Connie Hudson
Mobile Regional
Senior Community Center

Our mission at the Connie Hudson
Mobile Regional Senior Community Center is to provide the highest quality of recreational, educational, health, and wellness programs for individuals 55 and older.

February 12th and 13th

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Class Schedule
5th, 19th, 26th
8:10 a.m. Body Sculpting II    
8:30 Bible Study     
9:00  Beading Buddies    
9:30 Chair Fitness     
10:00 Drawing & Acrylic     
11:00  Water Aerobics   
Beginning Sewing Machine
12:30p.m. Scheduled Dominoes  
2:00 Pickle Ball 
3:30 Scheduled Card Games  
4:00 Circuit Interval Training
6th, 20th, 27th
8:30 a.m. Step Aerobics
9:00 Beginner Quilting 6th and 20th
9:30  Stretch and Relax
10:00 Water Color, Water Soluble Oil  
10:30 Water Aerobics
11:00  Rook 6th and 20th
1:00 pm Chess 
3:30 Pound Ball 
Gentle Yoga
7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
8:30 am Circuit Interval Training w/ Joby
9:00 All Day Quilting 7th               
           Nails by Opal 14th, 21st, 28th
9:30 Strength & Flexibility
10:00 Drawing & Acrylic
1:00 p.m 40 min With WAYNE
1:45  Beginner Line Dancing
2:45 Intermediate Line Dancing
3:00 Italian
3:30 Card Games
4:00 Line Dancing with Shirley
1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd
9:00 a.m. Crochet (Room B) 8th, 15th, and 22nd
8:30 Step Aerobics
9:30  Steve's Dance Class
10:30  Writers Group (ROOM A) 
11:00  Water Aerobics         
11:00  Chess
11:00 Widowed Persons Services Group 1st
12:30 p.m. Wii Bowling  
Beginner Tai Chi                     
Loom Knitting
1:00 Tai Chi        
Bible Study
2:30 Crafting with Bobbie
3:30 Pound Ball 
4:00 Zumba Gold                             
Chair Yoga
2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd
8:10 a.m. Body Sculpting
9:30  Stretch and Relax
10:00 Drawing & Acrylic
11:30 am Scheduled Bridge
3:00 pm Pickle Ball 9th, 16th, 23rd
3:30 Card Games
4:00 Swing-Out Fridays w/ George
2:30 pm- 3:30 pm
February 1
Quality Caregivers

February 5
Touching Heart

February 8
Alacare Home Health and Hospice

February 14
Homecare Companions

February 15
Comfort Keepers

February 19
Crowne Healthcare

February 21
Mobile Memorial Gardens

February 22
Addus Home Care

February 26
Coastal Clinical Research

February 27
Elmcroft @ Elmcroft
(Sign Up at Desk)
Special Events
American Heart Month
Inspire the Heart
with Art!
Widowed Person Services
Support Group 
Date: February 1
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Billiards Tournament
February 8
Time: 9:30 a.m. 
Wii Tournament (University Oaks)
February 15
11:00 a.m.

Adventure Seekers Bus Trip
February 25th
Come go with us to see
Chondra Pierce
In Pensacola, Florida
The bus will leave Connie Hudson Senior Center @ 3:00 p.m. (Limited Seating)
Doors Open @ 5:16 p.m.
Cost $ 66.00 per person
Money Due by February 9th

Call Gloria Greene @ 251-649-8430 for more information.
Lunch and Learn
"Healing The Heart During Special Holiday's"
February 14
11:30 a.m.
Lobby Events
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

February 6
Springhill Memorial Hospital

February 7
Crowne Health Care
 Comfort Care
Senior Care Authority

February 14
Mobile Memorial Gardens
Infirmary Home Health
Adventure Seekers
Compass Travel
Eta Nu Sorority (12:30 pm)  

February 15
Port City Medical
AIDS Alabama South

February 21
New York Life
Comfort Care

February 28
Senior Alliance
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Blood Pressure Checks
February 7
Comfort Care

February 21
Comfort Care
February 9
Kindred Home Hospice

February 14
Infirmary Home Health(11am-1pm)

February 20
First Light

February 21
New York Life (11am-1pm)
Sitter's Services LLC

February 22
Visiting Angels
Birthday Rally

February 23

Sponsored By 
Elmcroft Senior Living

Happy Birthday
to our 90+ Members

Charles Johnson 92
Mary Mustin 92

Wishing Well

Jim Berg back in the Hospital

Vendor Spotlight
Merrill Lynch

The Richardson Group believes that client relationships are built through teamwork and client involvement. Only by working together—with each of our clients and as a unified team—can we absorb and act on all of the information required to provide outstanding advice. Ann Richardson and Ashley O’Brien are not only partners on The Richardson Wealth Management Group at Merrill Lynch, they also have the privilege of working together as a Mother-Daughter Team.

Senior Partner Ann Richardson quotes, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”. Ann graduated from Iowa State University with a BS degree in Finance and has been in the financial services industry for over 35 years. Ann is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM certificant, a designation awarded to individuals who successfully complete the CFP® Board's initial and ongoing certification requirements. Ann focuses on retirement planning and has defined a process by which she works with each client. She insists on understanding the specific situations of the people she works with; thereby being able to establish objectives, develop an appropriate strategy, and review the progress made towards reaching those goals and objectives. Ann uses a conservative approach to investing focused on tax minimization, capital preservation and estate planning services.
Ashley “grew up” in the world of wealth management and joined the team in 2016. “Wealth Management is all I’ve really ever known. I can remember as a young child hearing my mother come home and talking about the markets. From a very young age I learned basic investment principals, and to this day those principals serve as the foundation of my financial planning philosophy. Being able to provide financial and investment advice to the hard working people we serve is truly a dream come true. “Ashley graduated from Mercer University with a B.S. Degree in Psychology. Her role on The Richardson Wealth Management Team is marketing, assisting with business development, planning and other support of the team. She is responsible for providing clients with a high level of service in various operational and administrative areas. Her passion in life is to positively affect the lives of people she comes in contact with. Whether it be a smile, a wave or helping them achieve their financial goals and dreams.
Through teamwork and dedication to excellence, our entire team is here to help you create, implement, and stay on track with an ideal financial strategy. Our goal is to be your primary source for financial advice and guidance. Our process is simple – we begin by assessing where you are today, explore your long-term goals and needs – determine your optimal plan – or how to get there, and from there we will create a plan to help you meet those goals. Each and every one of our clients have an individualized strategy based on their goals and needs. We are here to help you on your journey to leaving your legacy, whatever that looks like to you. 

Stop by on
February 28th
in the Lobby to Introduce Yourself to The Richardson Wealth Management Group 

Hours of Operation 
11:00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. 
Come Join Us for Lunch! 
Includes: Entree, 2 sides, bread, dessert, and drink.

January Highlights
Meet Carmel Alvis
New Art Instructor
Mobile County Commission grants City of Mobile’s Connie Hudson Mobile Regional Senior Community Center funding for an Art Instructor Position. Commissioner Connie Hudson quotes, “The art classes at the Center have always been extremely popular and I’ glad to be able to assist in engaging an instructor for the program.” The funds are an appropriation of Commission District 2 funds. 
Carmel Alvis has been hired to re-vamp the art program at the Senior Center. Thanks to County Funding by Commissioner Hudson. This position is a vital part of the Seniors Centers Program.
Carmel is a Mobile native and local artist who attends the University of South Alabama’s visual art program.  She has been an active member of the art community for over 10 years and has been a volunteer at Somerby and for the last two years at the Connie Hudson Senior Center . Carmel has been a member of the Watercolor and Graphic Society, Mobile Art Association and the Portrait Society of America. She is the mother of 4 children and a soon to be new grandmother. Her classes will be focused on the fundamentals of drawing and the principles in painting and color.  She hopes to develop self-expression through this creative process along with personal fulfillment.
The art program was one of the first to be developed when the Senior Center opened in 2007. James E. Conlon, Emeritus Professor of Art from The University of South Alabama, was the guiding hand and person who first developed the programs the Center offered in the Arts, with the help of several volunteer teachers in drawing, painting, beading, and quilting. The painting and drawing classes have been conducted by a series of volunteer teachers for the last year and a half. 
Ashley-Nicole Flowers, Supervisor of the Center states, “We are looking forward to this partnership with the County. I am very thankful that the City of Mobile and the County can come together to offer a position like this that will help seniors in Mobile and surrounding areas add to their quality of life through their artistic abilities.”
The art program and membership for the Senior Center is offered to anyone 55 years old or older. 
Winner for the
Month of January
Billiards's Winner


Connie Hudson 
Mobile Regional 
Senior Community Center

3201 Hillcrest Road 
Mobile, Al 36695
Phone: 251-602-4963

Open Monday-Friday 
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Lunch and Learn with Elmcroft@Elmcroft