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Morning Out Club Beaumont
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The Senior Morning Out Club is a program designed for seniors living with memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and/or those needing a social experience out of the home. 

The Morning Out Club is structured to providing a meaninful day for the participant, and give the caregiver respite time they need. Caregivers run errands and attend to personal matters while having the peace of mind that their loved one is doing something beneficial during those four hours.

The time spent at the club follows a predictable yet fulfilling format complete with music, exercise, trivia, and games. In addition, we plan intergenerational activities. Some of our most rewarding time is spent doing community service projects like making cards for Meals on Wheels, filling lunch sacks for the homeless, and making teacher appreciation gifts for local elementary schools.

The Senior Morning Out Club meets each Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Space is limited.  For more information, contact Melanie Hall, at 409.892.8121 ext. 115 or by email at




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