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AARPChapter 8 Hendersonvillemeets at 10AM on the second Wednesday of each month in theHendersonville Seventh-day Adventist Church fellowship hall 2301Asheville Highway, corner of Haynes Street. Coffee and social at 10AM,general meetings at 10:30AM. Call 696-9181 formore information.

AmericanLegion Hubert M. Smith meets the second and fourth Thursdayin the members hall, 216 Fourth Ave. West. General Membership meetingat 7 p.m. and Dinner at 6 p.m. for a nominal fee. For more information,call 693-3922.

Blue RidgeCenter for Lifelong Learning offers all kinds ofclasses. Call 694-1740 for more information.

Cardand Board Games are offered at 1:30 and 4pm everyThursday at the Sammy Williams Senior Center. This is free and open toall seniors. Call 697-4884 or 692-3320 for more information.

Consumer Credit CounselingService mission is to help individuals and familiesin financial/ housing crisis in Henderson County to be able to meettheir financial obligations, stabilize their housing, develop moneymanagement skills and avoid bankruptcy.

Henderson County Councilon Aging is a non-profit corporation consistingof senior citizens groups, organizations, and individuals that provideservices to older people. Visit this site to find a list anddescriptionsof local programs for older adults. 692-4203.

HendersonCounty Senior Democrats meets at 12:30 p.m. the thirdSaturday of the month. For more information, call 697-7606.

Housing Assistance Corp.works to provide safe and affordable housing for persons oflimited income living in Henderson County, because we believe everyhuman being deserves the opportunity to live in a decent home. For moreinformation on this group, call 828-692-4744.

TheOpportunity House is an arts, crafts, and cultural centerlocated at 1411 Asheville Highway. They offer classes and activitieslike bridge, bingo, woodworking, computers, gardening, sewing,languages, exercises, dancing, pottery and much more. Call 692-0575 formore information.

Pisgah Legal Services'mission is to provide effective, high-quality legal counseling andrepresentation for poor people in certain non-criminal matters thataddress the client's basic needs; to ensure equal justice for poorpeople; to advance and protect the legal rights of the poor, andsubstantially improve their live.  

SeniorFriendshipsholds general meetings at 7pm on the third Thursday of the month exceptJune, July and December at the Opportunity House. Numerous social andsports activities are available throughtout the year. Call 891-9202 and890-4271 for more information.

TheSammy Williams Senior Center hosts a variety of classesincluding computer, crafts, Internet, pinochle, needlework, and more.Call 692-3320 for more information.

TheSeniors Social Clubis a club for seniors living in Henderson County. The club has fourdinner socials and two luncheon socials a year with entertainment plusnumerous monthly activites. Guests and new members are welcome. Call697-4363 for more information.

YMCA ofHendersonville and Henderson County Call to findout about the exciting programs they offer. 828-692-5774

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