In celebration of Volunteer Appreciation Month, Payson Regional Medical Center would like to thank all the Senior Circle volunteers for their service.
Dr. Sam Gillette was the featured speaker at the March 23 Lunch and Learn. Back by popular demand, Dr. Gillette spoke to a group of 78 Senior Circle members.
If you are new to Payson and a senior, welcome to the best place on earth to live! Payson has so much to offer active adults — hiking clubs, travel opportunities, music venues, social activities, entertainment and educational opportunities.
Kerry Cassens will be the guest speaker at the Senior Circle Lunch and Learn April 13. She will discuss “Food-borne Illness: What is it and how to avoid it.”
The Mogollon Health Alliance 13th Annual Women’s Wellness Forum offers great educational opportunities to women of all ages and has some particularly interesting topics being presented that are of interest to us over 50.
The Payson High School Culinary Arts Department catered a spectacular Valentine event at the Senior Circle last week. Twelve students from the culinary department prepared and served a delicious chicken alfredo dinner.
Today’s seniors are just not what they used to be. In fact, we probably need to come up with a different name for those over 55.
Abbott Hearing Center will be providing free hearing tests at the Senior Circle starting at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 2.
You’ve heard an apple a day but did you know OJ (orange juice) a day may keep the doctor away
The Payson Regional Medical Center Senior Circle will host two speakers and start several new classes during January.