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Program Offerings at the Cameron Senior Center


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Accessible Sewing and Quilting Guild
Monday, July 23, at 9 a.m., in the multipurpose room at the Cameron. No prior sewing or quilting experience necessary. People of all abilities are welcome to learn how to sew, craft and use Mitsy Kit adaptive craft kits to just enjoy seeing the beautiful quilts, pillows, bags, … that others have made. Mitsy Kit is the only patented, tactile sewing craft system. The goal is to bring people together across the community who are visually impaired, elderly, and memory impaired. Residents are asked to register at 978-692-5223.
Ebi’s Summer BBQ Cookout is Back

Residents can enjoy a relaxing time with friends Friday, July 27 at 12:30 p.m. at the Cameron Senior Center. They will enjoy freshly grilled BBQ chicken and beef accompanied with rice, grilled tomato, dessert, beverages and some  tunes in the background. This is sponsored by Ebi and Desiree  Masalehdan for sponsoring this free event.                            Seniors are asked to RSVP by calling 978-692-5523.
De-mystifying the Real I.D. versus drivers license                              Renewal process-Monday Aug. 6, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. What Is REAL ID? A new type of  credential that the state Registry of Motor Vehicles began to issue on March 26. REAL ID comes from the REAL ID Act of 2005, which sets security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and ID cards. Why does one need REAL ID? By October 2020, American citizens will need it or a valid U.S. passport to board a plane in the U.S., or enter a federal building. At the time of license renewal, citizen’s will be asked whether they want to apply for a REAL ID. Michelle Ellicks, Community  Outreach for the state Department of Transportation and Registry of Motor Vehicles will present information on this complex subject.

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