Tai Chi and more at Sr. Meal site

T he Washington County Senior Meal Site in Whitehall will be the sight of several senior-centric events this month.

On Jan. 18, Marge Mohn will introduce attendees to Tai Chi. The event will begin at 11:30 p.m. and will focus on gentle movements aimed at relaxation and alleviating stress.

Immediately following Mohn’s presentation, Stephanie Ball from Washington County Cares will speak on health services, SNAP and other benefits covered by Medicare.

The following week, on Jan. 25, Vanessa Ross, also from Washington County Cares, will discuss “super health foods” and eating healthy.

All three events are open to area seniors. Anyone who would like to attend, or is interesting in eating at the meal site, which is located at the American Legion Post on Main Street, is encouraged to call 499-2482 for reservations.

 

 

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