Senior Citizens to visit Beacon Hill School's Living Wax Museum

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After much preparation, the seventh and eighth graders at Beacon Hill Community School will be presenting a Living Wax Museum on Monday, Feb. 25 at the Something for Seniors event at The Pier. Tour through the "exhibits" to see and learn about persons from around the world born between 1775 and 1900, to hear these voices from the past and to learn more about the legacy they have left on the world.

"Something for Seniors" is a time for senior citizens to come together and make new friends and connect with old friends. Come to The Pier anytime between 9-10 a.m. to enjoy conversation and coffee or tea. Invite friends to come along to see the Living Wax Museum, which will be presented at 10 a.m.

Following the program, lunch will be served by Weavers Country Cooking.

The next "Something for Seniors" program is scheduled for Monday, March 25.

If you would like more information, call The Pier at 330-359-2071.

The Pier is located at 10470 Winesburg Road, about 1 ½ miles south of Mount Eaton or 4 miles north of Winesburg, and it is handicap accessible.

All senior citizens are invited to come to enjoy this event.

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