Do you know who I belong to? Can you help me get home to my little one? I was left at the center in the lobby closest to the Preschool. I am sure my friend is missing me. I'll be at the Lost & Found at the Senior Center waiting patiently.
The Lost and FoundBin at the Senior Center is overflowing with items from hats and gloves, yoga mat and exercise band, to a set of keys. If you think one or more of these items belong to you, please stop by the front desk to claim your item.
FREE Movies at the Center - 2nd & 4th Friday of the Month
Movie Time: 12:30 PM (Call for Movie Title)
Enjoy movies but don't like watching them along? Join us as we show the latest and greatest releases on DVD twice a month projected on a large screen. Call the center for movie titles and descriptions. Suggestions and donations are always welcome.
Hello Spring! Dance
NEW!One Day Only... Karaoke at the Center Center!
ART SHOW - Central Lobby
WHEN: Thursday, April 18, 2019
TIME: 9:15 – 11:30 am
Come and see our very gifted Painting and Watercolor Class students’ work! Their talent grows with each year, under the guidance of instructor Mike Byrne. Some works are for sale.
FREE LECTURE: Meet the Author - Mickey Lyons
When:Tuesday, May 14th
TIME: 10:00 – 11:30 am
Detroit historian and author, Mickey Lyons, will be at the Royal Oak Senior Community Center to discuss her book: "Wicked Detroit: The Scoundrels Who Shaped The City's Early Years". Mickey's writings specialize in the history of drinking in Detroit. Her latest book details Detroit's long and sordid history of scoundrels, cheats and ne'er-do-wells. This exciting book presents the stories of the colorful charters who shaped the city that we now today!
Copies are available for sale, $23.95 each and payable to Mickey Lyons.
Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial Needs Your Help:
Raising Funds for the Memorial through your Michigan Tax Submission
Michigan Voluntary Contribution Form: Tax Form 4642
The Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial is one of nine organizations listed on the 2018 Voluntary Contribution Form, allowing tax payers to donate a portion or all of their tax refund. It's a simple as checking the box to the Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial on the tax form and indicating the amount you wish to donate.
Not getting a refund? You can still use the form, indicate the amount of your donation, and have the donation added to the amount due to the state of Michigan.
With your help, the can reach their goal to dedicate the memorial by the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII in 2020.
Memorial Funding is based solely on contributions from individuals
The Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial is a 501c3 non-profit organization and do not receive federal or state funding for the project.
The Memorial will celebrate Michigan's contributions during WWII, earning us the title of the Arsenal of Democracy.
It will provide a unique year-round destination for families and students to gather, honoring those who gave so generously during the war effort as well as celebrating the freedoms won by their sacrifice.
The Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial is counting on you to be a part of this unique opportunity.