SENIOR CITIZENS OF BRONXVILLE
Sue Tozzi, Director (914-793-2222)
Bridge: 9:30-11:30, teacher Robin Brown Tuesday, Fellowship Room
Exercise: 11:45-12:30, teacher Evey Riccobono Tuesday and Thursday
Newsletter Mailing: May 21st, 8:30 in Fellowship Room Reformed Church
Tuesdays in May at 1 pm (Luncheon starts at 12:30):
May 5th Pace Women’s Justice Center: Learn about ways to protect
yourself from identity theft and other scams.
May 12th Dennis Kobray as Frederic Chopin: Mr. Kobray brings to life
another great musical figure from history.
May 19th Luncheon 12:30: Songs of the Civil War, a traveling
program offered by St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site.
Please send your $18 check, payable to: The Bronxville Senior Citizens
to: Vicki Martin, 165 Winfred Ave. Yonkers, NY 10704.
May 26th What to Eat? Jennifer Scully and Katie Newmayer,
dieticians at Lawrence Hospital, will speak about Healthy
Diets for Seniors.
Please read and complete the enclosed survey and return to Sue Tozzi.
This information will help our requests for funding.
The Community Services Association of Mt. Vernon would like us to
collect boxes of cereal (both large and small) for their breakfast
program. Please bring donations any Tuesday.
We still have some openings!!!!
June 10- 12, 2009
Three day Ogunquit Maine trip.
Lobster Lovers and Lighthouses
We need to reserve by April 26th
Please Mail your $50 deposit to:
Mary Nicolis, 72 Pondfield Rd, West, Apt 6H, Bronxville NY 10708
We will be taping the performance by Dennis Kobray to be shown on Eastchester Cable
Channel 74. Please encourage friends to watch.
We hope to tape some of our other programs as well.
If you know if a member who is not feeling well or is in Lawrence
Hospital, call Dorothy Connolly (914-779-4169) and she will send along
Bronxville Farmers Market
Open for its 8th season: May 31st to November 22nd
Located at Stone Place at Paxton Avenue
Open every Saturday from 8:30 am to 1 pm
SENIOR CITIZENS COUNCIL
Is the umbrella organization under which we operate. They are a member of the
Community Fund, which supports our bridge, exercise and cultural programs.