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1 APRIL-MAY-JUNE st Ave. NE, Suite #1, Shoreline, WA FAX shorelines ACTIVITIES GUIDE CENTER HOURS: 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday Premises, classrooms and activities are handicapped accessible. The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size but by the depth of commitment to make a difference in the lives of others. Our Senior Center s Volunteers are all heart! With their unselfish help, we have an amazing Senior Center for our community! CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB... shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org

2 DATE: NEW Card # 2015 SHORELINE LAKE FOREST PARK SENIOR CENTER REGISTRATION Office use only: Receipt # Amt Cash Check # CC Single ($25) Couple($45) AS OF JULY 1 ST REDUCED RATE OF HALF PRICE_ FOR NEW MEMBERS ONLY LAST NAME: FIRST: MIDDLE INITIAL: ADDRESS: DAYTIME CITY: ZIP CODE: PHONE #: ( APT.# ) CELL PHONE: Are you a current volunteer? Yes No Interested in volunteering? Yes No DATE OF BIRTH: MALE: FEMALE: OTHER LOCAL EMERGENCY CONTACT:: FAMILY/FRIEND: DAYTIME EMERGENCY PHONE # ( ) CELL PHONE. ( ) DOCTOR: DOCTORS # ( ) MEDICAL PROBLEMS: PLEASE LIST ALL CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES YOU PARTICIPATE IN ON A REGULAR BASIS: 2

3 April-May-June 2015 The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center Activities Guide is produced six times per year. The publication is mailed to all current members and community leaders. Membership Form 2 Table of Contents /Closures 3 Staff & Volunteers 4 Classes at a Glance 5 Center Services/ Classes 6 Corporate Partnerships 8 There s A lot Going on Here 9 More Classes 10 Evening classes 15 Corporate Partnerships 16 Bargain Corner 17 Special Programs 18 Karaoke/Bingo 20 Table of Contents: Power of One, Social Work Services 21 Other Services of Interest 22 Volunteer Opportunities, Membership 23 Legacy Giving 24 Kitchen Corner Catering 25 Thank you and Chef Janice 26 Rental and Travel Information 27 Information/Community News 28 April Menu 29 May Menu 30 June Menu 31 Website: The Senior Center will be closed: Monday, May 25 in honor of Memorial Day 3 3

4 Staff and Volunteer Leaders Director: Bob Lohmeyer Program Coordinators: Jon Ann Cruver & Judy Parsons Administrative Secretary: Marilyn Yeider Social Worker, Marriage/Family Therapist: Scott Theisen Footcare: Echo Aumick, CNA & Jan Burnell, RN Job Connections: Mike Speyer Kitchen Manager: Janice Bellotti-Pace Power of One Volunteer Coordinator: Karen Kessinger Security: James Boushey Meals on Wheels Coordinators: Heather Hovey & Lois Ackerman Bargain Corner Manager: Jill Bronemann Center Board President: David Chow Center Board Vice President: Douglas Woods Center Board Secretary: Ellen Sullivan Center Board Treasurer: Merlita Sansano Member at Large: Gloria Kawabori Board Members: Ron Carnell, Jerry Carriveau, Carol Cunningham, Charlotte Haines, Bev Kay, Connie Lovgren, Meiko Shimuka, Linda Silliman, Sandra Sweeters SOMETHING NEW! LEVEL 1 ENHANCE FITNESS A GROUP HEALTH PROGRAM Beginning on April 3, the Senior Center will be offering a Level 1 EnhanceFitness class replacing the long running Soft Exercise class. This means that qualifying Group Health Members will not have to pay the $3.00/$3.50 fee. There will be some paperwork to be filled out at the beginning of the class so that attendance sheets can be created by Senior Services. Current Soft Exercise participants may continue this class, which will be held at it s usual time: Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:45-11:30AM. Instructor, Lisa Stuebing, is a certified EnhanceFitness instructor who will be teaching the class NEW PUBLISHING DATES The Activities Guide will be published quarterly. The next issue to be mailed to you will be for July, August and September. This decision was made in part because of working with a new publisher and publishing expenses. 4 4

5 Classes at a Glance More information is in this Activities Guide. EXERCISE EnhanceFitness MWF 8:30-9:30AM EnhanceFitness MWF* 10:00-11:00AM Enhance Fitness TTh 1:15-2:15PM Soft Exercise WF 10:45-11:30AM Fall Prevention Ex. WF* 11:15-12:15PM Zumba Gold TTh 9:00-10:00AM Tai Chi T F 10:45-11:45AM Pole Walking: see page 14 Matter of Balance: see page 10 DANCING Line Dance M 1:30-3:30PM Western Line Dance T 1:30-2:30PM Hula Th 1:30-2:30PM GAMES Mah Jongg** M 9:30-12:30PM Duplicate Bridge W 12:00-4:00PM Table Tennis MWThF 2:30-4:15PM Scrabble Club Th 12:30-4:00PM Pinochle Th 12:30-3:30PM EDUCATION/LANGUAGES Computers & Digital Cameras M or W 2:00-4:00PM Spanish Conversation M 10:00-11:30AM Intermed./Adv. Spanish T 10:00-11:30AM What s Up/ New 3rd T 10:30-11:30AM French Th 10:00-11:30AM Current Events Th 1:00-2:30PM Write from Life F 12:30-2:30PM Cell Phone; IPad/Tablet Special Class see page 13. LIFE SKILLS & SUPPORT GROUPS Life s Transitions T 1:00-2:30PM Diabetes Group 3rd T 9:45-10:45AM Parkinson s Group 4th T 11:00-12:00PM Caregivers Group 2nd Th 12:30-1:30PM Stroke Group 2nd T 11:00-12:00PM Clutter Control 1st W 11:00-12:00PM Living Well with Chronic Conditions see page 15. CRAFTS Handcrafters M 9:30-11:30AM Knitting M 12:00-2:00PM Woodcarving T 1:00-3:00PM Quilting T 12:00-3:00PM Driftwood Sculpture F 12:30-2:30PM EVENING CLASS Hawaiian Hula M 6:00-7:00PM CAN DO Low Impact Exercise Class T & Th 5:30-6:30PM SIGN UP for Exercise Class tickets, most classes, and events at the Senior Center s Front Desk. For further information call the Center at or see us on-line at PAINTING & SINGING Acrylic Painting Th Senior Singers Th 9:30-11:30AM 10:00-11:30AM **Mah Jongg meets at Third Place Commons in Lake Forest Park, Bothell Way NE. * Limited spaces available; must talk to the instructor before attending the class. Revised 2/15 5 5

6 Center Services Our Senior Center does not endorse products or service providers. Our aim is to protect the elderly from undue coercion. The Center is not a market place. We neither approve nor condone solicitation of business within our facilities. Programs are offered for members enjoyment, entertainment and education. Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center does not discriminate against clients, applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, handicap, political ideology or sexual orientation. Please report any violation to the Center Director. Alternative Medicine Clinic from Bastyr College of Natural Medicine: Appointments available every Monday, 8:30a.m.-3:00pm. You can get a Naturopathic Medicine appointment with Bastyr University held at the senior center. Assessments will be made by final year clinical students supervised by a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND). Fee: $15 for the center to cover costs. For appointments call the Front Desk: AARP Tax Assistance Offered: Tax assistance from AARP volunteers will be offered through the Senior Center but held at the Richmond Beach Library, st Ave NW, Shoreline, To make an appointment call the Senior Center: Tax assistance until: Friday, April 10, (Please do not call the Richmond Beach Library for appointments!) Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Service offered every Monday, 9:00am-3:30pm by Bastyr Medical Students in the Craft Room. No fee, drop-in. Community Dining (Lunch Program): Sign in each day at the Front Desk. Hot lunches served Monday through Friday, starting at 11:45AM Cost: $3.00 suggested donation if 60+. Cost of the meal is $6.00 for all others. Dental Care: The center offers dental hygiene services through Smiles for Life Dental Hygiene Services. This is a fee based service with appointments open on the 3rd Thursday, every month. No medical coupons or sliding scale as rates are lower than most dentists. Appointments will be arranged through the hygienist. Please come to the Center s Front Desk, or call to give your name and phone number so she can contact you. Foot Care: Receive care Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from a CNA, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $20 for members & $25 for nonmembers. Adult Family Home fee is $ Cancellations must be made at least one full day in advance. Call for appointments, Pay at the Front Desk. Please bring a clean towel with you to your appointment Haircuts: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in the Craft Room. Join the many satisfied customers of Teresa Vannoy-Draper. Make appointments at Front Desk or call $12.00 for members, $14 for nonmembers. Job Connections: If you re looking for someone to do household repairs / work, or maybe you re looking for a part-time job, contact our Volunteer: Mike Speyer by leaving a message at He will return your call. Legal Consultation: Attorney Karl Flaccus or an associate come on the 2nd Tuesday of each month for free consultations, 8:30-10:30 am. Call the Front Desk Volunteers to schedule. Members served first. 6 6

7 Massage Therapy: Every Tuesday, (not a 5th Tuesday), 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 15-minute chair massage: $12 for members; $14 for nonmembers, provided by Sandi Nyitray, LMT. Appointments at the Front Desk or call Meals on Wheels: Anyone who is homebound due to illness or disability or has difficulty shopping or cooking, may apply for Meals on Wheels. To obtain an application, call Senior Services, or online: We also offer nutritional supplements such as Ensure at a discounted price. MOW volunteers are at the Senior Center on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings; orders are taken on Tuesday morning 9:00 a.m. - noon, for a Thursday morning delivery. Medical Equipment: we have a limited supply mainly walkers available for loan. See Front Desk, or call SHIBA: 3rd Friday of each month, 10:00AM to noon. A trained volunteer will be available to assist consumers (age 18 and up) with information on public and private health insurance options (including Medicare) available to them within the State of Washington. Call at the Senior Center to make an appointment. Volunteer Transportation: Senior Services provides rides to medical appointments for people who have no other way (such as Metro, family, friends) to get there. For more information or to schedule a ride call , Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Call by Wednesday of the week before your appointment. Van Shuttle Service to the Center: For seniors who live in NE Seattle, Shoreline or Lake Forest Park. From your front door to our front door, we can get you to the Senior Center for lunch and activities. The Senior Shuttle operates Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. All rides are free. Call to schedule a ride. 7 Veteran Services: If you have questions regarding Veteran Benefits or services, please contact Volunteer Joel Estey to answer questions; call him at CLASSES Please make payments for classes at the Front Desk. All classes, activities and events arranged at this Senior Center are for the convenience and pleasure of the participants who desire to attend. The Senior Center does not assume any responsibility for the well being or safety of the participants or their property in any matters pertaining to said activities and events. Members and their guests participate at their own risk and should not expect or hold the Senior Center responsible in any way. The Senior Center offers a variety of classes, but does not endorse any speakers. EXERCISE NEW! Replacing SOFT EXERCISE: LEVEL 1 ENHANCEFITNESS CLASS: Wed & Fri, 10:45AM to 11:30AM Instructor: Lisa Stuebing. This chair exercise class is designed for people with limited mobility. No charge for Eligible Group Health Members (those who have Medicare Parts A & B and are locked in ), $3.00 per class for Center members, $3.50 nonmembers of the Center. Pay at the Front Desk. You may purchase a Level 1 Enhance Fitness ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days. ENHANCEFITNESS: Mon., Wed. & Fri.: SES- SION 1: 8:30AM-9:30AM, in the Spartan Gym, SESSION 2: 10:00-11:00AM Dining Room. (10AM class has a few openings. Must talk to instructor before class.) Instructors: Toshiko Aramaki and Ce Boehm. For people wishing to improve physical conditioning and decrease risk of injuries. No charge for Eligible Group Health Members (those who have Medicare Parts A & B and are locked in ), $3.00 per class for Center members, $3.50 nonmembers of the Center. Pay at the Front Desk. Purchase an EnhanceFitness ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days. MUST talk with the instructors before participating in any EnhanceFitness class.

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9 There s a Lot going On Here! Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center There is a huge group of volunteers who have kept us going for 40 years. We could not run the Senior Center without them. They are our heart and soul. Please take a small amount of time to say thank you to them while they are helping you: Over 24 Front Desk Receptionists who really do work at the heart of our center; The Bargain Corner Volunteers who are helping run a vital fund producing store for the center; The Kitchen Volunteers who help make sure you get a good meal every day; The Board of Directors who help guide and care for the vitality of the center; The Meals on Wheels Volunteers who deliver over 300 meals a week to our neighbors who need help; The Power of One Volunteers who help enrich the education of children in the Shoreline School District; The Karaoke/Bingo Volunteers who help keep the fundraiser FUN for everyone in the community; Class Facilitators who help keep interesting and fun classes going. Look for more volunteer helpers throughout this issue! Help us keep going for 40 more years! The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center is a nonprofit organization that relies upon donations from Individuals like you to stay open and thrive. Leaving a legacy gift is a great way to show your appreciation for the Center. Contact Judy Parsons to learn how you can become a Legacy Gift Participant, at

10 ENHANCE FITNESS: Tues & Thurs., 1:15PM- 2:15PM, in the Spartan Gym. Instructor, Sherry Herdrick. For people wishing to improve physical conditioning and decrease risk of injuries. No charge for Eligible Group Health Members (those who have Medicare Parts A & B and are locked in ), $3.00 per class for Center members, $3.50 nonmembers of the Center. Pay at the Front Desk. Purchase an Enhance- Fitness ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days. MUST talk with the instructors before participating in any classes! TAI CHI/Qi Gong: Tuesdays, 10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. and Fridays, 10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m., Spartan Recreation Center. Instructor: Mary Stokes. Helps breathing, balance, stress relief. Fees: $3.50 per single class for Center members, $4.50 for nonmembers.. ZUMBA GOLD: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-10, in the Dining Room. $3.00 for members/$3.50 for non-members. Wendy Haber, Certified Zumba instructor. Class will not meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month. A MATTER OF BALANCE: exercises and information on maintaining balance. Funding by the Shoreline Fire Department. Next class: April 1 to May 27*; then June 10 to July 29.. Preregister at the Front Desk. *An extra day in this session. FALL PREVENTION EXERCISES: Wed. & Fri. Exercise Room, 11:15AM to 12:15PM.Class almost full, talk to the instructor. Instructor Toshiko Aramaki, will be teaching exercises with a concentration on building and maintaining balance. Fee: $3.00 per class for members; $3.50 for non-members. You may purchase a Fall Prevention Exercise ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days DANCING. LINE DANCE: Intermediate level Line Dance class. Chinese/English speakers welcome. Monday Class: 1:30pm - 3:30pm. More Classes LINE DANCE, Advance beginner to Intermediate: Tuesdays, 1:30 pm to 2:30pm, Dining Room. Instructor: Denise Hunsaker. Fees: $5.00 for members, $7.00 for non members. May purchase a Line Dance ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days. HULA: Thursdays, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m., in the Dining Room. Instructor: Kathy DeAguiar. Early practice at 1:00 for those wishing extra practice time. Fee: $1.00 members, $2.00 non-members. CRAFTS HANDCRAFTERS: Mondays, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Exercise Room. A group that meets each week to help produce items for our Holiday Bazaar held each November. BASIC KNITTING: Mondays, Noon-2:00PM, Exercise Room. Instructor: Donna Ault. Donna can fix almost any mess and can teach you almost anything you need to know about knitting! Fee: $1.00 members, non-members, $2.00. WOODCARVING: Tuesdays, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 PM., Exercise Room. Taught by experienced teacher, Jerry Clapp. Jerry will furnish material for beginners projects. Experienced carvers can bring their own projects. Tools will be available for purchase. Fee: $5 per class for members, $7 for nonmembers. There is an additional fee for project supplies. QUILTING: Tuesdays, noon - 3:00 PM, Craft Room. We welcome all level quilters! You are welcome to join us and work on your own project. DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE: Fridays, 12:30-2:30PM. Instructor: Elizabeth Lamphere. Learn to transform rough wood into a beautiful sculpture. The instructor will have basic tools available for $15. Fee: $6.25 for members, $8.25 for non-members

11 EDUCATION & LANGUAGES SPANISH CONVERSATION FOR ADVANCED BEGIN- NERS: Mondays, 10:00-11:30AM. Game Room; fee: $1.00 members; $2.00 nonmembers INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED SPANISH: Tuesday, 10:00-11:30AM, Craft Room. Instructor: Arantza Shuey, a native speaker. A class for those with some Spanish language skills. Fee: $16 for members, $20 for non members per month session. WHAT S UP..WHAT S NEW : Meets the third Tuesday of each month, 10:30 AM to 1130AM. Enjoy guest speakers. Open to all Center participants. See page 18 for more information. INTERMEDIATE FRENCH: Thursdays, 10:00-11:30AM Conference Room. Instructor: Jill Capozzoli. Intermediate level or above. Apprenez le français en s amusant! Fee: $19 for members, $23 for non members per month. PLEASE NOTE: admission to the class is at the discretion of the instructor. Also, guest observers will need to meet with the instructor privately for an evaluation before they are admitted to the class. CURRENT EVENTS: Thursdays, 1:00-2:30 PM, Exercise Room. Facilitators: Dee Pinkerton & Harry Spizman. Fee: $1.00 for members, $2.00 non-members. WRITE FROM LIFE: The Story of YOU Fridays, 12:30-2:30PM, Instructor: Judith Martin Continue writing your life stories in this ongoing memoir-writing workshop. Emphasis on character development, emotion, dialogue, the senses, and time and place. Per month fee:$25 for members, $28 for non-members; $5 materials fee, or a $5.00 weekly fee. COMPUTER & CAMERA INSTRUCTION Individual instruction with computer/point and shoot camera skills can be provided by appointment with our computer instructor, Dick Harrison. Instruction is available for any of the following areas: Computer Basics, Intermediate Computer, including instruction in Microsoft Word or Excel Digital Camera Basics (for point-and shoot cameras, not SLR s), Working with digital picture files, taken with a camera or cell phone, which includes sending attachments, Facebook, Skype You may use one of our computers or bring your own laptop. The Senior Center has two computers with Windows 7. Make an appointment for instruction at the Front Desk or by calling the senior center at Appointments can be made for Mondays or Wednesday, in one hour time slots between the hours of 2:00-4:00PM Fee: $20 for Senior Center Members/ $23 for non-members (one hour minimum) Cancellations: Please notify the center 48 hours in advance if you must cancel an appointment. Refunds may or may not be given. Please note: Computers are available for use by center participants when not in use for instruction or if the room is in use for a class. Check with the Front Desk for an available time. This class will be taking summer break: no classes for the months of June or July. 11

12 GAMES & CARDS DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Wednesdays, Bridge Room, 12:00-4:00 PM for play time. Duplicate Bridge is a partnership. If you don t have a partner call Harley Hamilton at Fee: $1.50 for members. $2.50 non-members. TABLE TENNIS: Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Fri., 2:30-4:15 PM. Exercise Room. Fee: $1.00 per session, non-members, $2.00. SCRABBLE CLUB: Thursdays, 12:30 up to 4:00 PM Game Room. Play time, Fee: $1.00, non-members, $2.00. PINOCHLE: Thursdays, 12:30-3:30 PM Bridge Room. Join in on the fun! Fee: $1.00 per session, non-members, $2.00. LIFE SKILLS & SUPPORT GROUPS LIFE S TRANSITIONS: Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 PM/ Game Room. A place to discuss life s events, changes and items of interest. Open to all! Facilitator: Carolyn Kruse, MSW. Donation: $1.00. DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP: Open group, third Tuesdays, 9:45-10:45 AM. Conference Room. Facilitator: Scott Theisen, MSW. Donation: $1.00. HARD OF HEARING GROUP: Contact Scott Theisen, MSW, about this group. PARKINSON S GROUP: Open group, fourth Tuesday of each month, 11:00 AM. - noon. Exercise Room. Facilitator: Scott Theisen, MSW. Donation: $1.00 STROKE GROUP: Second Tuesdays, group discussion. 11:00AM to 12:00PM. Conference Room Scott Theisen, MSW, is facilitator. Donation $1.00 CAREGIVER S SUPPORT GROUP: Open group, second Thursday of each month, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Conference Room. Facilitator: Randi Warner. This group is selfdirected and supportive. The present members welcome new participants. Donation: $1.00. CLUTTER CONTROL: 1st Wednesday of each month, 11:00AM to noon in the Game Room. Find ways to get rid of clutter, how to deal with it. Develop a plan to help you de-clutter. Fee: $1.00 for members; $2.00 for non-members. PAINTING & SINGING ACRYLIC PAINTING: Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Exercise Room. Join us each week. Bring your acrylics, pastels, almost any art medium (No oils, please.). We help each other in class and do our own thing. Fee: $2.00 member, $2.50 non members. SENIOR SINGERS: Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Bridge Room. The group gets together each week to sing songs of their choice. They often perform for the Senior Center during special lunches and yearly at the Shoreline Arts Festival. Fee: $1.00 members, $2.00 nonmembers. Arts festival performance: hear the singers sing in the Shoreline Room, June 27 at 10:45AM! More on Our volunteers! They help at the Arts Festival Breakfast. They put in hours during the Annual Holiday Bazaar

13 HOW TO USE YOUR IPAD, TABLETS and SURFACES Tuesdays, Class 10:00-11:00am, April 7 May 12 June 2 July 7 Instructor Linda Roddis can help you solve the mysteries of your IPad or Cell Phone! Bring your IPad, Tablet, Surfaces, Galaxy Note, Nook or Kindle and learn how to use it; going from beginner to geek! Learn to turn it on, watch a live video chat with your grandchildren and search the web, plan a trip and more. Instructor: Linda Roddis Fee: $10 for members /$13 for nonmembers. Pre-register at the Front Desk or call to register by phone, credit cards only please, no debit cards. KARAOKE/BINGO 5 YEARS OF GREAT FUN! HOW TO USE YOUR CELL PHONE (SMART Phone) Thursdays, Class 10:00-11:00am. April 9 May 14 June 4-July 9 What is covered: Turn it on and off, voice calls, face to face, tell your phone to dial, hands free! Take a picture, edit it, do a video, make a slide show with music, get prints from Bartell s. Maps and travel apps will be the focus of the class. Explore apps: get a book, play a game, do your banking and much more! Instructor: Linda Roddis Fee: $10 for members /$13 for nonmembers. Pre-register at the Front Desk or call to register by phone, credit cards only please, no debit cards. This is a year where there will be lots of special events, and drawings to go along with the songs, games, food and drinks! See page 20 to see how you can be part of the celebrations! 13 13

14 Brain Health and Wellness An Ongoing Class Mondays, 1;00-2:00PM Take your stroke recovery to the next level. Learn the latest science concerning exercise and Multiple Sclerosis. Learn to exercise to manage symptoms of Parkinson s Disease. Discussion and exercise group will be lead by Lisa Stuebing, CPT. She is a member of the International Parkinson s and Movement Disorder Society. Fee: $5 for members; $6 for nonmembers. Pre-register at the Front Desk or call Please note: Class is not intended to replace your neurologist, physical therapist, occupational therapist or any other medical professional. Care Partners are welcome. MATTER OF BALANCE SPECIAL SESSION April1 to May 27 This session of Matter of Balance is running for 9 days instead of the regular 8. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services is conducting a special study of seniors 66+ who are beginning an exercise program. A survey will be taken on the first day of class (April 1). All participants who take the survey will be given $15 as a thank you for their time and effort. Please pre-register at the front desk or call Class is limited to 15. Urban Walking Poles for Balance and Mobility Two Dates: Tuesday, April 28 Or Tuesday, May 5 1:00-2:30PM Proper use of walking poles gives you a boost with every step. Build core strength. Burn 40% more calories compared with just going for a walk! You'll be stronger. You'll be safer. Coach Lisa is a certified instructor. Bring your own poles or borrow a pair for the workshop. Dress for the weather. Class size limited to 6 Fee: $7 for members, $10 for nonmembers. Pre-register at the Front Desk or call More Volunteers! The Hyde Shuttle, servicing the Shoreline and Lake Forest Park area, is helped run by a number of trained volunteer drivers! 14 14

15 Living Well with Chronic Conditions This Six Session Workshop will be held: Wednesday, May 6-June 10 12:30-3:00PM If interested, come at noon to participate in a special Medicare/Medicaid study. Those who participate will receive $15 for giving their time. There is no fee for this 2 1/2 hour workshop. It is lead by trained volunteers with health conditions themselves. Find better ways to deal with pain. Discover ways to improve or maintain strength and energy. Improve nutrition Understand new treatment choices. Feel better about life. Pre-register at the Front Desk or call us at EVENING CLASSES HAWAIIAN HULA: Mondays, 6:00-7:00PM. People of all ages will benefit from this class that will broaden cultural horizons, help with grace, coordination flexibility and stamina. Fee: $8.00 for center members; $10 for non-members. Instructor: Kathy DeAguiar See the Hula Dancers perform at the Shoreline Arts Festval, in the Shoreline Room, Saturday, June 27, 3:00PM. CAN DO: Low Impact Exercise Class: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-6:30PM Learn a variety of exercises to increase muscular strength, range of motion, boost your energy level, burn calories, reduce stress. All while the instructor adapts to your individual need. Cancer survivors and those with lymphedema are encouraged to come. First timers please come 10 minutes early to fill out forms. $6.00 for senior center members; $7.00 for non-members. Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki Still working? Come join us right after work! Knock out some of that stress of the day! 15 15

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17 Open for your shopping pleasure: Monday-Friday, 9:30AM to 3:30PM All sales benefit the Senior Center. Support the center while you shop for quality clothing, shoes, housewares, collectables, craft/sewing/knitting items and so much more! Tell your friends and neighbors! We are volunteer supported, donation run, and serve as one of the largest fundraisers for the center! We re not just for Seniors! Check out our monthly $1 and ½ price tag sales! Additional in-store promotions daily! Come visit us at the Bargain Corner! We are under new management and excited to meet you! Let us help you find that bargain you ve been looking for in the store! Shop Online! Ebay: Select Advanced Search/Find a Member/bargaincornershoreline Etsy: Search/bargaincorner You can buy vintage, designer and collectible items (not displayed in the store) online and then pick-up at the Bargain Corner! We ve shipped to more than 20 states and to buyers in Japan, New Zealand, Germany, and more! 17 17

18 Special Programs & Events APRIL PROGRAMS Friday, April 10: KARAOKE/BINGO NIGHT! Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up. Reservations on-line until Wednesday, April 8th; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that. MAY PROGRAMS Friday, May 8: KARAOKE/BINGO NIGHT! Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up. Reservations on-line until Wednesday May 6; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that. Tuesday, April 21: WHAT S UP,WHAT S NEW 10:30 11:30AM How to Ride Metro workshop Are you interested in learning more about riding a Metro bus but are unfamiliar with or reluctant to use Metro. This training provides a classroom style orientation on the use of public transportation, as well as offering two trainerguided field trips (five or more people must sign up), Metro pays the bus fare. Some of the items covered in the orientation are: How to identify Metro bus stops; reading the bus stop sign; how to get off at the correct stop; communication with the bus driver; paying the bus fare; how to get/use the ORCA card; when to get off and how to get back home, and much more. Tuesday, May 19: WHAT S UP,WHAT S NEW 10:30 11:30AM. What you Don t Know About the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden! Join Brianne Zorn, Director of Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, for a very fun and informative presentation. She will have a power point presentation with lots of photos of the Garden, and share with you it s very interesting history. Would you like to volunteer at the Garden? You will learn about what volunteer opportunities are available. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00 nonmembers. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00 non-members. Limited seating, come early! Thursday April 16: Happy Birthday Member Lunch, free lunch to current members celebrating a birthday this month. Birthday celebrants and guests plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick up your meal ticket! On a First- Come- First-Serve basis; no reservations. Friday, April 17: Red Hat Society, 11:30AM-1:30 PM, in the Craft Room. Queen Mum is Gwen Elken Thursday, May 21: Happy Birthday Member Lunch, free lunch to current members celebrating a birthday this month. Birthday celebrants and guests plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick up your meal ticket! On a First- Come-First-Serve basis; no reservations. Friday, May22: Red Hat Society, 11:30 AM-1:30PM in the Craft Room. Queen Mum is Gwen Elken. This group knows how to have fun! 18 18

19 JUNE PROGRAMS Friday, June 12: KARAOKE/BINGO NIGHT! Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up. Reservations on-line until Wednesday, June 6th; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that. Tuesday, June 16: WHAT S UP,WHAT S NEW 10:30 11:30AM: Fire Protection and Home Safety demonstration Join us at this event for a great time learning from a professional about the importance of safety and preparedness for all different kinds of emergencies. Fire Prevention, how to use fire equipment and maintenance are just a few examples of topics that will be covered. Because dryer vent fires cause over 17,000 fires a year, you will receive a dryer vent cleaning a no cost to help keep you safe. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00 non-members. Thursday June 18 Happy Birthday Member Lunch, free lunch to current members celebrating a birthday this month. Birthday celebrants and guests plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick up your meal ticket! On a First- Come-First-Serve basis; no reservations. Friday, June 26: Red Hat Society, 11:30AM-1:30 PM, in the Craft Room. Queen Mum is Gwen Elken Saturday, June 27 & Sunday, June 28: Breakfast during the Shoreline-LFP Arts Festival. Breakfast is served in our dining room during this campus-wide event. Breakfast hours: 8:30AM to noon; festival Hours: 10-6 on Saturday, 10-5 on Sunday. The Breakfast is sponsored by Foss Home & Village MEMBERSHIP 2015! Memberships are being accepted for the 2015 year. Membership fees are continue to be $25 for an individual and $45 for a couple. Membership entitles you to discounts on class fees and activities, a free birthday lunch, and you will receive the Activities Guide 3 times during the year. The membership covers January to December Your membership not only benefits the senior center, but you will know the latest on what s going on and may be of interest to you! 19 19

20 Karaoke/Bingo Reservations are highly recommended! Reservations made on-line. On-line reservations are done on our website: shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org Walk-ins welcome, when space is available. Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up. Games begin at 7:00PM. Food, beer, wine and soft beverages sold. Pre-register, bring all of your family and friends! April 10: Woo Hoo, Our 5th Anniversary Party May 8: OK, it s one more Cinco de Mayo celebration! (Ocho de Mayo?) June 12: Summertime: almost! One thing we like to celebrate in the Northwest: Summer Days! CELEBBRATE WITH US! BE A WINNER! 20 20

21 Power of One Program: Share What You Know Volunteer local! The Power of One Volunteer Program welcomes people from the community who want to support education by volunteering in Shoreline Public Schools. People give at least an hour a week helping in classrooms, libraries and/or other school programs. Opportunities include working with students in reading, math, writing, and other subjects or by sharing special skills and talents. Benefits of being a Power of One Volunteer include: share your knowledge and experience; contribute to a child s school experience in a positive way; flexible times and schedules; access to training, support and other educational resources; School District Issued Photo ID Badge To get involved, contact Power of One Volunteer Coordinator Karen Kessinger at or The Power of One Volunteers is a program of the Shoreline-LFP Senior Center and the Shoreline School District. Check out our web site: The purpose of the Power of One Volunteer Program is to assist the Shoreline Schools to achieve excellent education for all students. We believe as caring adults we can assist all students to become successful learners. Social Work Services COUNSELING Problem solving, family issues, adult children concerns, aging process questions, memory concerns, grief / loss issues, health questions, anxiety or depression. If you need someone to talk to who can give you objective feedback regarding your concerns, call Scott Theisen, MSW, Marriage /Family therapist, at at the Center every Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:30AM 4:30PM. ENHANCE WELLNESS PROGRAM Want to change something about your life: more friends, exercise, better health? Then come see Scott at the Center about the Enhance Wellness Program or call Scott for an appointment: to leave a message and he will call you back. DIABETES GROUP Open group. 3rd Tuesday of the month, 9:45-10:45 a.m., Conference Room. LIFE S TRANSITIONS GROUP Open group. A safe place to discuss life s events, changes and issues of interest. Bring a joke, cartoon, or story to share. Facilitator: Carolyn Kruse, MSW. Every Tuesday, 1:00-2:30PM Game Room. HARD OF HEARING GROUP Please contact Scott Theisen about this group. A PARKINSON S GROUP Open Group, fourth Tuesday of each month, 11:00AM-noon Exercise Room. A STROKE GROUP Second Tuesdays, Come for a group discussion: 11:00AM to 12:00PM. Scott Theisen, MSW, is facilitator. Conference Room. CLUTTER CONTROL First Wednesdays, 11:00AM to noon, Game Room. All of the folks attending this class find it VERY helpful! 21 21

22 CAREGIVER S SUPPORT GROUP Open group, second Thursday of each month, 12:30-1:30, Conference Room. This group is self-directed and supportive. The present members welcome new participants. Donation: $1.00. More Volunteers Helping: The 10 AM Enhance Fitness class always helps set up for lunch, 3 days a week after class. A number of volunteers help clean up the dining room after lunch. Senior Rights Assistance Program Senior Rights Assistance (SRA) provides free legal and consumer information to older adults and their families. Highly trained volunteers support clients by helping to problem solve, providing information and resources and making appropriate referrals to other agencies within the community. Topics Covered: Estate Planning, End of Life Issues, Consumer Protection, Consumer Debt & Bankruptcy, Landlord Tenant, Homeowner Issues, Victims of Crime Assistance, Social Security, and Grandparents Rights In collaboration with the King County Bar Association, SRA coordinates the Elder Law Legal Clinic in Seattle and Kent. Clients can meet with an attorney for ½ hour and receive free legal advice on a variety of elder law issues. A new addition to the clinic is the creation of simple wills for clients who meet eligibility criteria. Clients can have a will created or updated. Call SRA at to schedule an appointment or for more information. Minor Home Repair (MHR) : Minor Home Repair's highly skilled Repair Technicians make minor plumbing, carpentry, and electrical repairs and install wheelchair ramps, grab bars and handrails. This service is available to homeowners of all ages in Seattle, Shoreline and Bellevue. Income eligibility required. Call Other Services of Interest Water Conservation Project (WCP): Free water-saving toilets, including free installation, are available to Seattle homeowner who meet certain eligibility guidelines, for Shoreline residence you must receive services from SPU. Toilets are the biggest water-wasters in most homes so replacing old toilets with these great new ones will save a lot of money on utility bills. For more information call Property Tax Exemption for 2005 and beyond. For complete information contact the King County. Assessor s Office at for eligibility information. Utility Bill Discounts: Eligible senior citizens or people with disabilities can receive a 50 percent reduction on their Seattle City Light and Combined Utility bills. Call the Seattle Mayor s Office for Senior Citizens at for application information. Low-Income Senior Sanitary Sewer Discount Program: For Lake Forest Park residents, 62-up Application/renewal forms available at the senior center or through the City of Lake Forest Park: For Shoreline residents, 62-up: Application through Ronald Water District:

23 Volunteer Opportunities Call Jon Ann or Judy to find out more on how to volunteer at your Senior Center: at The Senior Center is very dependent and appreciative of all of our over 200 volunteers. There are three areas within the center where volunteer help is currently needed: KITCHEN HELPERS NEEDED Check with Chef Janice to see how you can help. The best time to talk to her is early morning or after 1:00pm. HELP WANTED! Front Desk Receptionists. Volunteer for this heart of the Center position. Half day shifts, morning or afternoon. We need volunteers who enjoy meeting the public, can answer phone calls, handle money and help the public and participants with questions concerning the center s programs and activities. Currently, we need volunteers for Thursdays. Please contact the Senior Center s Administrative Assistant, Marilyn Yeider, for more information Membership for the 2015 calendar year is $25.00 for a single household or $45 for a couple. This membership will be good through December of You will be asked to show your membership card in order to get member prices. We thank you for your faithful membership and support. We are working hard so that we can continue to serve you well BARGAIN CORNER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! We are currently looking for an additional volunteer to fill a 4-hour shift on Mondays as well as on-call/flexible 4-hour shift work. To contact Jill: , or swing by the store on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday to fill out an application! Jill, our new Bargain Corner manager, is hoping to find more volunteers to help in the shop. Membership Membership must be renewed every year. Reduced membership dues in September 1st; will apply to NEW members only. Memberships at the Center s Front Desk or mail in the application/renewal form included in this Activity Guide. Memberships can be purchased or renewed at the Senior Center Front Desk.

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25 Kitchen Corner Catering Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center st Ave NE Shoreline, WA Chef Janice: Do you have a Banquet coming up? A business breakfast, lunch meeting, wedding or anniversary? An office party, staff meeting or just need a menu or venue to celebrate or party? Our catering is available with our facility rental! Special meals are from scratch, healthy and made to your needs: ethnic, vegan, other options. Let us help you host your event with the economical space, great food, and excellent staff. Call us and let us help you plan your next event. No event too small

26 Thank you to the Cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park for their generous support. Thank you to the Knossos Foundation and the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation in support of the Power of One Program and to United Way of King County. Thank You Thank you to the Shoreline Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services for including the Senior Center in their Recreation Guide. Thank you to the Starbucks on Ballinger Way; two Safeway stores: in North City at 15th and 175th and 155th and Aurora for their weekly pastry donations. From Chef Janice: Thanks to all of you who are supporting our lunch program. Many of you have filled out comment cards to let us know how much you enjoy the menus we have been preparing. Your feedback has been invaluable but please don t stop filling out those cards. This is a continuing program and Dining Services still needs to hear from you. You will find sheets at the front entrance of the dining room. PIF s, do you know what they are, (Personal Information Sheets)? These sheets are very important and give us the information that is needed to get our reimbursement from the federal government program that supports us and our Senior Dining Services. This information is kept strictly confidential. Please check with me or the front desk when signing in for your lunch ticket to see if you have completed one. If you are a new member we would like to have you fill one out as well. This just might get you on the permanent printed list faster. Soon, we will be replanting the flower and herb garden. Anyone willing to help cultivate the soil and plant, please contact me in the kitchen. We can all enjoy the flowers and the herbs will help enhance the meals we prepare. Finally yet importantly, I need to thank all of you that sent card, letters, and gave personal condolences for the death of my husband. Without all your support, it would have been even harder to accept. You are all my family and my friends I need. Thank you from the bottom of my Cooking Classes: April 1: Fun with Chocolate! Bon Appetite Chef Janice May 13: Grilled Spring Veggies June 3: Breakfast for Dinner All classes meet: 1:30-3:30PM 26 26

27 Rent the Senior Center for Your Special Event! The Senior Center is available on most week-ends for special events in our Dining/Bridge Rooms for up to 180 guests. Classroom space is also available on most week-ends and evenings. Call , Monday Friday, 8:30AM to 4:30PM for more information. Ask for Bob. Catering service is available through the Center s Kitchen Corner Catering Program. Find out more details when booking your event. The Senior Center has easy access from I-5 with lots of parking available. Travel Information Come by the center and check out all the listings at our travel desk or you may book a trip. If you arrange a trip through the travel company, call us to let us know. The travel company will give us a small commission. Thank you for your support. PLEASE NOTE: The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center offers a variety of information classes, but does not endorse any speaker. The presenters have been asked not to solicit or call any clients and to give information ONLY. We suggest you listen to a variety of presenters before you make any kind of decision. Presentations are meant as an educational opportunity and no marketing is allowed. If you need some special help, call Give this number a call if you need: help paying rent and/or affording a rental deposit; help paying utility bills; how to access SNAP (food stamps); the location of a local food bank; the location of a shelter; the location of free or low cost health clinics; access to free or low cost dental care; help searching for affordable housing; help finding transitional housing; where to find holiday assistance for meals and gifts. You may be eligible for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Two-thirds of adults 50+ who are eligible for benefits do not apply because they think they are ineligible. Eligibility is based on a number of factors including income, household size and disability. If you live alone and make less than $14,079 per year or with another person and make less than $18,941 per year, you could be eligible. For more information contact Jen at Jewish Family Services (need not be Jewish to get the service): X

28 Shoreline-LFP Arts Festival Breakfast and More! Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28 8:30 to noon, in the Senior Center Dining Room 10:45-11:15AM the Senior Singers sing in the Shoreline Room 3:00-3:45PM Hokulani Hula and the Kupuna Dancers in the Shoreline Room Bargain Corner is open both days! Arts Festival Hours: Saturday 10-6, Sunday 10-5 COMMUNITY NEWS A BIG year for Birthdays/Anniversaries in the Cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park! While the Senior Center will be observing its 40th year, (And 5th Year for Karaoke/Bingo!), special anniversaries are going to be celebrated throughout the community. The City of Shoreline will be 20; the Arts council will be 25; Shoreline Community College will be 50; Richmond Beach will be 125! Dr. Art Kruckeberg of Kruckeberg Gardens is turning 95! The Town Center at Lake Forest Park is turning 50; Third Place Commons is 15 and the Farmer s Market will be 10! Watch for more on all of the celebrations throughout the community during the year. It could turn out to be one BIG party! 28 28

29 Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center - Hot Lunches April 2015 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday A $3 donation is suggested for seniors 60 and older. Persons under 60 can enjoy a meal for $6. Volunteer Appreciation Month Thanks to all of you who give your time and energy to dinning services and the lunch program. Can t do it without you! 1 Ruben Sandwich Potato Salad Beet Borscht Soup Orange Cooking Class April Fool s Day 2 Teriyaki Beef with Rice and Gingered Peas with water chestnuts, Cucumber Napa Cabbage Salad, Pears Seafood Cakes Tartar Sauce Green Beans with Almonds Cottage Fries Mixed Melons Good Friday Passover Begins 3 Ham with Fruit Glaze Au Gratin Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Roll Carrot Raisin Salad Apricots Tortellini with Pesto Cream Mixed Green Salad with Dressing Roll with Butter Applesauce 6 French Heritage Meal Chicken Stew Tuna Salad on a Chinese Chicken Tomato Soup Red Potato, Tomato Bed of Lettuce, Chop Suey with Hot Dog on a Bun Gratin with Leeks, tomato, onion, Vegetables and (Condiments) Gruyere & Rosemary egg, olives Crispy Noodles 4 bean marinated Nicoise Salad Clam Chowder Citrus Fruit Salad Salad Brioche Crackers Pineapple Crème Puffs Bananas Bingo Night Birthday Lunch Creamed Turkey with Biscuit Seasoned Broccoli with red peppers Fruit Salad BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich Marinated Bean Salad Orange Seafood Newburg, In puff pastry, Herb Glazed Carrots Tossed Salad, Dressing & croutons Birthday Cake Mushroom Smothered Pork Chop, Baked Potato, Sour cream and Chives, Roll Mixed Vegetables Melon Earth Day Italian Roast Beef Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Carrots with red peppers Salad with dressing Mixed Fruit Salad Pasta Bolognese Roasted Zucchini Green Salad Garlic Bread Orange Salad Apples Cheeseburger Bun w/ Lettuce, Tomato, and Ketchup, Pickles Cabbage Salad Roasted Potatoes Mixed Berries Chicken with Spanish Rice Mexican Chopped Salad with honey Lime Dressing Roll Banana Roast Pork, Israeli Couscous Beets Cucumber Salad Pita Bread Apple Shrimp Stir Fry with Onion, Celery, Carrots Water- chestnuts, Peppers, Soba Noodles Fresh melon BLT with Turkey Navy Bean Soup Crackers Peaches Shepherd s Pie Carrot Raisin Salad With Cranberries Pineapple Roll with Butter Hot Meatloaf Sandwich with Gravy, mashed Potatoes Corn succotash Citrus Fruit salad Arbor Day 75 Milk choices: Skim, Chocolate, 2% Special thanks to all our volunteers, and Starbucks & Ivar s for donating their products to Community Dining 29

30 May 2015 Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center Hot Lunch.Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday A $3 donation is suggested for seniors 60 and older. Persons under 60 can enjoy a meal for $6 Milk choices: Skim, Chocolate, 2% Milk available Special thanks to our volunteers and Starbucks & Ivar s for donating their products to Community Dining 1 Turkey Meat Loaf BBQ Baked Beans Sautéed Mixed Greens Fresh Oranges 4 Mexican Heritage Quiche Lorraine Pork Chili Verde Citrus Sage Japanese Sheppard s Pie Spring green Salad Spanish Rice Chicken Chicken Katsu Romaine Salad w/ w/ tomato, croutons Roasted Vegetable Wheat Berry Salad Roasted Sweet tomato & dressing dressing Auga Fresca Broccoli Potatoes, mixed Roll with Butter Roasted Potatoes Warm Tortilla Roll Vegetables Peaches Fresh Fruit Salad Flan Assorted Melons Hearts of Palm Fruit Salad, Bingo Night Cinco De Mayo Roll with Butter Mothers Day Lunch Chicken with Gravy Mashed Potatoes with Caramelized Onions, Roasted Cauliflower, Banana Roll Stuffed Peppers Couscous Steamed Broccoli Roll with Butter Oranges Macaroni and Cheese, Ham Steak Buttered Broccoli Cantaloupe Tuna Salad Sandwich with Lettuce, Tomato Cream of Mushroom Soup Apricots & Strawberries Hamburger on a Bun w/ Lettuce, Tomato, and condiments Roasted Potatoes Citrus Fruit Salad Sloppy Joe on a Bun Baked beans Green Salad Berry, Orange Fruit Mix Cooking class Birthday Meal Caribbean Chicken Cumin Rice Mixed Vegetables Roll with Butter Pineapple Ruben Sandwich On Rye Macaroni Salad Beet Borscht Soup Assorted Melons Orange-Fennel Pork Chop Roasted Green Snap Peas Mushroom Barley Pilaf Roll with Butter Birthday Cake Teriyaki Chicken with Rice, Oriental Vegetables Roll Pear Closed- Memorial Day Linguini Pasta with Red Clam Sauce, cheese Mixed Green Salad w/cucumber, Olives Dressing Garlic Bread Bananas Turkey Waldorf Salad Roll with Butte Ivar s Clam Chowder Crackers Tropical Fruit Chicken burger On a Bun French Fries 4 Bean Salad Raspberry Jell-O with bananas Monte Cristo Sandwich Potato Salad Assorted Melons 30

31 June 2015 Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Meatball Sub with Marinara Julienned Peppers and Onions Mixed Melons Tilapia with Lemon Dill Butter Roasted Potatoes Green Beans Whole Wheat Roll Oranges Adobo Pork Jasmine Rice Egg Roll, Fresh Tropical Fruit, Green Salad BLT with Cheese Greek Lemon and Rice Soup crackers Pineapple Yankee Pot Roast Boiled Potatoes carrots, onions, celery Fruit Salad Roll with Butter Cooking Class Ham and Cheese Quiche Asparagus Honeydew Melon Roll with butter 8 East Indian Heritage Chicken Tikka Masala Basmati Rice cabbage upkari Peach Chutney Mango Lassi Naan Bread new Kerala Paal Payasam (Indian Rice Pudding) Tuna Noodle Casserole with Mushroom Sauce and Peas Mixed Green Salad with Tomatoes, Carrots, Dressing Applesauce with Strawberries Pork Chop with Applesauce, Hot Slaw with Poppy seed dressing Parmesan Potatoes peaches Roll, butter Clam Chowder Chef Seafood Salad w/thousand Island Dressing Roll with Butter Fresh Fruit Bingo Night Birthday Lunch Ham Steaks with Apple Chutney Baked Squash Tomato cucumber onion Salad, Roll with Butter Fruit Turkey, Cranberry Sauce and Cream Cheese Sandwich Italian Ravolini Soup Spinach Salad Banana Home-style Chicken Fricassee Mashed Potatoes Steamed Mixed Vegetable Roll Cantaloupe Apple Glazed Salmon, Barley Pilaf Pea s with red peppers & onion Fruit salad w/ yogurt Roll with Butter Birthday cake Open Faced Hot Seafood Sandwich, Tomato Cucumber Salad with Red Onion & peppers Jell-O with Mandarin Oranges Father s Day Lunch BBQ Pork Ribs Mashed Potatoes Pineapple Coleslaw Cornbread Watermelon Summer Solstice 21 st Taco Salad with Ground Beef, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cheese, and Corn Tortilla Chips Honeydew Melon Apricot Ginger Chicken Steamed Peas Lemon Parsley Rice Biscuit with Butter Peaches Turkey Burger on a Bun, lettuce, tomato Spinach Bacon Salad with Dressing Banana and Orange Mix Teriyaki Pork with Grilled Pineapple Rice, Onion, Celery, Carrots, Peppers Bok Choy National Happy Birthday to You Day Tortellini with Pesto Cream Sauce Green Salad Garlic Bread Seasonal Fruit Chef Salad (ham, chicken, cheese, Egg), Salad Dressing Roll with Butter Summer Vegetable Soup Melon Arts Festival Breakfast, June 27 & 28, Sat., Sun, 8:30 AM to noon Milk choices: Skim, Chocolate, 2% Milk Special thanks to our volunteers for their time and Starbucks & Ivar s for donating their products to Community Dining A $3 donation is suggested for seniors 60 and older. Persons under 60 can enjoy a meal for $6. Menu is subject to change. 31

32 Senior Services of Seattle/King County Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center nd Ave Seattle, WA Or Current Address Non-Profit US Postage Paid Permit #1148 Seattle, WA SPECIAL THEMES MAKE Karaoke/Bingo Even MORE Fun! YUMMY PANCAKES, SINGING and DANCING AND MORE at The Shoreline Arts Festival June 28 & 29 Breakfast Served 8:30-NOON Coming up: Our 5th Birthday April 10! Find out what s happening in May & June! See P. 20 for more details. The Shoreline Arts Festival: 10-6 on Saturday 10-5 on Sunday See Page 9 for more info. CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB.shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org

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