On August 10th the Mason Dixon Lions Club held their annual Picnic Lunch for the Delta Senior Center. The lunch was very well attended and much appreciated.
Along with the lunch the Lions Club donated a new Bench for the front of the center.
Thank you Mason Dixon Lions Club!!!!!
Some of the ladies made and paraded their Easter Bonnets for the enjoyment of the after lunch bunch. Due to a glitch I lost some close-ups and apologize.
A thank you for Penny
Linda presents Penny with a quilted wall hanging as a thank you for leading the Line Dance Classes
Decoupage was the craft this time. What started as plain glass jars ended up as nicely decorated holders for a small electric light. A nice little nick-knack for Valentine's Day
Call it Needlecraft, Handcraft, or Knit and Crochet these ladies enjoy getting together to work on their projects
Penny's line dance class
Learn some moves and get some exercise too!
The Delta Senior Center Christmas Party was held on December 14th. The group was entertained with Holiday Music by Patrick. Dee was selling her delicious candies in the activity room and there was a table of gift bags for the attendees.
The annual Christmas Fair was held on December 4th and it was nice to see so much enthusiasm and support. Thanks to everyone who worked on the fair, to the vendors, and to all the people who came to the fair and supported the event.
One of our members donated some plywood and another donated some time and we ended up with birdhouses to paint. We had quite the variety of finished products!
Light exercise class has started again.
Here are a few photos of Denise leading the group
The photographs below were all taken prior to the Senior Center's closing due to the Covid-19 pandemic. When the Delta Senior Center is permitted to resume activities we will start posting new photos. Please check back
Our members volunteered their time in March to string beads and make "Bracelets for Ben's Wish". The bracelets become part of a kit donated to parents who have lost a small child to help ease their loss. Thank you for your kindness in helping with this worthwhile project.
Penny, front and center, leads a line dance class at the Delta Senior Center. Not only does this group enjoy their dancing but they are getting quite a workout too!
An all day "Sew Day" was organized by Mary, who as you can see was "pressed" into extra duty. The Sew For Vets group was making items to give the Vets at one of the local Veteran Homes and another part of the day was spent making sewing machine mats, which makes the work easier for those doing the sewing.
The Block of the Month is a quilting project where every month a different block of a quilt is made. The photo below is an example of what the finished quilts will resemble. The finished quilts will vary depending on the fabrics and designs each quilters chooses. We will try to update this section as the project progresses.
When you hear "Straw Weaving" you may think of weaving straw from a broom but no, this Straw Weaving project used drinking straws.
While "Dining with Susan" the group learned to make Whiskey Balls. They also got to enjoy their creations after they finished.
Fittingly, January's craft was a Snowman. These were a different style than December's.
Pickleball is a very active sport enjoyed at the Delta Senior Center. I apologize if some of the photos are blurry but this is a very robust activity and the participants are moving a lot! Imagine indoor tennis with a heavy Wiffle ball and wood paddles and you have Pickleball.
The folks you see below are taking part in the Jigsaw Puzzle Challenge. It's one of the quicker activities but loads of fun. Each player gets 10 puzzle pieces to put together, then, when they are done, they are allowed to put their finished set in the middle and help others in their group to finish the full puzzle. I think this was a tie!
For the last game of the NFL season there was a party to watch the Ravens/Steelers rivalry. It was a good time no matter who you were cheering for!
The December Craft project was creating Snowmen.
The annual Christmas Party was held on December 19th. The event was well attended with a puppet show from Puppet and Story Works to open the festivities and with the Elves from Drayer Therapy giving out the gifts and leading serving the meal. Thanks to all who helped set up, helped during, and helped with the clean up.
The house was packed
Dottie with Luke Warmwater
Steve tells a story about an old Amish couple
The Big Sad Wolf and Red cuddle
Hugs were given as well as gifts
Steve welcomes the crowd
Dottie and Red Riding Hood
Steve and Dottie with Clarence and Viola Lovejoy
The Elves from Drayer Therapy
I guess the good boys got to sit on the elf's lap!
The Senior Center was swarming with sweaters on December 13th! While some call it an "Ugly Sweater" Contest many were far from ugly and showed some real creativity. The nice young ladies from Drayer Therapy were there to judge the sweaters and hand out prizes.
The Drayer "Grinches" and their trusty pooch Max were the judges
The Annual Christmas Fair was held December 7th this year. As usual the day starts with a Pancake Breakfast. There were plenty of vendors selling not only Christmas items but a wide variety other items as well. The day ended with the popular Basket Raffle.
On October 31st we held our annual Halloween Party. The day starts with volunteers filling bags for the children who attend the Halloween party at the Delta/Cardiff VFC. Then we start our festivities. It is a full morning with the Ghost Ring Toss, a Cake Walk, Pumpkin Bowling, Readings by the Creative Writing group, Pumpkin Painting, and Cockroach Racing (they aren't real cockroaches!). After all that the finale is the Costume Parade then lunch. We also want to thank the young ladies from Drayer Physical Therapy for volunteering their time to help out.
Filling gift bags for the kids
Lora was our Master of Ceremonies
Richard reads one of his ghost stories
The Costume Parade!!
And the winners are!!!!!
left to right
Scariest, Best, Sexiest, Funniest, Most Original
Last but not least thanks to
Amanda, Brittany, and Jessie
from Drayer Physical Therapy for donating their time
On October 5th 2019 the Delta Senior Center held its Fall Yard Sale. Many volunteers make this event a popular fundraiser for the Senior Center. Thanks to all the volunteers and the customers who help support the Delta Senior Center!
These ladies, Jane (L), Virginia (C), and Judy (R) donate untold hours sorting, pricing, and preparing all the donations.
Friday morning volunteers put out the items for sale
Halloween items were popular
The early birds are lined up to go inside and the outdoor sale is already going.
All the donations are ready to be unboxed
Some of the Fall type items for sale
Ready to go
The sale is on!!
Checkout! Volunteers Maxine (L), Sabrina (C), and Ann (R) help out at one of three checkouts.
Through generous donations materials are provided for a Floral Arrangement program. All you need to bring is your container and you take your arrangement home with you!
Several times a week Assistant Director Denise Burkins leads the Light Exercise group. A little light exercise might be just what you are looking for. Check the calendar for days and times.
On September 5, 2019 we were pleased to have Jessica and Kate from Wellspan present the program "Stop The Bleed". The program provided valuable information and some hands on training on how to react to situations where critical bleeding is present.
Denise (C) introduces Jessica (L) and Kate (R) from Wellspan
Getting some hands on feel for a tourniquet
Kate explains how to apply a tourniquet
Some successfully applied touniquets
The morning and afternoon sessions were both well attended
Jessica with one of the simulated limbs with a wound
Jessica demonstrating how to apply pressure to a wound
Practicing packing a wound with gauze
Our Beautiful New Parking Lot Aug. 1, 2016
Christmas Fair 2016
One of Mrs. Santa's elves
2017 Fashion Show