Fall Colors
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.
Mondays 10, 17, and 27
8:10 a.m. Body Sculpting II    
8:30 Bible Study     
9:30 Chair Fitness    
9:45 Beading Buddies    
10:00 Beginners Art
11:00  Water Aerobics   
12:30 p.m. Scheduled Dominoes
1:00  Oil Painting
2:00 Pickle Ball 
4:00 Circuit Training 
8:30 a.m. Step Aerobics
9:00 Beginner Quilting 4 and 18
9:30  Stretch and Relax
10:00 Water Color, Water Soluble Oil
 10:30 Water Aerobics
11:00 Rook 4 and 18
1:00 p.m. Chess
3:30 p.m. Boom Mind 4:00 ZUMBA GOLD  
Chair Supported Yoga
8:30 a.m. Circuit Training
9:00 Advanced Quilting
All Day Quilting 5
Drawing & Acrylic               
9:30 Strength & Flexibility
1:00 p.m 40 min With WAYNE
Open Art
1:45  Beginner Line Dancing
2:45 Intermediate Line Dancing
3:00 Italian (ROOM B)
4:00 Line Dancing with Shirley
8:30 a.m. Step Aerobics
9:00 Crochet (Room B) 13, 20, and 27
9:30  Steve's Dance Class
10:30 Writers Group (Room A) 
11:00  Water Aerobics         
12:30 p.m. Wii Bowling 
Beginner Tai Chi                    
Loom Knitting
1:00 Tai Chi       
Bible Study
3:30 Pound Fit
4:00 Zumba Gold                          
Chair Yoga
 8:10 a.m. Body Sculpting
9:00 Special Topics
9:30  Stretch and Relax
11:30 Scheduled Bridge
1:00 pm Open Art
3:00 Pickle Ball 
September ’s name comes from the Latin word septem, meaning “seven.” This month had originally been the seventh month of the early Roman calendar.

This year,  Labor Day  (the first Monday in September) falls on the 3rd.

Sunday, September 9, is  Grandparents Day .

At sundown on September 9 the Jewish holiday of  Rosh Hashanah  begins.

September 11 is Patriot Day, held in honor and remembrance of those who died in the September 11 attacks of 2001.

September 17 is Constitution Day. This day celebrates the adoption of the U.S.Constitution, which occurred on

September 17, 1787 (just five years prior to the founding of The Old Farmer’s Almanac).

At sundown on September 18,  Yom Kippur  begins.

September 21 is recognized as the annual International Day of Peace. Observances range from a moment of silence at noon to events such as peace walks, concerts, and volunteering in the community.

Get ready for fall! The  Autumnal Equinox  falls on September 22, 2018 at 9:54 P.M.EDT. At this time, there are approximately equal hours of daylight and darkness.  

The month ends with  Michaelmas  on September 29. Michaelmas is an ancient Celtic “Quarter Day” which marked the end of the harvesting season and was steeped in folklore.

September’s zodiac signs are Virgo (Aug. 23–Sept. 22) and Libra (Sept. 23–Oct. 22).
Lobby Events
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
September 4

September 5
Crowne Health Care
Compass Travel Your Choice Senior Care

September 6
United Healthcare

September 7
Knollwood Republican Women's Club

September 12
Adventure Seekers
Dr. Corsentino and Associates
Homecare Companions

September 13
Alacare Home Health Hospice

September 14
Physicians Mutual

September 19 Caregiver & Companion Services
New York Life
Ascension Funeral and Cremations

September 20
Port City Medical
AIDS Alabama South

September 21
Dauphin Way Assisted Living
Blood Pressure Checks
September 4

September 14
Kindred Hospice
September 14
Outreach Programs for Seniors
11:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
2:30 pm- 3:30 pm
September 4
Tx : Team Rehab

September 6
Quality Caregivers

September 11
Gordon Oaks

September 13
Alacare Home Health and Hospice

September 20
Community Insurance

September 25
Crowne Healthcare

September 27
Addus Home Health
September 13
10:15 am - 11:00 am
Widowed Person Services
Support Group 
Date: September 6
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Coffee with the Director
September 6, 2018
2:00 p.m.
Lobby Area
Bring your
comments, suggestions, and gratitude.
Billiards Tournament
September 13
Time: 9:30 a.m. 

Date:September 14
Time: TBA
Nexus Cinema Dinning
Movies: TBA
Price: $10.00 movie ticket
Lunch: 25% off menu prices
Wii Tournament
September 20
University Oaks

Weekender Crew
September 25
1:00 pm
No One Has to Sit Home Alone

September 11
Cigna Healthspring
(1 pm - 2 pm)

September 14
Kindred Home Hospice
(1 pm - 2 pm)

September 19
New York Life
(1 pm - 2 pm) 
Birthday Rally

September 14

Sponsored By 
Elmcroft Senior Living

Happy Birthday
to our 90+ Members
Clifford Woodard 92
Royal Holmes 92
Lillian Cochran 97
Joe Teague 92
Member of theWriting Class at 3201
Susan Rouiller September 5, 2018

As rich and fascinating as the history of the Old Port City, this book reveals the story of South Mobile, Alabama, from 1699-2018, focusing on the area from Brookley Air Force Base to Dog River. The 277 page book includes chapters on Native Americans, King Louis XIV's Warehouse on Dog River, the earliest settlers, the Magnolia Racetrack and Buchanan its Kentucky Derby winner, Camp Goode, a Civil War Training Camp on Dog River with letters from officers in charge, Mobile's First Cotton Mill on Dog River, Brookley Air Force Base, Elvis at the Radio Ranch, Night Clubs in the 1940's, three Dog River Bridges, Iconic Businesses, Buccaneer and Mobile Yacht Clubs, Oldest houses, Oldest Churches, First Schools, Fishing, Oystering, and first hand stories from citizens. The book contains many never-before published images and detailed maps.
Project LOASIS
Loving Older Adults Sharing in Service
Project LOASIS ONE MOBILE is a community outreach project for the Connie Hudson Mobile Regional Senior Community Center staff and members to the Senior Citizens of the CITY OF MOBILE. This project’s goal is to love every older adult one recreational activity at a time. The center staff will seek volunteers within its members to create recreational outreach opportunities to different community centers, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and unreached senior citizens within the City of Mobile. 
Wishing Well
Welcome Back Kathy!
Return of the Smile
I would like to say a big thank you to all of the participants and friends at the Connie Hudson Senior Center. Over the past six months I was diagnosed with a non-malignant brain tumor. It was growing. So through much resources it was determined for me to go through radiation treatment. I have gone through the process and now it is going to be a slow process of healing and getting my balance back. I couldn't have made it without the prayers, support, cards and words of encouragement that was sent to me. I just want to thank everyone and express what wonderful people you are.
Much Love and Thanks,
Kathy Sullivan 
Gone But Not Forgotten

Robert "Larry" Kent 
Obituary  Condolences
Robert "Larry" Kent a native of Mobile, AL and resident of Irvington, AL, passed away Sunday, August 19, 2018. His job on earth complete, he returned to his heavenly home after a valiant battle with Multiple Myeloma. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 48 years, Gloria Sheehy Kent; children, Derek (Andi) Kent, Kevin (Christy) Kent, Beth (Casey) Prine, and Mindy (Jason) Downey; his grandchildren, Andrew and Mary Elizabeth Kent, Lauren, John and Megan Kent, Cooper and Addison Prine, and Caroline and Olivia Downey; his brothers, David (Faye) Kent and Billy (Marilyn) Kent; sister, Madge Kent; other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Margaret Kent, and his brother, John Clifford Kent Jr. Visitation for family and friends will be at Mobile Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. A funeral service celebrating his life will be held Thursday, August 23, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. with Dr. David Gill officiating in the chapel of Mobile Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. Interment will follow at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 23, 2018, at the Alabama State Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Spanish Fort, Alabama. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to University of South Alabama Children's and Women's Hospital, Larry Kent Memorial. 300 Alumni Circle Mobile, AL 36688. Condolences may be offered at  www.mobilememorialfunerals.com .
Photo Credit: Donna Kelly
Upcoming Events You Don't Want To Miss!!!
Think Pink October 2018
October 10
More Fun and Exciting Details to come!
Spa Day For People and Caregivers Affected By Cancer. October 15 ( Register inside the administration office)
November 8
Connie Hudson Senior Center
10 Year Anniversary!
Open House 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Hours of Operation 
11:00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. 
Come Join Us for Lunch! 
Includes: Entree, 2 sides, bread, dessert, and drink.

July Highlights
Connie Hudson Chess League Top 3 Players
Congratulation Winners!
(presented from left to right)
1st Place Nathan Tillman
2nd Place Maj. Marvin McTuitty
3rd Jim Longino
We Take Our Customer Service Skills Training Very Seriously!!!!!
National Night with CHMRSCC
Thank You Serenity Funeral Home For Lunch and a Tour of the Gardens!
Lunch and Learn With Ascension
Country and Western Dance Sponsored By SAAD Healthcare and Music by Ascension. Thanks for all you do!!!!!
Lobby Spotlight
Thanks for all you do!
Chess Anyone?
Join the Connie Hudson Chess Club on Tuesday and Thursday in the Lobby
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Winners for the
Month of August
 Wii Winner
Congratulations to the Wii bowlers of the University Oaks!
Awesome job

Billiard Tournament Winner Freddie Carlisle

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.
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