The Derry Seniors welcomed back musicians from Lebanon Valley College in March 2018.
- The Derry Seniors offer adults aged 55 and older an opportunity to gather, socialize, and learn about people and places within the community
- Programs are held on the third Tuesday of most months from September through May
Dawn of the Automobile Age (1769-1910): The Development of Man's Greatest Means of Transportation
Bob Ladd spent most of his life in the retail auto business but for the past 20 years has been a development consultant for Christian charities. He bought his first antique car in 1954 and is a charter member of the Hershey Region of Antique Automobile Club of America. He serves as national president of Horseless Carriage Club of America. Bob has a passion for the history of the early development of the automobile and the pioneers who made it possible. Bob lives in Lebanon with wife Nancy. They have two children, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
12 pm Sunday, December 2 in Fellowship Hall
January 15, 2019
Dr Tom Davis
March 19, 2019 in the Sanctuary
Lebanon Valley College Musicians
Directed by Dr. Shelly Moorman-Stahlman
May 21, 2019
History of Mt Gretna
Programs begin at 10 am, except for the December luncheon which follows the 10:30 am Sunday worship service, about 12 pm.
Most programs are held in room 7 on the lower level. Musical programs are held in the Sanctuary.
Free blood pressure checks begin at 9:30 am. Pharmacist Jack Henderson is available to answer any questions regarding medication use.
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No charge to attend programs.
Lunch is available for $3/person following each program.
Listen to Escape from
Behind the Iron Curtain
(57 minutes/6.6 MB)
Presented by Dr. Laszlo Geder
October 21, 2008