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1 NOVEMBER 2014 Janice B. Fitzgerald Brockton Council on Aging - City of Champions 10 Father Kenney Way, Brockton, MA phone fax ACTIVITIES AARP Aerobics Bingo Book Club Bowling BP Screening Bridge Cards Chess Club Computer Class Congregate Meal Cribbage Elder Law Clinic Fine Arts Class Flu Clinic Gardening Glucose Screening Health Screening Income Tax Preparation Information/Referrals Informational Workshops Knitting Group Library Madd Hatter s Mah Jongg Men s Group Piano Pool Table Poker Project Lifesaver SALT/TRIAD Singing Group Scrabble SHINE Counselor Tai Chi Thursday Theater Train Dominoes Walking Group Whist Yoga Zumba Gold Mayor s Message Next month we are officially gearing up for the holiday season. The annual Holiday Parade will be held this month on Saturday, November 29th. This event brings thousands of people from the South Shore to downtown Brockton. Also at City Hall, we will have our Craft Bazaar that brings music, food, and games for all ages. This will run through the morning and during the parade. As we come towards the winter season, be sure to log onto our website to sign up for Commonwealth Connect. This online application allows us to notify Brockton Residents of city emergencies such as snow storms, power outages, etc. Have a safe Holiday Season, and remember when Brockton is home everything is within reach. For updates on city events please log on to Brockton.MA.US and click on our events calendar. Mayor Bill Carpenter Director s Message November is a busy time of year for everyone. People are preparing their favorite Thanksgiving Day treats and shopping for the holidays begins for most of us. This time of year can become very costly for some of us. With the talk of our electricity bill increasing, we all need to tighten our belts to be able to get through the winter months. Here are some suggestions and I welcome any others. 1. Shop for new Part D coverage through December 7 2. Limit shopping trips to once a week 3. Brew your coffee at home 4. Unplug unused devices 5. Use programmable thermostats 6. Flaunt your age for discounts 7. No partial loads in washer and dryer 8. Apply for fuel assistance starting November 1 9. Apply for SNAP (food stamps) 10. Look through the COA coupon box for products you use 11. Check with Brockton or your town for any senior discounts 12. Make sure you are receiving a discount on electric bill if you qualify 13. Be sensible when making purchases. Make sure it is a need and not a want! 14. Give handmade or baked goods as Holiday gifts. They mean so much more! If you would like more information on any of these suggestions, do not hesitate to contact us here at the COA. Reminder: SNOW POLICY for the COA- If Brockton Public Schools are closed due to inclement weather the COA will also be closed for activities. Unless there is a declared state of emergency, the staff will be in the building. If you are unsure if we are open, please call before leaving your home. I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving and join us on the 10 th to say thank you to our Veterans. Janice We are supported in part by The Executive Office of Elder Affairs

2 NOVEMBER 2014 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:30 Walking Club 9:15 Activities Comm. 10:00 Zumba Gold 10:00 Board of Directors *Friends Meeting immediately following* 12:30 Bowling 1:00 Greater Brockton Area Hoarding Task Force 7:30 Walking Club 9:30 Veterans Breakfast 10:00 COA Book Club 12:30 Bowling 3 Election Day 4 7:30 Walking Club 5 9:00 Cribbage 6 7:30 Walking Club 7 9:30 Poker 10:00 Fine Art 9:30 Blood Pressure- 10:00 Free Hearing 10:00 Computer Class Tower Hill Screenings with Beltone 10:00 Movie 10:30 Bingo-Cards must 10:00 Scrabble 12:00 Train Dominoes be purchased by 10:15 10:30 Aerobics 12:00 Mah Jongg 1:00 Déjà Vu Movie 1:00 Let s Discuss Dementia All Activities Are Cancelled :30 Walking Club 12 9:00 Cribbage 13 7:30 Walking Club 14 9:30 Poker 10:00 Fine Art 9:30 Blood Glucose- Veterans Day 10:00 Scrabble 10:00 Computer Class Tower Hill 10:30 Aerobics 10:00 Movie 10:30 Bingo-Cards must 12:00 Mah Jongg be purchased by 10:15 1:00 AARP Meeting 1:00 Déjà Vu Movie 1:00 Diabetes and Medication Center is Closed 7:30 Walking Club 17 9:30 Singing Group 18 7:30 Walking Club 19 9:00 Cribbage 20 7:30 Walking Club 21 9:30 S.A.L.T./Triad Rehearsal 9:30 Poker 10:00 Fine Art 9:30 Blood Pressure 10:00 Zumba Gold 10:00 Bridge 9:30 Ask Dottie 10:00 Computer Class Southeast Rehabilitation 12:30 Bowling 12:00 Congregate Meal 10:00 Scrabble 10:00 Movie 10:30 Bingo-Cards must Smoked Ham 10:30 Aerobics 12:00 Train Dominoes be purchased by 10:15 1:00 COPD: What You 12:00 Knitting 12:00 Mah Jongg Should Know 1:00 Poker 12:30 MADD Hatters 1:00 Déjà Vu Movie 1:00 Hand & Foot 1:00 Scams, Frauds, 2:30 Yoga and Giving Wisely to 2:30 HopeHealth Charities Holiday Support Group 7:30 Walking Club 24 9:30 Singing Group 25 7:30 Walking Club :30 Walking Club 28 9:00 Michelle Beneski Rehearsal 9:30 Poker Thanksgiving 9:30 Glucose/Blood Elder Law Consults 10:00 Bridge 10:00 Scrabble Pressure-VNA 9:30 Men s Group 12:00 Congregate Meal 10:30 Aerobics 10:00 Birthday Party 10:00 Zumba Gold Thanksgiving Special 12:00 Mah Jongg 10:30 Bingo-Cards must 12:30 Bowling 12:00 Knitting be purchased by 10:15 1:00 Poker 1:00 Making a Holiday 1:00 Hand & Foot Wreath 2:30 Yoga Center is Closed..tick-tock!! It s Daylight Savings Time Daylight Saving Time is Sunday, November 2. Be sure to turn your clock back 1 hour. This Space Available For Information On Advertising, Please Call Our Representative Lisa Templeton at x3450 or DEFICIENCY-FREE!! Beautiful State-of-the-art Rehab Gym Newly renovated Short-term Rehab Unit Specialized CHF Orthopedic Rehab IV Therapy Stroke Recovery Long-Term Nursing Care Call today to schedule your tour T: Beaumont Ave., Brockton, MA

3 NOVEMBER 2014 CITY OF CHAMPIONS SENIOR NEWS 3 EVENTS & ACTIVITIES Special Events Veterans Breakfast Please sign-up at the front desk or call to attend these events. Greater Hoarding Brockton Area Task Force...Monday, Nov. 3 rd at 1:00PM Let s Discuss Dementia..Wednesday, November 5 th at 1:00PM Diabetes and Medication..Wednesday, November 12 th at 1:00PM Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Monday, November 17 th at 1:00PM Scams, Frauds,& Giving Wisely to Charities Wed, November19 th at 1:00PM Making a Holiday Wreath Monday, November 24 th at 1:00PM The Brockton Council on Aging does not endorse any seminars. Seminars are for informational use only. Monday, November 10 th at 9:30AM Please join us to celebrate our Veterans with a Veterans Day breakfast. Listen to a patriotic performance by the Brockton Swinging Singers. The cost is $3.00 per person to attend. There is no charge for veterans. Make sure to RSVP to attend no later than Monday, November 3 rd. Holiday Party The Brockton Council on Aging will hold its Annual Holiday Party on Monday, December 15 th at 12:00 Noon. Please join us as we celebrate the holidays together with a three course dinner and the Entertainment of Java Jive. This event will take place at The Shaw s Center, 1 Feinberg Way, Brockton, MA. The cost to attend is $10.00 per person and space is limited so sign up soon. Seniors On the Go Trips Trip Policy - Brockton residents 60 years of age or older will be given first priority on reservations for all trips sponsored by the COA. Anyone living outside of Brockton will be put on a waiting list and if seats are available you will be called. TRIPS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. Day Trips November 10 th..foxwoods Casino...$24.00 plus $2.00 cash tip November 20 th..a Thanksgiving Feast at Whites of Westport $44.00 plus $2.00 cash tip December 4 th.holiday Party at Danversport Yacht Club, Danvers, MA.$59.00 plus $2.00 cash tip January 29 th...surprise Bag Millionaire Bingo at West Valley Inn.$45.00 plus $2.00 cash tip OVERNIGHT TRIP December 8 th -10 th..christmas in the White Mountains at Indian Head Resort Single Occupancy $ Double Occupancy $ Triple Occupancy $ Prices listed above are per person. To qualify for double occupancy roommates must sign up at the same time. Thursday COA Theater There are now two showings of each movie. These showings occur at 10:00AM and 1:00PM (Déjà Vu Movie) each Thursday. If you wish to attend you must sign up for a specific time. November 6 th God s Not Dead Starring: Kevin Sorbo, Shane Harper, Run Time 112 Minutes David A.R. White and Dean Cain (Rated PG) November 13 th Blended Starring: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore Run Time 117 Minutes Joel McHale and Wendi McLendon-Covey (Rated PG-13) November 20 th The Fault in Our Stars Starring: Ansel Elgort Run Time 126 Minutes Shailenen Woodley, Nat Wolff and Willem Dafoe (Rated PG-13)

4 NOVEMBER 2014 CITY OF CHAMPIONS SENIOR NEWS 4 HEALTH & WELLNESS DROP-IN Aerobics ($3).Wednesdays at 10:30 AM Blood Pressure Screenings: See calendar for day and time Bowling Mondays at 12:30PM at Westgate Lanes, Lanes 3&4 Glucose Screening...2 nd and last Friday of each month Walking Club.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30AM Yoga ($4)...Tuesday at 2:30PM Zumba Gold ($3)..Mondays at 10:00AM GROUPS The following groups meet monthly. Days and times are subject to change please consult calendar on page 2 for changes. AARP Meeting.2 nd Wednesday of each month at 1:00 PM Ask Dottie 3 rd Wednesday of each month 9:30-11:00 AM Bereavement Support Group 3 rd Tuesday of month at 2:30 PM Book Club 2 nd Monday of each month at 10:00 AM Knitters..every Tuesday at 12:00 PM Low Vision Support Group... last Tuesday of each month from 10:00AM-1:30PM at the Campello High Rise, Bldg A conference room. To register to attend call Laurie Werle at MADD Hatters..3 rd Wednesday, November 19 th at 12:30PM. The theme for October is Thanksgiving, No Turkey. Cost is $9.00 per person. Please RSVP by November 12 th to attend. Men s Group.last Monday of each month at 9:30AM Order a breakfast sandwich for $3.00 per person SALT/TRIAD 2 nd Monday of each month at 9:30AM GAMES at the COA Come join in Bingo. Fridays at 10:30 AM Bridge Tuesdays at 10:00 AM Cards.everyday from 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Chess Club every Thursday from 2:00-4:00 PM Cribbage...Thursdays at 9:00 AM Hand and Foot Tuesdays at 1:00 PM New Mah Jongg Wednesdays at 12:00 PM Train Dominoes every other Thursday from 12:00-4:00 PM Poker.Wednesdays at 9:30 AM Afternoon Poker..Tuesdays at 1:00PM Scrabble Wednesdays at 10:00 AM Whist Mondays and Thursdays at 1:00 PM Take a Moment to Thank A Veteran When you see someone in a uniform, Someone who serves us all, Doing military duty, Answering their country s call, Take a moment to thank them For protecting what you hold dear; Tell them you are proud of them; Make it very clear. Just tap them on the shoulder, Give a smile, and say Thanks for what you re doing To keep us safe in the USA! Our sincerest thanks to all Veterans past and present. SUPPORT GROUP This monthly support group run by Aria Michaels Paradise, LICSW of HopeHealth will offer support and education for those dealing bereavement and other difficult issues around the holidays. This group will meet the 3 rd Tuesday, of every month, at 2:30 PM, this month s will be held on November 18 th. Please sign-up at the front desk or call to attend this group. UPCOMING EVENTS Left, Right, Center AAA Safe Driver Program Beading Basics New Food Labels Senior Safety & Self Defense Holiday Trivia Craft Class THANKSGIVING JOKES -Why did the turkey cross the road? -Why do Pilgrim s pants always fall down? -What did the turkey say to the computer? Answers: It was Thanksgiving and he wanted people to think he was a chicken. Because they wear their belts on their hats. Google, Google, Google

5 NOVEMBER 2014 CITY OF CHAMPIONS SENIOR NEWS 5 CLASSES & EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Registration is required in advance to attend these classes. Fine Arts Class: Thursdays 9:00AM-2:00PM Computer Class for Beginners: 1 st & 3 rd Thursdays of each month 10:00AM 11:30AM Advanced Computer Class: 2 nd & 4 th Thursdays of each month 10:00AM 11:30AM (Each computer class is 4 Sessions) Congratulations to all our Artists! Mary Coots First Prize: Mixed Media Category Vincent Ricci Second Prize: Acrylic Category Barbara Savage Second Honorable: Oil Category And to all the Artists that participated in the 2014 Senior Citizens Art Exhibit sponsored by the Office of Secretary of the Commonwealth William Francis Galvin OUTREACH DEPARTMENT By now you have probably heard how electric bills will increase this winter. National Grid offers a program, R2 on Demand, which if you qualify based on income, you would receive a discount. If you are already receiving Fuel Assistance or SNAP (food stamps) benefits you may already be getting this discount. You can find that information on your bill under the section that reads delivery. Also if everyone in the household is over 65, you are eligible for shut-off protection if you are behind on your bills. Lastly, National Grid offers a program called 62-Plus which is for retired customers living on a pension and/or Social Security checks. 62-Plus is designed to accept payment of your electric bill after the due date without placing your account in arrears. In addition to conserving electricity, another way to save on expenses is to apply for fuel assistance. If you would like more information or would like to schedule an appointment for any of these programs you can call the Outreach Department at Reminder-Open enrollment to change Medicare drug plans continues until December 7 th. If you need a SHINE appointment, please call as soon as possible. Lynn and Dottie Friends of the Brockton Council on Aging Country Store Grand Opening Thursday, November 6 th at 11:00AM Country Store Hours Thursdays from 11:00AM 2:00PM The Friends of the Brockton Council on Aging are starting a small gift shop with COA T-shirts, cookbooks and handmade items. All proceeds from the items will go to the Friends. Funds raised by the Friends are to be used for the purpose of enhancing the COA. If you are interested in donating handmade items please call Special Congregate Meal Thanksgiving Special Tuesday, November 25 th at Noon Roast Turkey Breast with Gravy Whipped Potatoes Seasoned Peas, Carrot & Corn Medley Cranberry Sauce Corn Bread Apple Pie Suggested Donation $2.50 Please sign-up at the front desk or call to attend

6 NOVEMBER 2014 CITY OF CHAMPIONS SENIOR NEWS 6 THANK-YOU, GRACIAS, MERCI, MERITE, OBRIGADU To all our newsletter sponsors for your support. Mary McGonigle and Braemoor Health Center for the beautiful basket Lucia Shannon for running our COA Book Club To the Brockton Visiting Nurses Association for Happy Feet One Smile Brockton for the presentation on water fluoridation To all the volunteers that helped with the Flu Clinic Mary Bessey for SHINE-Medicare changes for 2015 Richard Clark, Lynne McKenney Lydick and the Massachusetts Cultural Council for A Time to Laugh, A Time to Weep Anne Roan of Conley Funeral Home for sponsoring and painting pumpkins Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Outreach Program To all the Volunteers that helped with our annual Halloween Party To all the volunteers that helped with the Flu Clinic Congratulations Doris Sheldon the winner of October s Senior Dollars. Selma Kracoff Fredi Walker Edith Kjersgard Lorna Bernard Jeanne Lafond Patricia Sullivan Betty Walker Kathleen Connolly Joan K. Pike Deborah Freeman Sarah Akeke Laura J. Garvin Robert DeVasto Elaine Sealey Judy Cook Ed McCormack Anthony Gregory Josie Maraglia June Berlinguet Robert Gage NEW AND RENEWAL OF MEMBERS William Kracoff Classie Durant Errol James Stanford Bernard Marion Fuoco Joseph Sullivan Barbara Maki Barbara E.Simonds Carol Theriault Jean Vilme Mary Akeke George H. Cook Dorothy Rondeau Joe Sealey Bill Cook Clayton A. Reichenberg Barbara Gregory Therese L. Wells John Berlinguet MEMORIALS Marion Fuoco in memory of Henry Hank Fuoco Betty Walker in memory of her husband, Joseph Walker Josie Maraglia in memory of her husband, Joseph L. Maraglia Maxine E. Young in memory of her husband, Frederick T. Young Jr. Judy and Bill Cook in memory of Earl Churchill (Birthday) Therese L. Wells in memory of William A. Wells Jr. Therese L. Wells in memory of William A. Wells Sr. We are saddened to hear of the passing of Ralph Owens and Robert Smith. They were wonderful, committed volunteers here at the COA. They always went above and beyond to help and support us here at the center. They will be deeply missed. NOVEMBER BIRTHDAYS Rodney Johnson 1 st Robert Keaveney 3 rd P. Nunzio Urbano 3 rd George Morrissey 4 th Roy Edwards 5 th Arlene Meltzer 6 th Carol Auger 7 th Elaine Bonsey 7 th Cecelia Shefton 7 th Helen Wedge 7 th Harold Hoffman 8 th Dorothy Puliafico 8 th Irene Presseault 9 th Bennett Aronson 10 th Linda Watson 10 th Ruth Bump 11 th Millie Bowker 11 th Bob McCormack 11 th Martha Platt 11 th Anita Fuller 14 th Dave McSweeney 14 th Ruth Muncy 14 th Eleanor Silvestrino 15 th Margaret Smith 15 th Madelyn Venti 15 th Daniel Clague 16 th Beatrice Johnlewis 16 th Margaret Benoit 18 th Rose Hale 18 th Arthur Thomas 18 th Till Freeman 19 th Mary Mucci 19 th Bobbie Lemasa 19 th William Wright 19 th Elva Jenkins 20 th Theo Schmidt 20 th Ed Gagnon 22 nd Lucy Low 22 nd Muriel Kiernan 23 rd Harriett Rapchuck 24 th Carole Harris 25 th Kamile Michalowski 25 th Rae DeLea 27 th Marilyn Epstein 27 th Annie George 27 th Florence Flo Ross 28 th Just a reminder To have your birthday listed in the Newsletter you MUST put your name in the Birthday Book located at the Council on Aging. Be sure to listen to Rob Hakala on radio station 95.9 FM WATD at 5:45 AM to hear you birthday announced.

7 Short-Term Rehabilitation Care, Long-Term Care Respite Care & Adult Day Program Private Resident Rooms 215 Thatcher St., Brockton Call the Admissions Department at Visit $2 GUEST PASS! For $2 a day, join us for... - Forever Fit: MWF, 9-10am - Aqua Aerobics: 9:30-10:30am - Aqua Arthritis: 10:30-11:30am - Walking the Track: any time! OLD COLONY YMCA 320 MAIN STREET, BROCKTON Your journey to the top of the mountain begins with us. Short Term Rehab Hospice Care Long Term Rehab Skilled Nursing Respite Care We are one of the few skilled care facilities in MA licensed to provide outpatient services North Pearl Street, Brockton, MA Rehabilitation & Nursing Center SHORT TERM REHABILITATION AND SKILLED NURSING CENTER Personal Care in a Home-like Atmosphere Pleasant St., Brockton, MA Providing services to the community since 1974 We Respect and Support Our Senior Citizens 50 Christy Place 35 Christy Place Brockton, MA Brockton, MA As we continue the tradition of delivering the highest level of quality care and services to the greater Brockton community, both Baypointe and Heights Crossing look forward to furthering our relationship with The Brockton Council on Aging and another successful year. FOR AD INFO CALL LITURGICAL PUBLICATIONS INC. OCTOBER 2, :47 PM BROCKTON COUNCIL ON AGING, BROCKTON, MA,

8 Brockton Council on Aging Mary Kennedy Senior Center 10 Father Kenney Way Brockton, MA FRIENDS OF THE BROCKTON COUNCIL ON AGING 10 Father Kenney Way, Brockton, MA Name: Phone: Address: Membership for $10.00 pp Additional Contribution $ Memorial Donation $ In Memory of: Make checks payable to The Friends of the Brockton Council on Aging COUNCIL ON AGING BOARD Lorraine Lalli, Chair Sue Alves, Vice Chair Betty Goldsmith, Treasurer Richard Drobiak, Secretary Al Amoroso Teddi Bourassa Daniel Clague Irene Clague Carole Harris The COA Board meets the 1 st Monday of each month at 10:00 AM ALTERNATES John Kenney Jane Moynihan STAFF Janice B. Fitzgerald, Director Michelle Brace, Program Activities Coordinator Dorothy Slack, Health Education/ Outreach Coordinator Lynn Winkler, Outreach Worker John Hefler, Custodian FRIENDS BOARD Alice Farnsworth, Chair Joseph Madaio, Vice Chair Vincent Ricci, Treasurer Dolores Langer, Secretary Eleanor Duval Suzanne Larke Nita Otis Gertrude Ricci Frances Sorgman Anita Stadig Maxine Young The Friends Board meets the 1 st Monday of each month immediately following the COA Board meeting. Mission Statement: The Brockton Council on Aging, a branch of city government, is mandated to assess the needs and provide programs and services to Seniors in the community and strives to improve their quality of life. The Council on Aging offers through its staff and volunteers easy access to an array of general programs, information, and socialization opportunities to Seniors age 60 years and older. COUNCIL ON AGING Our elder residents are provided an opportunity to live a lifestyle based on independence, and we are committed to helping our seniors age with dignity and security. The Brockton Council On Aging provides an array of informational Programs, workshops, health screenings, recreational and social activities such as trips, holiday luncheons, computers, cards and games to individuals age 60 and over. Give us a call or drop by Monday thru Friday, 9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. at the Mary Kennedy Senior Center, 10 Father Kenney Way, Brockton. All Council on Aging activities are subject to change without notice.

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