Seniors invited to 'Super Noggin'

New program's activities are designed to maintain and improve brain fitness in older adults

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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Mary Kay Kelley, right, director of the Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center in Gravette shares copies of "Brain Aerobics Weekly" with Estelle Marney and Shirley Ball at the Center.

Mary Kay Kelley, right, director of the Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center in Gravette shares copies of "Brain Aerobics Weekly" with Estelle Marney and Shirley Ball at the Center.
Photo by Dodie Evans

Area senior citizens are invited to attend a “Super Noggin” program Tuesday, May 17, at 5:30 p.m. at the Billy V.


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