The Zane Trace Button Club was founded in 1960 to promote the sudy and preservation of buttons, their history, purpose, and design. The group meets the first Tuesday of every month in the Trinway Room. Dues are only $2.50 per year, and at each meeting you'll see fabulous and intriguing buttons from long ago and learn about their history, construction, and preservation as miniature works of art.
Since 1972 the COAD Foster Grandparent Program has been providing meaningful volunteer services opportunities to men and women age 55 years and older working with both children and youth who are in need.
Volunteers are placed in a variety of settings such as schools, Head Start Programs, daycare centers, MR-DD programs, juvenile justice facilities, hospitals and libraries.
Every day in the communities we serve, COAD Foster Grandparent Volunteers are the people children in need depend on for love, wisdom and support. Foster Grandparents help children develop the skills, confidence and strength to succeed in life. Foster Grandparents make their neighborhoods and communities stronger by helping children with special and exceptional needs achieve their goals.
Foster Grandparents meet the second Thursday of the month at 10:00 in the Trinway Room.
If you are interested in becoming a Foster Grandparent volunteer, you may contact Linda Lohse-Smith at email@example.com.
GOOD OL' GOSPEL MUSIC NIGHT
Second Thursday of the month
We are hosting a good old-fashioned gospel music night on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM. This event is sponsored by Helen Purcell, and admission is $2.00.
The evening is open to the public of all ages, and is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy great music and fellowship! The next concert is Thursday, October 10th, featuring the music of Half Way Home.