Senior Citizens Organization open to all

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Dr. Charles Harris of Cicero was the guest speaker at the Noblesville Senior Citizen Organization on May 15. Harris discussed his tours known as Chuck’s Wagon Wheels. From left: Norma Ross, active member of Senior Citizen group, Dr. Charles Harris and Sheila Raines, owner of Sheila’s Country Kitchen, a new catering business run out of the Wesleyan Church in Cicero. (Photo provided by Senior Citizen Organization)

Dr. Charles Harris of Cicero was the guest speaker at the Noblesville Senior Citizen Organization on May 15. Harris discussed his tours known as Chuck’s Wagon Wheels. From left: Norma Ross, active member of Senior Citizen group, Dr. Charles Harris and Sheila Raines, owner of Sheila’s Country Kitchen, a new catering business run out of the Wesleyan Church in Cicero. (Photo provided by Senior Citizen Organization)

Serving all of Hamilton County, Senior Citizens Organization is a social group open to anyone who would like to join, however, members must be at least 55 to vote in the general business meeting and to hold an office.

The goal of the center is to give members a place to meet for fun and fellowship. It also provides the elderly with information, service and referrals to local agencies and their services. Senior Citizens Organization offers card games, Bingo, beginning line dancing, dominos, exercise, Wii bowling, ping pong, pinochle, puzzles, knitting circles and a pool table.

The center, which is located across the street from Noblesville High School at 18336 Cumberland Rd., is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Senior Citizens Organization, a 501(c)(3) charity, is a self-supporting organization founded in September 1977 and incorporated in 1978. For more information, call 773-6904 or visit www.seniorcitizensorg.org.

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Senior Citizens Organization open to all

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Dr. Charles Harris of Cicero was the guest speaker at the Noblesville Senior Citizen Organization on May 15. Harris discussed his tours known as Chuck’s Wagon Wheels. From left: Norma Ross, active member of Senior Citizen group, Dr. Charles Harris and Sheila Raines, owner of Sheila’s Country Kitchen, a new catering business run out of the Wesleyan Church in Cicero. (Photo provided by Senior Citizen Organization)

Dr. Charles Harris of Cicero was the guest speaker at the Noblesville Senior Citizen Organization on May 15. Harris discussed his tours known as Chuck’s Wagon Wheels. From left: Norma Ross, active member of Senior Citizen group, Dr. Charles Harris and Sheila Raines, owner of Sheila’s Country Kitchen, a new catering business run out of the Wesleyan Church in Cicero. (Photo provided by Senior Citizen Organization)

Serving all of Hamilton County, Senior Citizens Organization is a social group open to anyone who would like to join, however, members must be at least 55 to vote in the general business meeting and to hold an office.

The goal of the center is to give members a place to meet for fun and fellowship. It also provides the elderly with information, service and referrals to local agencies and their services. Senior Citizens Organization offers card games, Bingo, beginning line dancing, dominos, exercise, Wii bowling, ping pong, pinochle, puzzles, knitting circles and a pool table.

The center, which is located across the street from Noblesville High School at 18336 Cumberland Rd., is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Senior Citizens Organization, a 501(c)(3) charity, is a self-supporting organization founded in September 1977 and incorporated in 1978. For more information, call 773-6904 or visit www.seniorcitizensorg.org.

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Senior Citizens Organization open to all

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Dr. Charles Harris of Cicero was the guest speaker at the Noblesville Senior Citizen Organization on May 15. Harris discussed his tours known as Chuck’s Wagon Wheels. From left: Norma Ross, active member of Senior Citizen group, Dr. Charles Harris and Sheila Raines, owner of Sheila’s Country Kitchen, a new catering business run out of the Wesleyan Church in Cicero. (Photo provided by Senior Citizen Organization)

Dr. Charles Harris of Cicero was the guest speaker at the Noblesville Senior Citizen Organization on May 15. Harris discussed his tours known as Chuck’s Wagon Wheels. From left: Norma Ross, active member of Senior Citizen group, Dr. Charles Harris and Sheila Raines, owner of Sheila’s Country Kitchen, a new catering business run out of the Wesleyan Church in Cicero. (Photo provided by Senior Citizen Organization)

Serving all of Hamilton County, Senior Citizens Organization is a social group open to anyone who would like to join, however, members must be at least 55 to vote in the general business meeting and to hold an office.

The goal of the center is to give members a place to meet for fun and fellowship. It also provides the elderly with information, service and referrals to local agencies and their services. Senior Citizens Organization offers card games, Bingo, beginning line dancing, dominos, exercise, Wii bowling, ping pong, pinochle, puzzles, knitting circles and a pool table.

The center, which is located across the street from Noblesville High School at 18336 Cumberland Rd., is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Senior Citizens Organization, a 501(c)(3) charity, is a self-supporting organization founded in September 1977 and incorporated in 1978. For more information, call 773-6904 or visit www.seniorcitizensorg.org.

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