CBN Steps Into 2022 With A Pair of New Programs for Seniors

CBN Steps Into 2022 With A Pair of New Programs for Seniors

The Carter Burden Network (CBN), going into the new year, adds two new programs on Zoom for the Roosevelt Island Senior Center.

The Roosevelt Island Daily

First Class this Thursday, December 30th
Every Thursday from 10am – 11am 
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 892 4733 4750
Password: 713430 
First Class on Monday, January 3rd. 
Every Monday from 1:30pm- 2:30pm J
oin Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 834 7973 9413
Passcode: 159283
 For a full list of our Virtual Classes, click here to visit our website.

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