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Senior center is adding activities to its offerings

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Senior Center Executive Director Susie Gonsalves said, "We are delighted to unveil changes to our lunch program that we hope will enhance your lunch time at the Fallbrook Senior Center.

"We are broadening our range of social, educational, and entertainment activities to ensure that your time with us is not only enjoyable but also enriching. As part of this initiative, we will now feature Lunch and Learn sessions twice a month on Tuesdays, where guest speakers will cover various engaging topics.

"Additionally, Cal State San Marcos Nursing students will be present several times a month to conduct blood pressure and glucose checks, as well as provide educational information. We will also be incorporating more days with music to enhance the ambiance."

To implement these positive changes, the center has adjusted its eligibility guidelines. Starting Jan. 1, it lowered the age of eligibility to 50. Those 50 and above can enjoy delicious meals for just $5, while guests under 50 can join them for $12.

Residents' participation and support help in making these enhancements possible. Gonsalves added, "Come join us on this exciting journey as we strive to create memorable moments and strengthen community bonds!"

Lunch is served at the Fallbrook Community Center, located at 341 Heald Lane, Monday through Friday. Doors open at 10:30 a.m., and all guests are asked to arrive no later than 11 a.m.

"Everyone is welcome to join us, as meals are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Don't miss out on the opportunity to be part of this enriching experience, Gonsalves said.

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Submitted by Fallbrook Senior Center.


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