WHEN: 10am on April 9th, May 14th, June 11th, September 10th, and October 8th
WHERE: Boyertown Area Sr. High School Memorial Stadium Community Track
Free event encouraging activity and fun!
Grandparents bring your grandkids, kids bring your senior parents, caregivers bring the seniors you care for. Bingo cards, prizes, water, and snacks are provided for Seniors.
We encourage multigenerational activity for fun & fitness!
What may you ask is “BINGO Walking”?
When you arrive, each Senior will receive a BINGO card. For each half lap you walk around the track, 10 BINGO numbers will be pulled. Mark your BINGO cards with pulled numbers. Each 5 in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal), you get to choose a prize from our Prize Table including household goods & healthy living items.
Boyertown Area Sr. High School
Memorial Stadium Community Track
120 N. Monroe St., Boyertown, PA
Weather Permitting –
if the weather is inclement please join us at the
New Hanover Rec. Center, 2373 Hoffmansville Road, Fredrick, PA 19435
Dr. Julie Adamski, Chair at DrJulieAdamski@energy-pt.com or 610-310-0915
Diane Lauer, Director at BoyertownWellness@yahoo.com or 610-334-3710.
Saturday, April 18, 2015, 1-3 pm
at the NEW LOCATION
Pottstown High School 750 N. Washington St.
Approximately 700 people attended this free event for Pottstown families with young children last year at the YMCA. We hope to see you this year at Pottstown High School! If your organization is able to participate by providing a family activity or other resources to support families, we provide the table and space at no cost. Please reply to Jane Bennett – email@example.com for questions or to confirm your participation.
Thanks for all you do to support that all Pottstown’s children enter kindergarten ready to learn and achieve. Join us and help celebrate Pottstown’s young children and families!!
Jane Bennett 610-256-6370 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Rieck 610-970-6655 email@example.com
Across Berks County and as far away as Connecticut and Texas, diehard fans will be devouring red meat from football-shaped links of Lebanon bologna as they watch the New York Giants and the New England Patriots do battle at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
“They’re the centerpiece of the Super Bowl party,” says Verna Dietrich, 80, whose family operates Dietrich’s Meats & Country Store in Krumsville.