Members of the Wilmot Ladies Aid Society hosted a dessert social/Senior Luncheon orientation on Sept. 2, in the 1st Congregational Church’s meeting room in Wilmot Center. Representatives of the sponsoring organizations (1st Congregational Church of Wilmot, Wilmot Public Library, Wilmot Ladies Aid Society, Community Action Program of Concord, New London Council on Aging and Promotion Solutions of Wilmot) enjoyed refreshments while the Ladies, church liaison Doug MacDonald, muscle team, librarian Glynis Hart, Community Action Program staff members Heather O’Brien and Dennis Keon, senior luncheon program leader Chris Jenssen and special guests planned out the senior luncheon season to come.
Hot lunches will be served up by the Community Action Program of Concord at noon on the 3rd Thursday of the month. The first of the 6 monthly luncheons will start at noon on October 21 (skipping December) and will be held at a new location, the ground floor church meeting room at the 1st Congregational Church of Wilmot, (There are no stair steps!).
The church meeting room is located next to the Wilmot Public Library at 19 North Wilmot Road in Wilmot Center, just 3 miles north of the intersection of Rts. 4A and 11. The meeting room is a sunny, well ventilated space with a kitchen and handicapped restroom. Door prizes, entertainment, free books, CAP’s frozen dinners to go and more will be available immediately following the popular luncheons.
Out of concern for all who attend, guests will be required to be vaccinated and wear a mask indoors (except while eating).
To sign up, call 748 2627 by October 10. Be prepared to leave your name, town and phone number to reserve your place! Reserve a spot for yourself, for you and someone else, or even consider organizing a whole table of up to 6 friends! See you there!