The Official monthly publication of the Klamath Basin Senior Citizens’ Council
MARCH • 2012
Contact Information General Information Judy Crist: 541.883.7171 Donations - Shawn McGahan:
March 2011 CONTENTS
Letter from Marc Kane, Executive Director
Where are we located?
541.883.7171 ext. 136
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 541.883.7171
Volunteer Opportunities Nicky Foster: 541.883.7171 ext. 117
Expressions of Heart and Mind
The Lake County Senior Center
Feature: Gift Shop News
Calendar of Events
Nancie Carlson Everyday Fitness
Free, Expert, Tax Return Preparation For Seniors And People With Low Income
Produced in conjunction with the Herald and News
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Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Make sure your wishes are followed!
Center Meals and Limited Activities have resumed on Fridays.
Effective Friday , March 2, 2012 the Klamath Basin Senior Center reopened for noon meal service and for other limited services and activities. Necessary transportation services also resumed on this Marc Kane, Center Director date. Many patrons and members had urged the resumption of these services, and I ordered them resumed with the understanding and trust that we all do our part to maintain these services. A donation is asked for both meal and transportation services. In order to sustain these services the number of participants making a donation must increase and/or those making donations are asked to increase, if possible, what they are able to give. In recent weeks the average revenue collected for meals has been just over $1.75 per meal. We cannot continue service at this rate, but we are reopening our service in trust that average donations will increase. It is our goal to raise the average donation to $2.50. I know that there are some that cannot pay and we are especially reopening Friday services for this group. I also know, however, that there are many who could increase their contribution, so please, let us work together to see what we can do to improve the support of these services. The center is currently struggling to reduce expenses and eliminate operating at a serious loss, which has been the case throughout the past seven months. Please assist us in any way that you can to keep our center open and operating. Also please welcome our new head cook for noon meals and meals on wheels, Donna Millburn. You may already know her as the Bingo Cook, but she stepped up to assume this new position. She comes with extensive experience in food services. We expect that you will see improvements in our meal services as Donna takes on her new responsibilities. And finally we have added two new regular features to this publication, Active Senior. They are a poetry and prose corner to be called Expressions of Heart and Mind, and the republishing each month of Nancie Carlson’s regular Herald and News column encouraging senior health and exercise. Thanks Nancie for your contribution. Looking for other improvements? Let us know what you like. Marc Kane, Executive Director
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Come and join the fun and play Bingo. Bingo is every
SPECIAL GAMES BY PERCENTAGE
Thursday and Saturday evening. The doors open at 4:30 pm
and calling starts at 6:00pm. The second Sunday of every
SAT BLACKOUTS PAYS $1000, THURS BLACKOUT
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. On February 10th Thomas Wyland won $886 in the winnertake-all. Bingo Winner Thomas Wyland
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Active Seniors introduces a new section where
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Have a health related question? Stumped on a home improvement project? Wondering how to improve your complexion? Looking for tips and tricks for your favorite hobby? Have a local expert answer all your curiosities! No question too big or too small!
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Poets Corner Expressions of Heart and Mind
It is my pleasure to introduce you to Expressions of Heart and Mind a new addition to our publication Active Senior that will provide for the publication of poetry and other brief written words. To initiate this regular feature I have invited my good friend Dotte Shaffer to summit two pieces of her work originally published in 2000 by Dungeon Press under the title The Heart Remembers, a book of 25 poems by Dotte that begins with a piece At Thirty Something, and ends with another, At Seventy Something. The later is printed here, Enjoy!! And please submit something for us to consider printing in our next issue. Submittals should be sent to the attention of Marc Kane, Executive Director, Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Center.
At Seventy Something I like loving and being loved. There’s a contentment, a feeling of security and trust that makes up for the loss of thrills and anticipation. Almost. Romance; thrills, anticipation, passion . . . is seventy too old? Is all this just for the young? I used to think it was. Until I became one, I never realized that despite gray hair and wrinkles, young girls live in the hearts of aged bodies; still yearning, hungering for the touch that makes us know we’re alive. Yet, as I wax nostalgic, I realize I no longer have the stamina, the energy for the highs and lows of being IN love. I accept, that like the seasons, there is a time for loving and being loved. This is my time.
How old does one have to be To not want romance Is it just a woman thing Or do men miss it, too . . . It’s not about sex, you know It’s about a touch, a look A secret smile Shared moments of ‘remember when’ . . . It’s about unexpected gifts And unexpected praise A phone call just to say hello A sentimental card . . . Seventeen or seventy Random acts of romance Bring a smile A quivering of the heart . . . Reaffirming, renewing The memory of what is past Or what’s to come Romancing the heart . . .
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Friday, March 9th Birthday Lunch Tuesday, March 13th 8:00 AM Klamath Falls Trip (Weather Permitting) Wednesday, March 14th 10:00 AM Better Breathers Meeting Monday, March 19th 10:00 AM Board Meeting Wednesday, March 21st 9:00 AM to NOON Hearing Specialist (Weather Permitting) Wednesday, March 28th 10:00AM Better Breathers Meeting If you have questions, concerns or want to make a suggestion, please don’t hesitate to call me at 541-947-4966. - Connie Steward, Director
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During the months of January and February the Klamath Senior Center received over $7200 in individual donations. This last month the majority were made in the memory of one of our volunteers, Nate Bean, who recently passed away. A very big thanks to all who have recognized the value of the center and its importance in the community This is a challenging time for the center. Everyone’s generosity is very much appreciated.. Following is a list of our donors for this period. Jonny Jones Alice Potterton Plum Ridge Cathy Gil Carlotte Mosely Donna Maloney Igail Hollander Annoymous June Rainford Mildred Schiro Donna Maloney Martin & Dorathie Dingler Jim & Jane Stuntebeck Rober & Hattie Eastman Dennis Haack Annoymous Jim & Constance Pratt J.M. Brashier Jonny Jones Lundy Clinton Mary Ellen Sargent Pat Bowers Dorothy Shaffer Helen & Irving Cater Joseph & Mayme Wekkin George & Evelyn Olsen Calvin & Carmelle Noble Ronald & Shelly Johnson
Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services Mr. & Mrs. Petersen & Family Mr. & Mrs. Lee & Family Bill G. Alexander Fern Robinson Joan Trotman Carolyn McDaid Rebecca WhitneySmith Attorney at Law Melvin & Evelyn Carlson Donald Barleen William & Ruth Bean & Family Marvin & Cynthia Prince Preceptor Gamma Delta Randal & Judy Hunter Stan Sears Joyce Moore / Ferrell Acct. Marie Trapp Etta Holly Samuel Hawley Diane Edwards Mary Noble - E&M Nobel & Sons Carol Hubbard Wilma Moore Shirley Richardson
Ron & Shelby Johnson Pacific Crest Credit Union Marilyn Starfill Robert & Elizabeth Keene Joyce Moore / Ferrell Acct. Samuel Hawley Etta Holly Jahale Shaffer Bill Bean Brenda Kucharski Gene & Sharon Gerber Roberta & Ted Romero Elizabeth Western Ruth Poole Sky Lakes Medical Center Donald Wise Gary & Catherine Lyall Jim Cara & Frida Caruso June Caren & Linda Caruso Kenneth & Patricia Masten Etta Holly Samuel Hawley Erwin & Carol Ritter Wanda Brink
Gift Shop News
The Gift Shop at the Senior Center is now open under a different name, “Crafty Ladee’s Gift Shop”. A new sign is being made for the entrance. Try to come by and see the many changes that have been made, if you haven’t already. We have painted, cleaned and rearranged the entire Gift Shop. As the new manager, I would like to thank Treva Bruce, Cheryl and Larry Gibbs and the Senior Center for their help in making this happen. Many hours of volunteering and hard work were put into this venture. I also want to thank the many people who gave us moral support and encouragement during this time. The new hours for April, May & June will be from 10 am to 3 pm, Monday thru Thursday. We also will be staying open on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 4 pm to 6 pm at the request of the Bingo players. This will be on a trial basis to see how it works out. We are in need of more Crafters and Volunteers. Please call me at 541-883-7171 for an appointment. There will be a table sale on March 14th and another meeting on March 28th with the volunteers and crafters. Thanks again to everyone. Wava Weiskopf, Manager
Donations may be sent to the following: Klamath Basin Senior Citizens’ Council P.O. Box JE 2045 Arthur Street Klamath Falls, Oregon 97602 In addition to general donations designated donations this past month were received for our congregate meals program, the meals on wheels program, transportation services, the SHIBA program and donations in memory of various individuals. For more information about donations or bequests please contact Marc Kane at the Senior Center 541-883-7171 Ext 122.
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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
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.
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 Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to doors open at 4:30 p.m. Games start at 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
KBSCC Bingo: Every Thursday and Saturday,
Family Bingo: Second Sunday of every month at 1:30 p.m. Doors open at noon.
Nickel Bingo: Every Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
SHIBA Medicare Counseling (Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance Program): Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Appointments are preferred. Call 541-883-7171 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.
Ballroom Dancing: Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Craft Group: Thursday at 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 am
Legal Aid - call KBSCC for referral: 541 883-7171
Tap Dancing: Every Friday 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Open Pool Playing: Monday thru Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. NOTICE: Center Meals and Limited
Activities have resumed on Fridays.
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Feature Cleaning out the flotsam and jetsam Housekeeping — not my favorite thing to do. How about you? But, let’s translate this into our bodies. Did you know that our cells are filled with flotsam and jetsam that exercise helps clear out? Bear with me on this as it gets slightly technical. We all have structures (or organelles) within our cells that produce energy. These are called mitochondria. Cells also contain strings of proteins, cellular membranes, invasive viruses and bacteria, among other components. Over time, cells accumulate flotsam and jetsam that require “house” cleaning to remain efficient. This process of cleaning out is called autophagy (or selfeating). Have I lost you yet? A cell’s life Scientists have begun to believe that if the process of autophagy isn’t efficient, cells become choked, malfunction or die. It is thought that this inefficiency might contribute to the rise of disease, including diabetes, muscular dystrophy, Alzheimer’s and cancer. Inefficiencies in autophagy also can contribute to agerelated sluggishness within the cell structure. I don’t know about you, but I’m sure feeling outwardly sluggish at times — struggling to win back that high energy that used to be readily available. Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center recently reported on a study of mice that holds promise for humans. You guessed it. Their research
Nancie Carlson Everyday Fitness supports the idea that exercise produces a more efficient cleaning out of the flotsam and jetsam in the cells; and thus can slow the disease-producing bits, plus slow the aging process. Stressed cells Studying autophagy is a relatively new approach to research. Their hypothesis is that when cells are stressed, as in physical exercise, they round up and consume superfluous bits of themselves more efficiently to keep the rest of the cell alive. It was a bit of a stretch for me to imagine how researchers could measure autophagy, but this is what they did. They simply had the lab mice run for 30 minutes. The mice had been medically treated — a bit sad — so the membranes within the cell that accumulate flotsam and jetsam glowed. After running, evidence suggests the mice’s cells were undergoing accelerated autophagy — meaning the cells were getting cleaned out and rejuvenated. There were other tests performed which might explain why some of us have better reactions than others to, let’s say, an aerobic class. But, generally, the research supports the idea that exercise produces a housekeeping function. It even convinced one of the researchers to become a more consistent exerciser. She bought a treadmill. Commitment What’s next for you? I sincerely hope whatever you decide, that you commit to consistent exercise — not a
sporadic venture. As a senior with perhaps some physical challenges, you don’t need to do high-level aerobics, but you do need to move more. Weather permitting, start walking outdoors, and over time, increase your speed and distance. The Steen Sports Park soccer building offers an indoor track for walking, plus, the outdoor trail is almost 3 miles. On it, there are cut-offs if you can’t make it all the way around. That said, it’s pretty muddy (and slippery) at the moment. If you have limited funds, most gyms and clubs in the area have senior rates. And, if you are in a residential care center, join in the classes offered. Think of the process of autophagy. The more you sit, the more tired you will feel and the less efficient your entire cellular structure. How about a daily, or maybe three times per week bit of housekeeping? Originally published 02/15/12 in the Herald and News. Reprinted with permission from the Herald and News.
Free, Expert, Tax Return Preparation For Seniors And People With Low Income Starting Feb 1st AARP will again partnership with the IRS to provide high quality tax preparation at the Klamath Senior Center. The AARP tax representatives have the expertise to help you through many aspects of the tax preparation process. AARP tax representatives will be at the Klamath Senior Center Tuesdays and Thursdays Feb 2nd thru April 12th between 8:30 am and 2 pm. Please call for an appointment 541 883-7171.
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A meeting of the membership is soon to be scheduled to approve revised bylaws, elect new members to the board and to consider any other matters that may be presented. Revised bylaws are available for distribution at the Klamath Center or may also be available to you by e-mail. A nominating committee has been appointed to search for new board members from both Lake and Klamath Counties. Four vacancies are expected to be filled. Persons must be members in order to be elected to the governing board or to vote at a membership meeting. Please contact Marc Kane, the Klamath Senior Center Director, for more information at 541-883-7171 Ext 122. To join as a member or to renew your membership please contact Judy Crist at the Center in Klamath Falls, also at 541883-7171. Currently annual membership dues are just $5.00. The center director is currently developing a new membership proposal that will provide for a membership with additional privileges and area discounts. He is seeking input and suggestions from members. Please call him or visit with him at the Klamath Center to discuss.
Senior Follies Applications are being accepted from singers, dancers, actors, jugglers, magicians, comedians, clowns, animal acts and other vaudeville acts for the Showtime Vaudeville show to be performed July 14 and 15 in the Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Center, according to a news release. Assistance for lighting, set design, props and costumes also is needed. All proceeds will go to the center. The show will be directed by Rita O'Brien Smith, who, prior to moving to Klamath Falls, directed and produced community productions in the San Francisco Bay area. She founded and directed the Castroville Community Players for 10 years. Those interested in performing and providing assistance are asked to call Smith at 541-273-7321 or email her at email@example.com. Originally published 03/01/12 in the Herald and News. Reprinted with permission from the Herald and News.
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The Senior center would like to thank you Randy Wagner for his donation of entertainment to help us celebrate the Friday reopening.
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March 8 Thursday: Roast Pork Gravy over Cornbread Stuffing, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert from Eldorado Heights
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Potatoes with Seasoned Meat, Cheese, Tomatoes, Onions, & Sour Cream, Vegetables, Salad Bar
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March 28, Wednesday: Pork
March 13, Tuesday: Pinto Beans with Diced Ham, Homemade Cornbread, Salad Bar
March 29, Thursday: Chicken
March 14, Wednesday:
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March 15, Thursday: Beef Tips
over Rice, Vegetables, Salad Bar provided by Crystal Terrace & Atrio Health Plans
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Gravy over Whipped Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Dessert
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