Mammoth Seniors host monthly potluck at community center

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The Mammoth Community Center is a beautiful place for friends to meet. (John Hernandez photo)

By John Hernandez

The Mammoth Seniors monthly potluck was held on Wednesday at the Mammoth Community Center. After lunch, Senior Circle Manager Joanie Johnson spoke about the benefits of joining the Senior Circle, a Northwest healthcare resource.

Northwest Medical Center and Oro Valley Hospital offer the Senior Circle benefits which include wellness programs and prescription drug discount cards. There is also special member pricing for blood screenings, mammograms, bone density scans, and cardiac calcium screenings.

Members can also get discounts on contact lenses, prescription eye wear, car rentals, hotels, insurance, flowers, local merchandise and more. Seniors 50 years of age and older can enjoy these benefits by becoming a member for $15 per year.

Deanna Payne from Pinal Rural Fire Rescue also spoke about the services provided by Pinal Rural and talked about their free CPR-AED classes which will be offered the first Tuesday of the month.

For more information about Senior Circle and Northwest Medical Center or Oro Valley Hospital visit northwestmedicalcenter.com or orovalleyhospital.com. You can also contact the Senior Circle Office at (520)469-8194 or Senior Circle manager, Joanie Johnson at (520)901-3631.

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Senior Circle Manager Joanie Johnson

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