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Friday, October 5, 2012 — The Southington Citizen Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month, led by Constance C. Proll, CRP, and James R. Reynolds, AFA. The club discusses stocks, bonds, CD’s, money market, mutual funds, retirement healthcare, social security, and estate planning, among others. The Digital Photography Club meets on the third Wednesday of each month and discusses camera equipment, latest software, photo editing, and field trips to practice taking pictures. Led by Peter Freeman, who teaches digital photography at the University of Connecticut. Bring a camera. The Computer Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss computer fundamentals, tablets, smartphones, hardware, software, and anything else computer-related. Led by Mark White, assistant manager of the Computer Learning Center.

Seniors Continued from page 36 tablishment of a health resource center on campus is Thursday, Oct. 18, from 5-8 p.m., at 975 Corbin Ave. in New Britain. Reservations include complimentary wine, fruit pairings, crudités, cheese table and a silent auction. Call (860) 229-3707 for more information. Jerome Home and Arbor Rose are not for profit members of Central Connecticut Senior Health Services.

Special interest clubs Special interest clubs meet monthly on Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Perry Room. No fees, experience, or membership is required. Walk-ins are welcome. The Financial Investments

Do You Like To Sing? Would you join a Youth Choir if you could practice at home on your own and you did not have to come to rehearsals? Would you give of your time and talent if it were that easy? Well, it is that easy!!!

Computer center The Computer Learning Center fall 2012 session will run until Thursday, Oct. 25, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Classes offered will be: Computer Basics for Beginners, Introduction to Computers, Life Matters Online, Effective E-mail Use, Managing Files and Folders, Basic Digital Photography/Picasa, and iPad Basics. For more information regarding the Computer Learning Center, e-mail clc@calendarhouse.org .

Support group for dementia

group for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., at Mulberry Gardens of Southington, 58 Mulberry St. The discussion covers topics including communication techniques, caregiver support, wandering, religion, music, behavior, family dynamics, validation breakthrough and more. For information and registration, call, (860) 276-1020 and if attendees would like to arrange free care for a loved one during the group session.

ton, 34 Hobart St., offers a weekly Bridge Club each Monday beginning at 1:30 p.m. Individuals and teams are welcome. To reserve a space, contact Edesa Ciscar, retirement counselor, at (860) 628-5656. Visit online at www.southingtonorchards. org.

Foot clinic

The Visiting Nurse Association Foot Clinic at Calendar House is suspended until further notice.

Bridge club

There will be a support

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When you use the form below to Join the Youth Choir You will receive a CD of songs based on your grade Each practice CD costs $5.00 The first 20 that sign up will get the CD for FREE (thanks to an anonymous donor) All you need to do is practice the songs at home and come to the Sunday 5pm Mass Where you will sing during the Offertory portion of the Mass Grade 1 to 4 sings on the First Sunday of the month at the 5pm Mass Grade 5 to 8 sings on the Second Sunday of the month at the 5pm mass Grade 9 to 12 sings on the Third Sunday of the month at the 5pm Mass Students in grades 1 to 4 will sit in the front rows on the left near the baptismal font. Students in grades 5 to 12 will sit in back on the left near confessional.

How easy is that? Please use the form below to Join our Youth Choir Bring it up to the choir loft on Sunday at the 5pm mass or mail to: Sacred Heart Church, 66 Cottage St., East Berlin, CT and you will receive your (age appropriate) practice CD God would love to hear your voice! Student Name

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Cell Phone Email

We begin First Sunday in October! Songs on CD’s are different and age appropriate.

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