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Senior adults at FFUMC enjoy varied activities

Several senior adult groups at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church meet throughout the year for fellowship, exercise, luncheons and day trips.

The S.A.G.E. group (senior adults going everywhere)enjoys monthly outings to various attractions throughout the state. Transportation is provided but reservations usually are required. Call 770-461-4313 for information.

Titus II is a luncheon group which meets the first Tuesday of each month for lunch and a brief program. Make reservations with Thomasina Miller, 770-462-9372, by noon Thursday prior to the meeting .

The walking group meets at 1 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday in the Family Life Center, except for the first Tuesday when they meet at 1:30 p.m. Walkers make a $1 donation each day they walk.

The Seasoned Singers rehearse at 1:30 p.m. each Tuesday in the choir room. Those age 55 and over are encouraged to join. For more information, contact TomRobinson, 770-461-7795 or robi4131@bellsouth.net.

FFUMC is in downtown Fayetteville across from the old courthouse. For more information call 770-461-4313.

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