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Greenville Wellness Center a vital place this fall

Fall is here and the Greenville Wellness Center is in gear to serve Indian Valley with a variety of fall programs.

The winter coat drive started Oct. 1. Rhonda Reames asks that community members look around their homes for gently worn coats and jackets of all sizes and bring them into the center for distribution.

The Center just held a yard sale and is looking to build up its emergency food shelf. Staff at the Center are still accepting non-perishable food items.

In October and November the local Green Thumb Committee is meeting every other Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the Center to discuss cleaning up Greenville and to discuss environmental changes. The next meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 15.

Computer classes are taking place at the Center every Wednesday beginning at 1 p.m. in October and November that address basics and intermediate computer skills. Internet and computers are available but limited — people can bring their own computer, but it’s best to call first: 283-6307 ext. 1525.

There is also a FitClub 12-week Fit Lifestyle Class that meets weekdays at 9 a.m. through Dec. 10 with Nancy Presser facilitating. For more information call 616-0032.

The Greenville Wellness Center has other ongoing services with everything from counseling appointments to laundry facilities. The Center, located at 414 Main St. across from the post office, is open weekdays during regular business hours.

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