Program Calendar

Current Program Schedule

October 3, 2023

Highlights In This Issue:

  • Sundae Monday & Family Feud
  • Technology with Janet—“Finding Information Online”
  • Intentional Philanthropy with Beth Harper Briglia
  • New trips scheduled
  • Cheesetoberfest!
  • New Lunch Reservation Deadline
  • New Chess Group
  • Chair Massage
  • Diabetic Support Group – Pottstown Medical Specialists
  • TCN – Senior Scams and Emotional Health & Welfare Seminars


Target Circle – LAST CHANCE!

Target has chosen the TRAAC as a recipient of a donation!  How much we get depends on how many people vote for us before the end of September.  You need to have a Target Circle account to vote.  Also, please note that your home store must be set to Muhlenberg Township or Lancaster.  Thanks for your vote!

Learn more at


Cheesetoberfest is shaping up!  Mark your calendars for this great event on October 21.  A $25 ticket gets you a taste of each amazing grilled cheese sandwich, and either a free beer or a free ice cream!  Entertainment by the Neo Trio. Lots of vendors, and activities for the kids. 

Grilled Cheese Competitors so far (subject to change):

  • Cafe 288 at the TRAAC
  • Our Path
  • Grumpy’s Handcarved Sandwiches
  • 3rd & Spruce Drafthaus
  • Bause Catering
  • Schaeffer’s Catering
  • Cafe 288 (team 2)
  • Willow Creek Brewing
  • Phoenixville Senior Center
  • Hannah & Susie’s Cheesy Nut Hut

Vendors so far:

  • KinFork
  • Willow Creek Brewing (beer vendor)
  • A&H Candle
  • Kolb’s Farm Store (ice cream vendor)
  • Kathy’s Kitchen Candles
  • L’Bri Pure & Natural
  • Cornerstone Law
  • Sneaky Burrito
  • Betty’s Originals Gift Baskets
  • Bully Crochet
  • Rusty Doodle Creations

Fun for the kids (all free):

  • Art project with Art Fusion 19464
  • Face Painting
  • Pumpkin Painting

Fun for the adults:

  • Beer Raffle
  • Wine Raffle
  • Neo Trio Band

Sponsors (Thank You!!):

Learn more or get your tickets here:

Week of October 1, 2023

Contact the TRAAC at (610) 323-5009


  • Oct 2 & 16—American Sign Language
  • No more Wed Stretch & Fit w/ Mihae
  • Oct 23—Senior Yoga w/Joanne B.
  • Oct 23—Just Guts All Core & Strength & Fit w/ Mihae
  •     Oct 24—Yoga Stretch & Tone and Barre Balance w/ Patty
  • Oct 25—Core & Balance w/ Mihae
  • Oct 26—Super Senior Fit w/ Mihae
  • Nov 1 & 8—All Spanish Classes


  • Cardmaking with Kathy—Mon at 10a
  • Art with Daryl—Tues. at 1p
  • Knitting, Crocheting and More—Tues & Thurs—10a


  • Family Feud—Mon at 1p—Dining Room
  • Rummikub—Mon at 1p—Café
  • Chess—Mon at 1p—Café
  • Shuffleboard—Tues—Game Room
  • Dominoes—Tues & Thur—1p—Game Room
  • Texas Hold ‘Em—Wed & Fri at 12:45—Game Room
  • Pinochle—Wed at 1p—Dining Room
  • Bingo—Thurs at 1p—Dining Room
  • Mahjong—Thurs 1p–Art & Craft Room
  • Canasta—Fri at 1p—Dining Room


  • Reflective Moments—10:30a—Library
  • Healthy Steps in Motion!—Mon at 1p on 3rd Floor
  • Sundae Monday—Mon. 1p in the Dining Room
  • Stamp Club—Mon 3p in the Dining Room
  • Current Events—Tues 1p in the Library
  • Spanish Classes with Evelyn—Wed—Intermediate/Advanced at 11a; Basic/Beginners at 1p
  • Technology with Janet—“Finding Information Online”—Wed at 10a—Library
  • Haircuts with Natalie—Wed by appt only!
  • Intentional Philanthropy with Beth Harper Briglia—Thurs at 10a
  • “As Time Goes By” Singers–Thurs!! Small group at 10a and Chorus Group at 1p—3rd Floor
  • Meals-To-Go Pickup—Fri.
  • The Hill School Students Visit—12:45p in the Dining Room—Discuss exciting collaborative, intergenerational projects coming soon!


Activities this week:

Preregistration helps ensure your spot and assists with planning!
Pre-registration assists with unexpected cancellations, giving us the ability to contact you via phone, email, or text, if needed.  We encourage you to try new programs and activities. There is no charge to try a class/program or lunch to see if you like it. It is a requirement that you check-in at the front desk or on the second floor, when you arrive. Your patience is greatly appreciated.  Thank you! To ensure your safety, please wear proper footwear and attire when attending all fitness classes!


  • 8:00—Pool—Game Room
  • 8:00—Early Bird 50+–Jolene-Track
  • 9:00—Senior Yoga–Classroom 2—Joanne B.  
  • 9:30—50+ Fit (Sponsored by Tower Health – Pottstown Hospital)—Track—Jolene
  • 9:30—Shuffleboard–Game Room
  • 10:00—Cardmaking—Art & Craft Room—Kathy
  • 10:30—Reflective Moments—Library—Betty
  • 10:45—Youthful Hearts Low Impact Chair Exercise – Track—Linda  
  • 12:45—Chair Dancing—Track– Joanne G
  • 12:45—Just Guts/All Core—Classroom 2–Mihae
  • 1:00—Healthy Steps In Motion—3rd Floor—Tracy and Claire
  • 1:00—Family Feud—Dining Room
  • 1:00—Sundae Monday—Dining Room
  • 1:00—Rummikub—Café
  • 1:00—Chess Club with Tyrone—Café—Tyrone
  • 1:30—Strength & Fit—Track–Mihae
  • 2:30—Chair Yoga—Classroom 2—Maryellen
  • 3:00—Stamp Club—Dining Room


  • 8:00—Billiards—Game Room
  • 8:30—Strength & Balance at Evansburg United Methodist Church, Collegeville—Joanne
  • 8:30—Small Group Training—Classroom 2—Jolene
  • 9:30—Sit ‘n Fit—Evansburg United Methodist Church, Collegeville – Joanne
  • 9:30—Weight Watchers – 3rd Floor
  • 9:45—Yoga Stretch & Tone—Classroom 2—Patty
  • 10:00—Knitting, Crocheting & More – Art & Craft Room—Pat
  • 10:30—Sit & Fit—Track—Jolene
  • 10:30—Barre Balance—Classroom 2—Patty
  • 11:00—Zumba Gold – Classroom 2– Joanne    
  • 12:30—Self Defense—Track–Darrel
  • 12:45—Chair Dancing – Classroom 2 – Joanne
  • 1:00—Art with Daryl—Art & Craft Room
  • 1:00—Current Events—Library
  • 1:00—Shuffleboard Group – Game Room
  • 1:00—Dominoes—Game Room
  • 1:30—Tai chi—Track—Darrel

Wednesday: Haircuts w/ Natalie by appt only! AND—Chair Massage w/ Mihae by appt—arrive 5 mins early!

  • 8:00—Pool & Shuffleboard—Game Room
  • 8:00—Early Bird 50+ Fit—Track—Jolene
  • 9:30—50+ Fit (Sponsored by Tower Health – Pottstown Hospital)—Track—Jolene
  • 10:00—Technology with Janet—Library
  • 10:30—Core & Balance—Track—Mihae
  • 11:00—Intermediate/Advanced Spanish—3rd Floor—Evelyn
  • 12:45—Texas Hold ‘Em—Game Room
  • 1:00—Basic Spanish Exploration—Evelyn—3rd Floor
  • 1:00—Pinochle—Café
  • 1:00—Flexibility & Core—Classroom 2—Linda  
  • 1:30—Line Dancing—Track—Robin


  • 8:00—Pool & Shuffleboard—Game Room
  • 8:45—Boom, Move!—Track—Jolene
  • 10:00—Knitting, Crocheting and More—Art & Craft Room—Pat
  • 10:00—“As Time Goes By” Small Group Singers—3rd Floor—Jay
  • 10:00—Intentional Philanthropy—Classroom 1—Beth Harper Briglia
  • 10:30—Sit & Get Fit—Track—Jolene
  • 11:00—Zumba Gold—Classroom 2—Joanne G
  • 1:00—“As Time Goes By” Chorus—3rd Floor—Arlene
  • 1:00—Dominoes—Game Room
  • 1:00—Mahjong—Art & Craft Room—Linda  
  • 1:00—Bingo—Dining Room—Monica, Pat, & Connie
  • 1:30—Super Senior Fit—Track—Mihae


  • 8:00—Pool & Shuffleboard—Game Room
  • 8:00—PiYo—Classroom 2—Jolene
  • 8:00—Strength & Balance—Evansburg United Methodist Church, Collegeville—Joanne
  • 9:00—Gentle Floor Yoga Stretch—Maryellen
  • 9:00—Sit ‘n’ Fit—Evansburg United Methodist Church, Collegeville—Joanne G
  • 10:00—Drums Alive—Track—Jolene
  • 11:00—Youthful Hearts Low Impact Chair—Track—Linda
  • 11:15—Small Group Training—Classroom 2—Mihae
  • 12:45—Meet the Hill School Students—Dining Room
  • 12:45—Texas Hold ‘Em—Game Room
  • 1:00—Canasta—Café


Off-site TRAAC Programs

Evansburg United Methodist Church in Collegeville is hosting the TRAAC on Tuesday and Friday mornings.  Joanne teaches a Strength & Balance class at 8:30 and a Sit ‘n Fit class at 9:30 on Tuesday.  Friday Strength & Balance at 8:00 and Sit ‘n Fit is at 9:00.  Please stop by and check these classes out!
Address: 3871 Germantown Pike, Collegeville, PA 19426

Lunch registration policy/procedure:

We have moved to a 2-day ahead preregistration policy. For example, preregister by Mon. at 4p for Wed.
All cancellations will be filled until noon.

The above applies to the monthly Birthday lunch, as well. We encourage a $5 optional donation that can be paid at lunch like a regular lunch donation. Please consider making this donation as funds collected that day offset the expense of the entertainment and birthday cakes.

Silver Sneakers, Renew Active & One Pass, Silver & Fit

Several of the Medicare, Medicare Supplement & Medicaid providers have new partnerships with fitness programs. Check to see if you can get your classes for free at the TRAAC!  We are partners with Silver Sneakers & Renew Active/One Pass & Silver&Fit programs.  The groups below are just a few that have this available.  Bring in your card or number and we can enter you.

  • United Healthcare Medicare Advantage
  • AARP Medicare Supplement
  • Independence Blue Cross
  • Humana
  • Keystone 65
  • Aetna



  • Get appointments at the front desk for the following dates:
    • Chair Massage with Mihae on Oct 18; Nov 1 & 15; Dec 13 & 27
    • Haircuts with Natalie—Oct 18; Nov 1, 15 & 29
  • Healthy Steps In Motion—every Monday at 1p—Now-Oct 30–3rd Floor
  • Tea & Talk with Audrey—Pre-register now!!
    • Oct 10 & 26 at 10:30 in the Café—Topic: TBA
  • Stencil Art with Lisa—Oct 11 at 10a in Art & Craft Room
  • Bertie’s Doggie Treat Thursday!—Oct 12th—support the TRAAC and show your furry friend some extra love!
  • Alzheimer’s Awareness, Education and Support Classes by the Alzheimer’s Association scheduled at 10a on select dates—caregivers, family and those living with Alzheimer’s and/or dementia are encouraged to attend:
    • Oct 13—Effective Communication Strategies
    • Nov 10—The 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s
    • Jan 12—Understanding & Responding to Dementia-Related Behaviors
  • Flu and Covid Vaccine Clinic with Giant Pharmacy—Oct 16—10a-1p—sign up now
  • October Birthday Luncheon—Oct 18—Mismatch Wednesday—Get totally UN-coordinated and pull out those mismatched socks and wear a terrible mix of stripes and polka-dots for a wacky celebration!
  • Flower Arranging with Audrey—Oct 19 at 1p
  • Game Night is back! Oct 19 from 4-8p—ask at the front desk for more details and to reserve your meal for purchase!
  • Meet with The Hill School students—Oct 20 at 12:45p—Learn about upcoming joint projects with TRAAC members and Hill School students; share your story with a teenager and record it via StoryCorp
  • Cheesetoberfest—Oct 21st—A totally cheesy fundraiser that you won’t want to miss! Get your tickets now!
  • Intentional Philanthropy—Making Your Generosity Count— plan on attending all 3 sessions—Oct 5, 12, & 26 at 10a–3-part series with Beth Harper Briglia provides practical tools and techniques to broaden your knowledge of the philanthropic sector & encourage giving of time, talent and treasure. Explore: Role of Philanthropy in the US/Nonprofit Sector; Intentional Philanthropy – What Inspires giving; Selecting charitable causes; What Will Be Your Legacy—intergenerational philanthropy; Charitable Vehicles – What makes sense for you; and Current Topics. Attendees—limited to 14 students—Pre-register today for all three sessions!
  • Legal Education Workshops—Planning Ahead–Wills, Power of Attorney and More—w/ MontCo Bar Assoc., LegalAid and Senior Law
  • Learn more about these topics with an educational workshop on Oct 23 at 1p in the Dining Room
  • Wills Clinic for qualified applicants on Dec 4—must apply in advance; limited appts. available
  • Tricounty Community Network—Senior Emotional Health & Welfare Workshop—Oct 24 at 1p
  • Halloween Mystery Theater w/ Dave Herner—Oct 25 at 3p
  • TRAAC Book Club—will meet on the last Friday of each month at 1p in the Library
    • Oct 27 discussion–“The Personal Librarian” by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray
  • History Club—select Fridays at 1p:
    • Oct 27–History of Native Americans with Betty Raymond Gubler
    • Nov 17—A Synopsis of Hawaii’s History with Dr. Gubler
  • Medicare 101 Info Session with Ed Savitsky of PA Medi—Oct 31 at 1p—Dining Room
  • Medicare Resource Fair—Nov 1 10a-2p at the TRAAC
  • AARP Driving Classes coming in November—sign up now:
    • Nov 8—recertification class for those who took the course before and need to update
    • Nov 15 & 16—2 day course for new students to the AARP Driving Program
  • Understanding Gender Identity—Part 2 is back Nov 13 at 10a with Tasha from the LGBT Center of Greater Reading
  • Medicare One-On-One Consultations with Dave, TriCounty Health Plans—Nov 14 & 28—More details to come!
  • Teach Your Grandchildren the Art of Saving Money with Beth Biehl from Tricounty Area Federal Credit Union—workshop on Nov 13 at 1p
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters with Rupert Elementary School—Nov 14 (NOTE DATE CHANGE)—10:45-11:45a


Meals To-Go with Karin!!   

The next To-Go Meal is ready for pick up on October 6!  Menu will include roasted pork tenderloin with potato & acorn squash w/ cranberries. Cost: $10 for 2 servings.  Payment due at time of registration. If you have suggestions for Karin’s “To Go” meals stop by and chat with her. Holiday Meals-To-Go signup for Thanksgiving and December Holidays coming soon—check back for more delicious details!

NOTE: Extra lunch items are offered for sale when available—check daily with Chef Karin and the Kitchen Crew for availability!

2023-2024 TRAVEL NEWS with Donna

Please stop by and check out the dining room or the second floor for a complete listing of all the trips for 2023.  Donna is available Monday, Thursday and Friday for questions. Just a reminder that all 2023 trips need to be paid for one full month prior to the trip date.

2023–  On October 19, we will venture to the Michner Art Museum for a guided tour, and then on to Peddler’s Village for an afternoon of Scarecrow viewing, snack munching, and some early holiday shopping in the unique shops located there. November 9th, we are headed up to Jim Thorpe for a day of ambling around the shops followed by a 70-minute train trip into the Lehigh Valley RR.  In December, we are staying close to home, as we participate in Christmas/Hannukah/Kwanza Trivia. After, there will be a White Elephant gift exchange with “a whole lot of swapping going on.”  This will be a good time to find those treasures that tend to be hiding in the nooks and crannies of our homes.  Take the time to wrap one up and bring with you for a fun time, with laughs, and of course, wonderful holiday treats.  

2024–There are lots of plans for next year, beginning with a Philadelphia Orchestra concert on 1/19/24.  On February 5, 2024, we have a trip to the Dutch Apple dinner theatre for “Simply Olivia” concert.  This trip is limited to 24 people.  Of course, everybody loves mystery trips, so we have one planned for March 14, 2024.  there might be a few hints dropped now and then.  April 10, 2024, is the date of the Mayflower Portugal, Douro River Cruise.  Diane Wilhelm will be doing a travelogue about this trip along with 2 others (London/Paris, and the British Isles) we have open to members in 2024.  April 22, 2024, finds us traveling to the Tropicana for the show, “Bette, Babs, and Beyond. It features the songs of Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Cher, and others.  One not to miss.  the Fulton Theatre, will be our destination on May 16, 2024, for the show “South Pacific.” It will probably be a stop at September Farms for lunch kind of day.  In September 2024, the two Mayflower trips, one to London and Paris, and the other to The British Isles (England, Ireland, Scotland) are scheduled.  We venture again to Dutch Apple dinner theatre on September 5, 2024, for “the Jersey Boys.”   On November 7, 2024, we are scheduled to go to Sight and Sound theatre for the Showing of “Daniel”.  This will include dinner at Shady Maple restaurant following the play.  There are several other events that are being looked into, but they are only in the planning stages at this point.

Garden and Litter Patrol Green Team

Meets every 2nd Wednesday at 10a
Stop by and assist our dedicated Green Team as they tend to our flourishing garden and clean up the TRAAC property. Thanks to all the Volunteers who keep our property green and clean! Plus, stop by and check out our garden! Tom W., Diane Pfanders, and Shelley Matthews have been hard at working tending to the TRAAC Garden–thanks!! October 11 at 10a

SHARE Produce Vouchers

Make sure to use your SHARE Produce Vouchers by November 30 or they will expire!! We are done distributing vouchers for the 2023 season. The TRAAC distributed vouchers to 130 individuals this growing season!! Check back next summer for more details and eligibility in 2024!

Massage at the TRAAC

Mihae Blank is here two Wednesdays of the month to do Chair Massage. Chair Massage is known to produce multiple benefits including increasing circulation, boosting energy, alertness & productivity, reducing muscle tension and pain as well as relieving emotional stress, and it relaxes and rejuvenates.  Each 15-minute appointment will include a brief personal current health discussion and massage. Please arrive 5 minutes early.  Appointments for a Chair Massage may be made at the front desk.  Payment is due at time of massage–$15 for 15 minutes. For more information (610)323-5009.  Next appointments are available for 10/18; 11/1 & 11/15; 12/12 & 12/27

Haircuts Available at the TRAAC

Are you in need of a haircut but don’t have the time to get out?  We have a solution! Natalie is a Pennsylvania state licensed beautician here to provide haircuts to both men and women one Wednesday of each month. Timeslots for haircut appointments will begin at 10:00 a.m. and the last timeslot will be 1:45 p.m.  The cost for the haircut is $8.00.  Your hair needs to be clean, dry and free of any creams, gels, or sprays since there will be no shampooing hair; the haircuts will be dry. If necessary, your hair can be lightly misted with a spray bottle using water. Also available will be beard trimming, facial grooming and tweezing. All are $8.00 and payable to the beautician. Sign up for Oct 18, Nov 15&29.

LGBTQ Senior Social Group

A time to socialize, interact and connect at the TRAAC. The group meets monthly and provides an opportunity for LGBTQ seniors and allies to meet and enjoy some refreshments, each other’s company as well as activities in the center or at a nearby restaurant. Everyone and anyone is welcome to attend.  Contact Jolene (610.323.5009; ext. 107) for more information. PLEASE NOTE: This group will gather Oct 18 at noon at Inn at St Peters Inn–3471 Saint Peters Rd, Saint Peters, PA 19470–12p—RSVP with Jolene asap!

October Birthday Celebration

October 18—Mismatch Wednesday a funny-themed celebration of UN-coordination–so pull out those mismatched socks and wear a terrible mix of stripes and polka-dots for a wacky celebration!  so get your best tropical attire, hula skirt and lei ready as we send off summer!!

Holiday Luncheon at Gianni’s

Dec 8th—Noon-2p
Join TRAAC friends for an elegant holiday celebration at Gianni’s located at 1445 E Schuylkill Rd, Pottstown, PA 19465. A buffet lunch and entertainment by Kevin Pierce will be provided. $40/pp pre-payment due to the front desk upon RSVP.

Diabetes Programming at the TRAAC        

Pottstown Medical Specialists Division of Education will be offering monthly diabetic support groups at two different times for persons with diabetes and their caregivers. Sessions are led by a staff of Certified Lifestyle Coaches, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, Registered Dietician and special guest speakers.  Each session will offer something for everyone who lives with diabetes, in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Our programs will be held select Thursdays—at 10a and 1p. We hope to see you!

The Thursday 1p Group with Abigail will cover various topics such as what is diabetes and how it effects your body, simple nutritional changes you can make to help manage your blood sugar, how being more active can reduce your chance of diabetes progression, medication management and blood sugar tracking. Upcoming dates are: 9/28; 10/12; 11/2; 11/30

The Thursday 10a Support Group will be hosted on select weeks and will be structured as a support group, hosted by Chris Yocom, with group members guiding the topics members want to discuss. Upcoming Dates: 10/12; 11/9; 12/7


Open to all TRAAC community members, this is a chance to meet new friends and socialize over appetizers and dinner fare at local restaurants to be determined. Pre-register now for the next date on October 26 at 4:30p—location TBD.


Tuesdays at 1:00
Looking for some fun?  We are getting a group together to play shuffleboard here at the TRAAC.  Join us and meet with others that are looking to play, learn the game and techniques.  All welcome!

Beyond the TRAAC—Other News & Info…


(Senior Tax Refund Incentive Volunteer Exchange) PROGRAM—
About the Program: The STRIVE (Golden Sage) Program allows property taxpaying Pottstown residents, 60 years of age or older, to volunteer in the school in exchange for such service to receive a property tax credit while sharing their talents and knowledge with students and staff.

How do I apply? An application can be picked up from the receptionist at the Pottstown School District Administration Building, 230 Beech Street, Pottstown, PA 19464, or call 610-323-6984. The application must be completed and returned to the Administration Building. Applicants must also submit a request for Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse History Clearance, and Cogent Fingerprint Clearance. Applicable fees for clearances are reimbursed to the applicant upon qualifying with volunteer hours.

What are the guidelines? Must work a minimum of 20 hours per school year to receive a tax credit voucher. The regular working hours for participants will be between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. The participant should be available for at least one hour. The participant will receive a tax credit voucher for the number of hours worked at the PA minimum wage up to a maximum tax credit of $500.00. The tax credit voucher must be used during the subsequent tax year that the participant volunteers services. This tax credit may have Federal Income Tax implications and is subject to “Return to Service” provisions of the PSERS Retirement Code

A child needs YOU to become a classroom Foster Grandparent!

The Foster Grandparent Program of Montgomery County is looking for older adults* interested in volunteering with children in local schools and day care centers. YOU could be that special person in the lives of local children as you provide the extra attention, support and mentoring they need to build their school readiness and academic skills.

Did you know that becoming a foster grandparent volunteer doesn’t just benefit children? Volunteering has been shown to improve physical and mental health, provide a sense of purpose, and prevent loneliness and isolation in older adults.

Join our team of dedicated Foster Grandparent volunteers and make a difference in the lives of children while reaping all the benefits of volunteering! Foster Grandparent volunteers receive a small, non-taxable stipend in exchange for their service, meal and transportation reimbursement (if applicable), on-going training, paid holidays, recognition for their service, opportunities to connect with others, and MORE! Reach out to the Foster Grandparent Program at or 610-323-1888 option 4.

Foster Grandparents are a part of AmeriCorps Seniors, a national service initiative funded by the federal government and sponsored locally by YWCA Tri-County Area.

*Must be 55 years or older and fall within certain income guidelines. Please reach out for more details!

Giant Gift Card Fundraiser

We are now part of the “Cash for Causes” with Giant and Martin food stores supporting non-profits. We have $25.00 gift cards available for purchase. The TRAAC receives 5% on each purchase. The cards are available at the front desk during normal operating hours. Cash & checks are accepted. Help support the TRAAC while doing your grocery shopping!

Redner’s Receipts

Please continue to send in your Redner’s receipts!  This is an easy fundraiser for us, and for you.  If you are a Redner’s Rewards member, just send us your entire receipt, including the bottom section with the rewards information.  We turn the receipts in and receive a portion back as a donation.  Drop them at our front desk, or mail them to us at: TRAAC, 288 Moser Rd, Ste. 1, Pottstown, PA  19464.  Thank you!

We do our best to include all activities and avoid grammar errors and misspellings. But mistakes still occur, so please be patient with us and feel free to let Hannah know if anything should be corrected for future issues of the TRAAC Notes. Thanks!