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					                                                             June 2009


                                 Clarence Senior Center
Bill Westley
Chairman of the                   4600 Thompson Rd.
Board of Directors

Karla R. Madrid
Executive Director

Debb Sabbatis
                                     Flea Market
Program Coordinator
                                 Saturday, June 13th
Phone: 716.633.5138             8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Fax: 716.633.2276
Email: clrsc@roadrunner.com
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                   4600 Thompson Road
                    Clarence, NY 14031
                       Phone 633-5138                                 Executive Director ................... Karla R. Madrid
                         Fax 633-2276                                 Program Coordinator .................. Debb Sabbatis
                 Email: clrsc@roadrunner.com                          Program Associate ........................Carol Serviss
                                                                      Business Manager ................ Margaret Grindrod
                                                                      Office Manager .............................Susan Shisler
                                                                      Office Assistant........................Debbie Santiago
       The mission of Clarence Senior Citizens, Inc. is
                                                                      Nutrition Coordinator............... Roger L. Moren
        to provide social, recreational, educational, and
                                                                      Transportation ................................. Ken Adams
       nutritional programs, as well as opportunities for
           volunteerism, to persons in the community
                                                                      MOW Site Manager........Mary Lou McDermott
                  who are fifty five and older.
                                                                      MOW Office ....................................... 633-9783
                                                                      Outreach Services ... .Jessica Colvin@636-3070

                 Regular Business Hours                                                       In This Issue
 Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Doors open at 8:50 am)           Birthday Celebration.........................................7
 Wednesday evening 6:30 - 9:30 pm (Doors open at 6:15 pm)
                                                                      Blood Pressure ..................................................6
                                                                      From the Chairman of the Board ......................3
                                                                      From the Executive Director............................ 3
                                                                      Movies ....................................................... 4 & 5
                                                                      Nature Explorers ...............................................8
 Due to the limited number of handicapped parking spaces              New Members...................................................3
 available, please consider those most in need when using             Special Event Calendar .....................................7
 your handicapped tag.                                                Weekly Schedule ..............................................6

                                                                                           Bulletin Boards
                     Sign In Procedures
                                                                     Please check the bulletin board across from the office
 All who enter the building must sign-in upon arrival                for important notices including Board of Directors
 and sign-out upon exiting. Member sign-in is located in             meeting minutes, decisions, and scheduled meetings.
 the foyer and guest sign-in is located in the office.
                                                                     Bulletin boards containing member information,
                                                                     announcements, scheduling, etc. are located throughout
                                                                     the hallways. Check for information on day trips, travel,
                     Van Transportation                              volunteering and various special events.
 Van transportation is available to members on a first call, first
 reserved basis. Please call the office to make or to cancel a       Please bring any notices you wish to have posted on
 reservation. To help defray the cost of transportation, a           the bulletin board to the office. The staff will then post
 suggested donation of $1 each way is greatly appreciated.           them appropriately. Postings are normally kept up for
                                                                     one month.

  • Monday: Tops                    • Wednesday: Dash’s                               Please Remember . . .
  • Tuesday: Wal Mart               • Friday: Wal Mart
                                                                     We do not give out confidential information such as phone
                                                                     numbers, addresses or personal information. If you wish to
                                                                     share this information with someone at the center, you
                                                                     need to do so on your own.
                         On the Cover:
                                                                     To better assist the center staff, please keep us informed
                June 13th Flea Market                                of address, phone number or emergency contact changes.
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                                   From the Executive Director…

      Dear Friends,

           The basket raffle and BBQ the Center hosted on May 3rd was an awesome event.
      We raffled off almost 200 baskets and gift certificates and served close to 400 BBQ
      dinners. Many people contributed in making this a success. I would like to thank all of the
      members, merchants, community organizations, businesses, staff, and board members
      who were so generous with donations. The donations we received were truly amazing.
      Thank you to all of the volunteers for your help...without you, it could not have been done!
      I commend Debb and the entire staff for their extra time and effort put toward this
      event. I am very fortunate to work with people that are willing to go above and beyond
      and do what it takes to get the job done! Finally, thank you to those who bought BBQ
      dinners and raffle tickets and to those who attended the event and made it such an
      exciting day.

                                     Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting
                                      Clarence Senior Citizens Inc.
                                           Board of Directors
                                     Thursday, June 25th at 1:15 PM
      Every center member, and prospective or interested person is invited to the Annual
      Meeting. It is a chance for you to hear the board of directors, and listen to the
      committee reports. It is not all boring stuff, and you could get a little more
      understanding of something that interests you.

      To make the afternoon complete, there will be a strawberry social, just as soon as
      the meeting ends.

      Bill Westley
      Board Chair

                                   Welcome New Members…

                    Theresa Waiss, Shirley Boller, Karen Mardis, Doris Ives,
                 George Hair, Charles Henry, Betty Lindstedt, John Monkelbaan,
                    Erna Dirschedl, Stephanie Ponomarenki, Mark Woodward
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  FIND YOUR NAME “HIDDEN” IN THE SILVER                                       Tuesday, June 9th
STREAK AND COME TO THE OFFICE TO PICK UP                                         9:30 a.m.
                                                                   Health Insurance Information
                     Please Note...                         Nancy Schneider, from Erie County’s Health Insurance
                                                            Information Counseling Assistance Program (HIICAP),
        Bocce Ball games have resumed.                          will be here to provide information and assistance
     Stop in the office for more information.                regarding Medicare, Medicare supplement policies and
                                                            long term care insurance. Confidential help with claims
            Antiques to Go and Yoga                        and referrals to appropriate agencies will also be available.
      are cancelled for the summer months.
             See you in September!
                                                                              Tuesday, June 9th
                                                                                 2:30 p.m.
                    Monday, June 1st                                    Widow/Widowers Group
                      1:30 p.m.                                 All are welcome to join us today for friendship
                      Book Group                                and conversation. Refreshments will be served.

                     Gifted Hands
                       by Ben Carson                                        Wednesday, June 10th
                                                                                10:00 a.m.
Benjamin Carson had a childhood dream of becoming
 a physician. Growing up in a single parent home with                      Independent Health
 dire poverty, poor grades, a horrible temper, and low         A Representative from Independent Health will be
   self-esteem appeared to preclude the realization of      available to answer questions you may have concerning
  that dream, until his mother, with only a third-grade       your current policy or the current rules of Medicare.
education, challenged her sons to strive for excellence.
                                                                          Medicare Family Choice
   This story of Ben Carson, M.D. will inspire readers
  as they watch an inner-city youngster rise to become     Deanne Kocoe will also be here to introduce the Medicare
  director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins         Family Choice program through Independent Health.
                  University Hospital.                     This plan is specifically designed for the special needs of
                                                            family members and individuals who are nursing home
                                                             residents. Join us if you want to learn more about this
                 Wednesday, June 3rd                          unique plan tailored to the needs of the frail elderly.
                     1:15 p.m.
                     Classic Movie                               Wednesday, June 10th
                                                                      1:15 p.m.
                                                                 Computer Class
                     “High Noon”                              Word Processing Basics
                                                           Mary Stefano will be teaching this hands-on introduction
 This Western classic stars Gary Cooper as Hadleyville     to word processing. (Advanced users are also welcome.)
 marshal Will Kane, about to retire from office and go      Learn to create, format, print and save your documents.
  on his honeymoon with his new Quaker bride, Amy          This class will be repeated on Tuesday, June 16th at 1:15.
(Grace Kelly). But his happiness is short-lived when he
  is informed that the Miller gang, whose leader (Ian                 Registration is required in the office.
 McDonald) he had arrested, is due on the 12:00 train.                        Class size is limited!
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                   Thursday, June 11th                               Tuesday, June 16th
                       10:00 a.m.                                        1:15 p.m.
   BlueCross BlueShield of Western NY                              Computer Class
  A Representative from BlueCross BlueShield will be
                                                                Word Processing Basics
 available to answer questions you may have concerning         Mary Stefano will be teaching this hands-on intro to
       your current policy or the rules of Medicare.           word processing. (Advanced users are also welcome.)
                                                              Learn to create, format, print and save your documents.
                     Friday June 12th                                  Registration is required in the office.
                        10:00 a.m.                                             Class size is limited!
                     CSC Travelers
     CSC Travelers are on the go! Plan on attending                           Tuesday, June 16th
    this meeting to learn about upcoming travel plans.                       11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m.
                                                                               Chair Massage
                   Saturday, June 13th                       Jim Grindrod, a licensed massage therapist, will be here
                  8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.                        to give free massages. Appointments are required.
                                                                Please sign up on the board adjacent to the office.
                  CSC Flea Market
 It’s time to clean out the basement, garage, or attic and
make some extra money! Table rental is $12 for members
                                                                                      Wednesday, June 17th
  and $15 for non-members. Outdoor space is available                                     12:30 p.m.
 for $10 (vendor must supply their own table and shelter                                Birthday Lunch
  if needed). This will be a rain or shine event. Donated
   items for the CSC table ( all proceeds to benefit CSC      Birthdays are special! Join us to celebrate this special
       activities) will be accepted Monday, June 8th           occasion. Cake will be served with lunch and those
                through Thursday, June 11th .                 celebrating a June birthday will receive a special gift.
          Unsold items will be donated to charity.                 The suggested donation for lunch is $2.50.
      Baked goods are needed and can be dropped off           Sign up on the birthday sheet on the nutrition board.
   on Friday, June 12th or Saturday morning, June 13th.
                                                                            Wednesday, June 17th
                Volunteers are needed.                                           1:15pm
     Please see Debb or Violet for more information.
                                                                              “Marley and Me”
                   Monday, June 15th
                   Tuesday, June 16th                                      Genre: Comedy Rating: PG
                                                                     Starring: Jennifer Aniston; Owen Wilson
                  10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
                AARP Driving Class                            Marley is the incorrigible Labrador retriever adopted by
                                                             Grogan, a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and his
 If you are looking for a way to cut your car insurance      wife. Their idea was to get a taste of parenthood, but the
  rates, consider attending the AARP Driving Course.            dog proved to be a hyperactive handful. He wreaks
You must attend both days to receive a discount on your      havoc, gets kicked out of obedience school and becomes
 insurance. Please bring your driver’s license to class.       even worse when the children begin to arrive. But as
   Course fee is $14.00 ($12.00 for AARP members).             mischievous Marley sees the Grogans through the ups
    Class size is limited. To register, call 633-5138         and downs of life and love, they ultimately realize that
                    Upcoming classes:                        “the world’s worst dog” truly brings out the best in them.
                         July 13, 14                                 Encore presentation tonight at 6:30 p.m.
                        August 17, 18                           No Friday showing due to the Father’s Day Luncheon.
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                                                                 WEEKLY SCHEDULE

    MONDAY                    TUESDAY                  WEDNESDAY                       THURSDAY                          FRIDAY
9:00 So-Sewers              9:00 Men’s Bridge         9:00 So-Sewers                 9:00 Full Body               9:00 Intermediate
                                                                                          Workout                      Bridge
9:00 Sweat & Tone           9:15 Women’s              9:00 Beginner Line
                                 Bridge                    Dance
9:00 - 11:00 Computer                                                                                             9:30 – 11:00 Senior
              Support       (Foursome only)           9:30 Ceramics                                                   Outreach Program
          6/8 & 6/22                                                                 10:00 Beginner Bridge
                                                                                           Lessons                      (636-3070)
                            10:00-12:00 Blood         9:30 Woodcarving
9:30 Ceramics               Pressure Screenings
                                                      9:30 Euchre
10:15 Tap Dancing           11:30 Resistance
                                                      9:30 Line Dance                                             11:30 Resistance
11:30 Lyrical Jazz                Training
                                                      10:00 - 12:00 Computer
                            11:30 Tai Chi                            Support
Noon Billiards              Noon Billiards            Noon Billiards                 Noon Billiards               Noon Billiards

  12:30 LUNCH IS             12:30 LUNCH IS              12:30 LUNCH IS                 12:30 LUNCH IS               12:30 LUNCH IS
      SERVED                     SERVED                      SERVED                         SERVED                         SERVED

                                                      12:30 Bridge                   12:30 Duplicate
                            1:00 Intermediate                                              Bridge                 1:00 Pinochle
1:00 Poker                        Bridge              1:00 Poker
                                                                                     1:00 Poker                   1:00 Poker
1:15 Wii Bowling            1:00 Poker                1:00 Watercolor Class
                                                                                          * * New * *             1:00 Dominoes
2:30 Ping Pong              1:15 Shuffleboard         TBD Bocce Ball                 1:00 Arthritis Tai Chi
(please call in advance                                                              2:00 Arthritis Tai Chi
 for table set-up)
                                                      6:30 Pinochle and Pool
                                                                                     1:15 Bingo

                 Please note...a second Arthritis Tai Chi class has been added to the schedule.
                        Call the office for more information on any of these activities.

                       *All activities listed on the schedule are subject to time and room change and/or cancellation.
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           Special Events
Sun            Mon                         Tue                    Wed                     Thu                     Fri           Sat

      1                            2                       3                      4                       5                     6

      1:30 Book Group                                      1:15 Classic Movie:
                                                                “High Noon”

7     8                            9                       10                     11                      12                    13
                                                                                                          10:00 CSC Travelers
                                   9:30 HIICAP             10:00 Independent      9:00 Board Meeting
                                                                                  10:00 BC/BS
                                   2:30 Widows/Widowers    1:15 Computer Class

14    15                           16                      17                     18                      19                    20

                AARP Driving Course 10:00 - 2:30
                                                           12:30 Birthday Lunch   9:30 Nature Explorers   11:15 Father’s Day
                                   11:00 - 2:00            1:15 & 6:30 Movie:     9:30 Univera                  Luncheon
                                     Chair Massage w/Jim       “Marley & Me”

                                   1:15 Computer Class     6:30 Computer Class

21    22                           23                      24                     25                      26                    27
                                                           10:00 EPIC
                                                                                  1:15 CSC Annual
                                                           1:15 Let’s Reminisce       Board Meeting       11:00 New Member
                                                                                   & Strawberry Social           Welcome
                                                           7:00 Alzheimers
                                                                Support Group     5:30 CSC Diners

28    29                           30

      3:00 Couples Club
         Town Place Park
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                  Wednesday, June 17th
                       6:30 p.m.
               Computer Class                                                   Friday, June 19th
                                                                                   11:15 a.m.
        Troubleshooting Your Computer
                                                                         Father’s Day Luncheon
                                                                 Father’s Day is a great time to celebrate and honor
                                                                    the important men in our lives, from dads and
                                                                   uncles to grandfathers. Join our celebration as
                                                                   we pay tribute to all of the wonderful men that
   We’ve all encountered problems with our computers              have influenced our lives. Entertainment for this
   that can lead to frustration - and the desire to toss the       event will be the Fabulous 50’s with a blend of
  computer out the window! In this class, Dave Schupp                    favorites from the 40s, 50s and 60s.
  will help you to better understand some basic computer
         issues and how to correct or prevent them.                        Sign up on the nutrition board
                                                                              by Thursday June 11th.
                 Please sign-up in the office.
                    Class size is limited.

                    Thursday, June 18th                                      Wednesday, June 24th
                         9:30 a.m.                                          10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
                   Nature Explorers                                                   EPIC
              Baehre Swamp Boardwalk                            Do you need assistance paying for your medications?
               & Margaret Louise Park                             A representative from EPIC will be available to
                                                               explain more about the New York State EPIC Program
  Great Baehre Swamp is 271 acres of forested wetland              and the Medicare Prescription Drug Program.
     with 1/4 mile of wheelchair accessible boardwalk.
      The principle use of this area, located in Amherst
  along Hopkins Road between Klein and Dodge Roads,                                  Wednesday, June 24th
   is birdwatching and nature hikes. Parking, boardwalk
                                                                                          1:15 p.m.
      access and picnic areas are available at Margaret
   Louise Park at the north end of the boardwalk. We’ll                              Let’s Reminisce:
        have a picnic at the Park Shelter afterwards.                               Love and Courtship
   Meet at the Center at 9:30 a.m. sharp for car pooling.
                                                                 “Let’s Reminisce” is a new program where we take
     Sign-up on the Nature Explorer’s bulletin board.             an opportunity to recollect memories and feelings
                                                                  about various topics from our past, such as school
                                                                days, holidays, favorite toys, etc. Do you remember
                    Thursday, June 18th                          your first love and those early days of romance and
                         9:30 a.m.                                 courtship? Since June is known as the wedding
                                                                 month, Judith has chosen “Love and Courtship” as
                           Univera                              the topic for part one of a two part session of “Let’s
    Univera workshops are informal, informational, and         Reminisce.” Part two, “Weddings and Marriage,” will
    easy to understand. Whether you are just becoming           be scheduled in July. Please join us as we reminisce!
     eligible for Medicare or you are already a member
   and looking for clarification of the rules of Medicare,                      Sign up in the office.
       this workshop is a great way to stay informed.
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                  Wednesday, June 24th                                   Monday, June 29th
                       7:00 p.m.                                        3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
            Alzheimers Support Group                                      Couples Club
        This group provides support, information,                        Town Place Park
     and resources to anyone touched by Alzheimers.
                                                             All are welcome to join us for an afternoon social!

                    Thursday, June 25th
                         1:15 p.m.                                   Looking Forward…
        Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting
                                                                      Picnic in the Park
         Clarence Senior Citizens Inc.
                                                                      Thursday, July 23rd
              Board of Directors
      Meet with the CSC Board of Directors and the                  Dominoes Tournament
         staff to hear the Annual Report of 2008.
      All are encouraged to attend then stay for the
                                                                   Fridays, July 10,17, & 24
           FREE Strawberry Social afterwards!

                   Thursday, June 25th                        There have been several requests for
                   2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.                  “Debb’s Broccoli Salad” that was served at
                   Strawberry Social                       the Volunteer Social. Here’s the recipe for
                                                            anyone wanting to try this yummy dish!
  Come join us for some delicious strawberry shortcake
  and entertainment following the Annual Meeting. This
  free event is sponsored by the CSC Board of Directors
     for the benefit of our members. All are welcome!
     Please sign up in the office by Friday, June 19th

                    Thursday, June 25th                    Raw florets from 2-3 bunches of broccoli
                        CSC Diners                               1 lb. crisp bacon, crumbled
     Refer to the bulletin board for more information.              1/2 c sliced red onion
                                                                      1 c chopped celery
                                                                1/2 c sunflower seeds or nuts
                      Friday, June 26th                       1/2 c raisins or dried cranberries
                         11:00 a.m.                                 1 c mandarin oranges
               New Member Welcome
     This is a great opportunity for new members, or                      3/4 c mayonnaise
     any member, to meet new people and learn more                           1/4 c sugar
     about the Center. A tour of the building will be                        2 T vinegar
       given and light refreshments will be served.
        Please notify the office if you plan to attend.    Combine first 7 ingredients. Mix together
                                                          mayo, sugar and vinegar. Pour dressing over
                                                             salad and gently mix to coat. Enjoy!
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           The Silver Streak is mailed via bulk mail,                     Volunteer Computer Support
          which can take up to a week to be delivered
          to your home, depending on your zip code.             •     Dave Schupp is available to provide computer
                                                                      assistance from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Mondays,
         If you would prefer to pick up your newsletter               June 8th & 22nd.
          at the Center, please notify the office and we
           will gladly hold your Silver Streak for you.         •     Ron Butler is available from 10:00 a.m. until noon
                                                                      on Wednesday mornings.

           VOLUNTEERS NEEDED                                        Computers for members are located in the CSC library.
                                                                       They are available for use 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
     The Center is in need of a few people willing to               Monday - Friday. The computers are also available on
   operate the video camera and projection system at                Wednesday evenings 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Please note
   special events. Instruction will be provided. Please             that first-time users must sign the Rules for the Use of
   stop in the office or see Karla if you are interested.               Public Computers available in the front office.

              Robert May...you are a winner!
                                                                                  DID YOU KNOW...

                  LIBRARY NEWS                                         Wireless service is available throughout the CSC.
                                                                       If you have a laptop computer, you can access the
 The CSC Library volunteers wish to thank all members                 internet from anywhere in the building. Instructions
   who have donated new and current reading books.                   are posted in the library or you may stop in the office
    Please do not bring in old or out of date books!                  with any questions. As stated above, members must
                                                                        sign the Rules for the Use of Public Computers,
 When borrowing books from the library, please follow                        which are available in the front office.
the sign-out procedures as posted on the library desk.

              Thank you for your cooperation!                                       Dash’s Tapesaver Program
                                                                                   Please continue to bring your cash
              Wedding Anniversary                                                    register receipts to the Center.
                Congratulations                                                   A drop-off box is located in the foyer.

          Couples celebrating fifty years or more,                    Thank you to Joan Pionessa and Violet Oldenski,
           please register the date with the office                 who have been tallying and organizing all the receipts.
               at least six weeks in advance.

   LaVerne & Gloria Campbell .................62 Years
   Sally & Jack Knavel ..............................57 Years
   Florence & John Kiesel.........................52 Years
                                                                            As a 501 (c) (3) charitable not-for-profit
                                                                          organization, the Clarence Senior Center is
                                                                           able to accept tax deductible contributions
           Suggestion Box Comments                                               to be used for the benefit of the
                                                                                     Center and its members.
  A signed comment was received regarding use of the
  flat screen TV while the dancing class was in session .

     The Executive Director personally spoke to the
     individual and a solution is being worked on.                          SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR THE
                                                                            JULY NEWSLETTER IS JUNE 12TH.
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                                     Thank You, AARP Tax Aide Volunteers
    Deserving special recognition, twenty‐three dedicated individuals contributed almost two thousand volunteer hours 
    during the past three months at the Clarence Senior Center and the Clarence Library working as AARP/IRS Tax Aides.    
    These volunteers helped residents to prepare and E‐file their 2008 Federal and New York State tax returns. 
    Over 900 taxpayers used this service.  The days of paper returns are over, as 97.88 percent of all returns submitted by 
    the Clarence sites were E‐filed electronically, ensuring prompt refunds and no bothersome mailing requirements for 
    clients.    Federal and State refunds totaled $ 812,962 at the two sites, with an average Federal refund of $ 808.12.  
    Further enhancing the value of this service to the community, the Tax Aide service is totally free, supported by AARP 
    and the Internal Revenue Service with the generous support of the Clarence Senior Center and the Clarence Public 
    Most important is the contribution of each of the volunteers.  Without their generous expenditure of time and talent, 
    there would be no Tax Aide program.  Each volunteer undergoes four full days of annual classes, a required course of 
    home study, and a proficiency exam which must be passed before any tax preparation commences.  A special “Thank 
    You” goes out to each of our volunteers: 
         Donald E. Adams • Kenneth Adams • Charles E. Bernd • Henry Brodowski • Emilio P. Corbelli • Nancy Crafts 
              Raymond Grimm • Daniel Hartley • Mei Kau • Charles J. Magavero • George Manthey • Donald Marx 
          Thomas A. Pause • C. William Rogers • Arthur  Sambuchi • John T. Scott • Ralph Siracuse • William J. Smith 
                    Mary B. Stefano • James Sullivan • Gerald J. Wangler • Sandra Warner • William Weikert  
    New volunteers are always welcome.  Anyone interested in contributing during the next tax season should contact 
    John Scott (683‐0770) or Tom Pause (689‐6118) at your earliest convenience.  

                                                                     From the Volunteer Coordinator...

                                                           It’s good to be back to my “second home.” Thanks to
                                                           Joan for taking care of my pet project—Dash’s register
                                                           receipts, and to Florence and John for all the work they
                                                           did while I was gone.

                                                           Many new members volunteered to help with the Basket
             THANK YOU                                     Raffle, and it was really appreciated. Wasn’t that Basket
                                                           Raffle exceptional! It was a great idea, Debb.
               KELLY.                                      To all the members who contributed items and their time
                                                           and to those of you who purchased meals or raffle tickets,
    After eight years, Kelly Warmingham                    “thank you,” for you all made it successful! ~ Violet
      of Deep Muscle Massage will no
      longer be giving massages at the
    Center. We are grateful for her many
    years of service and we will miss her.
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                                                 TRAVEL NEWS
                                     Ocean City & Annapolis, Maryland
                                            Wednesday, September 16th
                                            to Sunday, September 20th
                                               This exciting trip will include:
           •   Deluxe chartered motorcoach transportation between Clarence and Maryland
           •   Accommodations for three nights in Ocean City and one night in the Annapolis area
           •   Breakfast & dinner daily
           •   Ocean City Boardwalk including Shipwreck Museum & Seashell City
           •   Historic tour of Annapolis, including the Maryland State House, numerous 18th century mansions,
               and the U.S Naval Academy
           •   Sightseeing on Chincoteague and Assateague Islands, including an Explorer Boat Tour
           •   NASA Visitor Center
           •   A visit to the beautiful Delmarva Peninsula, including an Eastern Shore winery

                                             $599 / person - Double Occupancy
                                       $579 / person - Triple or Quad ♦ $699 / Singles
                                          Sign-up in the office with a $100 deposit.

                                                        Day Trips

                                                                             Autumn in the Southern Tier
                 A Day in the Finger Lakes
                                                                                   Wednesday, October 14th
                    Wednesday, August 19th                                          9:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
                     9:15 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
                                                                         Enjoy the spectacular fall foliage of the Allegany
       Esperanza Luncheon & Cruise on Keuka Lake                           Mountains on your way to an Oktoberfest to
                                                                           remember at The Old Library Restaurant in
      In 2002, Esperanza Mansion on Keuka Lake was restored               Olean, NY. Listen to the musical talents of The
      to its 19th century Greek Revival splendor and features a           Bearmeister Trio then be tantalized with some
      spectacular view of Keuka Lake. Your Finger Lakes Day              “vunderful” German food! The fun will continue
       will include a delicious luncheon at Esperanza Mansion                with more music and a new comedy act.
      followed by a Keuka Lake cruise aboard Esperanza Rose,
                                                                              Depart from the Center at 9:15 a.m. and
       a 65-foot oak and cedar vintage cruising boat with upper
                                                                          return to the Center at approximately 5:15 p.m.
        and lower decks. We’ll complete the day with a visit to
      Hunt County Vineyards, including wine tasting, a history                              $79 per person
           of their farm and time to browse in the gift shop.                     Sign-up and pay by September 14th
       Depart from the Senior Center at 9:15 a.m. and return at
           approximately 7:30 p.m. We’ll stop at a fast-food              Brochures for all trips are available at the
     restaurant on the way home for dinner at individual expense.        Center. For further information about these
                                                                               trips and future trips, attend the
                            $89 per person                                     monthly CSC Travelers meeting.
                 Sign-up and pay by Monday, July 20th                   Next meeting is Friday, June 12th at 10:00 a.m.
                                                                         Please note…all trips must be paid for by check.
                                                                                Thank you for your cooperation!

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