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July 2019 Vol. 55 Issue 7 BrewsterLiving.org

In this issue: 2 Leadership Team Featured Home MCP BINGO 3 Coffee Lounge Grand Opening and Naming Contest Independence Day Variety Show 4 From the Chaplain Movie and Discussion 5 All Aboard! Fall History Trip to Missouri and Illinois 6 Foundation News KU Osher Series 7 The Market Summer Book Club At the Movies on BPTV 8 Downsizing Seminar Photos

Our Mission Brewster Place is a retirement community providing all of its residents opportunities for an optimal quality of life.

The Brewster Health Center is accredited by The Joint Commission.

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rewster’s Five to Thrive Dimensions of Wellness — physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and social — provide the roadmap for our programming. Our varied wellness programs allow residents and members the chance to engage in those classes, activities and events that help meet their individual wellness goals. A key component of wellness is education. Without education we fail to provide the basis or core reasons for change. For many years, Brewster served as a host site for Stormont Vail’s Healthwise 55 Luncheon which provided expert health and wellness speakers. As of last year, Stormont Vail’s Healthwise 55 programs occur at their site. With this change, Brewster’s Wellness and Resident Services Team decided to host their own educational luncheon series and created the Five to Thrive Wellness Luncheons. Luncheons are open to Brewster Place residents and members as well as the public, so invite your friends! Reservations are required by calling Jamie Fritz at 274-3398.

Five to Thrive Wellness Luncheons Third Tuesday of each month 11:30 am | Klinge Activity Center Lunch is $7. Meal is included for Redwood residents. Residents with meal plans may use this meal as part of their plan. All others can pay by cash or charge to their monthly statements.

JULY | Topeka Mayor Michelle De La Isla Mayor De La Isla will discuss the growing quality of life in Topeka and update us on exciting things to come!

AUGUST | Patrick Mitchell Brewster Admissions Coordinator Patrick will provide information about hospital and rehab admission requirements with regard to Medicare.

SEPTEMBER | Susan Fangman Shawnee County Consumer Sciences Agent Medicare Part D: The Importance of Reviewing Your Drug Plan Each Year

OCTOBER | Jay Gray, P.A. Rick’s Dermatology Skin health, safety, and treatment.

NOVEMBER | Steve Anderson CEO of The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus Come hear about the exciting programs and services occurring on the St. Francis campus. 


Brewster’s Leadership Team

Matt Burns, Director of Environmental Services

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his month we continue our focus on Brewster’s Leadership Team with a profile of Matt Burns, Director of Environmental Services. Matt was raised on a farm near Mayetta and graduated from Royal Valley High School in Hoyt. He married his high school sweetheart, Rhonda, and as he stated, they enjoyed “an eleven year honeymoon traveling with the military in Washington, Italy, Germany, Kansas and Georgia.” Matt joined the National Guard in 1999 to finish his 20 years for retirement and was deployed to Iraq in 2005. He retired from the military in 2009 with 22 years of service. Matt and Rhonda raised four children and now have four grandchildren in Overland Park. In 2018 Matt completed his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Washburn University. Matt began his career at Brewster Place in 2003 as a Maintenance Tech serving the residents at The Evergreens. In 2011 he was promoted to Director of Maintenance and since then has added the housekeeping and custodial teams as well as the security/transportation team in his role as Director of Environmental Services. When asked why he came to work at Brewster Place, Matt replied, “I enjoy helping those in need and as a maintenance

technician, I got to be someone’s hero every day.” He states, “Brewster’s leadership and residents have been good to me and now the entire community — residents and staff — feels more like family than a workspace. My favorite part of the job is being able to make a difference for those people who pass through my sphere of influence.” Matt has served a crucial role during Brewster’s many construction projects — all while keeping his department on track. Many of you may not know that Matt is a licensed pastor with the American Baptist Association. He has served as pastor for a couple of different churches. Currently he provides pulpit supply as needed. He has many times graciously volunteered his time as our substitute Chaplain for Vespers. Matt commented, “I would like to say ‘thank you’ to those kind residents who have been gracious to me through the years when I have been forgetful or made a mistake. They are the ones who give me the incentive to keep going when the stress builds up. You have blessed me.” Matt is a great example of a “servant-leader” and we thank him for his continued service. 

July Featured Home Enjoy Maintenance-Free Living at the Cottonwood Villas “Why not me on a rainy day, why not me to love your cares away, why not me” -The Judds

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ust like The Judds 1984 number one country western single, “Why Not Me,” the remaining Cottonwood Villa is yearning to be loved. Amenities in this brand new, one bedroom, one and a half bath Villa includes stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, luxury tile and carpet, full size washer and dryer in the Master Suite, underbuilding parking, and delightful neighbors. If you love where you live and live where you love, you’ll always have a song in your heart. Now’s the time to write and live your lyrics at Brewster Place! Call Chris or Nancy at 274-3350 today to schedule a tour. Brewster residents receive a free one month’s fee for recommending a friend who moves into Brewster Place!  2

BINGO Hosted by MCP Group McPherson Contractors Our friends from MCP Group (contractors for our Villas and new expansion project), as they host BINGO for us! Friday, July 19 1:00 pm Klinge Activity Center Thank you MCP!


Naming Contest and Grand Opening Join Us at The Evergreens “Coffee Lounge”

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t’s an exciting time at Brewster! Construction continues on the expansion project that includes the new cultural arts center, restaurant, kitchen, indoor pool, wellness cenGrand Opening ter and wood shop. Step by step portions “Coffee Lounge” of the existing space at The Evergreens are Friday, July 19 being completed. The Executive office 3:00—5:00 pm space, Information Center and The EverThe Evergreens greens Library are complete, and now we are ready to unveil the Coffee Lounge! Please join us for a Grand Opening to enjoy a glass of beer or wine, visit with your friends, and view this beautiful new space.

Help Us Name This New Space! We want YOUR suggestions to name the “Coffee Lounge” at The Evergreens. Use your creativity to name this new special gathering spot at Brewster Place.

Coffee Lounge Naming Contest Suggestions and Voting Details 

Name Idea boxes will be available at the Redwood Information Center, The Evergreens Information Center and at the Main Street Connect counter. Place your creative suggestions in one of the boxes by Wednesday, July 17. Entries will be reviewed by a staff group who will choose the top three. Voting begins at the Grand Opening on July 19 and will continue through July (boxes will be available in the same locations for voting). The contest winner will be announced in the August Brewster News.

Beginning July 22... Coffee Lounge Hours Monday—Friday 7:00 —10:30 am 2:00—4:30 pm

MENU BEVERAGES Coffee Tea Cappuccino Lattes Hot Cocoa Soda

BAKERY Scones Muffins Cookies Donuts

BREAKFAST Breakfast Wrap Quiche Parfait LUNCH Chef Salad Club Sandwich Soup TREATS Ice Cream Ice Cream Float 3

Transportation Reminder: For reservations for both on-campus and off-campus transportation, please call: Transportation Number 274-3320


From the Chaplain Coping with Grief by Chaplain Roger Jackson, M. Div.

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up to stage 5. You may begin in the denial stage but then skip to the depression stage. Or you may begin in the anger stage, go to bargaining stage, then to denial stage, and back to the anger stage. Each stage is important, though, as you walk through the process of healing. Also, if faith is important to you, it is valuable for you to surround yourself with people that understand and support your religious beliefs. God can give you the strength you need. Remember Paul’s words from Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.” You also may have lots of questions. You may even feel angry with God. You may feel abandoned and all alone. These feelings are normal, and they can help guide the grieving process. In times of grief, I often reflect on the Footprints in the Sand poem. “The times when you have seen only one set of footprints, it is then that I carried you!” When we are going through the grieving process, it is a time that we need Jesus to carry us through. 

any of you may have experienced a loss recently. Perhaps you’ve lost a spouse, a family member, a friend, a pet, your driving privileges, or your home of 50 years. Whatever the loss, it is important to cope with it. Oftentimes, we try to deal with our loss alone because we don’t want people to know we can’t get over it and move on. Actually, it is impossible to just “get over it.” But, you can begin the process of healing and learning how to cope. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross identified five stages of grief, especially associating the stages with death and dying. The five stages can also be useful for other types of losses that we experience. The stages are as follows: 1. Denial and Isolation 2. Anger 3. Bargaining 4. Depression 5. Acceptance It is important to note that each person goes through the stages differently. It is not like walking up a flight of stairs, stage 1, stage 2, and

Movie and Discussion God Bless the Broken Road Monday, July 22 2:00 pm Main Street Chapel Intermission — Refreshments Discussion afterwards.

God Bless the Broken Road tells the story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their young daughter in his absence. The film combines elements of faith, country music, and stock car racing while paying tribute to those who serve in the United States Military. 

Weekly Vespers Every Sunday 2:30 pm Brewster Health Center Fink Living Room 4:00 pm Main Street Chapel

Guided Meditation Tuesdays 3:00 pm Main Street Chapel

Prayer & Contemplation Daily 12:30 pm Main Street Chapel

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All Aboard! Fall Tour of Historic America

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September 25—27 Native American Culture Presidential History Frank Lloyd-Wright Route 66

ou are invited to join Jamie Fritz, Life Enrichment Coordinator, and Julie Schmanke, Wellness Specialist, on a fun and educational fall adventure. On this trip, history will come alive as we travel by train to St. Louis where we’ll meet the Brewster bus. Our history adventure begins as we tour the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site in nearby Collinsville, Illinois. This is the site of a pre-Columbian Native American city directly across the Mississippi River from modern St. Louis, Missouri. We will explore hundreds of years of Native American traditions, culture and history. We will then head to Springfield, Illinois to explore the complete and authentic collection of Abraham Lincoln sites that let you step back in time to walk in the legendary President’s footsteps, enjoy the nostalgia of Route 66, and take in the grandeur of the Frank Lloyd-Wright designed Dana—Thomas House. We must have at least 12 adventurous individuals to take the trip. Please make reservations by July 20 by calling Jamie at 274-3398. Space is limited.

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Wednesday, September 25  Travel to Union Station in Kansas City to catch the train  Board the Amtrak train for St. Louis, Missouri. Autumn is a lovely time to travel and see the changing seasons. Lunch provided  Meet the Brewster bus  Tour Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site  Board bus to drive to Springfield, Illinois and check in to the Drury Inn

COST Hotel $120 per night per room (includes breakfast and light dinner Thursday) Transportation $150 for Residents and BrewsterConnect members $185 for non members Tours $60 Meals Dutch Treat

Thursday, September 26  Tour President Abraham Lincoln Museum  Tour Lincoln’s Home  Tour Illinois State Capitol  Neighborhood Tour and Film of Lincoln’s Home  Other Tours

CANCELLATION POLICY   

Full refund by August 1 $150 cancellation fee August 2—24 No refund after August 24 

Friday, September 27  Tour Dana—Thomas House, a Frank Lloyd Wright Design  Tour Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum  Board the Brewster bus and head home facebook.com/brewsterplace.org

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Heritage Society by Jeremy Hall, Director of Brewster Foundation

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ll you need to do is look around our campus to see that Brewster Place has been able to do so much more with your important and growing support than if we had been without it. Brewster can serve people we otherwise could not; we maintain levels of quality and programming which we would otherwise be unable to achieve. Brewster has a reputation for strong commitment to excellence and we are the leaders in caring for seniors in our greater community. All of this would be unachievable without philanthropy. The Brewster Foundation is merely a conduit, functioning to support your philanthropic giving toward excellence in quality of life for seniors — and serves as an example of your universal love of your fellow residents and those who will come after — which becomes not just the business of the Foundation, but the business of our lives. We are immensely grateful for your partnership. The Brewster Foundation Heritage Society serves as a way for individuals to make a lasting commitment to Brewster and the Brewster Foundation. The Brewster Place Heritage Society is made up of individuals who have notified the Brewster Foundation that they have made a lifetime gift to Brewster Place, helping to guarantee future residents and community members the quality of programming and care they have come to enjoy.

Brewster Foundation Heritage Society You may join through gifts of:  A BEQUEST in your Will  A gift from your TRUST  A CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY Brewster Place accepts gifts of:  PROPERTY  LIFE INSURANCE  A gift from your RETIREMENT PLAN  Publicly traded SECURITIES and MUTUAL FUNDS  A percentage of your Brewster Place LIFE ACCOMMODATION PLAN or ESTATE PRESERVATION PLAN Those in the Heritage Society have spoken with their philanthropic gifts that the mission and values of Brewster align with theirs. Please contact the Brewster Foundation office at 274-3327 to find out how you can leave a lasting legacy. The Brewster Foundation encourages all donors to consult their trust officer, financial planner or tax advisor when determining the advantages of any gift they may wish to consider. 

KU Osher Lifelong Learning Series

A On the Road: Highways, Cars and Vacations of a Bygone Era Wednesdays July 10, 17, and 24 2:00—4:00 pm Main Street Chapel

lthough federal highway construction started in 1916, the U.S. became a caroriented nation after World War II. Some of us recall tourist travel on Route 66 or the Lincoln Highway when they were two-lane roads, eating homemade sandwiches or food from roadside diners, spending the night at modest tourist courts while on the way to the Grand Canyon, Mt. Rushmore, or lesser known travel destinations. Then came the interstate highways, Howard Johnsons and Holiday Inn. We will recall the years when gas was cheap and cars were large through film clips, historical accounts, travel music and our own memories. Instructor Carl Graves, Ph.D., holds a master’s degree in U.S. history from KU and a doctorate from Harvard. He taught at the university and community college levels, and at Kansas City’s Pembroke Hill School. 

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Tuesday, July 23 at 2:00 pm The Evergreens Community Room We have chosen The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman. It is a true story in which the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo saved hundreds of people from Nazi hands. When Germany invaded Poland, Stuka bombers devastated Warsaw—and the city's zoo along with it. With most of their animals dead, zookeepers Jan and Antonina Zabinski began smuggling Jews into empty cages. With her exuberant prose and exquisite sensitivity to the natural world, Diane Ackerman engages us viscerally in the lives of the zoo animals, their keepers, and their hidden visitors. Please call Jamie at 274-3398 for a copy of the book. 

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he Market on Main Street has seen quite a bit of change in the past few months. Rave reviews are coming in about the menu and the delicious food. The The Market Hours feedback is positive Monday—Thursday on the new price per 8:00 am—2:30 pm pound and sales have Friday increased. Thanks to 10:00 am—5:00 pm your business, the price will remain at $4.99 per pound going forward. Your support and feedback continues to be valuable to help make The Market a place you love to visit. Work will continue to improve many aspects of The Market. An evaluation is being completed regarding the sundry items available for purchase. There will be a suggestion box in The Market through the month of July. Please take a moment to provide feedback on sundry items you’d like to see available in The Market. The Market is a great place to stop and grab a quick bite, pick up a much needed item, or just say hi to a friend. If you haven’t stopped by in a while, come on down and check it out. 

At the Movies Thursdays at 2:00 pm BPTV 1960 July 4 No movie today due to the holiday. July 11 “An Unfinished Life” (2005 movie based on a book) July 18 “Walk. Ride. Rodeo” (2019 drama based on real life) July 25 “Mary Poppins Returns” (2018 family)

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If you have suggestions for movies, please call Janis Swanson, Director of Communications, at 274-3389. She’d love to hear your ideas!

Did you know that KU Audio-Reader is available for Brewster Place residents on BPTV 1961. Program guides are available by calling Maxine Thuston at 274-3374 or coming by the Redwood Information Center (office). Tune in and hear the latest news from around the region.

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Downsizing Seminar Rightsi zing, Organi zing, and Letting G o Please join us on Wednesday, July 31 at 1:30 pm Brewster Place | Redwood Klinge Activity Center

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id you know it’s never too early to think about downsizing? In fact, these days many people in their 40s, 50s and 60s are already thinking about simplifying their lives with less stuff and smaller homes. No matter your age, the thought of sifting through basements, closets, cabinets and drawers is a daunting task and can be overwhelming. In fact, many people get “stuck in the overwhelm” and wait until the last minute to downsize. Whether you are ready to downsize to simplify your life or because you are ready to move to a maintenance-free home, we want to help you! We have invited two experts who will offer tried and true methods for taking charge of your space and making it work best for you. Just know it doesn’t have to happen overnight and the hardest part is coming up with a plan and getting started! Let us help you!

Everyone has Something to Share

Above: In June we hosted the Quincy Summer Camp once a week. Residents and campers enjoyed learning together and forming friendships. Jo Ann Kemp is always happy to volunteer in our intergenerational programs, along with many other residents, and we thank all of them for their time.

Speakers Celsie Sneden of Neat Method Kansas City Celsie will explain how to categorize and strategize the space in your current home and how to set up a new home to maximize closets, kitchens, and more.

Phyllis Lansford, Retired Lifestyle Consultant at Brewster Place Phyllis retired a couple of year ago after a long career assisting people in their move to Brewster Place. She continues to share her knowledge on how to get ready for a big move in your life. Phyllis will speak about questions regarding when is the right time to move and how to approach the task of letting go.  Left: Major General Jack Strukel, Jr., a Brewster Place resident and distinguished veteran, presented Jerry Hinton, a Brewster Place resident and a distinguished World War II veteran, with a special award honoring Jerry’s 100th birthday in June. These two men share the bonds of service to our country and now friendship as Brewster Place residents. Happy 100th Jerry! You are an inspiration to us all! Left: Ann Uhl also volunteered her time at the Quincy Summer Camp. Ann participates in many programs at Brewster Place as well as volunteering her time. Thank you, Ann!

Share your time. Your gifts can only be given by you!


july remembrances

celebrations | new beginnings | fond farewells

Birthdays Lillie DaMetz Don Morris Merlin Johnson Gary McGinness Polly Collins Mary Allen Magdalene Kovach Don Dawson Molly Morris Ann Cousins Helen Petterson Virginia Mansfield Marilyn Hypse Jim Banks June Cunningham Garland Roseberry Dick Nichol Daisy Douthett Joyce Harbaugh Tom McMahon Harold Hula George Mergenmeier Betty Bulkley Reeta Akins Don Finson Patsy Brewster Judy Cutright

Staff Anniversaries 2 2 7 7 9 10 11 13 13 14 14 15 16 17 20 20 21 22 22 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 27

Brewster staff members who are celebrating their employment anniversaries in July!

Department Administration Melissa Reynolds Environmental Services Michael Brown Michael Tetuan Jordan Downs-Bugg Larry Maddux Mary Stephens Health Services Kelli Thompson Sandy Guzman-Soto Jolene Morrison Brenda Patterson Rosanna Bradford Gwen Courter Jaimie Casto Crystal Fosdick Amanda Murdock Mary Tenbrink Security/Transportation Helen Paxson

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Anniversaries Lawrence and Tina Heide Al and Janet Metz Jack and Gloria Barron Jerry and Diana Reed Gary and Donna Scoggin

7-4-1948 7-11-1969 7-12-1948 7-20-2018 7-31-1960

New Residents Millie Sanborn Larry and Alice Bowser Dotty Hanger

Redwood 420 North Terr 12 Redwood 322

In Memoriam Mr. John Dugan, Jr. Mr. Jack Renander Mrs. Gwen Miller

6-5-2019 6-17-2019 6-25-2019

The Brewster News is a monthly publication for the residents and friends of Brewster Place. The Brewster News is also available online at: www.BrewsterLiving.org Janis Swanson, Editor Janis.Swanson@BrewsterLiving.org


july on-campus events Chess Group | Mondays, July 1 and 15 | 3:00 pm | Main Street Pavilion Come and play Chess with IT Manager John Long and other Brewster residents. All skill levels are welcome. Karli Swedland Concert | Tuesday, July 2 | 3:00 pm | Redwood Lounge Karli is the beautiful great granddaughter of resident Verna Markham. She has many musical gifts that she is willing to share with us. Independence Day Variety Show | Wednesday, July 3 | 1:00 pm | Klinge Activity Center See article on page 3. Christmas in July Sing A Long | Monday, July 8 | 1:00 pm |Redwood Lounge We missed our sing a long in December due to illness, so we are celebrating in July. Dick Nichol will play the piano and lead us in song. It will be a special memory. Poetry Group | Monday, July 8 | 2:00 pm | Redwood Founders Room We are still open to new members for the Brewster Poetry Group led by Brewster resident, Jim Ransom. Please bring a short poem to read to the group. We should try to keep these of a size that makes them readable in 5-7 minutes so that everyone will have a chance to read, and so that we have some discussion time. Any subject is fine. It can be a poem you have written, or a poem you like for whatever reason. Please call Jim at 221-9551 or email him at jransom1@cox.net or if you have any questions. Bridge | Tuesdays, July 9 and 23 | 7:00 pm | Redwood Lounge If interested please call Doris Davidson at 286-1432. KU Osher Lifelong Learning Series | Wednesdays, July 10, 17, and 24 | 2:00 pm | Main Street Chapel See article on page 6. Five to Thrive Luncheon | Tuesday, July 16 | 11:30 am | Klinge Activity Center Please make reservations by Friday, July 12 by calling Jamie at 274-3398. See article on front page for more information. Coffee Lounge Grand Opening | Friday, July 19 | 3:00 pm | Evergreens Coffee Lounge See article on page 3. Book Club | Tuesday, July 23 | 2:00 pm | Evergreen Community Room We have chosen The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman. It is a true story in which the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo saved hundreds of people from Nazi hands. When Germany invaded Poland, Stuka bombers devastated Warsaw—and the city's zoo along with it. With most of their animals dead, zookeepers Jan and Antonina Zabinski began smuggling Jews into empty cages. With her exuberant prose and exquisite sensitivity to the natural world, Diane Ackerman engages us viscerally in the lives of the zoo animals, their keepers, and their hidden visitors. Please call Jamie at 274-3398 for a copy of the book


july off-campus events Tour of Ritchie House and Scenic Drive | Thursday, July 11 | 1:00 pm | Lobbies We will begin with a guided tour of the John and Mary Ritchie house. The Ritchies were some of the most influential and prominent citizens during and after the founding of Topeka. They were abolitionists, philanthropists, and conductors on the Underground Railroad. Mr. Ritchie fought for rights of all men and women. We will also drive by several other documented stations on the Underground Railroad. We will conclude with a tasty Dutch treat of the groups’ choosing. Space is limited. Please call Jamie at 274-3398 for reservations. Farmer’s Market | Saturday, July 13 | 9:00 am | Lobbies Come and enjoy the Topeka Farmer’s Market. Hopefully we can find some yummy fresh vegetables. Please call Jamie at 274-3398 for reservations. Lawrence Day Out | Thursday, July 18 | 10:15 am | Lobbies We will begin our adventure by doing a little shopping in downtown Lawrence and having a yummy lunch. We will then attend the Osher program on William Howard and Nellie Taft. There will be a special appearance by “President William Howard Taft and First Lady Nellie Taft,” as reenacted by nationally known performers William and Sue Wills. They will present the personal side of the country’s first couple. Seating is limited. Please call Jamie for reservations at 274-3398. The transportation cost is $13. Lunch and shopping are Dutch treat. Oklahoma! at Helen Hocker | Saturday, July 20 | 6:00 pm | Lobbies “Where the wind goes whistling down the plains…” Oklahoma is the first musical written by the team of Rodgers and Hammerstein. The musical is set on a farm in 1906 and tells the story of a farm girl and her courtship by two rival suitors. Tickets are $12.25 and will sell out quickly. They go on sale July 5 and we need to purchase as soon as possible. Please call Jamie at 274-3398 to get your ticket. Lunch Out | Thursday, July 25 | 11:00 am | Lobbies We are on a quest to find the best Mexican food in Topeka. We are going to check out El Torito in the former Falley's grocery store in North Topeka. The restaurant includes a market with Hispanic-oriented products not typically found in area stores. It will be an adventure. Please call Jamie for reservations at 274-3398. Lunch is Dutch treat. Topeka Civic Theatre | Thursday, July 25 | 5:45 pm | Lobbies Topeka Civic Theatre presents their summer musical Singin’ in the Rain, the toe tapping, splashy adaptation of the celebrated and beloved film. Each unforgettable scene, every memorable moment from the film and a downpour of unforgettable songs will have you singing and dancing in and out of Topeka Civic Theatre. Tickets are limited. Please call Jamie at 274-3398 to get your ticket. This production is co-sponsored by Brewster!

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Brewster News July 2019  

The Brewster News is the monthly newsletter of Brewster Place, a not-for-profit Life Plan Community, in Topeka, Kansas.

Brewster News July 2019  

The Brewster News is the monthly newsletter of Brewster Place, a not-for-profit Life Plan Community, in Topeka, Kansas.

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