Maury River Senior Center

Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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Maury River Senior Center closing early: Snow

Maury River Senior Center will be closing at 12 pm on Feb.16 due to snow . We were able to deliver 55 meals before the snow started. The center will also be closed on Feb.17 due to snow and possible hazardous conditions.
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Mobile Information Station schedule for Rockbridge in 2014

Monthly Buena Vista, Lexington, Rockbridge County MIS schedule beginning January 2014.

Meals on Wheels Volunteers: A Lifeline for Seniors

This year, the volunteers who deliver Meals on Wheels to homebound seniors have been nominated for a People’s Choice award. Whether or not they receive the largest number of votes, this dedicated group is a true winner.

Medicare Premiums Won’t Go Up, Social Security Will – A Little

Retirees who are receiving Social Security and Medicare benefits will have a little more in their checks, starting in January. The Social Security Administration announced adjustments for 2014 on Oct. 30.

Maury River Senior Center Names New Director

Maury River Senior Center has a new Center Director, effective October 1. Jonni Lyle is now the MRSC Center Director. Lyle joined the Center’s staff more than four years ago, and has been performing many of the Director’s duties in her role as Administrative Specialist.

Mountain Day Senior Resource Fair

Maury River Senior Center will host a Senior Resource Fair on Buena Vista’s Mountain Day, Saturday, October 12, from 10:00am until 2:00pm.

Maury River Senior Center to Offer Flu Shot Clinic

Maury River Senior Center, in conjunction with the Buena Vista CVS/pharmacy, will offer a flu shot clinic on Friday, November 8, from 10am until noon. Flu shots will be available for any adult, but those wishing to receive the vaccine must register in person at MRSC by Friday, November 1.

Medicare Counseling Funding Slashed

The wildly popular Medicare Insurance Counseling program faces the possibility of curtailing service, just at the time when more than 10,000 people nationwide join Medicare every day.

Time for Medicare Beneficiaries to Watch Their Mailboxes

It’s that time again – time for Medicare beneficiaries to pay attention to changes in their Medicare Prescription Drug Plans for next year. Mailings are about to hit the postal system, and many of them require action.