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Fallbrook Senior Center has busy month planned

FALLBROOK – The next monthly general meeting of the Fallbrook Senior Citizens Center, which is open to all members, will be held Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 10 a.m.

Coffee and refreshments will be available during the meeting and door prizes given out at the end of the meeting.

Carlos Perez, owner of Affordable and Quality Home Care Services, will be the speaker. The Senior Center now has a defibrillator, and Perez will be giving a talk on the proper use of the unit, and will also demonstrate CPR.

Perez has offered to teach a one-hour class on the proper use and operation of the defibrillator on a future date. A signup sheet will be available for those who are interested in attending the class, which will be limited to eight people.

Bingo will be played after the meeting starting at 12:30 p.m. Cards are one dollar each. Prizes are awarded to the winners.

The Fallbrook Ukulele Strummers Group, which practices at the Senior Center, continues to grow and now boasts fifteen players. The group is making great progress and sounds better with each practice. The performers have been making appearances out in the community and welcome opportunities to perform.

Current activities and classes available at the center include exercise, German language classes, cribbage, pinochle, bridge, mah jong, Wii bowling, pool tournaments and the Knit Wits group.

The Fallbrook Senior Citizen Center is located at 399 Heald Lane. For further information, call (760) 728-4498.


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