The Official monthly publication of the Klamath Basin Senior Citizens’ Council
JANUARY • 2012
Contact Information General Information Judy Crist: 541.883.7171 Donations - Shawn McGahan:
January 2011 CONTENTS
Bingo, Bingo, Bingo
ll content for this publication has been provided by the Klamath Basin Senior Citizensâ€™ Council. For questions, suggestions and general information regarding this publication, please contact the Klamath Basin Senior Center at 541.883.7171. Thank you.
Meals on Wheels Assistance and Bingo Information Linda Breeden: 541.883.7171 ext. 129
Medicare Counseling Pat Cane: 541.883.7171 ext. 123
541.883.7171 ext. 136
Did you miss the December 7th Enrollment Deadline for Medicare Plans?
Holiday Festivities helped with meals and presents for many.
Volunteer Opportunities Nicky Foster: 541.883.7171 ext. 117
The Lake County Senior Center
Need a Reception Hall for your next activity? Consider the Klamath Senior Center
Calendar of Events
Break out of the winter rut!
January - Menu
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BINGO, BINGO, BINGO
Come and join the fun and play Bingo. Bingo is every Thursday and Saturday evening. The doors open at 4:30 pm and calling starts at 6:00pm. The second Sunday of every month is family day and children 10 and older may attend when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Sunday Bingo starts at 1:30 pm and doors open at 12 noon. Third Thursday will be paper Bingo only, no machines.
OPEN AT 4:00 PM START CALLING AT 6:00 PM REGULAR GAMES PAY $150 EACH SPECIAL GAMES BY PERCENTAGE ONE WINNER-TAKE-ALL TWO BLACKOUTS PAY $1000 EACH REMINDER: FAMILY DAY BINGO is Sunday, January 8th. Doors open at Noon, Bingo starts at 1:30 pm.
Amanda Meza and Virginia Simon won $500.00 each on Dec 10th, Jennifer Ford won $667 Dec 8th, Gail McCord won $600 Dec 8th, Ann Barnes won $1000 Dec 3rd, Cheryl Hoss won $685 Dec 3rd, Jenine Kerns won $597 Dec 1st and Linda Sigedo won $700 Dec 1st. Congratulations to all winners!
Bingo Winner Ann Barnes
Remember, you can’t win if you don’t play.
As a board-certified surgeon, Dr. Stanton Smith
Sky Lakes Medical Center welcomes
General Surgeon, Stanton T. Smith, M.D.
brings his experience in minimally invasive surgery to Klamath Falls. He has extensive training in advanced laparoscopic surgery, complex hernia repair, and gastrointestinal surgery. Additional services provided include upper and lower endoscopy, as well as endocrine, breast, and vascular surgery. Like all of our doctors and medical staff, Dr. Smith is committed to the highest quality of care for his patients. He is now accepting new patients.
To make an appointment call 541.274.2345
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Did you miss the December 7th Enrollment Deadline for Medicare Plans?
1. Relax. Most people will have the same coverage they had in 2011. If you have a Medigap or Medicare Supplement plan there is no need to make any changes unless you wanted to switch to a Medicare Advantage plan. 2. Check your mail. You may have already received your 2012 plan materials from the company you were with in 2011. If you have not received any materials you will be receiving them soon, along with your 2012 membership cards. 3. See if you qualify for additional benefits. Some people who have limited income and resources may qualify for Extra Help with prescription costs or have their Medicare premiums paid. These individuals may enroll in Medicare plans throughout the year, not just in the fall. 4. If you are stuck with your 2011 plan, avoid surprises. Compare the 2011 health plan benefits and costs side-by-side with the 2012 benefits and costs. Are the deductibles, co-pays, and out of pocket costs the same? Look especially at services you use most. 5. Check with your doctors and providers. Do they still accept your insurance coverage? This can change from year to year. 6. Verify your drug coverage. Check the drugs covered by your plan (called the formulary), make sure your drugs are still covered, and confirm your co-pay. Are they still the same? If one of your drugs are not covered ask your doctor if you can switch to another drug that may be
covered by your plan. You may also get a free, no strings, discount card from the State of Oregon. Go on-line to sign up at Oregon Prescription Drug Program. 7. Take advantage of preventive services offered free by Medicare. Medicare offers a yearly wellness visit. Schedule with your doctor free screening tests like mammograms, colorectal cancer screening, diabetes screening and maybe others depending on eligibility. 8. Know how to SAVE money on healthcare: use in-network providers to pay the lowest co-pays. Shop for the lowest cost pharmacies in your area. Drug are not the same price at all pharmacies. Try switching to you plan’s preferred generic and brand name drugs, whenever possible. Check to see if your plan has a mail-order pharmacy option. This often saves more money than your local pharmacy. 9. Know your rights. If the plan you have does not cover a drug you must have, your doctor can help you file a Formulary Exception to have the drug covered. If you are denied you still have the right to appeal. Be sure to appeal within the stated period of time. 10. GOT QUESTIONS? GET HELP! Your plan has a customer service line that may be able to help solve dilemmas. Call 1-800-MEDICARE, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In Klamath or Lake County, you can contact a Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) counselor at (541) 883-7171 x 123
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Feature Holiday Festivities helped with meals and presents for many. Every Year the Klamath Basin Senior Center provides gifts to our Meals on Wheels and OPI (Oregon Project Independence, homebound) clients. This year, 150 Christmas baskets were prepared by volunteers and employees then passed out by several members of the Air National Guard of Kingsley Field, and City Councilman, Greg Taylor. The recipients were very surprised and grateful for this thought of Holiday cheer. To see their faces of appreciation was so gratifying it was almost tearful. 2011 was filled with change. We lost our previous Director, Rich Palmer when the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) forced Rich to separate from the Senior Center, but we have been blessed with two
volunteer managers Bob Shaw and Pat Harris. They have done a wonderful job reorganizing and dealing with the financial challenges and they are making progress toward hiring a new, permanent manager. They are trying to create revenue by renting out the Senior Center to groups, and holding raffles to raise money. They are also trying to raise money to freshen up the interior of the Center and have initiated a donation jar at the front desk. The goal is $10,000 for paint and carpet for the entry and dining areas; so far we’re at 10% of our goal. Our kitchen staff, headed by Ora Hoy, served a wonderful turkey Thanksgiving dinner for 268 people including 68 guests from the Klamath
(L-R) SSgt Jerry Mogle, Laverne Poteet, MSgt Ryan Rainville
Tribes. On December 16th, the kitchen staff also served 227 ham and yam Christmas meals. Probably the hardest job at the Center is in the kitchen, so many to cook for and satisfy. As always, our volunteers and employees continue to put forth that ‘Extra Help’ to anyone who calls, comes into the Center, or is assisted in their home. The Klamath Senior Center helps well over 4000 people a year with meals, transportation,
Medicare assistance, volunteer support, activities, and general information about anything. This acknowledgement is extremely small compared to the endless efforts of these people. A simple thank you is not enough. The Klamath Senior Center hopes you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and we hope that 2012 brings you even more joy and happiness.
Please help pay for a seniors meal. Congregate Home Delivery All donations accepted and appreciated. Many of Klamath’s seniors need your help. Please mail your donation to: Klamath Basin Senior Citizens’ Council P.O. Box JE, Klamath Falls, OR 97602
City Councilman Greg Taylor
Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Donation: Check Cash KBSCC is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation
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Monday, January 2nd: Holiday (Senior Center is closed) Tuesday, January 10th: Klamath Falls trip (weather permitting) Wednesday, January 11th, 10:00 AM: Better Breathers Friday, January 13th: Birthday Lunch Monday, January 16th, 10:00 AM: Board Meeting Wednesday, January 18th, 9:00 AM to Noon: Hearing Specialist (weather permitting) Saturday, January 21st, 10:00 AM to Noon: Senator Ron Wyden here for Town Hall Meeting If you have questions, concerns or want to make a suggestion, please don’t hesitate to call me at 541-947-4966. I want to thank all the individuals that make our Senior Center a success ~ seniors, Board members, employees, volunteers, and those that make on-going contributions to our Center. We appreciate you one and all! - Connie Steward, Director
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Klamath Basin Senior Center Survey The Klamath Senior Center is trying to improve and update our programs here at the Senior Center. Please help us by suggesting an activity or program that might interest you to participate in at the Senior Center. Keep in mind we are a Non-profit organization. We cannot charge for activities we can only accept donations. Activity suggestion Frequency of activity Mail to: KBSCC, P.O. Box JE, Klamath Falls, OR 97602
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Calendar of Events All activities are at the Senior Center, 2045 Arthur Street, Klamath Falls, unless otherwise stated.
Advisory Council meets on the third Thursday of the month. Meeting begins at 1:30 p.m.
Board of Directors meets the fourth Tuesday of each month. Meeting begins at 10:00 a.m.
Wills, Power of Attorney, or Medical Directives: Call for Appointments (541 883-7171). Appointments are not held at the Senior Center.
Body Recall Exercise Classes: Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Advanced classes from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and beginner classes from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Live Music Dancing: Every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Hearing Aid Checks: Third Thursday from 10:15 a.m. to 12 noon of each month.
Blood Pressure Checks: KBSCC now has a Blood Pressure Machine in the LOBBY for checking your pressure. Ask for assistance if you need. Golden Age Club Bingo & Card Playing: Every Monday and Thursday afternoon from 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
KBSCC Bingo: Every Thursday and Saturday,
Transportation: Monday through Friday, Medical appointments have priority. For more information regarding the transportation program call Cindy at 850-7315.
Gift Shop: Inside the lobby of the Senior Center,
2045 Arthur Street, Klamath Falls. It’s open doors open at 4:30 p.m. Games start at 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Family Bingo: Second Sunday of every month at 1:30 p.m. Doors open at noon. Ballroom Dancing: Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Nickel Bingo: Every Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Craft Group: Thursday at 9:00 a.m. to SHIBA Medicare Counseling (Senior Health 10:00 am Insurance Benefits Assistance Program): Legal Aid - call KBSCC for referral: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 541 883-7171 2:30 p.m. Appointments are preferred. Call Pat at 541-883-7171 ext. 123 to arrange an appointment.
Hot meals are served Monday through Friday at the Senior Center (2045 Arthur Street). Serving starts at 11:30 a.m. and is over at 12:30 p.m.
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Ta’i Chi & Qigong: Healthy Muscles, Joints and Bones: Join us to participate in an ancient Chinese form, “meditation in movement,” which enhances energy, balance, strength, and flexibility. The forms taught in this course focus on healthy muscles, bones, and joints. Learn arthritis and osteoporosis and neck and back injury prevention warm-ups and form. Instructor: Lloyd Parratt. Thursdays, January 12th – February 9th. 5:30pm – 6:45pm. Building 6, Rm. H138. Tuition: $30 Teasing the Wild Mind: Get creative. This course is a continuation in the “Wild Mind” writing series, and those who have taken the other classes will find their creativity further stimulated in this fun class. If you missed the first two classes, don’t despair, because, for anyone who wishes to open themselves up more to their own creativity, this is a perfect place to start. We will explore four different, interesting and unique creative approaches to get out of the box of “normal” thinking, and to give the “wild mind” free reign. This class is perfect for writers at all levels, and for any artists who normally use other means of expression. It is also a good lead-in to the next class in the series, Wild Mind Fiction. Instructor: Jo Massey.
Monday, January 11th – February 1st. 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Building 2, Rm. 2027. Tuition: $40
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Driver’s Safety AARP: This refresher course is offered by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). AARP members can improve their driving skills and develop defensive driving techniques in this participatory course. The course takes into consideration the physical changes of the maturing driver and ways to compensate for these changes. Most major insurance companies allow a discount on auto insurance to those drivers 55 years and older who complete this course. A certificate of completion is issued and advanced registration is required. A fee of $14 is due to the instructor at class. AARP members receive a $2 discount when they provide their membership number to the instructor. Class includes one-hour break for lunch. Instructor: David Carroll and Danny O’Neal. Wednesday, January 18th & March 13th. 9:00am – 4:00pm. Building 3, Rm. 310.Tuition: $14 ($2 discount for AARP Members)
Computer Basics for Seniors II: This fun, pressure-free class is a continuation from the basics class that will take you beyond the skills you have already learned. You’ll learn more about Windows Operating System, the internet, email, internet searching, online banking and an intro to eBay. Learn how to find information that affects you and your lifestyle. Isn’t it about time to get connected to the 21st Century? Home computer or access to computer between classes is required. Students may not register for Computer Basics for Seniors I and Computer Basics for Seniors II simultaneously. Instructor: Nan Kirby. Saturdays, January 14th – February 18th. 1:30pm – 4:30pm. Building 6, Rm. H230.Tuition: $55 Watercolor: Painting Basics Part I: In this entry level class, you’ll learn basic watercolor painting techniques including color mixing, observation, and fundamentals for good composition. No watercolor or drawing experience needed. Class will be concurrent with the beginning acrylic class. Ask for a supply list when you register for the class. Instructor: Joni Leaf. Tuesday, January 10th – February 14th . 12:30pm – 2:00pm. Building 2, Rm. 207. Tuition: $48 For more information on any of these courses or to sign up, call KCC at 541.882.3521. Reno Bus Trip Join us for 3 days of fun February 13, 14, and 15th! Prices and details will follow in the Feburary issue of Active Seniors, or call Barb Walker at 541 883-1431
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Break out of the winter rut! As days get shorter and the temperature drops, it’s not uncommon for the winter blues to set in. All you want to do is stay in, curl into a ball, and eat. These activities may help shorten the winter and keep you fit for the more active summer months. Mike’s Fieldhouse Get out of the house and do something, like walking. Take your friends because it’s more fun. When one friend doesn’t want to go the other friend convinces them they should go anyway. Take your children or grandchildren, they can have fun too! No, you don’t have to walk in the cold and snow, you can walk indoors in a clean comfortable place. The large indoor arena has a hard surface track around a soccer field; 5 ¾ times around equals 1 mile. There is a sitting area with couches, chairs, TV, water, coffee, and sports beverages available. Showers and lockers are also available, but here is no Child Watch. The Fieldhouse is open Monday – Friday 7 – 10am. You can drive and park right up to
the arena doors and have little exposure to the cold. There is a 15 day punch card for $15 dollars or you can try it out once for $2. Children in strollers are free but all other children are also $15/15 punches or $2. YMCA members walk free. The Steen Sports Park is located at 4500 Foothills Blvd or call 541 273-1152. The Klamath County YMCA It’s more than just a Health Club. The Y of Klamath Falls has been the heart of the Basin. Memberships help support many community based programs that serve adults, families, youth and seniors with fitness programs. At the Y there is an indoor heated swimming pool, dry-sauna, and gym for personal training, weight rooms, and group classes. If you have a medical problem that can be helped through exercise, like diabetes, fibromyalgia, high cholesterol, or weight control, try personal training, you’ll be surprised how quickly and effectively a personal trainer can change your life. It’s a lot cheaper than pharmaceutical drugs and has a longer lasting effect on every part of your body. The major side effects are an increased feeling of accomplishment, satisfaction, feeling of good health with energy to spare and, best of all, an ageless looking body. However, the Surgeon General Warns that these feelings can be addicting. The nice thing about the Y is you’re never alone. Come meet new friends, many having the same goals you have. Meet the trainers, they are the most wonderful people you’ll meet. They are there to help you!
There are many classes for Zumba, water Zumba, lap swims, aqua jogger,
Aqua aerobics at the Y swimming pool
aqua aerobics, strength training (no, you’re not too old for strength training) and spin classes. It’s all fun, the music, the movement, the people, the whole atmosphere. Membership fees are $23/month for seniors or $31/month for adults. Day fees for adults with a member is $5/day or without a member $6/day. You can purchase a punch card for 13 punches for $45 or 26 for $75. The Y is open Mon – Thurs 5 am to 9 pm, Fri 5 am – 8 pm, Saturday 8 am to 5 pm and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm. The YMCA is located at 1221 Alameda. For more information call 541-884-4149. Klamath Community College Community Education Classes. Want something else to fill your day or keep you looking forward and out of the winter rut? Try taking some classes. Klamath Community College offers classes in painting, Spanish, aromatherapy, Country Two Step, Night Club Two Step, piano, computer basics, driver safety, Microsoft Office, and yoga. You don’t have to be talented to participate, you only have to want to have fun learning something new. Some of >
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Menu - Januar y
Feature Cont. these classes are one day or one month long. Prices vary by class and materials. KCC is located at 7390 South 6th St, or call 541 882-3521. Klamath Senior Center There is lot’s to do at the Klamath Senior Center. There is Bingo two days per week Monday and Thursday 12:30 – 4pm. You can buy one Bingo card for 5 cents. Card playing every Mon and Thurs 12:30 – 4pm. There are exercise classes called Body Recall every Mon, Wed, and Friday. Classes start at 9 -10 am and 10:30 – 11:30. There is also live music dancing every Wednesday 1 pm to 3:30 pm and tap dancing every Fri 12 pm to 1:30 pm. Come join the fun. There is usually a $1 fee for Body Recall and dancing activities.
Jan. 2, Monday: Mac & Cheese with Ham, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 3, Tuesday: Chili Burger
Jan. 4, Wednesday: Chicken
Jan. 20, Friday: Roast Turkey, Whipped Potatoes, Gravy, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 5, Thursday: Pork Roast,
Sausage, Sauerkraut, French Fries, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Gravy over Cornbread Stuffing, Salad Bar, Dessert from Crystal Terrace & Atrio Health Plans
Jan. 10, Tuesday: Happy
Jan. 26, Thursday: Spanish
Brunch! Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Links, Country Gravy over Biscuits & Hashbrowns, Salad Bar, Dessert from Pelican Pointe
Jan. 12, Thursday: Swiss Steak, Rice, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert from Eldorado Heights
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Jan. 24, Tuesday: SORRY, NO CONGREGATE LUNCH! UNITED WAY LUNCHEON
Pasta Alfredo, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 11, Wednesday: Po Folks
Jennifer Springstead, O.D. Optometrist
Jan. 23, Monday: Polish
Jan. 25, Wednesday: Roast Beef, Whipped Potatoes, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert from Pelican Pointe
Birthday! Oven Fried Chicken, Whipped Potatoes, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Birthday Cake & Ice Cream
Edwin Tuhy, O.D. Optometrist
Vegetables, Potato Wedges, Salad Bar, Dessert from Crystal Terrace & Atrio Health Plans
Fried Steak, Whipped Potatoes, Country Gravy, Broccoli Normandy, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 9, Monday: Beef Patty,
Mark Fay, M.D. Scott Stevens, M.D. Physician/ Surgeon of the Eye Physician/ Surgeon of the Eye
Vegetables, Dinner Roll, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 19, Thursday: Sloppy Joes,
Chicken Nuggets, French Fries, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Body recall classses at the Klamath Senior Center with Mary Clark
Jan. 18, Wednesday: Beef Stew,
with cheese & onions, Potato Wedges, Vegetables, Dessert from Shasta View & Linkville House
Jan. 6, Friday: Fish Patty or
The Senior Center is located at 2045 Arthur St. For more information call 541 883-7171.
Jan. 17, Tuesday: Sweet & Sour Pork over Rice, Chinese Noodles, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 13, Friday: Beef Tips over Noodles, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert Jan. 16, Monday: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday. THE CENTER WILL BE CLOSED
Chicken, Rice, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert from Eldorado Heights
Jan. 27, Friday: Spaghetti Sauce over Noodles, Vegetables, Garlic Bread, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 30, Monday: Stuffed Potatoes with Cheese, Onions & Sour Cream, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
Jan. 31, Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie, Vegetables, Biscuits, Salad Bar, Dessert from, Shasta View & Linkville House NOTE: The menu is subject to change, depending upon availability of supplies. Tea, coffee, milk & juice are available at each meal. Sugar free desserts and salads available for diabetics.
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