www.newarkseniorcenter.com • (302) 737-2336 The Monthly Newsletter of the Newark Senior Center Vol.23, Number 9 • September 2022
Food • Fun • Fitness • Friends
Tuesday, September 13th 9:00am - 12:00 noon
Join Us for an Open House Tuesday, September 20th
Safety • Independence • Options
visit our website for a list of vendors
...closer than you think!
see page 41
NSC Gift Shoppe Open Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 1:00pm Don't wait for the mail (and save NSC the postage), pick up your October Newsletter: Sept 22nd, 23rd & 26th MONTHLY GIVING: EASY - SAFE - SECURE
Using a credit card or checking account, you can set up automatic, monthly donations to NSC. See Jessica Feinberg for more information.
Agency # 443
Center Staff Executive Director Carla Grygiel
Secretary Margaret Fraser
Social Services Director Anika Turner ext. 112 Early Memory Loss Program Coordinator Laura Greene ext. 124 Program Director Katie Rivera
NEWARK SENIOR CENTER The Newark Senior Center enhances the lives of the 50+ community by providing resources and opportunities for growth in body, mind and spirit. 200 White Chapel Drive • Newark, DE 19713 Phone: (302) 737-2336 Fax: (302) 737-2636 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.newarkseniorcenter.com Main Center Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 3:00pm
Reception Desk Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm
Program Coordinator Heather Mitchell ext. 127 Programs Asst/Vol Coordin Yojani Carvajal-Ayala ext. 129 Development Director Jessica Feinberg ext. 113 Food Service Director Joey Berenato ext. 117 Nutrition Director/Meals on Wheels Coordinator Stefanie Thomas ext. 116 Food Service Staff Rhonda Faison Donna Kern
Membership Dues: $33/Year or $300/Lifetime
We accept cash, check, & all major credit cards for memberships, trips, & classes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Arts Classes & Workshops Clubs & Groups
Tiffany Filler Pat Smith
Accountant Jamie Wigal
Facility Department Pat Bartling Dave Dutill Bruce Zabel Bus Drivers Betty Clayton, Jim Dilks, Bill Earl, Robert Smith & Martin Trgala Newsletter Advertising Inquiries Merrily Schiavone (302)366-0681 firstname.lastname@example.org
27 Menu 24-25 Pool
4-5 46 35-36
26 Resource Center 30-31
Daily Activities Calendar 44 Special Activities Calendar Donations 6 Support Groups Fitness Center
Group Fitness Classes 35-39 Virtual NSC Meals on Wheels Meeting of Minds
45 33 5 18-19 28 - 29
31 Volunteer Opportunities 16-17 12 Wellness 40
Advertisements in the NSC News are paid advertisements and are not endorsed by the NSC.
September is a very busy month! It is almost “back to normal”. The NSC will be hosting our Housing Fair, an Open House and a Dinner Show featuring acapella groups from the University of Delaware. And then it will be October – time for another Fall Sale!
The program staff is doing a wonderful job providing a variety of enrichment opportunities. We are working with Delaware Humanities, Humana, and the Newark Historical Society to provide multiple classes and presentations. And, for the first time, we are offering a class on American Sign Language. Our program staff, Katie, Heather and Yojani, work very hard to coordinate community resources and individual presenters offering a wide array of subject matter. For those of you who made suggestions via the member survey, hopefully you are seeing some of your ideas come to life. The NSC has hosted a Housing Fair since 2014. As we age, we know that our ability to continue to live successfully in the community may depend upon taking a serious look at our home or possibly considering other options. Staying in good physical shape and remaining socially connected are very important. But much can be done to make our living environment as safe as possible. Join us at the Housing Fair on September 13th to learn about community resources that may help you to extend your independence.
The Fall Flea Market will be returning on October 27, 28 and 29th. Last year we were thrilled to have so many new volunteers. If you are familiar with the event, you know it takes a small army to pull it off. Our volunteers do an amazing job preparing for, setting up and staffing the event. Please consider helping this year. It is a great way to meet new people or a great opportunity to work with a group of friends. If you are not able to help during the event we are always looking for bakers to contribute to the bake sale table. It is one of our most popular booths and usually sells out by Friday afternoon. Please contact Yojani, our Volunteer Coordinator if you are interested. There will be a slight change to the Flea Market again this year. Because of the high cost of tent rental, we will be holding the book sale the week after the Flea Market. The Book sale will begin on November 1st and run through the Vendor Fair which will be on November 5th. We know we have many book lovers who really look forward to the event. We are excited about a busy fall!
Please look for the symbol next to programming with the focus of “Time to get your house in order!”
THE NSC DOES NOT SELL OR GIVE ITS MEMBERSHIP LIST.
MEMBER INFORMATION NEW MEMBER TABLE AT LUNCH
Tuesday, September 27th 11:30am If you have recently joined NSC & have questions or would like to meet others who are new to NSC, join Carla Grygiel, Executive Director for a tour followed by lunch (on your own). Bring your questions!
Save the Dates September 5th - NSC Closed 20th - NSC Open House 30th - Dinner Show
DISCUSS STATE ISSUES: 24TH DISTRICT
October 27th, 28th & 29th - Fall Sale
DRIVE UP FLU SHOTS
November 1st - 5th - NSC Used Book Sale 5th - Craft & Vendor Fair - Vendor applications available online and at the NSC Reception Desk 24th & 25th - NSC Closed
Friday, September 2nd 9am - 10am Representative, Ed Osienski will be available at the NSC for an open discussion of issues. September 21st & October 3rd 10am - 12noon Drive up at the East Entrance. Please bring a Photo ID & your Insurance Card.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS President: Jane Donovan Vice President: Mae Gaskins Treasurer: Joyce Hayes Secretary: Leann Moore Joan Bliss Frank Dowling Patricia Fogg Renee Goolday Laura Greene Jonathan Howard John Kalmer Scott Martin Ed Osienski Peg Saenger Ju Young Shin Carol Smith Jason Thompson E. Frances White Newark Senior Center Board of Directors is composed of up to 18 members of our community. Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of every month (except July & August) at 5:30pm. Anyone is welcome to attend as a guest.
Important information about how to pre-register for NSC's programs & classes online To register online with your current membership account go to newarkseniorcenter.com and click on the Register Now button. Follow instructions listed there for first time users on how to connect with your current membership account. It is important to follow these instructions so that you do not get charged non-member fees. Additional instructions available at www.newarkseniorcenter.com Registration is also available at the Reception Desk and by calling 302-737-2336.
Bus service available Monday - Friday Cost: $2/day In order to meet social distancing and contact tracing requirements, we are implementing the following procedures to the NSC Transportation Program: • Participants who would like to use the Newark Senior Center transportation system must register for a ride at least 24 hours in advance. • Registration is available online at www.newarkseniorcenter.com, by phone at 302-737-2336 or in person at the Reception Desk. Do not leave a voice message for a bus reservation.
• Payment ($2/day) must be made at the time of the reservation. NSC accepts major credit cards, cash or check (in person). • Transportation reservations can be made for 2 weeks at a time, as space allows. • All passengers MUST wear a mask while on the bus.
UP FRONT PRICING
HAM GRANT HOME REPAIRS (302) 279-6830
HOUSE PAINTING Interior • Exterior
DECKS • SIDING • STUCCO POWER WASHING Siding • Surfaces • Decks We are locally owned and operated. All prices are up front, fully estimated, not guesstimates. We do all general contracting and home repairs. No job is too big or too small. REASONABLE, RELIABLE, AND RESPECTABLE SERVICE
Military Discount Senior Citizen Discount
Please thank our donors for their support of the Center SUSTAINING DONORS
A Special Thank You to: Monte Aronson, Charlie and Diane Baxter, Jo Anne Barnes, Bill and Joan Bliss, Mary Brevoort, Bob and MaryAnn Brown, Ric and Linda Debski, Jane and Dewey Donovan, Mary Pat Elmlinger Ginny Ferguson, Larry & Bertie Galpin, Richard & Mae Gaskins, Anne Groo George Grundy, James and Carla Grygiel, Joyce Hayes, Timothy Lennon, Elaine Levey, Pearl Liu, June, McCoy Leann Moore Ed Osienski, Joan Rhyner Richard and Peggy Sacher, William and Ethel Scheper, Bruce Schirm, Mike Siwek, John Suchanec, Linda Tarnowski Timothy’s of Newark, Albert Ware Frances White, Laura Wisk, K. Jean Williams, Julia Zecca, who donates to the Center on a regular basis.
Thank you to the following generous individuals who contributed between July 8, 2022 and August 15, 2022: In Support of the NSC General Fund JoAnn Strickland, Patricia Abernethy, Rosemary Allen, James and Maria Ballard, Barbara Barbieri, Norma Bates, Charles and Diane Baxter, Dorothy Bean, Richard and Kathy Beardsley, George and Judy Bowman, Russell and Sylvia Brooks, Mary Broome, Margaret Byrem, Pauline Campbell, Janet Carter, Wade Catts and Lynn Riley, Peggy Chaplin Louie, Kay Childs, Richard Connell, Carin Conrad, Marge Crosby, Melody Duffy, James and Jean Dunson, Patricia Eber, Karen Engeseth, Francis and Carolyn Fierro, Maggie Fisher, Vera Gladney, Jay and Charlotte Gochnour, Bea Greenhill, Anne Groo, Arline Gulli, Charles Hall, John Harkins, Karen Haynes, Peggy Hester, Shirley Hills, Mary Alice Hinerman, Rosemarie Hultberg, Domenic Inglisa, Elaine Johnson, Heather Johnston, Margaret Keath, Paul and Janet Kelley, Dorothy King, Ann Lawrence, Catherine Lee, Gerrie Lotrich, John and Emma Jean Lynch, Margaret McAlpin, Joseph and Teresa McKeown, Jacqueline O’Neill and James Nigg, Sandra Parkins, Elsie Pelly, Betty Pfeufer, Alfred and Susan Plitt, Vleata Rick, Joan Rosman, Nancy Ross, Barbara Russell, Salvatore Santangelo, Katherine Saunders, Vincent and Merrily Schiavone, Elizabeth Schnepp, Edward Sheehan, Lewis Slicer, Jr., John and Janet Spina, Winnie Strauss, Jay Stutman, Nancy Pennock Sweetman, Gary Tatman, John and Daphne Wessells, William and Carol Westmoreland, Shirley Zajaczkowski, Francis Zelluk In Memory of Agnes Haley Kara Lieberman
In Memory of John Tunnell Evelyn Tunnell
NSC WISH LIST Gift Cards to: • BJs • ShopRite • Lowes or Home Depot • (Snack-sized) chips, pretzels, cookies, crackers, candy • Cases of soda – Coke, Pepsi in regular, diet, and caffeine-free varieties • Dry Erase Board Markers & Erasers • Reams of white or colored copier paper • BINGO Prizes: personal care items, candy • AA Batteries • Large Print Books • Reader glasses
SHOP AMAZON & SUPPORT THE NSC
Please consider using Amazon smile and choosing the Newark Senior Center as your charity of choice. Amazon will donate .5% to the charity of your choice. https://smile.amazon.com
IMPORTANT NEWSLETTER INFORMATION All October Newsletter submissions must be received by:September 7th at 12noon You can leave submissions with Margaret Fraser, Secretary, or email them to email@example.com
NEWSLETTER PICK UP
September 22nd, 23rd & 26th If you do not pick your newsletter up, it will be mailed on September 27th. Volunteers are needed to help with the Newsletter Mailing on September 27th beginning at 9am in Evergreen A - walk ins welcome All new trips/classes/programs will be available for registration starting on the first of the month.
Please consider a gift to the Center in your will. It is as simple as: “I give the sum of $ ___ or ___% of the residual of my estate to the Newark Senior Center, a charitable corporation located in Newark, DE, for its general charitable purpose.” (E.I.N. 51-0104695). You can also name the Newark Senior Center as a beneficiary of an insurance policy or retirement account.
A little planning today can make a big difference for tomorrow. Contact Carla Grygiel, 737-2336x115, or Jessica Feinberg x113, for more information.
PRESENTATIONS BY THE NEWARK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
These presentations are held in person at NSC and sponsored by the Newark Historical Society. Presentations are FREE, but seating is limited to 65 registrants. Register online at the links below. If you have questions, please email: NewarkDeHistoryMuseum@gmail.com. or call 302-224-2408 & leave a message. Messages are returned on Tuesdays and Fridays.
SEIZED IN SEPTEMBER: THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR COMES TO DE
Wednesday, Sept. 7th 7:00pm - 8:30 pm Have you ever wondered what happened in Delaware during the Revolutionary War? How did the British get from the Head of the Elk River to Chadds Ford for the Battle of the Brandywine? Kim Burdick is a specialist in Delaware History and folk culture, and audiences of all ages will be amazed to hear letters and writings by colonial Delawareans describing the arrival of the British army and the social upheaval it brought to our colony. LINK TO REGISTER: WWW.EVENTBRITE. COM/E/SEIZED-IN-SEPTEMBER-THEREVOLUTIONARY-WAR-COMES-TODELAWARE-TICKETS-371297419577
HISTORY OF THE WHITE CLAY CREEK
Wednesday, October 5th 7:00pm - 8:30pm An army of citizen activists in the 1960s created the White Clay Creek State Park and the contiguous White Clay Creek Preserve in Pennsylvania. The story of the confluence of factors that formed the parks is amazing, and little known. Jan Owens, author of the new book "History of the White Clay Creek," will speak about her research into the topic and share many images of the area. Jan will have copies of her book available for sale. LINK TO REGISTER: WWW.EVENTBRITE.COM/E/ HISTORY-OF-THE-WHITE-CLAY-CREEKTICKETS-371302966167
10 September 2022
COMMUNITY NEWS MEDICAL EQUIPMENT: BROOKSIDE LIONS CLUB
COMMUNITY SUPPORT GROUPS
Are you in need of medical equipment and don’t know where to get it? The Brookside Lions Club has the following equipment to give you to use until you don’t need it anymore: Wheelchairs, Canes, Crutches, Camodes, Raised Toilet Seats, Walkers, Shower chairs, and Bath tub side rails. Please call Fred Williamson (302)738-4724 and he will make sure you get what you need.
PARKINSON SUPPORT GROUP FOR PATIENT AND CAREGIVER
HEARING LOOP NOW AVAILABLE AT THE NSC. Please check with your hearing specialist
2nd Thursday of the month, 6:00pm Unity Lutheran Church, 2101 Lancaster Ave, Wilmington
3rd Monday of the month, 5:00pm Shipley Manor (302) 479-0111
DEMENTIA CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP Presented by Alzheimer's Association DE Valley
to see if your hearing aid is equipped with an enabled t-coil. The hearing loop sends pure clear sound directly from the sound system to your hearing aid. The hearing loop is available in the center section of the Evergreen room and in Classroom 1.
NEWARK COIN CLUB
2nd Monday of every month 6:00 - 9:00pm open to the public for more information, please contact Al: 302-388-9056
UP FRONT PRICING
NEW ROOF REPLACE OR REPAIR
HAM GRANT HOME REPAIRS
We are locally owned and operated. All prices are up front, fully estimated, not guesstimates. We do all general contracting and home repairs. REASONABLE, RELIABLE, AND RESPECTABLE SERVICE
Senior Citizen Discount
LASER-ASSISTED SURGERY NOW AVAILABLE.
Dr. Jeffrey Boyd Dr. Paul Mitchell
12 September 2022
Shop the Shoppe
Monday - Friday 10:00am - 1:00pm
Fall will soon be here, and we already have a variety of Seasonal Floral Arrangements to brighten up any table, door, or room; and smaller arrangements which will surely bring a smile to anyone's day.
Our selection of both Baby and Adult Afghans comes in a variety of colors and sizes. Speaking of babies, we also have Booties, Bibs, and Sweater sets, and they make perfect Keepsakes. We also have assorted printed “Burp Cloths” , which are perfect for new Mothers. Our Jewelry counters continue to offer a wide range of Earrings, Necklaces, and Bracelets. You are sure to find something for anyone… even you! Our Card Corner is always full of a variety of sentiments for all occasions. Please stop by and visit us soon!
Consignment Day: 1st Tuesday of every month 9:30am - 12:00noon
We are always looking for new Crafters, so please join us for our "Juried" Consignment Day, the first Tuesday of every month from 9:30 am to Noon.
MEETING OF MINDS
A Guided Group Experience for those with early stages of dementia or memory loss
Mondays - Fridays: 10:00am - 2:00pm An active, social and educational program for adults who are in the early stages of dementia, Alzheimer’s or any other cognitive impairments. Caregivers receive some respite time, knowing that their loved ones are in a positive & safe environment. Cost: $32/day
(billed at the end of the month)
INCLUDES: Lunch & Materials
Please inquire about available registration
NSC FALL SALE
to benefit the Newark Senior Center
October 27th - 30th Thursday, October 27th 5:00pm - 7:30pm Friday, October 28th 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday, October 29th 9:00am - Noon Food will be available each day Volunteers Needed! Planning Meeting Wednesday, October 5th at 10am
For more information please contact Laura Greene 737-2336 ext 124 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SWANK MEMORY CARE CENTER Delaware’s 1st and only comprehensive outpatient office for patients with memory disorders and their families - specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of memory disorders. The Swank Memory Care Center offers their patients and families the essential support, education, and guidance from diagnosis through treatment.
For more information, please call 320-2620 or visit www.christianacare.org/swankmemorycare
Calling all volunteers & those interested in learning more…We need help throughout October sorting clothes & during the 3-day sale. Attend this meeting to hear about different ways to help! If you would like to help, but cannot attend the meeting, please leave your name with Margaret Fraser, secretary.
Donations accepted in the lounge: Monday, Oct 3rd - Friday, Oct 21st
Used Book Sale: November 1st - 5th
14 September 2022
Kate's Fitness Korner by Kate Boettger,NSC Fitness Center Manager
Smoothies are a great and easy way to get
essential vitamins, a healthy dose of fruits and are incredibly easy to make and take for an on the go breakfast! This sweet blend of blueberries and peaches will have you feeling like it’s an endless summer as fall temperatures start approaching. Plus, you’ll get your daily dose of greens with nutrientrich kale. For the perfect touch, add in a touch of cinnamon at the end! In a blender, combine 1 cup chilled almond or vanilla soy milk, 4 slices of fresh or frozen peaches (about 1/2 cup), 1/4 cup blueberries, a handful of kale, and 1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon. Blend until smooth and enjoy!
LEND A HAND, SAVE A LIFE! HANDS ONLY CPR TRAINING
Wednesday, Sept 21st 10am - Noon Presenter: New Castle County Emergency Medical Services Bystander CPR is the most crucial link in the chain of survival where YOU can make a difference. Learn how to recognize the signs of cardiac arrest, how to activate 9-1-1, how to provide high-quality chest compressions, and all the steps necessary to save a life in just 2 hours. Class is limited to 24 people. Free – Must register.
THE ARTS ART WORKSHOPS BY CYNTHIA SWANSON
Fridays, 9:30am - 12noon Registration is mandatory (no walk-ins) and required 48 hours in advance . Bring your own supplies, questions about supplies will be discussed at the first class or call Cynthia at (302)290-9244. NSC Members Only. Afternoon sessions will NOT be offered
ADULT COLORING GROUP
Wednesdays 12:30pm No Cost - donations welcome Bring your own supplies & color with friends!
1st &3rd Monday of Every Month 10am This social group welcomes members to work SEPTEMBER: MINIATURES September 2nd - 30th Cost: $55(5 sessions) on their own quilting projects, swap quilting knowledge and share ideas. No Cost. Class will work smal in any medium they choose with their own supplies. Composition, ink SIT N STITCH techniques and colors will be discussed for the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 10:00am small format. Supplies: pigma black pen, .01 & .07, Group's emphasis is on producing donations smooth drawing paper or ink paper (smooth paper) to various community groups. Members are welcome to work on their own projects, share pattern ideas, or attend to learn new skills. We are WATERCOLORS WITH BRUCE SIMMONS currently accepting full skeins of yarn and cotton/ for in-person workshops, the instructor is asking quilting-type fabrics, flannel and fleece only. Please participants to be vaccinated & wear a mask, as well as bring a smart phone or tablet capable of utilizing Zoom. save all other sewing/crafting items until donations A list of materials is available from NSC or directly for a future flea market. Thank you. No Cost. from Bruce: Bruce.Simmons@Ranchero.com
BEGINNERS (IN PERSON ONLY)
Mondays, Sept 19, Oct 3, 17, 31 & Nov 14 5:30 - 7:30pm For those who have an interest – but modest to no experience – in painting with watercolor. Topics include brush techniques, color mixing, & elements of design. Typically, part of each session will include a demo, but majority of the time will be reserved for individual painting. Member Cost: $5, Non-member Cost: $15.
INTERMEDIATE (avail in person or via Zoom)
Tuesdays, Sept 20, Oct 4, 18, Nov 1 & 15 5:30pm-7:30pm For those who want to continue building capability & have previously attended at least 1 Beginner Watercolor Workshops Subject matter will principally be of the individual’s choosing. Ad hoc demos will be more aligned with individual needs. The intent is that this intermediate workshop will both support the participant’s artistic interests & develop his/her skills. Member Cost: $5, Non-member Cost: $15.
16 September 2022
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES “The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others will be the beginning of a happier life for ourselves.” — Helen Keller
VOLUNTEER DELAWARE 50+
NSC is a Volunteer DE 50+ station, if you are interested in becoming a member contact Yojani Carvajal-Ayala: 737-2336 ext. 129 or email@example.com. More info: 302-255-9690
NSC MONTHLY NEWSLETTER HANDOUTS
We are seeking volunteers to help handout the NSC Monthly Newsletter at the end of each month in the Lobby from 9AM- 11AM or 11AM1PM. For more information contact Yojani Carvajal-Ayala: 737-2336 ext. 129 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see date and time on the top of page 9. Walk-ins welcome!
Please contact Merrily Schiavone at email@example.com for more information.
MEETING OF MINDS PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS
We are looking for individuals to assist in our Meeting of Minds Program. Volunteers are asked to commit to 1 weekday/week from 9:30AM-2:15PM. As a volunteer for Meeting of Minds you can be a cheerleader, companion, and advocate! Volunteer responsibilities include assisting members with activities, creating a relaxing environment, and lunch set-up. For more information contact Yojani Carvajal-Ayala: 737-2336 ext. 129 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Training is provided. Background check required.
NSC NEWSLETTER ADVERTISING
Please patronize our advertisers and let them know you appreciate their support of NSC. That is the best way to thank them for your newsletter. If you would like information about advertising in the NSC Newsletter, please contact Merrily at (302)366-0681 or email@example.com
NONPROFIT PROJECT CONSULTANTS
Wednesday, September 14th 10:00am Meets 2nd Wednesday of each month Are you are a member of an existing nonprofit, thinking about starting one, a member of a club or social group and need some help? Then consider submitting a project request to NPC. Completed projects include: conducting volunteer satisfaction surveys, revising bylaws & updating procedure manuals, advising on board relations and policies, assisting with marketing plans, and more. Would you enjoy using your business skills or developing new ones to assist local nonprofits? Then consider joining NPC. Recipient of the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service. If you are interested, attend our next meeting or contact Jessica Feinberg at 737-2336 ext 113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GIFT SHOPPE VOLUNTEER
Volunteers handle sales of consigned items. Volunteers are expected to work 10 - 1 twice a month. Stop in the shoppe to leave your name and number! Training provided.
Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve meals during our NSC lunchtime as well as special events. For more information contact Chef Joey: 737-2336 ext. 117 or email@example.com.
We are searching for volunteers to cashier on a regular or substitute basis. Monday - Friday: 11:30AM-1PM. Training provided. For more information contact Chef Joey: 737-2336 ext. 117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEALS ON WHEELS DELIVERY
We are looking for regular or substitute drivers for several routes in the greater Newark area! Meals are delivered Monday through Friday and can be picked up between 10:30am-11am. Each route takes about an hour of your time. YOU can become a Meals on Wheels volunteer if you have a valid license, insured vehicle, and pass a background check. NSC delivers an average of 150 hot meals each day plus bagged suppers to homebound clients in the greater Newark area. YOU can help seniors continue to live independently in the community by delivering a healthy meal and friendly smile. Please, contact Stefanie Thomas for more information: 737-5747. Training is provided. Background check required.
We are seeking upbeat individuals with experience with computers and customer service to work at the NSC Reception Desk! Volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of one 3.5 hour shift every other week. Shifts are weekdays from 9AM–12:30PM or 12:30PM–4PM. Volunteers are responsible for giving tours of the Center, answering the phones, and using the computer to register people for memberships, activities, and classes. Please, contact Yojani Carvajal-Ayala: 737-2336 ext. 129 or email@example.com. Training is provided.
18 September 2022
Please sign up for trips as soon as possible and at least 40 days prior to the trip. Payments to the bus company and destinations are due & trips will be cancelled due to lack of registrations.
You can register for trips in person or by phone, Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
All trips depart from the North Entrance and are rain or shine
New trips cannot be registered for until the 1st of the month
Refunds will not be given for cancellations unless the seat can be resold. For trips costing less than $15, refunds will be issued in the form of credits.
Phone numbers & emergency contact information are required for all trip participants.
Individuals requiring assistance – NSC offers a wheel-chair lift for Jitney Jaunts only – please notify Receptionist when you make your reservation. Individuals requiring assistance to meet basic needs must travel with a companion. A reservation must be purchased for the companion to ensure seating.
JITNEY JAUNTS • Jitney Jaunts are local trips using the NSC bus & are limited to 16 passengers (12 person minimum). There are no tour guides on these trips. • When dining as a group, please keep in mind that some establishments will include a gratuity of up to 18%. Every effort is made to provide individual checks, but some restaurants cannot accommodate this request. If this is the case, checks will be provided for tables of 4. • Jitney Jaunts are for NSC Members only. DAY TRIPS • Payment in full is due at the time of registration. Phone reservations require credit card payment. • Please arrive 15 minutes before the published departure time.
EXTENDED TRIPS • Flyers are available in the lobby with full information on all the trips. • Deposits and completed reservation forms (available on flyers) are required upon registration of all extended trips. Final payment deadlines are listed on flyers. • Please arrive 30 minutes before published departure time. • NEW: We will only process deposits & insurance due at registration. All balances will be paid directly to travel agency.
SOLD OUT CHICAGO – DUTCH APPLE DINNER THEATRE – LANCASTER, PA Wednesday, Sept 7th
9:30am - 5:30pm
HUDSON RIVER VALLEY September 13th – 16th
LYRICS, LAKES AND GRAPES - THE FINGER LAKES October 3rd – 6th
2022 CHRISTMAS SHOW – HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS - AMERICAN MUSIC THEATRE Tuesday, Nov 8th
11:00am – 6:30pm
HOLLYWOOD CASINO, PERRYVILLE (JITNEY) Thursday October 13th, 9:00am - 4:00pm, Due to demand, a trip has been scheduled to the Hollywood Casino in Perryville, MD. Come ready to play! Seating is limited to 16. Register early! Cost: $20.00-Bus only.
SHADY MAPLE SMORGASBORD (JITNEY)
Thursday October 20th, 9:30am – 4:00pm, Discover the experience of dining at Lancaster County’s largest smorgasbord and enjoy delicious authentic PA Dutch Cooking. Seating is limited to 16. Register early! Cost: $20.00Bus only.
GREENBRIER HOTEL & CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA
CAPERS & LEMONS, WILMINGTON (JITNEY) December 13th – 16th
Double: $1,553pp Single: $1,974pp Deposit:$100pp; $140pp (deposit + bunker tour) Four days of beautiful and exciting travel as you learn about the world of Marjorie Merriweather Post in her lavish home filled with Russian imperial treasures, visit the great estate of Jefferson’s Monticello and for two days enjoy the comfort and splendor of the Greenbrier Hotel TROPICANA CASINO, ATLANTIC CITY, NJ dressed for Christmas. It’s all very beautiful and Tuesday, September 27th 9:15am – 6:00pm filled with interesting history. 8 meals included. Member Cost: $39pp Must complete Reservation Form. 4 SEASONS Non-Member Cost: $49pp must be fully vaccinated Enjoy round trip motorcoach transportation to Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. Receive IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE – TOBY’S DINNER $15pp in slot play (bonus subject to change THEATRE – COLUMBIA, MD at any time) - bring divers license/State ID to Wednesday, December 14th redeem bonus. Bring your Tropicana Rewards 8:00am - 5:30pm Card! Enjoy the Casino, boardwalk or a day on Member Cost: $117 Non-Member Cost: $127 the beach. CURRAN TRAVEL Based on the beloved 1946 film, this musical faithfully follows George Bailey’s life from his BACK BURNER, HOCKESSIN (JITNEY) childhood dreams to his midlife disappointments Thursday October 6th 11:15am - 2:00pm and beyond, as we all take a journey to discover Elegant country restaurant and tavern in a whether his life has mattered at all. Toby’s renovated barn atmosphere. The restaurant, original adaptation breathes musical life into a tavern and cafe is a local favorite. People travel familiar story, while retaining the warmth and to the restaurant just to have the famous humor of the original. A new holiday classic Pumpkin Mushroom Soup and Mideast for subscribers and newcomers alike. Enjoy a Flatbread. Seating is limited to 16. Register matinee performance at Toby’s Dinner Theatre, a early! Cost: $10.00-Bus only. unique venue provides each guest with a dynamic Thursday Sept 22nd 11:00am - 2:00pm Capers & Lemons is a contemporary Italian restaurant in Wilmington where timeless offerings are respectfully reinvented with a current touch and a skillful hand. Seating is limited to 16. Cost: $10.00-Bus only.
20 September 2022
interactive experience and a great view. We will enjoy a wonderful luncheon buffet, followed by the performance. Price includes motorcoach transportation, admission, tax and tips. Limited handicap accessibility. CURRAN TRAVEL
MOSES – SIGHT & SOUND THEATRE – LANCASTER, PA
Wednesday, March 22nd 8:45am – 5:15pm Member Cost: $158 Non-Member Cost: $168 We begin our day at the Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre for the showing of Moses. From the banks of the Nile River to the depths of the Red Sea, MOSES is a spectacular entertainment experience for the whole family! Set adrift as a baby, he is an unlikely hero — until God calls him to lead His people out of Egypt and into the Promised Land. Journey with Moses as he ventures through the wilderness, encounters God at the burning bush, and ascends to the top of Mount Sinai. Experience one of the Bible’s most epic stories as MOSES comes to life with massive sets, special effects, and live animals in this original stage production. Then off to a family style luncheon at the Hershey Farms Restaurant before departing home. CURRAN TRAVEL
April 29th - May 8, 2023 Double: $3,479pp Single: $4,079 Deposit $600 – no insurance, $899 with insurance per person due upon registration Our tour takes you to the Algarve, the southern most region of Portugal with a coastline of crystal clear water, stunning cliffs plunging into the rocky waves below, awe-inspiring vistas and historical architecture. Overnight flight from Philadelphia into Lisbon for touring and enjoying Cascais, your home for 3 nights. You'll love the perfect town of Obidos, and Sinatra! Portugal has a charming countryside and where you’ll learn about the country, Portuguese tapestries, a cork factory and Evora, another delightful city. The Algarve and its beauty will amaze you. Don't let this travel opportunity go by! 8 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 dinners included. Roundtrip transportation to Philadelphia Airport included. Must complete Reservation Form. 4 SEASONS - must be fully vaccinated
AARP SMART DRIVER COURSES AARP's Driver Safety program continues to monitor rates of Covid transmission. In our case, New Castle County must be declared by the CDC as having a low or moderate risk of Covid transmission. AARP continues to monitor the CDC data. Take AARP Defensive Driving online: www.aarpdriversafety.org Online Cost: $23.95 AARP members $29.95 Non-AARP Members AARP Smart Driver is excited to announce the course is FREE to individuals who are current plan holders of the AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan from UnitedHealthcare. Visit: www.aarp.org/freecourse
AARP DRIVER SAFETY VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS AARP Driver Safety has developed four on-line workshops for your benefit. Each is free, conducted via Zoom, and open to all. • Smart DriverTEK: highlights the important of and how to use new vehicle safety technologies • Using App-Based Ridesharing Services: how to use apps like Uber and Lyft to get a ride safely • CarFit: reviews how to get a proper fit in your vehicle • We Need to Talk: offers guidance on how to have a conversation with a loved one about limiting or stopping driving
Register for the event(s) of your choosing at aarp.org/DriverSafetyVirtual then scroll to an event and click on “more details”. The link and information to join the virtual workshop are provided in the registration confirmation email and in the event reminder emails sent by AARP. All registration is handled by AARP, NOT NSC
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HOME REPAIR INFORMATION HOME REPAIR PROGRAM FOR CITY OF NEWARK RESIDENTS - serves residents who
are unable to make the needed repairs on their homes. The program is funded by a Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Applicants must be at least 62 years old, a resident of the City of Newark, live in an owneroccupied home and meet income eligibility. For more information, call 737-2336, ext. 112. Please note: Applications being accepted for this Program include City of Newark Residents only. If, however, you pay your electric utilities to Delmarva Power, you would apply to the County Home Repair Program at (302)395-5698.
PERMITS AND CONTRACTORS – If you are
contemplating any renovation work in your home, please contact the City of Newark or New Castle County (or other local government) to ask if your project requires a permit. Please contact Brian Daring, City of Newark 366-7075 or Joe Day, New Castle County, 395-5519 for information.
THE ARCHITECTURAL ACCESSIBILITY PROGRAM For more information, please
contact New Castle County Department of Community Services at (302) 395-5648.
Coming Late 2022:
SENIOR LIVING | MEMORY CARE
The Vero is now accepting visitors! Be among the ﬁrst to learn about Newark’s newest senior living community, The Vero, at our information center. See the ﬂoor plans, meet the team, and enjoy refreshments. Expect the exceptional with: • Senior living and memory care services
• PrimeFit Wellness™ program
• Full-service dining featuring seasonal
• Travel by Leisure Care full-service agency
menus • Calendar of fun and engaging programs, events, and activities
• Daily transportation • Weekly housekeeping • Pet-friendly services
The information center has ofﬁcially opened! Visit us daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm to reserve your spot on our Priority Waitlist and ﬁll out our membership application to join the Founders Club. Contact us at (302) 396-9716 or visit TheVeroAtNewark.com for more information.
CALL (302) 396-9716 OR VISIT THEVEROATNEWARK.COM TO LEARN MORE. 924 BARKSDALE ROAD, NEWARK, DE 19711
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CLUBS & GROUPS CARDS & GAMES
CHINESE LANGUAGE & CULTURAL CLUB
Beginners, Tuesdays 1:00 - 2:00pm Led by: Dick Hugh, 368-7990 firstname.lastname@example.org Advanced, Tuesdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm Led by: Charles Strickler, 690-1841, email@example.com Beginners are welcome to stay for the entire session. Practice speaking, writing Chinese Mandarin and cultural aspects of the language. The club is open to anyone interested in the language. Experienced and non experienced are welcome. Learn from each other and on occasion be assisted by native speakers.
2nd & 4th Mon of every month
ROMEO (RETIRED OLD MEN EATING OUT)
3rd Thursdays 12noon We meet in person at various local restaurants chosen each month by the members. We meet virtually via SYKPE, the remaining Thursdays at 11am. Notice of meetings and the chosen restaurant are emailed out each Wednesday. To join this friendly, welcoming group please contact Fred Zell at 302-283-1475 or firstname.lastname@example.org We need your email address to keep you in the loop.
Mondays 9:30am – Noon Purchase your Mahjongg card by calling Janet 737-4099. A portion of each purchase is donated to NSC.
12:30pm – 4:00pm
RUMMIKUB, SCRABBLE & BOARD GAMES
Mondays 1:00pm – 4:00pm Fridays 12:30pm - 4:00pm Learn to Play Rummikub with Helen Fridays, 12:30pm
Tuesdays & Fridays
12:30 – 4:00pm
all levels welcome...beginner - advanced Wednesdays 12:30 – 4:00pm
Wednesdays Cost: $.25/card
12:45pm - 1:45pm
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Tuesdays cancelled 9/13 10:00am Fridays 9:30am - Noon Your chance to meet with others and discuss a DUPLICATE BRIDGE variety of topics including travel, history, news and more! All are welcome. Fridays 12:15pm If you have any questions, please contact Marge or Frank Clark: 302-737-5591.
Vintage Clothing Cleanouts Downsizing • Moving • Assisted Living Bulk • Estate • Women’s & Men’s
1920’s - 1980’s Clothing, Accessories, Shoes, Costume Jewelry (302) 367-8880 Vintage Clothing Cleanouts vintageclothingcleanouts.com email@example.com
NSC GOLF LEAGUE
Tuesday, September 13th 10:00am Meets the Second Tuesday of Every Month April - October For more information contact Jeff Munsch firstname.lastname@example.org
ZOOM BIBLE STUDY
GENEALOGY DISCUSSION GROUP
TUESDAY BIBLE STUDY
NSC CHORUS / SONGBIRDS
Mondays, September 12th – December 5th 10:00am Presenter: Ronetta Matthews https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/ register/tZYpduihrzMvHdEDhzr-kmBZkL9wfiiMdS7 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Tuesdays Resuming on September 13th.
Wednesday, September 28th 10:00am Join our monthly conversation about genealogy. Learn how to discover, preserve and organize your family history and its treasures. The group also shares successes and brainstorms solutions to problems. There is much opportunity for family sleuthing success! To be added to our mailing list or for questions, send an email to email@example.com.
10:00 am Thursdays, 10:00am Enjoy singing and sharing music-come join the The NSC SongBirds---no audition required. BOOK GROUP When NOT PERFORMING at various local Monday, September 12th 10:30am facilities, rehearsals are held Thursdays from Do you enjoy reading? Do you sometimes think 10:00am to 11:30am. Cost: $4 monthly fee it would be fun to compare your feelings about a book you read with someone else? If the answer Swing City Band Practice is “yes”, to any of these questions, please join us! Tuesdays, 12:30pm Guests and new members are ALWAYS welcome. Oompah Band Practice 9/12 - Learning to See by Elise Hooper Fridays, 1:15pm 10/3 - Run, Rose, Run by D. Parton and J. KNOCKOUT STYLE WII BOWLING Patterson 11/7- All the Stars in the Heavens by Adriana TOURNAMENT Mondays, October 10th – 24th 1pm Trigiani Coordinator: Adam Bacot, Humana Come and play this fun and social knockout SCRIBBLERS CLUB Wednesdays, September 7th & 21st 10:00am style Wii Bowling Tournament The tournament Co-chairs: Sallie Mae Pierce & Marian M. Fay will be 3 rounds over 3 weeks with the highest scorers Location: Classroom near the South Entrance. We advancing each week. Prizes are pleased to see our members returning and will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, we welcome the curious or anyone with poems, and 3rd place! No Cost. Prestories or artwork to share. Your contributions registration Not Required. may be published in the scribbler’s journal that comes out seasonally for the NSC library. Your contributions for the next journal need to be submitted by October 19, 2022. Email submissions GRACE DEAF SOCIAL CLUB are welcome. Send them to Marian Fay at Meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month firstname.lastname@example.org 10:00am Grace Deaf Ministry welcomes Deaf people from Delaware and neighboring states to gather Many thanks to the various clubs and for social activities. Various activities will be groups who donate to the Center on a available. Sign language will be the only form of regular basis. Your contributions help to communication during these gatherings. NSC membership required. support the Center's mission.
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Moving forward to reﬂect that we deal in technology beyond just computers, the Newark Senior Center Computer Club is becoming the Newark Senior Center Technology Club.
WWW.NSCSURFERS.ORG WHO WE ARE
We are a group of Senior Center members who like to help other seniors learn about technology. We are not a techie group, just volunteers who enjoy learning new things and helping others learn. Over 200 members with varying levels of technology experience, from all walks of life, are eager to help others.
WHAT WE DO
We train you on the use of lab resources, including document, photo and slide scanning; converting different types of video to a DVD or digital format; & help with problems with devices (computer, tablet, camera, smartphone).
WHAT WE OFFER
We offer programs and classes for all levels of experience. Monday afternoon labs for club members offer oneon-one help with a more experienced club member. Thursday afternoon programs offer a variety of speakers on the latest technology. We also offer open lab sessions for Senior Center members on Mondays and Tuesdays.
HOW TO JOIN
You must be a member of the Newark Senior Center to become a member of the computer club. Stop by the computer lab when it is open and someone will provide you a brochure listing all the benefits and offer a membership form to complete. After you join, you will be offered classes, free instruction and free advice for your devices. You will also have the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. The membership form can be found on our website at: https://nscsurfers.org. Cost to join: $5 per year, July 1 to June 30
Upcoming Events...Mark Your Calendars!
Technology Club Board Meeting: September 1st, 10:00am - 12noon THURSDAY PRESENTATIONS IN CLASSROOM 1 & 2 1:00 - 2:30pm Thursday, September 1st: Bob Bloom - Bob's Bytes Thursday, September 8th: Charles Schultheiss - The Benefits of Vitamin D Thursday, September 15th: TBA Thursday, September 22nd: Neal Lerner - Our New Website Thursday, September 29th: Doug Irish - Apple Products IN PERSON COMPUTER LAB OPEN SESSIONS: Mondays & Tuesdays, 12:00 - 3:00pm You must preregister through Newark Senior Center. Attendance is limited.
WANT TO LEARN HOW TO SET UP ZOOM? STOP BY THE LAB WHEN IT IS OPEN AND SOMEONE WILL HELP YOU.
VIEW PAST THURSDAY AFTERNOON PROGRAMS: http://nscsurfers.blogspot.com/
CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
unless otherwise noted, you must have a valid NSC membership to attend classes & workshops
NSC invites speakers on a variety of topics to share their views & expertise with our members. NSC does not endorse these views and encourages participants to draw their own conclusions. If you have ideas or concerns about programming, please contact Katie Rivera, Program Director at 737-2336 ext. 119 or email@example.com
ADVANCED FUNERAL PLANNING
3rd Wednesday of Every Month 2:00pm Presenter: Scott Bowler, R.T. Foard & Jones Funeral Home and Crematory Pre-registration required 9/21 - Veteran’s Burial Benefits Did you know the VA provides up to $16,000 worth of burial benefits? The Veteran’s Affairs are fabulous about providing our Veterans, (and their spouses), with the help they deserve, but not so great at telling them what those benefits are or how to claim them. Come learn exactly what you are entitled to and how to take full advantage of those benefits. Also, a chance to ask everything you ever wanted to know from a funeral director, but were too afraid to ask! 10/19 - Cremation 101 Everything you ever wanted to know about cremation (and, sorry to say, a few things you didn’t want to know)!! Come learn some tips and tricks for pre-planning cremation services. You’ll be surprised by everything you didn’t know! We will even finish the class with a video tour of the crematory itself! 11/16 – Funeral Finances If it includes $$$, we’ll talk about it! How to read a funeral home price list, how to compare pricing, and what else to consider. Why do “Direct Cremation” prices vary SO much? All the different ways to pay for funeral services. Hidden charges and how to avoid them. What does it cost to bring someone “home”. The different ways to “prepay” for services. And anything else that comes up!
Monday, September 19th 10:00am Pre-registration is required Now announcing Estate Downsizing Services!! Joseph Piane, owner of Assorted Past Antiques, is a professional purchaser of gold, silver, watches, antiques & collectibles, with a special eye for military items. Paying some of the area's highest prices for precious metals, estate jewelry and vintage watches (working or not). Fully licensed by State of Delaware & Delaware State Police and accredited through the Better Business Bureau. No Cost. 24 hour advance registration required.
INTRO TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL)
Thursdays, September 8th October 13th 11:15am-12:15pm Instructor: Karen Miller American Sign Language is a beautiful language. It is becoming more and more popular. Why should you learn ASL? Learning a second language stimulates your brain. You can communicate underwater, chat at a movie or the library, talk through a closed window, communicate easily in noisy place without shouting, "yell" to the other end of the room. It is the most accessible language for deaf and hard of hearing people. Communicate with people with one or more disabilities, degenerative diseases, autism, speech impairment. You surely have your own good reasons for learning about ASL whether it be to satisfy your curiosity, explore a unique language, meet new people. There may be many reasons to get started but you will find that there are even more reasons to stick with it. Cost: $5 members $15 non-members. Registration Required.
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VIRTUAL NSC Visit https://newarkseniorcenter.com/virtualnsc/ to register for the classes you are interested in. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information to join the meeting.
ZOOM BIBLE STUDY
Mondays, September 12th – December 5th 10:00am Presenter: Ronetta Matthews https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/ register/tZYpduihrzMvHdEDhzr-kmBZkL9wfiiMdS7 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
WRITERS OF COLOR BOOK CLUB
3rd Thursdays of each month Thursday, September 15th 3:00pm This group will be reading novels written by people of color in an effort to diversify our reading experiences. Books for the fall include: September 15th: In Order to Live by Yeonmi Park October 20th: A Way Out of No Way by Rapheal Warnock November 17th: Lies My Teacher Told Me by James Loewen This class will meet virtually on Google Meet: Meet.google.com/gbw-giop-ten
THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN AMERICA
3rd Tuesday of the month beginning October 18, 2022 3-4pm As requested by members, NSC will be offering an 8-month guest lecture/discussion series via Zoom. Mae Gaskins, EdD, Vice President, Board of Directors, Newark Senior Center will introduce each speaker/discussion leader. https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/ tZUrdu-ppjkrGdDSJVjG1lgvvXTt8LoVBukh 10/18: The Black Family: Representation, Identity & Diversity E. Frances White, PhD Professor Emerita of History & Black Studies, New York University
11/15: The Crisis in Black Education Theodore J. Davis, PhD Professor, Dept. of Political Science & International Relations, University of Delaware NO PROGRAM OFFERED IN DECEMBER 1/17: Black Health & Wellness Regina S. Wright, PhD, FGSA Professor & Associate Dean for Diversity, College of Health Sciences, University of Delaware 2/21: African American Women & the Vote Alison Parker, PhD Chair & Richards Professor of American History; Co-Chair, UD Antiracism Initiative, University of Delaware
3/21: Civil Rights in America Earl Smith, PhD Professor, Women & Gender Studies, University of Delaware April - June topics TBA
HUMANA EDUCATIONAL SERIES 3rd Thursday of Every Month Presenter: Adam Bacot, Humana Pre-registration required
9/15 - Protect Yourself Against Scams We will discuss facts about scams, top scams to watch out for, what to do if you’re a victim of a scam and tips to protect yourself. 10/20 - Organic Foods, To Buy or Not to Buy The pros and cons of eating organic, which organic foods to focus on and tips to help make organic foods fit into your budget.
11/17 - Protein: Are you Getting Enough? This presentation will look at the fundamentals of protein in your diet. We will discuss the recommended amount of protein, healthy sources of protein and tips to help you get enough. 12/15 - Housing Options for Older Adults We will look at how to determine if staying at home is an option, how to identify and assess what your options are and tips for finding the help you need in your community.
DIABETES SELF-MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
Mondays, September 12th – October 17th 1:00pm – 3:30pm More knowledge about managing diabetes can: Help you prevent and/or delay health complications. Improve your hemoglobin A1C (average blood sugar reading). Help you make better food choices and lose weight. Help you better control your glucose levels through exercise and stress management. Help you communicate better with your health care providers. No Cost. Register by calling 302990-0522; online at healthydelaware.org/ SelfManagement or email us at DPHSMP@Delaware.gov
NUTRITION: FALL FLAVORS
The following presentations are sponsored by the Delaware Humanities Forum. There is no cost to attend. Please registerat at the Reception Desk.
FAKE NEWS, FRAUD, AND HONEST ERROR: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BELIEF
Monday, September 19th 10:00am Presenter: Joan DelFattore How do we decide what we believe, and what we don’t believe? Drawing on philosophical, psychological, and legal resources – and avoiding partisan politics – this talk outlines a few of the unconscious factors that influence the way humans reach conclusions and make decisions.
Tuesday, November 1st 1:00pm Presenter: Nancy Lynch When American troops in Vietnam answered the call to correspond with a young reporter four decades ago, they could not have envisioned the enduring relevancy of their war letters or the rich legacy their words, photographs and memorabilia would leave to succeeding generations. Ms. Lynch discusses and reads selected war letters from her book, Vietnam Mailbag, Voices From the War: 1968-1972, based on her popular newspaper column, “Nancy’s Vietnam Mailbag.” She is accompanied by Vietnam veteran Rick Lovekin, a Huey helicopter door gunner, Cobra crew chief and frequent letter writer to Nancy, who shows slides from Vietnam set to 1960s music.
Tuesday, September 13th 1:00pm Presenter: Sarah Bridge, CNS, LDN, MS, First State Health & Wellness In this fun and engaging program, Sarah will talk about the benefits of fall’s in-season produce, key nutrients that play a role in common fall dishes, and key tips for whole-body wellness as we say goodbye to summer and hello to cooler weather. Also, leave the program with a fun new recipe perfect for cool fall nights! No Cost. Please Register at Reception Desk.
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RESOURCE CENTER ANIKA TURNER
SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER Office Hours: Mondays - Fridays, 8:30am - 12:30pm, available by phone & email daily • Serves individuals and families faced with life transitions: residence, employment, loss, Medicare counseling, legal, referrals • Connects individuals and family members to appropriate community resources CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER is a program of CARE DELAWARE & DSAAPD • Provides services, support and resources for family caregivers • Free and open to the public. • Individual or group consultation via phone, email or by appointment. Please call 737-2336 ext 112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
COMMUNITY LEGAL AID SOCIETY, INC. ELDER LAW PROGRAM
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS & WEBSITES SOCIAL SECURITY
SENIOR MEDICARE PATROL (800)223-9074 NCC REGISTER OF WILLS
DELAWARE VOLUNTEER LEGAL SERVICE (302)478-8680 DELAWARE MEDICARE ASSISTANCE BUREAU "DMAB” (800)336-9500 SENIOR ROLL CALL LIFELINE(302)395-8159 The New Castle County Police Senior Roll Call Lifeline is a telephone reassurance program that offers daily contact to senior citizens residing in New Castle County. Residents interested in enrollment need to meet one of the following requirements: • Over age 55, single and/or married couples who live alone and have no daily contact with friends or relatives. • Have a disability that inhibits mobility and have no daily contact with friends or family. • Are without a person to conduct daily check on their well being.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS namidelaware.org (888) 427-2643 Please call: 302-575-0660 FOOD: The Legal Society provides Legal Services to • HIS Food Ministry: 525-2424 Delawareans who are age 60+ or persons with disabilities. Services include drafting of powers of • Amazing Grace Outreach Food Pantry: 777-7791 • Food Bank of Delaware: 444-8129 attorney and advance health care directives. OTHER: • First State Community Action – Senior Delaware’s Weatherization Companion Program : (302)498-0454 Assistance Program, or WAP, is • Legal Handbook for DE: designed to help homeowners and www.legalhandbookforolderdelawareans.com tenants lower their energy bills while increasing their comfort and the real good news is that this service is no cost to income-eligible applicants. Please call us at 302-504-6111 or FREE SMOKE DETECTORS available for the email Colette Davis – hearing impaired. Call (302)257-3069 or email email@example.com Brian.Ferguson@state.de.us. Offered by the Delaware State Fire Marshall.
$TAND BY ME
UP FRONT PRICING
DRIVEWAY Sealers & Repair
Coal tar • Emulsion • Water-base • Oil • Crack Repair • Hand-Applied or Sprayed
Sealing • Coating • Repairs • Patching Sidewalks • Patios • All Surfaces
HAM GRANT Home Repairs
We are locally owned and operated. All prices are up front, fully estimated, not guesstimates. We do all general contracting and home repairs. No job too big or too small.
REASONABLE, RELIABLE, AND RESPECTABLE SERVICE
Military Discount Senior Citizen Discount
Are you financially ready for retirement? Have you already retired and are having trouble managing your money and covering your expenses? The $tand By Me 50+ program provides information, resources and support to increase the economic stability of Delawareans age 50+. 1on1 sessions with a certified Financial coach aim to meet goals of financial stabilization and empowerment. Coaches provide education, support and guidance through a process largely driven by you. Coaching focuses on behavior change and empowering individuals to find their own answers. Included is Economic Check Up, a screening tool provided through the National Council on Aging that identifies benefits that could save you money, finds ways to cut expenses and develops a concrete plan to achieve greater economic security. All services are FREE! To schedule an appointment, In New Castle
County (302)651-3401 or (302)651-3427.
DELAWARE VOLUNTEER LEGAL SERVICES
provides Estate Planning: wills, power of attorney & living wills. You must meet federal poverty income standards to participate. Call Delaware Volunteer Legal Services 478-8680 for more information.
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MEALS ON WHEELS
Delivers a hot, nutritious midday meal MondayFriday to qualifying clients. Meals are prepared fresh daily in NSC’s kitchen and delivered to homebound clients by dedicated volunteers.
WHO QUALIFIES FOR MEALS ON WHEELS? Individuals are age 60+ and/or
physically disabled; they may be homebount, unable to prepare an adequate meal, have a chronic disease or condition, be recovering from an illness or injury, or be very frail & lacking family support.
HOW DO I ARRANGE TO RECEIVE MEALS? For meal delivery in the City of Newark, call NSC at 737-5747. For meal delivery in the Greater Newark area, call City Fare Nutrition Program: 421-3734 General Information about Meals on Wheels can be obtained by calling Meals on Wheels Delaware: (302)656-3257
HOW MUCH DOES THIS SERVICE COST?
Clients make a donation toward the cost of their meals based on their individual financial situation. Meals on Wheels staff work with clients to establish suggested donation levels.
HOW DO I PAY FOR MEALS?
Your Meals on Wheels provider will send a monthly statement to the client or designated family member showing how many meals the client received and what the donation should be.
WHO CAN REFER A PERSON FOR MEALS ON WHEELS? Anyone can refer another
individual for Meals on Wheels - Family members, friends, caregivers, churches, doctors, nurses...
Partial funding received from City of Newark, United Way & Meals on Wheels DE For more information, please contact Stefanie Thomas, 737-5747.
WHO’S WATCHING YOUR HOUSE? Free Installation
• 3 doors monitored • motion detectors • 1 keypad (wireless) • monthly monitoring approx $1/day • no landline required • no subcontracting cameras & surveillance services available
Contact Greyson Horan for free consultation
firstname.lastname@example.org 267-258-8544 licensed • bonded • registered • drug tested • insured
NSC SUPPORT GROUPS CHANGING PATHWAYS
HEARING LOSS SUPPORT GROUP - HLADE
Thursday, September 8th 10:00am Facilitators: Linda Heller & Jeanne Oliver, Hearing Loss Association of Delaware The Hearing Loss Association of Delaware(HLADE) offers help & hope to people with hearing loss & their families. Meets the 2nd Thursday of every month from 10am-11:30am. FAMILY CAREGIVER INFORMATION & We welcome all who have questions about SUPPORT GROUP technology or living with hearing loss. Hearing Thursday, September 8th 10:00am Loop now available. Meeting available in person Facilitator: Anika Turner or online. Group discussions focus on sharing information, MAIN STREET CIRCLE OF FRIENDS sympathy, laughter and coping skills. We invite Wednesday, September 14th 12 noon guest speakers on topics such as: how to deal with a person with dementia, caregiver relief, and Meets 2nd Wednesday of Every Month For more information, call Sara Cavanaugh financial planning. 737-4694. Delaware Chapter of the Multiple *NEW* CAREGIVER TELEPHONE SUPPORT Sclerosis Society Wednesdays, September 7th & 21st 11:00am Facilitated by: Melissa Boris, Spicer Mullikin For women who are coping with changes in their bodies, families and life circumstances as they move beyond middle age. We learn and laugh together as we share our joys and sorrows.
Every 3rd Friday 10:45 am-11:30 am This support group is conducted over the telephone via conference call technology to accommodate busy schedules and eliminate the difficulty of traveling to a meeting site. Caregivers are connected to other caregivers to share encouragement, helpful tips and empathy. Please join us. CALL 1 (425) 436-6200 When prompted enter the access 818172
Did You Know?
Donating your Required Minimum Distribution to a qualified 501 ( c ) 3 like the Newark Senior Center reduces your taxable income. Contact Jessica Feinberg, Development Director at 302-737-2336 ext 113 or email@example.com for more information.
VISION SUPPORT GROUP
Third Tuesday of every month Tuesday, September 20th 9:30am Facilitator: Patti Addison, Blind/Sight DE. For more information please call 302-998-5913.
WIDOWED SENIORS: PATHWAYS THROUGH GRIEF
Thursdays, September 1st & 15th 11:00am Facilitated by: Melissa Boris, Spicer Mullikin Men and women who have experienced the death of a spouse or life partner. Death may be recently or long ago. Learn to cope with the realities of life as a single person and to anticipate a future that includes meaning and joy.
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RECREATION ACTIVITIES LET'S DANCE
Thursdays 3:00 - 5:00pm Join our festive dance party each week in the Evergreen Ballroom. Come to dance, socialize, share a snack, and/or listen to great music and watch others dance. Waltz, Polka, Rumba, Swing, Fox Trot, etc....we have Big Band, Latin and up-to-date dance music. We also feature various simple line dances (no partner needed). You can also make song suggestions! Free, but small donations are appreciated to help with paper supplies for snacks and to give to NSC
T, Th & F All levels of play welcome!
12:30 - 2:30pm
HORSESHOES (WEATHER PERMITTING)
F: 10:00am Meet on the North side of the building at the horseshoe court. If you have your own horseshoes, the pits are available any time. No Cost.
WALK OUR LAND
T: 9:00am If weather is too challenging, we will walk at Christiana Mall. For more information, call Bev Handler (302) 368-4045 or Betty Fly (302)834-8141. “G” or “JH” indicates where we walk the following Thursday (Glasgow or James Hall).
SEPTEMBER 6th - Mike Castle Trail - Meet in parking lot - JH 13th - Wilmington Waterfront - Meet by the double cranes -G 20th - Paper Mill Park - Meet in Parking Lot - JH 27th - Chesapeake City - Meet at Schaeffer's Restaurant - G OCTOBER 4th - Tweed Park - Meet in Parking Lot - JH 11th - Folk Memorial Park - Meet at Parking Lot - G 18th - DelCastle Park - Meet in front of courthouse - JH 25th - Battery Park - Meet in Parking Lot - G
FITNESS CENTER Managed by Cardio Kinetics - a National Leader in Corporate Preventative Medicine HOURS
Mondays - Friday: 7:00am - 3:00pm Reserve your Fitness Center time slot at www.newarkseniorcenter.com or by phone at 302-737-2336
Monthly: $27 • Quarterly: $75 • Annual: $275 New Fitness Center members are required to purchase a Quarterly Fitness Center Membership ($75) and provide either a note from your Physician or participate in an Exercise Assessment at Cardio Kinetics ($20 fee). After the initial 3 month membership, you can choose to pay monthly, quarterly or annually. Your fitness membership includes: Personalized Plan • Instruction & Recommendation on Exercise Equipment • Optional Fitness Assessment • Blood Pressure & Heart Rate Checks • Monthly Health Topics • Educational Handouts • Incentives & Challenges to Keep Fitness Fun!
GUIDELINES FOR THE FITNESS CENTER
• Fitness Center members must pre-register for an hour in the Fitness Center. Registration is limited to 2 weeks at a time. • Please park outside the Fitness Center & use that door to access the Fitness Center at your appointed time. • We suggest you bring only your keys, a water bottle & perhaps a towel. Please leave as much as possible in your vehicle. • Blood pressures and heart rates will be taken upon request.
POOL & GROUP EXERCISE MEMBERSHIP one fee pays for unlimited group exercise classes & full access to the pool (including aquatic classes and visits to the pool) monthly: $45 quarterly: $125 annual: $450 PAY PER CLASS: $8 each
Pay $8 per exercise class or pool visit when you register to attend a specific time slot. Pre-registration is still required. There will be no refunds or credits issued for these fees Scholarships are still available. Expiration dates can be extended for cases of vacation or illness, just see a staff member. If you have blocks left on your workout ticket from prior to NSC shutdown, please see a staff member who can credit your account accordingly. If you had an active Fitness Class Pass when the Center closed, you should have a credit on your account.
THERAPEUTIC POOL & GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES
YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR ALL POOL VISITS & GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES AQUACISE
M, W, F: 8am, 9am T, Th: 1pm Jump right into our aqua classes and build cardiovascular fitness and strength. Just like swimming, our water aerobics classes are easy on your joints, yet challenging enough to help you reach new levels of fitness. Because of their low-impact format, water aerobics classes are suitable for every age and fitness level, from beginning exercisers through elite athletes. Tone and sculpt your body with no impact to your joints. This popular water aerobics workout is a swimming blend of cardio and resistance training, and may incorporate resistance tools such as buoyant water weights and noodles.
NEW! AQUATIC AGELESS EXERCISE M, W, F: 10:30am
You are as young as you feel! Feel fantastic as you resistance train to help improve your strength and endurance. Enhance your flexibility, muscle strength, and cardiovascular fitness through a variety of exercises to develop a healthier you. Prevent muscle loss, promote joint mobility, prevent bone loss and help retain your independence as you work out in this class for the Ageless! Suitable for all fitness levels. Come experience the benefits of exercising in the water and meet new friends!!
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DVD - Self-Instructed M - F: 10:15am Exercise is one of our defenses against many problems that are associated with aging. It improves flexibility and range of motion, improves muscle strength and helps protect joints.
CHAIR STRENGTH TRAINING
Training by Liz Abundant Life Coaching, LLC TH: 9:00am A low-impact class that can be done while seated in a chair. Listening to music, we will exercise our way to stronger bodies, healthier minds, and a way of life that promotes positive thinking and a hope for improved quality of life.
CHAIR STRENGTH & TONING
Training by Liz Abundant Life Coaching, LLC M: 11:15am This total body conditioning class utilizes a chair focuses on strengthening muscles and bones while improving flexibility and range of motion. Safe exercises are performed seated
and standing as you are able, with modifications provided which tailor the class to suit individual needs. Enjoy this low-impact workout set to music and experience such benefits as improved heart and lung health, mobility, endurance, circulation, stability, mood, relaxation, pain management, and reduced stiffness.
COUNTRY LINE DANCE BY JIM DAWSON, DJ EXPRESS
W: 2:30pm - 4:00pm Learn traditional and newer country line dances. Beginners and more experienced dancers welcome. New dancers, please arrive 10 -15minutes before your 1st class.
T, Th, F: 8:45am This low impact, modified version of the Jazzercise Dance fitness program provides 60 minutes of warm up, cardio, strength and stretch.
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Mondays - Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm Schedule your time slots for the pool at www.newarkseniorcenter.com or by phone at 302-737-2336
DAILY POOL SCHEDULE
12:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm
Aquacise (M, W, F) Open Swim/1 Lap Lane (T, Th) Aquacise (M, W, F) Open Swim/1 Lap Lane (T, Th) Water Volleyball Aquatic Ageless Exercise (M, W, F) Open Swim/1 Lap Lane (T, Th) Lap Swim Open Swim/1 Lap Lane (M, W, F) Aquacise (T, Th) Pool Closes
GUIDELINES FOR THE POOL & GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES • All class sizes and time slots are limited. You must pre-register to attend. Registration is limited to 2 weeks at a time. • Please do your best to respect social distancing.
• Participants are required to bring their own equipment to group exercise classes: mats, hand weights etc.
Monday - Friday 12noon - 1:00pm Pool will have 3 lap lanes set up for swimming or walking.
NEW! MEDITATION GROUP
Rev. Anton Grosz, PhD TH: 11:30am Experience a variety of individual self-centering meditation practices and be part of a group meditation session designed to bring inner peace and comfort into the crazy world we live in. No prior experience needed. Non-denominational. Easy to do. Emotionally beneficial. For believers, atheists, and everyone in between. Guaranteed to improve your day.
OPEN SWIM/1 LAP LANE M, W, F: 1:00pm T, TH: 8am, 9am, 10:30am
These time slots are for people who can enjoy aquatic exercise next to those who wish to lap swim. The center lane will be available for laps, the side lanes will be available for wall stretches.
Training by Liz Abundant Life Coaching, LLC T: 9:00am • TH: 10:15am This mindful mat class will strengthen your “Powerhouse”: abs, back, hips, buttocks, and thighs. Develop long, lean muscles, heighten mind-body awareness, and alleviate back pain. While practicing breath work, improve core stability, circulation, coordination and balance, flexibility, control and stamina, body alignment and posture, all while relieving stress and tension. Exercise mat required, however exercises can be modified for the chair.
QIGONG FOR HEALTH with Scott Martin
Intermediate Class F: 10:00am Beginner Class F: 11:00am Qigong (pronounced "chee gung") is an ancient Chinese exercise that combines easy to follow movements with mental focus and breath. Qigong is now practiced around the world for mental and physical wellness. We will learn seasonal qigong exercises as well as set forms which can be performed seated or standing.
RESISTANCE BAND CLASS
Christy's Core Fitness W: 7:50am, 9:00am • Th: 10:00am Resistance bands are an amazing fitness tool for people of all fitness levels! Strength training with resistance bands is a great way for active adults to become stronger and more flexible while fighting bone loss, arthritis, and back pain. All exercises in this class can be done standing or seated and bands will be provided. Come join us and feel energized as we work on strength, balance and flexibility!
Training by Liz Abundant Life Coaching, LLC F: 8:45am A fun fusion of Yoga and Pilates: gain strength, flexibility, and mental clarity while burning calories! This gentle, low impact, full body workout is super effective and will have you feeling wonderful on all levels...mind, body, and spirit. This Yogalates class blends the careful focus of Pilates exercises for long lean muscles and core strength with Yoga poses which strengthen and tone muscles, increase muscle flexibility and range of motion about the joints, improve balance, stimulate circulation, aid in detoxifying the body, improve mood, destress and boost relaxation, improve spine health, and so much more! Join us and feel great! (The exercise intensity and difficulty are adaptable to each individual, with standing modifications provided for those who prefer them to Pilates floor work.)
Training by Liz Abundant Life Coaching, LLC M & W: 9:00am • M, W, F: 10:00am Increase strength, endurance, and flexibility. Improve cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary health, bone density, balance, coordination, dexterity, range of motion, as well as mood, mental focus and acuity. Develop a sense of well-being and camaraderie in this upbeat and supportive group. Enjoy our engaging instructors’ calorie burning routines set to lively music and finish with ZUMBA® GOLD a relaxing cool-down. Training by Liz Abundant Life Coaching, LLC T: 11:15am, TH: 11:15am WATER VOLLEYBALL We mix low-intensity and higher intensity M-F 10:00am moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin & World rhythms take over, you’ll see why Zumba® YOGA WITH CHRISTY Fitness classes are called exercise in disguise. Christy's Core Fitness Classes introduce easy-to-follow Zumba® M: 2:00pm • W: 10:15am choreography for a total workout, combining Yoga is one of the best ways to keep yourself cardio, muscle conditioning, balance, and flexifeeling lively and healthy as you age! Slow bility, range of motion, and coordination. Come and gentle yoga with a holistic approach that focuses on strength, balance, flexibility, bringing for fun, leave exhilarated and strong! mobility to the joints and breath control. Poses, when practiced regularly, will contribute to improvement of physical strength, mental clarity and the cognitive connection to both. We will be doing standing poses and poses on the floor. Remember to bring your mat.
Pay Per Class Option Now Available! See page 35 for more information
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WELLNESS Registration or cancellations for these services are required 24 hours in advance.
Tuesday, September 27th 10:00am - noon Wilson Hannold, Brandywine Valley Hearing Aid Solutions Wilson Hannold from Brandywine Valley Hearing Aid Solutions is now offering free hearing screenings to evaluate your hearing and see if you have hearing loss. No need to worry, because the screenings are easy and painless. At the end of the screening you will receive a copy of your results to take with you. 15 minute appointments. Appointments are required, please register at the Reception Desk. No Cost
ION FOOT DETOX
Thursdays, September 29th & October 20th 20 minute appointments 11:00am - 3:00pm Nancy Schlott, Owner Aurora Reiki Our bodies accumulate different types of toxins from everyday life, it is beneficial to support our organs with detoxing. Relax while your feet soak in warm salt water while a painless microcurrent releases toxins through your feet. You will be amazed at the results! Not appropriate for those with a pacemaker or organ transplant. Member Cost: $25, Non-Member Cost: $35.
Gifted Hands Cleaning, LLC “The dirtier the house the better.”
Jay Elders Owner/Housekeeper
Giftedhandscleaning@aol.com https://giftedhands.cleaning/ Licensed & Bonded
PAMPER YOURSELF FACIALS
Wednesdays, September 14th & October 12th 11:00am - 2:45pm - 30 minute appointments Kim Kisner, DE/MD Licensed Esthetician Express Facials include deep cleansing, massage, and customized mask to hydrate, soothe and rejuvenate. Benefits include smoother, softer and younger looking skin. Member Cost: $20, Non-Member Cost: $30
REIKI ENERGY TREATMENTS
Thursdays, September 22nd & October 17th 30 minute appointments 11:00am - 3:00pm Nancy Schlott, Owner Aurora Reiki Studies show that Reiki provides clients with deep relaxation, relief from aches & pains, & less stress. Nancy is a certified Reiki Master who works with each client’s energy field, to the ultimate goal of emotional balance & improved physical well-being. Member Cost: $25, Non-Member Cost: $35.
NEW! 60-MINUTE SHIATSU MASSAGE WITH SCOTT MARTIN, CMT
Mondays, September 12th & 26th 1:00pm Shiatsu is an Asian form of bodywork that uses thumb and palm pressure applied to acupuncture points and energy pathways to promote relaxation. This will be a full-body massage received while fully clothed and lying on a table. Shiatsu is not recommended for people with osteoporosis, cancer, chronic high blood pressure or recent surgery. Cost: $50 suggested donation to Newark Senior Center Questions?: email Scott at Shiatsuway@comcast.net.
TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY)
TOPS is a non-profit weight-loss support group that gives you freedom to follow a meal plan that works for you — and support & encouragement to help you stick to that plan. You have choices to help you be healthy at any size. No cookie-cutter diets! DE 46: Thursdays weigh in 5:30pm meeting 6:00pm Leader: Donna Connell firstname.lastname@example.org Co-Leader: Marilyn Cockrell email@example.com YMCA DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM New Cohorts Starting Every Month
Lifestyle change program may help you: Lose Weight, Increase physical activity, boost energy, reduce risk of chronic conditions and reduce risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 58%. Participants must meet eligibility criteria. Contact the YMCA of Delaware 302-572-9622 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ymcade.org/preventdiabetes
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Fresh from the NSC Kitchen Seasonal Take Out Specials As summer comes to an end, we will be changing to more weather appropriate take out meals. You can look for Meatballs, Hot Roast Beef with Gravy, Country Fried Steak with Sawmill Gravy & other comfort foods.
Check the white board to see the daily selection
Chef Joey's Delicate Sauces
Lighten Your Load with Extra Hands! Work with one company to meet your needs.
Choose from Alfredo Teriyaki Sunday Tomato Gravy Brown Gravy
available when the kitchen is open $10/quart
Free Home Audit & Custom Quote
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Visit the NSC Kitchen to see the current selection of frozen soups
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featuring the MelUDees & CresHENdo from the University of Delaware
Friday, September 30th
doors open at 6pm • performances begin at 7pm
includes Chef Joey's Pasta Bar dinner • BYOB Open to the public Reservations available at the Reception Desk, www.newarkseniorcenter.com or 302-737-2336
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FITNESS CENTER HOURS Monday - Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm
GORE THERAPEUTIC POOL HOURS Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm
Please Note: attendance in the Meeting of Minds Program is limited. If you are interested, please contact Laura Greene, EML Program Coordinatior 302-737-2336 ext 124 or email@example.com
SEPTEMBER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
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Fresh from the NSC Kitchen: see page 43
Menu is subject to change at Chef's discretion This facility is operated in accordance with U.S. Department of Agriculture policy which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex, handicap, religion, sexual orientation or national origin.
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200 White Chapel Drive • Newark, DE 19713
or current resident
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