Susquehanna Senior Center

Special Events

 

The winners of our baby contest on our site.

The senior center sponsored the contest at Craley Days and these were the winners

Little Miss Craley: Whitley Shorts
Little Mister Craley: Lincoln Anderson

Best Dressed (0-12): Brook Ebach
Judges Choice (0-12): Alec Clinton

Best Dressed (13-24): McKenna Frantz
Judges Choice (13-24): Hadley Vogelsong

Honorable mentions included: Adler Taughinbaugh - Sadie Nye - Riley Taylor - Paislee Deale - Bailey Welsh - Andrew Koppenhaver


Thank you to the bingo sponsors.....

ALLEGRO VINEYARDS
LILIAN (LILY) BARSOVITZ
FRAN BREDBENNER (IN MEMORY OF ED UHRIG)
BURG FUNERAL HOME
MELISSA CAPO
COLOR, CUTS AND CURLS
COMMISSIONER SUSAN BYRNES
COMMISSIONER DOUG HOKE
CONNIECRULL
MARILYN DALY (MEMORY OFMARCIE KEENER)
H.G. BOOKS
BEVERLY HEILMAN
BARBARA HINES
FRANK&JUANITA KLEIN
LAUCKS & LAUCKS, PC
LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIPHISTORICAL SOCIETY
BRUCE MILLER & DR. DIANA MILLER
NAYLOR WINERY
OLEWILER&HEFFNER FUNERAL CHAPEL
PEACH BOTTOM HEATING&COOLING
RIVER BEVERAGE
JOYCE SEABOLT
SHIRLEY SHELLY
SUSQUEHANNA SENIOR CENTER BAKERS
SUSQUEHANNA SENIOR CENTER STAFF
WORKMAN FUNERAL HOMES
 


2nd Annual Susquehanna Senior Center Pet Fair

Sunday, October 1 from 1 - 4

Lower Windsor Township Building

Pet Vendors, Pet Photographers, Contests, Concessions, Door Prizes and Raffles

Bring your furry friends and come out and visit us at the Pet Fair

Download Flyer
 


COOKBOOKS FOR SALE

Our senior center is selling cookbooks. Orders are being accepted now and each book is $5.00. Payment is due with order. Please note, also, that checks can be made to
SASC-Cookbook.

Download the order form here.

 


Fundraiser

  The Susquehanna Senior Center is pleased to announce that it has joined the AmpleHarvest.org campaign - a nationwide effort to enable neighborhood food pantries to be easily located by local backyard gardeners wishing to share their excess garden bounty with neighbors in need. Millions of backyard gardeners across America frequently find that their vegetable and fruit gardens provide far more produce than they can possibly use or share with friends.

     Gardeners who want to share part of their harvest are often unable to find local pantries because they typically don’t have yellow page listings or an Internet presence.

     To address this, the AmpleHarvest.org web site enables food pantries to register their name, phone, address, an optional photograph of the pantry to make it easier to find, and day[s] of the week and time of the day they’ll accept the gardeners produce.

     The Susquehanna Senior Center welcomes fresh produce donations for its members
Monday – Friday 8am - 2pm. Please call 244-0340 for more information.