Senior Times Newsletter
DIY Monogram Mug Craft
Make a monogrammed mug. All supplies -- two permanent paint markers and letter of you choice, -- are included for just $5.
Call 248-246-3900 by Wednesday, April 14 to reserve your kit and letter.
The pick-up day is April 28 at the senior community center.
Kerry Price performs live for a free outdoor concert.
"Welcome, Sweet Spring: Songs that Celebrate the Season" A free, in-person sing-a-long outdoor concert with Kerry Price on the piano and vocals. Bring a lawn chair, if you like and please wear a mask. Social distancing will be enforced. Tim's Kitchen will be hold a bake sale. All items just one dollar. Food available -- 1/4 grilled hot dog. bag of chips and water bottle all for $3, if you RSVP by April 13.
Love for the Elderly
With great pleasure, we would like to announce that the Royal Oak Senior Community Center is an Ambassador for this great program. The Senior Center receives periodically an envelope filled with heartwarming cards and messages from individuals across our globe. If you or if you know of someone that would enjoy receiving a friendly letter from time-to-time, please call the Senior Center at (248) 246-3900 and ask for either Carolyn or Dorothy.
Do you know a Senior who lives alone and could use a lift in their long day? Call the Senior Center at 248-246-3900 and we will have a hand written letter sent from anonymous people across the country through the Love for Our Elders program. Additional info...
Front Desk Receptionist Volunteer Needed!
Roles and Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Royal Oak Senior Community Center Staff, the Volunteer Receptionist will be responsible for day-to-day duties assigned to the Front Desk. This position is ideal for those conscientious, friendly, individuals with organizational, interpersonal and verbal communication skills; who desire to give back to our Senior Community.
Responsibilities include greeting customers, answering all incoming calls and transferring calls to the appropriate staff members, maintaining daily lunch reservations and payments, recording daily class participation, collecting payment for newsletters and baked goods, assisting with RSVP to free programs (as needed), helping to direct customers appropriately. Ensuring the cleanliness of the front desk areas for staff, visitors, and other volunteers.
Essential: Willingness to follow the Code of Conduct and Customer Service Values of the City of Royal Oak, Michigan.
Training provided onsite.
Interested in volunteering? Please contact the Royal Oak Senior Community Center for a Volunteer Application. Questions can be directed to Carolyn Marsh, Volunteer Coordinator/A.G.E. Admin at 248-246-3917 or to Dorothy LaSure, Volunteers Department/R.O.S.E.S. at 248-246-3919.
Lost & Found Items:
The Lost and Found Bin 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.
Greeting Cards Accepted!
Do you have Greeting Cards You’re Not Using? The Senior/Community Center accepts donations of NEW greeting cards.
The Senior Center is looking to replenish our stock of greeting cards for the Tim’s Kitchen Greeting Cards Fundraiser. We are in need of "birthday" greeting cards only. Please no Christmas or other holiday cards. We have plenty.
If you would like to donate, please stop by the Center, Monday-Friday from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.