The Derry Seniors' Coordinating Team
Offering adults aged 55 and older an opportunity to gather, socialize, and learn about people and places within the community. Programs are held on the third Tuesday of most months from September through May.
May 15 in Fellowship Hall
Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
The final program for 2017-18 will cover the history of Indiantown Gap National Cemetery and eligibility requirements for interment in a national cemetery.
Mr. Plummer retired from the United States Air Force in February 2005 after 22 years of service, and began working for Indiantown Gap National Cemetery two months later as a temporary caretaker. He has served as Caretaker, Tool and Parts Attendant, Cemetery Representative, and Program Support Assistant, and is now the Administrative Officer. He also teaches the cemetery representative class for the National Cemetery Administration at the National Training Center located in St Louis.
Programs begin at 10 am, except for the December luncheon which follows the 10:30 am Sunday worship service, about 12 pm.
Most programs are held in room 7 on the lower level. Musical programs are held in the Sanctuary.
Free blood pressure checks begin at 9:30 am. Pharmacist Jack Henderson will also be on hand to answer any questions regarding medication use.
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No charge to attend programs.
Lunch is available for $3/person following each program.
Questions? Contact Helen George, program coordinator.
Listen to Escape from
Behind the Iron Curtain
(57 minutes/6.6 MB)
Presented by Dr. Laszlo Geder
October 21, 2008