By Reader Staff
Here are a couple of fun events coming up at the Sandpoint Senior Center.
“Widows Helping Widows” got off to a great start last month at the Sandpoint Senior Center. Four gals shared information about their common experiences. They also talked about referrals to services and resources in the area for repairs that their husbands had done in the past. They came up with a motto: “Women getting strong together!”
The next meeting will take place on Monday, July 25 at 10 a.m. in the SASi conference room. For more information contact SASi at 263-6860 to leave a message for group coordinator Vivian Kirkwood. Women who have gone through divorce are also welcome to attend.
Summertime visitors Lee and Lea Soltis have brought “Silver Sneakers” to SASi.
The Richard Simmons videotape is a great 40-minute workout that they do daily and has made them stronger and more fit.
The classes take place Monday mornings at 8:15 a.m. in the Sandpoint Senior Center, 820 Main Street. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and sneakers (of any color!) for this gentle stretching and movement class.
For more information, contact SASi at 263-6860
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