Vol. 3, Issue 45 Week of November 7, 2018
Editor: Susan Williams Community Activities Coordinator
EDITION HIGHLIGHTS: (click on event to go to that page)
To the Point…..............................2 Symbolism of 13 Folds of the Flag…………………………………………...6
TAILGATE PARTY IN THE COFFEE LOUNGE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH 2:00 PM
Everyone is invited to the Epworth Villa Tailgate Party in the Coffee Lounge on Friday, NOVEMBER 9th at 2:00 pm OCU Musicians………………………..10 as a fun way to celebrate football season. Since our University of Oklahoma fans contributed the most money Lunch Out……………..………..........11 for Alzheimer’s when we had our jar challenge in October, Comedian Jeff Love..…...............17 the Coffee Shop, will be decked out in OU Red and White!! But, the party is NOT JUST FOR OU FANS. We want everyone to wear their favorite team colors and come out for a good time with their neighbors!! There will be food and fun for all! Scam Alert..…….…........................9
YOU ARE INVITED TO EPWORTH VILLA’S VETERANS DAY PROGRAM MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH 10:30 AM GRAND BALLROOM Veterans from all branches of the military will be recognized. There will be a color guard, patriotic music, and more to thank our veterans for their contributions and sacrifices in making this country great!! http://www.epworthvilla.org/events/ Click link for past issues of Epworth Villa Happenings
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH 10:00 AM BOB MEDLEY GRAND BALLROOM It is time for all Floor and Cottage Representatives, Standing Committee Chairmen and Interest Group Appointees to attend the monthly Residents’ Council Meeting. As a reminder, please come prepared to give your report and provide a written copy to the secretary to assure that an accurate account will appear in the Council minutes. Thanks to all of you who are resident volunteers in the above mentioned positions. You make our Resident Association possible and successful.
TO THE POINT WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH 2:00 PM BOB MEDLEY GRAND BALLROOM The next To The Point meeting will be held on Wednesday, NOVEMBER 7th, at 2:00 pm in the Bob Medley Grand Ballroom. The meeting will be broadcast live on EVTV Channel 1960 and re-played that evening at 7:00 pm on EVTV Channel 1960.
GRAND-FRIENDS If you are interested in participating in Grand Friends at Quail Springs UMC, please sign up in the ‘Count Me In’ book. For more information or to find out what a grand-friend does, contact Nanci W. at 748-6554. Those interested will be going on Thursday mornings, from 10:45— 11:30 am. FOR ALL OF YOUR DINING NEEDS AND CATERING EVENTS, PLEASE CONTACT ARON GASCHE AT CELL: 620-757-0673 OR OFFICE: 405-486-1332 *All catering events must be booked by making an appointment with Aron. All catering events must be booked three business days prior to the event date. 2
MARY MARTHA CIRCLE WITH QUAIL SPRINGS UMC WILL MEET THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2018 AT 9:30 FOR REFRESHMENTS AND 10:00 FOR THE PROGRAM IN THE JOE WHITE LIVING ROOM THE PROGRAM IS “STRONG WOMEN OF THE BIBLE” IT IS ALSO WORLD OFFERING DAY….BRING YOUR BLUE BOXES FOR WHERE TWO OR THREE GATHER IN MY NAME, THERE AM I WITH THEM -MATTHEW 18:20
LOW VISION SUPPORT GROUP WILL MEET THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8th 1:00 pm OXFORD DINING ROOM GUEST WILL BE BRETT MCKEAN WITH PRECISION OPTICAL 3
Fitness on the Floors Schedule for November 2018 Friday, November 9: 2 North Friday, November 16: 3 South Friday, November 30: 3 North We will start at 10:30 am. Bring your neighbor! WRITE GROUP NEWS The Write Group will meet only once in November and that is this Friday, November 9, at 1:00 p.m. in the North Classroom— above the Coffee Lounge (an elevator is nearby.) The writing prompts are: (1) Write about a tradition you practice or have practiced that has a meaningful cultural and/or historical meaning, or (2) Write about a Halloween memory, or (3) any other subject of your choice. Visitors are always welcome. If you have any questions, please call Burrel M. (254-3846).
CARD BINGO SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH 3:00 PM BISTRO Join your fellow residents for an afternoon of companionship, laughter and just plain old fun. Bring $1.00’s worth of dimes, some of your friends and neighbors and join in the game. It’s easy to play and who knows, you might just be a winner!! What better way to spend an hour or so on a Sunday afternoon. 4
SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11th BRILL CHAPEL 9:30 AM DRESS-UP FOR GROWN-UPS
One of the games children often used to play was “dress-up"; today it has lost much of its appeal, a casualty of our digital, high-tech age. A little boy would try to wear what Dad wore, especially if some kind of special clothing or uniform was involved. A little girl would dress up like her mother, possibly using some of Mom's makeup without her permission. The parents laughed at how “grown-up” the child looked. Jacob was a grown man, not a child when he (with his mother Rebekah's help) dressed up like Esau. But this was no game for Jacob and Rebekah. The stakes were enormously high; the patriarchal blessing, associated with future prosperity and security on the line. The outcome of Jacob and Rebekah's deception of old, blind Issac was not laughter, the meaning of Issac's name. Rather it was anger, sorrow, and the eventual self-exile of Jacob. Come early to hear our own Fretta Moore bless us with her piano mastery of the hymns at 9:15am. Nancy Zumwalt will lead this lesson.
VESPERS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH 3:30 PM BRILL CHAPEL Vespers speaker will be Rev. Dwight Magnus, Epworth Villa Chaplain. Music by the Villa Voices: “Praise Medley”
VESPERS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH 3:30 PM BRILL CHAPEL Vespers speaker will be Rev. Tracy L. Wilson, Retired, Disciples of Christ Clergy. Music by the Villa Voices: “ Thanksgiving Hymn” 5
The symbolism of the 13 folds of the U.S. Flag
If you’ve attended a funeral honoring a veteran who served our country, perhaps you witnessed the folding of the flag that once covered the casket of a loved one. Each of the 13 folds of the flag holds great significance. At the ceremony of retreat, a daily observance at bases during which all personnel pay respect to the flag, “the flag is lowered, folded in a triangle fold and kept under watch throughout the night as a tribute to our nation’s honored dead. The next morning, it is brought out and, at the ceremony of reveille, run aloft as a symbol of our belief in the resurrection of the body.” 1. The first fold of our flag is a symbol of life. 2. The second fold signifies our belief in eternal life. 3. The third fold is made in honor and tribute of the veteran departing our ranks, and
who gave a portion of his or her life for the defense of our country to attain peace. 4. The fourth fold exemplifies our weaker nature as citizens trusting in God; it is to
Him we turn for His divine guidance. 5. The fifth fold is an acknowledgment to our country, for in the words of Stephen
Decatur, “Our country, in dealing with other countries, may she always be right, but it is still our country, right or wrong.” 6. The sixth fold is for where our hearts lie. It is with our heart that we pledge
allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 6
7. The seventh fold is a tribute to our armed forces, for it is through the armed forces that we protect our country and our flag against all enemies. 8. The eighth fold is a tribute to the one who entered into the valley of the shadow of death, that we might see the light of day, and to honor our mother, for whom it flies on Motherâ€™s Day. 9. The ninth fold is an honor to womanhood, for it has been through their faith, love, loyalty, and devotion that the character of the men and women who have made this country great have been molded. 10. The 10th fold is a tribute to father, for he, too, has given his sons and daughters for the defense of our country since he or she was first-born. 11. The 11th fold, in the eyes of Hebrew citizens, represents the lower portion of the seal of King David and King Solomon and glorifies, in their eyes, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. 12. The 12th fold, in the eyes of a Christian citizen, represents an emblem of eternity and glorifies, in their eyes, God the Father, the Son, and Holy Ghost. 13.The last fold, when the flag is completely folded, the stars are uppermost, reminding us of our national motto, â€œIn God We Trust.â€? Reprinted from the Official Blog of American Legion Auxiliary National Headquarters. June 16, 2017.
INQUIRING MINDS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH WELLNESS CLASSROOM 7:14 PM THE STORY OF IRELAND Mona Mae Waymire, Moderator The series aims to explore Irish history using the historical facts and evidence while charting the origin and impact of the numerous myths that have been passed off as history in the past. Key to this approach is relating developments in Ireland to events and changes in Europe and the world at large as the centuries progress. Episode Two: The Age of Conquest As the English set foot in Ireland, there begins 800 years of British rule. This episode examines the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland and the huge upheavals and changes taking place across Europe at the time. HOLIDAY GIFT FUND CAMPAIGN IS UNDERWAY 100% Participation!! When we reach that goal, there will be a celebration! It’s NOT so much about the amounts. It’s that everyone gives, that’s what counts. If you’ve already given, THANK YOU. If you haven’t, like Russell, we ask “Why Not?” Our staff work hard day after day. The Holiday Gift Fund gives us a chance to say “We appreciate all you do for us.” So everyone jump on the generosity bus today!! You may put your checks in a sealed envelope marked ’Holiday Gift Fund’ and place it in house mailbox # 326. Jimette M, Chair, Holiday Gift Committee HAVE YOU HAD YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKED RECENTLY? Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries that carry blood from your heart to other parts of your body. Epworth at Home hosts a monthly blood pressure clinic at Epworth Villa. THE NOVEMBER BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC WILL BE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH 9:30 - 10:30 AM COFFEE LOUNGE 8
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PROTECTING YOURSELF AGAINST SCAM CALLS!! What happens when a call comes in and you do not know if it is a scam or not. Here are a few ways for you to tell.
If a person calls you and says you have been specifically
chosen for what is being offered.
If they say you won big money in a foreign lottery, asking you for your trust in them.
Extra charges begin appearing on your credit card at the time of the offer and afterwards, or having great deals that do not seem realistic. When any of these things happen, ask the following questions:
First ask, who is calling?
Another question to ask is, if it is free why are they asking me to pay?
When asking me to pay why is the caller in such a big hurry to do it right then? Some tips after thinking those questions:
Search online for the company that they are a part of to see if it is a real company.
Talk to someone and see if they think it is a scam also.
If you think they are trying to scam you they may likely be so spotting them is key.
Be skeptical if there is a free trial.
Do not pay them right then and there. For more information you can go to consumer.ftc.gov. If you spot a scammer go to ftc.gov/complaint or call 1-877-382-4375
CAFÉ TACO SPECIAL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH The Café will offer a crispy taco buffet that will include refried bean, Spanish rice and appropriate condiments for $5.00 (special includes two each crispy beef tacos and sides). 9
EQUAL EXCHANGE COFFEE, TEA, AND CHOCOLATE SALES MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th OUTSIDE BISTRO 11:00—1:30 pm Monday, November 12th is the next time the Fair Trade tables will be set up with their usual assortment of delicious items. These are perfect gifts for everyone as they have such a large variety of coffees, teas, and chocolate bars. Whether you are looking for something special for someone else or a treat for yourself, they have you covered! Sales are held from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm outside the Bistro. Thanks to your support, the Men’s Group from Quail Springs UMC has been able to help many mission areas and charities. If you need anything between sales, please don’t hesitate to call Dave (443-7302) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. He will be glad to drop your order at the front desk.
OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY MARIMBA MUSICIANS TO PERFORM MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH 2:00 PM BRILL CHAPEL Composer and percussionist Chris Prather graduated with his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Central Oklahoma where he studied composition with Dr. Samuel Magrill. Chris has recently had his one-act opera “Nicer When You Smile”, inspired by the me too movement, premiered by the Oklahoma chapter of Opera on Tap. Chris is currently attending Oklahoma City University to pursue a Master’s degree in Music Composition. Cameron Duncan is a junior percussion performance and composition student from Piedmont, Oklahoma. He is also active as a teacher, performer, and arranger. Jackie Partida is a second year graduate student from Houston, Texas studying percussion performance and music composition. Emma Roper is a junior percussion performance major, and studying to get an undergraduate certificate in non-profit arts leadership. She currently holds the position of Gigs Performance Manager of the Wanda L. Bass school of Music. Blake Moore is from Oklahoma City, OK, and currently working on a Bachelor’s Degree in Music and Psychology. Stephanie Krichena is from Washington, Oklahoma and currently a junior percussion performance and instrumental music education double major. 10
LUNCH OUT @ HOPDODDY BURGER BAR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH LEAVE @ 11:30 AM Let’s jump on the bus and head to lunch out at the newest restaurant in Chisholm Creek, Hopdoddy Burger Bar. The menu pictures and burger descriptions look delicious and will absolutely leave your mouth watering! Check it out at https://www.hopdoddy.com/menu/. So come on and go with us by signing up in the ‘Count Me In’ book at the desk by Noon Monday, November 12th. Cost is $3.00 for transportation and residents pay for their own lunch. WOMEN’S COFFEE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th REDBUD ROOM COFFEE, 10:00 A.M., PROGRAM 10:30 A.M. MEN ARE INVITED TO ATTEND! “Hunger in the Schools” seems to be a surprising topic for our metro area. However, it is a real fact! Speaker Lisa Chastain has run the food pantry in Summit Middle School (just down the street from Epworth Villa) for 7 years. Believe it or not, Edmond does have a poverty problem and there are children going home from school hungry. Lisa explains, “We pack a bag each week for these kids to have food to get them through the weekend, so that they will be able to focus on academics on Monday instead of their hunger pangs. Last year, I started a food pantry at Santa Fe High School as about 100 of our kids who graduate out of middle school were being sent off to high school just as hungry but with no food help.” Lisa’s mission is to make sure these kids know the world does believe in them and that they won’t be hungry on her watch!
From now until the morning of our coffee on November 14th, we will be collecting items for Lisa and her food pantries. Please see the next page for the items that they can use for the backpacks. If you would like to contribute, there will be a box located is the area across from the Redbud for you to put items in. Items collected will also help out over the Thanksgiving holiday break when kids are home for several days. 11
SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL FOOD PANTRY NEEDS OUR HELP
NO EXPIRED FOOD PLEASE!!!!! 12
EPWORTH VILLA BOOK CLUB WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH 1:30 PM JOE WHITE LIVING ROOM Everyone is welcome to join us for book club. Just bring a book that you have either read or are in the process of reading. Those in attendance will share with everyone a little about the book and why they enjoyed reading it. So come join the fun! Hope to see you there.
JUNE CARTER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH 2:00 PM WOODWORTH ROOM
REMINDER: IT’S TIME TO TURN IN YOUR OCTOBER VOLUNTEER HOURS. Please have them in BY NOVEMBER 15th. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR SHEET!! Please return to the WHITE BOX at the RECEPTION DESK Marked Susan’s Box or Take them to Susan’s Office. THANKSGIVING MEAL AT EPWORTH VILLA As we prepare for this holiday meal, dining services wants to hear from you, what are your plans and where are your guests dining? If you and/or your family plan to dine with us on Thanksgiving, please complete the reservation form as soon as possible and return to the front desk. Meal will be served Thursday, November 22nd In the Grand Ballroom Open Seating will be from 11:00am to 1:30pm 15
**TOWN HALL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH UM CHURCH OF THE SERVANT BUS LEAVES @ 10:00 AM RETURN AROUND NOON **YOU MUST SIGN UP IN THE ‘COUNT ME IN’ BOOK (under the tab for theater) TO RIDE THE BUS.
WAYNE DICKINSON “THE SINGING COWBOY” THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH 2:00 PM JOE WHITE LIVING ROOM
RSVP VOLUNTEER DAY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH
CANCELLED VISUAL ARTS & CRAFTS AT EPWORTH ART CORNER (Second Floor above the Library) We are very fortunate to have the space for all to participate in needle work, crafts and arts of all mediums (oil, acrylics, water, etc.). We gather together as a group on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00 pm and on Fridays at 10:00 am. If you would like to learn to do anything listed above, please let us know. There are plenty of residents who would love to help you learn! For more information or questions, please contact Phyllis B. 16
COMEDIAN JEFF LOVE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH 2:30 PM GRAND BALLROOM Jeff Love casually attended LSU, Furman and North Texas for sports management and music and became a night club owner. Jeff sold out and began his comedy career at thirty seven years old as a beginner at open mic nights in comedy clubs throughout Dallas and Atlanta. Jeff said it was the worst five minutes of his life, three times a week. He survived open mic night and began working as an opening act; that's the person who sleeps on the couch, in the living room, at the comedy condo and gets paid the least. Jeff was an opening act for five years. Jeff became a feature and eventually a headliner. Before Jeff Love was a comedian, he worked as an Activities Director for an active senior community. When Love left his warm, fuzzy job, for his first comedy tour, the residents made him promise to do senior shows also. Now that Love is a senior citizen himself, he performs 200 senior dates a year. Since 1990, Jeff has performed a G-rated comedy show called â€œLaughter IS The Best Medicineâ€?, written especially for an active retirement community.
CLASSICAL GUITARIST MATTHEW DENMAN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH 2:00 PM BRILL CHAPEL Oklahoma City University Guitar instructor, composer and education director of the Guitar Foundation of America, Matthew Denman will be here to entertain us with his classical guitar playing.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th 3:00 PM SOUTH CLASSROOM HearingLife will be at Epworth Villa in the South Classroom, to help with your hearing aid needs. No appointment or sign up is necessary, just SHOW UP if you need help with your hearing aid. http://www.hearinglife.com/
GARY JOHNSON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST 3:00 PM JOE WHITE LIVING ROOM
INFANT CRISIS SERVICES COLLECTION NOVEMBER 21ST THROUGH NOVEMBER 25TH Once again this year residents of Epworth Villa have an opportunity to truly make a difference in the lives of infants and toddlers and their families. There will be a donation box across from the entrance to the Redbud from Wednesday, November 21st through Sunday, November 25th for you to place your items. So as you are doing a bit of shopping, donâ€™t forget about the children from birth to four years that ICS services. Everything is needed from bottles to bibs, clothing, cuddly toys, teething rings, sippy cups, and socks. Infant Crisis will also take monetary donations; place your check made out to Infant Crisis Services, in a sealed envelope and put it in the in-house box for 10B. If you have any questions, you may call Mickie D. at 753-9846.
DO YOU HAVE HEARING ISSUES? If you find it hard to hear other people’s conversations and they don’t know that you have problems, we have a solution that might help you and them. We recently acquired stickers of an ear as shown to the left that an easily be added to your name tag. If you would like others to know that you have hearing issues and that they need to speak louder to you, go by Elizabeth Newell’s office to get one for your tag.
‘Tis the season to go shopping! It seems we are getting a lot of packages for the holidays early this year and they can pile up quickly. If you receive a package, it would be most appreciated if you retrieve it as soon as you can.’ Thank you so much, Michele Miruski, Front Desk Receptionist
POSSIBLE UPCOMING MUSIC EVENTS The following listed events are things I am considering for residents to attend as a group and to offer transportation. This will ONLY happen IF we have at least 10 residents wanting to go to an event BY the deadline on the sign up sheet. Please keep in mind that some of these events listed have a ticket cost and some don’t. For those requiring tickets, once the tickets are purchased, residents will be charged whether they attend or not unless they can find someone to take their ticket. Sign up in the ‘Count Me In’ book behind the Theater tab as soon as possible for any or all that you are interested in attending. Vocal Sounds of Oklahoma Christmas Show — Saturday, December 8th @ 4:00 pm— Tickets $8.00 @ Western Heights High School. *Kemp Concert Series — Sunday, December 16th @ 7:00 pm — Handel’s Messiah Saturday, January 19th @ 7:00 pm — Westminster Choir *The Kemp Concerts are held at the First Presbyterian Church of Oklahoma City & are FREE admission Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles presents the Best of Abbey Road Live — Saturday, April 27th @ 2:00 pm — Tickets $35 to $76 each 19
SATURDAY MATINEE MOVIE (Shown in the 2nd Floor Theater) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH MATINEE @ 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2018
OCEANâ€™S 8 Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway Sisters are doing it for themselves in this breezy comic caper. Ex-con Debbie Ocean plots a spectacular diamond heist, gathering an all-woman crew. A complicated scheme with many moving parts, the story is a lively, suspenseful blast. RATINGS: PG-13 RUN TIME 1hr 50min
EVTV MOVIE WILL BE SHOWN On EVTV Channel 1960 SAT. 7:00 PM AND WED. 8:00 PM SAT., NOVEMBER 10TH AND WED., NOVEMBER 14TH
SCENT OF A WOMAN Frank is a retired Lt. Col. in the US army. He's blind and impossible to get along with. Charlie is at school and is looking forward to going to college. To help pay for a trip home for Christmas, he agrees to look after Frank over Thanksgiving. Frank's niece says this will be easy money, but she didn't reckon on Frank spending his Thanksgiving in New York. 20
EPWORTH VILLA HAPPENINGS IN PICTURES QSUMC KIDS CAME TO SING & TRICK OR TREAT
HALLOWEEN IN THE SALON
RESIDENTS MODEL THEIR HALLOWEEN BEST
NOVEMBER BIRTHDAY PARTY
Epworth Villa Weekly Activities Week of November 7 through November 14, 2018 Wednesday November 7
8:30 a.m. 9:00 9:45 Leave @ 10:00 10:00 1:00 p.m. 2:00 7:00 pm 8:00
Thursday November 8
9:00 a.m. 10:00 Leave @ 10:35 10:45 1:00 p.m. 1:00 1:30 3:30 Leave @ 6:30 7:00
Friday November 9
9:00 a.m. 9:30 10:00 Leave @ 10:00 10:30 1:00 p.m.
2:00 Saturday November 10
9:00 a.m. 10:00 10:45 2:00 p.m. 7:00
Catholic Communion – BRILL CHAPEL Flex and Stretch – Wellness Center Limber Up – Wellness Studio Grocery Shopping – Homeland/Uptown Grocery Residents’ Council – Grand Ballroom Tai Chi – Wellness Classroom To the Point Meeting– Grand Ballroom To the Point (REPLAY) – EVTV Channel 1960) Movie – EVTV Channel 1960, Replay Water Aerobics – Pool CEO Coffee – Coffee Lounge Grand-Friends @ QSUMC Chair Yoga – Wellness Classroom Art & Needlework Group – Art Corner Vision Support Group – Oxford Balance & Fall Prevention – Wellness Classroom Vespers Service – Brill Chapel OKC Symphonic Band Concert Vespers Service Replay – Channel 1960 Flex and Stretch – Wellness Center Line Dancing – Wellness Studio Art & Needlework Group – Art Corner Shopping – Walmart Fitness on The Floor –2 North Write Group – North Classroom Bedlam Tailgate Party – Coffee Lounge
Tai Chi w/Kathy Plummer – Wellness Studio Flex and Stretch - Wellness Center Chair Yoga – Wellness Center Matinee Movie in the Theater Movie Night – EVTV Channel 1960 22
Monday November 12
9:00 a.m. 9:30 9:45 10:30 11:00 – 1:30 2:00 p.m. 7:14
Tuesday November 13
9:00 a.m. 9:30 9:30 – 10:30 10:45 Leave @ 11:30 1:00 p.m. 1:30
Wednesday November 14
8:30 a.m. 9:00 9:45 Gathering 10:00/ Program 10:30 Leave @ 10:00 1:00 p.m. 1:30 2:00 8:00
Flex and Stretch – Wellness Center Line Dancing – Wellness Studio Limber Up – Wellness Studio VETERANS DAY PROGRAM – GRAND BALLROOM Coffee/Tea/Chocolate Sales – Outside Bistro OCU Musicians – Brill Chapel Inquiring Minds – Wellness Classroom Water Aerobics - Pool Golden Swans – Wellness Studio EAH Blood Pressure Checks – Coffee Lounge Chair Yoga – Wellness Classroom Lunch Out @ Hopdoddy Burgers Art & Needlework Groups – Art Corner Balance & Fall Prevention – Wellness Classroom Catholic Communion – BRILL CHAPEL Flex and Stretch – Wellness Center Limber Up – Wellness Studio Women’s Coffee -- Redbud Grocery Shopping – Walmart/Natural Grocers/Braum’s Tai Chi – Wellness Classroom Epworth Book Club – Joe White Living Room June Carter-Woodworth Room Movie – EVTV Channel 1960, Replay
Business Hours for Services Available at Epworth Villa M–F
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Mercy Clinic is Open
M, W, F
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
BancFirst is Open
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Market is Open
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Thrifty Pharmacy is Open
DINING HOURS M – Sat.
7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
M, F & Sat.
11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
T, W, TH
11:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd Sun.
11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
T – TH
4:45 -- 7:00 p.m.
4th Sun. of Month
11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
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