Last modified April 26, 2012

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