ACC PARK CITY
Lifelong Learning & Wellness
aqua aerobics**offered in the FALL
doll making computer classes
hula dance tai chi cooking demos
New Dance Classes this Fall!
Free demo class on Belly Dance , La n Dance Movement, and Jazz Dance
Thursday, September 22, 2:30 – 4:00 pm
ACC Park City
7375 Park City Drive
Sacramento, CA 95831
See class schedule on page 9
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Appreciations go to Area 4 Agency on Aging for your support of the Drop-In Respite Program and ACC Rides.
Appreciations go to Kaiser Permanente Foundation for their support of the ACC Lifelong Learning and Wellness Program.
Appreciations go to the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for their support of Caregiver Workshops.
FALL 2011 CLASSES
LEARN TO MAKE A SCARF WINDOWS XP (INTERMEDIATE)
Instructor: Nancy Wai-Watanabe Instructor: Bill Fong
This is a class for beginners. We will have small group instruction led
Learn ways to modify the looks of Windows by changing the desktop,
by experienced instructors to teach you the techniques for knitting and/
or crocheting scarves. Students will be responsible for bringing their color scheme, and style. Create shortcuts, change margin settings,
own yarn and crochet hooks and/or knitting needles to the first class. and change page orientation. Covers Windows Explorer, use of the
(Supply list for first class will be provided when you register for the recycle bin, capturing and printing images, and much more! Students
class.) Class size: At least 4 students, with no more than 9 students. must have taken Windows I (XP) or have working knowledge of
11F018 Th 10:00a-12:00p Sept 29, Oct 6 & 13 $18 Windows XP, be adept on the use of a mouse, or have instructor’s
approval. Limited to 10 students.
Instructor: Audrey Seo 11F202 W 1:00p-2:30p Oct 19-Dec 7 $55
Need some cute tags for your holiday gifts? Come ready to create your
supply of gift tags for this season using stamping and paper crafting
techniques. Class participants please bring your tool kit (scissors, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
double-sided adhesive and glue stick). Materials fee: $10 payable to Instructor: Heman Lee
ARTS & CULTURE instructor. For those who are competent with a mouse and have access to a
11F019 SAT 10:00a-12:00p Nov 19 $6 computer, you will learn basic Windows techniques using the latest
Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all Arts and
Culture classes, except for Global Travelogue. version of the Windows operating system. Start programs in a variety
of ways, customize your desktop, and understand new File Hierarchy
Instructor: Nora Bachus-Dressler
CHINESE BRUSH PAINTING (list of folders). Learn how to create icon shortcuts, customize your
This class focuses on Japanese conversation and vocabulary building.
Instructor: Han Moy Windows environment, and basic computer maintenance. Limited to
Word order, particles, and grammar in simple sentences will be taught.
Students will learn brush strokes, then gradually begin drawing simple
Hiragana script is also included. 10 students.
pictures of bamboos, orchids, chrysanthemums, etc. Required
materials (brush, paint, and paper) must be purchased by students. Level I 11F203 M 9:00-10:30a Oct 17-Dec 5 $55
11F001 F 1:00-3:00p Oct 7-28 $28 11F020 M 1:00-2:00p Oct 3-31 $25
11F021 M 1:00-2:00p Nov 7-28 $20 LEARNING BASIC WINDOWS 7
11F002 F 1:00-3:00p Nov 4-18 $21
11F022 M 1:00-2:00p Dec 5-12 $10 Instructor: Leonard Lew
11F003 F 1:00-3:00p Dec 2-16 $21 This 8 week’s class of Window 7 is the perfect beginner’s class for
11F023 M 11:15a-12:30p Oct 3-31 $25 those who want to get started using computers. The class walks you
BEGINNING MANDARIN CHINESE
Instructor: May Cheung through the basics of the operating system Windows 7 in an easy step-
11F024 M 11:15a-12:30p Nov 7-28 $20
Learn the phonetics of Mandarin Chinese using Hanyu Pinyin. by-step manner. Learn alongside your computer as you perform the
11F025 M 11:15a-12:30p Dec 5-12 $10
Students should be able to grasp the basics and have a better tasks laid out in each chapter. Students are encouraged to bring their
understanding of the forming of the sounds upon completion. Single PASTEL PAINTING own laptops and mouse to class. LIMITED TO 10 STUDENTS. $15
and compound words are introduced through pronunciation drills. Instructor: Alice Guo CLASS BOOK FEE (Optional)
Minimum of 4 students. Learn techniques and develop skills working with pastel. Bring flowers,
11F004 W 9:00-10:00a Oct 5-26 $40 animals, and landscapes to life! Students will compose a variety of 11F204 T 1:00-3:00p Oct 18-Dec 6 $55
11F005 W 9:00-10:00a Nov 2-30 $50 paintings. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. Limited to 10
students. LEARNING INTERMEDIATE WINDOWS 7
11F006 W 9:00-10:00a Dec 7-14 $20
11F026 W 3:00-5:00p Oct 5-26 $28 Instructor: Leonard Lew
INTERMEDIATE MANDARIN CHINESE 11F027 W 3:00-5:00p Nov 2-30 $35 This 8 week class of Intermediate Windows 7 is a sequel to the
Instructor: May Cheung Learning Basic Windows 7 class. This Intermediate Windows 7 class
Continue pronunciation drills with more single and compound words. 11F028 W 3:00-5:00p Dec 7-14 $14
handles some of the most useful, practical and fun components of
Grammar and development of sentences from simple to complex will
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) Windows 7. Step-by-step, you will learn everything you want to know
be introduced. Students must have completed and passed Beginning
Instructor: Barbara Fox
Mandarin Chinese or have instructor’s approval. Minimum of 4 about computer security, creating user accounts, burning CDs and
Conversational English in a non-competitive supportive setting. Basic
students. DVDs, and setting parental controls. You will also learn how to
English grammar principles, reading of news articles and other
11F007 W 10:00-11:00a Oct 5-26 $40 materials applicable to daily life. Instructor is a Master level health care organize your photo collection and how to view your photos with
11F008 W 10:00-11:00a Nov 2-30 $50 professional with experience in teaching basic English reading and Windows Photo Viewer; and learn how to use Windows Media Player
understanding skills. to play music CDs and movies. Students are encouraged to bring their
11F009 W 10:00-11:00a Dec 7-14 $20
11F030 M 11:00a-12:00p Oct 17-31 $5 own laptops and mouse to class. LIMITED TO 10 STUDENTS. $15
COOKING DEMONSTRATION @ ACC GREENHAVEN TERRACE 11F031 M 11:00a-12:00p Nov 7-28 $10 CLASS BOOK FEE (Optional)
1180 Corporate Way, Sacramento CA 95831
Learn the preparation of delicious Asian and other cuisines. Held once 11F032 M 11:00a-12:00p Dec 5-12 $5 11F205 Th 10:45a-12:15p Oct 20-Dec 15 $55
a month from 12:00-1:30p. Includes featured dish, lunch, instructions,
and recipe(s). Requires pre-registration and pre-payment (no later than INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL CAMERAS
Instructor: Glenn Watanabe
one week before class starts) to reserve space and get an accurate
Did you ever want to play the popular ukulele? Now’s your chance! Instructor: Leonard Lew
count of lunch orders. An extra $2 will be charged for late registration
ACC’s Beginning Ukulele Class will teach you the basic chords and Learn about the features and settings of digital cameras before you
on the availability of space. Limited to 40 students.
strumming patterns necessary to play many of your favorite songs in
Iraqi Cooking - as few as one or two classes. So, beg, borrow or buy a ukulele and buy. If you already have a camera, bring your manual, cable, and
11F010 Oct 6 $10 camera to learn how to transfer your photos. Also covers the use of
Dolma come join the fun at ACC’s Beginning Ukulele Class! Class will meet
11F011 Nov 3 Holiday Cooking $10 on eight Tuesdays, 1 to 2:30 p.m., October 4 through November 29, USB memory devices and card readers. Students must have taken
2011, with no class meeting on 11/23 (Thanksgiving week). Limited to Windows I (XP) or have instructor’s approval. Limited to 10 students.
Dec 15 TH ACC Park City 8 students.
11F012 End of Year Potluck 11F210 T/Th 9:00-10:30a Oct 4-13 $25
11F033 T 1:00-2:30p Oct 4-Nov 29 $40
GLOBAL TRAVELOGUE COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY LEARN PHOTO EDITING USING ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS
Presenter: Setsuko Chiba
Space is limited in all Computer Technology classes. Pre-registration Instructor: Leonard Lew
You will be going to Africa this time. First, you will visit Cape Town,
and pre-payment is required in order to reserve space. No refunds are Learn how to eliminate red eyes, crop and remove unwanted objects,
the most beautiful city in African continent. Then, Johannesburg,
issued for missed classes. Make-up classes may be arranged during
Victoria Falls in Zimbabue. You will see a family of elephants crossing adjust colors, etc. Students must have completed Windows XP (Basic)
lab hours based on coach/instructor availability. Students will receive a
Chobe River in Botswana, and other unique animals from safari and Introduction to Digital Cameras or have instructor’s approval.
manual and exercise CD/disk for all computer classes.
pictures. Free of charge. Students must also purchase Adobe Photoshop Elements (approx.
Date Time Topic OPEN HOUSE: LIFELONG LEARNING COMPUTER CLASSES $80). Limited to 6 students.
Oct 26 W 10:30-11:30a Africa ACC will be having an open house where instructors for the Lifelong
Learning Computer Classes will be available to present and answer 11F211 T 9:00-10:30a Oct 18-Dec 6 $55
DRAWING any questions about the class offerings. You may also ask about your
Instructor: Yoshiko Castleberry capabilities and/or specific problems you might have. You can meet FUN WITH DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
This class introduces and uses various mediums and techniques for one-on-one to determine if the class you are thinking about is Instructor: Leonard Lew
drawing; pencils, colored pencils, inks, crayons, charcoals, appropriate for you. You can visit the classroom and even try them out.
Tuesday, September 27; 10:00-11:00a. Learn more in-depth use of editing tools; color and lighting corrections;
watercolors, and more. You use graphite pencils in this class. So you
scratch removal; and preparing images for printing. Students will be
will see how to create your own pictures in black and white. It is very
simple, but you will see our world is composed of complex lights and MOUSE OPERATION asked to bring photos of their own for special projects. Students must
shades. Join us, and let’s work together. Instructor: Bill Fong have completed Digital Photo Editing. Limited to 6 students.
Especially designed for inexperienced students and those who may be
11F013 T 10:00a-12:00p Oct 4-25 $28 fearful of information technology. Learn computers in simple terms 11F212 Th 9:00-10:30a Oct 20-Dec 15 $55
11F014 T 10:00a-12:00p Nov 1-29 $35 covering system components, software and hardware, etc. Students
must have their own computer with Windows XP and an eagerness to WINDOW PHOTO GALLERY
11F015 T 10:00a-12:00p Dec 6-13 $14
learn. Limited to 10 students.
Instructor: Heman Lee
KIMEKOMI DOLL MAKING 11F200 M/W 10:45a-12:15p Oct 3, 5, 10 $10 Windows Photo Gallery is FREE software from Microsoft. You can
Instructor: Masanori (Isako) Wasano import photos from your digital camera, organize them into albums,
Isako graduated from Tokyo Mataro Doll Academy in 1967. Ever since, WINDOWS XP (BASIC)
Instructor: Bill Fong and clean up photos, removing blemishes, red eye, adjust exposure
she has taught the Kimekomi doll making class to numerous men,
women, and children. Students will select their own model and be Learn basic operation and features of Windows XP, including use of and more. Tag and organize photos using face recognition. Create
taught individually by the instructor. Material fees vary by choice of the floppy disk drive, opening programs, etc. Basic word processing stunning panoramas, movies, slide shows, and more. When you’re
dolls. Classes are held every third Saturday of each month. New will be covered. Students must know some basic computer operations: ready to share, publish your photos and videos to your favorite
session starts September 17 through January 21, 2012. $20/single using the mouse, opening programs, etc. Students must have also
taken Introduction to Computers or have instructor’s approval. Touch websites like Facebook and Flickr directly from Photo Gallery.
class (3 hours) or $68/5 classes.
typing ability is helpful. Limited to 10 students. Windows 7 or Vista computer highly recommended.
11F017 Sat 9:00a-12:00p & 1:00-4:00p Sept 2011 - Jan 2012
11F201 M 10:45a-12:15p Oct 17-Dec 5 $55 11F213 W 9:00a-10:30a Oct 19-Dec 7 $55
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INTERNET AND E-MAIL WITH WINDOWS 7 BALLROOM DANCE DANCE FITNESS FOR CHINESE SPEAKERS
Instructor: Heman Lee Instructors: Minh Tehang/Assistant: Eddie and Annie Nakashima Instructor: Le Min
Learning to use the Internet and e-mail with your computer in Windows (Level I) and Frank Fong (Level II) Dancing for exercise and health benefits, increasing your social skills
7. You will learn how to: surf the World Wide Web; search the Internet Learn basic steps and variations of the Fox Trot, Waltz, Rumba, etc. in or just plain fun, Le Min has the dance knowledge and speaks both
effectively to find information; send and receive e-mails using Windows a casual and friendly atmosphere! No experience necessary. Partners Cantonese and Mandarin to help you on your way. Don’t wait! Join the
Live Mail; contact other Internet-users; download free software from preferred but not required. class for only $3/class
the Internet; and protect your computer from intruders such as spyware 11F400 W 6:00-7:30p Oct 5-26 $20 11F426 F 4:00-5:00p Oct 7-28 $12
and viruses. Students are encouraged to bring their own computer 11F427 F 4:00-5:00p Nov 4-18 $9
11F401 W 6:00-7:30p Nov 2-30 $25
laptop and mouse to class with Microsoft Office (2007 or 2010
version) installed. PREREQUSITES: Provide the Instructor with 11F402 W 6:00-7:30p Dec 7-14 $10 11F428 F 4:00-5:00p Dec 2-16 $9
Certificate of Completion on Windows 7 or Basic Computer Skills.
LOW IMPACT AEROBIC BELLY DANCE JAZZ DANCE
Limit to 10 students. $15 CLASS BOOK FEE (Optional)
Instructors: Patrice Jansen Instructor: Chloe Poon
11F220 W 10:45a-12:15p Oct 19-Dec 7 $55 This class is energetic and fun, it is full of rhythm, syncopation, passion
Easy flowing feminine movements and lots of shimmies keep our
bodies flexible and toned. Shaking your hips, shoulders and hands and personality. The routine will include stretching, cardiovascular
MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 AND 2007 warm up, and basic combinations of dance moves along eith basic
releases tension and quickly improves circulation. You will love the
WORD/EXCEL/POWERPOINT body isolations and coordination exercises using upbeat and popular
music and the drum rhythms will energize you to move and have fun!
Instructor: Donna Tanaka music that will energize and move you.
Learn how to work with the most essential features in Word, Excel and T 1:00-2:00p Oct 4-25 $16
11F403 11F450 F 5:30-6:30p Oct 7-28 $16
PowerPoint. Create professional looking documents in Word by using TH 5:15-6:15p Oct 6-27 $16
T 1:00-2:00p Nov 1-29 $20 11F451 F 5:30-6:30p Nov 4-18 $12
Quick Styles and document themes. Use Artistic Effects to apply
special effects to images in your documents. Choose from different TH 5:15-6:15p Nov 3-17 $12 11F452 F 5:30-6:30p Dec 2-16 $12
templates to create your own cards or booklets. In Excel you will learn T 1:00-2:00p Dec 6-13 $8
how to keep track of your finances by creating a budget spreadsheet.
TH 5:15-6:15p Dec 1-15 $12 HEALTH & FITNESS
Learn to use formulas to calculate and analyze data. Also learn to use Health & Fitness classes listed below are on a drop-in basis, except
Excel maintain lists of your hobby collections. In PowerPoint you will LATIN DANCE MOVEMENT where noted. Drop-in is $4/1 hr class and $5/1.5 hrs. Fees payable on
learn how to create a slideshow using pictures from a recent vacation. Instructor: Patrice Jansen the day of the class. Fees listed below are per month.
Liven up your presentations by adding text, illustrations, audio clips, This is a fun class for anyone who likes Latin music and wants to learn
video clips and voice messages to your slides. Share your presentation YOGA 101
Latin dance moves without a partner. We will learn simple dance
Instructor: Kerry Kashiwagi
with family or friends by sending it in an e-mail, burning it to a CD, or steps to get in shape using moves from salsa, cha cha, and samba. Learn the fundamentals of yoga poses to increase flexibility, balance,
copying it to a USB stick. Students are encouraged to bring their Every ten minutes of cardio will be followed by 5 minutes of stretching and endurance. Yoga mat is required. A large towel is also
own computer laptop and mouse to class with Microsoft Office and relaxing. recommended.
(2007 or 2010 version) installed. PREREQUSITES: Provide the 11F406 T 2:00-3:00p Oct 4-25 $16 11F600 M 6:00-7:00p Oct 3-31 $20
Instructor with Certificate of Completion on Windows 7 or
11F407 T 2:00-3:00p Nov 1-29 $20 11F601 M 6:00-7:00p Nov 7-28 $16
Introduction To Computer. Limit to 10 students. $16 CLASS
BOOK FEE (Optional) 11F408 T 2:00-3:00p Dec 6-13 $8 11F602 M 6:00-7:00p Dec 5-12 $8
11F221 Th 1:00-3:00p Oct 5-Nov 30 $55
HULA DANCE (BEGINNER) BODHISATTVA YOGA
Instructor: Francine Kehaula’i Hutcheon Instructor: Joaquin Ngarangad
SKYPE CLASS Learn basic hula steps and dance to choreographed music. Have fun Calm the mind, enhance concentration, improve flexibility, and cope
Instructor: Leonard Lew learning about the Polynesian culture while you dance! Get a CD of with life’s stresses. Bring your own mat, block, strap, etc. Pre-
Use your computer to make free calls to other computers. Skype is a music used in class (small fee; optional). registration and pre-payment secures your space. Drop-ins are
free software that will allow your computer to call telephones and other welcome if space is available and/or with instructor’s approval.
computers. Calls made to other computers with Skype are free and 11F410 F 9:00-10:00a Oct 7-28 $16 Morning classes are held at ACC Greenhaven Terrace. Evening
can be voice only or voice and video. Calls to telephones cost about 11F411 F 9:00-10:00a Nov 4-18 $12 classes are held at ACC Park City. Limited to 12 students.
2.5 cents a minute. This class will include how to download and install 11F412 F 9:00-10:00a Dec 2-16 $12 October Classes
Skype on your computer. You will learn what the computer and M 10:00-11:30a Oct 3-31 $25
equipment requirements are to use Skype. To successfully run Skype, 11F603
HULA DANCE FOR MEN (BEGINNER) F 10:00-11:30a Oct 7-28 $20
a computer must have speakers and a microphone, either built-in or Instructor: Francine Kehaula’i Hutcheon 11F604 T 6:00-7:30 evening Oct 4-25 $20
connected. Video calls require a webcam. The class will cover how to Learn basic hula steps and dance to choreographed music. Have fun
make and receive calls, as well as how to create a contact list. November Classes
learning about the Polynesian culture while you dance! Get a CD of
Conference calls for up to 25 participants can also be made with music used in class (small fee; optional). M 10:00-11:30a Nov 7-28 $20
Skype. Limited to 8 students. F 10:00-11:30a Nov 4-18 (no 11) $10
11F413 F 10:15-10:45a Oct 7-28 $12
11F222 T/Th 10:45a-12:15p Oct 11 & 13 $15 11F606 T 6:00-7:30 evening Nov 1-29 $25
11F414 F 10:15-10:45a Nov 4-18 $9
EXCEL (BASIC) 11F415 F 10:15-10:45a Dec 2-16 $9
M 10:00-11:30a Dec 5-12 $10
Instructor: Bill Fong 11F607
HULA DANCE (ADVANCED) F 10:00-11:30a Dec 2-16 $15
Learn the basics of Excel. Learn how to identify the components of a
Instructor: Francine Kehaula’i Hutcheon 11F608 T 6:00-7:30 evening Dec 6-13 $10
worksheet/workbook and inserting, editing, and formatting data. Learn
Learn more hula steps and integrate learned skills in beautifully
how to use simple Excel formulas and calculations. Students must be
choreographed pieces. Gain appreciation of the Polynesian culture YOGA + PILATES
proficient in Windows I (XP) or have instructor’s approval.
and each other. A great class to meet friends and socialize! Receive a Instructor: Joanne Chew
11F223 M 1:00-2:30p Oct 17 - Dec 5 $55 CD of music used in class (small fee; optional). Stretch, relax, improve balance, flexibility, and strength. Incorporates
pilates moves to strengthen and flatten the abs and improve muscle
COMPUTER ONE-TO-ONE LESSON ON MAC tone. Pre-registration and pre-payment secures your space. Drop-ins
Instructor: Setsuko Chiba M 9:00-10:30a Oct 3-31 $25 welcome if space is available and/or with instructor’s approval.
Learner’s choice in any topics, such as e-mailing in Japanese or 11F416 Th 9:00-10:30a Oct 6-27 $20 Limited to 12 students.
English, iMovie making in Japanese or English, etc. Participants must F 11:00a-12:30p Oct 7-28 $20
11F609 W 10:00-11:00a Oct 5-26 $16
bring their own laptop to instructor’s home. Instructor may go to November Classes
11F610 W 10:00-11:00a Nov 2-30 (no 23) $16
participant’s house depending the location and an additional 50¢/mile M 9:00-10:30a Nov 7-28 $20
will be charged. Meeting dates and time are by appointment only. 11F417 Th 9:00-10:30a Nov 3-17 $15 11F611 W 10:00-11:00a Dec 7-14 $8
11F240 Oct $15/hour F 11:00a-12:30p Nov 4-18 $15
11F241 Nov $15/hour December Classes Instructor: Joaquin Ngarangad
11F242 Dec $15/hour M 9:00-10:30a Dec 5-12 $10 mprove your muscular endurance and overall strength. The water
11F418 Th 9:00-10:30a Dec 1-8 $10 provides buoyancy and therefore less stress on your bones, joints and
F 11:00a-12:30p Dec 2-16 $15 muscles. These exercises incorporate a variety of rhythmic body
movements and dance steps along with toning and stretching
If you are having problems making your computer do what you want it
LINE DANCE (BEGINNER) segments for a fun and complete workout. Held at ACC Greenhaven
to do, try one-on-one tutoring. Work with an instructor to help you learn
Instructor: Vickie Camblin Terrace.
how to solve your problem using your computer or your software.
Learn the basic steps used in line dancing. Simple dances will be 11U615 T & Th 10:00-11:00a Sept 1-8 $12
Meeting dates an times are by appointment only. $20 per first 1 ½
learned. No experience necessary. Held at ACC Greenhaven Terrace
hour; $5 per each additional ½ hour.
(1180 Corporate Way, Sacramento). FITNESS FOR LIFE
11F243 Oct Fee varies 11F420 M 12:00-1:00p Oct 3-31 $20 Instructor: Joaquin Ngarangad
11F244 Nov Fee varies 11F421 M 12:00-1:00p Nov 7-28 $16 Fun, low-impact dance routines combined with yoga and tai chi
11F245 Dec Fee varies movements. Highlights balance, flexibility, and weight training. Pre-
11F422 M 12:00-1:00p Dec 5-19 $12 registration and pre-payment is required to reserve space in the class.
DANCE LINE DANCE (INTERMEDIATE)
Drop-ins welcome if space is available and/or with instructor’s
approval. Limited space; class fills up fast. Held at ACC Greenhaven
Dance classes listed below are on a drop-in basis, except where Instructor: Vickie Camblin Terrace.
noted. Drop-in is $4/1 hr class and $5/1.5 hrs. Fees payable on the Dance to a variety of beats: Waltz, Cha-Cha, Western, Ballroom, etc. A
day of the class. Fees listed below are per month. October Classes
fun class with great people and excellent music! Held at ACC
Greenhaven Terrace (1180 Corporate Way, Sacramento). M 8:30-9:30a Oct 3-31 $20
11F620 W 8:30-9:30p Oct 5-26 $16
October Classes F 8:30-9:30p Oct 7-28 $16
M 1:00-2:30p Oct 3-31 $25 November Classes
W 12:00-1:30p Oct 5-26 $20
M 8:30-9:30a Nov 7-28 $16
November Classes 11F621 W 8:30-9:30p Nov 2-30 (no 23) $16
M 1:00-2:30p Nov 7-28 $20 F 8:30-9:30p Nov 4-18 (no 11) $8
W 12:00-1:30p Nov 2-30 (no 23) $20 December Classes
December Classes M 8:30-9:30a Dec 5-12 $8
M 1:00-2:30p Dec 5-19 $15 11F622 W 8:30-9:30p Dec 7-14 $8
W 12:00-1:30p Dec 7-21 $15 F 8:30-9:30p Dec 2-16 $12
FALL 2011 ACC NEWS 9
ZUMBA FITNESS concepts taught in class, the class is closed to new participants HEALTHY TEAS
Instructor: Pamela Wong after the second class. Instructor: Jan Polin, Certified Academy of Medical Qi Gong Instructor
The Zumba fuses Latin dance rhythms, international steps and easy- An introduction to incorporating healthy, and good tasting, tea into your
to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will Beginner Class busy life. Come with a friend to drink tea and learn about the healing
make you to love to work out and get hooked. The routines feature 11F656 M & W 11:00a-12:00p Oct 3-26 $40 properties of White, Green, Oolong teas and their herbal blends which
interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance Oct 31-Nov 28 enhance weight loss, help digestion, support heart & immune system,
training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. 11F657 M & W 11:00a-12:00p $40 balance blood pressure & sugar. Handouts allow you to enjoy tea
M 5:30-6:30p Oct 3-31 $25 instead of taking notes.
11F623 Intermediate Class
W 7:30-8:30p Oct 5-26 $20 11F7010 W 1:30-3:00p Dec 14 $15/$18 at door
11F658 M & W 12:15-1:15p Nov 14-Dec 7 $40
M 5:30-6:30p Nov 7-28 $20
11F624 ACC SOCIAL CLUBS
W 7:30-8:30p Nov 2-30 (no 23) $20 WELLNESS WORKSHOPS ARTS & CRAFTS CLUB
M 5:30-6:30p Dec 5-12 $10 FOOD AND HERBS FOR SENIOR Club Leader: Helen Okamoto
W 7:30-8:30p Dec 7-14 $10 Instructor: Mamie Woo This club facilitates creativity in an informal, friendly, small group
What are the right diet elements for a good health to seniors? The setting. Participants share ideas and tips on a variety of arts and crafts
MOVEMENT THROUGH MUSIC instructor will prepare some dishes and drinks you can taste and take projects. Bring your unfinished project or learn something new! Some
Instructor: Patricia Ehnisz, Dance/Movement Therapist recipes home. Learn to identify the herbs from samples and take some donated materials are included. Tuesdays, 1:00-3:30p Free of
Our bodies are meant to move! A wide assortment of music energizes home with you, too. Charge.
and brings joy to the moving experience. Beginning on chairs, we
stretch and deepen the breath, gathering momentum until we are using 11F701 W 10:00-11:30a Sept 28 $16/$19 at door
the whole floor and space to bring about balance between the Physical DO YOU HAVE COLD AND NUMB HANDS / FEET? Club Leader: Lilly Lee
and Mental. $28-$32 monthly pre-payment required. No refund or Instructor: Mamie Woo Gathers individuals with interests in learning, playing, and teaching
credit on missed classes. Lots people have cold hands and feet even in the hot summer days. others this game from China. Everyone is welcome! Club will be held
ACC Greenhaven Terrace The numbness in fingers and toes can sometime loss the sensation on Fridays, 1:00-4:00p. Free of charge.
11F626 W 10:00-11:00a Oct 5-26 $28-$32 and has difficulty in picking up small object. There are many reasons ACC CROCHET CLUB
make you so uncomfortable. Come and learn how to improve them. Instructor: Nancy Wai-Watanabe
11F627 W 10:00-11:00a Nov 2-30 (no 23) $28-$32
11F702 W 10:00-11:30a Oct 12 $16/$19 at door The ACC Crochet Club offers a place for you to relax and meet new
11F628 W 10:00-11:00a Dec 7-28 $28-$32 friends. During these meetings, you will meet interesting people,
THREE KEYS TO OPTIMUM HEALTH practice crocheting, learn from each other, and work on different
TAI CHI: MOVING FOR BETTER BALANCE Instructor: Mamie Woo projects. Free of charge.
Instructor: George Hom The three keys to your optimum health are maintaining sufficient blood, Group I: 1st & 3rd Fridays of each month from 1:00-3:00p at ACC
This is a Simplified 8 forms derived from the traditional Yang style 24- energy and body fluid. Sometimes, you do not feel well - fatigue, Park City.
forms. The program is designed for older adults and can be adaptable shortness of breath, persistent pain in some part of your body, Group II: 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month from 1:00-3:00p at
and modifiable (in seated position) to accommodate individuals with insomnia, etc. which may be due to the low level of above key ACC Greenhaven Terrace.
varied physical conditions. Studies have shown various benefits components. In this class, you will learn how to achieve the optimum
including: improved physical health and mental well-being; improved level by identify and incorporate the herbs in your diet. You will also ACC KNITTING/CROCHET CLUB
balance and daily physical functioning; reduced risks of falling and fall- sample some drink/soup prepared with these herbs. Instructor: Gloria Louie
related injuries; improved overall health and quality of life. Join the fun and learn some new stitches. The club meets on the 2nd
11F703 W 10:00-11:30a Oct 26 $16/$19 at door
11F630 Th 1:00-2:00p Oct 6-27 $16 & 4th Fridays of each month from 1-3p at ACC Park City. Free of
QI GONG MOVEMENT & MEDITATION charge.
11F631 Th 1:00-2:00p Nov 3-17 $12
Instructor: Jan Polin, Certified Academy of Medical Qi Gong Instructor
11F632 Th 1:00-2:00p Dec 1-8 $8 For thousands of years Qi Gong movements (tai chi is one form) have CHINESE SINGING CLUB
been used to help keep people healthy, and when combined with Instructor: Lei Min
EASY TAI CHI breathing exercise & meditation these movements are even more Lei Min will lead a club for people with interest in learning Chinese folk
Instructor: George Hom effective in creating a sound body and calm mind. The instructor will and popular songs both in Cantonese and Mandarin. Fridays, 2:30-
Learn 24-form Yang Style Tai Chi in a slower pace. Experience the teach both sitting and standing healing movements which can be 4:00p. Free of charge.
gentle flowing of Tai Chi and treat your whole body to a gentle and easily incorporated in your life to enhance health. You will also learn ACC ACOUSTIC GUITAR CLUB
relaxing workout. Held at ACC Greenhaven Terrace. simple meditation and breathing exercises to help lower blood Instructor: Glenn Watanabe
11F633 T 9:30-10:30a Oct 4-25 $16 pressure, increase blood oxygen, and strengthen the immune system. ACC Park City is hosting an Acoustic Guitar Club to determine interest
11F634 T 9:30-10:30a Nov 1-29 $20 11F704 W 1:30-3:00p Oct 26 $15/$18 at door in such a fellowship. Acoustic guitar players could meet like-minded
musicians, jam, demonstrate and share playing styles and techniques
11F635 T 9:30-10:30a Dec 6-27 $16 WHAT CAUSE YOUR ARM AND LEG SO PAINFUL? and practice performing before their peers. This is not intended to be
Instructor: Mamie Woo an instructional class. Participants should already know how to play
TAI CHI/QI GONG You are tired of taking pain pills. You know taking too much medicine one or more acoustic guitar styles such as folk, blues/jazz, chord
Instructor: Lu Ming Mei (Tuesdays) at ACC Park City, David Tam may have side effect which in turn may cause another discomfort. In melodies, etc. Virtuosity is not a prerequisite. Club meets on the first
(Thursdays) at ACC Greenhaven Terrace Chinese medicine, most pain is caused by imbalance of internal and third Wednesday of each month from 6:30 to 8:30pm at ACC
Teaches the simplified 24-forms of Tai Chi, plus Qi Gong exercises, a energy. Learn the alternative way to address the problems. Park City location.
healing art combining movement, meditation, and visualization. Ideal
11F705 W 10:00-11:30a Nov 9 $16/$19 at door
for students new to Tai Chi. Tuesdays classes are held at ACC Park ACC BRIDGE CLUB
City. Thursday classes are held at ACC Greenhaven Terrace. TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH Instructor: Bill Grant
October Classes IPresenter: MyKim Tran, certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant The club is for beginners and review players. You will get a handle on
and Health and Happyness writer on Exeraminer.com the beginning concepts of bridge. Play as you learn. Pre-registration
11F636 T 8:30-9:30a Oct 4-25 $16
For nutrition, discover the essential tools to a healthy diet, techniques required. A $25 per year club membership fee is due on the first
11F637 Th 9:00-10:00a Oct 6-27 $16 to avoid craving and temptation, and how to get all recommended food meeting - October 4, 2011.
November Classes groups into your diet. For exercise, learn correct techniques to lose Group I: Tuesdays, 3:00-5:00p.
weight, build fitness level, and motivational tips to stay active daily. For Group II: Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30p.
11F638 T 8:30-9:30a Nov 1-29 $20
sleep, discover physical, mental, and spiritual tips to develop a healthy
11F639 Th 9:00-10:00a Nov 3-17 $12 sleeping habit. You will come out with a booklet with all the information ESPECIALLY FOR CAREGIVERS
December Classes presented in the workshop with additional fun and simple facts to keep DROP-IN RESPITE
your life healthy and happy. Provides up to 5 hours of respite or “break” to family members who
11W640 T 8:30-9:30a Dec 6-13 $8 care for loved ones with functional or cognitive disabilities. Participants
11F706 W 3:00-5:00p Nov 9 $15/$18 at door
11W641 Th 9:00-10:00a Dec 1-29 $20 enjoy physical, recreational, and social activities. Wednesdays &
SELF-ACCUPRESSURE & REFLEXOLOGY Fridays, 9:00a-2:00p. For inquiries, call Judy Fong Heary at (916)
TAI CHI GONG Instructor: Jan Polin, Certified Academy of Medical Qi Gong Instructor 393-9026 ext. 323.
Instructor: Janny Wu Self Acupressure points are the same body points used in
These exercises use the principle of chi flowing properly throughout acupuncture, but self-acupressure is a preventive modality used in an FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
the body to maintain the equilibrium of yin and yang. Regular practice attempt to avoid conditions that may require more serious medical Facilitators: Alzheimer’s Association Staff and Volunteers
of these forms will develop better balance and flexibility, gain strength, interventions. During this class, you will be given a personal Provides assistance to families and individuals living with Alzheimer’s
promote deep relaxation, and improve health. Beginning Tai Chi Gong acupressure chart designed for you to learn the five or six simple Disease or a related dementia. Learn how to live and cope with
class is also learning 24 Yang Style Tai Chi. Intermediate Tai Chi meridian points which can be used to help you stay healthy. The memory loss; meet with other in similar situations; work with
Gong class starts learning Yang style Tai Chi Fan which is practiced in instructor will provide a summary of Self-Acupressure points and some compassionate facilitators. For more information, please contact the
its health and exercise form. simple techniques to stimulate pressure points to unblock the flow of Alzheimer’s Association at (916) 930-9080. Meets the 3rd Saturday
Beginning Tai Chi Gong Classes energy to your body and awaken body and soul. of each month (Oct 15, Nov 19, Dec 17), 10:00-11:30a. Free of
11F707 W 1:30-3:00p Nov 16 $15/$18 at door charge.
11F650 T & W 4:00-5:00p Oct 4-26 $32
11F651 T & W 4:00-5:00p Nov 1-30 (no 23) $36 TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR MENTAL HEALTH CAREGIVER SUPPORT MEETING SPONSORED BY TRIPLE R
11F652 T & W 4:00-5:00p Dec 6-14 $16 Instructor: JMyKim Tran, certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant ADULT DAY CARE PROGRAM
and Healt hand Happyness writer on Exeraminer.com Facilitator: Misa Takagi
Intermediate Tai Chi Gong Classes Mental health is all about keeping your mind young and active so you A chance to get together and talk about pressing issues and concerns
11F653 T & Th 11:00a-12:00p Oct 4-27 $32 can do the things you want to do in life. Come discover effective in aging, as well as share experiences. Learn from the experts in the
techniques to control anger, frustration, conflict and stress. You will field. Light refreshments will be served. Oct 20, Nov 17, and Dec 15
11F654 T & Th 11:00a-12:00p Nov 1-29 (no 24) $32
learn activities on how to keep the mind young and active. Simple and from 3:30-5p. Free of charge.
11F655 T & Th 11:00a-12:00p Dec 1-13 $16 practical techniques to enjoy life are also provided. And most
importantly, come learn why it is never too late to do the things you PARKINSON’S ASSOCIATION SUPPORT GROUP
BALANCE AND MOBILITY TRAINING love to do and how to accomplish them. You will come out with a Facilitator: Casey Jones
Instructor: Kelly Ward, The Fall Prevention Lady booklet with all the information presented in the workshop with Provides resources, counseling, and support to family caregivers of
This class is ideal for older adults, whom are physically de-conditioned additional fun and simple tools to keep your life healthy and happy. individuals with Parkinson’s. Oct 13, Nov 10, Dec 8 from 1-2:30p.
due to lack of consistent physical activity, had a recent fall or an Free of charge.
11F708 W 3:00-5:00p Nov 16 $15/$18 at door
illness. With the consent of physician, adults who were released from
physical therapy and did not continue an exercise program will benefit WHAT HERB / FOOD COULD HELP THE PAIN IN ARMS AND TRIPLE R ADULT DAY PROGRAM
from class participation. Older adults that do not or have not attended LEGS? Provides a full day of social and recreational activities to older adults
exercise class can feel comfortable learning these exercises while Instructor: Mamie Woo with physical and cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s,
increasing endurance levels. This class is also appropriate to the In Chinese medicine, we believe “the wetness, coldness, fire, and Parkinson’s, and dementia. Provided by the City of Sacramento. Held
caregiver who accompanies the adult participant. Class instruction will wind” are trapped in the body causing pain in different part of the body. every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 7:00a-6:00p. For inquiries
concentrate on proper form, flexibility training, strength training, Learn the pain conditions can be helped by some common foods and about the program and fee information, please call Misa Takagi at
endurance training and evidence-based Fall Proof balance and herbs. (916) 433-4003.
mobility training techniques. Max: 15 participants. Pre-registration
and Pre-payment required. Due to progressive challenges and 11F709 W 10:00-11:30a Nov 23 $16/$19 at door Continued on next page
10 ACC NEWS FALL 2011
HOW TO LIVE A BRAIN HEALTHY LIFESTYLE A VISIT TO LOCAL NURSERY AND ORCHARD
SPECIAL EVENTS Presenter: Bridge to Healthy Families Staff High Hand Nursery located at Loomis offers a unique experience in
HEALTHY LIVING – LIVE A BETTER LIFE BY MANAGING The health of the brain plays a critical role in almost everything you do: many areas. You can tour their beautiful greenhouse, the home of
CHRONIC DISEASES thinking, feeling, remembering, working and playing - even sleeping. High Hand grown plants. Unwind in a world of unusual plants, pottery
Co- Instructors: Kay First & MyKim Tran The good news is that we now know there’s a lot you can do to help and inspiring garden art. Relax next to the koi ponds and wander
This six session series of workshops is developed by the Stanford keep your brain healthier as you age which may reduce your risk of through uniquely landscaped venues. You may also want to visit the
University Patient Education Research Center and Kaiser Permanente. Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. This program offers tips for Art Gallery, along with the Blacksmith Shop, presenting inspired
It is for people with chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood what you can do to keep your brain healthy and active. Pre- sculpture, ceramics, paintings, textiles, art glass, jewelry and mixed
pressure, high cholesterol, etc. Learn strategies to take control of your registration required. Thursday, October 27, 2:30-3:30p. Free of media.
chronic conditions, lower your stress levels, and communicate better Charge. Otow Orchard spans about 40 acres in Granite Bay and has become
with your doctor. These workshops are also for caregivers. Pre- surrounded by urban growth. The family grows a diverse assortment of
registration required. Thursdays, September 15 -October 20, 1- EFFECTIVELY MANAGE YOUR ASSETS fruits and vegetables on their land. In Early November, Maru
Presenter: Jennifer Corona, Senior Financial Consultant Persimmons (chocolate), Hachiya Persimmons (soft), Vodka
3:30pm. Free of Charge.
You will learn to asses your current investment strategies, how to work Persimmons (treated), Fuyu Persimmons (apple), Late Asian Pears
with your advisor to create and execute strategies that will meet your and Pomegranates are available for your enjoyment. You may also be
RETIREMENT INCOME PLANNING STRATEGIES
long term financial goals. Pre-registration required. Tuesday, able to watch the process of making Hoshigaki: The Art of Japanese
Presenter: Jennifer Corona, Senior Financial Consultant
November 1, 10:00 – 11:00am. Free of Charge. Hand-dried Persimmons.
You will learn ways on how to create retirement income that can
We will be traveling to both places in a 7, 12 and/or 15 passenger van
provide you life time income security. Pre-registration required. depending on the number of participants. Deadline to register is
HOW TO BALANCE YOUR WORK AND PARENTS CARE
Tuesday, October 4, 10:00 – 11:00am. Free of Charge. October 17; 2011. Please arrive at ACC Park City by 8:00am.
Presenter: Blair Golart, Home Instead Senior Care Business
Development Director 11F801 W 8:15a-4:00p Nov 2 TBA
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT IN-HOME CAREGIVERS
In this workshop, we talk about how to balance work and in-home care.
Presenter: Pam Patterson, Client Relations Director, Geriatric Home
This workshop is designed for anyone who is caring for an elderly
Care Specialists person; be it a parent, other relative or friend. The information in this
The workshop will discuss the In-home care industry, Important workshop will give you some tools to use in caregiving, at work, and for AARP Mature Driving Class
questions to ask before having a caregiver in your home, The purpose yourself in order to help you find balance in your life. Pre-registration
of the assessment, Reasons people need home care, Benefits of required. Tuesday, November 8, 1:00-2:00p. Free of Charge. Instructor: Jessie Lee
home care. Questions & Answers will follow. Pre-registration
required. Wednesday, October 5, 1:00-2:00p. Free of Charge. NATIONAL DO NOT CALL REGISTRY
This 8 hour course is open to anyone
Presenter: Susan Sarinas who has either attended the class before
CARING FOR YOUR PARENTS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT Are you constantly bothered by calls from telemarketers? Join us for a
Presenter: Blair Golart, Home Instead Senior Care Business
or by the first time.
FREE workshop to learn about the National Do Not Call Registry and
Development Director the related rules that may reduce the number of telemarketing calls
In this workshop, we inform anyone who is caring for an elderly person; you receive. Find out how to register and how to file a complaint, if You will be given a workbook, a current copy
be it a parent, other relative or friend. Attendees will learn how to necessary. Are you already registered, but still getting calls? You will of the DMV Booklet and be awarded a
recognize symptoms of cognitive problems, learn what might be also learn why you may still get some calls and what organizations are
causing them, and methods for how to cope with a loved one who is not covered by the Registry. In addition, you will find out why you
certificate of completion at the end of the
suffering with these problems. Pre-registration required. Tuesday, should never say “Yes” to telemarketers. Pre-registration required. course. This certificate is sent to AARP and is
October 11, 1:00-2:00p. Free of Charge. Wednesday, November 9, 2:00-3:00p. Free of Charge.
good for your automible insurance
LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE PROTECTION PLANNING – LIFE INSURANCE BASICS discount for three (3) years.
Presenter: Derek Seo, CFP® - Certified Financial Planner® practitioner Presenter: Derek Seo, CFP® - Certified Financial Planner®
“My kids will take care of me when I’m old,” is what many people think, practitioner Fee: $12 for AARP member | $14 for non members
but are you sure this plan is the best for all? Even if you already have a While in most cases we cannot anticipate unfortunate life events such Where: ACC Park City
long term care policy or if you have been wondering if LTC is as an illness or injury that keeps you off the job without regular income 7375 Park City Drive • Sacramento, CA 95831
something you should consider, this discussion will help. We will talk or the family’s primary breadwinner passes away, there are steps we When: Oct 7 and 14, 2011
about whether your existing coverage is sufficient, trends in costs, can take to prepare. We’ll discuss types of insurance like disability,
Time: 12:00 noon - 4:00p
types of coverage, strategies to pay for premiums, and the best time to whole life, term life and universal life. Pre-registration required.
apply. Pre-registration required. Thursday, October 13, 10:00 – Thursday, November 10, 10:00 to 11:30am. Free of Charge. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required! Checks
11:30am. Free of Charge. should be dated for the current session and made out to
DO-IT-YOURSELF HOME ENERGY ASSESSMENTS AARP. Space is limited to the first 25 applicants.
MEDICARE 101 Presenter: Tisha Arzaluz
Learn how to use the energy in your home more efficiently. Energy-
For more information, please contact
Presenters: Raul Baeza & Roy Chao Virginia Campbell-Wieneke,
This presentation will assist seniors “new to Medicare” with knowledge efficient improvements not only make your home more comfortable,
they can yield long-term financial rewards. In this workshop you will Transportation Manager, at (916) 393-9026 ext. 342.
they will utilize as they compare plans and ultimately make their final
learn how to identify which parts of your house use the most energy
choice. Current Medicare recipients can benefit from valuable
and how to cut your energy costs. You will also be introduced to the
information they will be able to use for changing the plan during the
2011 Open Enrollment period (from October 15 to December 7, 2011).
“CHANGES” (Community Help and Awareness with Natural Gas and SOUTHSIDE PARK CLASS SCHEDULE
Electric Services) pilot program. This program can help you William Land Elementary
Pre-registration required. Session held at ACC Greenhaven
understand your natural gas bill or resolve a problem with your natural
Terrace, 1180 Corporate Way, Sacramento. Thursday, October 13,
gas company as well as help you manage energy costs through
2120 12th Street • Sacramento, CA 95818
1:00-2:00p in English with Chinese translation if needed. Free of
discount programs that can save you up to 20% on your PG&E bill .
Charge. Pre-registration required. Tuesday, November 15, 1:00-2:00p.
Free of Charge.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, & WEDNESDAY:
TEN TIPS FOR BUYING CELL PHONE SERVICE Adult ESL 9:45-10:15a
Presenter: Susan Sarinas UNDERSTANDING TAX SAVING STRATEGIES Class Fee: $30 per
If you are thinking about buying a cell phone or changing your cell Presenter: Jennifer Corona, Senior Financial Consultant
phone service provider, this class is for you! Join us for a FREE You will learn ways to minimize or reduce taxes on interest, dividend
workshop to learn what questions to ask when choosing a service, income and capital gain taxes. You will also learn how to effectively Contact Information:
what you should know before you sign a contract, and how to cut your minimize or eliminate estate taxes for you and your heir. Pre- Anna Su: (916) 393-9026 ext. 330
cell phone costs. Find out what phones and plans are recommended registration required. Tuesday, December 6, 10:00 – 11:00am. or email@example.com
by Consumers Reports. Also, learn about telephone fraud and what Free of Charge. Funded in part by Asian Paciﬁc Rim Foundation
you can do to avoid it. Pre-registration required. Thursday, October
13, 3:00-4:00p. Free of Charge. ESTATE PLANNING 101 – LEAVING YOUR LEGACY
Registration and Payment Policies
Presenter: Derek Seo, CFP® - Certified Financial Planner®
PG&E BILL REVIEW CLINIC practitioner ACC reserves the right to cancel, add or change any
Presenter: Tisha Arzaluz A well thought-out estate plan is one of the best gifts you can give your class contingent upon registration. A full refund will be
This free service is offered as part of the “CHANGES” (Community family. Learn what you can do to dis-inherit the IRS and ensure your issued or can be requested.
Help and Awareness with Natural Gas and Electric Services) program, legacy is passed to your beneficiaries in the way you intend. Pre- Registration and payment requirements for each class
sponsored by the CPUC. Bring a recent PG&E bill for a quick review registration required. Thursday, December 8, 10:00 – 11:30am. vary. Please read each class description carefully for
to see if there are ways we can save you money. Pre-registration Free of Charge. details of individual class requirements.
required. Tuesday, October 18, 1:00-3:00p. Free of Charge. Credits will be issued for canceled classes due to
LONG DISTANCE CAREGIVING instructor absence, emergencies, etc.
HOSPICE CARE: HELPING PEOPLE TO LIVE WELL AS THEY Presenter: Blair Golart, Home Instead Senior Care Business
All Arts & Culture and Computer Technology classes
COMPLETE THEIR LIFE Development Director
require pre-registration and prepayment to reserve
Presenter: Cori Deck, Community Liaison for VITAS Innovative This workshop will introduce a number of strategies and ideas to space in class, unless noted. Students are registered
Hospice support the long distance caregiving process. We will help you to on a "first sign-up, first served" basis. Students will be
During this educational presentation learn about your choices and determine if your senior loved ones are exhibiting signs that they need notified if they are on a waiting list. No credits/refunds
available care for terminally ill patients. Hospice programs provide care or just a little assistance. Pre-registration required. Tuesday, will be issued for student absences.
support for the terminally ill, their loved ones and caregivers. Join us December 13, 1:00-2:00p. Free of Charge.
All classes listed under Dance and Health & Fitness
in an easy listening environment to learn what benefits are available to FIELD TRIPS are on a drop-in basis, except where noted. Priced at
you and yours. Learn about what choices you have and how to voice $4/1 hour and $5/1.5 hour class payable on the day of
the type of care you request for self and loved ones when life is THE DE YOUNG MUSEUM – PICASSO: MASTERPIECES FROM the class.
ending. Pre-registration required. Tuesday, October 25, 10:00a – THE MUSEE NATIONAL PICASSO, PARIS
First time students in classes listed under certain Dance
San Francisco, CA
11:30a. Free of Charge. or Health and Fitness get 1 class Free of charge as a
The de Young hosts an extraordinary exhibition of more than 100
trial (with approval from ACC/instructor). Fees will be
masterpieces by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) from the assessed and collected from students who wish to
5 WISHES: CALIFORNIA’S ADVANCED MEDICAL DIRECTIVES
permanent collection of Paris’s world-renowned Musée National continue with the class.
Presenter: Cori Deck, Community Liaison for VITAS Innovative
Picasso. The once-in-a-lifetime exhibition, made possible only because
Hospice All class/program participants must have an updated
of the temporary closure of the Musée Picasso until 2012 for extensive
An educational workshop that discusses your rights and medical liability release and emergency information form in file.
renovations, comprises paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints
decisions .California and federal law give every competent adult, 18 If you have not done so, please call Anna Su at (916)
drawn from every phase of the artist’s career. 393-9026 ext. 330.
years and older, the right to make their own health care decisions, We will be traveling to San Francisco in a charter bus or 7, 12 and/or
including the right to decide what medical care or treatment to accept, 15 passenger vans depending on the number of participants. Deadline VOLUNTEER INSTRUCTORS NEEDED. Volunteers
reject, or discontinue. Learn about a free legal document which gives to register is September 16; 2011. Please arrive at ACC Park City by may take most classes. Free of charge on the same
your medical decisions a voice when you may not have the ability to 8:00am. month you are teaching (subject to space availability).
express them. Pre-registration required. Thursday, October 27,
11F800 T 8:15a-6:15p Oct 4 TBA Call Lucy Chao at (916) 393-9026 ext. 322 for details.
10:00 – 11:00a. Free of Charge.
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Peter Kato Amy Kanemoto Franklin Dong Raymond and Marilyn Louie
Mas and Shizuko Kawasaki Jane Katayama-Wong Community Health Charities Marjorie Dong Gordon, Elaine & Mari Low
Kenneth Kishida Judi Keen Eugene & Linda Moriguchi Lily Yee Jow Emmie Makishima
Paul C. and Anita S. Kwong Lucile S. Kramer Lilly O. Lee Akito and Emi Masaki
Tokuo Masuda Thomas and Alice Kunibe IBM Corporation Fan and Viola Yee Jean Matsuura
Dale Minami and Sandra Mori Jeff and Evelyn Lee Robert and Roselyn Yee Bill and Joan Meredith
Frances Nakahara Wallace and Georgiana Lee Kaiser Permanente - Community Masanobu and Faye Miyagi
John and Beverly Nakamura Simon S. M. Lee Giving Campaign Momoye Alice Enkoji Edwin and Janet Mizutani
Robert and Patti Oshita Tony Lewis and Lori Lee Tracy Nagao Midori and Rio Sunahara Jan Morikawa
Marc H. Ross Jane Louie Joann Muramoto
Teddy and Helen Sekikawa Betty L. Mar Morgan Stanley Harold Fenocchio Edward and Setsuko Nagao
Bert and Florence Shikasho Kenneth and May L. Mar Esther Mar Kathryn Ishimoto Sue Nakahira
Randy Shiroi and Lillie Yee-Shiroi Susan and Marcel Marcale Thomas and Judith Nishimura
Rodovico Squaglia Chiyeko Masuoka PG&E Corporation Campaign for Harold and Young Fong Mike and Aileen Nishio
Kirk Stauffer Frank and Hanaye Menda the Community Marlene Fong Norman Nishio
Henry and Margo Sugiyama Nana Meyer Joy M. Vandell Richard Nishio
Midori and Rio Sunahara Tony and Joyce Mihanovich Thomas Yee Nancy L. Fong Stanley and Fumiko Nishio
Catherine Taketa Harry and Yukiko Miwa Frances Sato Julie F. Nishite
May Ukita and Clarence Saika Helen Miyata SAP Matching Gift Program Yukie Okasaki
Stanley and Christine Umeda Don and Sheri Morishita Gordon I. Muraki Shirley Fong Robert and Janet Okino
Teruko Umemoto Margo and William Muller Frank S. and Elaine Lock Helen Okumura
Winston and Pam Wong Nabil A. Musallam Truist Dilford and Edna Onodera
Albert and Gloria Wong Michael and Junko Nakahira Miles Nakatogawa Masao Fujikawa Teruko Orite
Bucky and Janet Wong Emma Nakamura Erin Vonada Larry Matsumoto Tsuto and Jean Ota
Kathy Wong Teruko Nakao Mary Otani
Mickey Yamadera Gary and Mitzi Nakashima Amie A. Fujimoto Bernice Ouye
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Mitsuo and Jayne Yamamoto Susumu and Alice Nishihara Kaye Kato Lloyd and Lynne Ouye
Leo Yasukawa Edmond Yee and Sandra Nishimura-Yee Elaine T. Saika
Alan and Helen Yee Terry and Cathy Nishizaki Mrytle Furukawa Heidi Sakazaki
United Way of San Joaquin
Victor and Sherri Yee Craig and Debbie Okabe Nancy Namba Harry and Leila Sen
Betty Yoshizuka Peter Okamoto Terrence Young Shirley Shimada & Helen Okamoto
Brenda Page Richard Goto Henry and Margo Sugiyama
$50 - $99 Steven and Eileen Park Honor James Hirakawa Midori and Rio Sunahara
James and Sadako Abe ACC Pocket Pickers Mirry Fujita’s 90th Birthday Richard and Susie Okamoto Hiroko Takamoto
Bryan K. and Lida Chew Mario Ruiz Naomi Miyao Rose Takata
Wayne Chin Ben Sakakihara Katsumi Hashimoto Ben and Eiko Takeuchi
Lily Chinn Wayne Shimizu and Shirley Opie Setsuko Nakashima Chiyo Aiso Misako Takeuchi
Howard K. Fong Jean M. Shiomoto Sharon Yamamoto Mike and Mary Ann Kashiwagi Richard Tamai
Jim and Toyoko Fujii Ralph and Pearl Sugimoto Elsie Matsumoto Yosh and Laura Tanaka
Banard K. and Eiko Fujiwara Rose Takata Melvin and Norrine Okamoto’s Gregory and Phyllis Miyata June H. Tanihana
Ted and Betty Fukushima Richard and Matsumi Uyehara 50th Wedding Anniversary Nancy Namba Betty Tanimoto
Wesley and Lynne Hiratsuka Lois B. VanBeers Melvin and Norrine Okamoto May Takeuchi Cliff and Julie Toyama
Allan and Meriko Hoshida Chiang and Ruth L. Wang Neal and Charisse Landsburgh Mitsuo and Miyoko Yamada Shigeru Tsujita
Carol A. Ichiho David Watanabe Andrew and Patrisse Nakamura Frank Uchida Family
Gerald and Vickie Ito Jeff and Jenny Wong Denise Okamoto Susie A. Imai Marcia M. Watanabe & Ferris Yayesaki
Robert and Dorothy Joe Kenneth and Jeannie Wong Charles Owyang’s Birthday Nelson and Nancy Akabori Edwin Willey
Naomi Kido George Yamashiro Memorial May Law Chizuka Yamada
Patty Koyama Toru and Chiyoko Yamashita David and Lorna Reinecke Larry Matsumoto Mitsuo and Miyoko Yamada
Falcon Lee James Yamauchi Helen Okumura Mickey Yamadera
Eileen and Raymond Lee Joseph and Daphne Yee Reynold Owyang’s Birthday Amy Yamazumi
Chung-Hsin and Ching-Chih Lin Peiton and Rose O. Yee Memorial George Ishimoto Linda and Walt M. Yip
Melvin and Marilyn Maeda Judy F. Yee David and Lorna Reinecke Nelson and Nancy Akabori John and Elaine Yoshikawa
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