Sno-Valley Senior Center NON PROFIT U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #3 CARNATION, WA 98014 4610 Stephens Ave, Carnation, WA 98014-5905 Mailing: PO Box 96, Carnation, WA 98014 Phone 425-333-4152 FAX 425-333-4465 Open Mon-Fri 8-3:30 www.snovalleysenior.org Sno-Valley Senior Center November 2014 4610 Stephens Ave. Carnation, WA 98014 425-333-4152 Newsletter Join us at Sno-Valley for this fun, lively, delicious tradition! 17th Annual Pie Auction & Steak Dinner Saturday, November 8, 2014 Reserve for 4:30 or 6:30 seatings at SnoValleySenior.org or call 425-333-4152 Reserve by 11/6 for $15 An Affiliate of Senior Services –a United Way Agency Serving Valley Seniors and Their Families since 1975 Sno-Valley Seniors Jerry Sprute Chris Vattaks, Val Roney Treasurer Dan Schuster Sonja Massey Sandi Olsen Dot Patteson Julia Arp, Secretary Dawn Baron Ray Burhen Katrin Jaenicke Lisa Yeager, Acting President 2014 Board of Directors STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY The Sno-Valley Senior Center does not discriminate against clients, applicants, or employees on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sensory or physical or mental handicap, political ideology, or sexual orientation. On request, people with disabilities will be provided with reasonable accommodations. Sno-Valley Senior Center is a member of Senior Services. Our mission is to be an effective provider of quality services to support the independence of senior citizens. Anyone can be a member regardless of age. Generously Sponsored by HOLIDAY BAZAAR & Quilt Raffle Generously Sponsored by Saturday, December 6, 2014 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A variety of vendors will have unique items and crafts for sale. Come browse the booths, enjoy some refreshment and stock up on holidays gifts that your friends and family will treasure. Coffee & Treats for Sale. Savor a homemade cinnamon roll and a cup of coffee or tea. Enjoy a hot soup for lunch. You can also take home some of this home-baked goodness by purchasing wonderful items here at our Holiday Bake Sale. Annual Veterans Day Breakfast Tuesday, 11/11 from 8 to 10 a.m. Free for Veterans Come celebrate our Veterans and enjoy a home-cooked breakfast prepared by our local Rotary Club of Duvall. Please feel free to bring memorabilia and share your story. Non-Veterans $5; $3 for kids Annual Membership Membership has many benefits, including discounts on programs and health services and a monthly newsletter. You can become a member for only $25/year ($35 for household) and help to support the Center and seniors in the Snoqualmie Valley. Apply online at SnoValleySenior.org We host a fun and welcoming community center to help our aging neighbors Special Programs & Services All Member Gathering Thursday, Nov. 13, at 12:30 p.m. The Board and I are hosting a session on Thursday, November 13th, from 12:30 – 2 p.m., to inform and educate you on our current financial realities, the annual budget process and to answer any questions you may have around financials. Our goal is to be transparent and to also gain input from our members. We will be gathering right after lunch. Hope to see you there. Thanks, Peggy L. McNamara, Center Director Potluck Dinner & A Movie Wed, Nov. 19, 5-7 p.m. Wanna try out that new stuffing recipe before family comes over? Join us for a delicious display of home-cooked morsels and a fun film. You’ll be giving thanks ‘cuz our potluck dinners are super yummy! This is a free activity hosted by friends and neighbors. Signups encouraged but walk-ins welcome. Memory Café Third Thursday, Nov. 20, 4:30 pm at Carnation Café Memory Café is meeting at Carnation Café every third Thursday. Carnation Café has welcomed us in and offers specials just for us. This is an opportunity for folks living with memory loss and their care partners to enjoy socializing with a supportive group. No expectations, no judgment, just fun. Please invite others who might be interested. Call Adult Day Health Program Coordinator Karen Koenig at 425-333-4152 for more information. Memorials & Donations HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Bake a Pie for us! Support our Annual PIE AUCTION & Steak Dinner. Our Annual Pie Auction is almost here! It’s not too late to sign up to deliver a fresh-baked pie (or pie(s), or chocolate pizzas or hand-painted trays) to raise funds for the Sno-Valley Senior Center. Please deliver pies 8-4 Friday or Saturday before 4 p.m. We will also be accepting dinner reservations at SnoValleySenior.org until Nov. 6 for just $15. ($20 after that and for walk-ins.) Don’t miss this heritage event begun by local dairy farmers. And thank you to all our volunteers who make this event so fun, delicious and entertaining! Muscles, Mobility & Aging With UW Research Dr. Kevin Conley Thursday, Nov 20 10:30 a.m. In 25 years of research at the UW Translational Center for Metabolic Imaging they found changes in muscles and mobility begin quite early – in our 40s. These changes become most apparent in our retirement years. Dr. Conley’s talk will focus on these muscle changes and choices we can make to improve our function and mobility. Pancake Breakfast & Antique Browsing in Monroe, Saturday, November 15. We’re heading out to the East County Senior Center in Monroe for their monthly pancake breakfast. Then we’ll hang around town to look for seasonal treasures. Van leaves Sno-Valley Senior Center at 8:30 a.m. We’ll head back around noon. Meet us there if you want to stay longer or leave sooner. In Memory of Bud Busser Richard & Doris Friday In Memory of Howard Miller A donation for Adult Day Health Sue & Larry Lorack Center, Adult Day Health & Scholarship Donations Carnation 4th of July Committee James & Betty Jones Katy & Walt Hoesel Gary Levander Mary Jane Jarbeau City of Duvall King County Molly Fischer Alzheimer’s Foundation of America Coming in December & January Holiday Bazaar & Bake Sale Monthly Bingo! iPad & iPhone Tutorial Redmond Reading & Book Trip Holiday Outings Visiting Choirs All Members with a November Birthday enjoy a free lunch on Birthday Thursday, November 20. Please RSVP 333-4152 November Birthdays 2 Elena Austin, Nanette Mader, Pat Erickson, P. Stan Dewalt 3 Leo Carlson, Esther Martinson 5 Wilma Richardson, Sharon Conn 6 Roberta Epps, Janya Veranth, Allen Burris, Marlene Erickson, Joy Veranth, Glenna Burnell, Sonja Massey 7 Diane Muir, Ron Conn, Mary Ann DeFrees 8 Patricia Beagle, Shari Shew 9 Michael Noto 10 Robert Harper, Alexandra Robertson 11 Ernest Martin 12 Douglas Dakan, Ernie Moraga, Joan Wheeler 13 Dorie Iverson 14 Mary Crittenden 15 Susan Juhre, Lynn Andrews 16 Mary Lampson, Miles Denison 19 Emma McCurry, Peter Hallock 20 Shirley Maas, Jo Hanna Andrews 21 Sharon Kerr 22 William Eagles, Robert Quinn, Larry Pesce, Ruth Cruz 23 Carolyn Butler 24 Wanda Durbin, Michele Iverson 25 Don Norman 26 John Bethel, Joanne Hendry 28 Elaine Hurlbut, Allen Templeton, Anne Schlueter 29 Joan Young, Bettye Firth 30 Marilyn Turney Nativity Festival Mistletoe Madness Rainbow Bingo Christmas TV Specials East County Senior Center 276 Sky River Parkway, Monroe. Local Holiday Offerings Breakfast is $5. Transportation is $5. Sign up by 11/13 Volunteer Orientation Remodel Construction Tolt Historical Society Meeting 7-9 p.m. Wed, November 12, 2014 You may call Diana Collins for more information at 425-788-5250. “FUN” RAISERS & More HOLIDAY BAZAAR & BAKE SALE is Saturday, December 6. One stop-shopping for the holidays is almost here! Come for coffee & pastries in the morning or soup for lunch. Both floors will be full of artisan gifts and original crafts, both local and global. Potential Vendors can fill out a contract and pay to rent a table at the Center. If you have questions, want to volunteer your time or need further assistance, please contact Chairpersons Pat Busser & Doris Friday by leaving a message at the center for them. 425-333-4152. Holiday Quilt Raffle is Saturday, December 6, 2:30 p.m. Look for Quilt Raffle Tickets in the mail. We ask that you purchase or sell the tickets mailed to you by filling out the stubs and sending them in with a check made out to Sno-valley Senior Center. The Holiday Quilt, created and donated by local quilters, will be displayed at the Center and Raffled off at the Holiday Bazaar at 2:30 p.m. Winner need not be present to win. All proceeds benefit the Sno-Valley Senior Center. THRIFT STORE SALE! Get a jump start on your holiday shopping at our Veterans Day “30% Off” Sale 11/11/14 Win this Quilt! And don’t forget about our deals on Black Friday. 30% Off Everything! Avoid the crowds and shop local! Open Monday-Saturday, 10-4 425-333-0023 Home Organization, Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 9:30 a.m. Room 202. Donation: $2. Professional Organizer Sandi Olsen shows you shortcuts and insider tips to improve your environment and clear the clutter. Get your house ready for the holidays. Drop-ins okay. Get Great Deals & Help Valley Seniors Shop our Thrift Store or Donate Items Seniors Save an Extra 10% every Tuesday (except sale days) 31845 W. Commercial St, Carnation More Programs & Services Bastyr Naturopathic Clinic New Hours, New Students Friday Mornings Our Center hosts a naturopathic student clinic and charges a minimal fee for the service. A licensed naturopathic doctor supervises advanced Bastyr University students offering general health assessment and Dr. Zajdel natural remedy suggestions. (This is not meant to replace any medical care or visits with your regular physician.) The new semester with new students began last month. For registration and appointment, call or check in with the Senior Center receptionist at 425333-4152. NEW MORNING SCHEDULE Look for new 9, 10 & 11 a.m. appointments. Administrative cost is $5 for members; $8 for nonmembers. Come Over on the Shuttle Mon-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. If getting around town is a challenge, try the shuttle. It’s convenient and low-cost and you might just form friendships along the way. Call one of the numbers below to get on the list for a ride. At least 24 hours notice is required, so please register ahead. Hyde Senior Shuttle 425-333-4009 or 1-877-415-3632 Keep your Loved One at Home with our Adult Day Program Our Adult Day Program supports adults experiencing physical or mental challenges. Our goal is to help participants maintain the greatest degree of independence and well-being possible. Without our program, many of those we serve would be unable to remain in their own home and community. “Mom enjoys going to her ’club’ every day, but the best part is that she is more social and engaged at home since she started the adult day program.” — Caregiver Curious to learn more? Contact Karen Koenig, ADH Coordinator at [email protected] Meals On Wheels This is a great delivery service we can offer through Senior Services, to qualifying homebound seniors and others needing frozen prepared meals. Registration is necessary. You can apply online at SeniorServices.org or call the Center at 425-333-4152 for more information. We call clients for orders twice a month and volunteers deliver meals every other Wednesday. Lilies of the Valley Garden Club Tour gardens and learn how to enhance your own. Members join the Northwest Perennial Alliance. Call Beverly Hutchison for more information. Garden tours every 2nd Wednesday. 425-333-4650 or email her at [email protected] Cost is $45 per year. FREE CHAIR MASSAGE by Donna Morton at the Health & Care Fair, Thursday, Nov. 20 Active Options Enhance Fitness—MWF, 8 & 9:30 am A Center Favorite Activities Artist Open Studio— Mondays, 1-3, Rm 202 New! Monthly Bingo Game —starts Thursday, Dec. 4 at 1 p.m. Prizes!! Bridge—Tues/Fri 10:30 –3. Tuesdays in Room 202, Fridays in ADH Room Checkers—Mon. 11 am, Room 202 Cribbage— Second Tuesday, 1pm, Great Rm Dominoes—Fridays, 1 pm Main Hall Scrabble & Upwords Tuesday at 1 p.m. In 201 __________ Veterans Services—Veterans, Spouses, Widows: You may be eligible for services from the VA. Call Joel Estey at (206) 612-2816. Joel is happy to meet at the Senior Center by appointment. Free. Start your day off with fun, music and movement! Fitness Expert Paige Denison leads you through a terrific program designed especially for seniors. Moves can be adapted for almost any activity level and may be covered by Group Health Insurance. $36/12 classes, $45/ non-members. Zumba Gold, Tues/Thurs at 6:30pm Zumba is a great fitness alternative and Zumba Gold takes different fitness levels into account. Instructor Karen Morod also provides a few jingly coin belts so you can shake it in style in this adapted Salsa dance-like workout. Drop-ins are welcome. Punch cards are $15/$20 for 5 classes. $3/class for members, $5/others. Gentle Chair Yoga, Thurs, 9-10am Yoga Instructor Kelley Rush tailors this 1-hour class to the students who attend. Moves can be performed while sitting or standing. Please bring your own yoga mat, though one can be provided for first class. In the Great Room. Sign up at front desk or call 425-333-4152. Drop-ins ok. Member scholarships available to pay half. Non-members pay $12. $10 for Members. Thursdays, 9-10 a.m. Legal Advisor—Bill Hollowell, Attorney at Law, Wii Bowling, MWF 10:45am Come makes himself available for questions and simple consultation the second Monday of each month. Appointments must be made in advance. 1:30, 2 & 2:30 pm with appt. $1 Financial Services—Financial Planner Dan Giluck can answer your questions about finance, including questions about long-term care planning and reverse mortgages. Call him at 425-788-0454. Free phone consult. play with and against your buddies in the Great Room upstairs. No sign up necessary. Drop-ins welcome. See Geary or Amy for details. Walking and Hiking Groups We had our last walks in October. These groups will return in the spring. Stay fit by enjoying one of our many indoor fitness classes! Adult Day Health Taking Care Provides respite for caregivers and quality individualized programming including nursing care for participants. Financial aid may be available. Mon-Th. 9:30-2:30. Need Registration. Blood Pressure Checks on Mondays Eastside EMT’s visit Mondays when they’re not busy helping elsewhere. Anyone is welcome. Mon. 9:15 a.m. Free. Lobby. Foot Care with Judy Ware Keep your feet healthy! Foot Care is continuing on the first & third Thursdays of the month. 9-3. In the Sitting Room. Registration required. $28 members/$36 non-members. Bastyr Naturopathic Clinic, Every Friday Morning A licensed naturopathic doctor supervises advanced Bastyr University students offering general assessment and care. For registration and appointment, call or check in with the receptionist at 425-333-4152. Cost $5 members, $8 non-members. New Morning Appointments at 9, 10 & 11 a.m. Rainy Days do not mean you have to stop being active. SHAPE UP Chiropractic Care Dr. Paul Lund, DC, offers chiropractic treatments that may be covered by Medicare. Deductibles and co-pays (usually 20%) will apply. First appts are 1hour, follow-ups are 30 min. Sign up at front desk. Members usually $25—$36. Thursdays, now 9-10:30 by appt. Reflexology Lisa Brock is moving on and Reflexologist Peggy Miller will be performing this foot therapy to help stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself by increasing circulation and promoting relaxation. It feels terrific! Tuesdays, 9am-1pm By Appt, Room 201, $25 for Members or $33 for non-members. Therapeutic Massage Expanded Hours! Licensed Massage Therapist Donna Morton is adding days and times for this popular service at the Center Now available 3 Wednesdays a month! Sign-up required. First, Second & Third Wednesdays of the month. 9 to 11:30 a.m. $40 for 50-min; $25 for 25-min. & 15-min. is $15. FREE CHAIR MASSAGE during the HEALTH & CARE FAIR, Thurs. Nov. 20. with A FREE CLASS! Sno-Valley Senior Center Offers lots of great fitness opportunities! Gentle Chair Yoga Zumba Gold Enhance Fitness Seasonal Hiking Wii Bowling Table Tennis Try a new class or return after a 3-month+ break, and attend a class for FREE! Ask your instructor for a Shape-Up form to claim your discount! Call 425-333-4152 or go to snovalleysenior.org Potluck Breakfast & Morning News Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 8 am Join us for some news, nourishment and lively discussion. Sign up, bring a dish to share and then join us upstairs with the big-screen and newspapers. Drop-ins and donations welcome. Join us every weekday for Continental Breakfast Onsite Lab Services & Anti-Coagulation Clinic, Every Wed, 11-12:30 Medical Assistant Deborah from Snoqualmie Valley Hospital will assist you with simple blood draws and monitor your blood levels. If you’re taking Coumadin or Warfarin, this service will allow you to have your INR monitored without leaving the valley. Dosing and refills are included. A referral is required from your physician. Breakfast Safari, Sat, Nov. 15 We’ll meet at Sno-Valley Senior Center at 8:30 a.m. and drive over to Monroe to the East County Senior Center. See the full description inside the front page. Hot Lunch Every Weekday Mon- Fri. Noon $6, $3 donation for 60+ Weekdays the Center serves a hot lunch at noon, made from scratch by Chef Jennifer Berg and our crew of talented volunteers. Many meals feature fresh organic produce from local farms. Please see Jennifer if you’d like to volunteer. Caregiver Support Group, FREE Thursday, Nov. 13, from 1-2:30 pm If you are caring for someone with memory loss, this free monthly Support Group provides a consistent and caring place for you to learn, share and gain emotional support from others on similar journeys. Contact Karen Koenig at (425) 761-2946. Birthday Lunch, Thursday, November 20 All are welcome. All current members with a birthday this month enjoy a free lunch with a reservation. Third Thursday of the month. Noon. Cost for birthday supporters: Letter from the Director Peggy McNamara By the time you read this, our annual Valley of the Moon Fundraising Auction and Dinner will have been held; we’ll be sure to give you an update on the outcome of that next month. Of course, we couldn’t hold that event without the help of all the volunteers, sponsors, donors and attendees. We will be doing a proper thank you after the event, but for now, a general thank you to all is in order. A few updates: The September 27th Steak Dinner had a total attendance of 130 people and we raised a little over $2300 that evening. I certainly enjoyed my first steak dinner as Director, and look forward to many more. Thank you to everyone who attended and of course, a HUGE thank you goes out to Midge Pharmer, and family, for putting the dinner on for us and all the volunteers who had a hand in making it a fun evening for all. And, one more thank you goes out to our sponsor for that evening, Ray and Tova Burhen. Round of applause to all! If you haven’t made your way upstairs of late, our lending library has moved to the hallway that leads to the Great Room. It has been fun to see the increased interest and activity with our books and movies out in the open for all to see. A men’s group from Redemption Church installed the shelving, Joanne Decker is the one responsible for moving the books and keeping it all organized and Geary Smith and Bob Gilbertson helped to finish off a couple of the bookshelf units, too. It is endearing to see how the community steps up to help this center be the amazing place it is. You may have also heard a bit about the potential sale of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital to Overlake. If there is a sale, it may impact our nursing staff for the ADH program; currently, our two nurses are funded by Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, which amounts to approximately $60,000 per year. We are working to proactively keep that support in place and at the same time, explore other funding options. There is a task force that has been formed to dig into getting hard data on what our current relationship with Senior Services brings to the entity as well as learning what it would take to be independent of them, if and when that option arises. It is hard to say what the outcome of this exploration will be but we will be sure to keep you informed along the way. In addition to all that, I appreciate your support through the staff changes that are being made in the administrative offices of the Sno-Valley Senior Center. Change is hard. Change is even more difficult in non-profits that have caring individuals involved. Back-to-back deficits require us to do things differently. It is an honor to serve you, and the community at large, in this capacity as Director. Thank you for the trust. In Gratitude, Peggy L. McNamara $6 or $3 donation for those 60+ Don’t Miss 10% Tuesdays! Seniors 65 & up receive 10% off “There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” ~George Bernard Shaw Can you spare a few hours a week? Volunteers make a difference. Our volunteers help make the Senior Center hum. Consider a fun, once-a-week position or donate your time on a flexible basis. Re-in-Carnation Thrift Store Great job experience. Cashiers needed. 3-hour shifts available Monday-Saturday. Clerical & Data Entry All proceeds benefit local seniors. Call 333-0023 or stop by 31845 W. Commercial St, Carnation 2-3-hour shifts available any time, any day Adult Day Health 5-hour shift, 9-2:30 p.m., M, T, W or Th Special Events Help plan, decorate, serve, set-up or clean-up for dinners, dances, auctions and events. Meet our new Chaplain Weather Watch Warnings & Closures It was a lovely summer, but Fall is definitely here and winter is close on her heels! Here are a few tips to make sure you stay safe and prepared for the weather adventures ahead. Note from our director: Sno-Valley Senior Center now has a chaplain, Karl Heitman, available to serve the needs of our community. Read below for a brief introduction. Greetings! My name is Karl Heitman and I am the Senior Pastor of Carnation Bible Church since June 2014. I have served as an Assistant Pastor, Sunday School Teacher, Adult Bible Study Teacher and parttime Christian School Teacher prior to coming to Carnation Bible Church. I have over 11 years of military experience and I plan to be commissioned to serve as a Chaplain in the US Air Force Reserves this year. If you’re online, check out takewinterbystorm.org for great ideas and checklists. A few items they suggest you have on hand: Water and food for three days, flashlight, first aid kit, cash, meds & pet supplies. On stormy days, listen to local news reports for school closures. The Senior Center will follow the recommendations for Riverview School District. If they have a one-hour delay, so will the Senior Center. A 1-hour delay means no 8 a.m. fitness class. A 2-hour delay cancels both morning fitness classes. In 2011 I earned a Bachelor of Christian Ministry degree from Wayland Baptist University in Anchorage, Alaska and then a Master of Divinity degree from The Master’s Seminary. My wife Jennifer and I were married in 2006 and together we have three beautiful children: David (7), Annalise (5), and Jonathan Calvin (1). I look forward to serving our small community by being the Chaplain at the Sno-Valley Senior Center. I am available for any who may develop any spiritual needs. Please don't hesitate to call at 333.6436 or write me at [email protected] should you become in need of any pastoral care. Pastor Karl A full-day closure means all activities and lunch, will be cancelled. You may call the center for updates at 425-333-4152 or check the webpage at snovalleysenior.org or check our Facebook page. Keep in mind, if power is down in some areas, we may not be able to update immediately. Stay warm! Free Pet Food Available through the King County Humane Society. If you are caring for cats or dogs in your household and you need assistance providing for their nutritional needs, there is help available. The Senior Center has arranged for Pet Food Deliveries the second Monday or Tuesday of the month. Del & Nancy Moore graciously volunteer their time to pick up and deliver the bags of food that the Humane Society provides and bags up for us. This is a great service we’d like to keep up. Please assist us by filling out a form with your needs and your financial statement, which may be verified by the Humane Society. Also, please sign out at the front desk when you come to pick up your items. This helps us regulate the flow, and update your information. Please pick up your bags no later than Friday morning of the delivery week. We cannot store food on the premises for more than few days. For the month of October, because we will be hosting our annual auction, please pick up your food by Thursday. Thanks for your cooperation in keeping this program healthy and thriving for all who need it! November Lunch Menu Each meal is served with 8 oz milk. All food prepared at this site is home made. (HM) The USDA prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age or disability. Monday Tuesday Wednesday 3 Bratwurst Oven Fries 3 Bean Salad Fruit Ice Cream Cabbage Patch Soup Broccoli Salad Orange Sweet Potato Biscuit Brownies 4 Stuffed Peppers Spinach Salad Fruit Jell-O Chocolate Lush 11 Closed Thank You Veterans! Fish and Chips Coleslaw Fruit Dessert Chicken & Black Bean Salad Sweet Potato Biscuit Mixed Fruit Molasses Cookie 24 Beef Stroganoff Vegetable Salad Roll Apple cake 5 Hot Dog Oven Fries Broccoli Salad Fruit Ice Cream Friday 6 Zucchini Soup Hot Roast Beef Sandwich Waldorf Salad Chocolate Peanut butter Cookie 13 12 Clam Chowder Island Coleslaw Ham on Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookie 19 18 Baked Ziti Bread stick Broccoli Salad Oranges Chocolate Bundt Cake BBQ Pork Sandwich Coleslaw Orange Peanut Butter Cookie Menu subject to change without notice due to product availability . 21 Orange Beef Rice/Roll Sautéed Veggies Apricot Jell-O Poppy seed Cake Turkey Stuffing, Potatoes Cranberry sauce Green Beans Roll Pumpkin Pie 26 27 Closed Happy Thanksgiving! 7 14 Thanksgiving & Birthday Lunch 20 Sloppy Joes on Bun Oven Fries Carrot Raisin Salad Peach Cobbler 25 Tuna Casserole Green Salad Green Beans Roll Lemon Lush Meatloaf Mashed Potatoes Brussels Sprouts Roll Dessert Taco Salad Tortilla Chips Orange Apricot Oat Bars 10 17 Thursday 28 Closed Happy Shopping! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday November 2014 BAKERS NEEDED For PIE AUCTION Nov. 8 Please Sign Up at Desk or call 333-4152 3 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15, 9:30-10:45 Blood Pressure Checks, Lobby 9:15 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Wii Bowling, Great Room, 10:45 Checkers, Room, 202, 11 Artist Open Studio, Room 202, 1-3 Thrift Store Meeting 1-2:30 4 Potluck Breakfast 8 a.m. Reflexology, Room 201, 9-1 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Bridge, Room 202, 10:30—2:30 Scrabble and Upwords, Room 201, 1-3 Bread Delivery Zumba Gold 6:30 pm 10% off for Seniors at Thrift Store Reception Meeting, 1 p.m. 10 Continental Breakfast 8-9 11 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15, 9:30-10:45 Veterans Day Breakfast Blood Pressure Checks, Lobby 9:15 8-10 a.m. Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Wii Bowling, Great Room, 10:45 Veterans Eat Free Checkers, Room, 202, 11 Thank You Duvall Rotary Artist Open Studio, Room 202, 1-3 Legal Advisor by Appt, 1:30-3 Pet Food Delivery—Thx Del& Nancy Center is Closed for Programming (Re-in-Carnation Sale!) 17 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15, 9:30-10:45 Blood Pressure Checks, Lobby 9:15 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Wii Bowling, Great Room, 10:45 Checkers, Room, 202, 11 Artist Open Studio, Room 202, 1-3 18 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Reflexology, Room 201, 9-1 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Bridge, Room 202, 10:30—2:30 Scrabble and Upwords, Room 201, 1-3 Bread Delivery Zumba Gold 6:30 pm 10% off for Seniors at Thrift Store 5 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Massage Appts 9-11:30, Room 201 Tolt Student Visit, Great Room, 11:30 Anticoagulation Clinic, 11-12:30 #202 Home Organization, 9:30, Rm #202 6 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Veteran’s Services by Appt. Footcare by Appt. 9-3 Sitting Rm Chiropractic by Appt, Rm 201, 9-10:30 Gentle Chair Yoga, Great Rm 9-10 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 7 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Bridge, ADH Room, 10:30-3 Wii Open Bowling 10:45 Dominoes, Mexican Train 12:45 8 Pie Auction & Steak Dinner 4:30 & 6:30 p.m. Reserve by 11/6 For $15 Dinner 13 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Veteran’s Services by Appt. Chiropractic by Appt, Rm 201, 9-10:30 Gentle Chair Yoga, Great Rm 9-10 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 All Member Gathering 12:30 p.m. Caregiver Support Group 1-2:30 14 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Bridge, ADH Room, 10:30-3 Wii Open Bowling 10:45 Dominoes, Mexican Train 12:45 Bastyr Naturopathic Clinic 9-12 15 Breakfast Safari, 20 Continental Breakfast 8-9 HEALTH & CARE FAIR, 10:30-2 Footcare by Appt. 9-3 Sitting Rm Chiropractic by Appt, Rm 201, 9-10:30 21 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Bridge, ADH Room, 10:30-3 Wii Open Bowling 10:45 Dominoes, Mexican Train 12:45 Bastyr Naturopathic Clinic 9-12 Pick up Pet Food by Today! 25 Bastyr Naturopathic Clinic 9-12 Wii Bowling is at 1 p.m. today. Meals on Wheels Delivery—Thx RB 12 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 No Wii Bowling Session Today Massage Appts 9-11:30, Room 201 Anticoagulation Clinic, 11-12:30 #202 Historical Society Mtg, 7-9 p.m. 19 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 No Massage Today. Come tomorrow! Wii Bowling, Great Room, 10:45 Anticoagulation Clinic, 11-12:30 #202 Meals on Wheels Delivery—Thx RB Finance Committee Mtg, 3 p.m. Executive Committee Mtg, 5 p.m. Potluck Dinner & Movie, 5 pm Fundraising Meeting 9:30-11 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Gentle Chair Yoga, Great Rm 9-10 Muscles & Aging Speaker, 10:30 November Birthday Lunch—Noon Van @8:30 am To Monroe for Pancake Breakfast & Antique Shopping Memory Café, 4:30 p.m. At Carnation Cafe 24 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15, 9:30-10:45 Blood Pressure Checks, Lobby 9:15 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Wii Bowling, Great Room, 10:45 Checkers, Room, 202, 11 Artist Open Studio, Room 202, 1-3 25 Breakfast Safari, 8:30 a.m Continental Breakfast 8-9 Reflexology, Room 201, 9-1 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Bridge, Room 202, 10:30—2:30 Scrabble and Upwords, Room 201, 1-3 Zumba Gold 6:30 pm Bread Delivery 26 Continental Breakfast 8-9 Enhance Fitness 8-9:15 , 9:30-10:45 Adult Day Health Program 9:30-2:30 Wii Bowling, Great Room, 10:45 Anticoagulation Clinic, #202, 11-12:30 Meals on Wheels Delivery—Thx RB Board Meeting 5-7 p.m. Happy Black Friday Center is Closed Hot Lunch served every day at noon. $3 to $6 Center is Closed Shop our Thrift Store 30% Off Everything!
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