, Kingston, NH

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August 30, 2012

Senior Lunches

— KINGSTON – Kingston senior citizens are reminded that the Monday Senior Lunches will resume on Mon., September 10. Since renovations   at the First Congregational Church have not been completed, Monday Lunch will continue to be held at the VFW on Route 125.   Volunteers will begin to serve between 11:45 a.m. and 12 noon. Seniors generally use time before and after the luncheon to   socialize with friends and acquaintances.

All Kingston seniors (age 55 and older) are invited to enjoy a great meal, for a very reasonable donation.

Volunteers serve the dinners, which include tea, coffee, and dessert.

The first Monday of each month is celebrated with birthday cake and ice cream, to honor all seniors who have a birthday during   that month.

The Committee would like to thank the VFW for donating the use of their facilities for the Kingston Senior Program.


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