I pledge Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands,
one nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all.
Francis Bellamy , August 1982
Beautiful Young People are Acts of Nature, But Beautiful Old People are Works of Art...
Did You Know:
July 11th, 1681: An early attempt at regulation of real estate transactions was drafted by William Penn, who was attempting to organize the new colony of Pennsylvania. The following April, Penn instructed Thomas Holme, the surveyor general of the colony, to map out the streets for what was to become the city of Philadelphia.
July 26th, 1756: Bosom Bottles were advertised in the Boston Evening Post. They were small, beribboned glasses worn on stiff dresses of the period, filled with water, and containing flowers that served much the same function as corsages do today.
July 6th, 1776: The Declaration of Independence was published for the first time in the Pennsylvania Evening Post under the title "A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress assembled." The Post was sold for "only two coppers" and was published every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening. A four-page paper, it devoted its entire front page and the first column of its second page to the Declaration.
July 12th, 1871: A riot between Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants in New York City left 52 persons dead and many more wounded.
July 12th, 1957: A link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer had been established by scientific research, Surgeon General Leroy E. Burney reported. Burney stated that the studies showed a "direct relationship between incidence of lung cancer and the amount smoked."
"Answer July - Where is the Bee - Where is the Blush - Where is the Hay?
" Hot July brings cooling showers, Apricots and gillyflowers."
*** BINGO is always 1st and 3rd Tuesdays
*** YOGA is every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00
The Carroll County Senior Center was established in May of 1998. We have 15 board members representing the Carroll County area. We are funded through Senior Real Estate Tax, NIAAA Grants, Donations by Organizations, Churches, Townships, Private Citizens, and also sales of Crafts and paper recycle.
A Place where you can come for information, assistance, and Fun !!!!
Browse our Crafters Store
Browse our Book and Puzzle Selection
Play a Game of Pool
Run / Walk on our treadmill
Ride the stationary bike
Carroll County Senior Services
306 N Main ST.
MT. Carroll, IL. 61053
Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM