November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 1 Vol. 1 No. 11 Nov 1- Dec 15 2009 Makes A Change… To better accommodate our readers, we will be offering advance information about upcoming events. The November issue introduces a new reporting schedule that will run from the 15th to the 15th of each month. The current issue will cover information for a 45 day period (i.e. November 1st – December 15th) to get us on track for the coming months. The December issue will officially begin this new rotation providing event information from December 15th – January 15th . Each month to follow will be on the new rotation. Readers will now have timely information that overlaps receipt of the newsletter, so they will NOT miss out on the fantastic events planned the first week of the month. East Valley Adult Resources Locations Red Mountain Active Adult Center Mesa Active Adult Center Apache Junction Active Adult Center 7550 E. Adobe St. 247 N. Macdonald St. 1035 N. Idaho Rd. 480-218-2221 480-962-5612 480-474-5260 What’s East Valley Adult Resources Inside Non-Profit 45 West University, Suite A US Postage PAID Mesa, Arizona 85201 Mesa, Arizona Permit 314 EVSS Foundation ..............................................3 Community Services ....................................4-7 News and Happenings from: Red Mountain Active Adult Center .............8 Mesa Active Adult Center ...............................9 Apache Junction Active Adult Center ....... 10 Page 2 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources, Inc. Administrative Offices 45 West University, Suite A • Mesa, AZ 85201 Phone: 480-964-9014 • Fax: 480-898-7306 Dan Taylor, Executive Director www.evseniorservices.org Affiliated Organizations East Valley R.S.V.P. 247 North Macdonald St. • Mesa, AZ 85201 2009 Board of Directors We a r e On Tuesday, November 10th we will be East Valley Adult Resources Foundation, Inc. changing the having our Veterans Day Celebration at each 480-964-9014 ext. 107 newsletter a bit this of the Active Adult Centers. It is critical to Douglas Gray-President Discovery Point Retirement Apts. month. If you look our society’s fabric that we remember and Marv Turley-President Elect 408-924-6474 on the front page honor our veterans, as well as, those currently Howard Rubin-Vice President East Valley Adult Resources, Inc. is published on you will note that the serving in our armed forces. We have started Karen Stegenga-Secretary the first of each month by Miller Media Services. dates are November an individual Veterans Assistance service at Joseph O’Reilly, Ph.D.-Treasurer 1 – December 15. our Mesa Center - Mondays from 9:00am In the future the -11:00 a.m. Board Members newsletter will get The annual Thanksgiving Celebrations Terry Benelli to you by the 6th will be held on Wednesday, November 25th. Jeffrey A. Bither or 7th each month We will be serving a delicious traditional Elton Bordenave and will cover a 15th – 15th time frame. We Thanksgiving meal with festive entertainment MEDIA SERVICES Bob Dailey PRINTING PUBLISHING PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS have struggled to get it to your home or office at each Active Adult Center…proving yet Pat Donahue by the 1st of each month, however with the again to be a very memorable event. Pat Esparza For advertising information: printing and mailing process, the time frame Since this newsletter covers our programs Amy Fellner call Miller Media Services at for receipt is typically beyond the 1st. To through the middle of December, I would like John G. Ford (480) 361-4431 or e-mail better accommodate your information needs, to make a special plea this year to support our JoAnn K. Freeborn email@example.com we have adjusted the content to overlap the Holiday Meal Campaign. Each year we ask Jay A. Furness 1st week of each month. We hope that this for a $5.00 donation to sponsor a Holiday Coiya Kirchner The East Valley Adult Resources, Inc. is will be a definite improvement in providing Meal for someone who is homebound. Barbara Mezinko provided to the community by Miller Media advance event information to you. This year we have the Modern Woodman Robert “Bob” Phillips Services at no cost to the foundation or its Our major signature event takes place of America matching the campaign up to associates. Due to the limited amount of Donna V. Rodgers on Thursday, November 19th. The Expo $2,500, so we really need your support. available space, all submitted material may be Arlene Strandberg edited or omitted as deemed necessary by the for Active Adults opens for the 18th year Additional information about this program Ann Weber publisher and EVAR, Inc. representatives. at The Mesa Convention Center. As we is in the newsletter, and on the Web at www. go to print we anticipate close to 100 evadultresources.org - click the donation box, Mission: businesses to participate with entertainment, select Holiday Meals and your donation will We value the experience of the generations by providing opportunities to connect, demonstrations, free snacks and much more. immediately be credited to our account. We contribute, and care for each other. The entertainment will be the Come Back have taken a number of measures to ensure Values: Buddy trio who features the music of Buddy the security of the site and to maintain your • Promote positive aging Holly. Did you catch the new name for the confidentiality. • Focus on education and preventive health Expo? The active adult label is now a part Have a great month and a half and enjoy • Deliver quality service of each center name. the wonderful weather. • Understand, respect and incorporate the diversity of needs • Engage and honor volunteers • Provide a caring and safe environment • Emphasize participatory governance • Involve all generations of the population Great reasons to make the citadel your home Peace of Mind Top quality services at reasonable prices with no buy-in Experience Service excellence for more than 30 years Choices Customize your cultural, spiritual, and educational experiences Independence Freedom from home maintenance on an active senior campus Restaurant-Style Dining Enjoy an elegant dining experience with skillfully prepared meals Activities Events, outings, recreation, seminars, and more Location Live in beautiful, sunny Mesa 480.832.7600 520 South Higley Road Mesa, AZ 85206 www.centurypa.com A SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 3 Ten Ways to Redefine Yourself - Shifting East Valley Adult Resources Foundation, Inc. Gears to Successful Retirement 2009 Board of Directors By Cynthia Barnett in October ’09 Senior Daily Living Newsletter Officers: Board members: Have doubts about retiring? A bit frustrated because you have no idea what the future Jim Best – President Jacqueline Hough Frame entails. Shifting gears from a working professional to a successful retiree can be easy. Ten Nancy Benhardus – Vice President David Weed ways you can use to transition: Douglas Gray – Treasurer Nathan A. Skinner Nancy Fleming - Secretary 1. Partial disengagement from working fulltime - Retirement is new growth. 2. 3. Change your image – “What will I become next?” Appreciate yourself – Personal worth is far beyond the work you did in the past. Acknowledgments: “We gratefully acknowledge the financial support from our major contributors.” 4. Stay connected – Interact with people you have a common interest. Corporate Trailblazers 5. Remain active – Retirement is not just rest and relaxation. East Valley Adult Resources, Inc., Leisure World Foundation of Arizona, Inc., 6. Consider options– Do what you want to do and let no one tell you what you need The Arizona Republic/News 12-Season for Sharing, The East Valley Tribune, to do while in retirement. Banner Baywood Medical Center, Banner Heart Hospital, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives, 7. Increase your knowledge – Learning is a lifelong process. Southwest Ambulance, Bashas’, SecureHorizons by UnitedHealthcare 8. Explore your dreams - Fulfill your dreams. Business Partners: 9. Join a cause – Commit yourself to a worthy cause you believe in. Abrazo Advantage Health Plan, Angels Cremation & Burial, Banner Health 10. Maintain youthful attitude - Don’t act your age – have an attitude. BrightStar Healthcare, Card 4 Life, CareFocus Companion Care, Carestone Assisted Living, Cigna Healthcare of Arizona, Comfort Plus – Medical Supplies, Fairfield Residential Properties, Family Home Care, Inc., Fleming Financial Services Fountain View Village, Hannah’s Ah-Chin Casino Resort, Integrity Chiropractic Maricopa Hearing Center, Medical Arts Pharmacy & Home Health, Merrill Gardens at Mesa Mi Casa Nursing Center, Moving You Simply, LLC, Novara Clinical Research Preferred Care Partners, Sun Villa Apartments, Swagel Wootton Hiatt Eye Center The Citadel, The Court at East Mesa, The Manor Village at Downtown Ocotillo Cays Village Oaks, Visiting Angels, Waddell & Reed, Wells Fargo Government Entities: Area Agency on Aging –Region One, Pinal-Gila County for Senior Citizens, City of Mesa City of Tempe, City of Apache Junction, City of Chandler, Town of Gilbert Community Sponsors: Discovery Point Retirement Apartments, Mesa United Way, United Way of Pinal County, Desert Club November Financial Presentation Types of Annuities Jason Vos - Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors December Financial Presentation Annuities are probably the most maligned and misunderstood of all safe investment All about IRAs: alternatives. They have been around for centuries and are available in virtually every country around the world. Americans purchase more than $200 billion in annuities each year and One of the most powerful retirement savings tools available to you trillions of dollars are invested in annuities. Attorneys use annuities in the settlement of Jason Vos - Waddell & Reed Financial Advisor personal injury cases that pay lifetime benefits to the injured party. States use them to pay An individual retirement account (IRA) is a personal savings plan that offers specific lottery winners. Employers and governments use them to pay pension benefits to retired tax benefits. In fact, IRAs are one of the most powerful retirement savings tools available to workers. And don’t forget the average retirement-minded citizen looking for guaranteed you. Even if you have an old 401(k) or a plan at work, you should also consider investing lifetime income they can’t outlive. in an IRA. Annuities serve a useful purpose for the right set of circumstances, and no doubt will December’s presentation will be ‘All about IRAs’. Some of the topics we will be continue to be an important savings and investment option. Of course, like all savings and discussing include: investment options, annuities are not right for everyone. But, neither are mutual funds, bank • What are the differences between a Traditional IRA and Roth IRA? CDs, stocks, bonds and other investments. Annuities come in several different types and are • Can you deduct your IRA contributions on your federal income tax return? issued by insurance companies. They are the same insurance companies that insure your • What happens when you start taking money from your IRA? Are you required to? house, car, health, life and every other possession you value; so you can stop worrying about • What portion of your contributions and withdrawals are subject to income tax? them not paying off. • What types of penalties are associated with IRAs and how do you avoid them? This presentation will discuss annuities and provide information to help you determine if • What is an IRA rollover, and what options do you have when you leave a 401k or the annuity you own, or are considering, is right for you. If you understand what an annuity 403b at a previous employer? can and cannot do, it will be hard to fool you into buying something you don’t need or not to Please join us and find out how to take advantage of a once in a lifetime chance to convert buy something you really do need. It is just as bad to miss the bus as it is to take the wrong a Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. Why would you want to do this – what advantage to you? bus because either way you won’t get to your destination. At Waddell & Reed, we want you Red Mountain Active Adult Center on the right bus to a happy retirement where you’ll earn the most from the money you’ve 7550 E. Adobe saved for your golden years. 3rd Monday Red Mountain Active Adult Center Monday, December 21st 7550 E. Adobe 10:00am to 11:00am 3rd Monday, November 16th Multi-purpose Room A 10:00am to 11:00am Multi-purpose Room A Traditional & Roth IRAs An individual retirement arrangement (IRA) can help you save for retirement with either tax-deferred or tax-free growth of any earnings. You may also choose to use an IRA to supplement your 401(k) without increasing your tax burden. There are two main types of IRAs – Traditional or Roth. You can choose one or both depending on your tax situation and income. Which one is appropriate for you? Comparison Traditional IRA Roth IRA Earnings Earnings are tax-deferred until withdrawn (IRS early Earnings are tax-deferred and tax-free upon withdrawal withdrawal penalties may apply if you are under age 59 1/2). if certain requirements are met. Contributions may be tax-deductible depending on your Contributions are not tax-deductible. modified adjusted gross income and other factors. Contributions You may no longer make contributions for the year in which You may continue making Roth IRA contributions after you reach age 70 1/2; or in later years. age 70 1/2 if you have earned income. Income requirements No income limit to make contributions; however, you must Your modified adjusted gross income must be below have earned income to contribute. certain limits depending on your tax filing status. You are not required to take mandatory distributions at any age during your lifetime. Distributions Distributions are required beginning at age 70 1/2. Beneficiaries are subject to minimum distributions rules, but may not have to take a distribution in a specific year. Page 4 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 Eliminating the Silence... New Rehab Programs Increase Lets Talk About Incontinence Independence & Quality of Life By Jane Hankenhof Curry, BS, Gerontologist Incontinence is a topic not easily Disposable absorbent products are an Fountain View Village has recently protocols developed specifically for the discussed. The stigma associated with effective and convenient way to manage introduced a series of evidence-based clinical medical complexities of the frail elderly. incontinence has caused it to remain a incontinence. Today’s superabsorbent programs that allow for treatment of a wider Comprehensive in nature, the protocols “taboo” condition. Many individuals are technology eliminates embarrassing odors, range of prevalent geriatric health conditions. address key areas of treatment including proper so embarrassed by this condition they don’t leakage, and skin breakdown. Identifying the These specialty treatment programs are assessment, disease pathology, anatomy, mention it to their physician. Incontinence type of incontinence coupled with the amount focused on achieving the best possible physiology, and mechanism of action. ACP’s is “not a normal part of aging” nor is it a of urine flow and mobility level will assist in functional gains, improving quality-of-life, Physical Agent Modalities and proprietary disease. The loss of bladder control is a determining which product is right for you. and extending independence for residents and clinical protocols are founded in evidence- medical condition that affects approximately It is very important to note that not all others in the community. Safe, non-invasive based practice using recognized sources 25 million Americans. If left untreated disposable products are created equal. Low and medication free, the programs are such as The Agency for Healthcare Research incontinence can lead to isolation, loss of performance products comprised of cotton fluff reimbursed by Medicare and other insurance and Quality, The Cochrane Collaboration, freedom, and unnecessary frustration. or products manufactured for menstruation providers. Currently, the programs address The Ottawa Panel, and The Philadelphia There are five common types of are not effective in the management of the following conditions: Pain Management, Panel, along with the results of randomized incontinence, which can be experienced either incontinence. Bladder control products Wound Healing, Joint Replacement, CVA controlled clinical trials, controlled case separately or in a variety of combinations. comprised of superabsorbent polymers offer Stroke Recovery, Neuromuscular Disease, studies, and ongoing clinical experience. Stress incontinence is the leakage of a small the highest level of performance and will Urinary Incontinence, Contractures, Fall Learn more about these new modalities amount of urine due to sudden pressure on quickly absorb and neutralize urine. High Prevention, Arthritis, COPD, Neuromuscular at one of the upcoming the bladder experienced when laughing, performance products retain large volumes Re-education, and other conditions. “Vital Signs” presentations at the Active coughing, exercising, or lifting a heavy of urine, prevent leakage, control bacterial The new rehabilitation programs are Adult Centers: object. Urge incontinence is a sudden “urge” growth, eliminate odor and improve the implemented by the Therapy Department December 1st – Red Mountain Center - to urinate that is so strong that the bathroom quality of life. In addition, they also offer a in conjunction with Accelerated Care Plus (9:00-10:00) cannot be reached in time. Overflow cost-saving advantage. (ACP), a specialty rehab provider serving December 9th – Mesa Center - incontinence occurs when the bladder fills * Jane Curry is the Education Coordinator over 2500 skilled nursing facilities throughout (9:15-10:15) beyond capacity and urine spills. Individuals for Principle Business Enterprises, Inc, the U.S. The programs are built around state- December 30th - Discovery Point - may also experience the feeling of never being Dunbridge, Ohio. Principle Business of-the-art Physical Agent Modalities – the (9:30-10:30) able to empty the bladder. Reflex incontinence Enterprises is the manufacturer of Tranquility, same medical devices that have been used January 7th - Apache Junction - is an involuntary urination without any high performance incontinence products and for 30 years with professional, collegiate (10:30-11:15) sensation of a full bladder. It is possible to can be found at www.comfortplusonline.com and Olympic athletes to facilitate recovery be completely unaware of the need to urinate or visit our store at 5456 E. McDowell Rd. and improve performance. The efficacy and For further questions regarding the new when this happens. Functional incontinence Suite 118, Mesa, 480-545-8055. safety of ACP’s medical devices, including rehabilitation program contact: can result from a surgery, restricted mobility, * Article provided courtesy of Comfort Electrotherapy, Ultrasound, Shortwave Fountain View Village environmental barriers, medications, or Plus Medical Supplies Diathermy, and Infrared Therapy, have been 16455 E Ave of the Fountains mental disorders. documented in over 100 scientific research Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 articles. (480) 836-5000 Educational Event at Equally significant, these proven modalities are supported by clinical Banner Baywood Campus ratinig gs Saturday, Nov. 7 Celeb ginn n Free robotic surgery seminar What’s Up, Doc? An in-depth discussion with Mesa’s top surgeons about robotic-assisted ew Be surgery. Event will include a free light lunch. Choice of two events: 10 a.m. to noon or 1 to 3 p.m. Banner Heart Hospital Primrose/Lupine Rooms, Fourth Floor N 6750 E. Baywood Ave., Mesa Age-Defying Breakthrough Without A Facelift! Space is limited. Please RSVP to: (480) 854-5091 or firstname.lastname@example.org Destroy the Embarrassing, Frustrating Mollen Flu Shot Clinics Enemy Causing You to Look Years All clinics start at 9:00am Older. It’s Hidden Behind Those Wednesday, November 4th Thursday, December 10th Mesa Apache Junction Active Adult Center Chipped, Stained, or Missing Teeth! Active Adult Center 247 N Macdonald St - Mesa 1035 N. Idaho – Apache Junction It’s true- your smile is telling the world you look older 480-962-5612 480-474-5260 than you are. Revolutionary dental advances in Cosmetic Tuesday, November 17th Dentistry and Dental Implants can now give you the opportunity Red Mountain Active Adult Center to turn back the hands of time and get back what was stolen from 7550 E Adobe Street - Mesa you — your youthful appearance! 480-218-2221 Now it‘s possible to replace teeth with 90% of the force used to eat and smile with conﬁdence that you had when you were 18 years old. Do you know why a lot of people who can afford modern dentistry don’t have it done? They feel it will take too long to get that “million dollar smile”. We have discovered that the happiest dental patients are those that are serious about “looking great, feeling great, and they do what it takes to get their dental care done right.” “How Do I Find Out What Dental Implants Can Do For Me?” To receive a copy of the FREE report entitled: “9 Critical Secrets How You Can Turn Back the Hands of Time, Smile Conﬁdently and Chew Comfortably While Eating the Foods You Love” call our 24 hour toll free recorded message hotline number at 877-563-8426 or go to the website at, www.azsmiles. com and we’ll send you the report right away! The call is free and so is the report! November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 5 Mesa Life Options November 2009 Schedule Coffee and Tour Series Assistance For Independent Living Mesa Life Options Center 480-966-9704 165 N Centennial Way Suite 101 Assistance for Independent Living (AIL) offers a continuum of services tailored Downtown Mesa Community College to each individuals service needs. We provide adults (55 years and over) with housekeeping, laundry assistance, bathing assistance, respite care, medical and grocery Free & Open to the Public transport, visual paperwork support, friendly visiting, etc. These services are provided Mesa Fire Department offers Lifesaver Training by a staff of professionally trained home care aides and volunteers in the East Valley. Wednesday, November 18th - 9:00-10:30am 5 Reasons to Call us: A CPR and First Aid overview (This class does not certify you in CPR) 1. We are a Non-Profit (501 c3) This course consists of: 2. We conduct thorough Background Checks & Screenings 1. Familiarization with the 911 system and the fire department. 3. 40 hour Curriculum Training Required for Paid Staff 2. How to protect yourself from bodily fluids. 4. Affordable In-Home Services 3. What to do in an emergency. 5. Vital Volunteer program making a difference in the lives of seniors. 4. Learn First Aid skills for bleeding and shock 5. Hands on CPR with adult and infant mannequins 6. Choking: adults and infants Shop & Give… 7. Automated External Defibrillator use East Valley Adult Resources a chance to receive $5000 The Bashas’ annual “Shop & Give” fundraising program is in full swing again. Bashas’ offers Please call to register 480-461-6252 or email email@example.com an opportunity to help nonprofits like East Valley Adult Resources raise more funds. The nonprofit can raise up to $5000. Coffee with Johann Zietsman, Director So what can you do to help us raise funds for EVAR at no cost from now through April 30, Mesa’s Arts and Cultural Department 2010? Wednesday, November 25th - 9:00-10:00am • Ask to link your Bashas’ Thank You Card to EVAR group number – How can Mesa offer a variety of cultural opportunities to the community while maintaining 28876. You can make your card link at any Bashas’ checkout or service counters. its financial and economic sustainability? REMEMBER: even if you linked you card last year, you will need to re-link your card to be How is the Mesa Arts Center positioning itself to become a destination point in downtown involved in this year’s fundraising campaign. At that time, all purchases will be automatically Mesa? credited to EVAR. The more you purchase at Bashas’, the greater the opportunity EVAR has to receive $5000. Join us as Johann Zietsman answers questions and discusses available opportunities for you • You only have to link your Thank You Card to EVAR group number once. The link remains active to become involved. until April 30, 2010. REMEMBER: Your Thank You Card is NOT a credit card – no one can purchase anything on Please call to register 480-461-6252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org it. The card is a discount card that gives you savings on in store purchases. Remember to link your Thank You Card to EVAR group number…28876 Page 6 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 LEGAL SERVICES TAX PREPARATION Personal, Farm & Business Midwest Farm Background All Federal & State E-File Very Reasonable Rates File from AZ - Leave Later DALE R. THORSON Attorney, CPA Probate Avoidance Living Trusts - Wills - Power of Attorney AZ Attorney 27 Years CPA 36 Years Evening & Weekend Appointments (480) 641-3000 31 S. 63rd St. #2, Mesa (SE Corner of Main & 63rd St. 1/2 mile west of Power Rd.) email@example.com Web Address: www.dalethorson.com ATTENTION: Denture Sufferers… FREE Report Reveals The Shocking Truth About How To Stop Being A Victim To Wearing Those Agonizing Dentures Once And For All! A local doctor’s shocking new FREE report reveals the real truth about ill-ﬁtting, irritating dentures that pop-up, gag you, ﬂy out or get stuck when you are eating. If you’ve been told that you do not have any options and you are stuck with those dentures and using gobs of adhesive your entire life, then you must ﬁnd out the 3 dangers that denture wearers face, and the new revolutionary alternatives that are changing peoples lives. Readers of the recent special report have discovered that they can now have better ﬁtting, stronger, more enjoyable teeth, quickly and easily WITHOUT the frustration and embarrassment that dentures can cause. You don’t have to suffer with those irritating and uncomfortable dentures anymore. To receive a copy of the FREE report entitled: “The REAL Truth About Your Dentures! How To Eliminate The Irritation, Embarrassment, And Frustration Immediately!” call our 24 hour toll free recorded message hotline number at 877-563-8426 or go to the website at, www.azsmiles.com/implants and we’ll get you the report right away! The call is free and so is the report! November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 7 A contribution was received for the Home Delivered Meals program from Dr. & A Day in the Life of Home Delivered Meals. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson in memory of their dear friend Lynne Van Gould, Home Delivered Meal Director Joyce Goerner Laguna Woods, CA At Home Delivered Meals we are lucky group. We are so proud that he has decided to work with great staff and wonderful to serve and protect. Our hearts and thoughts In Memory of volunteers. Serving 400+ meals a day to are with him, and we wish him success and Glenn Gross our exceptional population of homebound safety… and a heartfelt thank you. It is that time of year again, when East Date of passing: August 23, 2009 and disabled folk. We provide them with a meal and a wellness check… and they allow Valley Adult Resources holds our annual From Ron & Joanie Newth us into their lives. Holiday Meal Campaign and the “Be A Santa As I have written in the past, our staff and To A Senior” program. EVAR teams up with In Memory of volunteers are exceptional. Their dedication Home Instead Senior Care to participate in Ralph Werner and commitment to this program is something the “Be A Santa To A Senior” program. It is a Date of passing: October 8, 2009 that constantly surprises me. We have staff wonderful program that enables us to provide that go far beyond their job description on a a special Holiday meal and gift to homebound daily basis. The care that they have for the older adults during the holiday season. Many clients is amazing. older adults are alone without families to The time has come for one of our celebrate with. This program allows us to exceptional staff to move on. Charles had be a part of brightening the holiday for our worked with Home Delivered Meals about 5 older adult community. So if you have a few years ago when he was very young and his hours that you would like to volunteer, Home dad worked here. He came back to our team Delivered Meals would love to hear from you. this summer, and worked in the department We welcome your involvement with the “Be A until October. Last month Charles left the Santa To A Senior” Program, or for our regular HDM team to join the National Guard. It has HDM meal delivery program – please contact been a pleasure to have him as a part of our Lynne at 480-962-5612. RSVP If you by any chance run into Grant Beginning December 1, 2009, Jerry Whitney around town or at Tempe St. Spellman will join us as a VISTA member, Luke’s, shake his hand or pat him on the assisting with marketing, newsletters and the back and congratulate him on his recent website. Bill Stout has been with us since accomplishments. the end of July and will soon be coming to Grant has just completed 9,500 hours visit your workstation. This is a wonderful of volunteer service at Tempe St. Luke’s opportunity for the East Valley RSVP and and just passed the 4,000 hours mark with East Valley Adult Resources to have these RSVP. Grant told us earlier in the year that two gentlemen help us to meet our goal of he was retiring, but he just couldn’t stay away. becoming an even better organization. Congratulations Grant! Do you Twitter? Use Facebook? My It’s getting close to the holidays and space? Don’t forget RSVP when you do. opportunities to volunteer are in abundance. It’s a great way to spread the word about the Be sure to check with us to find out where you volunteer things that you do. can spend some time helping others. Call Want to be a part of the planning process Shirley or Judy at 480-775-1466 for more for RSVP? Call us to become a member of the information. RSVP Advisory Committee. We meet once a We know that this is the time of year month and are looking for new members. If when incredible acts of kindness abound. We interested please call us at 480-775-1466. would love to share your stories with others. Don’t forget to hug a veteran and thank If you witness an act of kindness, big or small, them for their service. Veterans it’s not too please let us know. late to tell your story and mentor a Young RSVP has had the opportunity to partner Marine. Thanksgiving is a great time to with the Vocational Rehab program at deliver a holiday meal, serve dinner at a WEDCO Employment Center. We now have homeless shelter, spend a few hours sorting Jim Powell in our office to assist with AHCCS, food at the local food bank or visiting a ALTCS, QMB and SLMB applications. Jim homebound neighbor. Every good deed will also be assisting Shirley Kosisky with the comes back to us tenfold. Reap the harvest. VA Referral Program on Mondays. Page 8 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 Movies November 1ST- December 15th 1:00pm Conference Room NOVEMBER 11/3 Amistad – Anthony Hopkins A true story of enslaved Africans who overtake their captor’s ship. 11/10 Good Will Hunting – Robin Williams A professor helps a young boy genius who has trouble with the law. Dedicated Lunchroom Crew Join these smiling faces in the Cafe Dance with the SUNLAND COMBO 11/17 When Harry Met Sally – Billy Crystal on Wednesdays! Couple can’t seem to see past their companionship that they really love each other. Communication Through DECEMBER 12/01 Cast Away – Tom Hanks November 1st – December 15th The Generations! A FedEx engineer has a harrowing plane crash that leaves him isolated on a remote island. Happenings Join us for the Anniversary Celebration of 12/8 In Love and War – Sandra Bullock (*Pre-registration required) Red Mountain Active Adult Center A beautiful nurse and a heroic soldier in search of NOVEMBER & East Valley Adult Resources an adventure that changes their lives forever. Mon. 2nd 9:00 am Sign Chi Do Tuesday, November 3, 2009 12/15 Fools Rush In – Matthew Perry 10:00 am Choral Group 9:00 to 11:30 A romantic comedy about a casual night of Tue. 3rd 8:00 am Walking Club Red Mountain Active Adult Center romance that turns into the love of a lifetime. 9:00 am-11:30 am JOIN US for our ANNIVERSARY FREE POPCORN FOR MEMBERS CELEBRATION! 7550 E. Adobe Street - Mesa 9:00 am Antique Telephone Exhibit \ with 2009 - 2010 sticker on card at Café! Wed. 4th 1:00 pm Dance: Sunland Combo Band $2/$3.00 Movie Committee: Muriel Frolich 1:00 pm Dementia Care Program * Partners Meet and Greet Thur. 5th 8:00 am Walking Club 9:30 am Refreshments provided by United 10:00 am 6:30 pm 6:45 pm Carl Nyberg Acting Lessons Take Charge of Your Life Health Care 10:00 am Recognition and history of East Feature Event Valley Adult Resources & Red Mountain Friday, November 6th 7:00 pm Line Dancing Lessons* Active Adult Center Fri. 6th 9:30 am Gramma’s Line Dancing Variety Show! 9:30 -11:20 Presented by: Dan Taylor, President/CEO 9:45 am Computer Club Open Topic and Jane Eck, Center Director Mon. 9th 10:15 am Red Mountain Chorus Western Songs Gramma’s Line Dancing Variety Show! Tue. 10th 8:00 am Walking Club 10:30 am “Communication through the A Good Time For All! Wed. 11th CLOSED VETERAN’S DAY! Generations” Theme: ‘Here, There, And Thur. 12th 8:00 am Walking Club Want to know how to connect with other Everywhere!” 9:00 am Tax Overview generations? Join us and our presenter Wear: Red, Black & White 10:00 am Doc Jordan (Poet & Musician) Entertainment Linda S. Thompson! 1:00 pm Matter of Balance Graduation* 6:00 pm 6:45 pm Dementia Holiday Party* Take Charge of Your Life Dementia Care Social Services Program 7:00 pm Line Dancing Fri. 13th 9:30 am 10:00 am Road Map to Survivors & Veterans Benefits * Sing- a - Long with Sister Cecelia Directory Mon. 16th 9:30 am 12:45 pm Money Matters Volunteer Meeting A Program For Individual Services On Site Individual Peer Counseling Mondays Tue. 17th 8:00 am 8:30 am Walking Club Senior Sport Fishing! @ Red Mountain Park Family Members (By Appointment) United Healthcare - 2nd Monday 9:00 am 10:30 am Vital Signs – FLU SHOTS! Senator Kyl’s office And Friends (10:00 – 11:30) Attorney General Office - 1st Tuesdays Wed. 18th 10:45 am Just For Fun Bingo prizes provided by: (9:00 - 11:30) Discovery Point The Hospice of the Valley Dementia Blood Pressure Checks - Tuesdays 1:00 pm Wednesday Dance: Sunland Combo Band Program invites you to attend this multi- (9:00 - 11:00) $2/$3.00 session program for family members and Benefits Assistance - Wednesdays Thur. 19th 8:00 am Walking Club friends of loved ones with Alzheimer’s (8:30 - 11:00 ) 12:30 pm AARP Defensive Driving* disease or related dementia. Whether your Legal Assistance - Wednesdays (9:30 – 11:00) 6:30 pm Ladies Beginning Billiards 101* loved one lives at home, or in a group home, 6:45 pm Take Charge of Your Life Tax Assistance - Thursday (9:00 – 11:15) assisted living or skilled nursing facility, this Fri. 20th 9:30 am A.T Still Craft Project Master Gardener on site – Mondays, Thursdays program is for you! It will offer new insights 9:45 am Computer Club Election Day (9:00-11:00) and ideas on coping with the losses you have 10:00 am Medicare 2010 Q & A’s SecureHorizons experienced, and it will teach innovative ways Mon. 23rd 11:00 am Birthdays & Anniversaries* Group Services On Site 1:30 pm Round Dance to remain connected with your loved one. Parkinson’s Support Group – Mondays (1:00) Tue. 24th 8:00 am Walking Club Food Plus – 2nd Monday (1:30) 8:00 am Rummage Sale You will walk away with: Vital Signs – Tuesdays (9:00) 10:00 am Left/Right/Center ▪ A better understanding of dementia and how Parkinson’s Exercise - Tuesdays (1:00) Wed. 25th 10:00 am THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION! it progresses from early to advanced stages. Senator Kyl’s Staff – 3rd Tuesday (10:30) Thur. 26th CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY! ▪ A greater sense of value about your role as Fri. 27th NO COMPUTER CLUB Deaf Support – Tuesdays (11:30) a caregiver for your loved one. Mon. 30th 10:00 am Joshua Bell & The Blues S.O.S. Coping with Suicide – 1st & 3rd Tuesday ▪ Strategies for making and maintaining 1:00 pm Food Handlers (1:00) meaningful connections when words no DECEMBER Recovery Inc. (depression, stress) - Wednesdays longer work. Tue. 1st 7:30 am VOLUNTEER HOLIDAY BREAKFAST * (9:15) 8:00 am Walking Club ▪ Effective ways of dealing with your thoughts Caregiver Support Group – Thursdays(10:00) 10:00 am Carl Nyberg and feelings as a caregiver. AARP Defensive Driving - Thursday (12:30) Thur. 3rd 8:00 am HOLIDAY Craft Sale - Crafty Wonderland (call for schedule 480.654.4040) 8:00 am Walking Club November Session dates: Grief and Loss Group - Fridays (9:30) 6:30 pm Digital Camera Class * Wednesday, November 4th Alzheimer’s – 1st & 3rd Friday (2:00) 6:30 pm Ladies Beginning Billiards 101* – (1:00pm - 2:30pm) 6:30 pm Acting Lessons* “Community Resources” Fri. 4th 10:00 am SadieKat Stompers with Tony Gardella Outreach Services Mon. 7th 0:00 am Choral Group Caring Corps/AIL - Monday thru Friday Thursday November 12 th Tue. 8th 8:00 am Walking Club (480.962.5612) – (6:30pm – 8:00pm) 10:00 am TowerPoint Concert Band Home Visits/Resources - Monday thru Friday 1:00 pm 80th Anniversary of B-I-N-G-O! “Sharing Holiday Time with Persons with (8:00-4:00) Thur. 10th 8:00 am Walking Club Dementia” Prescription Assistance - Monday thru Friday 10:00 am Keven Moen Sessions held at: (480.962.5612) 1:00 pm 80th Anniversary of B-I-N-G-O! Red Mountain Active Adult Center Home Delivered Meals (480.962.5612) 6:30 pm Ladies Beginning Billiards 101* 7550 E. Adobe Street 6:30 pm Acting Lessons* Mesa, AZ 85207 Tue. 15th 8:00 am Walking Club 10:00 am Kitchen Band Holiday Show * To register RSVP to 480.218.2221 Stop by the EAST VALLEY ADULT RESOURCE CENTER and pick up an Activity Light refreshments will be served and there Calendar for a entire list of events! will be a door prize drawing. The program the essence of life is free of charge, but seating is limited. See calendar on page 12. Register today! November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 9 Highlights For November & December 2009 Nov 2 – Photography Class (9:30) Nov 2 – Celebrate Day of the Dead (10:00) Nov 2 – Entertainer Richie Oropeza (10:30) Nov 2 – Loser’s Bingo - every Monday (1:00) Nov 2 – Big Band Era (1:00) Nov 3 – Case Cracker Sleuths (10:00) Nov 3 – Finger Style Guitar (1:00) Nov 3 – Burgi Crandall “Let’s Dance Band”- every Tuesday (1:00) Nov 4 – Flu Vaccines (9:00) Nov 4 – Social Bingo - every Wednesday (1:00) What is Nov 4 – Ladies Only Billiards (1:00) Nov 4 – Book Shelf (1:00) Thanksgiving? Nov 5 – Studio Art Class (10:00) Nov 6 -– Sing for Joy (10:00) Nov 6 – Big Game Bingo (1:00) A day of turkey and all the trimmings? A Nov 10 - Case Cracker Sleuths (10:00) day of feeling “I can’t eat another thing”? A Nov 10 - Finger Style Guitar (1:00) day of watching the Macy’s Day Parade? A Nov 11 – CLOSED IN OBERSERVATION OF VETERANS DAY day to share with family and friends? Yes, it Nov 12 – Our Marvelous Brain (10:00) is all these things and much more. It is the day Nov 12 – Potpourri Luncheon – reservations needed (11:30) that is the start of the holidays, which means Nov 12 - Studio Art Class (10:00) stress, running around, battling the crowds Nov 16 - Big Band Era (1:00) to pick just the right present for someone. Nov 17 - Case Cracker Sleuths (10:00) Coming soon Endless lines in the post office getting those presents out to family. I begin to get out all Nov 17 - Finger Style Guitar (1:00) Nov 18 – Triple A Auto Club Workshop - “Keeping the Keys” (10:00) to Mesa Active Adult Center my holiday recipes and start baking. The Nov 18 – Lesser Known Tourist Attractions in Az. - cost: $5 (10:00) Fall Day Classes worry of how to get everything done, and will Nov 19 - Our Marvelous Brain (10:00) I survive! What have I left out? Oh, could Nov 19 – Active Adult Expo at the Mesa Convention Center (8:00-12:00) Big Band Era I: it be, I have forgotten the most important Nov 20 – Dancing with Carl Nyberg (10:30) Dates: Mondays: November 2, 9, 16 thing – to give thanks. That is truly the most Nov 25 – ALL ACTIVITIES CANCELLED – CARDS, BINGO, BILLIARDS Times: 1:00-3:00 - Cost: $10.00 important ingredient. We get so caught up in Nov 25 – Mike Chamberlain Sings Photography Class: Terry Puehler the small insignificant things. How blessed Nov 25 – Thanksgiving Luncheon Photography Tips and Techniques for Better we all are to be here to share this time with Nov 25 – CENTER CLOSES AT 3:00 Pictures each other. Families may be far away, but Nov 26 – CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING Dates: November 2, 9 here at the Mesa Active Adult Center we Nov 27 – BIG GAME BINGO CANCELLED Times: 9:30-11:30 - Cost: $5.00 are family to each other. In November, and Nov 27 – MIMI’S FUNDRAISER – EAT AT MIMI’S BETWEEN 7:30 AM – 10:30 PM the rest of the season we have many things AND OUR CENTER WILL RECEIVE 15% OF YOUR BILL! PICK UP YOUR COUPON Finger Style Guitar: Instructor: Bonnie to share. Our Fall and Chautauqua classes, BEFORE GOING…. Lou Coleman Flu Vaccines on November 4, a wonderful Dec 4 – Tower Point Concert Orchestra - FREE (10:15) Dates: November 3, 10, 17 Dec 7 – Silver Ridge Orchestra Christmas Concert - FREE (1:30) Time: 1:00-2:00 - Cost: $25.00 Potpourri Luncheon on November 12, the Triple A workshop, “Keeping the Keys, the Dec 10 – Gold Canyon Sax Quartet - FREE (10:30) You need a playable acoustic guitar Dec 10 – Volunteer Christmas Party (1:00) (Minimum of five students or the class is Active Adult Expo on November 19 and our wonderful Thanksgiving Luncheon with Mike Dec 11 – Cookie Lee Fine Fashion Jewelry Christmas Sale (9:30) cancelled) Dec 15 – Show of Christmas Shows by Gramma Jones & Friends (10:30) Chamberlin singing for us on November 25. Case Cracken’ Sleuths (Murder Don’t forget our fund raiser at Mimi’s the Dec 16 – Breakfast $1.99 for members, $3.00 for non-members (7:30–8:30) Mysteries) day after Thanksgiving. The staff at the Mesa Dec 17 – Potpourri Luncheon – reservations needed (11:30) Dates: Tuesdays: November 3, 10, 17 Active Adult Center are MOST THANKFUL Dec 18 – Dance with Carl Nyberg (10:30) Time: 10:00-11:30 - Cost: $6.00 for all of you! So to all of you and your Dec 18 – In Design Fundraiser – The $6.00 Man (9:00) families, Happy Thanksgiving! Dec 23 – Bingo Cancelled Ladies ONLY Billiards: Nornee Smith Dec 24 – Entertainer Carol Kepner (10:30) Dates: Wednesdays: November 4 Time: 1:00-2:00 - Cost: $10.00 Travel Club Dec 24 – Christmas Luncheon - reservations needed (11:30) Dec 24 – CENTER CLOSING AT 3:00 Arizona Travel and History: Jeff Reed Dec 25 – CLOSED IN OBERSERVATION OF CHRISTMAS “Lesser Known Tourist Attractions in Nov 2 Dreamy Dray & Papago Park - $69 Nov 3 Biosphere & Oracle Inn Steak Social Services Directory Arizona” Date: Wednesday, November 18 House - $75 Time: 10:00 - Cost: $5.00 Nov 7 New Release Festival at the Sonoita Winery - $72 Individual Services On Site Bookshelf: Instructors: Johnnie Nov 8 Out of Africa Wildlife Zoo - $85 Attorney General Office – 1st Monday (On hold till further notice) Godfrey & Jo Ann NereimDates: Nov 9 Thrift Shops of Sun City with Lyla Veterans Assistance service – Mondays (9:00-11:00) Wednesdays: November 4, 18, December - $59 Benefits Assistance - Fridays (8:30-11:00) 2, 16 Nov 12 Touring the Greek Monastery & Blood Pressure Checks - Wednesday and Friday (9:00-11:00) Time: 1:00-2:30 - Cost: $2.00 per session Grounds -$57 Individual Peer Counseling - Wednesdays (By Appointment) Our Marvelous Brain: Instructor: Nov 14 Holy Trinity Monastery & Art Fest Legal Assistance - Tuesdays (9:00–12:00) Sharon Cook - $57 Senator Kyle’s Staff - 3rd Tuesday (9:00-10:00) Dates: Thursdays: November 12, 19 Nov 17 Bagdad Mine tour - $59 Group Services On Site Time: 10:00-11:30 - Cost: $20.00 Nov 18 Tres Rios Water Park & West Caregiver Group - Wednesday (10:00) Valley Tour - $59 Grief and Loss Group - Wednesday (1:00) Studio Art Class: Instructor: Bonnie Low Vision Support Group - 1st & 3rd Friday Nov 19 Scottsdale Community Culinary Lou Coleman Friendship Group - 1st & 3rd Wednesday College Dinner & Dates: Thursdays: November 5, 12, 19 Outreach Services Scottsdale at Night - $85 Time: 1:00-3:00 Assistance for Independent Living / Caring Corps – (480) 966-9704 Nov 23 Pima Air & Space Museum - $85 Cost: $30.00 * art supplies required Home Visits / Resources - Monday thru Friday (8:00-4:00) Nov 24 Grace’s Museum & Cave Creek - (Minimum of five students or the class is Prescription Assistance - Monday thru Friday (480-962-5612) $69 cancelled) Nov 26/28 Thanksgiving Together in Palm Potpourri Lunch: Speaker: Frank Springs - $550 Santoro November 26th Nov 29 Fall Foliage at Boyce Thompson Happy Thanksgiving “ The Beauty of Chicago & the Ugliness Arboretum - $74 - Center Closed of It’s Politics” Date: Thursday, November 12 Call 480 497-2478 for information or the essence of life December 3rd Time: 11:15 - Cost: $3.00 Thursday 10:30 am – 11:15 am The Court at East Mesa details for upcoming trips. Topic: “Brain Games For Brain Gains” November 5th Scottish Dance Gifford Health Institute Presenter: Erica Unfug Dates: Thursdays Time: 9:00-11:30 - Cost: $2.00 per session Meetings Topic: “Slowing The Aging Process” Presenter: Alan Gifford December 10th Flu Vaccinations Sing For Joy: Bill Mac Fadden Volunteer Meeting 2nd Monday November 12th Begin at 9:00 Dates: Fridays Advisory Board Meeting 3rd Monday Banner Baywood Heart Hospital December 17th Time: 10:00-11:00 Financial Series Last Monday Topic: “Heart Disease in Women” East Valley Adult Resources Low Vision 1st & 3rd Friday Presenter: Barbara Lambeth, RN Topic: “EVAR presents…CareNopoly” Foundation Thinkers of Western Presenter: Judy Tripp Sing for Joy Every Friday November 19th Civilization Bingo Volunteer Meeting 1st Friday 18th Annual Active Adult Expo Dates: Fridays: November 6, 13, 20 - Friendship Garden 1st & 3rd 8:00-12:00 – Mesa Convention Center December 4, 11, 18 * No Presentation Wednesday Time: 9:30-11:30 - Cost: $15.00 Page 10 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 1 Hello from Apache Junction, The holiday’s are fast approaching, and we are gearing up for lot’s of Holiday fun! November & December always brings special entertainment and Holiday themed events. There will be special Veterans Day services, Where we will honor our vets, Thanksgiving celebration With the traditional thanksgiving feast & special entertainment with Keven Moen. And the return of Happy Holiday Friday’s during December. Every Friday we show our holiday spirit by dressing in holiday attire, We have holiday entertainment and surprise guests. Come join us , we’d love to have you here! Friday Afternoon Movies 3 All movies start at 1:00 P.M Nov. 6th - Last Chance Harvey - 2008 (PG-13) 2 In London for his daughter’s wedding, a rumpled man finds his romantic spirits lifted by a new woman in his life. Nov.13th - The Pink Panther 2 - 2009 (PG) Inspector Jacques Clouseau tries to stop a globetrotting thief who specializes in stealing historical artifacts. Nov. 20 th Coco Chanel - 2008 (PG) The life story of legendary fashion designer Coco Chanel.( Starring Shirley Mc Claine) Nov 27th - The Bishop’s Wife - 1947 (NR) An angel comes to Earth at Christmas to aid an overworked bishop, his neglected family, and his parishioners. Dec 4th- Up - 2009 (PG) Animated By tying thousands of balloon to his home, a senior citizen sets out to fulfill his lifelong dream of seeing South America. Dec.11th- Christmas Cottage - 2008 (PG) Returning home from college one Christmas, young artist Thomas Kinkade is dismayed to learn that attempts to promote local tourism have failed and his mother is dangerously close to losing the family cottage to foreclosure. Inspired by his mentor, Glen, a famous artist who lives next door, Thomas accepts a job painting a mural of his small, idyllic hometown. With Glen’s help, Thomas not only discovers his calling as the Painter of Light but also helps the town rediscover the true spirit of Christmas. 4 Triad of Apache Junction Triad of Apache Junction is a program that was initiated in 1999 by the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and the Pinal County Attorney’s Office to bring law enforcement, senior- helping agencies and senior volunteers together to address the needs of the 55+ population. The program is coordinated by the Outreach Specialist at the Apache Junction Active Adult Center. Presently there are four Triad programs available to residents of Apache Junction. Telephone Reassurance provides a daily morning phone call to a senior living alone. 911 Cell Phones are given free of charge to area seniors. Guardian Angel Pendants provide emergency assistance for homebound seniors when they can’t get to the telephone. The Senior Resource and Information Book is filled with valuable contact information for a variety of services. Call Elaine at (480) 474-5260 for more information. 1. September Birthdays 2. End-Of-Summer Picnic What a wonderful time. the essence of life 3. Carl Nyberg entertains us and celebrates his birthday. November 5th December 3rd 4. September 11 Firemen appreciation TBD TBD Topic: Topic: November & December Daily Delights Presenter: Presenter: Bikes/Treadmills+ Wednesdays (10:00) November 12th December 10th Bridge+ Wednesdays (1:00) Banner Baywood Heart Hospital Flu Vaccinations Knit Krochet Klinic Tuesdays (10:00–12:00) Topic: “Heart Disease in Women” Begin at 9:00 Line Dancing Class* Thursdays (1:15) Presenter: Barbara Lambeth, RN Pinochle+ Wednesdays and Fridays (1:00) December 17th PoKeNo+ Tuesdays and Thursdays (12:30) November 19th TBD Stretching and Toning+ Tuesdays and Thursdays (10:00) 18th Annual Active Adult Expo Topic: Tuesday Trivia Tuesdays (11:30) 8:00-12:00 – Mesa Convention Center Presenter: Walking+ Monday and Friday (10:00) * No Presentation Social Bingo Monday (1:00) Friday Afternoon Movie Fridays (1:00) November 26th Memory Loss Support Group Wednesdays (10:00) Happy Thanksgiving - Center Closed Crafts W/ Mickey Fridays (10:00) Wee Sports With Justin Tuesday 6th & 20th +indicates membership required program Social Services Directory Entertainment Individual Services On Site Benefits Assistance PGCSC - Tuesdays (8:00) November 2009 Blood Pressure Checks - Tuesdays (10:00 -11:00) Legal Assistance - call to schedule appointment (480-474-5260) Nov. 6 th Music with Joshua Bell Apache Junction Ride Choice - Monday thru Friday (480-474-5260) Nov. 9th Music with Andy & Friends Banner Health Community Wellness Clinic - 2nd & 4th Monday (9:30 -11:30) Nov. 13th Music with Carl Nyberg Nov. 17th Music with Keven Moen Group Services On Site Nov. 23rd Music with JB the singing Cowboy T.O.P.S. - Mondays (12:30) Nov. 25th Thanksgiving with Keven Moen Grief Support Group – 1st & 3rd Monday (10:00-11:30) Nov. 30th Music with Dave Grimes Diabetes Support Group - 1st Tuesday (10:00) Dental –Tuesdays (9:00) December 2009 Memory Loss Support Group –Wednesdays (10:00) Dec. 4th Dance Performance by Gramma Jones dance group Dec. 7th Music with Andy & Friends Outreach Services Dec. 11th John Reed - Gold Canyon Saxophone Quartet Home Visits/Resources - Monday thru Friday (8:00 – 4:30) (480-474-5260) TRIAD of Apache Junction - Monday thru Friday (8:00 – 4:30) (480-474-5260) November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 11 November/December 2009 meNu * Menu Items are subject to availability of food items MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Sweet & Sour Meatballs Red Mountain Anniversary Roast Pork Loin Chicken Tetrazzini Home Style Meatloaf Vegetable Rice Pilaf Celebration Mashed Potatoes Roasted Tomato Mashed Potatoes Broccoli Chicken Kiev California Blended Vegetables Spinach Scandinavian Blended Vegetables Whole Wheat Roll Au Gratin Potatoes Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Peach Halves Four Way Blended Vegetables Cherry Trifle Pineapple Tidbits Tropical Fruit Salad Chef’s Special: Whole Wheat Roll Soup Du Jour Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Baked Ham Fresh Apples Strawberry Patch Spinach Salad Soup & Salad Bar 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th Swedish Meatballs Veteran’s Day Celebration Veteran’s Day Spinach & Mushroom Quiche Baked Tilapia Capri Blended Vegetables Char Broiled Hamburger Deluxe Center Closed Four Way Vegetables Broccoli Broccoli Steak Fries Brussels Sprouts Peas & Carrots Whole Wheat Roll Sliced Carrots Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Fresh Fruit Whole Wheat Bun Apricots Pineapple Upside Down Cake Chef’s Special: Chocolate Sundae Cup Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Lemon Pepper Chicken Chef’s Special: Seafood Plate Oven Roasted Chicken Leg & Thigh All Beef Hot Dogs 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th Chicken & Bowtie Pasta Alfredo Baked Ham Salisbury Steak Expo Pork Chopette Spinach Scalloped Potatoes O’Brian Potatoes w/ Red Peppers Chicken Salad Sandwich with Sweet Potato Mash Italian Blended Vegetables Garden Salad Baby Carrots Lettuce & Tomato Peas & Pearl Onions Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Country Potato Salad Whole Wheat Roll Sliced Pears Fresh Fruit Cherry Cobbler Pea Salad Fresh Fruit Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Soup Du Jour Petite Kaiser Roll Chef’s Special: Lasagna Chef’s Choice with Ice Cream Fruit Cocktail Baked Chicken 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th Birthday Celebration Chef’s Salad Plate Thanksgiving Celebration Thanksgiving Day Bratwurst Country Fried Steak Pickled Beets Roast Turkey & Dressing Center Closed Sauerkraut Mashed Potatoes Potato Salad Mashed Potatoes Sliced Carrots California Blended Vegetables Whole Wheat Roll Green Beans & Mushrooms Whole Wheat Bun Whole Wheat Roll Apricots Cranberry Sauce Fresh Fruit Birthday Cake Chef’s Special: Dinner Roll Chef’s Choice with Cookies Pumpkin Pie 30th DECEMBER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Swiss Steak Lemon Pepper Chicken Veal Marsala Oven Roasted Open Faced Turkey Sloppy Joes Vegetable Rice Pilaf Malibu Blended Vegetables Mashed Potatoes Sweet Potato Mash Baked Beans Oriental Blended Vegetables Garden Salad Sliced Carrots Mixed Vegetables Peas & Carrots Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Bread Whole Wheat Bun Sliced Pears Ambrosia Peach Cobbler Apple Sauce Fresh Fruit Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Soup Du Jour Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Chicken Cordon Bleu Chef’s Choice with Ice Cream Ham & Egg Salad Plate Polish Sausage & Sauerkraut 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th BBQ Ribette Sandwich Baked Mostaccioli Chicken Salad Sandwich Shepherd’s Pie Crab Cake Sweet Corn Italian Blended Vegetables Tri Colored Bean Salad Mashed Potatoes Vegetable Rice Pilaf California Blended Vegetables Garden Salad Potato Salad Sliced Carrots Oriental Blended Vegetables Whole Wheat Bun Whole Wheat Roll Petite Bun Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Fresh Fruit Pear Halves Apple Oatmeal Crisp Tropical Fruit Salad Orange Sherbet Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Soup Du Jour Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Fajita Chicken Sandwich Chef’s Choice with Cookies Tuna Salad Plate Pasta & Salad Bar 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th Sweet & Sour Meatballs Fish Sandwich Roast Pork Loin Chicken Tetrazzini Char Broiled Hamburger Deluxe Vegetable Rice Pilaf Tater Tots Mashed Potatoes Roasted Tomato Steak Fries Broccoli Four Way Blended Vegetables California Blended Vegetables Spinach Sliced Carrots Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Bun Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Bun Peach Halves Fresh Apples Cherry Trifle Pineapple Tidbits Fresh Oranges Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Soup Du Jour Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Lemon Pepper Chicken Chef’s Choice with Ice Cream Strawberry Patch Spinach Salad All Beef Hot Dog 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th Swedish Meatballs Pork Chopette Spinach & Mushroom Quiche Christmas Celebration Merry Christmas Capri Blended Vegetables Scalloped Potatoes Four Way Vegetables Honey Cured Baked Ham Center Closed Broccoli Baby Carrots Brussels Sprouts Candied Sweet Potato Whole Wheat Roll Dinner Roll Whole Wheat Roll Green Beans Fresh Fruit Fruit Cocktail Apricots Dinner Roll Chef’s Special: Chef’s Special: Soup Du Jour Raspberry Sherbet Pork Chopette Chef’s Choice with Cookies 28th 29th 30th 31st Birthday Celebration Country Fried Steak Salisbury Steak New Year’s Eve Brunch Chicken Cordon Bleu Mashed Potatoes O’Brian Potatoes w/ Red Peppers Scramble Eggs Wild Rice Pilaf Santa Fe Blended Vegetables Baby Carrots Sausage Links Island Blended Vegetables Whole Wheat Roll Whole Wheat Roll Home Fried Potatoes Whole Wheat Roll Fresh Fruit Cherry Cobbler Biscuits & Gravy Birthday Cake Chef’s Special: Soup Du Jour Fruit Cup Chef’s Choice with Ice Cream East Valley Senior Services, Inc. is funded in part by Area Agency on Aging Region One and Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens Fruit Pizza Ingredients Kitchen Corner Crust 2 cups all purpose flour Glaze ½ cup sugar Frozen Fridays Menu ½ 1 cup confectioner’s sugar cup cold butter 2 1 tablespoons cornstarch cup unsweetened pineapple juice November/December 2009 1 8oz package cream cheese softened 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1/3 cup sugar Dec 4th Nov 6th 1 teaspoon vanilla Roast Pork Loin Chicken & Bowtie Pasta 2 cups halved strawberries Home Style Meatloaf Salisbury Steak 1 11oz can mandarin oranges 2 kiwi peeled and thinly sliced Dec 11th Nov 13th 1 cup fresh blueberries Swedish Meatballs Ground Beef Goulash Baked Chicken Breast Spinach & Mushroom Quiche Procedure 1. In a large bowl, combine flour and confectioner’s sugar. Cut in the butter until crumbly. Nov 20t Dec 18th Press onto ungreased 12 inch pizza pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 – 15 minutes or until Lemon Pepper Chicken Chicken & Bowtie Pasta golden brown and then cool. Swiss Steak Salisbury Steak 2. In a small mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla until smooth. Spread over the crust. Arrange the fruit in rings onto the crust. Nov 27th Dec 25th 3. For the glaze, combine sugar and cornstarch in a small sauce pan. Stir in the pineapple juice Bbq Ribette Pork Chopette and lemon juice until smooth. Bring to a boil and cook for 2 minutes or until thickened. Shepherd’s Pie Country Fried Steak Cool slightly and drizzle over the fruit. Refrigerate until chilled. This recipe was brought to you by Mishelle Wharton. Mishelle is the new Food Service Manager at the Mesa Active Adult Center. Come join us for lunch and enjoy many of her delicious treats. Page 12 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 Red Mountain Active Adult Center Mesa Active Adult Center Discovery Point Apache Junction Active Adult Center 7550 E. Adobe 247 N. Macdonald 6210 E Arbor Ave 1035 N. Idaho Mesa, Arizona 85207 Mesa, Arizona 85201 Mesa, AZ 85206 Apache Junction, AZ 85219 Tuesday- 9:00-10:00am Wednesday- 9:15-10:15am Wednesday- 9:30- 10:30am Thursday- 10:30- 11:15am Camille Keeler-480-218-2221 Anne Magee-480-962-5612 Mickey Maynard-480-924-5951 Lora Keller-480-474-5260 November 3rd November 4th November 4th November 5th Gifford Health Institute Gifford Health Institute Topic: “Slowing The Aging Process” Topic: “Slowing the Aging Process” 30th Anniversary Celebration Flu Vaccinations Speaker: Alan Gifford Speaker: Alan Gifford 9:00-11:30 Begin at 9:00 * Exercise Physiologist educates about the * Exercise Physiologist educates about the *No Vital Signs Presentation neurological processes that occur in our bodies neurological processes that occur in our as we age. Learn how remaining active can help bodies as we age. Learn how remaining active slow this process. can help slow this process. November 10th November 11th November 11th November 12th East Valley Ride Choice Banner Baywood Heart Hospital Topic: “Getting From Here To There… Topic: “Heart Disease in Women” Transportation Assistance” Veterans Day Veterans Day Speaker: Barbara Lambeth, RN Speaker: Rose Smith - Center Closed * No Vital Signs Presentation * Learn risk factors, treatment, and * Learn about various transportation programs prevention related to heart disease. What – mileage reimbursement, Coupons for Cabs, & women can do to maintain a heart healthy Dial A Ride, and new Dialysis Program lifestyle. November 17th November 18th November 18th November 19th AAA Resources for Senior Drivers Topic: “Keeping Your Keys” Workshop Speaker: 18th Annual Flu Vaccinations AAA Representative Resident Council Meeting Active Adult Expo Begin at 9:00 * No Vital Signs Presentation 8:00-12:00 * What can you do to remain safe while driving? This free workshop will provide information & * No Vital Signs Presentation resources essential for safe driving. November 24th November 25th November 25th November 26th Family Home Care East Valley Adult Resources Topic: “Don’t Tip Toe Around Your Foot Care Topic: “EVAR presents…CareNopoly” Needs…Get Happy Healthy Feet” Thanksgiving Luncheon Speaker: Judy Tripp Happy Thanksgiving Speaker: Linda Simmons * No Vital Signs Presentation - Center Closed * Join us for this fun and interactive program as * Podiatrist discusses tips for gaining and we discover resources & solutions to “real life” maintaining healthy feet. Learn about the factors health care issues. contributing to health, discomfort, problem areas – and what you can do to meet these needs. December 1st December 2nd December 2nd December 3rd Fountain View Village Family Home Care Hospice of the Valley The Court at East Mesa Topic: “Advances in Rehab” Topic: “Don’t Tip Toe Around Your Foot Care Topic: Dispelling the Myths of Hospice Topic: Brain Games For Brain Gains Speaker: John Coury Needs…Get Happy Healthy Feet” Speaker: Carolyn Richel Speaker: Erica Unfug Speaker: Linda Simmons * Learn about new specialty treatment programs * Learn the broad range of services that Hospice * Interactive program – learn ways you can for: Pain Management, Wound Care, Joint * Podiatrist discusses tips for gaining and offers, eligibility, and available programs. stimulate your mind and build brain health. Replacement, Stroke Recovery, Arthritis, COPD, maintaining healthy feet. Learn about the factors and more… contributing to health, discomfort, problem areas – and what you can do to meet these needs. December 8th December 9th December 9th December 10th Hospice of the Valley Fountain View Village Family Home Care Topic: Dispelling the Myths of Hospice Topic: “Advances in Rehab” Topic: “Don’t Tip Toe Around Your Foot Care Speaker: Carolyn Richel Speaker: John Coury Needs…Get Happy Healthy Feet” Flu Vaccinations Speaker: Linda Simmons Begin at 9:00 * Learn the broad range of services that Hospice * Learn about new specialty treatment programs offers, eligibility, and available programs. for: Pain Management, Wound Care, Joint * Podiatrist discusses tips for gaining and Replacement, Stroke Recovery, Arthritis, COPD, maintaining healthy feet. Learn about the factors and more… contributing to health, discomfort, problem areas – and what you can do to meet these needs. December 15th December 16th December 16th East Valley Adult Resources Swagel Wootton Hiatt Eye Center Topic: “EVAR presents…CareNopoly” Topic: “Eye Care Bingo” Holiday Meal Campaign Delivery Resident Council Meeting Speaker: Judy Tripp Speaker: Linda Castro * No Vital Signs Presentation * No Vital Signs Presentation * Join us for this fun and interactive program as we discover resources & solutions to “real * Learn about conditions that affect vision, and life” health care issues. how to maintain good eye health. November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 13 HWY 202 UNIVERSITY DR. VAL VISTA DR. GREENFIELD RD. GROCERY MAIN HWY 60 Page 14 East Valley Adult Resources November 2009 Ludwig Handyman Dan the Handyman For all Appliance Services Health Services Landscaping Ads are paid in advance: Old-Fashioned German your home or business repair Craftsmanship. Over 20 years needs call Dan the Handyman. $15 for 30 words, Need a Break? 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In-home services include Arizona license #243110 bonded Steve’s Handy Company A & insured. 480-380-9966 Northern Appliance L.L.C Send ad and check to “Honest, Reliable, Worry Free companionship, meal Home Remodeling and Rain Company You Can Rely On preparations, laundry, grocery Gutter Specialist With over 30 Years Experience. Miller Media Services, Service.” Same Day Service. shopping, light housekeeping, AZ Rooms, Dual Pane, Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Brothers Landscaping Yard P.O Box 31533, Washers, Dryers, Ovens, Ranges, medication reminder, Replacement Windows, Painting: Inside & Outside. and Lawn Maintenance. Mesa, AZ 85275, Dishwashers, Disposals. Fully transportation to/from Aluminum & Vinyl Siding & Trimming and Mowing Service. Miscellaneous Maintenance Insured. Free Service Call w/ appointments so you don’t lose Trim, Seamless Raingutters- Lot Cleaning and Hauling. or call 480-361-4431; Repairs. 480-212-6039. Senior time from work. CPR, First-aid, & Repairs. Not a licensed Customized Service for your 30colors. Very Reliable-Licensed contractor. Free Estimates 480- Fax to 480-361-4293. & Military Discounts. “Since TB tested. I & Bonded. LIC #114475 George 924-6858 needs. Free Estimates. Quality 1980” am a non-smoker, have – 820-8711 We love small jobs. Work. Call Greg 480-215-0249. reliable insured transportation. Not a licensed contractor. Masonry Company for all Help209@gmail.com Carpenter-Electrician- expectations and ideas you Plumbing Cleaning Services 480-457-9360 Plumber (Semi-Retired-No have! MJM Masonry, INC. is Sprinkler Repair Repairs & In pain and need relief? Massage longer licensed). Experienced family owned since 1995. We Therapy can help. Five years in all phases of construction, are licensed with Registrar of Amazing Carpet & Tile Service Cleaning. Truck Mounted Steam experience helping residents including all remodeling needs & Contractors with an excellent Designing Arizona Landscape in active-adult communities. all electrical & troubleshooting record. We are bonded and Save Money with Us! Cleaning. Licensed-Insured-BBB Specializing in all phases of Injury/surgery rehabilitation. problems. Plus, all plumbing have several referrals in your Member. Family Owned and Sprinkler Repair, PVC, Drip Neck, shoulder and back pain needs & repairs. No job too area from satisfied customers. Operated. Rick 602-434-2525. Systems, Trouble Shooting. small. Please call 480-370-4760 FREE Estimates Amazing Service, Amazing Results. Sunland Springs specialist. Stress reduction treatments. Rehabilitative anytime. Please give us a call. We respond the same day! We are MJM Low prices for Seniors. Free Estimates. Arizona License No Trip Charge Resident. exercise programs. Please call Masonry, INC. At the office 480- #243110. Bonded & Insured. today for relief! References Orion Services 984-8174 or cell 602-702-7391. 480-380-9966. Priced by the Job CARPET CLEANING-Much available! Bret Stilson, Licensed We do it all! Roof repairs and Ask for Ginny or Mike. We look Massage Therapist. 480-332- coatings (30 years experience), forward to your call. 24 Years Experience better than Steam! Fast Drying/ 0180. cooler repairs, plumbing, Miscellaneous Deep Cleaning. OwnerOp 30+ electrical, painting, deck MCCARTY PAINTING Senior Discount years does the work! Open areas coatings, any handyman project. SERVICES. Professional of 3 Rooms Only $45 complete! Guaranteed Work Listed with BBB since 1988. Home Services Senior discounts. 480-650-6671. quality work with outstanding A+ Computer Services. PC/ Mike customer satisfaction since 1984. Wireless Network Setup, Dennis Coats 480-354-0866 $ 10 .00 OFF Eliminate and Destroy Odors Free Estimates-Specializing in Trust your interior or exterior painting needs to someone who Troubleshooting/Fix, Software installs, PC Optimization, Virus Labor with this ad Windows Squeegee Clean: cares. Free Estimates and Color In Cars, RV’s, mobile homes, bath remodels and Spyware Removal, Tutoring. No puddles-no mess-24 hr Consultation. Call Loren, owner etc. Our system will destroy: Do it all large or small. Very Reasonable Rates. A+ Trusted in your community service. You will be delighted- at 480-985-2754 or 602-397- Tobacco smoke, fire smoke, Specializing in kitchen and Certified PC Technician. Call (ask your neighbor) guaranteed. We clean sun 0158. Licensed-Bonded-Insured. musty stale air, mildew, mold, bath remodels. Carpentry, Marc 480-277-1313. References Available screens, rain gutters, ceiling Your satisfaction begins with our human odors, pet odors. drywall, plumbing, electrical, fans, light fixtures & more. We integrity. Fountain of the Sun Resident Contact—Jim 480-326-8414 decks, fences. 20% off summer Room for Rent-Mesa. Lovely repair/replace sun screens and discount. References. Gary home, A/C $115/week. $115 do power washing. Call Rich Firewood Depot-Specializing in 480-330-3131. Not a licensed deposit. Utilities, cable, pool Heaven Bound Plumbing 480-205-2082. Hardwoods, Mesquite and Pecan contractor. included. NE of Stapley and Michael • Owner Operated for all of your needs. Fireplace, Main St. 402-770-3535 or 480- Cooking, Smokers and Camping. 560-1222. 480-325-5847 Sold by the bag and by cords. Prompt FREE Delivery and Stacking. 520-414-6861. November 2009 East Valley Adult Resources Page 15 a costume contest and won prizes, and voted for their favorite Dottie Freeman decorated pumpkin with entries from our fabulous food and celebrates with her beverage department. family, the fun and October was also Fire Safety Awareness month active lifestyle at and residents participated in training sessions that were Discovery Point. informative and fun! This month Discovery Pointers will proudly show their patriotism by decorating our Lincoln Town Car, our bus, and a really cool Mustang convertible to participate in Mesa’s September was carnival and fair time….and Discovery Veterans Day Parade Wednesday, November 11. Come to the Pointers get in the swing with the fun fall Family and Friends parade and show your appreciation as we salute our American Carnival. Residents invite their friends and family to visit for Veterans. a fun and delicious outing! The festivities kicked off with a This month we are also hosting a formal dinner to thank delicious biscuits and gravy breakfast, complimentary for the many Discovery Point residents who volunteer their time all DP guests, followed by carnival games, prizes, treats to help make our community extra special! If you lived at and everyone’s favorite the petting zoo! Everyone had their Discovery Point, Thanksgiving dinner would be a delicious pictures taken to commemorate this seasonal sensation. breeze…invite your guests, eats lots of turkey and pie…and October was “spooktacular”! Discovery Point hosted we do all the dishes! Discovery Pointer, Trick or Treat on Halloween, October 31. Scary ghost and The holidays are a hoot at Discovery Point and Alwilda Metzger, gets goblins, fairy princesses and pirates came to Trick or Treat residents are gearing up for an exciting December, filled with Lew and Rose Campbell are a kiss a miniature from table to table in our dining room. We provided the concerts, holiday music, special entertainment, light tours, surrounded by family and friends horse during the Fun, delicious treats! The main dining room opened early and and much, much more. during Discovery Points Family and Fall Family & Friends everyone had a great time. Discovery Pointers dressed up for Friends Carnival. carnival. Give Thanks for Our FREEDOM! Thank a Vet! Look for Discovery Point in the Mesa Veterans Day Parade, November 11 VETS eat FREE every Wednesday in November at Discovery Point – RSVP 480-924-6474 Tour and visit this month and receive a FREE t-shirt* – Discovery Point ♥s VETS! 6210 E. Arbor Avenue in MESA (East of Recker Road, between Broadway and Main Street) For information call 480-924-6474 * While supplies last. Discovery Point is an income-qualified community; residency requires application acceptance and age restrictions apply. Call for details. 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