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Friends of Woodbury Senior Community Center Donate Large Television

Friends of Woodbury Senior Community Center, Inc. Board members: Seated on floor (l to r): Claudette Volage and Bonnie Gardella; Standing (l to r): Nancy Mackey, Francine McDougall, Beth Lyons, Lynne Kearney, Sharon Sherman, Blaine Schaefer and Ray Kelly. (not pictured: Kathleen Anderson, Larae Graham, Bernie McManus, and Leonore Templeton).

WOODBURY – Recently, Friends of Woodbury Senior Community Center, Inc. donated a large screen high tech SAMSUNG TV for the Center’s TV room, replacing an older version. The purchase of the new TV was financed through raffles, bake sales, and donations. Shown with the new “smart” TV are Friends of Woodbury Senior Community Center, Inc.

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The next community event scheduled by Friends of the Woodbury Senior Community Center, Inc. is the Sunday, March 18, 2 p.m. FREE concert at the Woodbury Senior Community Center. Featured will be Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem, a talented musical group that includes superb vocalists with trademark harmonies, playing with a fiddle, acoustic guitar, standup bass and a “junk” drum set, as well as hand percussion instruments from around the world.

The Friends of Woodbury Senior Community Center, Inc. is a tax exempt 501c3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.  Funds raised are used to finance equipment, services and programs at the Woodbury Senior Community Center that are outside the Center’s budget.

For more information about becoming a member of the non-profit Friends of Woodbury Senior Community Center, Inc. or to learn more about the upcoming March 18th Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem free concert, contact Sharon Sherman at (203) 695-5410.

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