The 55 Plus Club returns on Wednesday, Sept. 14 for a new season of luncheons and programs.
As in the past few years, the Sheriff’s Department of Madison County will be in charge of the
first program of the new season. This year, Major David Harper will speak about the 911 Alert Program for Seniors. This program is for all seniors, and will be especially critical for seniors who suffer from chronic illnesses or have disabilities.
Major Harper will explain why the program was implemented and what it means to the community. He will have sign up forms so that seniors at the meeting can be included in this very important program.
Sheriff Ben Stewart will also be in attendance to answer any questions.
The 55 Plus Club is open to all Madison County residents who are 55-years-old and older.
All faiths and races are welcome and no reservations are necessary. There are no fees of any kind, just come and enjoy a nice lunch, fellowship and an interesting program.
All meetings are held at the United Methodist Cooperative Center on Highway 145 about four miles north of Madison.
The September lunch will be served by Lee United Methodist Church at 12 p.m., with the program to follow.
The 55 Plus club meets the second Wednesday of every month from September through May at the UMCM Center. For more information the 55 Plus Club or any outreach ministry of the United Methodist Cooperative Ministries please contact the coordinator Deborah Brown at (850) 253-2133.