December 2004 Issue _192 Vol by gabyion


									       DECEMBER 2009
Greater Glens Falls Senior Citizens Center
380 Glen Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Phone: 518 793-2189 Fax: 518 793-7640
web link:

Rene Clements, Executive Director
Shiela Satterlee, Assistant Director
Lauren Tompkins, Senior Outreach Specialist              PROUDLY CELEBRATING 50
Joan Counter, Administrative Assistant                   YEARS OF SERVING SENIORS IN
Todd Akins, Maintenance                                  OUR COMMUNITY!
Ann Leonka, Housekeeper

                                                         Bob Landry, Executive Director of the Glens Falls
                 COME ONE, COME ALL!                     Housing Authority, was a Board member of the
                     Annual                              Warren /Washington County Housing Coalition for
               CHRISTMAS BOUTIQUE                        the past 3 years and Adirondack Balloon Festival
                                                         for 20 years, actively involved with senior issues.
         Saturday, December 5, 9 A.M.-2 P.M.             Ken Baker is returning to the Board. He is an insurance
                                                         agent when he is not actively pursuing the projects of the
                   Home Baked Goods                      Glens Falls Kiwanis Club and continues to be a
Unique gifts, holiday decorations, jewelry and so much   wonderful volunteer.
more. Be sure to visit the shops on the second floor.
      Visit with Santa’s helper-Starting at 11 a.m.      Our thanks and gratitude to Lois Lattimore, Janet Ross,
 Enjoy the wonderful holiday décor and atmosphere of     Bob Hogan and Rose Place for their years of service to
                     Sherman House                       the Center. They plan to remain active and involved in
                                                         Center life. They will be truly missed.
The Christmas Boutique needs your baking expertise!                     CHRISTMAS BANQUET
Needed: Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Jams, and assorted                      Tuesday, December 8, Noon
bakery fare. Please wrap portions individually and                         Queensbury Hotel
deliver them on Friday or before 9 A.M. on Saturday.           Cash Bar in Ballroom beginning at 11 A.M.
We can use jewelry donations too.                                                 Menu
                                                                             Garden Salad
       NEW/LEAVING BOARD MEMBERS                                         Oven Roasted Potatoes
Welcome to new Board members:                                              Warm Crusty Rolls
Rose Stewart is very involved with the Association                          Wild Berry Torte
for the Hearing Impaired is a Navy retiree, operates                           Coffee/Tea
Rosie’s Country Cabins in Lake George, teaches lip                             Choice of:
reading, and is responsible for hearing devices                 Sliced Pork Loin/Rosemary Demi Glaze
available in many theaters.                                    Pan Seared Chicken Breast/Marsala Sauce
                                                                       Baked Sole/Lemon Butter
Denise McLaughlin, retired from Warren County
                                                                            Tortellini Alfredo
Family Court, NY State Supreme Court, was a court                              Cost: $18
attorney and was in private practice. She and her            Christmas Raffle Drawing – Door Prizes 50/50
dad, are now the only father /daughter Center duo.                      Reserve by December 2
She strives to keep the Center active and visible in                 Sponsored in part by Worlco
the community.                                             Please bring a canned/toiletry/packaged food item.
                 SENIOR SCENE                                              HEAP
                                                               (Home Energy Assistance Program)
                  Monthly News                             The HEAP program can assist you in meeting your
                                                        annual heat/utility costs. The federally funded program
    From the Desk of Lauren Tompkins                    may help you pay for electricity, gas, oil, coal, propane,
                                                        wood and kerosene. Even if heat and utilities are
         Senior Services Specialist                     included in your rent, HEAP may be able to help you.
                                                        You may be eligible for regular HEAP benefits even if
Greater Glens Falls Senior Citizens Ctr                 you have money in the bank, stocks, bonds or other

            COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS                            60 years of age
                BREAKFAST                                  Income under $2,030 for a family of 1
                                                           Income under $2,654 for a family of 2
When: Friday December 25, 10:00am                          A United States citizen or qualified alien
Where: Christ Church United
        Methodist, 54 Bay St. GF                                         DOCUMENTATION
Come join old and new friends at this second annual        Verification of age and address
Christmas Breakfast!                                       A current fuel and/or utility bill or a statement from
                                                            your landlord that heat and utilities are included in
                HOLIDAY DINNER                              your rent.
                                                           Proof of total current monthly income for all
When: Sunday December 6th, 12pm -?                          members of your household for the month in which
Where: VFW Post No 2475                                     you apply.
         30 Cooper Street, G.F.
All seniors are invited to the annual VFW “holiday         The Senior Center Outreach Office and Warren-
dinner”. Please call to make a reservation, 761-0531.   Hamilton Counties Office for the Aging will be doing
                                                        HEAP applications at the Senior Center Thursday,
           WHEN CAN YOU JOIN,                           December 10th from 10:00am-11:00am for Warren
            SWITCH, OR DROP A                           County residents. To schedule an individual
        MEDICARE ADVANTAGE PLAN?                        appointment or home visit call the Outreach Office at
Between November 15 and December 31 each year.
Your coverage will begin on January 1 of the                      Have a wonderful holiday season!
following year, as long as the plan gets your                               Lauren 
enrollment request by December 31.

    Between January 1 and March 31 of each year.
Your coverage will begin the first day of the month
after the plan gets your enrollment form. During this
period, you can’t do the following:
     Join or switch to a plan with prescription
        drug coverage unless you already have
        Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part
     Drop a plan with prescription drug coverage.

          Medicare & You 2010 Handbook

   If you need assistance call the Outreach Office
                     at 793-2189.
           TRIPS AND OTHER HAPPENINGS                                             POSSIBLE TRIPS
                                                               Douglas Orchard-fall apple picking in Vermont-lots of
                        NUNCRACKERS                            goodies, craft shop, a new location, all kinds of apple
                Saturday, December 12, -2 p.m.                 related items and foods-look for this in
       Saratoga Art Center- Departs Center 1: p.m.             September/October.
Van is full. Possible carpooling. Call if interested.
                                                                        WASHINGTON/MYRTLE BEACH
                TRIP PLANS FOR 2010                                          APRIL 10-16, 2010
                  March 18-25, 8 days
London/Paris-Collette Tours                                    OVERNIGHT TRIP TO TURNING STONE
Includes: Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Theatre
performance, Eurostar Train, Seine River Cruise, Norte                                  NOTE!
Dame, Eiffel Tower dinner, Cabaret Theatre dinner at           The sign up deadline for overnight and extended trips
Paradis Latin, (Louvre, Windsor Castle, Versailles             may seem early but tour companies MUST cancel two
Palace-options). Details in office.                            months in advance of the trip, so signing up early may
                                                               ensure the trip will go.
               COLORADO ROCKIES
          September 4-13, 2010-Collette Tours                       LAST CHANCE FOR RAFFLE TICKETS!
Includes: A tour of the west on vintage restored trains,               Raffle Prizes are: (tickets enclosed)
explore Durango, Vail, Denver. There will be a special              Wings Falls Full Sized Quilt
Collette program on this trip in February of 2010, so               1 Caned Chair
look forward to that armchair adventure. Insurance is               1 Caned Rocker
optional but highly recommended.                                    Tiffany type Chandelier
                                                                    Hyde Family Membership
                        NOISES OFF!                                 Autographed Rachael Ray Cookbook
               Homemade Theater, Saratoga                           Table Top Flower Wagon
Date to be announced-performed from April 16-May 2
A totally insane farce-hilarious, a cast that hates each            SHERMAN HOUSE IS THE CAT’S MEOW
other, mistaken identities, door slamming, drunken             The Center is now a “Cat’s Meow” collectible, $20 each,
actors, illicit love affairs and that’s only the rehearsal!!   limited supply, wonderful gift, a great way to honor a
This is a play about a play being performed while the          wonderful historic building. Wait till you see them. Buy
audience sees what is actually going on behind the set-a       yours today! Only 16 left.
truly side splitting comedy.

                       CAPE COD                                             BAD WEATHER CLOSING
               Monday-Friday, June 21-25                       When the Glens Falls Schools are closed due to bad
Diamond Tours presents:                                        weather the Center is closed. Listen to local radio
A chance to visit Hyannis, J.F.K. Museum and                   stations WWSC and WBZA for these announcements
Memorial, Sandwich, ferry to Martha’s Vineyard,                and other cancellation notices for programs and activities
guided tour of the Outer Cape, Eastham Windmill, Race          at the Center. School closings are also announced on
Point Visitor Center, Marconi Station, colorful                TV channels 6, 10 and 13.
Provincetown-home to artists, galleries, boutiques,
Chatham with panoramic views and rustic barrier                    GLENS FALLS YMCA SENIOR PROGRAM
beaches, dinner entertainment. Trip includes 4 dinners,                       January 1 – June 30, 2010
4 breakfasts. Travel insurance available. Brochures are        Cost $35 – payable to the Senior Center
in the office with more details.                               Tuesdays: 12:30-2 – Open swim, hot tub, Namic Center
                                                               for Health and Fitness
               VERMONT QUILT SHOW                              Fridays: 2-3:00– Namic Center for Health and Fitness,
                         June, 2010                            Hot Tub
Lots of judged quilts, many from our area, some from           Fridays: 3-5:00– Open swim, $3 fee
quilt groups, by kids of all ages, all kinds of fabric         Locker room and showers are available. If you wish to
available in addition to other craft items, jewelry, and       join the Friday Aquarobics Class, it will be an additional
lots of neat things to explore. Watch for date and sign        $4 per session for people over 62. Call the Center as
up, information in future newsletter. Very popular last        soon as possible to sign up. Program limited to 40
year.                                                          participants. Can’t beat this – great for winter blues.
                                                                        ONE STROKE PAINTING CLASS
          POTLUCK/DECORATING PARTY                                       Monday, December 7, 12:30-2 p.m.
               Tuesday, December 1, noon                      You will be very happy with the poinsettias on a plate
Bring a dish to pass and decorate Sherman House for the       that Annette Preston will help you paint. This is an easy,
holidays. This event is a lot of fun and the food isn’t bad   fun, and most rewarding project for you or as a gift. The
either!                                                       cost is $12 and all materials are furnished. Sign up by
                CHRISTMAS BANQUET                             December 3. Annette holds this class once a month and
               Tuesday, December 8, noon                      each project is different and unique.
Join us for this annual event which gets the holiday
season off to a warm and wonderful start.. We are so                       GOOD BOOKS CLUB MEETS
happy to have the chance to visit with all of you during                      Monday, December 7, 1 p.m.
this holiday time. See pg 1 for details-there might be        We will be discussing “The Guernsey Literary and
room if you have not yet signed up.                           Potato Peel Pie Society” by Annie Barrows and Mary
                                                              Ann Shaffer. What a different novel! The search for a
               Dessert Party/Wii Bowling                      literary article topic unravels the story of English
            Tuesday, December 15, 1:00 p.m.                   islanders cut off from the mainland for 5 years by
Join us for another Wii TV bowling session. Great             German occupation during the war. Meet a cast of
desserts and fun, thanks to WORLCO. Sign up by                characters who survive this ordeal by forming a book
December 11. We had 7 teams the last time.                    club- by mistake. This is a delightful novel full of
                                                              unforgettable people some of whom had never opened a
      ANDY WILLIAM’S CHRISTMAS SHOW                           book before. Find out how this group became known by
              Tuesday, December 22, 1 p.m.                    this very unorthodox title.
Remember those warm and fuzzy holiday specials with
Andy Williams and his family on TV? They epitomized                      HEAP APPLICATION SESSION
the charm and delight of the season. Enjoy that great                    Thursday, December 10, 10-11 a.m.
feeling and those wonderful shows again as well as hot        Lauren Tompkins, our Services Specialist, as well as
chocolate and goodies.                                        Chris Little from Warren County Office for the Aging
                                                              will be available to explain, answer questions, and enroll
               NEWSLETTER MAILING                             people for fuel assistance. Refer to Lauren’s column on
              Tuesday, December 29, 1 p.m.                    page 2 for eligibility guidelines. You do not need to
A busy time to prepare the newsletter for mailing with        make an appointment, just drop in.
the holidays etc. but we need to get the newsletter out to
you. We had 22 people in November and we were                              LIFELINE SCREENING DAY
finished in an hour! We promise refreshments and jokes,                  Monday, December 14, 9:30-4 p.m.
chatter and laughter and a good feeling of doing a job        There is still time to sign up for this $149 screening. The
that is so very necessary. We thank you all for coming        Center is closed for all other activities that day.
each month!                                                   Call 1-800-407-4557, use code HSC6623 to register to
                                                              have carotid neck/leg arteries, abdominal aortic
            SPECIAL BINGO PLANNED                             aneurysm, and bone density checked. Plan about 60
           Wednesday, December 2, 1:15 p.m.                   minutes for these non-invasive tests.
Wear red and green, antlers, Christmas shirts, etc. for a
fun afternoon of Christmas Bingo. Lots of prizes,                      RED CROSS SAFETY PROGRAM
refreshments, only a nickel a game, quarter for the                        Monday, December 21, 1 p.m.
cover-all. No need to sign up, just drop by and have a        Possible power outages, ice, snowstorms, stuck cars-
good time.                                                    sound like an Adirondack winter? Red Cross
                                                              representatives will be discussing safety measures and
          CENTER CLOSED FOR SET UP                            handing out safety packets which will help us survive
              Friday, December 4, all day                     possible emergency situations.
Help set up for the Christmas Boutique today. Details on
page one. We will have all kinds of holiday items, baked                   BE A SANTA TO A SENIOR
goods. Santa will visit. The Thrift Shop and Boutique                     Wednesday, December 16-all day
will be open. Come enjoy the warm holiday atmosphere.         Bring your unwrapped senior Christmas gift in by
                                                              December 16. We are proud to be a partner with Home
              SALE CLEAN UP HELP!                             Instead helping our community seniors at holiday time.
Please help on Monday, December 7, starting at 9a.m.
           APPEAL FOR CRYSTAL AKINS                                        SPOTLIGHT ON SENIORS
Crystal Akins suffers from Cystic Fibrous and is need of            Thanks to an anonymous donor, the Senior
a double lung transplant. She has already spent a week at            Steppers Line Dancing group has new shirts for
Duke University Hospital for tests to determine whether              their performances. They have been busy
she can have the surgery. The family needs $10,000 in                recently entertaining at Cambridge Guest House
the bank prior to the process and the surgery itself is              and performing as part of the Hudson Falls Red
$750,000, some of which insurance will cover. This                   Hatters holiday party for Ft. Hudson nursing
does not include transportation, housing for her husband,            facility residents.
Todd, our maintenance man, while she is at Duke, and                The computer room is available Mondays,
the multitude of other costs. There is a fundraiser at               Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Rainer’s on December 6. Tickets are $25 at the door,                The food collection box is in the Center library
$20 in advance. If you want to help this family by                   and the need is greater than ever. The holidays
making a contribution, buy a ticket, donate a prize for              bring food, visitors, toys for kids, and holiday
the raffles at the fundraiser, etc., call 518-824-5773.              spirit to many in our area. And when the
                                                                     holidays are over, the hunger and the basic daily
            HOLIDAY RED HAT EVENT                                    needs go on. The Center donates the food
             Thursday, December 10, 6 p.m.                           collected at the Christmas banquet and continues
The After Five Red Hatters will meet at the Ramada Inn               to supply area food pantries with food you bring
on Exit 19 for dinner and a holiday grab bag event.                  in all year long.
Call for menu choice and pay at Center by December 6.               Thanks to our librarians, Edie Searles, Barbara
Cost is $20. Thanks to Alberta Leon and Jan Urban, this              Sheehan, Peg Fish, Lois Lattimore.
month’s committee. Should be lots of fun.                           The Queensbury Methodist Church has
                                                                     delivered a total of 412 lovely prayer shawls
      ADVISORY/HOSPITALITY MEETING                                   (from yarn donated by the Center) along with a
             Tuesday, December 15, 11 a.m.                           prayer card for people who are ill. You can
We will discuss ideas for future programs/trips/services             donate yarn to the Center at any time.
as well as, plan the menu and workers for the January               Get ready for the big basket raffle in April.
fundraising lunch. Great way to meet new people.                     Baskets available from the Center.

       Wednesday, December 30, 8:30-9:30 a.m.                             HAPPY HOLIDAYS  
Thanks again to Lois Wiegert, our volunteer nurse, who         From the Staff and Board of Directors of the Greater
holds this clinic each month. Please sign up by                Glens Falls Senior Center, we wish all of you and your
December 29, so Lois will know how many to expect.             families a Peaceful and Healthy Holiday Season and
Orange juice provided. Fast from midnight on for the           Best Wishes for the New Year!
sugar screening.

           BOARD GAME AFTERNOON                                             CHRISTMAS PRODUCTION
           Wednesday, December 30, 1 p.m.                                  Terry Rabine presents Santa’s List
Come enjoy scrabble, trivial pursuit and a variety of                 12/18, 12/19, 12/20-Friday, Saturday, Sunday
other board and card games as well as refreshments.            Call the Center for times for this family holiday play,
                                                               which celebrates the spirit of giving and forgiving.
   DEFENSIVE DRIVING SCHEDULE FOR 2009                         Someone has lost the naughty and nice list and two elves
We will hold AARP taught classes at Travelers building,        plot to take control of the toy making operation. Tickets
333 Glens St., 9th floor, 9-5 p.m., $10 at class time on the   are $10 for seniors, two matinees and two evening
following Fridays:                                             performances at the Wood Theatre
February 20, March 20, April 17, May 22, June 19,
July 24, August 21, September 18, October 23, and                            ICE MELT AVAILABLE
November 13.                                                   The Glens Falls Home, Inc.has a limited supply of
You need to sign up through the Center. Thanks to
                                                               ice melt to distribute to those in need. Limit one
Encompass for providing the space.
                                                               container per household. Form in office. It is Glens
     GIFTS “IN MEMORY” AND “IN HONOR”                          Falls Home’s way of ensuring you are safe this
A monetary donation in a friends/relatives name benefits       winter. Thanks for their generosity and for looking
Center programs and services. An acknowledgment                out for your safety.
letter is sent to the honored person/family. What a
thoughtful gift!
                    WELCOME!                                  OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO THE
         The Senior Center Members and Staff               FAMILY AND FRINDS OF CENTER MEMBERS:
Welcome the following Corporate and Center Members:       Jeannette Yaffee, Calvin Coolidge Wanser,
Janet Hunt, Sandy Norris, Elsa Sanders, Susan Mills,      Alberta Blake, Charles DeVries, Dorothy Bailey and
Donna Nobile, Frank and Yolanda Cardone,                  Filomena Carota

                   WALKING CLUB
Meet at Center, Thursdays, 9 a.m.                                      MEMORIAL DONATIONS
Winter walks are usually indoors at malls or Civic                 We gratefully acknowledge donations
Center. All have a great time. Good exercise for winter               In memory of Filomena Carota
months.                                                                     Given by Janet Ross
                                                                      In memory of Charles DeVries
                                                          Given by: John and Shirley O’Neil, Robert Churchill,
            HAPPY BIRTHDAY!                               Shirley Cleveland, Kimberly Duskas, Kathleen LaBelle,
             We extend our best wishes                    and the Glens Falls Senior Center Service Club
          to all of you who celebrate your
                birthday in December.
                     We wish you                                    MARK YOUR CALENDARS . . . . .
      Health, Happiness, Joy & Peace!                        1/4        Good Books Club                 1:00
                                                             1/5        January Birthday Party          1:00
    SERVICE CLUB SCHEDULE                                    1/6        Special Bingo                   1:15
12/3 Sarah Benway-Slate Valley Museum, Dir.                  1/12       Bunco Game                      1:00
12/10 Member Bill Gerdes-Personal Life                       1/14       Lunch Bunch                     12:00
                                                             1/20       Fundraising Italian Lunch       12:00
12/17 Doug Wrigley-NW Passage on Ice Breaker
                                                             1/25       One Stroke Painting             12:30
12/24 No Meeting-Merry Christmas
12/31 No Meeting-Happy New Year
                                                                    COME AND JOIN US!
                                                          CENTER MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN TO 55+ SENIORS
                                                                NO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS.
                                                                   CALL THE CENTER FOR INFORMATION
December ’09 Calendar at a Glance
                                           Thursday, December 10
Tuesday, December 1                        9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   9 Woodshop/Walking Club,p8
9-12 Computer Class by appt.               10-11 HEAP Application Session, p6
10 – 12 Thrift Shop                        10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15-11:30 Bingo                          10:15 Chair Yoga
12 Pot Luck/Decorating Party, p6           12:30 Service Club Lunch
12:30 - 2 Seniors @ YMCA                   1 Program, p8
1:30 Caning Class, p6                      1 Red Hat Christmas Party/Ramada

Wednesday, December 2                      Friday, December 11
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9 Woodshop/Bridge                          9 Bowling
10 – 12 Thrift Shop                        10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Beginning Line Dancing               12:30 Duplicate Bridge
1:15 Special Bingo, p6                     2 Seniors & YMCA
                                           3 YMCA Swim
Thursday, December 3
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   Saturday, December 12
9 Woodshop/Walking Club, p8                1 Departs Center for Nuncrackers, in Saratoga
10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Chair Yoga                           Monday, December 14
12:30 Service Club Lunch and               9:30-4 Lifeline Screening Day, p6
1 Program p8                               NO other activities

Friday, December 4                         Tuesday, December 15
9 Bowling                                  9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
Center Closed for Boutique Set Up          10 – 12 Thrift Shop
2 Seniors @ YMCA                           10:15 Bingo
3 YMCA Swim                                12:30 – 2 Seniors @ YMCA
                                           1:00 Dessert Party/Wii Bowling, p6
Saturday, December 5
9-2 Christmas Boutique, p1                 Wednesday, December 16
                                           9-4 Be A Santa To A Senior, p7
Monday, December 7                         9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9 Clean Up Day, p6                         9 Woodshop/Bridge
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10 – 12 Thrift Shop                        10:15 Beginning Line Dancing
10:15 Performing Line Dancers              11:30 Performing Line Dancers pot luck lunch
12:30 One Stroke Painting Class, p6
1 Good Books Class, p6                     Thursday, December 17
                                           9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
Tuesday, December 8                        9 Woodshop/Walking Club, p8
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   10 – 12 Thrift Shop
No Thrift Shop                             10:15 Chair Yoga
No Bingo                                   12:30 Service Club Lunch &
11:00 Center Closes                        1 Program, p8
12 Christmas Banquet, p1
12:30 – 2 Seniors @ YMCA                   Friday, December 18
                                           9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
Wednesday, December 9                      9 Bowling
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   10-12 Thrift Shop
9 Woodshop/Bridge                          12 Duplicate Bridge
10 – 12 Thrift Shop                        2 Seniors @YMA
10:15 Beginning Line Dancing               3 YMCA
12:30 Cards
December ’09 Calendar at a Glance          Friday, January 1
                                           Center Closed
Monday, December 21                        Happy New Year! May you have a safe and healthy
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)   New Year!- Here comes 2010
10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Performing Line Dancers
1 Red Cross Safety Program, p7

Tuesday, December 22
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9-12 Computer Class by appt.
10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Bingo
1 Variety Tuesday, p6

Wednesday, December 23
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9 Woodshop/Bridge
10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Beginning Line Dancing
12:30 Cards

Thursday, December 24
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9 Woodshop/Walking Club,p8
No Chair Yoga
11 Center Closed

Friday, December 25
Center Closed
Happy Holidays!

Monday, December 28
Center Closed
Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, December 29
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9-12 Computer Class by appt.
10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Bingo
1 Newsletter Mailing, p6

Wednesday, December 30
8:30-9:30 Blood Pressure/Sugar Clinic
9 Woodshop/Bridge
10 – 12 Thrift Shop
10:15 Beginning Line Dancing
1 Board game afternoon, p7

Thursday, December 31
9 Osteo Busters/Strength Training (RSVP)
9 Woodshop/Walking Club,p8
no Chair Yoga
11 Center Closed

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