BUCYRUS — The Crawford County Council on Getting older (COA) will reopen its doorways to senior citizens July 6. Things to do on the calendar in July will take location within the senior centre, 200 S. Spring St., Bucyrus, or at selected places close to the county.
The grand opening celebration from 1 to 3 p.m. on July 6 kicks off Patriotic Week at the senior center.
“I’m arranging a themed 7 days of enjoyable each month. In June we experienced Beach Social gathering Week where just about every action had a seashore/tropical theme. In July, we are getting a Patriotic Week celebrating Independence Working day, the Bucyrus Bicentennial and our reopening,” Functions Coordinator Courtney Moody mentioned.
The centre is closed Monday, July 5, in observance of Independence Working day. The grand opening celebration on July 6 will characteristic a totally free cookout and Mark’s Home made Ice Cream for seniors 55 and more mature.
On July 7 there will be a presentation on the 1928 Seagrave Engine #2 at 10:15 a.m. in the parking lot. Lieutenant Barry Herschler from the Bucyrus Hearth Division will existing the background and carry the motor vehicle to the Council on Growing older. The engine was in company at the Bucyrus Fireplace Division from 1928 to 1964 and was procured throughout Main William F. Mader’s tenure.
Patriotic bingo will get place from 2 to 3 p.m. July 8 at the senior center. Those attending are inspired to dress in patriotic attire. Some bingo