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   Seasoned Living is compiled and edited by Campbell County ‘s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program and the Campbell County Recreation Department

                                                                                 in Courthouse
      Please Note!
                                                                                Friday, December 4
   WHEN CAMPBELL                                                                6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE                                                             Rustburg’s Historic
                                                                                Courthouse Square
 CLOSED AND THE VANS                                                          FREE TO THE PUBLIC
    WILL NOT RUN                       Be our guest for the third annual Campbell County Christmas in Courthouse Square. Cook-
                                        ies, cocoa, holiday craft vendors, and a visit from Santa Claus will add to this holiday event.
                                        The evening will be concluded with a traditional candle-lighting ceremony and a Christmas
                Happy                                                         carol sing-a-long.
               Birthday                   Vendors are welcome. For more information, or to request a vendor registration packet,
                                                        please contact Beth at (434) 332-9570, 592-9570, or 283-9570.
               To You!
                                                                                                while the scammer’s counterpart robs or cases
   Mr. Norvell Anderson Sr.             Local Scams Target Senior                               the home. In some cases partial repair work is
     Mrs. Helen N. Barrett
       Mr. James Bryant                          Citizens                                       completed to allow for more time to find and
     Ms. Josephine Burks                                                                        inspect a senior’s valuables, with the intent of
     Ms. Lynne Burnham                 With the nationwide rise of fraud and scams,             returning to the site to rob the household.
      Mrs. Jeanne Clubb                senior citizens are often targeted as potential          Captain Cindy Caldwell of the Campbell County
     Mrs. Marie Coleman
                                       victims; Central Virginia is no exception.               Sheriff’s Department and TRIAD, encourages
     Mrs. Rosa Crabtree
    Mrs. Sandra Dempsey                Sweepstakes scams, false charities, home                 seniors to be cautious. “Citizens should never
       Mrs. Dale Dillard               improvement schemes, and other deceptive                 open the door to anyone offering unsolicited
    Mrs. Shirley Forloines             tactics are designed with one intention – taking         services. If you did not specifically call and
        Mrs. Estelle Hall              resources from un-expecting citizens. Knowing            request a service, do not let these individuals into
    Mrs. Barbara Hamilton              how to protect yourself as well as being aware           your home. Caldwell also encourages citizens be
    Mrs. Gloriann Hamlette             of commonly used scamming techniques can                 aware of local solicitation laws. “All solicitors
     Mrs. Peggy Haymore                greatly reduce the risk of being victimized.             must obtain official permits from the governing
     Mr. William Jackson
                                                                                                locality in which they intend to render products or
        Miss Alice Klein
     Mrs. Ruby M. Mason                Seniors can protect themselves by following              services and must carry this official certificate
      Mr. Richard Minter               some basic guidelines:                                   with them. If a vendor does not have this permit,
      Mrs. Willie Monroe                        • Do not open your door or allow                he/she is not legally permitted to solicit in
     Mrs. Myrtle G. Price                           strangers into your home, espe-             Campbell County.”
   Mr. James L. Richardson                          cially if they appear to be offering
      Mrs. Marjorie Rorer                                                                       If you have been victimized by a scam, help is
                                                    unsolicited services (services              available. The Campbell County Victim and
     Mrs. Elma M. Smith
   Mr. Bobby L. VandeLinde                          you did not specifically request).          Witness Protection Program offers services to
        Mr. Curtis Wade                         • Avoid giving any personal                     assist you in the legal process and provides
       Mrs. Lois Wheeler                            information to any unsolicited              qualified staff to help you obtain the resources
         Mr. Jim Yates                              vendor or caller.                           you need. Campbell County TRIAD (a
      Mrs. Sandy Becton
    Mr. William M. Brinkley
                                                • Keep doors and windows locked;                collaboration between local law enforcement,
                                                    lock sheds and outbuildings.                senior advocacy groups, and senior citizen
     Mr. Robert Cardwell
     Mrs. Frances Crance                        • Be wary of calls claiming you or              representatives) and the S.A.L.T. Council
       Mr. Michael Daly                             a relative owe money and calls              (Seniors And Law enforcement working
        Ms. Pat Farmer                              claiming you’ve won prizes or               Together), were formed to offer support, provide
    Ms. Shirley T. Garbee                           are entitled to an inheritance.             safety materials and resources, and increase
       Mrs. Betty Hueber                                                                        awareness on safety issues for area seniors.
     Mrs. Janice Johnson                        • Contact local law enforcement if
                                                                                                Anyone seeking additional information on these
        Mrs. June Kelly                             you encounter suspicious
                                                                                                programs may contact Pam C. Cooke, TRIAD
    Mrs. Arline O. Manley                           individuals who call, approach or
                                                                                                Chair, at the Campbell County Victim-Witness
     Mrs. Hazel McGuire                             loiter near your home.
        Mr. Tito Ramos                                                                          Office (434-332-9520) or the S.A.L.T. Council/
    Mrs. Sandra Reynolds               One of the most common local scams involves              TRIAD by calling the 434-332-9580.
      Ms. Karen Sanders                seniors being approached by strangers who                Citizens can help by reporting any suspicious
     Mrs. Dollie S. Simon              offer home repair work or construction                   activities to local law enforcement by calling the
     Mrs. Carol Swinehart              services. In this scam individuals approach a
    Mrs. Marcia Wilkinson                                                                       Campbell County Sheriff’s Office at 434-332-
                                       senior’s home and offer to repair a roof, pave a         9580; if you need immediate assistance, dial
     Ms. Cynthia Zenj-Ra               driveway, or provide another form of                     911.
Make A Wish!
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                                                             Programs & Trips
                                                         For more information, please call (434) 332-9570, 283-9570, or 592-9570.

     Warm Memories on a Cold Winters Night!                                                  Wizards
               Storytelling with Delano Douglas                                                Vs.
                      Haberer Building Conference Room                                        Magic
                               January 8, 2010                                          Saturday, March 13
                                   5:00 p.m.                                              9:00 a.m. Motor
                                Tickets: $5.00                                    coach departs from Rustburg
                                                                           3:30 p.m. Locals play on the Wizards court
 Come join us for a great night of storytelling with Delano                       7:00 p.m. Wizards Game Time
 Douglas. Tickets are $5.00 and may be purchased at the
 Recreation Department.                                                            Cost is $99 per person
                                                                   Includes Upper Level Ticket to game, Snacks, Soft Drinks
 Brookneal Senior Center Rail-fence Quilt Raffle                                     & Water on Coach.

                                                                          $45 per person deposit due by December 10
                                                                                     Balance by January 8
 The drawing for the raffle will                                                First deposit is non-refundable
 be held on December 16,
 2009. Tickets are $1 each                                           For more information contact Sandy at (434) 332-9570.
 and can be purchased at the
 Brookneal Senior Center or
 at the Recreation Building in                                                    Wicked the Musical
 Rustburg. You need not be
                                                                                   Thursday, March 11, 2010
 present to win. Contact any
 senior center member or Debby Snell at 283-9570, 332-                                   2:00 p.m.
 9570, or 592-9570 ext 7219. Thank you for your support.                        Richmond’s Landmark Theater

                                                                                 Cost is $105.00 per person
                                                                          Includes transportation, tickets, and dinner
             On the Road Again...
                                                                            First deposit is due November 6, 2009
We are in the process of planning our trips for next year!
                                                                                  a payment plan is available
  Please call Sandy at (434) 332-9570 if you have any
 interest in the following trips. Please let us know by
                      November 10!                                 Seating is limited and tickets will be available starting in
                                                                    November. For more information please call Sandy at
                 •Baseball, April 2010                                                  (434) 332-9570
                •Football, October 2010
        •Pro Football Hall of Fame, August 2010
            •Myrtle Beach, April 26-28, 2010                                Library Computer Help Squad
         •Biltmore Estate, November 8-9, 2010
         •Colorado Train Trip, Sept 23-28, 2010                     The Rustburg and Timbrook Public Libraries now have
                                                                 computer tutors to assist anyone who needs help working on
                                                                  the computer. Perhaps you would like to set up an e-mail
Self-Directed Walking Program                                       account to receive information and photos from family
                                                                  members. Tutors will also assist with basic skills needed to
Due to the time change, this program will                         type letters in Word. They can also help direct a person in
resume in April 2010.
                                                                                   how to “surf” the Internet.
Guided Biking Program
                                                                 Tutors are available at Rustburg on Tuesday,
Saturdays and Sundays                                            Wednesday and Thursday. Call 332-9560 to
Time to be determined
                                                                 make an appointment. At Timbrook tutors are
Blackwater Creek Bike Trails
                                                                   there on Saturday morning and Monday
The group will meet at Paige Entrance                             afternoon. Make an appointment by calling
near the Awareness Garden. Please call                                             239-1190.
Sandy Becton at (434) 332-9570, 592-9570, or 283-9570
for details.
Volunteerism                                                                                      Page 3

                                  For more information, please call (434) 332-9572, 283-9572, or 592-9572.

     There is no more fitting time to
     say “Thank you” and wish you                                                Tammy, Lynne and
     a Happy Holiday Season and                                                       Felicia
     a New Year of health,                                                       Your RSVP staff
     happiness and prosperity

                                What’s in Your Envelope?
     Several years ago a couple attended their son’s wrestling match. The father
     despaired that the other team had no equipment. No sneakers, headgear or
     uniforms. The son’s team won the match. The mother left the match and
     went to the local sporting goods store and purchased equipment for the other
     team. On Christmas morning there was a white envelope stuck in the tree
     with the Father’s name on it. He opened it and beheld his present—the
     scrappy wrestling team adorned in full uniform and equipment. His Christmas
     present from his wife, not a shirt or a tie but a team of adoring smiles. The
     best gift he had ever received. What is in your envelope this Christmas?

                                           Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service,
                                                       January 18, 2010
                                 RSVP encourages all its volunteers to do something spe-
                                 cial for the community on January 18. Visit a nursing
                                 home, hospital or lonely neighbor in the spirit of service.
                                 Attend one of the many community events during the day
                                 celebrating Dr. King’s life. It’s a “Day on, not a Day off”.

                            Be a Helmeteer!
     RSVP’s newest project is knitting helmet liners for our troops
     in Afghanistan. We have the required wool and patterns. If
     you can help, please call our office! 332.9572

                                                       RSVP Goes “Harley” for Christmas!
                                                   RSVP has partnered with the local Rolling
                                                   Thunder motorcycle club to collect items
                                                   and pack baskets for the Salem Veteran’s
                                                   Hospital. Call our office for a list. 332.9572
                                                                 Clip It ‘n Keep It Recipe
                                                                 Christmas Wreath Cookies

                                                                 3/4 c. butter
                                                                 1 (16oz) bag of marshmallows
                                                                 7c. Cornflakes
                                                                 Green Food Coloring
                                                                 Blue Food Coloring
                                                                 Red Hots

                                                                 Melt butter in pan. Add marshmallows
                                                                 and stir until melted. Add food coloring
                                                                 until mixture is a nice “holly” green.
                      Campbell County Staff                      Remove from heat and pour over corn
                                                                 flakes in a large bowl. Mix thoroughly.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program                             On wax paper, form wreath shaped
(434) 332-9572, 283-9572, or 592-9572                            cookies and decorate with red hots to
Tammy Blair, Program Manager
                                                                 look like berries.
Lynne Burnham, Field Coordinator
Felicia Williams, Administrative Aide
Annie Younger, Van Driver
Campbell County Recreation Department Senior Programs Division
(434) 332-9570, 283-9570, 592-9570                                              We value your input.
                                                                 If you have a suggestion or questions regarding County
Sandy Becton, Senior Programs Manager                                   services, please mail written comments to:
Brenda Walsh, Coordinator                                                   Office of the County Administrator
                                                                                        P.O. Box 100
Debby Snell, Coordinator                                                           Rustburg, VA 24588
Delores Gowen, Van Driver
                                                                                       or email us at:
Maxine Davis, Van Driver                                                  Administration@campbellcountyva.gov
Shannon Decker, Program Aide                                             Your comments are greatly appreciated.
Karen Montgomery, Program Aide                                   Governing With Vision to be the most collaborative, professional,
                                                                                value-driven locality in Virginia.

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                                                                                                    U.S. Postage
        Campbell County Recreation Department                                                              PAID
                    P.O. Box 369                                                                    Rustburg, VA
                 Rustburg, VA 24588                                                                       24588
                                                                                                     PERMIT #29
 Senior Activity Schedule
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                                                                                                    For more information, call (434) 332-9570.

                                                                                                       Concord Happy Hearts
                       Altavista Friendship Senior Center
                                                                                                     Concord Community Center
                           Grace Community Church
                                                                                                    327 Midget Farm Rd., Concord
                       911 Grace Ave. Altavista, VA 24517
                                                                                                   Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
                        Mondays, 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     Coordinator: Brenda Walsh
                 Coordinator: Shannon Decker
                                                                       Wednesday, December 2
                Every Monday - Line Dancing                            Closed
       10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at the Altavista YMCA
             Every Tuesday - Breakfast Bingo                           Wednesday, December 9
    8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. at McDonalds - Bring a friend!              Devotion by Ruth Baelz, B/P Check, Business Meeting, Show-n-Tell
                                                                       by Loretta & Bertha (Cap cod), Cover dish
Monday, December. 7
Christmas luncheon at a local restaurant - time to be determined
                                                                       Friday, December 11
                                                                       Christmas tree Spectacular 6:00 p.m.
Monday, December. 14
Candy Bingo and Business Meeting
                                                                       Wednesday, December 16
                                                                       Devotion by Nancy Bryan, Christmas Party, Special Christmas Treat,
Monday, December 21                                                    Gift $5.00, Lunch Caterer by Joyce Sayre 352-7233, $12 per person.
Christmas party at the center
                                                                       Wednesday, December 23
Monday, December 28                                                    Closed
Center Closed for the Holiday
                                                                       Wednesday, December 30
Monday, January 4                                                      Closed
Pot Luck Luncheon
                                                                       Wednesday, January 6
Monday, January 11                                                     Devotions by Margaret Harvey, Business Meeting, (Special Guest)
Candy Bingo and games                                                  Celebrate Birthdays, Covered Dish
Monday, January 18                                                     Wednesday, January 13
Games and Trivia—Business Meeting                                      Devotions by Clyde Preas, Health Talk “How to handle Diabetes”
                                                                       B/P check, Lunch $3.00
Monday, January 25
Games and Trivia                                                       Wednesday, January 20
                                                                       Devotions by Leila Wilson, Show-n-Tell Brenda on her trip to
      Brookneal Young At Hearts                                        Lancaster, Fun and Games, Lunch $3.00
     Brookneal Community Center
      239 Main Street, Brookneal                                       Wednesday, January 27
   Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                                  Day Trip and Lunch
       Coordinator: Debby Snell                                                    Gladys Goodtimers
                                                                                Gladys Community Center
Wednesday, December 2
Set up Christmas tree and decorate, make a Christmas
                                                                               135 Long Island Rd., Gladys
pomander ( bring your own piece of fruit, Deb will bring                     Thursdays, 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Everything else). Pot luck soup for lunch (bring something to put in         Coordinator: Karen Montgomery
our soup pot). Cards in the afternoon.                                 Thursday, December 3
Wednesday, December 9                                                  2:30 p.m. - Odd Fellows
Decorate gingerbread men (Deb will bring in everything we need for     Thursday, December 10
this). Bag lunch, cards in the afternoon.                              2:30 p.m. - Avante
Wednesday, December 16                                                 Monday, December 14
Christmas & Birthday Celebrations                                      Edgehill Baptist   Leave Rustburg 11:00 a.m. Leave Gladys 11:15
Wednesday, December 23                                                 a.m.
Center Closed for Holiday                                              Thursday, December 17
Wednesday, December 30                                                 2:30 p.m. - Fairmont
Center Closed for Holiday                                              Thursday, December 24
New Year - New You! We will be walking in the upper room each          Center closed for holiday
Wednesday either before or after lunch. Let’s get fit!                 Thursday, December 31
Wednesday, January 6                                                   Center Closed for holiday
Movie Day, covered dish lunch, cards in the afternoon.                 Thursday, January 7
Wednesday, January 13
Brown bag bingo (bring a prize or two in bags), bag lunch, cards in    Thursday, January 14
the afternoon.                                                         Rehearsal
Wednesday, January 20                                                  Thursday, January 21
Fire marshal visit, covered dish lunch, cards in the afternoon.        2:30 p.m. Medical Care Center

Wednesday, January 27                                                  Thursday, January 28
Game day, covered dish lunch, cards in the afternoon.                  2:30 p.m. Heritage Green (The Fields)
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Senior Activity Schedule                                                                              For more information, call (434) 332-9570.
                       Gladys-Long Island Friendly Faces                                       Timberlake Sunny Side Seniors
                             The Serenade Center                                                        Grace Church
                          3070 Long Island Rd., Gladys                                        21129 Timberlake Road, Lynchburg
                       Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.                                          Tuesday, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
                        Coordinator: Sandy Becton                                                Coordinator: Brenda Walsh
Wednesday, December 2                                                  Tuesday, December 1
Devotion by Dec Group, Caroling/Caroling Crossword/Winter Trivia,      Closed
Secret Santa/Snacks
                                                                       Saturday, December 5
Wednesday, December 9                                                  Christmas Spectacular 2:00 p.m.
Devotion by Dec Group, Depart for Christmas Luncheon
                                                                       Tuesday, December 8
Wednesday, December 16                                                 Devotion by Brenda Walsh
Groups visit with Mr. Monroe, Luncheon with Mr. Monroe                 Business Meeting
 Gladys-Long Island will be closed from Dec 23-30, 2009                B/P Check
   Center will re-open weather permitting Jan. 6, 2010                 Are you at risk of a stroke?
Wednesday, January 6
Devotion by Jan. Group, Group Exercise/Muscles matter, Business        Tuesday, December 15
Meeting/Welcome back Gladys, Prepare Calendar for 1st six months       Devotion by Vioal Hazelton
                                                                       Celebration Christmas with Line Dancers
Friday, January 8                                                      Christmas Bingo $5.00 gift
“Warm Memories on a Cold Winters Night”                                At Moose Family Center
Story telling with Delano Douglas                                      Covered Dish
5:00 p.m. Doors open at 4:15 p.m.
Haber Building-Rustburg                                                Tuesday, December 22
Wednesday, January 13
Devotion by Jan Group, Group Exercise/Time Capsule, Dottie is back     Tuesday, December 29
Wednesday, January 20                                                  Closed
Devotion by Jan. Group, Group Exercise, “Celebrating Life”             Tuesday, January 5
Wednesday, January 27                                                  Devotion by Sue Jones
Devotion Jan. Group, Group Exercise, Group project—Something           Business Meeting
learned that made you tickle, Lunch with Sandy                         Winter’s Craft (Snowman)
          Rustburg On the Go Seniors
         Rustburg Presbyterian Church                                  Tuesday, January 12
       681 Village Highway, Rustburg, VA                               Devotions by BettyJane Prine
                                                                       B/P Check
         Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
                                                                       Health Talk Are you at Risk of Diabetes?
          Coordinator: Sandy Becton                                    Out for Lunch
Tuesday, December 1                                                    Tuesday, January 19
Christmas Bingo/Snacks, Send Cards                                     Devotions by David Espencheid
Tuesday, December 8                                                    Gladys-Long Island to visit
Meet at Center, Leave for Christmas Luncheon                           Special Guest
                                                                       Covered Dish
      Center will be Closed from Dec. 15 - Dec. 29
  Center will re-open if weather permits on Jan. 5 2010                Tuesday, January 26
                                                                       Devotion by Brenda Walsh
Tuesday, January 5
                                                                       Fun & Games
Devotion, Calendars, Bus. Meeting, Prepare Calendars for the first 6
                                                                       Out for Lunch (Ham’s)
                                                                       Birthday Rema Miller, Sandra Reynolds, Karen Sanders
Tuesday, January 12
Devotion, Calendars, Reports, Group does Chair Exercises, Time
Capsule, Our hour of learning something new                                                            TIMBERLAKE LINE-DANCERS
Tuesday, January 19                                                                                    Waterlick Moose Family Center
Devotion, Calendars, Reports, Dottie is back, Games                                                    934 Waterlick Rd., Lynchburg
Tuesday, January 26                                                                                       Tuesdays, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Devotion, Calendars, Reports, Group exercises, “Celebrating Life”                                        Coordinator: Brenda Walsh
                                                                       Every Tuesday
          Timberlake B-I-N-G-O’ers                                     Join Jim Harlow, Sr. and learn fun footwork!
        McDonalds, Timberlake Road
                                                                       1:00 - 2:00 p.m. - Square Dancing
       Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
                                                                       2:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Line Dancing
       Coordinator: Karen Montgomery

8:30 a.m. - Breakfast
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Fun begins!

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