and STAR Transportation. . .

Steuben County Council on Aging • 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 1 B • Angola, IN 46703

C.O.A. Office (260)-665-8191  STAR Transportation (260)-665-9856

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Looking for an activity? We have a variety of things to do!!

Come in and check some of these out!!

 

Like to play Cards??

Tuesday and Wednesday for Bid Euchre at Noon

Thursday for Pinochle at 9:00

 

Ancient Chineese Tile game...

Mahjong on Tuesday and Thursday at 1:30

 

Bingo!!!

Lincoln Bingo 1st and 3rd Monday at 1:30

 

How about Excercise?

Low impact Aerobic class Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:15

We also have a Fitness room that is open from 8-4 Monday through Friday with Treadmills, Recumbent bike, stationary bikes etc.

 

Would you like to study the Bible?

Come and join our friendly and knowledgeble Bible Class.

Walk through the Bible class first and 3rd Wednesday at 9:00

 

Like to go out to eat and socialize? Join us for our monthly Breakfast with Friends on the 3rd Thursday of the Month at Mama's Place at 9:00 am or our Monthly Birthday Bash held at a different restaurant each month. (location posted in the newsletter)  

 

We also have a bi-monthly Free Luncheon, watch the newsletter for details!!!

 

We hope to see you soon!! If you have any questions, please call us at 260-665-8191

HONORING OUR VETERANS

US NAVAL OFFICER WILLIAM LANCASTER

Officer Lancaster was born in 1932 and was living in South Bend at the time he proudly enlisted in the US Navy in 1950. He began his service by attending boot camp at the Naval Station Great Lakes from there traveled to places such as New Jersey, San Diego, California, Okinawa and other islands during the war. He served in the Korean War. During my talks with Officer Lancaster, as well as his Son, Al Lancaster, I was told he served on the USS Brokaw, an aircraft carrier, and that there was damage to the ship, but its not currently known as to what happened exactly. Officer Lancaster recalls the food on the ship as “pretty good”, and that he joined to “help people”. Officer Lancaster was also part of the Atomic Testing that took place. Although, I wasn’t able to find out a full history on Officer Lancaster, I was able to spend enough time with him to know he is a gentle, happy man, who repeated several times, he just wanted to help people. He has several pictures in his room proudly displaying family, the American Flag, legion members, VFW members, and his Veteran Hats. God Bless you and THANK YOU Officer William Lancaster for your service and dedication to the United States of America!!!

B. Lancaster