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Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc.

BSRI Administration Staff · Jim Fish, President & CEO · Yvette Gosline, Vice President of 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 · Chauvet “Mel” Jackson, Operations Technician · Glen Hemingway Assistant Operations Technician · Sarah Powell, Volunteer Coordinator

· Mallory Balice, Program Specialist · Karen Tierney, Receptionist BSRI Center/Site Staff · Victoria Hine, Ash and Shallotte · Mary Green, Boiling Spring Lakes · Courtney Bledsoe, Calabash · Holley Norris, Calabash · René Tarquinio, Calabash · Carol Caldara, Calabash · Ellen Kleinerman, Calabash · Carol Schotter, Calabash · Mike Blandino, Town Creek · Veronica Lett-McGee, Leland · Jade Robinson, Leland · Marilou Smith, Leland · Shelley Cooper, Leland

i · Doug Russell, Leland · Sandy Porcaro, Leland · Janyce Jones, Leland · Pat Green, Leland · Anne Gass, Shallotte · Kathy Gehlhardt, Shallotte · Blair Stanley, Shallotte · Brett Baughman, Shallotte · Brenda Ambrose, Shallotte · Beverly Bridgers, Southport · Melissa Catlett, Southport · Jackie Knott, Southport · Vaughn Hatley, Southport · Sherrill Jolly, Southport · Sherry Lucero, Southport · Melissa Starr, Supply · Casey Freed, Supply · Gloria Pieczarka, Supply · Teresa Nelson, Supply · Ilona Smith, Supply · Mike McGurn, Thrift Store


Contributors Lydia Arnold is a public health major interning for Mallory Balice at BSRI. She is in the 4+1 masters of gerontology program at UNCW. Lydia worked at Home Instead Senior Care for two years and has had her CNA license for four years. In her free time she likes to plant, read, and spend time with her cat. See her story and recipe on page 26. Cover photographer John Muuss has been a professional photographer for over 60 years. He has practiced mostly press and magazine photography and also architectural and art photography. John moved to North Carolina in 1995. He has worked on a volunteer basis for the towns of St. James, Southport, and Oak Island. The bulk of his work since the early 2000s is volunteer work for nonprofit organizations such as BSRI. See more of his work on pages 10 and 11. After retiring from leadership roles in engineering and information technology at a major confectionary manufacturer, Beth Klahre and her husband Jeff relocated to North Carolina. Beth has been enjoying reading on the beach, learning to play the harp, and writing human-interest stories. She is also a volunteer board member of the Friends of the Library of Oak Island and Southport. She lives in Southport with her husband and dog Betsy. Beth visits a dance class on page 10. Pat Naughton and his family moved from Richmond, Va. to Winding River Plantation in Brunswick County in 2017 after Pat retired as a mechanical engineer at a nuclear power plant. He has been an avid gardener for 35 years and is a Brunswick County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer. Pat shows how to water your lawn economically on page 16. Donna Ruth Morgan volunteers with Friends of the Library in Southport and Oak Island, Boiling Spring Lakes Library Commission, Brunswick County Library Board of Trustees, and the N.C. Friends of the Public Library. She inherited a love of reading and shares that same enjoyment with her four children and three grandchildren. Read about Donna’s Fourth of July book picks on page 20. Joan Leotta has been playing with words on page and stage since childhood in Pittsburgh. She is a writer and story performer. Her poetry and essays appear in many publications. Her four historical fiction novels feature strong women in times of U.S. wars. Her first poetry chapbook, Languid Lusciousness with Lemon, was recently released by Finishing Line Press. Joan notes sites of interest for summer guests on page 13.

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uly is our hottest month, and many North Carolinians take refuge in air conditioning or trips to cooler climates. In the evening, as sun gets lower in the sky, we may venture to the beach. But those born and raised here know it wasn’t always so. Many grew up in houses with windows wide open and porches that gathered the breeze. People just moved more slowly in summer, and everyone wore a hat and sought the shade. We have some suggestions for how to keep cool this July. See page 6 for hot weather tips tailored for seniors, and learn about Operation Fan Heat Relief and Fran’s Fans on page 7. If you have guests coming this summer, plan ahead for days that are too hot or too rainy for the beach, and get some ideas of alternative fun in our story on page 13. One great way to cool off is at our senior centers. It’s the best way to get exercise when it’s just too hot to take a walk. Learn about a favorite dance class on page 10, and find a class near you on pages 14 to 37. Shelagh Clancy Editor, Brunswick Senior Buzz Buzz@bsrinc.org


Letter from Supply

Anniversaries: Celebrate Something Special

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e all celebrate anniversaries in some way. Some of us celebrate in expansive acknowledgement through parties, group gatherings, and elaborate gifts. Others may be lower key, in more intimate settings, with a select special few. Photo by John Muuss

A dance class has taken feet by storm in Southport, and photographer John Muuss was there to record it. Learn about this class and its members on page 10, and check the calendar listings on pages 14 through 37 for dance classes at your nearest BSRI center.

And then there are the “floaters.” I have joined this group more times than I’d like to admit. We get caught up in the busyness of our days, only to look up and find it’s that special date with nothing planned to mark or acknowledge it. We put the celebration off or “float” the date to another day when it can be celebrated as intended (or procrastinated away).

The anniversaries in July at the

Melissa Starr, Director The Brunswick Center at Supply

Brunswick Center at Supply are definitely the type worth celebrating out loud. July marks the second year of the Supply Center’s transition from a nutrition site to senior center. These last CELEBRATE, continued on page 6

Participants at the Brunswick Center at Supply gather to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The center will celebrate its Second Center Anniversary Monday, July 15 at 12:30 p.m., and all are invited.


Letter from Supply CELEBRATE, continued from page 5

two years have witnessed a lot of growing pains—and joys. We have seen a transition of center leadership and the building and rebuilding of dreams, programs, and goals for our future.

BSRI’s Thrift Store 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!

We have weathered the storm of Hurricane Florence and a temporary relocation. We returned in 2019 with renewed vigor, adding many new faces to our staff and participants while creating more programs and events for our community seniors. Oh, what an eventful two years this has been for the entire Supply family! I too will be celebrating this July. It’s my first anniversary with Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. as center director for the Supply Center. There is so much to be grateful for

Talk with your doctor and be aware of the medications you take. For example, painkillers can reduce awareness of the heat, and diuretics can lead to dehydration.

Use electric fans.

Cool off by taking showers, or with ice bags or wet towels .

Stay out of direct sunlight, put shades on windows, and use crossventilation and fans to cool rooms.

Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing.

Drink plenty of liquids such as water, juice, and iced tea to replace the fluids lost by sweating. As a person ages, thirst declines. Limit alcoholic beverages or fluids with salt which can complicate medical problems

every day. Thanks to my colleagues and the center participants, I have felt supported and welcomed as I made my way in a new job, new home, and new community to live in and serve. I have been a part of a thriving organization that puts the needs of seniors first and foremost in everything they do and in the decisions they make. I could not ask for more, other than to celebrate this milestone with everyone. We will officially celebrate our Second Center Anniversary on Monday, July 15 at 12:30 p.m. Everyone is invited. Refreshments will be served. Come join us in celebration as we continue to strive to reimagine aging for the communities we serve. —Melissa Starr, Director The Brunswick Center at Supply

such as high blood pressure. 

Eat small meals more often and avoid foods that are high in protein, which increases body heat.

Keep medicines in a cool, dry place.

Check up on friends or neighbors who live alone.

Join your local senior center or take advantage of buildings made accessible to seniors during excessive heat.

Take the heat seriously. Watch for danger signs like nausea, dizziness or lightheadedness, fatigue, confusion, labored breathing, chest discomfort ,and rapid or erratic pulse. Get to a cool place, drink cool water slowly, and seek medical help if conditions don’t improve.


BSRI News

By Jennifer Sherman Director of Case Management Both chronic medical conditions and medications can worsen the impact of extreme heat. Since 1986, Operation Fan Heat Relief (OFHR) has purchased fans to provide a more comfortable living environment and reduce heat-related illnesses for older adults and adults with disabilities. Duke Energy Progress, Duke Energy Carolinas, Dominion Resources, and the Valassis Giving Committee have made contributions through the Division of Aging and Adult Services to Area Agencies on

Aging to purchase fans in support of this summer program. Air conditioners can be provided on a client-specific basis for adults with more serious health-related illnesses (a prescription from a physician is required). If you are at risk, please take advantage of OFHR and stay safe this summer. Please see a case manager for details, or call (910) 754-2300. First come, first serve. The OFHR program runs from May 1 to

October 31. This generous funding doesn’t meet the ongoing need for our area. Please participate in the upcoming Fran’s Fans community drive to expand this program to meet this need. The date of Fran’s Fan community drive will be announced soon on our website and WECT. If you would like to donate a fan or a monetary donation, please contact Jennifer Sherman at (910) 754-6297 or visit our website.


BSRI News

By Mike McGurn, BSRI Thrift Store Operations Manager This month the Thrift Store and BSRI would like to throw back a big thank you to the Calabash VFW Post 7288 for their recent $1,000 donation. Margie Sears, Calabash VFW member and BSRI Thrift Store employee, presented the check to Thrift Store Operations Manager Mike McGurn; Brunswick Center at Calabash Director Courtney Bledsoe; and Brunswick Center at Calabash Assistant Director Holley Norris at the Calabash Thrift Store. In a letter that accompanied the donation, Calabash VFW Post Commander Daniel J. Kossler, Jr. wrote that every quarter the post grants $1,000 to an organization dedicated to help those in need. They often focus on helping veterans and in the past have donated to the Fisher House at Fort Bragg and the National Home for Children in Michigan. This time the Post wanted to give to an organization closer to home. Post Quartermaster Bill McCormick informed members about all the good work BSRI has been doing for the Calabash community, especially since opening the Brunswick Center

Photo by Michelle Stewart

The Calabash VFW post presents a check for $1,000 to the BSRI Thrift Store. Above, from left to right, are Brunswick Center at Calabash Assistant Director Holley Norris; Thrift Store Operations Manager Mike McGurn; Margie Sears, Calabash VFW member and BSRI Thrift Store employee; and Brunswick Center at Calabash Director Courtney Bledsoe.

at Calabash last year. The donation will help BSRI continue those efforts and we are very grateful for the Calabash VFW’s support. Thanks so much!

BSRI thrift store at 5302 Main Street in Shallotte on Friday, June 28. Please help! We are seeking volunteers for all shifts. To register to volunteer, go to our website, www.bsrinc.org,and click on “Volunteers” in the “About Us” drop-down menu to fill out our online volunteer application. Thanks!

BUZZ We plan to open our second


BSRI News

By Marilou Smith SHIIP CO-Coordinator Meet Eileen Scanlon. Eileen has been a SHIIP Counselor with Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. for more than three years. You can find her facilitating the Caregiver Support Group at the Brunswick Center of Leland on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Eileen goes above and beyond and has a heart of gold. She also helps with the Medicare 101 classes hosted at BCC, coming to a BSRI center near you. Eileen enjoys helping clients navigate through the

Medicare maze. We are honored to have her on our team.

Judith Larocca retired in October 2014. She used to live New Jersey where she became a SHIIP volunteer. Shortly thereafter she moved to Leland, where she has been working as a SHIIP volunteer for more than three years. She enjoys the work immensely. She loves that she can share her knowledge of health insurance. Judith is extremely gratified to give back to people by using her

Eileen Scanlon has been a SHIIP counselor with BSRI for three years.

knowledge and experience to help others navigate the Medicare maze.


In Our Centers

More than Dancing

By Beth Klahre The Brunswick Center at Southport’s ballet class includes some tap moves for fun. Dancers use chairs for a makeshift ballet barre and when the toe work is done, get tapping. Front row, left to right: Kathy Amber, Maureen Terman, Judy Veno. Second row: Peggy Lacey, Ginny Gorman, and far right, instructor Caryl Voorhees. Last row: Eileen Soderberg, Beth Klahre.

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f classical piano music meanders into the hallway from the gym at the Brunswick Center at Southport, it must be Wednesday! A group of women aged 55 to 78 is paying close attention to Caryl Voorhees, who is teaching ballet class in French. After the last pas de bourrée, the music gets hopping and the tapping begins. Laughter rolls out of the gym enticing curious passersby to peek in. And center director Melissa Catlett is thrilled to watch it unfold.

The instruction is professional and disciplined. Voorhees grew up dancing with the Russian Bolshoi Ballet and the Leningrad Kirov Ballet. She started teaching dance in her New Jersey home in 1989 to her three daughters and their 13 friends. She turned her passion into a thriving business, chronicled in her book, “Dancing for Joy.” Voorhees sold her studio in 2007 and retired at the beach, but never retired her love of dance. For the last

four years, she has been teaching ballet as a volunteer. In 2017 she added tap to the repertoire.

Voorhees laughs when she compares teaching young children to teaching seniors. “My seniors are much easier to teach than some of the children, whom I often caught swinging on the barre and licking the mirror! I have to remember that we are older now. We benefit greatly from a proper warm-up and review


In Our Centers of the basic dance steps each week.” She speaks proudly of her senior dancers. “They are amazing! They come with an eagerness to learn the graceful techniques of classical ballet and have a great time making lots of noise with their tap shoes.” The students love Voorhees and unanimously agree that she is super fun, talented, and professional. The group had some funny moments learning Voorhees’s choreographed tap routine to Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling.” Dancers moving in all the wrong directions made everyone laugh. But Caryl’s exuberant, positive personality encouraged everyone to do her best.

Not everyone who attends has childhood dance experience. Eileen Soderberg from Oak Island saw a sign for the class on the bulletin board. “I have always been interested in ballet even though I didn’t take lessons as a child. I danced for a season after college.” She dances now because she “likes the movement and control of ballet and the challenge of tap.” Peggy Lacey intends to “put a

checkmark on her bucket list to learn to tap.” And Ginny Gorman, one of the two most senior dancers, always dreamed of learning to tap. She says, “This is a great way to get moving.” For Kathy Amber of Oak Island, it’s more than dancing. “The feeling of being part of a group, accepted no matter how I dance, lifts me up.” Free classes resume this fall. Everyone is welcome.

In this class, there are no mirrors or ballet barres. Backs of chairs serve as makeshift barres for balance. There are no recitals. And thankfully, say the dancers, no tutus. Judy Veno is one of Voorhees’s first students. “I have always enjoyed watching dance performances and found it’s even more enjoyable to participate! Dancing is great exercise. Moving to the beautiful music is so relaxing. I love the challenge of learning combinations of tap steps.” Alicia Williamson recently relocated to Southport. She recalls dancing as a child. “I have a lot of affection for those dance classes. I was thrilled to see a ballet and tap class for people in our age range. And everyone here is charming and welcoming.”

Maureen Terman practices her ballet moves in the Southport ballet class, which is on summer hiatus and will begin again in the fall.


Volunteers

A Healthy Community and Healthy Volunteers “Volunteering is more than essential to the Community. It is a big part of a healthy, balanced lifestyle.”

By Lillith Camp, SECU-sponsored BSRI summer intern from UNCW The activities and services offered by Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. rely heavily on volunteers from the community. It is because of selfless and dedicated volunteers that we are able to serve Brunswick County’s rapidly-growing senior population. From Meals on Wheels to Medicare counseling, our volunteers work hard to keep seniors in our area happy, healthy, and independent. Volunteering with BSRI not only benefits the community, but also the emotional wellness and physical health of the volunteer themselves. While the act of volunteering was created to help others, it has proved to also be beneficial for the volunteer. Volunteering has been linked to improving psychological well-being. This includes reductions in stress, anger, depression, and anxiety. These reductions create room for self-confidence, happiness, and a sense of purpose to grow. Volunteers are able to forge meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with other volunteers and the seniors they serve.

Why volunteering also important to keeping a balanced community: 2,174 seniors age 65 and up are living below the poverty line in Brunswick County! Become a volunteer for BSRI: Email if interested to: Spowell@bsrinc.org Or fill out an online application at www.bsrinc.org/volunteers

Lillith Camp is an intern in the volunteer department this summer. She is a rising senior at UNCW studying psychology.

Volunteering has the ability to influence physical health. Individuals who are active in their community have been shown to have lower mortality rates and lower rates of heart disease than those of the same age who do not volunteer. According to “Volunteering and its Surprising Benefits” by Dr. Jeanne Segal and Lawrence Robinson, volunteers are also less likely to develop high blood pressure. These health benefits can be attributed to the fact that volunteers are active when serving their community. They are on their feet and moving around, even if it does not feel like the typical workout. According to “8 Long-Term Health Benefits of Volunteering” by Claire Shinn, there have even been recent research studies examining the relationship between volunteering and a reduction in the progression of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.


Out and About

By Joan Leotta

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hen the weather gets warm, those of us who live near the beach stock up on extra sunscreen, fresh toothbrushes and beach towels, and assorted sandcastle toys for the influx of visitors from afar who descend upon our homes in summer. Whether guests are staying for just a few days or longer, keep a list of potential excursions for day or evening in case weather or sunburn keep you from hitting the beach. Check various Brunswick County website listings for events such as the evening concerts and festivals.

These excursions will take just a morning or afternoon. Take a stroll down the main street of Calabash to discover interesting souvenirs, peruse treasures at the thrift shops, or eat Calabash seafood at one of the many establishments that hug the Intracoastal. If you are lucky you can purchase freshly caught shrimp right on the docks. Although many think of the Museum of Coastal Carolina as a place for little ones (great touch tanks!) their shark and dolphin shows and exhibits about local sea life are for all ages.

For an all-day outing, there’s plenty within an hour’s drive north or south. Take the ferry to Fort Fisher, which boasts a state aquarium and the historic civil war fort that gives the area its name. You can tour the grounds and marvel over the

Check website listings for special events at nearby sites, such as this Gullah-Geechee program at Brookgreen Gardens.

many exhibits in the museum that chronicle the great sea battle that took place here in the last days of the Civil War. Heading south, visit Ripley’s Aquarium, or head a bit more west to the Horry County Museum in Conway and the nearby L.W. Paul Living History Farm that recreates an early 20th-century farm in the area. A slightly longer drive will take you to the wonders of Brookgreen Gardens, with an outdoor sculpture museum. If you like wandering around quaint seaside towns that offer colonial history, quirky stores, great places to eat seafood, and restful parks where you and your guests can relax, then head to either Southport in Brunswick County, or down U.S. 17 past Brookgreen Gardens to Georgetown, S.C.


Ash Senior Site Ash Senior Nutrition Site Activity Calendar

Calendar is subject to change Victoria Hine, Manager Waccamaw Community Building 5859 Waccamaw School Road, Ash, NC 29420 Call 910-754-2300 Ext. 1053 For Reservations Operating Hours: 9:30 am.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Lunch Served at noon

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

2 09:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub

3 09:30 Puzzles 11:30 Exercises 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub 12:45 Relaxation

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9 09:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub

10 09:30 Puzzles 11:30 Exercises 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub 12:45 Relaxation

11 9:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch Time 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Bingo 01:00 Puzzles

16 09:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub

17 09:30 Puzzles 11:30 Exercises 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub 12:45 Relaxation

18 9:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch Time 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Bingo 01:00 Puzzles

23 9:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub

24 09:30 Puzzles 11:30 Exercises 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub 12:45 Relaxation

25 9:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch Time 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Bingo 01:00 Puzzles

30 09:30 Puzzles 10:45 Exercises 11:30 Stretch 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub

31 09:30 Puzzles 11:30 Exercises 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Puzzles Rummikub 12:45 Relaxation

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Avis Smith shows off her project that won third place in the Brunswick County Senior Arts show. Below is the project itself, a family tree of all the congregate and staff at the Ash Senior Site.


Boiling Spring Lakes Senior Site BSRI Nutrition Program at Boiling Spring Lakes Parks & Recreation Department 1 Leeds Road Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461 910-363-0018

July 2019 Monday

BSRI Nutrition Program Operating Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 910-754-2300 Program Information www.cityofbsl.org or 363-0018

*Subject to change, email or call Karlin 910-363-0018 ext.2 or kwest@cityofbsl.org* Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

1 9am Card Making 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice 6:15pm All Levels Yoga

2 8:30am Lewis Farms Berry Picking and Lunch 9:30-10:30am Clogging 6:30 Line Dance Club

3 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice

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5 10am Qi Gong/Tai Chi 11am TOPS 11am Fit 4 Life 11:30-12:30pm FREE BP Testing 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Dominoes, Dice and Cards

8 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice 6:15pm All Levels Yoga

9 9:30-10:30am Clogging 4pm The Office Meet and Greet 6:30 Line Dance Club

10 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice

11 10am Mah Jong 6pm All Levels Yoga

12 10am Qi Gong/Tai Chi 11am TOPS 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Ice Cream Birthday Social 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Dominoes, Dice and Cards

15 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice 6:15pm All Levels Yoga

16 9:30-10:30am Clogging 6:30 Line Dance Club

17 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice

18 10am Mah Jong 12pm Lunch Bunch: Joe Loves Lobster in BSL 6pm All Levels Yoga

19 10am Qi Gong/Tai Chi 11am TOPS 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Dominoes, Dice and Cards

22 10am Walking Class 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice 6:15pm All Levels Yoga

23 9:30-10:30am Clogging 6:30 Line Dance Club

25 10am Mah Jong 11am Brown Bag and a Movie 6pm All Levels Yoga

26 10am Qi Gong/Tai Chi 11am TOPS 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Dominoes, Dice and Cards

29 10am Walking Class 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice 6:15pm All Levels Yoga

30 9:30-10:30am Clogging 6:30 Line Dance Club

24 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12:15pm Guest Speaker: BSRI Nutritional Talk 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice 31 10am Walking Class 11am Fit 4 Life 12pm Senior Lunch 12:30pm Rummikub 12:30 Cards & Dice

Tuesday, July 2: Blueberry/ Blackberry Picking… $5 **Leave at 8:30am to Lewis Farms and lunch at Olive Garden. (This all depends on the season)

Saturday, July 13: Walk with a Doc Monthly Program 9:00am-10:00am **Hosted at BSL Community Center No PreRegistration necessary**


In the Garden

By Pat Naughton Applying the right amount of water in the correct locations is key to saving money and having a green lawn. Watering a typical 5,000sq.-ft. yard with a half inch of water uses 1,558 gallons of water. That costs close to $5 each time. According to the N.C. State Extension Turfiles website, lawn grasses of Bermudagrass, Centipede, and St. Augustine need one inch of water a week. Zoysia grass needs 1 ¼ inch of water a week. On sandy soils, you can water ½ inch every third day for all these grasses. To determine what each section of the lawn is receiving from the spray, place an empty short can (such as a tuna can) on the lawn. After an irrigation cycle, check the water depth and adjust the timer and spray accordingly to achieve a half inch of water per watering.

The typical irrigation head can be adjusted for start point, finish point, and spray length. To change the starting point, unscrew the head from the canister. Find the center cap on the rotor case. Move it all the way to the right until it stops and you can no longer turn it. Then, move it to the left until it stops. This is the starting point. Keeping the arrow aimed at the

Sprinkler heads can be adjusted for start point, finish point, and spray length. This allows you to fine-tune your irrigation so you don’t waste water.

starting point, insert the head in the canister and tighten the top of the head.

problems such as gray leaf spot.

To adjust the finish point you will need an adjustment key, which are available at major hardware stores. Insert the plastic end of the key in the rotation slot marked with “+” and “–” directions. Turn the key to the + direction to increase the arc and to the – to reduce the direction.

Brunswick County Master Gardeners will present a series of short, timely topics for local gardeners and provide an opportunity to ask your garden questions. There is no charge. The following sessions are offered at the Leland Library:

The final adjustment is the spray length. This is adjusted by inserting the metal end of the key above the nozzle. There is a screw which interferes with the spray to change the length. Turning the screw in will decrease the length.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 – 2 to 4 p.m., Summer Pests and Treatment Options that are Environmentally Friendly

The best time to water your lawn is in the early morning hours, between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m., when temperatures are cooler and the evaporation rate is low. Avoid watering between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. Watering at these times can extend the leaf wetness period created by dew, which can increase disease

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 – 2 to 4 p.m., Fall Turf Care and Irrigation Systems

For more information about lawn care, visit http://ces.ncsu.edu, where you can post your questions via the „Ask an Expert‟ link, http:// www.turffiles.ncsu.edu, or contact the Brunswick County Extension office, (910)253-2610.


The Brunswick Center at Calabash 10050 Beach Dr. SW Calabash, NC 28467 910-754-7427

Hours of Operation: M-Th 7a.m.-4p.m., F 7a.m.-2p.m.

Courtney Bledsoe, Director Holley Norris, Assistant Director

JULY DAILY ACTIVITY SCHEDULE MONDAYS

TUESDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

DAILY “Drop In” Activities: Reading, Coffee w/Friends (8A), Fitness Room, Table Games (2P-4P), Coloring, and more! No Symbol = No Fee (Contributions always appreciated); $ = Fee Associated ; ^ = Requires Advanced Registration; * = Schedule Change 7:30 Country 8:45 Zumba GOLD 7:30 Country 8:45 Zumba 7:30 Country Zumba $3 Zumba $3 Zumba $3 8:30 Meditation 9:45 Zumba GOLD- 8:15 Barre 9:30 BINGO $0.50 CHAIR 9:00 Hoop It Up! $3 9:30 Pound Away $3 9:15 Tai-Chi 10:30 Line Dancing 10:30 20/20/20 9:30 Knitting & 9:30 Chair Arthritis Beg 10:30 20/20/20 9:00 TCB Chair Class Crocheting $6 10:30 Chair Arthritis Adv 10:30 Geri-Fit 10:30 Geri-Fit 11:00 TCB Chair Class$6 12p Lunch

12p Lunch

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Dulcimer Group 12:45 Line Dancing

1:00

Bridge Group

1:00

Art w/ Michelle

1:00

BINGO $0.50

12p Lunch 12:30 Yoga

12 Lunch 12:00 Painter’s Hour

1:00

1:00

Mah Jongg Grp

3:00

Qi Gong $5

2:00

^Beginner Mah Jongg Class (Sign up in Lobby)

Zumba GOLD $3

12 Lunch 1:00 Chair Yoga

(w/ Dean)

JULY BONUS ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS! MONDAY

TUESDAY

1• Learn about 6/29 2 Movement Awareness • Visit with Bella the Workshop 12:30 Therapy Dog 1:30 • International Joke Day • Memory Loss Bring your best joke & make Support Group 2:00 someone smile today!

8

WEDNESDAY

3

• BP Checks 11:00

FRIDAY

4 CENTER CLOSED

5 CENTER CLOSED

11

12 ^Pine Needle Basket Weaving ($22) 9:00

by Community Home Care & Hospice

• ^Chair Caning 12:45

9 10 • Hospice 101 Presentation by STHL, Presentation By Community Home Care Audie Lowrimore & Hospice 12:30 • Caregiver Support Group 2:00 15 16 17 • BP Checks 11:00 Meditation & Tai Chi Zumba GOLD CHAIR by Community Home Care & Hospice Cancelled Today! cancelled today! ^Chair Caning 12:45 • Zumba instead of Tech Help 10:00 Barre today! • Pound Away CANCELLED today! • Diabetes Support Group 3:00 22 23 • Ice Cream Social 24• Zumba instead of Meditation & Tai Chi 12:30 Barre today! Sponsored by Autumn Cancelled Today! • Pound Away Care of Shallotte CANCELLED today! Donuts with the Directors • Visit with Bella the Therapy Dog 1:30 9:00 29 30 • ^Center Day Trip 31 Fall Risk Assessments Visit with Mayor Knight Hollywood Wax w/ Level Up Physical Museum & Jimmy 12:30 Therapy 1:00 ^Movement Awareness Buffett’s Margaritaville $ Workshop 1:00-3:15 ($30) • Int’l Friendship Day BSRI Nutrition Class 12:15

THURSDAY

• Headaches & Root Causes w/ Chiropractic Dr. Glenn Lundy

• Writer’s Bloc 1:00 18 19 Cinema at the Center • National Daiquiri Day Popcorn & a movie after lunch

25 Writer’s Bloc 1:00

1

Mini Daiquiris served at 2:00

• Clean & Green Discussion 10:00

26•^Pine Needle Basket Weaving ($22) 9:00 • Birthday Celebration

Cake sponsored by Kindred at Home & Community Home Care & Hospice

2

The Happy Healthy Woman Discussion 10:00


The Brunswick Center at Calabash 10050 Beach Dr. SW Calabash, NC 28467 910-754-7427

Courtney Bledsoe, Director Holley Norris, Assistant Director

Hours of Operation: M-Th 7a.m.-4p.m., F 7a.m.-2p.m.

Have fun.

International Joke Day July 1st Be sure to bring your best joke & make someone smile that day! With fitness instructor Dorothy Dexter This workshop will focus on awareness of how your body moves & at what point you get stuck in a movement. This may be due to limited range of movement, stress, strain, poor posture, tension, or discomfort from chronic aches & pains. Dorothy will take you through a series of exercises using a slow-repetition, small increment technique. Then, exercises are repeated using guided imagery. These exercises can help improve your ease of movement, flexibility, coordination, your ease & efficiency of your movements. You will feel more centered, balanced, maybe taller or even lighter. It will bring a whole new awareness to your movements. Through both imagery & physical exercises used in this workshop you will improve your flexibility, coordination, posture, reduce tension, stress, strain, decrease pain & increase your range of movement. *Learn more about the workshop on Monday, July 1st during lunch. *The Workshop will be held on Monday, July 29th, 1:00-3:15. $30 per person, prior sign up required!

ZUMBA GIRLS By: Linda Dostie Scott

We get together many times a week, With our Instructor, Kathy Breen, for our Zumba greet. She’s funny, bubbly, dances and sings, What’s important, of course, is what she brings. We move our bodies in many a way, We must like it, we all stay. It’s for all ages to stay in shape, Moving around helps us feel great. We shake our booties, legs and arms, Of course, without doing any harm. We put our wraps on and make lots of noise, To get a few laughs, and really enjoy. This is what we all like to do, Have get togethers with all of you.

National Daiquiri Day July 19th Fruity, frozen, & refreshing non-alcoholic samples will be served around 2:00! National Vanilla Ice Cream Day July 23rd Ice Cream served after lunch! Sponsored by Autumn Care of Shallotte International Day of Friendship July 30th Spend time with a sweet friend or come to the Center and introduce yourself to someone new! 7 WEEKS OF SHAG LESSONS! Tuesdays, June 18-July 30, 5:30PM-8:30PM Contact Instructors John & Katy for more info: jsh66@earthlink.net or Phone: 910-619-8265


The Brunswick Center at Calabash 10050 Beach Dr. SW Calabash, NC 28467 910-754-7427

ART & CRAFT CORNER Art with Michelle, Fridays at 1:30 Participants are encouraged to bring a friend along for this month’s “Me & You” Painting sessions. Each class, you will paint half of an image while your friend paints the remaining half. No one to bring along? No worries. We will partner you up with a new friend! Supplies to bring include: Stretched canvas 11x14, Pallet Knife, Acrylic Paints (white, black, red, yellow, blue, orange, green, purple) *Paint cup, brushes, & paper towels will be provided by the Center. —————

^Chair Caning 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 12:45 Sandy will be here to show you how it is done. Have a chair that needs caning? Bring it with you! —————

^Pine Needle Basket Weaving ($22) July 12th & 26th at 9:00 Donna “Zada Mae” brings your materials and shows you the ropes. From there, you will make your very own basket to take home!

Courtney Bledsoe, Director Holley Norris, Assistant Director

NEW Fitness Classes! Toning Core Balance CHAIR CLASS $6/class ——————

Country Zumba $3/class

Hours of Operation: M-Th 7a.m.-4p.m., F 7a.m.-2p.m.

Clean & Green Discussion A Plant Based Chemical & Toxic Free Living July 19th at 10:00 Not sure what it really means to go "Clean & Green"? Curious about what ingredients in household cleaners and personal care products you should absolutely avoid? Come learn more at our FREE class. We'll break down the hazards you should be on the alert for, and tell you how easy it is to incorporate safe but effective cleaning products and practices into your household! When you reduce your toxic exposure to chemicals, your body can function in "happy mode" and you could be surprised at some common ailments and challenges you can eliminate by cleaning up your personal environment - in a simple, affordable way.

The Happy Healthy Woman At Any Age! August 2nd at 10:00 Who doesn't want to live happier and healthier...with ease! No matter what your age, your hormones are still going to be a factor. And it's hard to know how to balance your hormones as you navigate through the decades. Join Health Coach, Beth Mincher, as she shares some easy-to-follow guidelines to find balance at any age. As a woman, at any age, we need to feel ALIVE, VIBRANT, and GOOD about ourselves. Inner and Outer beauty! Which translates into physical and mental health. We'll chat about all types of "feel-good" things, including feeling "Sexy as a Senior" - and it's all about YOU!

Courtney & Holley invite you to come have coffee & donuts over some fun conversation with them the morning of Monday, July 22nd at 9:00!


Read All About It

By Donna Ruth Morgan

T

o celebrate our country’s birthday this July Fourth, turn to some patriotic reading. These choices are available at Brunswick County libraries.

Gary Sinise’s dedication to America’s military and first responders and their families stands out in the pages of Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service (2018). Readers will enjoy the inspiring backstories of the author’s life and reflections on his theatre, film, and television work. The Lt. Dan character—a Vietnamwounded paraplegic in the movie Forest Gump—gave name to his band that performs in USO shows and raises funds for disabled veterans. His personal history and the research he did for Lt. Dan and his TV role in CSI: NY role as a haunted Gulf War vet steered Mr. Sinise into giving back. Love of family and country create a story shining with the author’s modesty and spirituality. Nutshell Review: This is a man anyone would be proud to meet and thank. The Restless Wave: Good Times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other Appreciations by John McCain and co-authored by Mark Salter (2018) piqued my curiosity about a man whose “accumulated memories” had gathered such weight. I struggled through over-long accounts of insider politics, incessant

name-dropping, and arguments that Mr. McCain’s political philosophies were superior to the average American’s. Nutshell review: The book fell short of my expectations for being illuminated (rather than entertained) by this man’s final reflections on his life and legacy. Sacred Duty: A Soldier's Tour at Arlington National Cemetery (2019) by Senator Tom Cotton is a meticulouslyresearched history of the U.S. Army’s Old Guard, the oldest active duty infantry regiment. Personal accounts of the author escorting flag-draped coffins of soldiers and participating in hundreds of military funerals for service members demonstrate his compassion and honor for those brave servants. Nutshell Review: The author, a true patriot and decorated war hero, writes only briefly about himself with focus on America’s most sacred shrine and the duty owed to our fallen. Need bargain summer reading? Friends of the Library used book sales support Brunswick County Libraries with books for $1 or less. Cool down at continuous inside-thelibrary book sales during business hours at the Rourke Reading Room in Shallotte, at Leland Branch, and Southwest Branch in Ocean Isle. Or visit FOL Southport & Oak Island’s used bookstore of in Southport Realty at 727 N. Howe St. in Southport. Chill and browse at the monthly sale Saturday July 27, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., themed Hot Hot Hot!


The Brunswick Center at Leland July 2019 - Weekly Activity Schedule EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

EVERY THURSDAY

EVERY FRIDAY

Black = No Fee (Contributions always appreciated); Green or $ = Fee Based Class; Red ^ = Requires Prior Sign Up 10:30

Chair Aerobics

$-Super

8:30

Strength & Core

8:30

Total Body Cond.

10:30 $-BINGO

8:30

9:30

Morning Yoga

9:30

Geri-Fit

10:30 Arthritis Exercise

10:00 Sampler^

10:00 Painting

10:00

Crafts

10:30 Balance Class

10:30

Line Dancing-Int.

Line Dancing-

Computer Help

Beg.

11:00 Larks Choir Practice 11:00 12p Lunch

12p Lunch

11:00 Geri-Fit

11:30a EARLY Lunch

12:30

Monday Crafts

1:00

Sleep Mats

12:30

Painting

1:00

Mah Jongg

1:00

$-Parkinson’s Ex. I^

1:00

$-Tabata^

4:30

$-Cardio Dance^

2:00

$-Parkinson’s Ex. II^ 1:00 2:00

12p Lunch 1:00

12p Lunch

Oil Painting

1:30

Yoga

Bridge Club $-Hybrid Yoga^

Class Rooms & Times Are Subject to Change. Look for Posted Flyers or Subscribe to Updates at LelandGeneral@bsrinc.org

July 2019 - Monthly Calendar MONDAY 1

TUESDAY

Bible Study10:30a

Hand & Foot 1p

11

10

9

THURSDAY 4 CLOSED

3

2

8

WEDNESDAY

US Med Express 10:30a

Mo. Outing TBA

Caregiver Support Grp 10a

FRIDAY 5

CLOSED

Hired Hands Music 10:30a

22

16

17

Wellness Ed Support Grp 10a

BP Checks 10:30a

Bible Stdy 10:30a Nutrition Ed. 12p

Hand & Foot 1p

23

24

Summer Cookout

29 30 Mystery Monday Activity w/Jade Disaster Prep 10:30a 10:30a

Coups for Troops 9:30a 31

18 Shark Week 10:30a

** = New Time/Offering

Daily Announcements: During Lunch as needed 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 10:30a: Bible Study** 1st & 3rd Weds, 1p: Hand & Foot Card Game 1st & 3rd Friday, 9a: Sewing Bee **Celebrate Birthdays at Summer Cookout 6/23 2nd Tuesdays: Monthly Outing (Details at Desk) 3rd Tuesdays, 12p: Monthly Nutrition Education 12 Poetry Lounge 2nd & 4th Thurs, 10a: Caregiver Support Grp 2nd & 4th Friday, 1p: Game Day w/ Louise 10:30a 3rd Mondays, 10:30a: Hired Hands Music 3rd Wednesdays, 10:30a: Blood Pressure Cks Game Day 1p

15

Regular Monthly & Semimonthly Events:

Liberty Homecare & Hospice

3rd Thursdays, 12p: Meet with a Case Mgr

19 Last Wednesdays, 9:30a: Coups for Troops Sewing Bee 9a 4th Fridays, 10a: Music with Willie

Special Events & Presentations: 7/4 & 7/5: CLOSED Happy 4th of July! Meet w/Sandy 7/10: US Med Express 10:30a 25 26 7/12: Poetry Lounge with Louise** 10:30a Music w/ Willie 7/16: Wellness Education Support Group** Caregiver 10a 10a -July Topic: Social Isolation & Loneliness Support Grp 10a Game Day 1p 7/18: Shark Week Activity 10:30a 7/23: Summer Cookout 10:30a 121 Town Hall Dr. **Summer Hours:** 7/29: Mystery Activity w/ Jade, 10:30a Leland, NC. Mon 9a-5:30p 7/30: Hurricane & Disaster Prep, 10:30a Tue-Fri 7a-3p American Red Cross


The Brunswick Center at Leland 121 Town Hall Drive NE Leland, NC 28451 910-754-7701

**Summer Hours** Mondays 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays—Fridays 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

~An NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Veronica Lett-McGee, Director Jade Robinson, Assistant Director

What’s the “Buzz” in Leland?! Wellness Educational Support Group American Red Cross Presents:

Disaster Readiness

Tues, 7/30/19 at 10:30a Come to sign up for Brunswick Co. Medical Special Needs Registry!

US Med Express Wed, 7/10/2019, 10:30a Latoya from US Med Express will be in the lobby to discuss all of your personal health care needs.

Tuesday, 7/16/2019 at 10am Join our Case Manager Sandy & Nutritionist Mallory for a Wellness Educational Support Group. This month’s topic will cover the effects of loneliness and social isolation and how to avoid or cope with both. Sign up Sheet on Clip board near the Front Desk.

Poetry Lounge with Louise Friday, 7/12/2019 at 10:30am Calling all cool cats! Come enjoy poetry readings and maybe share a favorite of your own!

Summer Cookout Now accepting UNEXPIRED NON-PERISHABLE FOOD for Leland’s Food Pantry Now through September 2019 MOST NEEDED ITEMS: Canned Meats, Fruits & Vegetables Pasta and Pasta Sauce Peanut Butter Trail Mix, Nuts, Crackers, Protein Bars

Tuesday, 7/23/2019 Wear your flip flops and summer gear and bring your appetite. Must be registered for congregate lunch or guests are welcome for $5.

A Few Changes for Summer! New Summer Hours Mondays 9a-5:30p Tue-Fri 7a-3p CLOSED July 4 & 5th

Veteran Meetups On Hiatus for Summer. See you this Fall!


The Brunswick Center at Leland 121 Town Hall Drive NE Leland, NC 28451 910-754-7701

~An NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Veronica Lett-McGee, Director Jade Robinson, Assistant Director

**Summer Hours** Mondays 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays—Fridays 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Looking Back… Many thanks to the

N. Brunswick Shag Club for their generous donation and for showing us some moves!

ALOHA! Our Luau was a hit! Stay tuned for more Theme Day Parties.

It’s a 90s party! Edna Roy hosted a lovely celebration for our nonagenarians with music by the Leland Larks!

Senior Spotlight Meet Elsie! Elsie was born on January 11, 1937 in Autryville, North Carolina. She grew up on her Grandma Taylor’s farm with her parents until her father was able to purchase his own farm. Elsie spent many years helping her family farm tobacco and cotton. One of Elsie’s fondest recollections is when her mother saved “cotton burr” to be able to purchase a furniture set. Once married, Elsie and her husband moved to Wilmington and had three children, a daughter and two sons. Once her children were older, Elsie began working in the sewing industry. Twenty years later, Elsie returned to Autryville where she met her late husband and relocated to Leland, where she has now lived for 22 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, especially her two grandsons, and coming to the Brunswick Center at Leland to socialize with friends while having coffee. Elsie has a generous spirit; she is always eager to help out with activities, offer words of encouragement or bring in delicious apples to share! When asked to share some words of wisdom, she replied, “I am 82 and a half and when I wake up in the morning, I thank God he is starting me off on a new day and for being in my life!” Thank you, Elsie, for making us smile. We are beyond lucky to have you! -Interviewed by Jade Robinson


SHIIP

By M. René Tarquinio, LBSW Case Manager/ SHIIP Co-Coordinator

A

stroke is a brain attack caused by blocked blood flow to the brain. It can affect a person’s speech, movement, and memory, and may lead to death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke each year. Stroke is a major cause of disability for adults and kills about one out of every 20 people each year. Risk factors that may increase the possibility of having a stroke include smoking and drinking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity. There are other risk factors that you can’t control, like being over age 65 and having a personal or family history of stroke. Up to 80% of strokes may be prevented by taking advantage of these Medicare preventive services (in most cases, you’ll pay nothing for these services). 

Cardiovascular disease screening (includes blood test screening for cholesterol)

Cardiovascular disease behavioral therapy

Alcohol misuse screening and counseling

Diabetes screenings and self-management training

Nutrition therapy services and obesity screening and counseling

A healthy lifestyle is crucial to preventing strokes. 

Smoking and tobacco use cessation counseling (to stop smoking or using tobacco products)

Learn more about Medicare’s coverage of preventive services at www.medicare.gov/coverage/ preventive-screening-services.

To reduce your chance of stroke, you should consider: 

Eating healthily. Choose foods low in salt, fat, and cholesterol. Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables.

Maintaining a healthy weight. Exercise at least 30 minutes a day. Be sure to check with your doctor before starting any exercise program.

Not smoking.

Reducing the amount of alcohol you drink. Men should have no more than two drinks per day

and women (who aren’t pregnant) should have no more than one drink per day. There’s no way to know for sure what your chances are for having a stroke, but it’s good to know there are things you can do to lower your chances of having one. Talk to your doctor about other ways you can take small steps now to improve your health. If you’re new to Medicare, your doctor will give you information about all the free screenings and preventive services that are available to you at your “Welcome to Medicare” preventive visit.


Oak Island Senior Site 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 & Sam, Community Center Assistants Operating Hours: Mondays through Thursdays 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Jean Molnar 7/4 Lee Anna Sturkie 7/10 Sandy Winstead 7/11 Mary McDowell 7/12 Lilly Patten 7/17 Sue Rogers 7/20 Linda Coble 7/31 Janice Finchum 7/28

Senior Activity Calendar July 2019 Monday

Tuesday

1 9am Trip to Wal Mart 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 1:30 Board Games 8 9am Trip to Wal Mart 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 1:30 Board Games 15 9am Trip to Wal Mart 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 1:30 Board Games

2 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12pm Nutritional Class 12:30 pm BINGO 1:30 Board Games 9 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 16 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

22 9am Trip to Wal Mart 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 1:30 Board Games 29 9am Trip to Wal Mart 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 1:30 Board Games

23 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 30 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

(Subject to Change)

Wednesday

Thursday

3 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time

4

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

11 8am Sr. Errands 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit/Yoga 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO 18 8am Sr. Errands 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit/Yoga 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO

17 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 24 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time 31 10:00 am Social Time 10:30 Pool Pals 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm Rummikub 12:30pm Social Time

25 8am Sr. Errands 10:00 am Rummikub 10:30 Playing Pool 11:15 Sit & Be Fit/Yoga 11:45 am Senior Lunch 12:30 pm BINGO


Healthy Bites

by Lydia Arnold Student Intern

fresh air outside.

Celebrate the Fourth of July with family, cookouts, fireworks, and lots of red, white, and blue! Even though it’s a holiday, you can still watch what you eat and take care of yourself by preparing ahead.

Drink plenty of water before and during the cookout to keep hydrated.

Practice these health tips to have a safe and healthy July Fourth celebration:

Try to eat lots of veggies and avoid overeating.

Instead of focusing on the food, try to concentrate on spending quality time with loved ones and getting some

Your brain is 15 minutes behind your stomach, so it takes 15 minutes for your stomach to tell your brain that it’s full. Slow down when eating!


The Brunswick Center at Shallotte Weekly Activity Schedule EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

EVERY THURSDAY

EVERY FRIDAY

“ The summer night is like a perfection of thought“ Wallace Stevens 9:00 Zumba Gold 10:00 Yoga w/ Kathryn 10:00 Beginner Line Dancing 10:30 Line Dancing 10:30 Weekly Updates 10:30 Water Aerobics 11:00 Exercise Class w/Angela 11:15 Water Aerobics 11:45 Lunch 12:15 Bingo 1:30 Tai Chi w/Dean

9:30 10:00 10:30 11:15 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 1:30 2:00

10:00 10:00 10:00

“On the Ball” w/Angela ($5) Caregivers Support Group Geri Fit w/Angela Aerobics w/Angela Lunch Bible Study Tai Chi w/ Dean Scrabble Beginner Line Dancing Tai Chi Forms With Dean ($5)

10:30 11:00 11:00 11:30 11:45 12:00 1:00 1:00

Beginner Bridge Tabata w/Shelley Beginner Line Dancing Line Dancing Adult Coloring Exercise Class — Gentle Stretch w/ Angela Garden Club Lunch Bridge Shopping Rummikub

9:00 10:00 10:30 11:15 12:00 12:30 12:30 1:00 1:15

Zumba Gold w/ Kathryn Beginner Yoga w/ Kathryn Geri Fit w/Angela Aerobics Lunch Art Class w/Joan Introduction to Microsoft Office Suite Mahjong Tai Chi w/Dean

9:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:00 10:30 11:45 12:15 12:30 12:00

Pilates w/Angela Craft Class (2nd & 4th weeks) Pool/Billiards Tabata w/Shelley Beginner Computer Class BP Checks Lunch Bingo Craft Class (2nd & 4th weeks) Movie 1st and 4th of the month

Contributions Always Welcome

Monthly Activity Schedule for Shallotte MONDAY

TUESDAY

1 10:30 Water Aerobics

2 5:30 Diabetes Self Management

9 8 11:00 Basket Weaving with 6:00 Homeless Coalition Zada Mae

15

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

3

4

10

11

Celebrate Independence Day

CLOSED

FRIDAY 5

CLOSED

12 9:00 Food Pantry 10:00 Computer Class 12:15 Nutrition With Mallory 10:00 Visually Impaired Support Group 10:30 BP Check w/ LCFH

16 17 12:30 Essential Oils Class

18

19

11:00 Sip „n Chat

10:00 Computer Class 10:30 BP Check w/LCFH

22 23 24 11:00 12:30 Ice Basket Weaving with Cream Social Zada Mae

25

26 9:00 Food Pantry 10:00 Computer Class 10:30 BP Check w/LCFH 12:00 Movie

29

30

31 Birthday Day

THE BRUNSWICK CENTER AT SHALLOTTE

Boost Available for Purchase During Center Hours

3620 EXPRESS DRIVE SHALLOTTE, N.C. 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4

Water Aerobics Diabetes Self Management Day of Play Center closed in Honor of Independence Day 7/5 Center closed in Honor of Independence Day 7/8 Basket Weaving 7/9 Homeless Coalition 7/11 Nutrition Presentation 7/12 Food Pantry 7/12 Craft Day 7/16 Essential Oils Class 7/22 Basket Weaving 7/23 Ice Cream Social 7/26 Food Pantry 7/26 Craft Day


The Brunswick Center at Shallotte 3620 Express Drive Shallotte, NC 28470 910-754-2300 x 1001

~An NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Anne Gass, Center Director Kathy Gehlhardt, Assistant Director

New Center Hours

Holiday Closure

Summer Hours: Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Veteran’s Breakfast and Pinning Ceremony (May 24th) Highlights

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Garden Club

Ice Cream Social, Tue., July 23rd at 12:30pm.

All Keith’s

Independence Day Celebration, Christmas Shopping in July!

Quote

Get Connected to Your Senior Center!

Nutrition Presentation

Show Me the Money!


The Brunswick Center at Shallotte ~An NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Anne Gass, Center Director Kathy Gehlhardt, Assistant Director

3620 Express Drive Shallotte, NC 28470 910-754-2300 x 1001

Summer Hours: Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

New Schedule for Crafty Fridays

Upcoming September Events

The Hummers are Here!

July 12th, 9-11am and 12:30-2:30pm Paint ‘n’ Take

July 26th, 9-11am: Sea Turtle Earrings (Pierced Ears)

by Margarete O’Leary

July 26th, 12:30-2:30pm: Post-It Note Holder. 

Pine Needle Basket Weaving

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NEW! Summer Water Aerobics Class

Monthly Joke.  

Movie Days! Essential Oils Class,

Food Pantry


Puzzles STATEPOINT CROSSWORD THEME: SUMMER FUN ACROSS 1. '70s hairdo 5. Used for Chinese cooking 8. Part of URL 11. *____-and-slide 12. Cone-shaped quarters 13. Formerly known as dropsy 15. "Les MisĂŠrables" author 16. Hissy fit 17. Sink hole 18. *It varies widely in different regions 20. One from the Magi 21. Native American emblem 22. Lavatory, abbr. 23. Like #21 or #37 in this crossword 26. Borrower's warranty 29. Geological time period 30. Experienced sailor 33. Wraths 35. Turning abstract into real 37. Zippo 38. Carl Jung's inner self 39. It's considered abominable 40. Ticks off 42. Mightier than sword? 43. *Popular July 4th event 45. Climb Kilimanjaro, e.g. 47. Bigheadedness 48. Hawaiian veranda 50. Vegetarian's protein source 52. *It won't last long in the heat 55. Canada's favorite tree 56. UN civil aviation agency 57. Another spelling for

#54 Down, sing. 59. Listens to #19 Down 60. Accepted behavior 61. Copenhagen native 62. Flower precursor 63. D.C. time 64. Church part DOWN 1. *Bonfire residue 2. Mess up 3. Capital of Latvia 4. Porto, to many English -speaking tourists 5. Painful expression 6. Poppy product 7. *In need of a breeze 8. Like Beethoven 9. Fail to mention 10. *A farmer's ____ 12. Sleeping sickness vector 13. Hoover's middle name 14. *Blast from past in movie watching 19. ____-boots 22. Car nut 23. Bald eagle's nest 24. Do like ivy 25. Yogurt-based dip 26. Cobbler's concern 27. Nonsense 28. Red Sea nation 31. Actress Hathaway 32. Mammoth site, e.g. 34. *Summer castle material 36. *Light bearer 38. Very, in music 40. Big fuss 41. Kidnapper's demand 44. Fits of shivering 46. *Noisy insect 48. El Pollo ____, pl. 49. Not together 50. Off-limits 51. Newspaper piece 52. Conifer 53. Like 2016 54. Ages and ages 55. Flash dancers 58. Born, in society pages

SUDOKU

STATE POINT MEDIA PUZZLE ANSWERS ON PAGE 37


The Brunswick Center at Southport Weekly Activity Schedule– Lunch Served at 11:30 daily EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

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 9:00 Mah Jongg 9:30 Tai Chi Forms $ 10:00 Hand & Foot Canasta 10:00 Card Making # 10:30 Beg. Tai Chi 12:15 Restorative Yoga $ 1:00 Mah Jongg 1:00 Total Body Conditioning 2:15 Fit and Strong 6:30 Jam Session

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

Bridge Boxing Bible Study Pinochle 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 12:30 2:15

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

8:30 8:30 9:00

Yoga & Pilates Boxing $ Advanced German 9:45 Gerifit 10:00 Knit & Chain Gang 10:00 Bible Study 1:00 Cardio Dance and Core $ 1:00 Beginning Line Dance 2:00 Int./ Advanced Line Dance 2:00 HIIT $

8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:30 11:30 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00

Yoga for Healthy Bones $ Technology Workshop Tai Chi Forms $ Chair Yoga $ Hand & Foot Canasta Tai Chi $ Beginner Pickleball Intermediate Pickleball Photography– 2nd and 4th Friday Hand Drumming Advanced Pickleball (ends promptly at 3:30)

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

Monthly Activity Schedule for Southport MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

2

3

4 CLOSED

5 CLOSED

8

9

10

11

12

16

17

18

19

15

Stroke Support Group 1:00pm

22

Hospice Presentation 12:30

The Brunswick Center at Southport

Photography 1:00pm

Job Fair 9am-12pm

CLOSED– July 4th and 5th Rita’s MONDAY classes–

cancelled for summer 23

24

Caregivers Support Group 10:00am

25

26

New Bible Study– Tuesdays Photography 1:00pm

10:30-12:30 in the library Job Fair– July 19th Hospice Presentation– July

29

30

31

22nd– 12:30 in the stage ballroom


The Brunswick Center at Southport ~An NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Melissa Catlett, Director Jackie Knott, Assistant Director

1513 N. Howe St., Ste. 1 Southport, NC 28461 Phone 910-754-7109

Job Fair Looking for work? Please join us for our first Southport job fair!

Date - Friday, July 19th Time - 9:00am - 12:00 noon Location: The Brunswick Center at

Southport Ballrooms Multiple employers will be on site to speak with job seekers directly. We are happy to be partnering with our local NC Works Center and EDSI Solutions to bring you this event.

Attention! Our sewing and quilting classes will not be meeting for the month of July. When they return in August, they will be needing some items to create wonderful items to use as fundraisers for the center. We are in need of quilt batting and throw pillow forms of any size.

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“All About Hospice,” or “Everything You Wanted to Know About Hospice, but Were Afraid to Ask!” Join Mike Yeley, Hospice Care Consultant from Community Home Care and Hospice, as he explores: What is hospice? How does one qualify for hospice? What does hospice cost? Myths and facts about hospice

Where: The Stage Ballroom at The Brunswick Center at Southport When: Monday, July 22nd Time: 12:30pm

Open to the Public!

Thank you!

Photo by Jackie Knott

Instructor Spotlight Thursday morning Bible Study– Joel Clary Please come to the stage ballroom at 10:00am for an uplifting and soul-satisfying Bible study, led by our very own Joel Clary. This is a wonderful and interactive group to join.

Photography– Kermit Cox

Photo by Melissa Catlett

Join us in the library at 1pm on the 2nd and 4th Fridays. This group is for anyone interested in photography. We are fortunate to have esteemed photographer Kermit Cox leading this fun group!

Caregiver Support Group– Beth Caragol Are you caring for a loved one? If so, come gain some education and fellowship at our caregiver support group, led by Beth Caragol on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 10:00am.


The Brunswick Center at Southport 1513 N. Howe St., Ste. 1 Southport, NC 28461 Phone 910-754-7109

~An NC Certified Senior Center of Excellence~ Melissa Catlett, Director Jackie Knott, Assistant Director

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Superstar!

Photo by Sherry Ross

To Holly Pilson with the Cape Fear Area Agency on Aging , Ellen Cameron, and Wanda Wooten for leading our 6 session Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop. The caregivers who attended are so appreciative! To Peyton Roberts for filling in for our Technology guru, Martha Johnson, with a Photography 101 seminar. To Sherry Ross, Jackie Knott and all of our amazing volunteers who helped make our yard sale so successful! We appreciate you!

Congratulations to our very own Judy Meyer for winning 3rd place in quilting in the Brunswick County Gator Senior Games and Silver Arts She made this intricate tropical tote as her entry. She is a volunteer with our quilting and sewing groups. Way to go, Judy!

Silver Samurais Congratulations to Charles Echerd (on the left) and Rich Carlson (far right) on graduating to black belt status in our Silver Samurai class, led by Dean Sutzer (center.) Each gentleman was awarded the rank of Menkyo Okuden in the Martial Art of Iaijutsu/ Kenjutsu. We are so proud of both of these men and their hard work, and thankful to have them as part of our Southport family!

Happy Birthday to You! On May 13th, we had the privilege to deliver this lovely lady’s birthday meal. Ms. Margaret Allison celebrated her 100th birthday on May 12th. She had a glorious day surrounded by friends and family.

Southport had a very special visitor recently, a cockatiel named Mosby. He offered his counseling services at quite a discount! Mosby belongs to Bill and Martha Johnson of Southport. Martha teaches our technology classes at the Southport Center on Friday mornings at 9. He is 17 years old and likes to say, “Mosby’s a silly bird!”

Photo by Sherry Ross

The Doctor is in.

Photo by Melissa Catlett

Love Doesn’t Care. Meet Pepper and her baby, Rigby, grand dog and great-grand kitten of sewing and quilting instructor Sherry Ross. Wait– WHAT? Yes, Pepper took in the tiny stray and nursed him in the absence of his real mom. They belong to CJ and Robert Walker of Southport. Awwww!


The Brunswick Center at Supply 101 Stone Chimney Road Supply, NC 910-754-7604

Summer Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Melissa Starr, Director Casey Freed, Assistant Director

JULY 2019 - Weekly Activity Schedule EVERY MONDAY

EVERY TUESDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

EVERY THURSDAY

EVERY FRIDAY

No Symbol = No Fee (Contributions always appreciated); $ = Fee Associated ; ^ = Requires Advanced Registration; * = New Offering/Time 7:30

Living w/ Purpose*

7:30

Walking Club*

7:30

Chair Yoga*

7:30

Needlework*

7:30

Chair Yoga*

8:30

Coffee w/ Friends 8:30

Coffee w/ Friends 8:30

Coffee w/ Friends 8:30

Coffee w/ Friends 8:30

Coffee w/ Friends

9:30

Rummikub

9:30

Rummikub

9:30

Rummikub

9:30

Rummikub

9:30

Rummikub

10:00

Sew Simple

9:30

Beginners Yoga

10:30 Water Color

10:00

Oil Painting

10:00 Tai-Chi

11:00

Tai-Chi

10:00 Paper Crafting 10:00 Crochet Class

12:00PM Lunch 12:15

11:00 Zumba Gold

12:00PM Lunch

Tai-Chi/Qi-Gong 1:00 3:15

10:00 Knitting Group 11:00 Pilates

12:00PM Lunch

Recipe Swap**

12:45 Seated Tabata

Geri-Fit

1:00

12:00PM Lunch 1:00

Crafts, Crafts

Bridge

Crafts 3:15

Geri-Fit

Monthly Activity Schedule MONDAY 1

TUESDAY 2

9

Nutrition Class w/ Mallory Balice 11:30A 10

Simple Technology 1:00P

Hired Hands Band 11A

15 Supply Center 2nd Anniversary Celebration 12:30P

16

22

23

24

17

30

31

Garden Club 1P

Book Club 1P

Simple Technology 1:00P 29

Celebrate July Birthdays 12:30P

THURSDAY

DAY TRIPBowling in Shallotte 9:00A$

FRIDAY

Center Closes At Noon Regular Monthly & Semimonthly Events:

-1st & 3rd Tuesday: Garden Club 1P -1st Wednesday: Nutrition Center Closed for Center Closed for Class w/ Mallory Balice the July 4th Holiday the July 4th Holiday 11:30A -2nd & 4th Monday: Simple Technology 1P -2nd Wednesday: Hired 11 12 Hands Band 11A Movie 1P -2nd Thursday: Caregiver Support Group 2P Caregiver Support -2nd Thursday: Movie & Popcorn at the Center 1P Group 2P -3rd Wednesday: Book Club 18 19 -Last Monday: Birthday Make Your Own Celebration-Dessert Fairy Garden Following Lunch 1:00P^$25 -Last Thursday: Blood Pressure Checks by Saber Health 26 25 -Last Wednesday: Day Trip Bowling in Shallotte-9:00A Blood Pressure Checks 10A Special Events 4

3 Garden Club 1P

8

WEDNESDAY

11:00PM Lunch

5

July 15: Supply Center 2nd Anniversary Celebration 12:30P July 18: Make Your Own Fairy Garden 1:00P


The Brunswick Center at Supply 101 Stone Chimney Road Supply, NC 910-754-7604

Melissa Starr, Director Casey Freed, Assistant Director

Summer Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Supply Participants Enjoying May Events Mother’s Day Celebration

Mary Kay makeovers to pamper participants.

A special luncheon for the ladies.

Water Tour Day Trip

Chillin’ Dock Side.

Diane James & Cap’n at the helm.

Jackie Haddon and Mary Hoffmeyer are cruisin’.‘.

Bringing Kentucky Derby fun to SUPPLY!

Our crafters made lovely Derby hats... Instructor, Dean Sutzer (pictured above, right w/Pat Nash) made us laugh!

Everyone donned their best Derby Day hats for congregate dining.


The Brunswick Center at Supply 101 Stone Chimney Road Supply, NC 910-754-7604

Summer Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Melissa Starr, Director Casey Freed, Assistant Director

A special Thank You to BSRI Supply volunteers who helped to make our 2nd annual indoor yard sale a great success!

Join us at the Supply Center Tuesdays in July for “Living With Purpose,� a new morning class to help you kick-start your day in a positive way. Weekly lead course with open discussions. Class begins at 7:30A

July 2nd

July 9th

July 16th

July 23rd

July 30th

Stay Young, Stay Useful

The Quality of Kindness

Dealing With Disagreements

The Value of Mentoring

A Great Day Every Day

The Center at Supply would like to thank Senior Tar Heel delegate Audie Lowrimore for his presentation on advocacy. We appreciate his continued efforts to educate Supply program participants on the importance of advocating for seniors in North Carolina.

Happy 4th of July!

The Center will be closed the 4th and 5th in recognition of the July 4th holiday.


Town Creek Senior Site Town Creek Senior Site Mike Blandino, Manager Town Creek Community Building 6420 Ocean Hwy., Winnabow, NC Operating Hours: 9:30 am to 1:30 pm 9:30 am.-1:30 p.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays Lunch Served at noon

Activity Calendar July 2019 Subject to change

Tuesday

Thursday

2 10am Rummikub 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

4 Happy 4th of July

9 10am 11:15 12:00 12:15

11 10am Rummikub 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

Coffee & Games Yoga Lunch Meet with Sandy

Site Closed

16 10am Rummikub 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

18 10am Coffee & Games 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

23 10am Coffee & Games 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

25 10:00 Rummikub 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

30 10am Coffee & Games 11:15 Yoga 12:00 Lunch

STATE POINT MEDIA PUZZLE ANSWERS Puzzles on page 30


What’s for Lunch?

JULY

Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. Provides Nutritionally Balanced Meals for Seniors *Menus subject to change* 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday Cheeseburger Lettuce/tomato Baked beans CLOSED Potato wedges Mustard/mayo Ketchup Fruited jello Hamburger bun Milk 2%

1 Monday Tuna salad Wheat bread Tri-colored pasta salad Lettuce/tomato Ambrosia Milk 2%

2 Beef Tuesday & broccoli Brown rice Veggie egg rolls Fresh orange Soy sauce Milk 2%

8 Beef hotdog Chili Coleslaw Potato salad Hot dog bun Mustard/relish Creamy grape salad Milk 2% Juice 100%

9 Herbed tenderloin Broccoli Au Gratin White rice Fresh apple Wheat roll Milk 2 %

10 Meatballs w/ marinara sauce Whole wheat penne pasta Green salad Dressing Buttered peas Mandarin oranges Breadstick Milk 2%

11 Chicken salad Lettuce & Tomato Three bean salad Cucumber salad Fresh fruit salad Wheat bread Milk 2%

12 Honey mustard baked salmon Rice pilaf Green beans Triple berry trifle Soft roll Margarine Milk 2%

15 Hamburger steak w/gravy Mashed potatoes Okra and tomatoes Soft roll Margarine Milk 2% Juice 100%

16 Pork BBQ Coleslaw Potatoes au gratin Applesauce Hamburger bun Milk 2%

17 Stuffed chicken cordon bleu Brown rice Mixed steamed veggies Banana Soft roll Margarine Milk 2%

18 Baked ziti Italian green beans Green salad Dressing Pineapple tidbits Breadstick Milk 2%

1 Baked lemon pepper fish Mixed steamed veggies Mac and cheese Fresh orange Soft roll Margarine Milk 2%

22 Smoked sausage Peppers and onions White rice Steamed cabbage Fresh apple Hotdog bun Mustard Milk 2%

23 Chicken alfredo w/ fettuccini Steamed broccoli Green salad Fruit salad Bread stick Dressing Milk 2%

24 Country style steak Succotash Potato’s au grain Chilled pears Soft roll Margarine Milk 2%

25 Sliced glazed ham Collard greens Mashed sweet potatoes Soft roll Margarine Applesauce Milk 2%

26 Baked BBQ chicken Baked beans Potato salad Mandarin oranges Soft roll Margarine Milk 2%

29 Pinto beans Mixed greens Mashed potatoes Cornbread Cherry cobbler Milk 2%

30 Baked spaghetti Green salad w/ dressing Steamed broccoli Tropical fruit Breadstick Milk 2%

31 Chicken and rice bake Seasoned green beans Dill carrots Milk 2% Juice 100%

5

Friday

CLOSED


Travel

Pack your bags, we are going places! We are launching these trips early to give our travelers plenty of time to book in advance and take advantage of early booking discounts with Collette Tours! You can pick up a flyer for any of these trips at any of your local senior centers. Or email spowell@bsrinc to find out more information. Here are a couple of things to consider when booking yourself for upcoming travel opportunities. When you book a trip through BSRI a portion of your fees go toward BSRI’s valuable community programs, like Meals On Wheels. Traveling through BSRI includes free parking, hometown pickup, all-inclusive planned trips, and a caring staff to help direct you toward your next destination.

BSRI is partnering with a new tour group out of Savanah, Ga., called Excursions Unlimited. We have customized this trip to offer you the best of Nashville and Ashville! HIGHLIGHTS: 8 meals included, Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show, Opryland Hotel Stay, Nashville Night Lights Dinner Show, Grand Ole Opry, Tour of “Music City,” Blue Ridge Opry, Grove Park Inn Sunday Brunch, Tour of Asheville, & lots more … PRICE: $ 979 Per Person, Double Occupancy SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $300 TRAVEL PROTECTION: $75 DEPOSIT REQUIRED: $100 FINAL PAYMENT DUE: SEPTEMBER 15, 2019 Call Excursions Unlimited to hold your spot. (912) 355-0383

Departing May 19 28, 2020 Rates: Per person Double $4,049 Single $4,549 Triple $4,019 Collette Tours

Sunny Portugal Departing July 17 23, 2020 Rates: Per person Double $2,599 Single $3,199 Triple $2,569 Collette Tours

Discover South Dakota Departing Sept. 23 - October 1, 2020 Rates: Per person Double$3,399 Single $3,849 Triple $3,369 Collette Tours

Explore Tuscany

Mountains of Music, Nashville Tour! Fall, 2019, Book Now! (912) 355-0383


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