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Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc.

· Chauvet “Mel” Jackson, Operations Technician

· Jim Fish, President & CEO · Yvette Gosline, Vice President of

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· Mallory Balice, Program

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Programs & Services Melody Stephens, Director of Operations Debra Marlowe, Organizational Development Coordinator Anita Langin, Accounting Technician Jennifer Sherman, Director of Case Management Eddie Jackson, Technology & Reporting Compliance Administrator Derissa Gore, Case Management Support Teresa Muchler-Nogi, Data Systems Manager

Coordinator Specialist

· Karen Tierney, Receptionist · Virginia Long, Ash · Mary Green, Boiling Spring Lakes · Mike Blandino, Calabash and Town Creek

· Veronica Lett-McGee, Leland · Courtney Bledsoe, Leland · Marilou Smith, Leland · Shelley Cooper, Leland

i · Doug Russell, Leland · Anne Gass, Shallotte · Kathy Gehlhardt, Shallotte · Victoria Hine, Shallotte · Emory Saghy, Shallotte · Zach Canady, Shallotte · Brett Baughman, Shallotte · Beverly Bridgers, Southport · Melissa Catlett, Southport · Jackie Knott, Southport · René Tarquinio, Southport · Susan Whitley, Supply · Lindsey McClelland, Supply · Karen Kirkman, Supply · Gloria Pieczarka, Supply · Mike McGurn, Thrift Store · Vaughn Hatley, Southport


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any of us are fans of the beach, and June is the month when the water warms up and we can really enjoy the sand and sun. Those with a heritage of cloudier climates (like me) enjoy the beach strand best after 5 p.m., when the chances of sunburn are lower. Last night I was lucky enough to see a whale spouting offshore! Father’s Day is June 17, and we wish all the dads and granddads a happy day. If you, your dad, or your kids are anglers, turn to page 10 to learn more about flyfishing. June is also African-American Music Appreciation Month, and on page 14 you’ll find a story on a local musician and performer who has wowed area audiences for many years. Need a good book for the beach? Our book section this month is all about beach reads. See pages 16 and 17. Everyone likes a cool find! On page 8 you’ll find a new column by Thrift Store Manager Mike McGurn, who is combing the store to bring you unusual items of historical interest—or just plain fun. Mike would love to hear from you about your interests, and so would we. Let us know what you think! Shelagh Clancy Editor, Brunswick Senior Buzz Newsletters.bsri@gmail.com


Letter from the President/CEO

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ello, Everyone! Great to get a chance to share a few things going on with the organization and ways we are working to improve our senior services. I’m pleased to announce that several of the goals BSRI has for fiscal year 2017-18 have been realized. Photo by Doreen Brennan

At the St. James Woodland Pond, fly fishermen are teaching others the tricks of the trade. Virtuoso Buzz correspondent Doreen Brennan took time off from her many hobbies and interests to capture a photo of Ed Smith, president of Cape Fear Flyfishers. Read more about the club on page 10.

First, the beginning of May saw the opening of our fullservice kitchen in Shallotte. BSRI is now preparing food regionally with better quality and freshness. A special thanks to all our staff who worked so hard to accomplish this

Jim Fish, President and CEO Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc.

important milestone. Next, BSRI assisted with LETTER, continued on page 6

Photos courtesy William L. Pinnix, P.E.

The new Calabash Center readies for operation. Finishing touches are being put on the inside of the new 12,000-square-foot center—get ready to see the final product in the July issue of the Buzz!


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ILEX Corporation to complete an application for affordable senior housing. BSRI is hopeful ILEX Corporation will get approval and bring a 60-unit senior apartment complex to the Ocean Isle Beach community. Finally, the new Brunswick Center at Calabash is expected to open at the end of this month. The new Calabash Senior Center is approximately 12,000 square feet in size and is situated on nearly five acres of land in downtown Calabash. Its location will provide easy access to all local amenities and businesses. A date for a ribbon-cutting ceremony will announced later this month. Thanks to all who make a difference each day!

Your Devoted Servant, Jim

Jan 12-19, 2019 Pricing starts at $999 Prices subject to change after May 22nd so lock in your price. Trip Includes: Cruise, Cabin, Motor Coach transportation, shipboard meals, port charges, taxes and fees $250 deposit due at RSVP $500 payment due July 30, 2018 Final payment due Oct. 30, 2018 Deadline to cancel 121 days prior to sailing. Come with us as we sail away from winter aboard the Carnival Breeze. Ports of call: Port Canaveral, Cozumel, Belize, Mahogany Bay, and Costa Maya! RSVP at your local Senior Center. All payments other than deposits can be made in installments. Please notify us of special dietary needs/room requests at the time of RSVP. Departure locations vary.


LET’S GO TO THE HOP! Saturday July 28th

Featuring Music By: Mike’s Garage Band Tickets $15.00 The Brunswick Center at Shallotte 3620 Express Drive (off Hwy 17 Bypass) 910-754-2300 ext 1001 5P.M. to 9P.M. Hot Dogs and Hamburgers included Beer, wine, soda, and water available for purchase! Poodle Skirts Optional Seating is limited, so reserve your ticket!

Includes Great Food and fun for charity.


THRIFT STORE THROWBACK By Mike McGurn, Thrift Store Operations Manager Welcome to Thrift Store Throwback! Each month we will feature some interesting and unique items that have come through our Thrift Store in Calabash, to bring back fond memories of the Good Old Days! One of the great things about BSRI's Thrift Store in Calabash is you never know what truly amazing item you will find. At left is a Capping Ceremony program from June 29, 1942 from the Monmouth Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in New Jersey. The front of the program is very patriotic as you would expect during World War II and each one was beautifully hand colored. Imagine the time and care that took! The inside of the program lists the names of the 13 nursing students and their hometowns. Most graduates were from New Jersey but one was from Wynnewood, Pa. and one from as far away as Marblehead, Mass. Do you have questions or information to add? Have a story related to these items? Please share them with us! Contact Mike McGurn at mmcgurn@bsrinc.org or (910) 712-6458 or Buzz Editor Shelagh Clancy at newsletters.bsri@gmail.com.

Photos courtesy Brunswick County Parks and Recreation


By Barbara L. Weber

security at conferences protecting U.N. staff. Joanne retired in 2011 as a high-ranking inspector after 36 years. Her ex-husband also worked security and now Daniel, her 29-year-old, newly-married son, is working security.

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oanne McCreary, a snowbird, wintered in Little River where her two brothers also reside. She enjoyed visiting at the Calabash Senior Center for exercise and making friends. Joanne’s enthusiasm has been a welcome addition to the BSRI Thrift Store in Calabash where she volunteered two days a week. In May she returned home to New York near LaGuardia Airport with her adopted Dachshund dog. Joanne worked for two years as a legal secretary, when she decided to attend college at night. Her studies earned her a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in security and safety. Later, while training several nights a week with New York City police and on patrol from 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. Joanne earned a master’s degree in criminal justice administration. She became an auxiliary police officer, working with a partner for two and three evenings a week.

In 1975, an ad in the NY Times piqued her interest. The ambitious Joanne answered the ad and successfully became the first of three women hired by the United Nations as a security officer. Training included a class of three women and 300 men. Her detail included working special parades and events. Travel took her to Africa, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Egypt where her services were to retain

Travel and cruises are Joanne’s favorite pastimes. She hopes to see three more continents to match the four she’s already visited while on duty. No matter where she travels, she bumps into someone she knows from a U.N. trip. She cruised with a friend in 1975, who now lives in Mexico. They met up again 40 years later when both happened to be on the same cruise. They joked about cruising together again in another 40 years. When asked about memories, Joanne said with a big smile, “Collecting seashells, buying souvenirs, remembering people and the time I was on a safari.” Calabash will miss her until next year.


Cape Fear Flyfishers Keep It Reel By Doreen Brennan

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an you tell a dink from a toad? Do you like to soak bait and tie a clinch knot? You might be ready to join the Cape Fear Flyfishers (CFF). This fly fishing club meets on the

Dads and granddads can celebrate Father’s Day by teaching the younger set the fine points of flyfishing.

third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the St. James Community Center off of N.C. 211. The CFF educates beginners, using expert fly fishermen to teach the craft, on Wednesdays without a club meeting. These sessions run from 4 to 6 p.m. at the St. James Woodland Pond. The

president of CFF, Ed Smith, stresses that CFF club is not a St. James club, it is open to everyone. In 2006, the fly fishing club was founded by Ed Sands with 10 original members. Over the years the club has expanded and now has 80 members and continues to grow.


The fourth and last column lists fly fishing trips open to CFF members. Some of the excursions are outside of North Carolina. If you have questions about the club, click the Contact Us link on the website. Someone will answer your questions promptly. If you are sold and want to join the club, download an application or pick one up at the next meeting.

Photos by Doreen Brennan

Director of Education Dan Smith, left, works on techniques with a Cape Fear Flyfishers member on a sunny spring day.

CFF is an extension of Fly Fishers International (FFI). Members of CFF will automatically become a member of FFI. Both President Ed Smith and Vice President Bill Buchsbam represent the club with high energy and an eagerness to introduce more people to fly fishing. There are women in the club, so bring the whole family! “Fly fishing is more of a sport than catching fish,” Smith said. The sport is interactive, he explained, and therapeutic. You do not need to see the fish to fly fish.

CFF has ample gear for beginners to practice fly fishing. Each beginner will have a coach to show them fly fishing techniques and to monitor the casting method. The beginner has the opportunity to work with various rods and reels. Club experts provide guidance on fly fishing brand name

gear. The club teaches fly fishing both in salt water (marshes) and fresh water.

For women who do not have an interest in fly fishing and their significant other is at a meeting, Ann Smith organizes a dinner event at a local restaurant. This gives the ladies the opportunity to come together and enjoy a night of non-fly-fishing conversation. When you join the club, your email is given to Ann so that she can include all interested parties for a night out on the town. See you at the next meeting!

At meetings, members might learn about the latest fly fishing technology and gear, for example. Some meetings will have a guest speaker to share their experience of fly fishing and to discuss fly fishing tips and techniques.

Check the calendar of events on the club’s website at www.capefearflyfishers.com. To locate the calendar, click on Events then Scheduled Events. Go to the second entry that is labeled “2018 Program Overview.” The first column of the calendar tells you when the meeting is being held and if there is a guest speaker. The second column lists the many classes that the club has to offer. The Intro to Fly Fishing class is free for members and non-members.

President Ed Smith, left, and Vice President Bill Buchsbam say that everyone is welcome to join Cape Fear Flyfishers and learn more about the sport.


Volunteers’ Night 2018 About 200 Volunteers and guests came out to the 3rd Annual Volunteers Night Out. This event was so much fun. The atmosphere was amazing. The event is not only to appreciate all the hard work our volunteers dedicate to serving our seniors, but a night to gather and appreciate our organization and mission as a whole. During the event volunteers laughed and got to know one another, they listened to great music, danced, ate fantastic food, and won some amazing door prizes. Volunteers had the option to get some great local coffee from Jumpin’ Java and a chair massage from Synergy Wellness! All volunteers who attended the event got a free volunteer Tshirt! Those will be for sale soon at each Senior Center. We hope to see even more of our volunteers at next year’s event!

Summer Sweep!

Volunteers Are Making A Difference!

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Our volunteers so far this fiscal year have donated hours! The Federal rate of hourly wage for valued volunteer time is $24.14— this means our volunteers have saved BSRI roughly $432,588.80 dollars so far this year!

Help us prepare for a busy summer! We are going to sweep up some extra hands before our summer season starts. We will need backup Meals on Wheels drivers to help our regular volunteers, a lot of our drivers will take a vacation in the summer time! They deserve it! If you know anyone who may be interested or if you are interested please fill out an easy, online application at: http://www.bsrinc.org/ volunteers.html All of our regular volunteers please reach out to your friends and your neighborhood emails and Facebook Pages, those platforms work great for inspiring new volunteers!


By Mallory Balice Program Specialist

time, which is why I opened a restaurant. I also like to sail and ride motorcycles in my spare time. An interesting fact is that I sailed from America to Turkey in 2008.

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family-owned atmosphere with fresh, flavorful food is right down the road at Gusto Grille in Leland. Husband-and-wife Turk and Emmy Dogan opened the restaurant 4 years ago, and they work hard to provide nutritious, delicious meals for their customers. The menu is Turkish/Mediterranean and is always fresh and flavorful. The Dogans do not like processed foods and are very health-conscious about what they put in the menu.

Buzz: Why did you choose the profession of chef? Dogan: I always cooked since I was about 12 years old. I made beans and rice when I was younger since it is a national food. Buzz: What are your specialties?

Photo by Mallory Balice

Our reporter found the Gyros are a specialty at Gusto Grille in Leland. couple friendly, welcoming, and funny! And she had the Buzz: Tell us about yourself. opportunity to try Gusto Grille’s Turk Dogan: I’m married to Emmy famous gyro on homemade flatbread with one child. Cooking is my that Emmy was kind enough to passion and I love to cook all the make for her during the interview.

Dogan: Kabobs, wraps, and baking. Gusto Grille is known for the best homemade chocolate cake, gyros, and homemade bread from scratch.

Buzz: What is your favorite food to cook? GUSTO, continued on page 14

Photo courtesy Gusto Grille


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Dogan: Pita boats, which are like a calzone. They can be stuffed with vegetables, meat, etc. Buzz: What is your favorite food to eat? Dogan: Tabbouleh, which is a very filling vegetarian salad topped with bulgur. Buzz: What do you do to stay educated in food trends? Dogan: Food shows, food magazines, and of course the internet. The restaurant’s trend here is “home cooking.” Buzz: Who is your all-time favorite chef? Dogan: French chef Jacques Pepin and Canadian chef Pol Martin, because to me they both are true food makers and masters. Buzz: Anything else you’d like to tell our readers about Gusto Grille? Dogan: This place is very clean, healthy, nutritious foods, and it is for sophisticated taste. A lot of seniors and retired folks are mainly the customers. We do not add a ton of salt to our meals. The Gusto Grille is at 2013 Olde Regent Way, Suite 110 in Leland, in the Waterford Village shopping center.

Photo by Mallory Balice

Wife-and-husband team Emmy and Turk Dogan love their work at the Gusto Grille.

Louise Harrison performs in the Senior Follies, Brunswick County Idol.


Photos courtesy Louise Harrison

Louise Harrison, center, helped organize the Leland Larks, where she lends her voice at events such as the SilverArts Follies’ medals presentation.

By Linda Walters Louise Harrison has loved and celebrated music for most of her life. A Brunswick County native, volunteer, and member of the Brunswick Center at Leland, Harrison started her musical career as a young girl singing in the church choir, and she’s still going strong. Harrison made her theatrical debut in Shuffle Along on the main stage of Thalian Hall in Wilmington. She also performed with the Willis Richardson Players in Bubbling Brown Sugar, The Wiz, Raisin in the Sun, and Ain't Misbehavin’. Harrison also appeared in Showboat with the Opera House Theater Company. Last month, she directed the musical All The World’s A Stage at Thalian Hall. In 2010, Harrison had a onewoman show at the Scottish Rites Temple in Wilmington, a charity

event where she performed show tunes, jazz, and blues. She also showed off her talent for the Senior Follies, Brunswick County Idol, benefitting Brunswick County Habitat for Humanity. Harrison is currently assisting Linda Wadhams, another Leland Center member, in forming the Leland Larks, a singing group. The Leland Larks performed at the Town of Leland Cultural Arts Center in May, opening and closing for the SilverArts Follies’ medals presentation for heritage, literary, and visual arts winners in Brunswick County Senior Games and SilverArts (see photo above).

Harrison plays piano for three choirs at the historic Central Baptist Church in Wilmington, and she sings solo for weddings and

banquets. Volunteering, singing, directing, and performing is a demanding schedule, but Louise also found time to do a period reenactment at the Bellamy Mansion in Wilmington, acting as the slave Sara Miller. “I thank God for all his blessings, especially my loving supportive husband of 45 years, Robert, our two sons, two granddaughters, and great grandson. I love the friends at the Leland Center and appreciate the wonderful staff,” Louise said. “I love to travel, learn our history, and celebrate life. "Music touches the soul. It's uplifting, inspires hope, recalls cherished memories, and makes one happy. I love to sing for people as I can sense their emotions as they listen. It fills my heart with joy,” Harrison said.


By Donna Ruth Morgan

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veryone wants recommendations for “beach books,” so here is a trio of books set on Brunswick County beaches—perfect for under an umbrella on the sand or lounging inside on a rainy afternoon. Mary Kay Andrews renamed Bald Head Island and Southport as “Belle Island” and “Southpoint” in The Weekenders (2016). There is something for everyone in this story: murder, a hurricane, and lots of drama surrounding family and friends. The author shows her love for North Carolina’s coast— conservation and defending the environment feature prominently— and her vivid

descriptions about the beauty of a protected island are delightful. Nutshell review: Although readers will know the romantic outcome early, the derring-do will surprise. The setting for The Bridge Tender (2014) by Marybeth Whalen is Sunset Beach before the “new bridge.” Prominently featured is the old swing bridge (now a museum piece on dry land) as a representation of this book’s serious themes about adjustment when life is difficult and moving forward when the future is hard to face. The narrative is one of healing, change, and redemption in newly widowed Emily Ryan’s life, supporting characters, and the community. Nutshell review: A religious perspective fits perfectly with this

“set things right” story. O. C. Strunk’s novel, Satan's Angels (2011), features Professor Matthew Bartholomew Glass, retired from “up North” to Calabash with a desire to start a business and enjoy a peaceful life. The difficulties a Yankee faces in transplanting into a small, Southern town will resonate with many readers while the plot will engage all mystery lovers. A body washes up near Matthew’s idyllic home on the Intracoastal Waterway and begins a scary chain of events dealing with contemporary problems involving immigration, slavery, and human trafficking. Nutshell review: The story of good triumphing over evil is satisfying in this novel but elusive in the real world.

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By Doreen Brennan

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f you have not yet read a book by Diane Chamberlain, put this item on your beach read list for this summer. Diane has written 25 novels to date and number 26, The Dream Daughter, will be released this fall. Chamberlain is a North Carolina resident and you will find familiar North Carolina cities as the settings in her books, especially places along the coast. She grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey, where her inspiration came from reading books by authors such as Victoria Holt and Sinclair Lewis. Chamberlain’s education and degrees are in social work. It was while working in a hospital in San Diego that she started her love of writing. Later, she opened a private psychotherapy practice in Alexandria, Virginia specializing in psychotherapy with adolescents, and some of her experiences with teens are captured in her fictional novels. Although she attended a class on fiction writing, most of her writing was “learned by doing.”

Photos courtesy Diane Chamberlain

North Carolina author Diane Chamberlain writes novels with a local flavor, including The Stolen Marriage, set in 1944 in Hickory, North Carolina.

Her first book, Private Relations, was published in 1989. This novel earned her the RITA award for Best Single Title Contemporary Novel. The RITA award promotes excellence in the romance genre by recognizing outstanding published novels and novellas.

conclusions of her novels leave readers stumped with surprise endings.

Although Diane’s early books had strong romantic elements, most of her stories now are filled with the richness of family relationships and many winding paths that leave you breathless until you read the next page. The

You can find sneak peeks of Diane’s books on her website at www.dianechamberlain.com. When Diane releases a new book, she has book signing events at locations in Wilmington, Raleigh, and Topsail Island. Check “Events” on her website for book signing events for her new novel to be released on October 2.


By Brandon Whittington, D.P.T.

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veryone loses their balance, but not everyone falls! Walking gracefully through senior life is all about balance, literally. This is why the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends an annual balance screening for every person 65 and older. The fall prevention initiative is called STEADI, which stands for “STopping Elderly Accidents, Deaths and Injuries.” One in four adults older than 65 will fall every year, and falls are a major reason for older adult deaths—74 older adult deaths per day in 2015.

Decrease in balance is a naturally occurring process that affects individuals in different ways. In the same way golf lessons improve your golf swing and dance classes improve dancing, there are resources for improving balance as well.

Approaches to improve balance include strengthening exercises, stretching, tai chi, medication adjustments, and balance training with a physical therapist. The STEADI fall screening, provided by a healthcare professional, is designed to direct you to the approach that is correct for you.

Brandon Whittington, D.P.T. and Maya Ramos-Allen, D.P.T. offer free screening for falls at Level-Up Physical Therapy in Calabash. Ask your healthcare provider if this screening is right for you.

Many people don’t talk about falls they have had or disregard them as an unusual incident. It’s important to open dialogue between you and your healthcare provider and not write off falls as a stroke of bad luck. Falls can lead to serious injury and loss of independence, and are not something to be taken lightly. The STEADI screening process is one or two parts and for most people will

be completed with a short questionnaire or discussion with the screening provider. If an individual is found to be at risk, the second part is implemented, which includes three physical tests: a walking test, a balance test, and a strength test. The screening places each person into low, medium, or high fall risk groups, and appropriate advice will be given.

Ask your healthcare provider about fall screening and fall prevention if you are 65 or older whether you have had a fall, feel you may be at risk for falls, or even if have never had an issue. At Level Up Physical Therapy in Calabash, we offer STEADI fall screening free of charge by walk-in or by appointment. Call us at (910) 579-2745 for additional information or go to www.LevelUpPT.com. For walk-in screenings you can stop by our clinic at 10000 Beach Dr. SW, Calabash, NC 28467. We are experts in balance and fall prevention.


ASH SENIOR NUTRITION SITE Activity Calendar Calendar is subject to change Virginia Long, Manager Waccamaw Community Building 5859 Waccamaw School Road, Ash, NC 29420 Call 910-297-3998 for reservations Operating Hours: 9:30-1:30 Tuesday & Thursday Lunch Served at 12p.m. Activity Calendar June 2018 TUESDAY 5 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:45 12:00 12:30

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THURSDAY 7 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:45 12:00

Coffee with Friends Puzzles Corn Hole Exercise Lunch

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Coffee with Friends Corn Hole Exercise Lunch Nutrition Presentation Cooking demo Bingo BIRTHDAY CAKE AND ICE CREAM EVENT Coffee with Friends Corn Hole Exercise Lunch Bingo

RALEIGH -- Many retirees and Medicare beneficiaries are on a fixed income and want to save money wherever they can. Each year, thousands of people contact the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) to help identify savings in their Medicare coverage. Throughout the year, but particularly during the Medicare Open Enrollment period from October 15 through December 7, Medicare beneficiaries examine their coverage for the Part D Prescription Drug plan to determine if their current plan is still best for the coming year. Each year formularies change, prices change, and programs change. In 2017, SHIIP assisted 102,000 consumers statewide, saving them $60 million. In addition, nearly 6,500 consumers received assistance in the Extra Help program. In Brunswick County, the BSRI SHIIP Coordinating Sites assisted 1,485 consumers and saved Brunswick County residents $1,049,378! If you have questions about Medicare or the Extra Help program, contact SHIIP at 1-855-408-1212 to speak with a trained counselor or to request a free brochure, or go to www.ncshiip.com. SHIIP is a division of the North Carolina Department of Insurance’s Consumer Assistance Group that assists people with Medicare, Medicare Part D, Medicare supplement, Medicare Advantage and Long-Term care insurance questions. We also help citizens recognize and prevent Medicare billing errors and possible fraud and abuse through our N.C. Senior Medicare Patrol program.


BSRI Nutrition Program

at Boiling Spring Lakes Parks & Recreation Department

1 Leeds Road Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461 910-363-0018 BSRI Nutrition Program Operating Hours: 10am to 2pm Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 910-754-2300 Program Information www.cityofbsl.org or 363-0018

MONDAY 10am 11am 12pm 12:30

Video Fitness Tai Chi Class ($) Fit4Life Class ($) Nutritional Lunch Cards, Dice and Rummikub

JUNE 4 9am Card Making JUNE 11 6:15pm Yoga at Premier Fitness ($) JUNE 4, 18 & 25 6:15pm Yoga at BSL CC

TUESDAY 9:30am Clogging 6:15pm All Levels Zumba

JUNE 5 4pm Meet and Drink Social at The Office JUNE 12 4pm Spa Day and Lunch

June 12 10am-3pm

WEDNESDAY 10am

Video Fitness Walk Class ($) 11am Fit4Life Class ($) 12pm Nutritional Lunch 12:30 Cards, Dice and Rummikub 6:30pm Line Dancing

THURSDAY 10am 6pm

Mah Jong Card Club Night 6:15pm Yoga

FRIDAY 10am 11am 12pm

JUNE 21 11am Shopping at Aldi and Lunch at Applebees JUNE 28 11am Brunch and a Movie

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Video Fitness Walk Class ($) Fit4Life Class ($) Nutritional Lunch Cards, Dice and Rummikub

JUNE 1 11:30amBlood Pressure Checks JUNE 8 12pm JUNE Birthday Ice Cream Social

Wednesday, June 13th—Friday, June 15th

SENIOR SUMMER CAMP! (see opposite page for more info) Saturday, June 9th Community Yard Sale 8am-1pm

TWO SHOWS THIS MONTH! (see opposite page for more info) Saturday, June 2nd RENT (from Broadway) at Wilson Center, 2pm, $50 Sunday, June 24th Hot Mikado at Brunswick Little Theater, 3pm, $22


BSRI Nutrition Program at Boiling Spring Lakes Parks & Recreation Department

1 Leeds Road Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461 910-363-0018 BSRI Nutrition Program Operating Hours: 10am to 2pm Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 910-754-2300 Program Information

www.cityofbsl.org or 363-0018

Sunday, June 24th 2pm-5pm

Saturday, June 2nd

$22 per ticket, meet at Brunswick Little Theater

12pm-8pm

Senior Summer Camp

$68, Meet at the BSL Community Center. Show starts at 2pm, dinner afterwards on your own in downtown Wilmington.

*Meals and any souvenirs on your own. All three days for $48*

Wednesday, June 13th 12:30pm-6pm Blueberry, Blackberry and Strawberry picking at Lewis Farms. Dinner afterwards at Marina CafĂŠ on the Cape Fear River. $10 (transportation fee)

Thursday, June 14th 10am-4pm Stroll the Boardwalk on the Beach, enjoy the Hollywood Wax Museum and lunch on your own. $15 (transportation fee and Wax Museum ticket)

Friday, June 15th 9am-5pm Enjoy the day learning about the Tryon Palace of historic New Bern, NC. $30 (transportation fee and admission ticket) Questions? Comments? Call or email Karlin at kwest@cityofbsl.org or 910-363-0018 Do you follow us on Facebook? Make sure you do, we have contest and other fun games to win great prizes! www. facebook.com/ BSLparksandrecreation

We also email out our calendar monthly? Would you like to join? Email Karlin to request to be added at kwest@cityofbsl.org

Saturday, June 2nd 12pm-8pm Email Karlin for table rentals and more details. kwest@cityofbsl.org


Calabash Senior Site Calabash Presbyterian Church 8820 Old Georgetown Road Sunset Beach, NC 28468 MONDAY June 17th

BSRI’s Thrift Store

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Reading Exercise Lunch Corn Hole Game

Mike Blandino, Site Manager/Service Assoc. Call 910-368-5348 or 910-754-2300 For Reservations Operating Hours: 9:30 am-1:30 pm Monday, Wednesday, & Friday WEDNESDAY June 21st First Day of Summer

FRIDAY 1 10:00 10:30 12:00

Reading BINGO Lunch

Reading BINGO Lunch Corn Hole Game

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Reading Exercise Lunch Adult Coloring

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15 Elder Abuse Day 10:00 Reading 10:30 BINGO 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Adult Coloring

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10001 Beach Dr. Calabash, NC Whether shopping, donating, or volunteering, your support of BSRI’s Thrift Store @ Calabash helps to provide vital services and resources for our senior participants.

Donations???

Call (910) 579-7488 to schedule pick-up. Your support is greatly appreciated! www.bsrincthrift.org

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Weekly Activity Schedule EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

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EVERY THURSDAY

EVERY FRIDAY

DAILY Drop In Activities: Billiards, Coffee with Friends, Morning News, Table Games, Devotions before Lunch Green or * = Fee Based Class; Red ^ =Requires Prior Sign Up; Blue=New Offering/Time 10:00 10:30

Painting

8:30 9:30 Chair Aerobics 10:30 11:30 11:30

10:00 Total Body Cond. 10:30 BINGO* 10:30 Arthritis Exercise 10:30 9:30 Geri-Fit 11:00 11:00 9:30 Line Dancing Int. 11:00 10:00 Crafts

Strength & Core Rise & Shine Yoga Balance Class Tai-Chi Fit/Flow* Leland Larks Practice

8:30

Geri-Fit Brain Games Arthritis Exercise Computer Help Line Dancing Beg.

10:30 Chair Aerobics 11:30 TRX Training*^ 12p Lunch 12:30 12:30 1:00 4:30 6:30

12p Lunch

Mystery Craft Walk w/ Ease Mah Jongg Cardio Dance*

1:00 1:00 2:00

Evening Yoga* 55+ By Donation

11:30a Lunch

12 Lunch

Sleep Mats 12:30 Painting Parkinson’s-Beg*^ 12:30 TRX Overflow*^ Parkinson’s-Int.*^ 1:00 Tabata*^ $5 (8+ ppl min) 2:00 Cardio Fusion*^ $5 (8+ ppl min.)

12:30 Walk w/ Ease 1:00 Oil Painting

12 Lunch 12:30 1:30

Balance Class Yoga

June 2018 - Monthly Calendar MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1 Birthdays Get Connected to the Leland Senior Center! Email us at lelandgeneral@bsrinc.org to be added to our

Cong. Lunch Cookout 12p

email list. Stay up to date about our new activities, calendar changes, event updates, and cancellations! 4

6 5 Sewing Bee 12-3p Hand & Foot Liberty Health Card Game 10:30a 1-3p “Take Control” Program 12p

7

Monthly Outing

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12 13 14 Jewelry Making Caregiver Sup. 12-3p Jewelry Sale 1p Group 10a “Take Control” DEEP Program Program 12p 1-3p

18 Hired Hands Music 10:30a

19 20 Sewing Bee 12-3p Hand & Foot “Take Control” Card Game Program 12p 1-3p

25 26 27 WAVE Transit: Jewelry Making Alternative 12-3p Coups For Transport.101 “Take Control” Troops 10-11a Program 12p 9:30a

8

21 “Ireland Trip Presentation” DEEP Program 1-3p 28 DEEP Program 1-3p

New Activities/New Times Mondays 12:30-3p: Mystery Craft Class Mondays 4:30-5:15p: Cardio Dance Class* Tuesdays 11:30a: Leland Larks Choral Practice Wednesdays 12:30p: Painting Class Wednesdays 2-2:45p: Cardio Fusion Class* 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 12-3p: Jewelry Making Special Events: 6/1: Congregate Lunch Cookout, 12p 6/5: Liberty Health—Health Directives, 10:30a 6/13: Jewelry Sale, 1p 6/15: Cake Decorating 101, 10a 6/21 Ireland Trip Presentation, (Time TBA) 6/25: WAVE: “Alternative Transportation 101” 10a

15 Cake Decorating 101 Class Series: Workshop “Take Control” Nutrition Program 10a-11a Tuesdays 6/5-7/10, 12p: “Diabetes Empowerment Education Program” Thursdays June 14th-July 19th 1-3p: DEEP 22

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Regular Monthly Events Daily Announcements: 12:15p, 11:45a on Wed 1st Fridays: Birthday Celebration 1st & 3rd Tuesdays: Sewing Bee 2nd & 4th Tuesdays: Jewelry Making 1st & 3rd Wednesdays: Hand & Foot Card Game 2nd Thurs: Caregiver Support Group 2nd Fridays: Monthly Outing 3rd Mondays: Hired Hands Music Last Wednesday: Coups for Troops


121 Town Hall Drive NE Leland, NC 28451 910-754-7701

~A NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Veronica Lett-McGee, Director Courtney Bledsoe, Assistant Director

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

The Leland Center Motto:

“Count your life by smiles, not tears. Count your age by friends, not years.” Join us for our

Cake Decorating 101 Workshop June 15, 2018 10-11a Hosted by: Susan Humphrey

Check out these NEW CLASSES! Cardio Dance Cardio Fusion Jewelry Making Mystery Craft

DAILY “DROP-IN” ACTIVITIES: Puzzles, Books, Magazines, Card Games, Rummikub, TV, Billiards, Exercise Equipment, Shuffleboard, Board Games, Simple Sewing, Horseshoes, Corn Hole, Socialization, Walking, Coloring Sheets.

Want to be a Lark? Drop in for practice on Tuesdays or call: Linda 860-309-0139 or Louise 910-231-9844 for more info.

Congregate Lunch Cook Out! 06/01/18 @ 12PM Please RSVP in the Lunch Book in The Friendship Hall

HEALTH INFO & SCREENINGS Liberty Healthcare Presents Info on Health Directives Tuesday, June 5th 10:30am “TAKE CONTROL” Nutrition Program 6 Weeks - Tuesdays June 5th-July 10th 12PM Alliant Quality & Batish Family Medicine presents: D.E.E.P. Diabetes Empowerment Education Program 6 Weeks - Thursdays June 14th-July 19th 1-3PM * See flyers or front desk about registration info

Meet the “Leland Larks” Choral Group!


121 Town Hall Drive NE Leland, NC 28451 910-754-7701

~A NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Veronica Lett-McGee, Director Courtney Bledsoe, Assistant Director

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Taking a Look Back...

Monthly Outing fun on our Thalian Hall Tour! A big THANKS to Tony Rivenbark for showing us around!

Volunteer’s Night Out! Celebrating those who give their time.


102 47th Street Oak Island, NC 28461

Call 910-278-3622 or 278-6552 910-754-2300 For Reservations Deanna Eddinger, Community Center Director Rodney, Stephanie & Thomas Community Center Assistants Operating Hours: (T, W, Th) 9:30 am-2:00 pm Senior Activity Calendar June 2018 (Subject to Change)

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

5 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Board Games

6 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time

7 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Karate moves 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO

12 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Board Games

13 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time

14 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Karate moves 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO

19 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Card Games

20 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 am Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time

21 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Karate moves 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Social Time

26 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Social Time

27 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time

28 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Karate moves 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Social Time

Happy Birthday Tom Winstead 6/01 Bo Register 6/3 Shelvy Pasour 6/8 Charlotte A. 6/9 Karen West 6/23 Wilma Alsup 6/28

June 17th


Activity Calendar

JUNE EVERY MONDAY

Subject to Change EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

EVERY THURSDAY

10am

10am 10am Line

9am Gold 10am 10am

Zumba Gold Yoga Beginner Line Dancing 10:30am Line Dancing 10 :30am Weekly Updates 11am Exercise Class— Chair 11am * Stretch and Tone w/Kathryn($5) 1:45am Lunch 12:15pm Bingo 1:30pm Tai Chi w/ Dean 1pm Beginner Bridge MONDAY

Caregivers Support Group 10:30am GeriFit 11:15 am Aerobics Noon Lunch 1:15pm Tai Chi w/ Dean 1:30pm Scrabble 2:30pm Beginner Line Dancing

*Fee Based Classes Noted Above

Boost Available for Purchase During Center Hours—8am to 4pm

9am 10am 10am

4 12pm BasketWeaving With Zada Mae

910-754-2300

Dancing 10:30am Line Dancing 11am Adult Coloring 11am Exercise Class – Gentle Stretch Noon Lunch 12:30pm Bridge 1pm Shopping 1pm Rummikub 2pm Table Tennis (Keith’s Meditation classes are cancelled for the Summer)

TUESDAY

5 11am Opioid Addiction Presentation

Tabata Class Beginner

Zumba

GeriFit Beginner Yoga 11:15am Aerobics Noon Lunch 12:30pm Intro to Microsoft Office Suite 1:15pm Tai Chi w/ Dean

WEDNESDAY

9am 9:30am

Pilates Ladies Pool/ Billards 10am Choral Group 10am Beginner Computer Class 10:30am Craft Class 11:45am Lunch 12:15pm Bingo 1:30pm Art Class (Keith’s Tai Chi Classes are cancelled for the Summer)

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 1 10am

Beginner Computer Class wk 6 10am APS Tree Planting 10:30am BP Screening 6

Shred-a-Thon at the Shallotte Center 12pm-3pm

7National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

Ice Cream Social after Lunch! 11 12pm BasketWeaving With Zada Mae

12

13

14 Noon Nutrition Presentation

18

19 9am Family Support Group Faciliators Training–Board Room 11am Walgreens Presentation

20 10am Lunch out at Myrtle Beach

21 First Day of Summer

26

27

28

25

EVERY FRIDAY

2:30pm 2019 Ireland Trip Travel Presentation

8 10am

Beginner Computer Class wk1 10:30 am BP Screening 11am Hurricane Preparedness 7pm BlueGrass 15 10am Beginner Computer Class wk2 10am Rx Assist. Program Presentation 10:30am BP Screening 11am Fathers Day Celebration 1pm Movie Day “Julie and Julia” 22 10am Beginner Computer Class wk3 10:30am BP Screening 11am Hurricanes and Disaster Preparedness Presentation 7pm BlueGrass 29 Birthday Day 10am Beginner Computer Class wk4 10:30am BP Screening


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CHARITY SOCK HOP EVENT!


Weekly Activity Schedule– Lunch Served at 11:30 daily EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

910-754-7109

EVERY THURSDAY

EVERY FRIDAY

DAILY Drop In Activities: Billiards, Coffee with Friends, Fitness Center, Library Green = Fee Based Class; Red = Requires Prior Sign Up; Blue = New Offering/Time 8:00 9:00 9:30 9:30 10:00

Yoga & Pilates Mah Jongg Easy Does It Tai Chi Forms Hand & Foot Canasta 10:00 Card Making 10:30 Beg. Tai Chi 12:15 Cardio Fusion 1:00 Mah Jongg 1:00 Total Body Conditioning 6:30 Jam Session

7:00

9:30 9:30 10:30 12:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:00 2:00 6:30

Beach Walk @ Caswell Access– Call for Details Bridge Boxing Gentle Yoga Walgreens Presentation Beginning Yoga Easy Crafts Silver Paddles Gentle Cardio & Core HIIT Square Dancing

9:00 9:30 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:45 12:15 12:30 12:30 12:45

Watercolor Geri-Fit Tai Chi Forms Shanghai Rummy Tai Chi You Can Do It Bible Study Silver Samurai Jewelry 101 Afternoon Movie

8:00 9:00 9:00

Yoga & Pilates Quilting Advanced German 9:30 Gerifit 10:00 Knit & Chain Gang 10:00 Quilting 10:00 Bible Study 1:00 Gentle Cardio and Core 1:00 Beginning Line Dance 2:00 Int./ Advanced Line Dance 2:00 HIIT

9:00 9:30 10:00 10:00 10:30 11:30 1:00 1:30

Technology Workshop Tai Chi Forms Sewing Hand & Foot Canasta Tai Chi Beginner Pickleball Pickleball Hand Drumming

Contributions Always Welcome for All Center Programming & Activities

Monthly Activity Schedule for Southport MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 1

4

5

6

7

Medicare 101 12:30pm— Stage Ballroom 18

12

Travel Desk 2pm—Lobby 19

13

Southport

8

Shopping Trip Independence Mall– 9am 11

Photography 1pm—Library 14

Flag Day

15

Parkinson’s Support Group 9:30am– Craft 20

June 16th– Indoor Yard Sale 9am 21

22

Photography 1pm—Library 25

26

Travel Desk 2pm—Lobby

27

Caregiver Support Group 10am—Library

The Brunswick Center at

28

29

June 17th– Happy Father’s Day!

*** Calendar subject to change Email Jackie Knott at jknott@bsrinc.org to receive regular updates.


Come get your tie purse today for only $5.00! Thank you to Sherry Ross and the sewing group for making these!

Win this beautiful quilt! Come purchase a chance to win this lovely handmade quilt! Chances to win are only $1.00 each. See the front desk attendant to get yours today! Winner will be drawn at our yard sale on Saturday, June 16th.

We still have tables left! Saturday, June 16th 9am-1pm Cost is $20 for 2- 6’ tables and a hot dog lunch. *Shoppers may buy lunch for $5.oo while they’re here!

Questions about Medicare? Come have them answered on Monday, June 11th, 2018 at 12:30 in the Stage Ballroom. Our very own Rene Tarquinio will be providing Medicare education to help you understand and navigate your way through the system. Either call 910-754-7109 or RSVP at the front desk for this educational seminar.

June Movies! Join us on Wednesdays at 12:45pm June 6th….………...…..The Stray June 13th....The Greatest Showman June 20th………...Forever My Girl June 27th…………...The Big Sick

Southport Drum Circle– Come join the fun!


Thank you so much for all you do, Southport Volunteers! We would also like to thank: Lindley Habilitation for their beautiful spring concert for

our center on May 7th, celebrating Older Americans Month. Bret Tharp with Next Day Access for sponsoring our spring concert/ ice cream social for Older Americans Month. Marilou Smith for her wonderful prescription assistance seminar on May 16th. Joanne Commins for keeping our library so nice and neat! Randy Gillette for donating framed photos of 3 of our seniors who recently passed away: Irene Hankins, Inez Faircloth and Raul "Doc" Aude.

Thank you to our card making class for making these beautiful cards for our veterans!


Weekly Activity Schedule 910-754-7604 EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

EVERY THURSDAY

EVERY FRIDAY

Subject to change, ($, denotes instructor fee; M, denotes material fee; DG denotes events at Dinah E. Gore Center) Calendar is subject to change, please email Susan at swhitley@bsrinc.org to receive regular updates.

8-4

Drop in Activities 8:30 Coffee w/ Friends (M) 9:30 Beginner Yoga 10 Crochet & Knit Gang 10:15 Co-Ed Volleyball (DG) 10:45 Gentle Yoga 11:15 Tai Chi

8-4 8 8 8:30 9 10

Drop in Activities Walking Club Pickleball (DG)($) Coffee w/ Friends (M) 50+ Softball (DG) Brain Fitness

12p Lunch

12p Lunch

Qi Gong/Tai Chi 12:30 AFEP 1:30 WWE 2 Line Dancing 3 50+ Basketball (DG)

12:30 AFEP 1 Games 1 King’s Row Canasta 1:30 WWE 3:15 GeriFit

12

8-4 8 Coffee w/ Friends 8:30 (M)

Drop in Activities Pickleball (DG)($) Coffee w/ Friends (M) 9 50+ Softball (DG) 10 Adult Coloring 10:30 Bingo 10:30 Chair Exercise

Drop in Activities

8-4 8:30

Co-Ed Volleyball 10:15 (DG)

12p Lunch 12:30 1 1:30 2 3

8-4 8 9 10 11

12 Lunch

AFEP Movie WWE Corn Hole 50+ Basketball (DG)

1 1 2 3:15

Drop in Activities Coffee w/Friends (M) Rummikub Painting Club Tai Chi

12 Lunch

Games 1 King’s Row Ca3 nasta Pickleball (DG)($) GeriFit

Silver Samurai 50+ Basketball (DG)

Monthly Activity Schedule for May MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 1

4

5

6

7

8

Regular Monthly Events 2nd Wednesdays: Hired Hands Band 2nd Thurs: Alz/Dementia Caregiver Support Group Last Wednesdays: Shopping Trip Last Fridays: Birthday Celebration

8 Tobacco Museum Trip 11

12

13 11 Hired Hands Band

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25

19

26

20

27 9 Shopping Trip

14 15 2p ALZ/ Dementia Caregiver Support Group 21

28

1p Ireland Trip Presentation

22 Upcoming Events– Be on the Look Out in July! 1 Year Anniversary Party 2912:30 Birthday Celebration

Ice Cream Social Brunswick County Sherriff Quartet


101 Stone Chimney Road Supply, NC 910-754-7604

Lindsey McClelland, Assistant Director

Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiver Support Group Every 2nd Thursday of the Month at 2pm

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Nutrition Presentation With Mallory June, 6th at 11:30

Father’s Appreciation Day Friday, June 15th 10 am

“Meet & Greet” with Marilou Smith

Patient Assistance Program Coordinator June 18th at 11:30 am If you are uninsured, underinsured, or fall into the Medicare prescription drug coverage “donut hole,” we can help. There are 292 drug assistance programs through the manufacturers offering medications at no cost, based on household income. The qualifying incomes vary based on the medication. If you have to make trade-offs between paying for your drugs and Come and join in on a game of table tennis on our Center’s new table. Table will be available for open play during the week 8am-4pm in the Media Room except for Wednesday afternoons.

food or rent, please call Marilou Smith for an application, or come to the Supply Senior Center on June18th from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm. If you are not able to attend. I am able to meet one-on-one, by appointment only. Please contact me for further assistance at (910) 754-2300 ext. 1206


101 Stone Chimney Road Supply, NC 910-754-7604

Lindsey McClelland, Assistant Director

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

King’s Row Hand &Foot We are looking more card players to join our King’s Row Hand and Foot Card group. We have a wonderful Volunteer who will teach all newcomers! If interested in playing, show up on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1 pm!

Interested in taking a trip to Ireland? Reserve your spot to learn more about our upcoming trip to Ireland ! Ireland Trip Presentation June 21 at 1 pm

Falls Prevention and Safety Presentation Shopping Trip June 27th Van leaves at 9am Must RSVP Mayfaire Shopping Center Wilmington

Congratulations to Jessie Fowler! She was the Center at Supply’s Weight Loss Challenge Winner! Jessie lost 3% of her body weight and received a gift from BSRI and a free month of membership to the Dinah E. Gore Center! Awesome Job Jessie!

June 22 1pm Refreshments Included Please RSVP

Sponsored by Next Day Access

Volunteer Opportunities Shown Every Wednesday on the Big Screen in the Media Room at 1pm! Please RSVP weekly! Popcorn & Drink $2 June 6th: The Magnificent Seven June 13th: Daddy’s Home June 20th: Daddy Day Care

June 27th: Crash Popcorn available for $1 , Movies are free!

Are you a people person? Seeking Volunteers for our front desk. We have shifts open on Wednesdays, and Fridays! Do you have photography, writing, interviewing or media experience? Seeking volunteers to help create content for the Senior Buzz Newsletter


TOWN CREEK SENIOR SITE Mike Blandino, Manager Town Creek Community Building 6420 Ocean Hwy Winnabow, NC Call 910-368-5348 for reservations Operating Hours: 9:30-1:30 Tuesday & Thursday Lunch Served at 12 p.m.

Activity Calendar June 2018 TUESDAY

THURSDAY

5 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Rummikub YOGA Class Lunch

7 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Rummikub YOGA Class Lunch

12 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Rummikub YOGA Class Lunch

14 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Rummikub YOGA Class Lunch

19 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Rummikub YOGA Class Lunch

26 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00 12:00

21First Day of Summer

Coffee and Games Painting with Paul YOGA Class Lunch Nutrition Presentation

10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Rummikub YOGA Class Lunch

28 10:00 10:00 11:15 12:00

Coffee and Games Painting with Paul YOGA Class Lunch


Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. Provides Nutritionally Balanced Meals for Seniors

JUNE

*Menus subject to change*

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday 1 Hamburger Steak w/ Mushroom Gravy Okra and Tomatoes White Rice Fresh Orange Whole Wheat Roll Milk 2%

6 Beef Stroganoff Peas Pears Egg Noodles Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2%

7 BBQ Chicken Breast Collard Greens Orange Mac & Cheese Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2%

Sloppy Joe Baked Beans Tater Tots Chilled Pears 4 “ Bun Milk 2%

4 Italian Meatballs w/ Marinara Sauce Whole Wheat Penne Pasta Green Salad Pineapple Tidbits Ranch Dressing Bread Stick Milk 2%

5

11

12

13 Southern Style Pork BBQ Cole Slaw Brown Sugar Apples Potatoes Au Gratin 4” Bun Milk 2%

14 Beef Hotdog Coleslaw Baked Beans Hotdog bun Apple Cobbler Mustard Milk 2 %

15 Chicken Teriyaki Brown Rice Asian Veggies Vanilla Pudding Mandarin Oranges Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2%

18 Chicken Marsala California Veg Baked apples Garlic Herb Mashed Potatoes Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2%

19 Shepherd’s Pie Pinto Beans Mixed Berry Cobbler Whole Wheat Roll Milk 2%

20 Kielbasa Sausage w/ Peppers &Onions Sauerkraut Hotdog bun Spiced Pears Margarine Mustard Packet Milk %

21 Baked Spaghetti Spaghetti Noodles Peas and Carrots Peach Cobbler Breadstick Milk 2%

25 Stuffed Pepper Casserole Green Beans Tropical Fruit Rice Soft Roll Margarine Milk %

26 Country Style Steak Green Beans White Rice Peaches Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2%

27 Baked Chicken Breast w/ Mushroom Gravy Dill Carrots Chilled Pears Mashed Potatoes Whole Wheat Roll Milk 2%

28 Southern Style Pork BBQ Cole Slaw Brown Sugar Apples Potatoes Au Gratin 4” Bun Milk 2%

22 Roasted Chicken Breast w/Garlic Herb Gravy Broccoli Strawberry Applesauce Yams Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2% 29 Chicken Salad Three Bean Salad Peaches Wheat Bread Cookie Milk 2%

Chicken Pot Pie Steamed Broccoli Warm Spiced Peaches Biscuit Milk 2%

Baked Chicken w/ Mushroom Gravy Dill Carrots Chilled Pears Mashed Potatoes Whole Wheat Roll Milk 2% Margarine Sliced Ham Country Style Green beans Whipped Sweet potatoes Baked Apples and Cranberries Soft Roll Margarine Milk 2%

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Edward Roosevelt Belton, 79, of Bolivia, died Monday, April 9, 2018 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington. Rosie Lena Boyd, 85, of Wilmington, died Friday, April 20, 2018. George Palmer Butler, 84, of Leland, died Sunday, April 15, 2018, at Silver Stream Nursing Home. Lee Bryan Chestnut, 82, of Leland, died Saturday, April 14, 2018. Jessie Mae Jenkins Costin, 89, of Leland, died Friday, April 6, 2016. Daniel Coughanour, 64, of Leland, died Thursday, April 12, 2018. Francis William Dilworth, 65, died Monday, April 9, 2018. Daniel Benjamin “Dan” Fink, 76, of St. James, died Friday, April 6, 2018.

Katherine Miller, 90, of Leland, died Friday, April 20, 2018. Lee Diane Minter, 72, of Wilmington, died Wednesday, April 18, 2018. Thurman Lewis Morgan, 73, of Calabash, died Friday, April 13, 2018. Richard Lee Morris, 102, of Leland, died Saturday, April 14, 2018. Gerald Pennell, 68, of Winnabow, died April 28, 2018 at Dosher Hospital. Gregorio Reillo, 77, of Sunset Beach, died Wednesday, May 2, 2018. Billy Ray Sneed, 81, died Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Carole Mae Tripp, 78, of Leland, died Thursday, April 19, 2018 at home. Howard James Van Dusen, 88, of Sunset Beach, died Saturday, April 28, 2018, at home.

Harriet Ann St. George, 69, of Southport, died Saturday, April 7, 2018 at SECU Hospice of Brunswick in Bolivia. Naomi Gore, 90, of Supply, died Friday, April 27, 2018 at Shallotte Assisted Living. Linda Merita Green, 64, of Leland, died Friday, April 13, 2018. Estaleen Hewett, 88, of Supply, died Friday, April 20, 2018. James Huntley, 68, of Southport, died Saturday, April 21, 2018. Betty Faye “Bobbie” Ivey, 79, of Supply, died Monday, April 23, 2018. Fannie Colene Gore Jenrette, 85, of Sunset Beach, died Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Alex Hart Jones, Jr., 88, died Friday, April 6, 2016. David Patrick Keating, 81, died Friday, April 13, 2018. Myrtle Ann “Myrt” Klein, 75, of Sunset Beach, died Wednesday, April 18. 2018. Raymond Charles LaRosa, 62, of Leland, died Friday, April 27, 2018, at the Lower Cape Fear Hospice. Agnes Estelle “Ruth” McElveen, 90, of Oak Island, died Sunday, April 22, 2018. ̶


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