Big news at senior services: The roundabout opens!

Published 2:30 pm Tuesday, January 2, 2024

By Carrie Miller

Davie Senior Services

December at Senior Services was met with a Christmas surprise – the roundabout finally opened.

Ms. Senior Davie 2023, Azalee Stockton, first runner up Donna Fraley, and contestant LaTeah Dunn rode in a blue convertible driven by Christian Anderson a the Mocksville Christmas Parade.

The Parkinson’s Support Group hcelebrated with a Christmas Party. This meeting was to determine topics they would be interested in hearing about next year.

There’s no trip like to the Southern Fruitcake Factory. Mike Garner and two buses visited the fruitcake factory on Dec. 5 for lunch, a tour, and taste samples.

The monthly veterans social participants enjoyed biscuits and coffee along with a World War II trivia game.

Davie’s Senior Tar Heel delegate, Allison Brown, visited for her monthly chat. Santa Claus came to visit during her program.

Members of the Theatre Club visited the Lexington Community Theatre for the show “White Christmas.”

More than 150 attended the annual Christmas party with the theme, “A Dicken’s Christmas.” The room was decorated with pieces of a Dicken’s village with holly and candles. Entertainment featured carols and carolers from Mocksville First United Methodist Church chancel choir. The food left no one hungry.

The second annual Christmas Spirit Week featured a theme for each day: Merry Monday, wear red and green; Twinkle Tuesday, wear light up accessaries or hats; Winter Wonderland Wednesday, wear a winter scarf; Tree-mendous Thursday, wear a Christmas sweater or sweatshirt; and Frosty Friday, dress like a snowman.

Armchair Adventures participants learned about Iceland including a few snacks.

Bingo on Dec. 29 was sponsored by Allegacy Federal Credit Union.

Senior Services would like to thank everyone for making 2023 one of the best yet, and staff looks forward to seeing more 55 year old or better friends in 2024.

To learn more, call at 336-753-6230.