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THE WHISTLESTOP

DECEMBER 2016 ISSUE

You are invited to help us commemorate FiftyForward Madison Station’s Big 2-0 at our special Tasty Tuesday event, “20 Years of Christmas: A Celebration of Madison Station’s 20th Anniversary” on Tuesday, December 20th at 11:30 am. Tickets ar e FREE to this event thanks to our sponsor Life Care Center of Old Hickory Village and can be picked up at the front desk. Lunch that day will be honey-pineapple glazed ham, creamy sweet potatoes, southern-style green beans, Sister Schubert rolls, and 20th anniversary sheet cake. In addition to having your taste buds tickled, you’ll see some see some blasts from the past in the 20th Anniversary Slideshow and hear the wonderful sounds of the Silver Notes Band as they play Christmas tunes. Everyone who attends will receive a gift and we’ll also have our new 20th anniversary T-shirts (see back page) available for purchase.

We say, “The more the merrier,” to make our FREE Christmas Bazaar merry and bright, so bring a friend along on Tuesday, December 6 fr om 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Look no farther, your holiday treats can be found here with pies, cakes, cookies and other tasty goodies available for purchase either for you or for great gifts! Please note that we encourage donations of homemade pies, cakes, breads, and cookies (packaged by the 1/2 dozen). Professional gift wrapping will be on hand for a donation from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm— wrapping paper and supplies are provided. A live band will perform holiday music, so dancing is encouraged. To further help get us all in the holiday spirit, refreshments will be available and door prizes will be handed out on the hour. A beautiful handmade Christmas wreath by Denise Hamer, so much coveted at November’s Flea Market, will be a door prize too! Wear your ugly or tacky Christmas sweater for the chance at a prize—a photo booth will be on hand to catch the fun! Christmas entertainment schedule: 10:00 am Star t things off with the car oling Chor alier s! 11:00 am Ugliest Chr istmas Sweater Par ade, Voting and Photo Booth 12:00-2:00 pm Geno and the Chr istmas Band per for m Holiday Music to Dance to!

Our Mission FiftyForward supports, champions and enhances life for those 50 and older. 301 Madison St. Madison, TN 37115

(615) 860-7180

www.fiftyforward.org


December and January Closings Please make note that the Center will be CLOSED on Friday, December 23, Monday, December 26, and Tuesday, December 27 for the Christmas Holidays and Monday, January 2 for New Year’s Day. All those who baked for the November Flea Market;

Holiday Shopping Safety Presentation

Life Care Center of Old Hickory and Chef Wilton for providing the meal at Tasty Tuesday;

Thursday, December 1

Windlands East, Life Care, and all those who baked for the Christmas Bazaar; Anne McKinney, Marilyn Tidwell and Marsha Cummings for volunteering as the Viva la Diva Madison team; Don and Arunee Tanner and family for donating the “Gifts of Kwanzaa” zebras; The Choraliers and Silver Notes for helping to make Christmas bright around the center with their performances; All those who donated boxes for the wrapping at the Christmas Bazaar;

and to all our amazing volunteers: we couldn’t run this place without your care, ideas and hard work!

Center Hours Monday-Thursday 8:00am-4:30 pm Friday 8:00 am-3:30 pm

The Holiday Season is upon us! With all the hustle and bustle, it’s not uncommon to let our guards down as we embrace the holiday spirit! Come see the Victory Over Crime team on December 1 at 10:30 am to hear tips and tricks for staying safe during the most wonderful time of the year! Plus they will be playing St. Nick and handing out candy! Sign up in the Free Event Binder.

Save the Date: Post-Holiday Wellness Retreat Tuesday, January 31st What happens after all the holiday goodies have been consumed? Together we can start the New Year on the right foot—the right foot of wellness—at Madison Station’s 3rd Annual PostHoliday Wellness Retreat! Let us help you back on the road to a healthier post-holiday lifestyle with informative presentations and fitness activities on Tuesday, January 31st from 10:00 am until 2:30 pm. More detailed information will be available in the January issue of the newsletter. Until then, WE NEED YOUR INPUT! Dietician Caroline Pullen, MS, RD, LDN, Nutrition Manager at Second Harvest Food Bank, will be speaking at our Post-Holiday Wellness Retreat. What kinds of topics would you like to hear her speak about? Do you have sugar, diet, or balanced eating questions? Whatever your concerns are, let us know by turning in your ideas to the front desk so Ms. Pullen can tailor her presentation to what YOU want to know! There will also be a Q & A time during her presentation on January 31st.

Construction Update Well, sorry folks but yet again our renovation start date has been pushed back. There is so much construction taking place in Nashville that it will take longer than anticipated for our permits to get approved. Our new projected start date is January 3, 2017. Prior to that, we will be moving the front office into the conference room. Please note that when this happens, it will be VITAL that you stop by the “Chamber Hallway” to check in with your membership and Silver Sneakers card (if applicable). This is how our center gets revenue so please do not forget! If you haven’t seen the new plans for the center, they are located in the front office area. We have already received many positive reviews and are excited to bring FiftyForward Madison Station a modern new look! 301 Madison St. Madison, TN 37115

(615) 860-7180

www.fiftyforward.org


Unless otherwise indicated, classes are included with membership. Visitors add $5.00.

 Line Dance led by Faye Redden; 9:30 am  SilverSneakers® Circuit - Kathleen Phillips -12:30; Increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance with a standing workout.  SilverSneakers® Stress Reduction & Restorative Breathing led by Kathleen Phillips. 2:00 pm; Focuses on reducing stress & breathing techniques  Yoga taught by Stephen North, Jr.; 2:00 and 6:00 pm; $5 per class for members  Ballroom Dancing taught by Kathleen Phillips; 5:00 pm; $8 per person; no partner required; 6-week class ends December 19  Personal Training with Michael Neel; 4:30-6:00pm $15/30 min; $25/hour; Inquire at front desk  SilverSneakers® Classic led by Kathleen Phillips; 10:00 am; Uses hand-held weights, tubes, balls, and chairs; tailored for seniors  Tai-Chi taught by Larry Lee; 9:00 am & 6:30 pm; $3.00 a class; Improves balance, flexibility and overall health.  SilverSneakers® Yoga Stretch led by Kathleen Phillips; 10:00 am; Moves your whole body through a series of seated & standing yoga poses.  SilverSneakers® Classic taught by Kathleen Phillips; 12:30 pm  Yoga with Stephen North, Jr.; 2:00 pm; $5 a class  SilverSneakers® Classic led by Kathleen Phillips; 12:30 pm  Gentle Yoga with Kathleen; 1:45 pm; $2 a class  Yoga with Stephen North, Jr.; 6:00 pm; $5 a class  Qigong, a Chinese moving meditation practiced for exercise, relaxation & preventative medicine; 10:00 am; taught by Cyndi Clark.  SilverSneakers® Classic taught by Lisa Elkin; 12:30pm Center  Yoga with Stephen North, Jr.; 2:00 pm; $5 a class

Fitness Hours

Monday -Thursday 7:00am - 6:00 pm Friday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

 Yoga with Stephen North, Jr.; 11:00 am; $5 a class

Benefit Checkup Are you eligible for SNAP & other benefits? To find out, call the Community Food Advocates hotline: (615) 385 - 2286, ext: 230. Blood Pressure Checks 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 10:30 -11:30 a.m. Provided by Shirley Brown and Delores Jordan. Blood Pressure and Glucose Checks Signature Healthcare of Madison on the 4th Tuesdays of the month, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Certified Personal Trainer Lisa Elkin Available for sessions during the day. Call her at 615-9262708 to schedule. $25/session. City Road United Methodist Track The track is open for members’ use Mon - Fri from 8:00 - 5:00. Go by the front desk, show your FiftyForward scan card and get the pass code to get in. The track is on the second level. Dementia Support Group Kathy Johnson-Warner of Senior Helpers will help you get the support you need when dealing with your loved ones with dementia. Meets the 1st Thursday of the month at 10:00 a.m. Depression and Bipolar Support Group If you suffer from Depression, Bipolar Disorder, other mood and emotional disorders or are a caregiver for those who suffer, join the DBSA group on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m.


*African Drumming and Dance – Offered free of charge by The Village Church! Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. in the Party Room. Free Legal Aid: Provided by Beck & Beck Law Office Meet with an attorney on the 3rd Wednesdays starting at 9 a.m. in 15 minute sessions. See the front desk to make an appointment. Rent our Building! - Rent our Social Room on Saturdays. Cost is $100 per hour, includes all tables and chairs. Members receive a 25% discount! Notary Services - Julie Reeves, Notary. Donation to the center requested. Monday through Thursday, 9:00 - 4:00, Fridays 9:00 - 3:00. Open Computer Lab Our computer lab is open for your daily use! *NOTE: Lab is closed during legal aid. Tech Up - Sign up at the front desk for one-on-one instruction on social media, laptops & smartphones by Experimac. Every Friday (except Nov. 25) in half hour increments starting at 10:00 a.m. Transportation - To/From Center on Tues. & Thurs. $2/within 3 miles of center, $3/within 4 miles. Ask for application at front desk.

*Art Club - Meets on Thursdays any time between 9:00 and 1:00 in the Open Art Room to create and pursue arts and crafts. *Bingo - Most first Mondays and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 1:00 p.m. Join us for a chance to win prizes! *Crochet for Beginners/Crochet Club – Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m. Led by Paulette Spalding. Bring an “H” needle and yarn and Paulette will be happy to show you the basics of crochet.

Color Club On 3rd Thursdays!

Framing – Learn the art of framing your own projects, including matte board, glass & moulding! $15 for 3 hours. See Mel Cooper to make an appointment.

The 3rd Thursday of the month for the Art Club is now designated “Color *Knitting Club – Thursdays at noon. Don’t Club” day! Bring know how? Someone will show you! Just your own supplies bring your knitting needles and some yarn. or use ours and enjoy a morning of Laughs & Crafts with Sara Jo – Each ‘zen’, relaxing as second Thursday 9-11 am have fun socializyou color your cares ing while making crafts. See the front desk away! Drop in anytime between for examples of each craft. $2 per class. Meets 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. December 8. Example of craft on front desk.

*Loose Caboose Players - Calling all Actors! Rehearsals are Tuesdays 10 a.m. This is a Reader’s Theater so you don’t have to worry about memorizing lines. Facilitated by Kelsey Mahaffey. Note: Will only meet December 6 this month! *Quilting Club – Mondays from 11-2 p.m. Bring your materials and quilt away! Have a question? Someone in the Club will be glad to help. Guitar Lessons – By appointment with Vern Pilder. $15/45 min. Inquire at the front desk. *Karaoke – ‘D. J.’ Dottie Dillard leads the 2nd Thursday of each month at 12:30 p.m. Come sing your favorite song or just listen. Door prizes! Join them for Christmas Karaoke December 8. *Open Music Jam – Every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. in Classroom #2.

Free Wi-Fi We are happy to provide FREE Wi-Fi here at the center. See front desk for password.

Piano & Voice Lessons – Fridays at 10 a.m. Taught by Geno Haffner. $15/30 minutes. Call Geno at 310-4579 to schedule. *Silver Notes Band – Kim Yearwood leads this 16+ big band on Wednesday at 2 p.m. They perform all over Nashville. Did you play an instrument in high school? Join them. * asterisk denotes free event


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9:30 Music for Seniors Trip 10:00 Grief Support 5:00 Ballroom Dance

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Please join us as we commemorate FiftyForward Madison Station’s 20th Anniversary. Tickets are FREE to this event thanks to our sponsor Life Care Center of Old Hickory Village and can be picked up at the front desk or RSVP by calling 615-860-7180. We’ll enjoy a delicious lunch, including a 20th anniversary sheet cake, see a 20th Anniversary Slideshow, play games and hear the wonderful sounds of the Silver Notes Band as they play Christmas tunes.


Bible Conversation – Bible meets every Wednesday at 10 a.m. Book Club – Normally meets the 4th Monday of the month at 1:00 pm; however, there will be no Book Club in December. See the January newsletter for January’s selection. Bunco - Come play Bunco on the second Wednesday of every month at 12:30 p.m. We need at least 4 to play this easy dice game. Free prizes for those who win the most and Bunco. Film Club – At 12:30 p.m. on most second and fourth Fridays. Due to the holidays, we will only have a film on December 9, the 1951 version of “A Christmas Carol.” Let Sam know your future movie suggestions. Gadabouts - Plans unique trips. Meets quarterly on the first Wednesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. Must be present at meeting to sign up for trips before T3 Genealogy Club – Meets the 1st Thursday at 10:00 a.m. This month, we’ll discuss DNA testing: What is it? What will it tell you? Have can you have it done? Inglewood & Friends – Meets 3rd Tuesday of each month at 1 p.m. Plans monthly trips. Must be present at meeting to sign up for trips before T3 Madison Travelers – Meets 1st Wednesday of each month at 12 p.m. Plans monthly trips for evenings and weekends. In order to sign up for trips before T3, you must be present at the meeting. Mexican Train Dominoes – 12:30 p.m. every Wednesday. Come learn how to play this fun game. Bring a set of dominoes if you have them. Pop-Up Club – Sign up at the front desk to be made aware of last minute deals on trips & entertainment, known as “pop-ups” as they are available. Red Hat Society – 2nd Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m. $24 yearly dues. Join these ladies for lunch in red and purple gear! Linda Kent, Queen. Monday, December 12 they go to the home of Jerry Smith’s home for their Christmas Party.

Suggestions Welcome! Please see the suggestion box in the front hallway and our Advisory Council will review.

Reminisce – Meets 1st Tuesday at 1p.m. Go back in time with Nancy McDougal. Door prizes! Second Sight - Get together with other visually impaired members of the community. Meets 2nd & 4th Mondays at 9:00 a.m. Wisdom Writers Club - Join others in Life Story Writing. Will not meet in December other than the Christmas Party at Day’s House on Dec. 9

Wellness Resources are continued here from the Exercise Class page. Fitness Center Equipment - Ask at the front desk. Staff will be happy to answer questions & demonstrate how to use the machines. Grief Support Group Every first and third Monday at 10:00 a.m. a free support group for those dealing with the stages of grief. Meet with others who are journeying through the same processes in a safe and confidential environment. Facilitated by Adam Waltenbaugh, Masters in Counseling, Vanderbilt. Living at Home Services Providing referrals to help seniors remain at home as long as possible. Call Emily at 615-860-7180. Medicare CounselingFor help with your Medicare questions, call 1-877-801-0044, email tn.ship@tn.gov, or visit tnmedicarehelp.com. Metro Nutrition Program Lunch for seniors over 60. Must apply with Metro first. Mon-Fri, 11:30 am. 48 hour reservation required. Also serving Meals on Wheels. Contact Felicia Whitaker at 615-860-7180. Donations requested. Reiki Sessions Reiki Master Cyndi Clark offers Reiki sessions (Japanese hands-on healing) on Fridays beginning at 11:00 am for $15/15 min; $25/30 min. Appointments can be made at the front desk. Therapeutic Massage Sue Truitt provides massages at her home, which is close to the Center. Call her at 615-868-7032 or 615-5193788 to schedule. Walk Our Parking Lot - It’s the perfect time of year to get outside and walk! Four times around our parking lot (on the outside edge) equals one mile!


Trips are posted on the 3rd Thursday of the month. Payment is DUE at sign-up. If the trip is full, put your name on the waiting list.

The Night of The Child Discover the awe of more than 130 nativity scenes at the “Night of the Child” exhibit at the Upper Room Christian Art Museum. These manger scenes reflect the interpretations of over 40 different cultures from all across the globe. Admission into the museum is free, however, there is a suggested donation of $4.00. Afterward, lunch at Ron’s requested restaurant, Cori’s Dog House, for sandwiches, sausages, chili, and of course, hot dog fare. Monday, December 5 - 9:30 am - $6 + Lunch Madison Travelers Take In “A Totally Awesome Christmas” Join Madison Travelers at the beloved Gaslight Dinner Theatre in Dickson as they take in the play “A Totally Awesome Christmas Carol!” The theatre describes the comedy as follows: From the author of Christmas Seasonings I & II comes the funniest Christmas Carol ever! It’s December 1985, a totally bodacious year. All Tom Humble wants for Christmas is to buy his son, Puny Paul, a Rubik’s Cube. However, his boss, Zebadiah Schmooze, who is grody to the max, refuses to celebrate the holidays. As Christmas Eve looms near, will Tom find a way to make his boss realize the awesomeness of Christmas? Laugh out loud this holiday season with this hilarious version of the Dicken’s Christmas Carol classic. Enjoy a marvelous lunch at the theater before the show. The menu will include turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, dressing, green beans, rolls, cranberry sauce, salad, pumpkin pie, and apple cobbler. Sat, Dec. 10 - 10:30 am - $40 includes Lunch Franklin Theatre Gifts Seniors Private Screening for Christmas Join us as we travel to the historic Franklin Theatre to view a spectacular showing of White Christmas. We’ve been told that it is downright “magical seeing this movie at the Franklin Theatre!” White Christmas is a 1954 American musical starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen. It features the songs of Irving Berlin, including the title song, "White Christmas", introduced by Crosby in the film Holiday Inn. As the story is told, a successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general. Beforehand, let’s stop at Cracker Barrel for brunch. Monday, December 12 - 11:45 am - $9 + Brunch 301 Madison St. Madison, TN 37115

(615) 860-7180

Inglewood and Friend’s Annual Christmas Party Celebrate the season in the cheer-filled fashion of Inglewood and Friends’ annual tradition. Visit the elegantly decorated venue, The Rawlings, for a sumptuous feast of Garden Salad, Grilled Chicken, Cornbread Dressing, Green Beans, Pineapple-glazed Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallows, Rolls, Coffee, Iced Tea and Yellow Rum Cake with Ice Cream. Once you are as stuffed, play White Elephant, an exchange of anonymous, wrapped gifts. Please bring a gift valued at $5.00 if you would like to participate in the gift exchange. Tues., December 13 - 11:30 am - $29 includes Lunch Ron’s Christmas Light Spectacular Ron has planned a fabulous Christmas excursion for you this year! He has even suggested the restaurant for the evening where we will begin our journey! Dine at City Café, a yummy meat and three in Brentwood, for dinner. Then, let him escort you on a leisurely Christmas light tour through the fabulous displays and homes of the Brentwood area. Friday, December 16th - 4:00 pm - $7 + Dinner Music for Seniors Goes Holiday Ride to The Frist Center for a holiday-inspired Music for Seniors program. First, hearken unto the sounds of the Nashville in Harmony choir. Follow it up with a Christmas carol sing-a-long led by the exuberant leading lady, Sarah Martin McConnell. If you would like to look around the galleries, in order to get free entrance, please bring a donation of canned good items to benefit Second Harvest. Afterward, partake of the soup, salad and sandwich lunch offerings at the Frist Center Café where you will receive 15% off in honor of Senior Monday. Enjoy the displays and exhibits before returning. Monday, December 19 – 9:30 am - $6 + Lunch ***JUST ADDED*** ShinnDig Celebration! Let the George Shinn Foundation treat you to lunch, entertainment and door prizes at the their annual senior Christmas party, The ShinnDig, at Lipscomb Allen Arena! The entertainment will include a stellar lineup of Jeannie Seely, Bill Anderson, Sylvia Hutton, Charlie McCoy and Paul Alan Coons. This year, we have been guaranteed seats on the floor at the banquet tables. However, we only have 19 tickets available. ***Please note that this is the same day as the Tasty Tuesday “20 years of Christmas” Celebration! Tues, December 20 - 10:15 a.m. $6 includes Lunch


Gift Wrapping at Knowles December 1 RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) will again host and sponsor a "Volunteer Gift Wrapping" event on Thursday, December 1st at the FF Knowles Center from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. RSVP will supply gifts, wr apping paper , supplies, and lunch for the event. They will also be assisting the FF Foster Grandparent Program with their “Granny” gift wrapping too! If you are interested, just show up!

Deck the Halls on December 2 Join us in making everything merry and bright around the Center by decking the halls in grand Christmas-style! All are welcome to help from 10:00 to Noon on Friday, December 2nd! In appreciation of Santa’s helpers, it will be our pleasure to treat all those participating to a pizza lunch!

Laughs N’ Crafts December 8 This month, use watercolor paint to create Christmas scenes over sheets of your favorite carols in this class led by Sara Jo Beliles’ friend, Reanell. Bring your favorite carol for us to make a copy of or use the ones we have on hand. Meets Thursday, December 8 from 9:00 to 11:00 am in the Art Room. Cost is only $2.00 for supplies. See the front desk for examples and to sign up.

Jam-Making Class December 13 Jam makes great presents! Come learn how to make homemade peach and strawberry jam—and get two presents in the process!—on Tuesday, December 13 from 9:00 to 10:00 am. Cost is only $5.00! Instr uctor Nancy Harvey can only accept 8 students so sign up at the front desk quickly! Note: Sam and Julie have done a taste test and it’s delicious!

In December, you have a chance to seek and find a beautiful gift, an adorable stuffed zebra! Thanks to a donation from Don and Arunee Tanner and his family, these zebras will be hidden around the Center each day from December 1 through the 30. As Zebras are only found on the continent of Africa, it seemed like a great time to learn more about the celebration of the African culture known as Kwanzaa! So, to the first person who finds the zebra each day, this is your gift of Kwanzaa! Want to learn more about Kwanzaa? Take a peek at the Spotlight Bulletin Board as you enter the Social Room at the Billiards end.

One-On-One Sewing Instruction Available Have you always wanted to learn how to sew but just never took the time? Now is your chance! Patricia Burks, who has over 22 years sewing experience, will provide one-on-one sewing instruction for only $15 for a 1½ hour class. All tools and materials are provided and she will teach you whatever you prefer—crafts, clothes, or even designing! Classes are available on Thursdays between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm. Make an appointment at the front desk.

Feb. 15-Mar. 1, 2017 Cape Horne March-April 7, 2017 Panama Canal April 26-May 3, 2017 London-Paris

—Join your community for the Madison Christmas Tree Lighting on Wednesday, December 7 at 5:30 pm in fr ont of the Madison Public Libr ar y. Enjoy Chr istmas carols and even a visit from Santa Claus! —Spring Hill Funeral Home will hold their Annual Memorial Candlelight Ceremony on Thursday, Ready to Join? December 8 at 6:00 pm. The candle lighting will be accompanied by a reading of the names of those honored. A membership is just All are invited to come place a memorial ornament on one $120 per year. Bank draft of their memorial trees. —Volunteers are needed at TriStar Skyline Medical Center of just $10 per month is in a variety of areas, including information desk, gift shop, available as well. We are and patient visitor. Call 615-769-2200 for an information a SilverSneakers and packet or to discuss with the Volunteer Director, Julie Davis. Silver & Fit reimbursed location!

May 29-June 1, 2017 Atlanta June 25-July 1 Niagara Falls July 23-31, 2017 American Queen Steamboat Tour Sept. 14-21 Mt. Rushmore Oct. 25-Nov. 1, 2017 Ireland Call Janice Judd for more information at 615-231-1235


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FiftyForward T-Shirts Now on Sale!! You’ve been asking for long-sleeved FiftyForward t-shirts for quite awhile and now we’ve got TWO designs—and THREE colors—for you to choose from! First, we have a 3/4 sleeve baseball jersey. You’ve probably seen our staff members wearing these. The sleeves are black and the torso is gray with a black FiftyForward logo in the middle.

Kelsey Mahaffey Center Director kmahaffey@fiftyforward.org

Next, we have our 20th anniversary long-sleeved T-shirts with our logo in the pocket area and then “Established in 1996” on the back. These are available in purple and gray.

Samantha Garlock Program Manager sgarlock@fiftyforward.org

Sizes for both designs are S-XXL. Cost for both designs are $15.00 per shirt.

Julie Reeves Office Manager jreeves@fiftyforward.org Bethanie Peadro FLIP Coordinator bpeadro@fiftyforward.org Emily EriamiatoeCare Manager eeriamiatoe@fiftyforward.org Darryl Brady - Maintenance dbrady@fiftyforward.org Ron Lashbrook - Van Driver Felicia Whitaker - Metro Meals

Where are we located? Even though our address is 301 Madison Street, we are physically located at the end of Douglas Street. There is a sign out front that says ‘FiftyForward Madison Station.’ Parking and entrance are in the back.

FiftyForward Madison Station 301 Madison St. Madison, TN 37115 RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED

You can purchase these shirts at the front desk, at our Christmas Bazaar on December 6, or our 20th Anniversary Party on December 20th.


FiftyForward Madison Station Dec 2016 Whistlestop  

FiftyForward Madison Station Dec 2016 Whistlestop

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