To provide nutritious meals,
socialization, health screening, and
education. We act as a catalyst for
access, opportunity, health and
FOR THE BEST independence for persons
LUNCH IN 60 years and older.
Seniors 60 and Over Director Sylvia Elexpuru ~ 1795 Ruby View Drive, Elko, NV. 89801
suggested minimum Phone 775.738.3030 ~ Email email@example.com ~ Website www.elkoseniors.org
Guests Under 60 April is a funny month… we never know when it will be as warm as springtime or snowing,
$6.00 do we? Well, we can’t change the weather only enjoy and be prepared for it.
March Events And speaking of preparing… we’re planning quite a few things here at the Center. For
Not To Be instance, next month we’ll be sending our newsletter out to all of our registered members in
the hope of getting some of our absent members to start back with us for lunch. The menu
Missed! will be in there, too. Of course, if you need more than one menu we’ll have some on hand at
April Fools Our Volunteer Appreciation Dinner is on April 16th. We’re taking this opportunity to say
11:30 a.m. Thank You to all of you who help run this Center everyday.
April 11th We’re also planning a couple of fundraising events for this spring and summer – our Senior
ESAP Board Meeting Ball in August and a Golf Ball Drop (date to be determined). If you’re interested in helping
2:00 p.m. plan and work the events just let us know.
April 14th Speaking of fundraising, we’ll be working on our grant requests from the Aging and
Birthday Celebration Disabilities Services Division for our nutrition programs (Congregate and Home-delivered
11:30 a.m. meals). So, if you don’t see me as much I’ll be in my office working on grants and budget
over the next few weeks.
SCE Honor Choir Our events this month revolve around Easter and Birthday celebrations. We’ve planned a very
11:30 a.m. special Easter lunch for you with Baked Salmon and/or Baked Ham. Of course there will be
Easter eggs and prizes, too! So…. make sure you come and bring family and friends.
Next month watch for special event lunches like May Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day and
By Appointment Only
Easter Dinner Each and every one of you are appreciated and loved every day for everything you do and for
11:30 a.m. who you are – our friends.
Look inside our Warmly,
newsletter to find out
more about upcoming
activities, clubs, health
daily menu. Sylvia
Club Gatherings Up Coming Events
Discover the benefits of joining a Clean Up Green Up Day
club and be a part of the laughter and
support. For more information Saturday, April 30, 2011.
contact the Club Representative Recycling, Tree Planting, Prescription Drug Roundup, etc.
listed below. Teams can pre-register by calling the American Red Cross at
753-9600 or P.A.C.E. at 777-3451.
We take all sorts of fun and exciting
trips, in a variety of price ranges. The Terrace Yard Sale Fundraiser
Group Meeting on Saturday, July 16
April 6th , 11:00-12:00 p.m.
Gwen Thacker 753-3605
Donations will be accepted July 5th through July 12th
No shoes, clothing, or books, sorry.
Come join us and find Good nutrition starts with smart choices in the grocery store.
friendship, understanding, and Listed below are simple guidelines to help you choose healthier
hope to help you through the foods when you are shopping.
natural grieving process.
Group Meeting on
April 13th, 10:00-11:30 a.m. Grains
Charnice Gustafson 738-3030 Most people need to eat more whole-grain foods. Breakfast cereals are an
easy way to add whole grains to your diet. Look for some cereals that have
one of these words as the first ingredient: oatmeal, whole-grain corn, whole
Crafters Club oats, whole wheat.
Bring your current craft project
(knitting, crocheting, quilting,
The color of the bread does not mean it is whole-grain. Bread can be brown
beading, embroidery, ect.) or any
because of molasses or other added ingredients. Read the label to see if it’s
craft type problem you need help
made with a whole grain. Foods labeled with the words “multi-grain,”
with and join us for an enjoyable and
“stone-ground,” “100% wheat,” “cracked wheat,” “seven-grain,” or “bran”
are usually not whole-grain products.
Every Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.
Sharon Pierce 738-3030
Look for come dark green or orange vegetables such as broccoli, spinach,
Anchors Aweigh romaine lettuce, carrots, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin. Most adults don’t get
A weight management support group enough of these.
that encourages a healthy lifestyle.
Every Friday, 10:30-11:00 a.m. Fruits
Charnice Gustafson 738-3030
Choose one fruit you’ve never tried but would like to try. When buying fruit
drinks, find one that is 100% fruit juice. It’s a good idea to eat whole fruits
Kitchen Klatter Band more often than 100% fruit juice.
Known as the “Good Will
Ambassadors” for the Terrace Senior Milk
Center, the Kitchen Klatter band is a Choose a calcium-rich food to eat for a snack such as fat-free yogurt, lowfat
group of senior music lovers who cheese and cottage cheese, or 1% or fat-free milk.
have also acquired the ability to play
Meat and Beans
Tuesdays & Thursdays Look at all the kinds of food in the meat and beans group. Then find some
10:00 a.m. different types of dry beans. These are good sources of protein.
To learn more about eating healthy, please visit www.MyPyramid.gov.
Showing in April Health Services
Silverado – April 6th Podiatry Clinic
Running Time: 2:20 Genre: Western Action Rated: PG13 A Podiatry Clinic will be offered on
Thursday, April 21st , for those age 60
Two brothers, ex-prisoner Emmett (Scott Glenn) and current prisoner or over. The minimum suggested
Jake (Kevin Costner), team up with a butcher named Mal (Danny donation is $10.00, however,
Glover) and Paden (Kevin Kline), a man left to die in the desert by no one will be turned
outlaws, to take on the crooked sheriff (Brian Dennehy) of Silverado. away for inability to pay.
To schedule an appointment call The
Their families, who all live in the New Mexico town, depend on their
Terrace Senior Center at 738-3030
Blood Pressure Clinic
Bi-Weekly free blood pressure checks
The Tourist – April 13th are provided by Nevada Home Health.
Running Time: 1:43 Genre: Drama, Suspense Rating: PG13
Thursday, April 7th at 11:30 (NVHH)
Frank (Johnny Depp), a mild-mannered American on vacation in
Venice, Italy, is befriended by Elise (Angelina Jolie), a breathtakingly Thursday, April 21st at 11:30 (NVHH)
beautiful woman with a mysterious secret. Soon, their playful
romantic dalliance turns into a complicated web of dangerous deceit
as they are chased by Interpol, the Italian police, and Russian hit men
in this suspense-filled, international action thriller.
Driver Refresher Class
Burlesque – April 20th
Running Time: 1:59 Genre: Drama, Musical Rating: PG13 Monday May 2, 2011
9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
A small town singer, Ali (Christina Aguilera), moves to the big city
for her chance at stardom where she is enchanted by Burlesque, a
This class is for drivers 50
glamorous nightclub packed with dancers, sizzling music, and an
owner (Cher) in need of a star. Jam-packed with visually stunning
years old and older who have
musical numbers and an all-star cast featuring Eric Dane, Kristen Bell previously completed a state
and Stanley Tucci. approved 8 hour class. Class
will provide up-to-date
information on a variety of
The Switch – April 27th topics that are pertinent to
Running Time: 1:41 Genre: Comedy, Romance Rating: PG13 keeping senior drivers safe on
Jennifer Aniston stars alongside Jason Bateman in this offbeat Cost:
comedy as Kassie, a smart, fun-loving single woman who, despite her $12 for AARP Members
neurotic best friend Wally’s (Bateman) objections, decides it’s time to w/Membership Card (You
have a baby – even if it means doing it herself…with a little help from must present proof of your
a charming sperm donor (Patrick Wilson). But, unbeknownst to her, AARP membership on the
Kassie’s plans go awry because of a last-minute switch that isn’t
day of the class)
discovered until seven years later…when Wally gets acquainted with
Kassie’s cute – though slightly neurotic – son. From the people
behind LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE and JUNO comes THE SWITCH. $14 for Non Member
Payment due on day of class.
Financial/Legal Services Making wishes for the kind of day that brings the
Nevada Legal Services best of times and all your favorite things.
The Terrace, Elko Senior Activities
Program and Nevada Legal Services Happy Birthday!
have partnered in providing free civil
legal services to Elko County seniors in
certain areas of law.
If you request a consultation with an Jerry Campbell 1 Demar Robison 7 Lillian Coca 18
attorney, an appointment will be made Antonio Boluna 2 William Halls 9 Arnol Petersen 19
for you by the The Terrace’s staff. You Marjorie Hannah 2 Connie Sandman 10 Alice McNeill 20
can stop by the front office or call Beverly Nance 2 Howard Hoffman 11 George Malkmus 21
738-3030 to set up an appointment. Faun Madsen 2 Stanley Zunino 11 Curtis Perkins 21
Roy Burns Sr. 3 Cedric Shaw 12 David Starbuck 22
Access to Health Care Gordon Jones 3 Doris Toothman 13 Chester Denton 23
Londa Manteufel & Ivan Espinoza Don Taufer 4 Tenne Bagby 14 Jo Leyva 23
works for Access to Health Care Jim Hughes 5 Hope Velasquez 14 Nada Kukurin 23
Network. Their job is to help seniors Jim Lansford 6 Tome Clemens 14 Lolly Blaylock 26
and disabled people with Julie Wilson 7 Larry Plumb 17 Jerry Wagner 27
Medicare/Medicaid benefits. Their Romona Stevens 7 Joyce Mauldin 17 Karen Cortez 28
office is located in The Terrace Senior Brema Skinner 18 Donna Shelley 30
Center. For more information or to
make an appointment please
call at 775-753-4085. If your birthday doesn’t appear here, please let us know so we can all celebrate!
1795 Ruby View Dr.
Elko, NV 89801