Bath Community Senior Center
Perlista Henry presented a program on Stroke Signs and Symptoms for 17 senior members on May 18. She gave each member an ACT FAST CALL 911 sticker. This sticker illustrates the signs of a possible stroke. We thank Perlista for providing this very important information.
The Bath Animal Welfare Foundation held a "Trunk Sale" at the senior center on May 11, 2015. Members shopped for and found bargains galore! Following the sale, there was a drawing for door prizes. We would like to thank Nancy Johnson, Bonnie Kling and Jo Windham for coordinating the trunk sale and visiting with us. We had a wonderful time!
Bath Community Senior Center seeks a Substitute Director. Position is Monday, Wednesday & Thursday as needed 8:30AM-1:30PM. This is an on-call, part-time position at BCSC under the supervision of the Senior Director.
Bath Community Senior Center seeks a substitute van driver. Van drivers work Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 7:00AM – 3:30PM. This is an on call, part-time position at BCSC under the supervision of the Center Director.
Jennifer McDonald, Outreach Specialist for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services Center in Staunton spoke with 16 senior members about the early signs of hearing loss.
Doug Holroyd, BCH Pharmacist visited the senior center to discuss medication interactions, as well as answer various questions regarding medications. Members brought a list of their medications for Mr. Holroyd to review. The senior members enjoyed his visit and thank him for the helpful information.