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Posted on: August 3, 2020

Senior Activities Remain On Hold

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The Hudson Senior Advisory Committee (SAC) had a full schedule of activities for 2020 that were placed on hold due to COVID-19. All senior activities sponsored by the Senior Advisory Committee will remain on hold indefinitely.

The City of Hudson is reviewing safety measures that may impact room occupancy for both Barlow Community Center and the Community Room at City Hall. Once these areas have been deemed safe and are reopened by the City, the SAC would be able to continue indoor activities in some capacity.

Please know that the Senior Advisory Committee has not disbanded. Committee members will begin meeting again in the fall to create a versatile schedule for 2021, and the Committee is looking forward to the time when senior programs can be safely offered.

In the meantime, Hudson seniors can socialize and meet others through the Hudson Senior Citizens group. Rain or shine, the group will meet on the second Friday of the month at noon, at the Western Reserve Christian Church on 516 W. Streetsboro Street, in Hudson. The boxed lunch is $10 per person. Stay and enjoy lunch with others or take a lunch to go.

Make a reservation by mailing a check, payable to "Hudson Senior Citizens," to Jim Rothgery at 157 Brentwood Dr., Hudson, 44236. Stay safe, stay healthy, and look for more information in the future.

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