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Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Vincentown, N.J. Permit No. 29 LIFE Office 601 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd. Pemberton, NJ 08068 Third Semester 2009–2010 Membership Year, April 1 thru June 30 July 1, 2009 –June 30, 2010 • LIFE Yearly Membership Dues Only $80 ($50 for April to June) May June WEBSITE: April Learning Is For Everyone Burlington County College Course Brochure An affiliate of Elderhostel at Summer 2010 http://staff.bcc.edu/LIFE/course.html/ Courses open to SUMMER Course Registration –April 1 through June 30, 2010 cut here BCC FOR OFFICE Name * ______________________________________________________ USE I.D. No. ______________________ ONLY MEMBERS ONLY Summer Semester Address *_____________________________________________________ Birth Date* ________________________ April 1–June 30, 2010 _____________________________________________________________ Email Address ______________________ Third Semester for the Telephone: Home*_____________________________ Business ___________________________________________ 2009– 2010 year *Required Information July 1, 2009 — June 30, 2010 COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE OFFICE USE START DATE END DATE DAY(S) TIME LOCATION Memberships Are Only $50 (for April through June) LFA-001-00 Membership Code 7/1/09 6/30/10 – – – Refund Policy No refunds for LIFE membership after the first class session. Under mitigating circumstances, new members may petition a request for a refund if they have not Important — Please Note: If a course requires attended any LIFE classes. If any class chosen is filled payment for materials or a trip, a separate Since members do not pay ❑ place my name on the waiting list check or credit card for the amount requested for classes, such refunds are ❑ call me to schedule another course must be enclosed with the registration. not possible. Do not combine the amount with the Office Use Only Date received __________________ membership dues. Third Semester for Summer 2010 Membership Year — Registration fee is only $50 Burlington County College Check # ________ Money Order # ________ ❑ Credit Card (see below) LIFE Office Credit Card users only (all information must be accurate and complete) 601 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd. ❑ Visa ❑ Mastercard ❑ Discover ❑ American Express Enter card number and sign below. Pemberton, NJ 08068-1599 Signature ____________________________ Telephone: Expiration Date 3 Digit Security Code from back of card. Zip Code LIFE Secretary 609-894-9311 or 856-222-9311 Mail registration form with check or money order made payable to: LIFE – Burlington County Ext. 1499 College, LIFE Office, 601 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd., Pemberton, NJ 08068-1599. If paying by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org credit card, complete credit card information above and sign your name. cut here ✃ Day Trips Walk with a Smile Grounds for Sculpture As seniors, we must stay fit. A perfect and EASY way Visit the beautiful 35-acre landscaped park in to keep in shape is WALKING. We invite you to join Hamilton Township. The gardens feature over 250 our walking group on Thursdays. We walk around sculptures, trees and beautiful flower displays. Enjoy the Delaware River beginning at the foot of High the self tour and lunch (optional) at the café or more Street in Burlington City. We cover almost 3 miles formal restaurant. Bus fare of $18 must be paid by and we have FUN while we exercise. Plus, we top off check or credit card to LIFE prior to April 22. our walk with a visit to UMM’s Ice Cream Parlor. No refunds after April 22. The bus will leave from LFB 187 83 – 9 Sessions the Security Building on the Mt. Laurel Campus at Apr 22 to Jun 17 TH 1:30 – 3:30 pm 9:30 on May 18. Admission fee of $8 to be paid at Burlington River Front (at end of High Street) the Gardens by each participant. Instr: Florence Jaquette & Jackie Koch LFB 206 80 – 1 Session May 18 T 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Pine Barrens Van Tours Meet at Mt. Laurel Campus Tour the Pine Barrens featuring pine and oak forests, Facilitator: Priscilla Anderson cedar swamps, mudflats and more. Along the way we may stop and explore some of the unique dry habitats. Take Me Out to the Ball Park Your feet can stay dry as we explore wet habitats; Tour Citizens Bank Park where the Phillies play. See “Nature in a Bag” kits bring the Pine Barrens to you. the locker rooms, dugouts, radio and TV facilities. Payment of $5 must be paid by check or credit card Get to go on the field – conditions permitting – and to LIFE prior to April 27. No refunds after May 3. more. Bus fare of $18 must be paid by check or credit The bus will leave from the Parker Building on the card to LIFE prior to April 16. Bring $5 if 65 or older Pemberton Campus at 2 pm and drive you out to for admission, $8 if under 65. No refunds after Whitesbog Village. April 16. Bus leaves from Mt. Laurel Campus Security LFG 285 80 – 1 Session Building at 1 pm. Return to Mt. Laurel around 5 pm. May 5 W 2 – 4 pm The tour is 90 minutes with resting places available. Meet at Pemberton Parker Bldg. Inst: PINES Staff LFB 207 80 – 1 Session May 11 T 1 – 5 pm Meet at Mt. Laurel Campus Facilitator: Joel Popler Life in a 1920s Company Town Van Tour Learn about the history of Whitesbog Village as it A Visit to Fairmount Park became an important company town for the Tour the famous waterworks, visit two historic cranberry industry. The tour includes a presentation homes on the National Historical Register, guided by that will take you back to 1920s work on the farm. professional tour guides, enjoy free time to walk You can participate in old-time house chores, through the Bourse Building in Center City cranberry bog work, visit a worker’s cottage, barrel (restaurants of all types) and then a guided bus tour factory, and museum, and shop in the general store. of Fairmount Park. Bus leaves from Mt. Laurel Great outing to learn what life was like a century ago. campus at 9 am and returns at 6 pm. Bus fare of $25 Payment of $5 must be paid by check or credit card to must be paid by check or credit card to LIFE prior to LIFE prior to June 1. No refunds after June 10. April 13. No refunds after April 13. Bring $6 cash for The bus will leave from the Parker Building on the house tours ($3 each tour). Pemberton Campus at 10 am and drive you out to LFB 144 80 – 1 Session Whitesbog Village. May 7 F 9 am – 6 pm LFG 496 80 – 1 Session Meet at Mt. Laurel Campus Jun 16 W 10 am – 12 pm Facilitator: Lorraine Rocco Meet at Pemberton Parker Bldg. Inst: PINES Staff Days are abbreviated as follows: M - Monday, T - Tuesday, W - Wednesday, Th - Thursday, F - Friday, S - Saturday, SU - Sunday Pemberton Campus Water Workout Preventing Credit Card Fraud Come exercise in the shallow end of the college pool. While it is easy to become the victim of credit card Improve your balance, mobility, flexibility, and muscle fraud, there are many simple ways to protect yourself tone. Must bring doctor’s approval to first class against this loss. Learn how you can protect yourself session. against credit card fraud. LFP 100 14 – 10 Sessions LFI 223 82 – 1 Session Apr 16 to Jun 18 F 1 – 2 pm May 18 T 9:30 – 11 am Pemberton Campus Pemberton Campus ACAD Bldg Rm 224 Physical Education Building Pool Area Instr: Wanda Hardy Instr: Eleanor Gitto & Chris Handley Retirement Income Planning Water Workout – BAR As you approach or enter retirement, your mindset Balance, Aerobics and Resistance training will be needs to change from accumulation to distribution. emphasized along with agility and mobility in the Understand the annual income you’ll need during shallow end of the pool. Bring doctor’s approval to your retirement years to support your lifestyle first class. and learn how to position your assets to provide LFP 100 15 – 11 Sessions that income. Apr 14 to Jun 23 W 1 – 2 pm LFI 224 82 – 1 Session Pemberton Campus June 1 T 9:30 – 11 am Physical Education Building Pool Area Pemberton Campus ACAD Bldg Rm 224 Instr: Mary Ann Stankinas & Asst. Andrea Bauer Instr: Joseph Johnson Basics of Microsoft Office Suite Estate Planning Basics This course covers the fundamentals of each Estate planning is the process of mapping out how component of the Microsoft Office Suite. Each you want your personal and financial matters to be student will construct: a Word template, an Excel handled during periods of incapacity or at your death. income and expense spreadsheet, an Access address Learn how you can implement an estate plan. list. The course will be customized to the interest of LFI 225 82 – 1 Session the students. Students MUST have access to a June 29 T 9:30 – 11 am computer and some familiarity with it. Pemberton Campus ACAD Bldg Rm 224 LFV 109 12 – 12 Sessions M 10 am – Noon Instr: Joseph Johnson Apr 5 to May 10 ACAD Bldg Rm 207 May 17 to Jun 28 ACAD Bldg Rm 219 Managing Unsecured Debt No class May 31 This workshop teaches credit fundamentals. It Pemberton Campus Instr: Vernon Reeves reviews both the positives and negatives of having debt, along with strategic ways to reduce and Identity Theft – It Can Happen to YOU eliminate your debt. Whether they’re snatching your purse, diving into LFI 229 83 – 2 Sessions your dumpster, stealing your mail, or hacking into May 10 and May 17 M 10 – 11 am your computer, they’re out to get you. Learn how to Pemberton Campus ACAD Bldg Rm 104 protect yourself against identity theft and how to Instr: Kim Cole – Garden State recover from identity theft. Consumer Credit Counseling Service LFI 222 82 – 1 Session Apr 20 T 9:30 – 11 am Pemberton Campus ACAD Bldg Rm 224 Instr: Wanda Hardy Days are abbreviated as follows: M - Monday, T - Tuesday, W - Wednesday, Th - Thursday, F - Friday, S - Saturday, SU - Sunday Mount Laurel Campus Basic Quilting Bridge – Intermediate Play Learn to piece and appliqué. You will be able to Come and meet some new bridge playing friends. complete a wall hanging. Bring half-yard each of solid This class is for people who have already explored and print washed and ironed fabric. Additional “Beginning Bridge” and for those with previous supplies will be discussed at first meeting. bridge playing experience. Each week there will be a LFA 134 32 – 10 Sessions 15-minute lesson that focuses upon a specific aspect Apr 12 to Jun 21 M 10 am – Noon of the game followed by 90 minutes of playing hands No class May 31 related to these topics. Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 200 LFG 251 34 – 12 Sessions Instr: Maria & Emilia Coelho Apr 13 to Jun 29 T 2:15 – 4 pm Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 114 Fun & Games Instr: Maryann Stedman Are you a trivia buff? Join us for questions and answers. Team competition! Lots of fun! Keep your Mah Jongg I – Learn/Play mind active! Yes, we are smarter than fifth graders! Easy to learn – you’ll “graduate to play” usually LFG 135 32 – 8 Sessions within a couple of weeks. Join the fun! Apr 21 to Jun 9 W 12:30 – 1:50 pm LFG 270 34 – 10 Sessions Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 206 Apr 22 to Jun 24 TH 2 – 4:30 pm Instr: Rotating Instructors Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 114 Instr: Marlene Hendler Are You Smarter Than? Are you smarter than a seventh grader? Team Mah Jongg II – Lets Play competition: you will not be alone. Multiple choice You’ve learned and are anxious to play. So let’s play. questions, all subjects. Date of the game: April 16. Please bring a current Mah Jongg card and, if you Sign up if interested and you will be contacted ASAP. have one, a Mah Jongg set. LIFE won last year!! LFG 284 35 – 10 Sessions LFI 226 32 – 1 Session Apr 22 to Jun 24 TH 2 – 4:30 pm Apr 8 TH 12:30 – 1:30 pm Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 114 Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 134 Instr: Marlene Hendler Instr: B. Carrieri The Importance of Long-Term Care Planning Come Play (Learn) Chess Discussion on “Long-Term Care.” Why is planning Learn the basics of chess and then play. Come play important? What does Medicare cover? What is chess if you know the game. All levels welcome. Bring skilled vs. custodial care? What are ADLS? We’ll a chess set and/or board (optional). answers these questions and you can bring some LFG 178 33 – 10 Sessions questions of your own. Apr 19 to Jun 28 M 2 – 4 pm LFH 137 32 – 1 Session No class May 31 Jun 9 W 1 – 2:30 pm Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 114 Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 207 Instr: Joel Popler Instr: Amy Nichlas, Craig Kinsey, Cadbury @ Home Continuing Care Counselors Bridge – Beginner Play Are you looking for a new, mentally stimulating game Discussion with a Touch of Psychology that can be fun and socially rewarding? Come out and Meet with the shrink and leave in the pink. learn to play bridge! Each week there will be a lesson Topics will be chosen from the class. that introduces a new bridge concept, a general LFH 234 32 – 4 Sessions review of those previously discussed, followed by May 6 to May 27 TH 2 – 3 pm playing scripted hands that reinforce these concepts. Mt. Laurel Campus Rm TBD LFG 248 33 – 12 Sessions Instr: Dr. Elvira DiCola Apr 13 to Jun 29 T 3:30 – 5 pm Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 114 Instr: Maryann Stedman Mount Laurel Campus, continued Dentistry Enlightenment Improving Communication Skills This course will inform students about solutions to Through Self Improvement any dental problems. It will offer positive and For the shy through the experienced speaker. money-saving prevention procedures, cost effective It is not what you say, but how you say it. There are prosthetic solutions and cutting edge-solutions to challenges we meet everyday that need a prepared restorative and prosthetic problems. and planned spoken approach. From negotiating with LFH 300 33 – 8 Sessions car salesmen to chairing a meeting; or when and how Apr 12 to Jun 7 M 11 am – 12 pm to present our findings and how to get our points No class May 31 across. The goal is to inspire confidence and improve Mt. Laurel Campus listening, speaking and thinking skills in a fun High Technology Incubator Rm 102 alternative way. Instr: Dr. Frank Dadino, DDS LFG 262 33 – 5 Sessions Apr 27 to May 25 T 2 – 3:30 pm Religions East & West: Mt. Laurel Campus Buddhism, Hinduism, Monotheism High Technology Incubator Rm 102 Buddhism & Hinduism (Eastern) originated in India. Instr: Stephen Fingerman Judaism, Christianity and Islam (jointly known as “Monotheists,” also called Abrahamic or Western The Human Dynamics Faiths) originated in Jerusalem. As two distinct We must not fear growing old, but we must fear not groups, the Eastern and the Western religions took GROWING. divergent paths to spirituality. We will discuss the LFI 170 96 – 1 Session cause of divergence and the consequences. Jun 15 T 2 – 3:30 pm LFH 222 32 – 10 Sessions Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 134 Apr 8 to Jun 10 TH 9:30 – 11 am Instr: Dr. John Damiano Mt. Laurel Campus High Technology Incubator Rm 101A History of American Popular Music Instr: Vijay Kapoor (Rock n’ Roll, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Hip-Hop) Students will learn the evolution of American How Mutual Funds Work Popular Music by getting an overview of the history A primer on how mutual funds work and how to get of its major components, including major artists, them to work for your benefit. We will look at the events, and record labels as it all relates to American basic funds: stocks, bonds, money markets; as well as history during the respective timeframes. Each the more exotic: sector, commodity, hybrid, emerging session will be interactive for the students with the markets, even hedge funds. instructor combining lecture, slide presentations, LFI 227 32 – 4 Sessions audio presentations and visual presentations to bring April 12 to May 3 M 2 – 3:30 pm the history alive. Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 210 LFM 179 32 – 4 Sessions Instr: Len Carber Apr 22 to May 13 TH 2 – 4 pm Mt. Laurel Campus TEC Bldg Rm 210 Reverse Mortgages 101 Instr: Bob Davis Reverse mortgages can be an integral part of retirement plans for senior homeowners 62 and over. How to Increase Your Energy by 300% This course will describe in detail the history of Discussion about four necessities of life. We will reverse mortgages, how they work, their benefits and discuss power meals, keeping energy up, power their drawbacks, and the myths and misconceptions breathing, and the amazing ability to heal oneself. — and provide the information for seniors or their LFG 286 83 – 1 Sessions family members to help decide whether the product is Apr 12 M 12:30 – 1:30 pm right for them. Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 206 LFI 212 32 – 1 Session Instr: Dr. Joseph Denney Apr 22 TH 1 – 2:30 pm Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 209 Instr: John W. Kennedy Mount Laurel Campus, continued Power Stretching for Maximum Results Learn the Basics of French Many injuries can be prevented with just minutes of Parlez-vous francais? Have you ever dreamed about Power Stretching daily. Once you lose your flexibility, strolling along the Champs Elysees, or enjoying a it’s gone forever. Poor posture is not hereditary, but glass of Chardonnay at a sidewalk café in Paris? family patterns are. Power stretching must be Or perhaps you would simply like to be able to combined with chiropractic care in order to maximize order something delectable at a French restaurant, your healing potential. “en francais”? Then join French teacher Diane LFG 287 83 – 1 Sessions Chiocca on a magical journey through the sights May 10 M 12:30 – 1:30 pm and sounds of France, its people and its culture. Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 206 LFL 178 82 – 8 Sessions Instr: Dr. Joseph Denney Apr 10 to Jun 5 S 10 – 11:30 am No class May 29 Mt. Laurel Campus Laurel Hall Rm 306 Instr: Diane Chiocca Mount Laurel Library The Human Dynamics Reverse Mortgages 101 We must not fear growing old, but we must fear not Reverse mortgages can be an integral part of GROWING. retirement plans for senior homeowners 62 and over. LFI 170 95 – 1 Session This course will describe in detail the history of May 11 T 2 – 3:30 pm reverse mortgages, how they work, their benefits and Mt. Laurel Library Rm 1 Instr: Dr. John Damiano their drawbacks, and the myths and misconceptions – and provide the information for seniors, or their What You MUST Know family members, to help decide whether the product is right for them. About Long-Term Care Learn to understand, evaluate and compare competing LFI 212 93 – 1 Session insurance policies, how to make sense out of the May 6 TH 1 – 2:30 pm many choices and options, and how to deal with Mt. Laurel Library Rm 1 Instr: John W. Kennedy insurance agents. Understand what Medicare and Medicaid will and will not cover, and why nursing Exercise Science and Fitness homes are becoming a thing of the past. What are the Have fun while learning an easy way to keep the body advantages and disadvantages of home health care? in good physical shape. These exercises will focus on LFH 102 82 – 1 Session strength and flexibility designated for or designed to Apr 29 TH 10:30 am to 12:45 pm strengthen different parts of the body. The course is Mt. Laurel Library Rm 1 Instr: Charles Klayman designed to provide knowledge, not to solve health problems. (Not a certified trained physiologist.) Bring your own large towel or mat. LFP 105 82 – 8 Sessions Apr 13 to Jun 1 T 10:15 – 11:30 am Mt. Laurel Library Rm 1 Instr: Harriett L. Adderly Days are abbreviated as follows: M - Monday, T - Tuesday, W - Wednesday, Th - Thursday, F - Friday, S - Saturday, SU - Sunday Willingboro JFK Patenaude Center Reverse Mortgages 101 Managing the Foreclosure Process Reverse mortgages can be an integral part of This class is taught by a HUD approved Agency retirement plans for senior homeowners 62 and over. Housing Counselor. The housing counselor will This course will describe in detail the history of instruct the class on ways to assist in avoiding reverse mortgages, how they work, their benefits and foreclosure, how to handle the process of foreclosure, their drawbacks, and the myths and misconceptions – the mediation process, and services that are available and provide the information for seniors, or their to homeowners in NJ. family members, to help decide whether the product LFI 231 83 – 2 Sessions is right for them. Jun 23 W 10 am –12 pm LFI 212 94 – 1 Session Willingboro Jun 10 TH 1 – 2:30 pm JFK Patenaude Center Instr: Kim Cole Willingboro Garden State Consumer Credit Counseling Service JFK Patenaude Center Instr: John W. Kennedy Famous Supreme Court Cases Frank Sinatra: Why He Matters & Our Civil Rights The 20th Century American Song Book consists of We will be dealing with some of the leading selections by brilliant and gifted American composers Supreme Court cases involving interpreting the such as the Gershwins, Jerome Kern and many more. 1st and 14th amendments. These involve “separate Never before has there been such beautiful music. but equal” schools for African-Americans, voting This session surveys Frank Sinatra’s key role in the rights, prayer and Bible reading, displaying the Golden Age of American Music. Ten Commandments, creationism and evolution, LFM 186 32 – 1 Session and taxes used for private schools. May 14 F 2 – 4 pm LFS 140 32 – 10 Sessions Willingboro Apr 13 to Jun 15 T 10:30 am – Noon JFK Patenaude Center Instr: William Campbell Willingboro JFK Patenaude Center Instr: Bernard Katz Conversational German Basic German without grammar. We will hear Social Relationships German talks on CDs and see German skits on TV. and Resolving Negative Feelings We will review culture, art, history, politics, Six one-hour PBS programs, “The Emotional Life” entertainment and travel. Also sing folk songs. hosted by Harvard psychologist Dan Gilbert, on LFL 128 83 – 6 Sessions improving social relationships and negative feelings Apr 20 to May 25 T 1:30 – 3 pm and the search for greater happiness, followed by Willingboro class discussions. JFK Patenaude Center Instr: Georg Erk LFH 245 32 – 8 Sessions Apr 12 to Jun 7 M 1:30 – 3 pm Dealing with Finances While Unemployed No class May 31 This workshop focuses on creating a budget for those Willingboro with limited income. The ability to read and JFK Patenaude Center Instr: T. Houseknecht understand credit reports is addressed, along with steps to improve credit scores. This information is vital for those seeking employment. In addition, direction is given as to how a budget may be adjusted to reflect potential income, once employment is obtained. LFI 230 82 – 2 Sessions Jun 7 and Jun 9 M & W 10 – 11 am Willingboro Days are abbreviated as follows: JFK Patenaude Center Instr: Kim Cole M - Monday, T - Tuesday, W - Wednesday, Garden State Consumer Credit Counseling Service Th - Thursday, F - Friday, S - Saturday, SU - Sunday BCC Mount Holly Center The Movie Critic God in America We will review and discuss three delightful musical Where did the idea of our government begin? What do fairy tales: Ella Enchanted, Donkey Skin and the etchings on our Washington monuments tell us? Enchanted. LFG 279 81 – 1 Session LFG 244 82 – 3 Sessions Apr 13 T 1:30 – 3 pm Apr 22, May 20, Jun 17 TH 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Mt. Holly Center Rm 115 Instr: Marilyn Loiacono Mt. Holly Center Rm 115 Instr: Douglas Olsen Learn to Play the Recorder Mystery Book Club This is a flute instrument with beautiful clear tone. Discussion of three mystery novels: If I’d Killed Him We use the soprano and alto size for familiar tunes When I Met Him… by Sharyn McCrumb; Death in the in ensemble. A study book is required. Bring your Family by Jill McGown; The Tale of Briar Bank by own recorder. Susan Wittig Albert. LFM 177 82 – 6 Sessions LFG 216 82 – 3 Sessions Apr 12 to May 17 M 12:30 – 2 pm Apr 30, May 28, Jun 25 F 11 am – Noon Mt. Holly Center Rm 115 Instr: Marion Constable Mt. Holly Center Rm 115 Instr: Judy Olsen Establishing a Budget that Works Can’t Live Without Books This workshop includes important components Discuss of three novels: Twenty Chickens for a Saddle such as why a budget should be established, the by Robyn Scott, The Illuminator by Brenda Vantrease, steps needed to be addressed prior to constructing and The Help by Kathryn Stockett. the budget, the creation of the budget, steps needed LFG 274 82 – 3 Sessions to ensure a balanced budget, and tips on maintaining Apr 16 Rm 202 the budget. May 14 Rm 115 LFI 228 83 – 2 Sessions F 9:30 – 10:30 am Jun 11 Rm 115 F 11 am – Noon Apr 16 (Rm 202) and Apr 30 (Rm 103) Mt. Holly Center Instr: Judy Olsen Mt. Holly Center Instr: Kim Cole Garden State Consumer Credit Counseling Service Photography for Beginners Very basic photography concepts – composition, depth of field, etc. Please bring your camera and camera instruction book to class. LFA 133 82 – 3 Sessions May 25 to Jun 8 T 10 – 11 am Mt. Holly Center Rm 115 Instr: Steve Walter AARP MONEY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Low income older or disabled persons can receive help organizing mail, setting up budgets and paying bills. For more information about this free service, call (609) 894-9311 or (856) 222-9311, ext. 1358 or 1498. Willingboro Route 130 Town Center The Human Dynamics Retirement Income Planning We must not fear growing old, but we must fear not As you approach or enter retirement, your mindset GROWING. needs to change from accumulation to distribution. LFI 170 94 – 1 Session Understand the annual income you’ll need during Apr 13 T 2 – 3:30 pm your retirement years to support your lifestyle and Willingboro Room 115 learn how to position your assets to provide that Route 130 Town Center Instr: Dr. John Damiano income. LFI 224 32 – 1 Session Identity Theft – It Can Happen to YOU May 25 T 9:30 – 11 am Whether they’re snatching your purse, diving into Willingboro Room 113 your dumpster, stealing your mail, or hacking into Route 130 Town Center Instr: Joseph Johnson your computer, they’re out to get you. Learn how to protect yourself against identity theft and how to Estate Planning Basics recover from identity theft. Estate planning is the process of mapping out how LFI 222 32 – 1 Session you want your personal and financial matters to be Apr 6 T 9:30 – 11 am handled during periods of incapacity or at your death. Willingboro Room 113 Learn how you can implement an estate plan. Route 130 Town Center Instr: Wanda Hardy LFI 225 32 – 1 Session June 15 T 10 – 11:30 am Preventing Credit Card Fraud Willingboro Room TBD While it is easy to become the victim of credit card Route 130 Town Center Instr: Joseph Johnson fraud, there are many simple ways to protect yourself against this loss. Learn how you can protect yourself against credit card fraud. Days are abbreviated as follows: LFI 223 32 – 1 Session M - Monday, T - Tuesday, W - Wednesday, May 4 T 9:30 – 11 am Th - Thursday, F - Friday, S - Saturday, Willingboro Room 113 SU - Sunday Route 130 Town Center Instr: Wanda Hardy Burlington County College Campus and Center Locations & Addresses Pemberton Campus Willingboro Town Center 601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road 300 Willingboro Parkway Pemberton, NJ 08068 Willingboro, NJ 08046 Mt. Laurel Campus Mt. Holly Center 500 College Circle 1 High Street (Located on Route 38 near I-295) Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 Willingboro Mount Laurel Library JF Kennedy Center 100 Walt Whitman Avenue 429 JFK Way Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 Willingboro, NJ 08046 The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Utilize your talents and share your experiences! RSVP is “one stop shopping” for anyone aged 55 and over who wants to find challenging, rewarding and significant service opportunities in Burlington County. RSVP offers maximum flexibility and a choice for service opportunities anywhere from a few hours to as often as you would like. RSVP needs people to fill a variety of volunteer opportunities. The following seven are only a sampling of what we have to offer. Chronic Disease Self-Management – Tutoring and seeking coordinators to teach others how to Mentoring Opportunities “Take Control of Your Life.” Free training provided to facilitate groups. Please contact RSVP if you are interested in learning more about the program, or if you are a facility Tax Aid that would like to host a workshop. Healthy-Bones – free training provided for coordinators to lead groups in exercise State Health program that increases balance and bone Insurance Counselors density. Help others fight osteoporosis. 911 Cell Phone Bank Program – seeking coordinator to provide free Bi-lingual emergency cell phones to older adults Outreach Volunteers and victims of abuse. RSVP can come to faith-based groups, senior facilities, 50+ communities etc. to provide information and/or training. Please contact Karen Bennett at email@example.com, if you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities that provide challenge and freedom of choice. Phone (609) 894-9311 x1498 About LIFE Dr. Robert Messina, President of MEMBERSHIP Burlington County College, invited LIFE RIGHTS into the BCC family in 1990 and has A LIFE membership entitles you to supported us ever since. Our take as many classes a year as you organization falls under the Office of care to and can reasonably handle. Community Enrichment. LIFE is self You are also invited to a Fall governing by a volunteer Executive Welcoming Function, the Holiday Board, which is elected by the Party and the Annual membership. Our current President is Meeting/Luncheon. Members will Nate Taylor (609-894-9311, ext. 1772). also receive The LIFE Gazette, our Email LIFE at firstname.lastname@example.org. newsletter, and announcements of Since March 1990, under the upcoming events. We are a volunteer sponsorship of Burlington County organization and request member College and in cooperation with participation in the operation of this Elderhostel, LIFE offers adults 50 years organization, in addition to or older the opportunity to pursue attending classes. Members may informal educational goals. join the mailing squad, be an instructor, help as an office assistant, and/or become a CLASS CANCELLATION committee member. Give a little of If the class is cancelled by the instructor, your time in whatever way you can. the instructors should set up a telephone Class sizes: Generally the size of a tree at the first session to ensure that class is determined by the instructor every class member is notified. The and/or the Fire Commissioner. instructor may cancel a class even if the When an over-enrollment occurs, College is open. students will be placed on a waiting If BCC is closed due to inclement list and will be contacted if an weather or other emergencies, no classes opening occurs. will be held on the college campuses and PLEASE NOTE: At the instructor’s the student will be called by the BCC call discretion, a class may be cancelled system. College closings will be posted to due to insufficient enrollment. the college website, www.bcc.edu and to the telephone switchboard message for LIFE Website: the weather hotline (prompt 8). http://staff.bcc.edu/LIFE/course.html Local radio and television stations are Email: LIFE@bcc.edu also notified. Make-up sessions for cancelled class will be at the instructor’s discretion.