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Senior News for March 18, 2011

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18 March, 2011 (All day)

Monday, March 21  “Oklahoma” will be the production at the Plaza Playhouse.  Season ticket holders be ready to leave at 4:45 p.m. for dinner then the play.  Let the center know if you would like to attend with this group.

Tuesday, March 22 Happy Feet will be here for the monthly foot clinic.  Please call for reservations.  Also remember that if you are homebound, you can still receive the same services.  Get your appointments early.

Tuesday, March 22 at 7 p.m. History Class with Jay Taggart.  Jay will certainly keep your mind working with his informative sessions!  This one will be on Alexandar Hamilton and Beethoven.  Refreshments will be served.

Thursday, March 24  Beginning at 11:30 McKay-Dee Senior Care will provide free cholesterol/glucose screening to any senior over 60 years of age.  Please take advantage of these free services that keep a watch on your health.  No appointments are necessary.

Tuesday, March 29

The Foot Clinic has been changed from our usual 4th Tuesday to March 29th instead.  If you already have appointments, you will receive a call from the center; however, if you need to make an appointment, call 801-845-4040.

Tuesday, March 29  Park City is the destination.  Come and have a fun day of shopping at the Park City Outlet Stores and then have lunch.  Enid Wilde will be team leader of the day and head the trail through the stores.  It should be a great day to get out and celebrate spring; spend some money and eat. We will leave at 9 a.m. and return around 4 p.m.


Upcoming in April:

April 55 Alive Classes - call if you would like to attend and we will set up date with Marie Nye.

Thursday, April 7 - Emily Simmonds with Relay Utah who is a specialist on equipment for the hard of hearing or deaf seniors will present at 12:15.

Tuesday, April 19  Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point.  Call for information.

Big Thank You to Shirley Dickerson, our AARP specialist volunteer who completed so many taxes for folks in Morgan County.  Everyone sincerely appreciates this free service.  It’s hard to believe how many hours Shirley donates to this service.