Meet Monday Evenings 6:30 – 9:00 PM
October Weekly Programs:
OCTOBER 22 - A Pound Sale - Please bring a pound of something in a bag to play.
OCTOBER 29 - Geronimo (a card game)
October Social Activities:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19
Pizza with Donna 6PM at Papa Gino’s 770 Washington St in Weymouth Please sign up.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20
Bowling with Joe Sheehan 4PM at Timberlanes Rt 18 in Abington with a snack after. Sign up is a must.
November Social Activities:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
THANKSGIVING DINNER 6:30PM with Donna at Hearth & Kettle Rt 18 in Weymouth Cost $26 includes complete buffet dinner/dessert - tax - tip. RESERVATIONS AND PAYMENT must be received by Monday, October 29th. Checks made out to Donna McShane can be mailed to her at 64 White Street So Weymouth, MA 02190 or given to Karen McWilliams or Gail Bowers. NO AT THE DOOR MONEY ACCEPTED.
Activities Held Every Week
Mondays and Fridays 8:00 AM:
TAICHI - Bates Hall at Second Congregational Church in Cohasset. This is a free event.
Beginner WALLYBALL - Join Colleen for indoor volleyball 7:00 - 9:00 PM at:
South Shore Racquet & Fitness 406 VFW Drive Rockland, MA Cost $7.50 per person.
Free Independent MOVIE NIGHT every 3rd Wednesday 7 PM at the Hingham Public Library 228 Hingham.
Free popcorn and refreshments offered by the Library.
A Free Appreciation Breakfast for all Veterans will be held at the Abington Senior Center 441 Summer St., Abington at 8:30AM on the third Wednesday of every month. Next breakfast is October 17, 2018.
COUNCIL MEETING - The next scheduled council meeting will be Wednesday, October 10 at 6:30. All NB Members are invited to attend the meeting. If at any time you have concerns or questions, please notify a Member-At-Large or Council Member. Phone numbers are in the newsletter.
FACILITATORS - The next facilitator group session is TBD. All facilitators will be expected to attend. If you would like to facilitate, please contact Peggy Coronite. New facilitators are ALWAYS welcome. Please volunteer and we will train you.
The NB Council
If you plan on donating food, here are the nonperishable items food pantries need most:
Canned meat (Spam)
Avoid items with glass or cellophane packaging, they can be broken in transport.
Pop-top cans are a plus, no open needed