Hayden Senior Center hosts annual Halloween luncheon

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feather

Everyone enjoys the Halloween lunch at the Hayden Senior Center. Nina Crowder | CBN

Copper Basin News

Annie Hinojos and the staff of the Hayden Senior Center put together a fun filled Halloween luncheon for the seniors and other adults from Hayden and surrounding areas. Several attendees are regulars. The food was terrific.

Annie and her staff spend great amounts of time preparing for special events for the Hayden Senior Center and the people who attend. The staff feels very compassionate towards the seniors and helping make their holidays special.

During the Halloween lunch celebration, the attendees filled cards with their names for drawings. The prize winners won gift bags with candy and other treats. The grand prize was a large basket filled with Halloween items, a stuffed teddy bear, blanket and candy. Everyone seemed to have an enjoyable time and more wonderful memories were created.

The next Hayden Senior Center events are a Thanksgiving Celebration which will be Nov. 13, and a Christmas Party (including Santa Claus) will be Dec. 11. If you are interested or have any questions, you may contact the Senior Center at 520-356-7035.

Thank you, Annie, Lisa Martinez and the rest of the staff at Hayden Senior Center for all you do to help make the seniors and other adults have special memories!

Nina Crowder (98 Posts)

Nina Crowder is a resident of Mammoth. She volunteers in several local organizations. She covers events throughout the Copper Corridor and Superior Town and School governance.


Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feather
Facebooktwitterby feather

Comments are closed.

  • Additional Stories

    Curt Cook leaves Ray School District; board approves ‘separation settlement’

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      At the Ray School District Board meeting held on July 12, 2018, the Board approved a separation agreement with […]


    Arrival of monsoon signals easing of fire restrictions in Southeast Arizona; caution still warranted

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      Effective Friday, July 13 at 8 a.m., the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, Bureau of Land Management […]


    Special workshop for learning to live with diabetes to be offered in Superior

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      Managing diabetes can sometimes be very confusing and frustrating.  There is so much information out there that it’s hard […]


    Spencer Bryce: Becoming an Eagle Scout 

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      My name is Spencer Bryce I am 17 years old. I am currently a Life Scout in Troop 5872 in Kearny. I am nearing […]


  • Additional Stories

    From Gila County: Deadline to register to vote rapidly approaching

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      Sadie Jo Bingham, the Gila County Recorder, announced that the cut-off to register to vote in the Aug. 28, […]


    Along the Gila: Asarco Lead Abatement, Big D’s and a Pedestrian Crossing

    July 18th, 2018
    by

    Our towns in the Copper Basin may be small, but it’s hard to keep up with all the things that […]


    First Things First honors Pinal Champion for Young Children

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      First Things First recognizes Karen Bradley as a 2018 First Things First Champion for Young Children.   The award […]


    Central Arizona College’s College for Kids in full swing

    July 18th, 2018
    by

      College for Kids, held annually at Central Arizona College’s Aravaipa Campus, started last week and the kids have been […]


  • Copperarea

  • [Advertisement.]
  • [Advertisement.]
  • [Advertisement.]
  • Southeast Valley Ledger