24th Senior Citizens Day Out held Thursday


Large crowd on hand at old New Holland school

By Martin Graham - [email protected]



Ann Thompson and Larry Doss greet the senior residents who attended the 24th Senior Citizens Day Out, hosted by the New Holland United Methodist Women at the New Holland School on Thursday afternoon. The patrons to the event were treated to a free meal and had the opportunity to win several donated prizes.


The New Holland United Methodist Women (UMW) held the 24th Senior Citizens Day Out at the New Holland school on Thursday afternoon.

Many senior residents of the county and New Holland were invited to join the UMW for a free meal and to win prizes thanks to many sponsors. The meal began with an invocation led by Larry Doss, as volunteers worked to deliver food and drinks to each and every person seated.

“A big thank you to all of the sponsors and for the people coming out to enjoy a free meal today,” UMW leader Ann Thompson said. “We have done this for 24 years now. It’s a gift to these people and God, showing that we can all love one another.”

The meal consisted of chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls and a drink of tea or water. For dessert, the UMW gave each person a slice of cake.

Other organizations also joined the event by having a booth to talk to the seniors about some of the great services being offered around the county. Organizations such as Fayette County Memorial Hospital, St. Catherine’s/Court House Manor and Berger Health System.

The list of sponsors for this event includes The Milton Bank – New Holland and Mt. Sterling, Kirk Furniture Store – New Holland, Merchant’s Bank, Kirkpatrick Funeral Home – New Holland and Washington C.H., Parrett Insurance, Hartley Oil Co., Wal-Mart, Buckeye Propane Company, Buckeye Soft Water, Ace Hardware, Streetside 62, Pettit’s New Holland, Huntington Bank, Hong Kong Buffet, The Print Shop, The Record-Herald, Walgreen Drug Store, Patchwork Gardens, McClish’s Plants Plus, Fayette County Memorial Hospital, Berger Hospital Circleville, PICCA Circleville, Robbins Flowers of Greenfield, Back-en-Thyme, Court House Manor, St. Catherine’s Care Center, Signature Health of Fayette County, Serene Spaces, Rusty Keg Restaurant, McDonald’s Restaurants, The Willow’s Restaurant, Save-a-Lot Market, Shirley Lux, Kroger, TSC, Home Depot, Chrisman H20 Cond., CVS, Accents Salon, Nellie’s Shear Design, Ginia Posey, Fayette Pharmacy, Burger King, Frisch’s Big Boy, Rhonda Pursell, Doug Marine Motors, Gusweiler GM – Toyota, Carroll Halliday Ford, Inc., J.D. Equipment, Wendy’s, Country Cakes and Bakes, Watson’s Office Supplies, Our Place Restaurant, Orihood’s Boat Shop, Amity Home Healthcare, Bob Evans Restaurant and Fifth Third Bank.

For more information on the event or the New Holland United Methodist Church, call 740-335-4365.

Ann Thompson and Larry Doss greet the senior residents who attended the 24th Senior Citizens Day Out, hosted by the New Holland United Methodist Women at the New Holland School on Thursday afternoon. The patrons to the event were treated to a free meal and had the opportunity to win several donated prizes.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_CenterpieceSeniorsDayOut.jpgAnn Thompson and Larry Doss greet the senior residents who attended the 24th Senior Citizens Day Out, hosted by the New Holland United Methodist Women at the New Holland School on Thursday afternoon. The patrons to the event were treated to a free meal and had the opportunity to win several donated prizes.
Large crowd on hand at old New Holland school

By Martin Graham

[email protected]

Reach Martin Graham at (740) 313-0351 or on Twitter @MartiTheNewsGuy

Reach Martin Graham at (740) 313-0351 or on Twitter @MartiTheNewsGuy

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