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News from Davie County Senior Services

MOCKSVILLE ó Davie County Senior Services announces the following upcoming events. All activities take place at Davie County Senior Services in Mocksville unless otherwise noted. Please call 336-753-6230 to register or for more information.
– Senior breakfast, 9 a.m. Friday, April 17, MP Room B
Speaker: Carol Ford, Hospice and Palliative Care Center
Cost: Free
The topic will be “Taking Control of Your Health Care.”
So many of us leave everything up to our doctors when it comes to health-care decisions. Learn how you can take control to ensure that you get better care. We will discuss the importance of learning about treatment options, talking with your family and physician, documenting your wishes and appointing a health-care power of attorney to speak for you if you are not able.
Open to adults 55 and older and exceptions under the general participation policy.
– Monthly movie ó “Fireproof,” 2 p.m. Monday, April 20, MP Rooms A & B.
Cost : Free
At work inside burning buildings, Capt. Caleb Holt lives by the old firefighter’s adage, “Never leave a partner behind.” When it comes to his marriage, however, he lives by his own rules.
As the couple prepares to enter divorce proceedings, Caleb’s father convinces him to try a 40-day experiment, “The Love Dare.” When Caleb makes a life-changing commitment to love God, he finally begins to understand what it means to love his wife. But is it too late to fireproof his marriage? This inspirational movie is rated PG and stars Kirk Cameron and Erin Bethea.
It is open to adults 55 and older and exceptions under the general participation policy. In order to make our events more accessible, closed captioning will be used for all movies.
– Fraud seminar, Farmington site, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 28.
Speaker: Captain J.D. Hartman, Davie County Sheriff’s Office
Cost: ree
RSVP by April 21
Capt. Hartman will share tips to keep you safe from fraud.
Limited to the first 25 to register.

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