The Mid Michigan Woodcrafters Club meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Commission on Aging, 2200 S. Lincoln Rd. Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
The meetings discuss various facets of woodworking, such as use of tools, design techniques, construction ideas and finishing tips.
Come out and play your favorite game in Room C of the Activity Center Mondays at 12:45 p.m. Already there are these games: Canasta, Pinochle and Dominos. If anyone wants to play scrabble or another board game, take it with you and a couple of friends and maybe others will join in.
We meet at 1 p.m., except in June and December, when we begin at noon.
There are no requirements for membership other than an interest in gardening.
The group meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. Membership is open to anyone who enjoys reading. There are a few spots available.
If you are interested, call 772-0748 to receive information and to reserve your place. The commitment to meet monthly is encouraged.
The Isabella County Transportation Commission is pleased to formerly announce the age requirement for Golden Age Cards is officially lowered to 80. If you are age 80 or older, you are eligible to receive a free Golden Age Card, compliments of the Isabella County Transportation Commission. This will enable you to ride the IRide bus for FREE.
The Commission on Aging has medical equipment to loan, at no cost. We currently have a number of wheelchairs, walkers and transfer benches, plus many other items.
Stop by (Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) or give us a call at 772-0748 if you’re in need.
The Caregiver Support Group meeting will be the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:30p.m. - 8:00p.m. at the Commission on Aging Activity Center, 2200 South Lincoln Road, Mt. Pleasant. This confidential support group is for men and women taking care of another person, be it their spouse, friend or a family member.
The Foster Grandparent Volunteer Program taps the skills, talents and experience of Americans who are age 55 and over who are on a limited income to assist children in need. They serve in elementary classrooms, day care centers and Head Start classrooms providing academic social and emotional support to help students reach their full potential.
Friendly Visiting is a program where volunteers of all ages are matched with homebound older adults who just need a friend to visit and interact with to help brighten their day.
Our Friendly Visiting Program is for you if you have...
If you enjoy a professional office atmosphere which includes greeting visitors and performing general clerical duties, the Commission on Aging needs you!