July Newsletter - Town of Longmeadow by yaoyufang


									     Your newsletter is brought to you through the generosity of the following sponsors:
Computer Tech Support …………. 567-1927                       Irene Kotula ……………….…........567-8520
Dickinson Streeter                                         Jewish Geriatric Services, Inc…..567-6211
Funeral Home……………...….…….733-2129                          Redstone Rehabilitation
East Longmeadow Skilled                                     & Nursing Center.……..……..…...525-3336
Nursing Center…………..................525-6361               Rogers Memorial Studio….…860-745-2464
Encore Dee’zines Landscaping                               Senator Gale Candaras…………..599-4785
 & Interiors…………………….. 860-306-4709                        Tazzini Funeral Home .………..….734-7926
Forastiere Family Funeral Home….525-2800                   Venessa O’Brien………...………...567-1375                                                       Of Longmeadow                        JULY 2011
Home Staff ………………………..….746-0066                           Weldon Hearing Center
Glenmeadow Retirement                                        at Mercy Medical Center...…….748-6840
 Community……..…………………...567-7800                                                                                      COME IN OUT OF THE HEAT!
Friends of Longmeadow Older                                               NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION                           We are Air Conditioned!
Citizens Association, Inc.                                                        U.S POSTAGE PAID
231 Maple Road                                                                           PERMIT #44
Longmeadow, MA 01106                                                    EAST LONGMEADOW, MA 01028
                                                                                                                           SUMMER FITNESS                                    AMERICAN FARE
                                                                                                                       Pool Exercise @ Glenmeadow                                PICNIC
                                                                               Return Service Requested           •
                                                                                                                     Gentle Exercise & Fitness Corner                  Wenesday, July 6th, 11:30 AM
                                                                                                                           BRAIN FITNESS
                                                                                                                 •     Computer Time—Computer Lab
                                                                                                                        • Scrabble, Card Games,
                                                                                                                       • Trivia, Puzzles and More!
                                                                                                                             RELAXATION                                WATERMELON FESTIVAL
                                                                                                                       •  Classic & Current Movies                       Thursday, July 14th, Noon
                                                                                                                              • Radio Scripts
                                                                                                                                                                             Greenwood Patio
     Please use this form for your convenience in making a gift that will enhance the lives of mature adults             • Genealogy Workshop
       in our community today and tomorrow. The individual or families of those you have honored will                          • Luncheons
                        be notified of your gift. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.                           •   Relax & Read or Volunteer!
                                   CONTRIBUTIONS HAVE PURCHASED:
               A WALK IN FREEZER, PLASMA TV, ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES,                                               Call for transportation options!                     BIRTHDAY BASH
                          FURNITURE, CARPETING, MEDICAL EQUIPMENT                                                                                                      Thursday, July 28th, 11:30 AM
                                                 and Much More!
                                    (FOLOCA) IN SUPPORT OF
               The Longmeadow Adult Center—231 Maple Road, - Longmeadow, MA 01106
   I/We have enclosed $ ________________________ (Make Check Payable to FOLOCA)
          In Honor ___________________________________________________________________
                                                                  Return Service Requested
          In Memory ___________________________________________________________________                        Chair                                 Adult    Center                Karen Neiman Michelman
         Thank You ___________________________________________________________________                         John Bowen                        “A Branch of Community Support”                  Director
   SEND CARD TO: ____________________________________________________________                                                                        at Greenwood Park Center
   Address:          ____________________________________________________________                                                            231 Maple Road, Longmeadow, MA 01106
   City: ______________________________________ State: _________________ Zip: __________                       Telephone & TDD                      Monday—Friday 9—3 PM               Minibus: 739-7436
                                                                                                               413-565-4150                    www.Longmeadow.org                       or 1-866-277-7741
   Donor’s Name: _____________________________________________________________________
                                                          New Longmeadow                          SUMMER EYE PROTECTION                                • Wear a hat in addition to your
     LONGMEADOW LINES                                         2011-2012                            As you rub sunscreen on to protect                  sunglasses.      Broad-brimmed         styles
                                                          Recycling Calendar                    your skin this summer, don't forget to                 provide the best protection for your eyes.
                                                                                                protect your eyes as well. Summertime                  • Don't rely on contact lenses. Even if
  Representative Brian Ashe’s Aide                   For the first time--the Town of
                                                                                                means more time spent outdoors, and                    your lenses have UV protection,
           Daniel Zwirko                          Longmeadow curbside recycling
                                                                                                studies show that exposure to bright                   remember to wear your sunglasses, too.
                                                  calendar will be a July 1, 2011-June 30,
   Monday, July 11th & August 8th                                                               sunlight may increase the risk of                      • Don't be fooled by clouds: the sun's
                                                  2012 calendar.
         11:00—11:45 am                                                                         developing      cataracts,    age-related              rays can pass through haze and thin
                                                     Your copy of the calendar will             macular degeneration and growths on                    clouds. Sun damage to eyes can occur
***************************************           arrive the week of June 13th as an                                                                   anytime during the year, not just in the
       VAN AROUND TOWN                                                                          the eye, including cancer. The same
                                                  insert in the Reminder.                       risk applies when using tanning beds,                  summertime.
             Friday, July 8th, $2                                                                                                                      • Wear sunglasses whenever you’re
              10:30—12:30 PM                         There are no programmatic changes.         so be sure to protect your eyes from
                                                  The new calendar will contain the same        indoor       UV     light    as      well.             outside, but especially during peak sun
            Longmeadow Shops                                                                                                                           times. It's particularly important to wear
                                                  useful information about recycling, what          "UV radiation, whether from natural
            Enfield MALL TRIP                     to recycle on which week and clearly          sunlight or indoor artificial rays, can                sunglasses in the early afternoon and at
  Friday, July 29th, 10:00—1:00 pm $3             delineated holidays, as in the past. The      damage the eye's surface tissues as                    higher altitudes, where UV light is more
          Reservations—565-4150                   only real change is the 12 months             well as the cornea and lens," said                     intense.
***********************************************   represented on the calendar will be July      Michael        Kutryb,      MD,        an              • Never look directly at the sun.
                                                  1 - June 30th. Call DPW at 567-3400           ophthalmologist in Edgewater, Fla., and                Looking directly at the sun at any time,
      PAPER SHREDDING                             with any question.                            clinical correspondent for the American                including during an eclipse, can lead to
    Longmeadow Adult Center                                                                     Academy          of       Ophthalmology.               solar retinopathy, damage to the eye's
A secured collection bin is available for                                                       "Unfortunately, many people are                        retina from solar radiation.
                                                      LONGMEADOW WATER METER                                                                           • Don't forget the kids: everyone is at
residents to drop off small quantities of                REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                    unaware of the dangers UV light can
personal documents. The collection bin                                                          pose.      By    wearing     UV-blocking               risk, including children. Protect their eyes
                                                      The Longmeadow DPW continues to                                                                  with hats and sunglasses. In addition, try
is located in the hallway at Greenwood            work with East National Water Co. to          sunglasses, you can enjoy the summer
Ctr. Funding supplied by the Friends of                                                         safely while lowering your risk for                    to keep children out of the sun between
                                                  have all water meters replaced in                                                                    10 a.m. and 2 p.m., when the sun's UV
Longmeadow Seniors.                               Longmeadow with remote read water             potentially blinding eye diseases and
                                                                                                tumors." It is important to start wearing              rays are the strongest.
                                                  meters. This will allow the DPW to drive
                                                  by your home and get accurate readings        proper eye protection at an early age to
                                                  in an efficient manner. East National is      protect your eyes from years of
                                                  working in the fourth of six meter reading    ultraviolet                    exposure.
                                                  cycles. If you have received a post card,     Follow these tips to protect your
                                                  letter, phone call or door hanger to notify   eyes from the sun:
          T0 STAY GREEN:                          you, your area of town has been targeted      • Select sunglasses that block UV rays. Don't
       Recycle Your Old Sneakers                  for meter replacement activity to occur. If   be deceived by color or cost. The ability to
     Bring your old sneakers to a participating   you have not yet made arrangements to         block UV light is not dependent on the price tag
                                                  have the meter changed please call East       or how dark the sunglass lenses are.
Nike or Converse store and help athletics and     National Water at 1-800-252-8557. The         • Make sure your sunglasses block 100
the environment come full circle. Your old        procedure takes 15-30 minutes                 percent of UV-A rays and UV-B rays.
sneakers will be made into a new track,           depending on the age of the existing          • Choose wrap-around styles. Ideally, your
basketball court or playground. Search for Nike   meter in your home. If you have any           sunglasses should wrap all the way around to
Reuse a Shoe to find a location near you!         questions, please call the DPW at             your temples, so the sun's rays can't enter from
                                                  567-3400.                                     the side.

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     ADULT SUMMER READING                                        Storrs Library
       June 22nd—August 12th                                   SUMMER Programs
             STORRS LIBRARY                                                                                                                                                                Ellen Gold
    Novel Destinations* adult summer                     Movies Without Borders Film Series:                                                                                   Coordinator of Volunteers
reading program is a for-fun reading                          Buena Vista Social Club
opportunity for adults to explore the world               Wednesday, July 13th at 6:30 p.m.                                                         week. This was a special gathering as it
of reading, books and public library
                                                                                                       VOLUNTEER LUNCHEON
                                                                                                                                        th          marked the retirement of Phyllis Bogert,
                                                                  When In Rome                        We had a lovely day on June 9 at
resources. The program will run for six                  Wednesday, August 3rd at 6:30 p.m.                                                         who has coordinated the program for 17
weeks from June 22 to August 12th.                                                                Twin Hills Country Club for our Annual
                                                                                                  Volunteer Luncheon. We were pleased               years. Phyllis did a terrific job organizing
Register at the Reference Desk and the                     Learn Something New Today                                                                the program and ensuring that all the
rest is easy. For every book you read you                                                         to honor eight dedicated individuals who
                                                             Universal Class Tutorial             have fifteen years of volunteer service to        classrooms had readers every week. We
get a chance to win a prize. Plus certain                  Tuesday, July 26th at 6:30 p.m.                                                          are very grateful for her commitment and
library activities make you eligible for the                                                      the Adult Center. State Representative
                                                     Pick from over 500 online classes. Attend    Brian Ashe presented citations from the           hard work. The other dedicated volunteers
drawings. Drawings will be held weekly               class and do assignments on your                                                               include: Hilde Kmetz, Nettie Fischer, Marion
and for the Grand Prize, which will be                                                            State House and COA Board Chair
                                                     schedule. Work with a real instructor.       Marilyn Hurst presented gifts to the              Loughman, Tony Odierna, Sydney Torrey
drawn on August 30th. Novel Destinations is                                                                                                         Judy Brooks, Jan Draymore, Vicky Kiss,
sponsored by your local library, the Massachusetts                                                following honorees: Evelyn Baron, Vivian
Library System, Boston Bruins, and the Mass                     Book Review Party                 Poisson, Venessa O’Brien, Mary Raschi,            Marcia Soja and Marion Pava. Substitute
Board of Library Commissioners.                                 Speed Dating Style                Eleanor Santos, Peter Santos, Marion              readers: Elaine Becker, Helen Murphy, Rita
                                                       Wednesday, August 17th at 6:30 p.m.        “Terry” Stirton, and Robert Stirton. We           Schwartz, Claire Cohen-Stelzer, Debby
          Credit Card Payments                       In a series of 4-minute rounds, each         were fortunate to have Select Board               Chernock and Midge Copson. If you are
  Treasurer/Collector’s Office Window                participant will have a chance to convince   Member Paul Santaniello present the               interested in joining and reading to
    The      Longmeadow’s        Treasurer/          someone else that a book is worth            Citizen of the Year Award to Selena Blake.        students in the fall, call Ellen at 565-4150.
Collector’s office is now able to offer              reading (or to be avoided). This is a        Our deepest thanks to our volunteers for
taxpayers the ability to pay their Real              chance to get introduced to some great
                                                                                                                                                              ALL OUR THANKS
                                                                                                  their efforts and dedication to the Center.           We have more people using our Errand
Estate, Personal Property, Motor Vehicle             books and fellow readers.
Excise Tax and Water/Sewer bills with a                                                                LONG MEDDOWE DAYS                            Runner volunteers to drive them to
credit card. The credit card payments can                        USO Helping Hands                   Our booth at Long Meddowe Days in              doctor’s appointments.      We are very
be accepted at the Treasurer/Collector’s                          Package Assembly                May was a big hit. We had many families           appreciative of the dedicated service of the
office window located in Town Hall at 20                 Friday, August 26th, 10:30-11:30 a.m.    stop by to take photos of their children          following volunteers: Mary Lord Brown, John
Williams Street. No telephone payments                                                            behind our colonial children cut-out              Carey, Gundel Deex, Dolores Farrell, Claudette
can be accepted. Credit cards currently                                                           stand-ups. Thanks to our hardworking
                                                                                                                                                    Grzywacz, Margaret Jenkins, Eunice Kavanagh,
accepted are Discover and Master                               Before Movies Moved:                                                                 Tom Keane, Dick Kmetz, Angela & Dietmar
Card. There is a sliding scale fee for each                    The Origins of Cinema              volunteers who staffed the booth: Kay             Kuhr, Troy Cossette Mangold, Marilyn & Ray
bill paid which is passed on to the                        Monday, August 29th at 6:30 p.m.       Duclos, Shirley Burke, Sharon                     Marr, John Mitchell, Vivian Poisson, Wendell
taxpayer. The fee structure is posted                    Presenter:Jeff Bemiss, Director/Writer   Thompson, and John Bowen.            We           Ritchie, Eleanor Santos, Carol Slasinski, Selwyn
outside of the Treasurer Collector’s office                                                       appreciate you giving up part of your             Smith and Phebe Wallace.
and can also be viewed on the Treasurer/                   Music Without Borders Concert          weekend to help support the Center.                  We are in need of more Errand
Collector’s departmental webpage at                               by Laurie Festa                                                                   Runners. You can donate as little as two
                                                           Tuesday, August 30th at 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                           SENIOR READERS                           hours a month and we have a very flexible
www.longmeadow.org. If you have any                                                                  The Senior Readers recently had their
questions regarding paying by credit card                                                                                                           schedule. You can choose what days you
                                                                                                  spring get-together here at the Adult             are available and you have the option of
please do not hesitate to contact the                     Helping Hands Around the World
                                                                                                  Center. This intergenerational program            accepting or a declining a ride request
Treasurer/Collector’s office at 413-567-                    Support Our Troops Project
                                                                                                  involves seniors reading to children in the       when you are called. Please contact Ellen
1066.                                                         Donations accepted from
                                                                                                  town’s three elementary schools once a
                                                                June 22nd-August 12th                                                               at 565-4150 for more information.
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                                                                                                              Genworth Publishes
                                                                                                             Long-Term Care Costs
                                                                                   Kathleen Grady     The Genworth insurance company has
                                                                             Program Coordinator
                                                                                                     published its annual survey of long-term                      The Friends of Longmeadow Older
        LIVING HISTORY on LCTV                     help with your swing, you will benefit from       care costs nationwide and reports the                     Citizens Association would like to thank
          Every Tuesday, 6:30 pm                   Bob Lake’s individualized attention. $89 for      following median costs in Massachusetts                   the following individuals for their
  (repeated Wednesday mornings, 9:30 am)           6 classes (make-up classes available). Call       for various services:                                     donations during the month of May:
See these long-time Longmeadow residents           565-4150 to enroll.                                Homemaker Services         $23 an hour                   Pitch Group, Judith Arno, Venessa
interviewed about their experiences: Guy                                                             Home Health Aides           $25 an hour                   O’Brien, Inger Bolduc, Pauline Sample,
D’Antonio, Linda Abrams, Trudy Zancho,                        VETERAN’S GROUP
                                                                                                     Adult Day Health            $60 per day                   Leo and Elizabeth Vartanian, Dorothy
Selena Blake, Russ Hoekstra, Phebe Wallace,        No meeting this month. There will be a
                                                   meeting the first Wednesday next month,           Assisted Living          $4,950 a month                   Lofgren, Francis Simpson, Betty
Pam Rich, and Pauli Sample.
                                                   August 3rd.                                       Nursing Home                                              Rochford, Edward Lally Family, Doris
             ARTISTS’ STUDIO                                                                            (semi-private room)     $320 per day                   Zanghi.
          Tuesdays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm                         READING RADIO SCRIPTS                     Nursing Home
The dining room serves as a lovely air-              Thursday, July 7th 10:00 – 11:00 am               (private room)          $345 per day
conditioned studio for artists to spend an         The script this month is The Maltese Falcon,
afternoon together.     Anyone is welcome.         a thrilling Sam Spade mystery. Broadcast
Bring your own supplies for pencil, charcoal,      July 3, 1946, this radio play featured
water colors, or whatever your passion is.         Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor and Sydney
                                                   Greenstreet recreating the famous roles they
   NEW!!! FREE COMPUTER TIME                       played on the longer screen version. Join us          Here are several links to web sites
   Wednesdays in July 9:30 – 11:30 am              to read or listen.                                         about using the mouse:
Come in and practice your computer skills on
Wednesday mornings this summer.          Our           NEW!!! GENEALOGY COURSE
                                                                                                     Using the Mouse:
                                                                                                                                                                 OVER SIXTY CLUB
computer lab will be available provided you         Thurs, July 7, 14, 21, 28 12:30 – 1:30 pm
                                                   Find your family with a 4-week class in July      http://www.internet4classrooms.com/
can work independently.                                                                              entry_level_pc_mouse.htm
                                                   with John P. O’Connor, well-known from his                                                                   The Over 60 Club finished the season
                                                   work at the Springfield Museums and his           Computer Basics:
             BOCCE IS BACK!!!                                                                        http://learningladder.org/basics                          on June 2nd hosting the Longmeadow
Get a friend and arrange a time to play bocce.     monthly column in The Republican.
                                                   Beginners welcome. We have computers              Mouse Activities (link to puzzles):                       Middle Schools Jazz Bands and a pizza
We have a great set of bocce balls, and the
court is ready to go. Call 565-4150.               available to assist in the search, and the very   http://webinstituteforteachers.org/2000/curriculum/       party. We had fifty three paid members
                                                   experienced John P. O’Connor to provide           homeroommodules/compBasics/CBMouse.htm                    this year. Next season our meetings will
                                                   guidance. $12 for 4 classes. Sign up in the       Downloadable Games:                                       be on the second Thursday of the
                 BOOK CLUB                                                                           http://www.lawrencegoetz.com/programs/
     Tuesday, July 5 12:30 – 1:30 pm               office or call 565-4150.                                                                                    month. Please take note of the change.
In July, the selection is Too Close to the Falls
                                                         SUMMER ITALIAN CLASSES                      Palm Beach County Library:                                This will give us the chance to get the
by Catherine Gildiner. For August, the group                                                                                                                   VOICE well before our meetings.
                                                     Tues, July 12 – Aug 30 10:30-11:30 am           http://www.pbclibrary.org/mousing
will be reading Paris Wife by Paula McLain.                                                                                                                        We had a very good year and want to
                                                   Stefania Foster will be giving one Italian        Mouse Aerobics:
New members are always welcome.                                                                                                                                thank Karen Michelman, Kathy Grady
                                                   class for the summer months. Preceding the        http://www.ckls.org/~crippel/computerlab/tutorials/
                                                   class at 9:30, the Muzzy videos will be           mouse/page1.html                                          and Bari Jarvis for all the help they gave
         NEW!!! GOLF CLASS                         available. $72 for 8 weeks. Register at 565-
Wednesdays, July 6 – August 10 10:00 am                                                                                                                        us.
Whether you are a beginner or just need some
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                                                                                                             NEW!!! CLASSIC MOVIE:                         lawman (Matt Damon) to track her father's
                                                                                                                SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN                        killer into hostile Indian territory in Joel and
                                                                                                           Wednesday, July 13 12:30-2:15                   Ethan Coen's adaptation of Charles Portis'
                                                                                                     Starring Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor and              original novel. Sticking more closely to the
                                                                                   Linda Collina     Debbie Reynolds, Singin' in the Rain (1952)           source material than the 1969 feature
                                                                       Social Services Coordinator   is one of the most-loved and celebrated film          adaptation starring Western icon John Wayne,
                                                                                                     musicals of all time. The joyous film is a            the Coens' True Grit tells the story from the
WELLNESS CLINIC:                                   money on their health care. The program           charming, up-beat, graceful and thoroughly            young girl's perspective. Free.
at the Longmeadow Adult Center                     is administered by the Massachusetts              enjoyable experience with great songs, lots of
Mondays, 10:00 to 11:45 AM                         Executive Office of Elder Affairs in              flashbacks, and wonderful, unforgettable                                TRAVEL
Come and have your blood pressure                  partnership with hundreds of social               dances. It is often chosen as one of the all-
checked! Health counseling on other                service community based organizations.            time top ten American films and is generally              SHOW BOAT AT THE GOODSPEED
matters is also available with the nurses.         Additional financial support comes from           considered Hollywood's greatest and finest             Thurs, September 8th 10:30 am – 5:30 pm
If you need privacy to speak about a               the federal agency that administers               screen musical.                                       Come aboard for an epic American
health matter, please indicate this and            Medicare, the Centers for Medicare and                                                                  musical!      A sweeping tale spanning four
we will adjourn to a private area. If              Medicaid Services, the federal                         WATERMELON PATIO PARTY                           decades, Jerome Kern’s masterpiece is a
medical concerns require more than a               Administration on Aging, and in kind                       Thursday, July 14 noon
                                                   support from more than 400 community-                                                                   treasure trove of unforgettable music including
few minutes, please set up an                                                                        Enjoy the fruits of the season on our lovely          “Ol' Man River,” and “Can’t Help Loving Dat
appointment time the Community Health              based organizations. Call 565-4150 for            patio. If you come for lunch, come out to
                                                   an appointment.                                                                                         Man.”        Trip includes motor coach
Nurse.                                                                                               patio for dessert.       If you have lunch            transportation, lunch at the Griswold Inn, and
                                                                                                     elsewhere, you are welcome to come and try            orchestra seats at the Goodspeed Opera House.
BLOOD SUGAR SCREENING                              LIVING WELL- Chat Group Challenge
                                                   No July Meeting                                   our watermelon punch, cookies and other               $110 full price; $105 Longmeadow residents/
Wednesday, July 13th, 9:30– 10:00AM                Healthy aging means continually                   treats. Bring a friend, see an old friend, make       JCC members. Call 565-4150.
It is not necessary to “fast” prior to being       reinventing yourself, finding new things          a new friend. Free.
tested. Donation of $1.00 is requested to                                                                                                                             ONGOING ACTIVITIES
                                                   you enjoy, learning to adapt to change,                                                                 Artists’ Studio: Tuesdays 1:00 pm
cover testing supplies.                                                                                                 NEW!!!
                                                   staying physically and socially active,                                                                 Bocce: by arrangement
                                                   and feeling connected to your community            POOL EXERCISE AT GLENMEADOW                          Book Club: First Tuesdays, 12:30 pm
HEALTH INSURANCE COUNSELOR                                                                            Mondays or Fridays, July 18 – August 26              Bridge: Duplicate on Mondays and Fridays at 12:30;
Weds, July 13th & 27th, 9:00AM—Noon                and loved ones…. Challenge yourself to                                                                  Rubber Bridge Thursdays at 12:30 pm
                                                   make a change in your life that you feel                      11:00 am – 12:00 pm
The SHINE (Serving the Health                                                                        Join in a gentle water exercise program this          Bridge Lessons: Fridays, 10:00 am.
Information Needs of Elders) Program               will positively impact your overall                                                                     Bridge Refresher: Mondays, 10:00 am.
                                                   wellbeing! We will discuss these at our           summer, particularly good for arthritis and           Discussion Group: 3rd Tuesday, 12:30 pm
provides health insurance counseling                                                                 other aches and pains. The Glenmeadow                 Computer Coaching: Weds, 12:30 pm by appt
services to elderly and disabled adults.           Chat Group in August.
                                                                                                     pool is kept at a warm 86 degrees, and the            Computer: Social Networking: 2nd Tues 1:30 pm
SHINE counselors are trained to handle                                                               class is conducted by one of their experienced        Computer Troubleshooting: 3rd Tues 1:30-2:30 pm
complex questions about Medicare,                  FOOTCARE                                                                                                Genealogy: 4th Tuesdays, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
                                                   Friday, July 15th, 9:00- 3:00 PM                  trainers, George. Only a limited number of
Medicare supplements, Medicare Health                                                                spaces available. 6 classes for $30. Call 565-
                                                                                                                                                           Italian Classes: Tuesdays - 10:30 am
Maintenance Organizations, public                  Call 565-4150 for an appointment.                                                                       Knitting Group: Thursdays, 10:00 am -11:30 am
                                                                                                     4150 to register.                                     Mah Jong: Fridays, 12:30 pm
benefits with health care components,                                                                                                                      Movies: 3rd Thursdays, 12:30 pm Free.
free hospital care, prescription drug              BRUSH HOUR
                                                                                                       MOVIE AFTERNOON—TRUE GRIT                           Pitch: Tuesdays, 12:30 pm
assistance programs, drug discount                 Keeping your gums in good shape may                                                                     Pinochle: Tuesdays, 9:30 am
cards, and long-term health insurance.             also reduce your risk for respiratory                 Thursday, July 21 12:30 - 2:15 pm                 Polish Classes: Resumes in the Fall
Since 1988, the SHINE Insurance                                                                      Determined and brave, fourteen-year-old               Scrabble: 4th Friday, 9:30 am
                                                   infections, such as chronic bronchitis and        Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) convinces an
Counseling program has helped over                                                                                                                         Table Tennis: Thursdays, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
                                                   pneumonia, research suggests.                     aging U.S. marshal (Jeff Bridges) and another         Tap Dancing: breaks for summer
400,000 Massachusetts residents save
                                                                                                                                                           Trivia: Wednesdays, 10:00 am
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