Posts tagged with: lunch

I hope you are able to set aside some time with a cup of coffee or tea and take a moment to look through the insert with our upcoming March...
Happy New Year! I am very excited to be at the Charlotte Senior Center as the new director. I feel so very fortunate to spend time in such a beautiful...
Winter classes are in full swing at the Senior Center....
We are excited to be offering our Monday Munches at the Charlotte Senior Center again....
As we begin to open our doors and start offering in-person classes again, we are pleased to announce that Lori York has joined the Senior Center in a part-time position...
Philo Ridge Farm, through the Frontline Foods Vermont program, donated and delivered lunch to the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service (CVFRS) staff on Friday morning. CVFRS said they are...
Being able to make choices can be a wonderful, liberating thing. There are so many levels of importance regarding the choices we make – from ethical to mundane....
“I find I think of myself not as a writer so much as someone who provides a gateway, a tangential route for readers to reach the circus. To visit the...
Haven’t we all been down this road—more than once? It seems that, for better for worse, a little self-forgiveness in order. Especially so, since we will very possibly fall into...
Mondays and Wednesdays are my favorite days of the week at the Senior Center. The mornings start out with the aroma of things cooking and the purposeful bustle in the...
As you know, the Senior Center does not sell cars or clothes, but it certainly does embody the other values mentioned in the quote. After having been at the wonderful...
“Music comes from an icicle as it melts, to live again as spring water.” ~ Henry Williamson Just today, a friend of mine in Washington, D.C., emailed me a photo...
Sound a little familiar? Which type are you? How is it that when we are young we are often compelled to think we have the answers? Yet as we age,...
Have you noticed that your attitude toward snow changes as the season wears on? At the outset, it’s that wonderful, magical, winter wonderland stuff—and in March, it’s a guest who...
On Monday December 17th, Chef Roland and Lisa Gaujac provided the Senior Center with a delicious holiday lunch. We are very grateful for their generosity and feel so fortunate to...
Ah, yes, those scary words: old age. This quote seems to suggest that it might just be an attitude or a mindset more than anything. So perhaps to “triumph over...
So, there are wrinkled old wizards in movies, but where are the female versions? They are more likely to be depicted as the w-word—which rhymes with stitch. Female wizards? Or,...
Gandalf, Dumbledore, Obi-Wan Kenobi—all old men with wrinkles—and magical powers. So, the magic makes the wrinkles acceptable? Interesting that the magic does not make them go away. Hmm. Perhaps they...
We celebrate a community-spirited reaching out to embrace those who may need a little boost. This month, a special thank you to Teresa Meyer, Margaret Berlin, Mary Volk, Lili Ruane,...
It is no surprise that the Senior Center primarily serves residents of Charlotte, but did you know that we also welcome those from surrounding communities?  What’s more, these participants also...