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                                 Roseville Area Senior Program Newsletter

  1910 County Road B W, Roseville 55113 651-604-3520 Mon-Fri, 8am- 4pm

          Roseville Area Senior Program’s                      North Suburban Senior Council 4th
          Meals on Wheels                                      Annual Benefit Concert for the
          “Steak Fry Benefit Dinner”                           Roseville Area Senior Program’s Bus
Enjoy an afternoon of great food and door prizes. Funds        Transportation
raised will directly benefit the Roseville Area Senior         The North Suburban Chorus will entertain the audience
Program’s (RASP) Meals on Wheels Service. Please join us       with wonderful songs. This annual benefit concert
and help support this essential service so no older adult or   coordinated by the North Suburban Senior Council, Inc. is
disabled person goes hungry in our community.                  the kick-off fundraiser to support the Roseville Area Senior
The menu includes choice of: steak, walleye, or shrimp         Program ShuttleBug bus service.
including baked potato, Texas toast, coleslaw, and coffee
                                                               Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is providing matching
If you are unable to attend this event, your donation toward   funds for the donations received at the concert.
this cause is welcomed. Ticket purchase required to be         Refreshments will be served. Transportation is available by
eligible for door prizes. You do not need to be present to     calling the RASP office 651-604-3535 by Mon, Sept 24.
                                                               Wed, Sept 26th                                    2-3:00pm
Sun, Oct 28            1-6 pm               $12 per person
Roseville Anderson Nelson VFW #7555                            Roseville Craft and Gift Shoppe Annual
1145 Woodhill Drive
Roseville, MN
                                                               Holiday Sale
                                                               This shop is supported by the Roseville Area Senior
Ticket sales start Mon, Sept 10.Advance ticket purchase        Program and North Suburban Senior Council. Volunteer
requested. Tickets sold at the Roseville Area Senior           consignors make hand crafted items to sell, and staff the
Program, 1910 Cty Rd B West, Roseville MN, or online at        shop. 651-604-3529, Community Education, Online
                                                               Mon-Fri 9:30am-3:30pm - Regular Hours
Class Registration. Cash and checks accepted. Make checks
to the Roseville Area Senior Program Meals on Wheels.          You are invited to stop and shop for homemade baked
Limited tickets will be available at the door.                 goodies and hand-crafted gift items featuring quilts,
                                                               ceramics, wood crafts, jewelry, knit and crochet items,
Roseville Bus Transportation Has                               pottery, clothing, holiday decorations and more!
Openings for the Fall Schedule
RASP Bus Service has openings for riders starting in           Holiday Sale Schedule
September on Mondays and Wednesdays.                           Thurs, Oct 18 and Fri, Oct 19                  8:30am-4pm
Contact RASP transportation by calling 651-604-3535,           Sat, Oct 20                                    8:30am-1pm
between 8am-3:30 pm., Monday through Friday.
See page 5 for scheduling details for the bus, and the
medical rides service.

In this Issue
 2       Program Activities/News                               The Roseville Area Senior Program will be closed on:
 3-4 Programs Activities/Volunteer Opportunities               Mon, Sept 3rd: Labor Day
 5       Essential Services
 6       Community Outreach/Health
 7       Health and Wellness                                                 September/October 2012
     Program Activities/News
A complete calendar with dates and times is available in the RASP office or online at Detailed program activities are also listed in the Community
Education brochure in the Adult Enrichment section. An activity fee may apply.
    Monday               Tuesday               Wednesday            Thursday                  Friday
    Women’s Wellness     Religious Study       Foot Care Clinic     Notes for Life            Invest Forum I
    1-2:30pm             9:30-10:30am          1st & 3rd Wed        9:30-11:30am              9:30-11:30am
    3rd Monday           1st & 3rd Tues        by appointment       1st Thursday              Weekly
                                               9am-4pm              Quarterly
    Card Recycling       Caregiver Support     Health Ins Counsel   NSSC Meetings Clip ‘n’ Sip
    1:30-3:30pm          12:30-2:30pm          9:30-11:30am by appt 9-11am                    10-11am
    2nd & 4th Mon        2nd & 4th Tues        4th Wed              2nd & 3rd Thurs Weekly
    Ballroom Dance       Book Discussion       Market Place Talk    Blood Pressure            Music in the Lounge
    1:15-3:45pm          1-2:30pm              9:30-10:30am         10-11:30am                10:30-11:30am
    2nd & 4th Mon        4th Tues              2nd Wed              Weekly                    1st Friday May-Oct
    Invest Forum II                            Men’s Discussion     Vision Loss               Stitch ‘n’ Chat
    1:30-3:30pm                                10-11:30am           10-11:30am                1-3pm
    2nd & 4th Mon                              Weekly               1st Thurs                 Weekly
    Computer 1-1 Help                          Wii Bowling          Bridge                    Chorus Practice
    3pm Mon & Wed                              12-1:15pm            12:30-4pm                 1:30-3:30pm
    2nd & 4th                                  Weekly               Weekly                    Weekly
    Mahjong                                    Pocket Billiards     Drop-In Lounge open Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
                                                                    Wii Drop-In Sports, Computer Station, Pool tables,
    1:30-3:30pm                                6-8pm                Library and Maintain Your Brain Station.
    Weekly                                     Weekly               Craft Shoppe open Monday-Friday 9:30am-3:30pm
                                                                        Indoor walking open Mon-Thurs 1:30-4pm

2012 Wii Bowling Summer Challenge Results
On July 18, the Roseville Area Senior Program, Sunrise Assisted Living of Roseville and Keystone Communities
of Roseville teams competed in the Wii Nintendo event. The Wii Bowling traveling trophy was awarded
to Sunrise Assisted Living of Roseville, 2nd place went to Roseville Area Senior Program, and 3rd place to
Keystone Communities of Roseville.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Medical Appointment Driver
Transport older adults using your own vehicle to medical and dental appointments. The schedule is Monday
through Friday, 8:30am-3:30pm. Training is provided and mileage reimbursement is an option.
Friendly Visitor Volunteer
Volunteers provide social interaction with older adults in their homes. For example, play cards and games and
provide a listening ear. Volunteers establish a two-hour weekly visit and maintain confidentiality.
Special Events
Assist with conducting designated special events including health fair, fundraisers, etc.
Office Receptionist- Friday mornings
Assist with greeting the public and answering questions about RASP activities and other local senior services.
Customer service and computer skills are required. Opening is for Friday mornings 9 am- 12:00 pm.
To receive application materials, contact Roseville Area Senior Program at or call
                 All activities are at Fairview Community Center unless otherwise listed.
    Program Activities/Volunteer Opportunities
New! Effective Habits of Your Writing                      New! Improving Communication
Do you want to write more often, more freely, more         While Caring for Loved Ones with
effectively-but fear you don’t have the discipline,
will power, or talent? What you really need, what          Alzheimer’s Disease
really makes a writer, is the habit of writing. In the     This disease can be nearly as frustrating and difficult
“Effective Habits for Your Writing” class, you will        on the caregivers/family as it is for the person with
identify your writing (or nonwriting) habits and adapt     the disease. ComfortKeepers In-Home Care staff
them to achieve your writing goals. Our weekly             will facilitate a discussion and interactive training
check-in will give you safe and supportive witnesses       for family caregivers using nationally renowned
to help you become accountable to yourself. We’ll          Alzheimer’s educator Teepa Snow’s DVD called
use in-class writing, two-person processes, action         “It’s All in Your Approach.” Come gain support,
mapping and other exercises to explore the creative        insight and techniques to improve communications
process, identify your priorities, generate plans,         and interactions with loved ones suffering from
cultivate sustainable habits, and develop a support        Alzheimer’s disease. Register and pay at RASP office
network to help you maintain your momentum.                two days prior to session date.
$4.00 copy fee payable to the teaching artist.             Thur, Sept 27       6-8 pm               $3/household
Cosponsored by The Loft Literary Center, Heritage          Tue, Oct 9          1:30-3:30pm          $3/household
Place of Roseville and the Roseville Area Senior
Program                                                    Co-Sponsored by Roseville Area Senior Program
                                                           and ComfortKeepers In-Home Care
Regular Price: $186.00
Member Price: $167.40
Low Income Price: $130.20                                  Recycling Card Group
                                                           Come for a fun time making note cards, memo pads,
Teaching Artist(s): Rosanne Bane
                                                           gift tags and other items for the Roseville Craft and
Genre: Creative Process                                    Gift Shoppe. The sale of these items goes toward
Age Group: Adult                                           the North Suburban Senior Council/Roseville Area
Thursdays          Sept 20 - Oct 25                5-7pm   Senior Program. New volunteers are welcome!
Heritage Place of Roseville,                               Mon, Sept 10 & 24, Oct 8 & 22 1:30-3:30pm          Free
563 Cty Rd B West, Roseville
Register by contacting The Loft Literary Center            Wii Bowling or call                   This is an interactive and fun game that allows
612-379-8999.                                              people to video bowl and get some moderate
                                                           exercise. Newcomers welcome. Weekly
On the Dance Floor                                         Wednesdays           12-1:15 pm                   $1.50
Social dances with refreshments.
Monday          1:15-3:45pm             $4.50/person       Beginner Bridge Class
Sept 10 Tony Jambor                                        Beginning Bridge Class is for those who have never
Sept 24 Jim Armstrong                                      played and for those who wish to update their skills.
Oct 8 Florian Chmielewski                                  The emphasis of this course is on basic bidding,
Oct 22 Jim Armstrong                                       scoring and protocols of the game. An American
                                                           Contract Bridge League approved text is available
Mahjong                                                    from the instructor to accompany each of the eight
Mahjong is a game that originated in China and             week sessions ($20 per book). Purchase book from
is similar to the Western card game Rummy, but             class instructor. Mignon Nearmyer is a Bronze Life
played with tiles. Popular in the United States since      Master and an ACBL accredited teacher of more
the 1920s, Mahjong is a game of skill, strategy,           than 15 years. Limited class size. Pay online or at the
calculation and a degree of chance. Come enhance           RASP office.
your brain skills by learning a new game or helping        Tuesdays          1:30-3:30pm       8 weeks     $45.50
others learn.                                              Sept 4 - Oct 23: Book I
Mondays                  1:30pm                   $1.50    Oct 30 - Dec 18: Book II
            For more information, call 651-604-3520 or visit
     Program Activities
    Women’s Wellness Group                                   Drop-In Computer Station
    Obtain helpful information and discuss wellness          A computer work station is available for individuals
    topics in a social and supportive group. With a          to use on a drop in basis. You can use the internet,
    general theme of wellness, we seek to broaden our        check email accounts, etc. You must be an
    understanding of living not only a longer, but also      independent user. Print copies are limited to five
    healthier, happier and more fulfilling life.             pages and cost .10 each. Get password from RASP
    Upcoming topics include: Humor and Healing,              office. First come, first served basis. A .25 donation
    Grief and Loss, Aging Self Image, Exercise Basics,       is requested.
    Longevity, Acceptance of Mortality, Nutrition            Daily, no Wednesdays                  8:30am-3:30pm
    Basics, Mind/Body Connection and End of Life
    Work. This group is facilitated by Tara
    Jebens-Singh, who teaches yoga and older adult           North Suburban Chorus
                                                             The North Suburban Chorus is supported by the
    fitness for Roseville Community Education Adult
                                                             North Suburban Senior Council Inc. and Roseville
    Enrichment. Please feel free to contact Tara with
                                                             Area Senior Program. The Chorus does singing
    suggestions or questions at 651-500-8529 or
                                                             engagements in the metro area. There is a need for
                                                             tenor and bass voices. Anyone who likes to sing is
    Mon, Sept 17 & Oct 15         1-2:30pm          $1.50    welcome. Call Bob Schmidt at 651-488-6379 or Ed
                                                             Breems at 651-429-6518 for more information.
    Computer One - One Help Sessions                         Friday practices 1:30-3:30pm
    Duane Manderscheid, computer volunteer, conducts
    one - one computer trouble shooting sessions. This       Great Decisions – Foreign Policy
    is for individuals who have taken classes and have       Series
    some computer skills, but have questions and need        This program is a series of lectures and discussion
    some minimal assistance with internet use, Word,         on foreign policy topics. Sessions will be held at
    Excel, etc.                                              RosePointe, 2555 Hamline Ave., Roseville. Pay at
    Mon         Sept 10 & 24, Oct 8 & 22             1-3pm   the door, $3. Contact Roseville Area Senior Program
    Wed         Sept 12 & 26, Oct 10 & 24            1-3pm   to register within two days prior to session date.
    Call to register for a 30 min. session, donation         Wed, Sept. 12
    requested.                                               Exit from Afghanistan and Iraq: Bill Davnie
                                                             Ten years after September 11, 2001, the U.S. is
    Investment Forum II                                      winding down its military commitment in Iraq and
    Participate in an informal discussion regarding          slowly pulling out of Afghanistan. What exit strategy
    management of your money.                                will help these countries build stable democratic
    Mon, Sept 10 & 24, Oct 8 & 22 1:30-3:30pm $1.50          nations? How can the U.S. continue to achieve its
                                                             counterterrorism goals? What is the role of the U.S.
    Book Discussion                                          in the future of the Middle East?
    Anyone who likes to read and share their
    impression of book selections is welcome.                Wed, Oct. 10
                                                             Energy Geopolitics: Speaker TBA
    Tues, Sept 25: “When Everything Changed”                 The energy markets have been shaken by the
                   by Gail Collins                           instability of Middle East oil and the vulnerability of
    Tues, Oct 23: “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn               nuclear power. Moreover, developing countries like
                                                             China are becoming bigger energy consumers, while
    1-2:30pm                                        $1.50    energy producers like Russia see the opportunity to
                                                             widen their influence. In this changed landscape,
                                                             how will the U.S.’s energy needs affect its relations
                                                             with other nations?
                                                             Sponsored by Roseville Area Senior Program,
                                                             RosePointe Senior Community, and the Minnesota
4                                                            International Center

                  All activities are at Fairview Community Center unless otherwise listed.
  Essential Services
Transportation                                                 Meals on Wheels
The Roseville Area Senior Program offers                         Meals on Wheels is available Monday
transportation services to residents of the                      through Friday to adults 60 and older,
Roseville Area School District #623, ages                        and certified disabled adults living in
60 and older, who do not drive and to disabled                   the Roseville Area School district who
adults under age 60 with disability certification   are unable to access and/or prepare food. An intake
provided.                                           process and in-home assessment are conducted as
                                                    part of this service. Daily, hot nutritiously balanced
Bus Service                                         meals are prepared by the Roseville Area Schools
Our bus provides transportation to locations        and delivered by volunteers from area churches,
within Roseville School District #623. The bus      organizations, and the community. A suggested
is lift equipped and has spaces for wheelchairs.    donation is requested, based on ability to pay. For
Drivers are Special Transportation Certified.       more information call 651-604-3524.
   • Roseville Bus Transportation Schedule
   The bus schedule is 8am-4pm Monday               Service Coordination
   through Friday. A suggested donation is          The Roseville Area Senior Program has a
   requested, based on ability to pay. Bus rides    Service Coordinator to assist older adult residents of
   include to and from Roseville Area Senior        ISD 623 find resources, dialogue and problem solve
   Program activities, shopping, banking, hair      on health, safety, and housing issues. Receive help
   appointments, local medical appointments,        navigating community resources with the goal of
   etc.                                             living safely and independently in your home. Home
   • Bus Ride Scheduling                            assessments and phone consultations are available.
   Five business day advance notice is suggested    Seniors, family members, and caregivers are
   for a ride request. Call 651-604-3535 between    encouraged to contact the Service Coordinator. If
   8am & 3:30pm, Monday through Friday.             home health care service is desired, the Service
   • Bus Ride Standing Orders                       Coordinator can refer clients to a variety of resources.
   Standing orders may be scheduled for rides       A suggested donation is requested, based on ability to
   that take place on a regular basis. They need    pay.
   to be at the same day/time, and the same
   pick-up and drop-off destination.                Homebound Support Volunteers
                                                    After a needs assessment is completed by the service
Medical Rides Available                             coordinator, trained volunteers are available to
Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to
provide rides to medical and dental appointments    provide services to help homebound seniors in the
within the metro area, for people who have no       Roseville Area School District. Services include:
other transportation options, and who can walk      errand running, shopping assistance, minor home
with minimal assistance.                            repairs and friendly visiting in the home. A suggested
                                                    donation is requested, based on ability to pay.
   • Medical Rides Available
   Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 3:30pm
   A suggested donation is requested, based on
   ability to pay.                                  Call 651-604-3528 for:
                                                    • Service Coordination
  • Medical Ride Scheduling                         • Home Health Care Services
  Call 651-604-3535 between 8am & 3:30pm,
  Monday through Friday. Ten business day           • Homebound Support Volunteers
  advance notice is suggested for a ride request.   • Caregiver Support.
  Limit your ride request to one ride per week.

         For more information, call 651-604-3520 or visit
     Community Outreach/Health
The Flaming Spoon Café                                       Notes for Life–Designed to Improve the
Fairview Community Center                                    Quality of Your Life
Lunch: 11:00am-12:30pm                                       9:30-11:30am                           $2 at the door
No Time? Get Your Meal to go!                                Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave North
Full Meal Deal: $4.00 Choice of main entrée or the
                                                             Thurs, Nov 1
salad bar, milk or coffee. Ala Carte for $0.55 to $2.50
                                                             Batch Cooking for Seniors – Cook Once & Eat 4 Times
includes sandwiches, soups, salads, rolls, cookies,
                                                             Do you get tired of cooking? Do you find It hard
fruit, chips, etc.
                                                             to stay motivated to cook healthy balanced meals
All are welcome. Bring a friend or neighbor. No              when only cooking for 1 or 2 people regularly? Do
individual reservations needed. Groups of six or more        you eat packaged or pre-made food frequently just

                                                                                                                        Caregiver Education and Outreach
                                                                                                                        Caregiver Education and Outreach
                                                                                                                        Caregiver Education and Outreach
are requested to call in advance, 651-604-3518. We           because it seems easier than preparing a meal for
accept cash, check, or establish a pre-paid meal code.       yourself? Senior malnutrition is on the rise in our
Monthly menus available at the Fairview Community            country and not necessarily due to food availability.
Center or online at             As we age our tastes and nutritional needs change,
and look for Flaming Spoon Café - The Best Meal              accessibility to shopping may be difficult and
Deal in Town!                                                cooking healthy well balanced meals for only 1 or 2
                                                             people may seem just more work than it is worth.
Leave a Legacy….                                             Ani Loizzo, Culinary Director of Whole Foods
Remember the Roseville Area Senior Program                   Market Lake Calhoun will discuss techniques to get
If the Roseville Area Senior Program (RASP) is               more out of your meals. Ani will share wonderful
important to you, here is a significant and long lasting     samples of tasty foods you can make for yourself at
way to express your appreciation. Consider making            home using healthy tasty ingredients to match your
a planned gift. Using planned bequests through a             changing pallet or changing health needs. Spend far
will or estate plan, revocable living trusts, real estate,   less time cooking and much more time enjoying the
appreciated stock, IRA’s, and retirement accounts and        meals and the improved health!
life insurance are examples of a planned gift and a          Contact Roseville Area Senior Program at
meaningful way to define your legacy.                        651-604-3520 or email to register
A planned gift can provide much needed funding to            by Mon. Oct 29.
sustain the future of the Roseville Area Senior              Sponsored by the Life by Design Group:
Program activities and services. Gifts may be                • Roseville Area Senior Program
designated to a specific service such as Meals on            • Thrivent Financial Services for Lutherans
Wheels, transportation, service coordination                 • Heritage Place of Roseville
activities and classes or you can leave it to the            • Comfort Keepers
program as a whole.
A legacy gift to RASP is best made with the
                                                             55+ Defensive Driving Courses
                                                             Brush up on your driving skills and receive a 10%
counsel of one’s financial advisor or attorney. To           discount on your car insurance for three years. No
discuss a “future” legacy gift confidentially contact        driving test required. You will receive a certificate of
Janell B Wampler, Program Coordinator at janell.             completion to provide to your insurance or call 651-604-3520.                     company. Class size is limited. Prerequisite: 8 hr.
Memorial gifts are another option. A name plaque             course. Preregistration is required through the
will be made to honor your loved one with a                  Roseville Area Senior Program (RASP) in person, by
memorial donation of $25 or more. The memorial               mail or register online one week prior to class.
plagues are on display in the RASP drop-in lounge.            Information needed: your name, address, phone
                                                             number, and birth date. Make checks payable to
                                                             RASP. No senior discounts apply. MN Safety Council
                                                             Thurs, Sept 27            1:30-5:30pm              $20
                                                             Sat, Oct 27               8:30am-12:30pm           $20
                  All activities are at Fairview Community Center unless otherwise listed.
    Health and Wellness
                Maintain Your Brain                         Vision Loss Group
                Station                                     This group provides consumer information, speakers,
                The Brain Fitness station includes games    and good company. Anyone who has vision loss
                and books about brain health that can be    from macular degeneration, glaucoma, stroke or
                checked out. The brain health program       other diagnoses that impacts vision is welcome.
                supports the four pillars of brain health   Cosponsored by Roseville Area Senior Program and
(mental stimulation, physical activity, nutrition, and      Vision Loss Resources.
stress reduction). The games are located on the games       Thurs     Sept 6 & Oct 4       10-11:30am              Free
& puzzle shelf and books in the library area of RASP’s
drop-in lounge. Sponsored by Roseville Area Senior          Caregiver Support Group
Program, Ramsey County Library, MELSA, and the              A caregiver support group is available twice per
Alzheimer Association, and funded by a Library Services     month for caregivers of older adults. The support
and Technology Act grant.                                   group provides information, resources and valuable
                                                            emotional support. New participants are welcome.
Mon-Fri         8am-4pm        Drop In Basis       Free
                                                            Tues    Sept 11 & 25, Oct 9 & 23 12:30-2:30pm          Free
Health Insurance Counseling
A volunteer from the Metro Area Agency on Aging will        Market Place Morning Talk
be available to help you understand and track medical       A monthly educational program that provides current
bills, forms, and benefits you are entitled to under        and new health and wellness information.
Medicare, Medical Assistance, Medicare supplement or        Market Place Bingo Hall
long term care policies. The insurance counselor is not     2900 Rice St., Little Canada
connected with any insurance company and does not give      Blood Pressure checks from 8:45-9:20am, speaker
legal advice. Call 651-604-3520 to schedule an              begins at 9:30am. To register call 651-604-3520 by
appointment one week prior to the session. Space is         the Monday before each session. $1.00 per program
limited. In-home health insurance counseling is also
available to older adults in Ramsey County who are          Wed, Sept 12 – Heart Disease- Learn About Food,
unable to travel. For information call the Senior           Exercise and Medications
LinkAge Line at 1-800-333-2433.                             Lakeridge Golden Living Staff will present
Wed         Sept 26, Oct 24 & 31     9-11am         Free
                                                            Wed, Oct 10 - Extreme Weather- Are You
Blood Pressure Screening                                    Prepared?
Free screening provided by qualified volunteers.            Speaker to be announced
No registration required.                                   Co-sponsored by Roseville Area Senior Program, City of Little
Thursdays              10-11:30am                   Free    Canada Park and Recreation, Lyngblomsten and Golden Living
                                                            Center/Lake Ridge, Refreshments by Little Canada Recreation
Foot Care Clinic                                            Association and the Little Canada Bingo Hall
Jeanne Polaichik, RN will do assessments, trim nails,
and teach you how to care for your feet. During the
initial visit, a comprehensive health assessment will be
done. Call 651-604-3520 to schedule an appointment.
For questions regarding foot care call Jeanne at
Wed          Sept 5 & 19, Oct 3 & 17           9am-3pm
Initial Visit $32/30 minute session
Subsequent Visit $25/30 minute session

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              For more information, call 651-604-3520 or visit
       Roseville Area Senior Program
       Roseville Area Schools Community Education                                    Non-Profit Org
       1910 County Road B West                                                       US Postage Paid
       Roseville, MN 55113                                                           Twin Cities, MN
       651-604-3520                                                                  Permit No 3248

 Roseville Area Senior Program                                                Staff Directory
         Roseville Area Schools                             Program Coordinator                    Janell Wampler
         Community Education                                651-604-3520      
                                                                                                 Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113                                         Secretary/Transportation                 Linda Nelson
Mon - Fri, 8am-4 pm                                         651-604-3520/651-604-3535
Office: 651-604-3520 ---- Fax: 651-604-3565                                                      Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
MN Relay: 1-800-627-3529
Email:                                      Program Asst/Meals on Wheels            Tara Garvin
Website:                       651-604-3524       
                                                                                              Mon-Fri 8am-2pm
Program Funding
The Roseville Area Senior Program is a program of           Services Coordinator/Outreach       Jaymee Chanen
Roseville Area Schools Community Education with support     651-604-3528              Mon-Thur By Appointment
from the North Suburban Senior Council, and individual                      
contributions. Additional funding is received from Ramsey
County, and Senior Services Consortium of Ramsey County,    Program Aide/Transportation          Hellen Bluitt
PRISM Express via the Older Americans Act administered      651-604-3520/651-604-3535   Mon-Thur 11:30-3:45pm
through the Metro Area Agency on Aging and the Minnesota                            
Board on Aging.

      A special thank you to the Ramsey County
     Commissioners for continued support in 2012!
                   All activities are at Fairview Community Center unless otherwise listed.

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