Senior Center Newsletter


BEA LEWIS You may have seen this familiar face in the kitchen or waiƟng your table. Bea was born in Rockport MassachuseƩs, and is 90 years young! She went to college for two years in Illinois and studied Pre‐med. She then returned back home to Rockport to wait tables at a restaurant called, The Ship. She finished her career with home nursing care. She loved living by the ocean and swimming in the sea. She received two life saving badges. How wonderful! Bea has been a widow, since 1985 and has 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls and 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Her hobbies include: Arts & craŌs, making wreaths, baking, water aerobics and reading. Her favor‐ ite books are the Cake Book Mysteries.

Two of her favorite moments was the day they ended WWII, and the birth of her 1st born daughter.

Thank you to Celebrate Seniority for sponsoring the Sumner Senior Center Announcements/Information - QUILT RAFFLE - Tickets $1 …. King size Quilt ( 86x106) Donated by, Barbara Tynon! All proceeds go to the Senior Center! Quilt is displayed in the mulƟ‐purpose room! This is a beauty! Winner to be selected @ our Easter Party 3/29. Bea volunteered as a Hostess in the chapel at the Old soldiers home in OrƟng for several years and they closed last August, as well as volunteering at the Senior Center. She loves talking with the peo‐ ple and geƫng to know them. We have loved having Bea here the last 2 1/2 years volunteering in our kitchen. She keeps us all in line! We are so lucky to have her in our family. Thank you for all you do Bea!

Come join us for Birthday month! We will celebrate all the March birthdays on the 8th. A big “Thank You” goes out to

Free Bread Get your free bread! “The Mother 2 Many” foundaƟon and “ Lighthouse Rescuer Minis‐ tries” brings us bread & goodies every Tuesday and Thursday.

Genesis for providing our Birthday cake and giŌ.

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