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August 2016 - Anne Arundel County
PASADENA SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER
4 1 0 3 M O U N TA I N R OA D
PASADENA MD 21122
PHONE: 410-222-0030
Making Life Better!
August
2016
THE PASADENA
NAVIGATOR
Inside this issue:
August Activities
2-3
Center Policies/Info
4
Menu
5
Classes/Activities
6-7
Senior Center Trips/Info
8-9
DENA SI & Other News
Pasadena Senior Center Picnic
Date: Friday, August 5, 2016
Time: 11 to 2
Cost: $16 per member
9
Advertisements
10
Other Information
12
Kurtz’s Beach Club
Music by: Tim Amann and the Pet Rock Band
Deadline to purchase tickets: July 29th
Limited van transportation is available. Please sign up for
the van when you purchase your ticket.
Appraisal Road Show
Antiques and Ask the
Appraisers
Anne Arundel County
Senior Activity Centers
offer free membership to
individuals 55 or older who are
active, self sufficient and able to
function
independently. For more
information, visit your local senior center for a tour and to obtain additional materials about
classes and activities.
Adults 55 or older who need assistance with daily living activities, or their caregivers, should
contact Information &
Assistance at 410-222-4257 to
learn more about
Wednesday, August 3
10 a.m.
Todd Peenstra is a well known antique and art appraiser. You
will be able to find out these things:
What you have?
Its origin?
 How old is it?
 Where to sell it?
How you can get it repaired or restored?



You can register at the front desk. You must let us know what
you are bringing. Up to 1 item per person. The first 10 people
will be taken in alternating order. Please register by July 27.
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August Activities & Programs
BINGO is played at the Pasadena Senior
Center each week on the
following days unless entertainment or a
special event is planned for this time
Period, then it may be cancelled.
Only 1 card, please.
 Tuesday 12:30 to 2:00
 Thursday 10:00 to 11:30
Please bring a BINGO prize for the table if
you want to play. Thank you!
THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
Tuesday, August 2
10 to 12
Bonnie Pavlak will demonstrate the benefits of
massage to help reduce tension and stress.
You will receive a mini massage of the neck,
back and hands. Please register at the front
desk.
THE GLORY OF LOVE SHOW
FRANK & TRISH CURRERI
Thursday, August 4
12:30
Join your friends for a journey of love through
music with Trish & Frank. Please register by
July 28.
INTERMEDIATE BRIDGE
Friday, August 5, 12, 19 & 26
be discussing Polypharmacy. Polypharmacy is
for patients who are taking multiple
medications. She will discuss the risks involved
and how to manage them. Please register by
August 3.
JED DUVAL AS ELVIS
Wednesday, August 10
12:30
Back by popular demand, Jed Duvall as Elvis
Presley. He will entertain the group with all of
the oldies but goodies by Elvis. Please register
by Wednesday, August 3.
PASADENA EYE CARE CENTER
Monday, August 15
10 a.m.
A representative from Pasadena Eye Care
Center will clean and adjust eye glasses and
discuss general eye care. Pleaser register by
August 8.
MUSIC BY CHUCK FISHER
Monday, August 15
12:30
Chuck Fisher is back by popular demand.
Chuck is a retired fishing guide from the
Chesapeake Bay. A former Vocalist, Guitarist
from a Top Forty show group, he sings all of
the Classics and Modern songs created for the
Baby Boomers. Chuck will sing songs from
those days of your first crush and school-yard
sweetheart. Please register by August 8.
12:30
BOOK CLUB MEETING
Friday, August 5
12:30 - 1:30
The List of books to be read is available at the
front desk.
MUSIC BY GRIF GRIFFIN
Monday, August 8
12:30
POLYPHARMACY & THE
ELDERLY
Wednesday, August 10
10 a.m.
Esther Alabi Nyarko from PACE Pharmacy will
ICE CREAM SOCIAL AND
SING ALONG WITH JOHN
Thursday, August 18
12:30
Join your friends for an ice cream sundae and a
fun sing-a-long with John. John will take you
back in time with some Oldies but Goodies.
Pleaser register by August 11.
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August Activities & Programs
New AACC Fall Classes:
Registration begins August 2
Touchstones Discussions

Wednesday 1:30 to 3:30
Class participants read brief passages from the
Western tradition, i.e., Homer, Francis Bacon among
others, and collaborate as creative thinkers in a
guided discussion. No pre-reading or research
needed.
German Espionage in the US in
WW II

Wednesday 1 to 3
Examine German espionage and sabotage in the US in
World War II and how diplomats, spies and bomb makers
worked to keep American munitions from the Allies and
to keep America out of war.
The Founding Fathers and the
Constitution

Monday 10 to 12
This course will examine the events that led up the
convening of the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and
then discuss the lives, personalities and the
influences on, and of, certain of the Founding Fathers
who were key to the successful writing of the
Constitution of the United States.
The History of Secrecy and
Deception

Monday 1 to 3
Explore the history of secrecy and deception used by the
military in past conflicts. Topics include case studies
from the Civil War, Boer War, World War I, Vietnam, Cold
War and the Middle East Wars.
Moving with the Masters

Friday 2:15 to 3:15
Moving with the Masters is a program of ballet exercises
set to the music of Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Shubert and
others. It has been shown that listening to the
classics is good for your brain; moving to the classics is
good for your body. The exercises will increase balance,
flexibility, strength and vitality. No experience is
necessary.

Music of the Civil War
Thursday 9:30 to 11:30
Discuss and evaluate the importance of songs during the
Civil War and the historical impact that they left on
American history. Students will listen to the various war
songs of the Civil War from the Union and Confederate
sides and evaluated the meanings of these songs and the
impact that these songs had on the Civil War soldiers and
society.
KARAOKE WITH
JIM BARTLEY
Wednesday, August 24
12:30
Join your friends and be the
star of the party. Sing your favorite songs with
Jim. Please register by August 17.
SPECIAL NUTRITION LUNCH
HAWAIIAN LUAU
Thursday, August 25
Noon
Menu:
Baked Chicken, Baked Port
Sweet & Sour Sauce
Teriyaki Sauce
Stir Fry Vegetables, Rice
Chow Mein Noodles
Dinner roll
Fruit, Juice, Milk
This special lunch will be limited to 50
members and you must register at the
Nutrition Program Desk by August 11.
Music by Tim Amann at 12:30
HISTORY OF ANNE ARUNDEL
COUNTY WORKSHOP
Friday, Aug. 26, Sept. 2, 9 & 16
Time: 9:30 to 11:30
Patrick Heline will conduct a 4 week workshop
on the history of Anne Arundel County. Anne
Arundel County has a rich history and most of
that rich history comes from the various towns
around the county. This workshop will examine
the development and establishment of
selected towns within AA County. The
selected towns that this course will cover
include Londontown, Annapolis, Odenton and
Fort Meade, Glen Burnie and Pasadena. Other
mentioned histories in the workshop will include
communities such as Millersville, Crofton and
Gambrills. This class will be limited to 20
members. Please register by August 19.
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Center Information
Weather events can
happen at any time of the
year. Listen to your radio or
television. AA County Senior
Activity Centers will be closed
if all AA County Government Office are closed.
If AA County Schools are closed due to
weather conditions, the Senior Activity Center
will be closed, including lunch & van
transportation. If schools are delayed due to
weather conditions, Nutrition lunch will be
canceled and the center will open at 10 a.m.;
all classes prior to 10 a.m. will be canceled.
Classes that begin at 10 a.m. or later will be
held as scheduled. In the event of an early
school closure because of weather, all classes
starting at 1 p.m. or later will be canceled and
the Senior Activity Center will close at 2 p.m.
If schools are closed due to a scheduled break
and there is bad weather predicted, please call
the Senior Activity Center to confirm the
opening or closure or check the AA County
Department of Aging & Disabilities website.
Regularly scheduled AA County Public School
closures, delays or early closures (such as
teacher work days or exams) do not affect the
Senior Activity Centers. If there is inclement
weather and the AA County Public Schools
have a regularly scheduled closure, the AA
County Department of Aging & Disabilities will
make a determination about Senior Activity
Center closures and provide this information to
the media.
SENIOR CENTER DONATIONS
WE APPRECIATE ALL DONATIONS THAT ARE
MADE TO THE PASADENA SENIOR CENTER.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ONCE THE DONATION
IS MADE, IT BECOMES THE PROPERTY OF THE
CENTER TO BE USED AS NEEDED.
THANK YOU!
PASADENA ACTIVITIES
All Programs and activities have been
confirmed at the time of this newsletter
publication; however, changes and/or
cancellations can occur. Activities, classes, van
trips and presentations can be cancelled for
many different reasons, most of which are out
of the control of the Pasadena Senior Center
staff. Please adhere to the time limits for
registering for an activity or event at the
center.
Thank you.
SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER
PARTICIPATION RULES
Anne Arundel County Senior Centers are
administered under the auspices of the AA County
Department of Aging & Disabilities. Federal , State
and local laws have designated these centers as
community focal points for the delivery of services
to older adults. Membership rules exist so that
registered clients and guests can
participate in activities in a safe and comfortable
environment. At registration you were given a
copy of these rules. A copy is also posted on the
general bulletin board and copies are available at
the front desk for your convenience.
Thank you for adhering to our participation rules.
SUNSHINE COMMITTEE
The Pasadena Senior Center has a
Sunshine Committee. If you know or hear of
a member who is under the weather, in the hospital or
maybe at home recovering from surgery, please let our
front desk volunteers, Sandy (Mon) or Margie (Tue)
know. They will be glad to send a card or note.
STATS MACHINE
Don’t forget to scan your membership key tag
when attending any activity at the Pasadena Senior Center. If you need help, please see the front
desk volunteer or a staff member.
Thank you!
Snack Bar Hours: 8:45 to 12:30
Monday thru Friday
Please remember that the Pasadena Senior
Center Snack Bar is manned by volunteers. If a
volunteer is unable to work the snack bar, it may be
closed.
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Nutrition Lunch Menu
August 2016
Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
1
Hawaiian Chicken
Black Beans
Mixed Vegetables
Whole Wheat
Bread
Mandarin Oranges
Cranberry Juice
2
Sliced Turkey
Breast
Cranberry Orange
Sau
Red Potatoes
Brussel Sprouts
Whole Wheat Roll
3
Baked Swai
Lemon Butter
Sauce
Confetti Rice
Sliced Carrots
Whole Wheat
Bread
4
Western Baked
Beef
Delmonico
Potatoes
Broccoli
Whole Wheat Roll
Applesauce
5
Crispy Baked
Chicken
Garlic Whip
Potatoes
Collard Greens
Cornbread
Tropical Fruit
8
Taco Meat
Lettuce and
Tomato
Corn O’Brien
Fiesta Veg Blend
Flour Tortilla
Fresh Seasonal
9
Pork Roast/ Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
Glazed Baby
Carrots
Whole Wheat Roll
Sliced Pears
Cranberry Juice
10
Parmesan Chicken
Garlic Rotini
Spinach
Italian Bread
Diced Peaches
Apple Juice
11
Potato Crusted
Fish
Mashed Spiced
Yams
Green Peas
Whole Wheat
Bread
12
Meatloaf
Brown Gravy
Blackeyed Peas
Okra & Tomatoes
Multi Grain Bread
Mandarin Oranges
Grape Juice
15
Pepper Beef Steak
Brown Rice
Sliced Carrots
Whole Wheat Roll
Diced Peaches
Apple Juice
1% Milk
16
Turkey Primavera
Garlic/Red Pep.
Penne
Green Beans
Multi Grain Bread
Fruit Cocktail
Grape Juice
17
Spanish Tilapia
Delmonico
Potatoes
Broccoli w/Cheese
Whole Wheat Roll
Fresh Seasonal
Fruit
18
Creamy Paprika
Chic.
Butter Beans
Ratatouille
Wheat Bread
Rosy Pears
Apple Juice
19
Salmon Patty
German Potato
Salad
Coleslaw
Whole Wheat Bun
Hot Cinn.
Applesauce
22
Swiss Steak
Whipped Potatoes
Glazed Baby
Carrots
Whole Wheat
Bread
Fruit Cocktail
23
Breaded Pollock
O’Brien
Hash browns
Diced Beets
Whole Wheat Roll
Fresh Seasonal
Fruit
24
25
Chicken Marsala
Bow Tie Pasta
SPECIAL
Green Beans
NUTRITION
Whole Wheat Roll
LUNCH
Sliced Peaches
Apple Juice
1% Milk
26
Pork Loin
Coffee Sauce
Buttermilk
Potatoes
Cabbage
Cornbread
Mandarin Oranges
29
Swedish Meatballs
WG Penne Pasta
Broccoli
Whole Wheat
Bread
Hot Spiced Fruit
Apple Juice
30
Apple Glazed Pork
Mashed Spiced
Yams
Green Beans
Oatmeal Bread
Pineapple Tidbits
Cranberry Juice
31
Country Fried
Steak
Country Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
Sliced Carrots
Whole Wheat Roll
Tropical Fruit
Wednesday
“Lunch is served daily with fun and friendship!”
Please give generously towards the $4.25 cost of each meal.
Persons under the age of 60 must pay full price for their meal.
Please reserve your meal in person with the Nutrition Site Aide.
Thank you! Menu items are subject to change.
Friday
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Activities and AACC Summer Semester Classes (August - Sept.)
MONDAY
Windows 10 Basics
Functional Cond. II
M/F (C)
Pinochle (P)
Needlecraft Class
M/TH
(V)
Functional Cond. I
M/F (C)
Windows 7 Basic (C)
Low Impact Line (C)
Nutrition Lunch
Adaptive PE (Chair)
M/W C
Fundamentals of Digital
Photography (C)
Intro. To GIMP (C)
US Confederate
Presidents 1781-1789
Beg. Country Line
(V)
8:40
8:50
9:00
10:00
10:00
10:30
11:15
12:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
2:15
SPECIALS
Music by Grif Griffin
August 8 12:30
SPECIALS
Pasadena Eye Care Center
August 15 10 a.m.
Therapeutic Massage
August 2 10 to 12
Entertainment by Chuck Fisher
August 15 12:30
September 2012
August 2016
S
TUESDAY
Adv/Beg Line
Dance (C)
9:30 iPhone Basics (C)
9:30 Morris to Tiffany: Arts
And Crafts (C)
10:00 Conversational Sign (C)
10:00 Painting & Drawing
(C)
10:15 Line Dancing (C)
11:50 Cardio Cond.
(Aerobics) (C)
12:00 Nutrition Lunch
12:30 Bingo (V) (bring a
Gift for the bingo
table)
12:30 I Pad Basics (C)
1:00 Adaptive PE
(Chair) TU/TH (C)
1:00 Religion of the Axial
Age (C)
1:00 One Stroke Painting
(C)
1:00 Cards (V)
2:00 Core Stability/
Pilates T/TH (C)
8:40
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PUBLIC USE PC’S
Are available for
member use
during the following hours:
Monday - Friday
8:45 to 3:45
8:40
9:00
9:30
9:45
9:45
10:00
10:50
11:55
12:00
12:00
1:00
WEDNESDAY
Cardio Cond.
(Aerobics) (C)
Wii Bowling (V)
History of Broadway
Music (C)
Adapted PE II (C)
Cardio Cond. (C)
Flower Painting
Acrylic (C)
Integrative Strength
Flex (Yoga) (C)
Belly Dance 101 (V)
Nutrition Lunch
Art Studio (space
permitting) (P)
Adaptive PE (Chair)
M/W (C)
SPECIALS
Appraisal Road Show
August 3 10 a.m.
The Elderly and Polypharmacy
August 10 10 a.m.
Jed Duval as Elvis
August 10 12:30
Karaoke with Jim Bartley
August 24 12:30
AACC 2016 Fall
Semester
Registration:
Begins: Tuesday,
August 2
Last day to register at
centers:
Friday, September 9
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Activities and AACC Summer Semester Classes (August - Sept.)
8:40
9:00
9:00
9:30
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:00
10:00
11:50
12:00
12:00
12:30
12:30
1:00
1:00
1:30
2:00
THURSDAY
Integrative Strength/Flex II
Cards (V)
Pastels (C)
IPad Basics (C)
History of the US First Lady (C)
Functional Mobility Balance (C)
Beautiful Gardens: Near & Far (C)
Bingo (V)
Needlecraft Class M/TH (V)
Cardio Conditioning Aerobics (C)
Beginning French (C)
Nutrition Lunch
IPad Intermediate (C)
Painting (C)
Adaptive PE T/TH (C)
One Stroke Painting (C)
US First Ladies (C)
Core Stability Techniques/Pilates
T/TH (C)
SPECIALS
Frank & Trish Curreri - The Glory of Love
August 4 12:30
Ice Cream Social and Sing Along
August 18 12:30
8:50
9:30
10:00
10:00
10:00
11:30
12:30
12:00
12:30
1:00
1:00
FRIDAY
Functional Cond. 3 M/F (C)
Oil Painting (C)
Sewing Volunteer/ongoing (P)
Functional Cond. 3 M/F (C)
Intro to Oceanography (C)
Integrative Strength/Flex Tech
(Yoga) (C)
Book Club (Volunteer) (1st F)
(V)
Nutrition Lunch
Intermediate Bridge (P)
Cardio Cond. (Zumba Gold) (C)
Mixed Media Art (C)
SPECIALS
Book Club
August 5 12:30
Summer Picnic at Kurtz’s Beach Club
August 5 11 to 2
4 Week Workshop on the History of Anne Arundel
County Aug. 26, Sept. 2, 9, & 16 9:30 - 11:30
Special Nutrition Lunch and Music by Tim Amann
August 25
Noon
ADA Accommodation Information for Anne Arundel Community
College
Students seeking accommodations for courses offered by AACC should follow these
guidelines:
1)
2)
Register for class
Call 410-777-2306 (Press Option 1) to schedule an appointment; the appointment
must be at least 3 weeks in advance of the class. The office is located in the
Student Services Building on the Arnold Campus.
3) You must bring to the appointment an audiogram or medical statement provided
by your doctor or audiologist stating your need for an interpreter.
AACC Cycle fee is $80 per semester. AACC classes are open to members 55 years of age or older. If
you are between 55-59 there is a $40 per class fee in addition to the cycle fee. If you are 60 + you
pay only the cycle fee and classes are free. AACC will not accept cash; payments can be made by
check, credit card or money order.
ACTIVITY CODES:
(C)=AACC Sponsored Classes
(P)=Pasadena Senior Center Sponsored
(V)-Volunteer
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Pasadena Senior Center
Trip Desk
Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday
Desk hours: 10 to 1
410-222-0030
Sunfest 2016
Thursday,
September 22, 2016
Cost: $40 per member
Sunfest celebrates its 42nd year as Ocean
City’s biggest and best festival. Sunfest
artist will delight your senses with their art
and craft creations. Over 30 food vendors
will awaken your taste buds with delicious
foods from the famous Eastern Shore.
The bus will stop enroute for breakfast.
Sign up soon, seats are going fast!
Sight & Sound Theatre presents:
“Samson”
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Cost: $110 per member
Includes deluxe transportation,
show, lunch, taxes and gratuities.
American Music
Theatre’s
“Winter Wonderland”
Wednesday,
December 7, 2016
Cost: $85 per member
Please make sure that your
membership information is
up-to-date. Please see a staff
member or a front desk volunteer to change
your information. Thank You!
Winter Wonderland will be a great value,
feel-good holiday event filled with
yuletide whimsy and winter wonder that
celebrates both the magic and the
meaning of Christmas. Price includes
deluxe transportation, lunch and the
show.
TO REGISTER FOR A SENIOR CENTER TRIP:
You must be a member (55 & older); please bring your membership key tag.
 Bring (2) names and phone numbers of emergency contacts.
 Your deposit/payment for the trip. You will not be registered without a deposit.
 Plan and register early so that you don’t miss out on these exciting trips.
It is your responsibility to update changes in your personal information with the front office
before registering for a trip.


Please adhere to the Trip Office hours for registration and payment of trips.
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August 2016
The Transportation Program requires that the
van list be sent at least 1 week prior to the
trip. You will be able to register for each trip
on the first day of sign up. There is a $2.00
commitment fee. (Exact money only will be
accepted). Those who cancel after the list is
sent to Transportation will not get their $2
commitment fee returned. Forfeited fees
will be donated to the senior center.
Please note that departure and return times
are approximate. The Department of Aging &
Disabilities’ van drivers have a full schedule
each day that include medical trips, dialysis
appointments, shopping, social trips and
more. We ask that our members check in at
least 10 minutes before the center departure
time. You must also factor in traffic and
weather if there are delays. Thanks for your
understanding!
 Tuesday, August 9
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Linthicum Heights, MD
Depart: 10:30 a.m.
Return: 1:30 p.m.
Registration opens: July 22
Registration ends: August 2
Wednesday, August 17
The Big Fish Grille
Crofton, MD
Depart: 10:45 a.m.
Return: 1:45 p.m.
Registration opens: August 1
Registration ends: August 10

Tuesday, August 23
Timbuktu Restaurant
Hanover, MD
Depart: 10:45
Return: 1:45
Registration opens: August 8
Registration ends: August 16

Pasadena Seniors Inc.
Board News
SERVICE FARE COUPON
The cost of a coupon is $5.00 and the
winner gets $100 of service.
Upcoming Service Coupon:
$100 Gift Card to Lauer’s Supermarket
Tickets are on sale.
The 2016 Pasadena Seniors Inc.
Election Results are in. Your new board
members are:
Clara Holman
Ray Liebenthal
Sandy Shumate
Pam Walker
Wyetter Segar
Shirley Wagner
Congratulations to our 2016 elected
DENA Board Members. Thanks to all of our
board members who work so hard to help
supplement programs and services at the
center.
Many thanks go to our outgoing Board
Member, Corean White, who served for
many years and will take a well-deserved
break. Thank you for your service.
2016 Upcoming Holidays
Labor Day - Monday, September 5
Election Day - Tues., November 8
Veterans Day - Friday, November 11
Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 24
& Friday, November 25
Christmas - Monday, December 26
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Pasadena Senior Activity Center
4103 Mountain Road
Pasadena MD 21122
Phone: 410-222-0030
Fax:
410-222-0032
Nutrition: 410-222-0033
Center hours: Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Senior Health Insurance
Counseling Program
For an appointment, please call
The Department of Aging &
Disabilities at 410-222-4464
Maryland Access Point (MAP)
We’re on the Web:
www.aacounty.org/aging
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Members who need special accommodations must
contact the senior center at 410-222-0030, through
Maryland Relay 7-1-1 or by e-mail at
[email protected] at least 7 days in
advance of the event. You can be assured that we
will do our best to provide the type of
accommodations that allow you to participate in a
meaningful way. If you are unable to attend or must
cancel, it is important to do so 48 business hours
prior to the event. This will help the senior center
avoid paying cancellation fees, or in some cases,
the entire service fee. Thank You!
Center Staff & Important Numbers:
Cheryl Heinold
Barbara Perron
Dale McKinney
Marjorie Williams
George Johnson
Transportation
Dept. of Aging &
Disabilities
Cpl. Megan Ott
Director
Office Manager
Custodial Services
Nutrition
Van Driver
410-222-0022
410-222-4464
410-222-0080
This service links seniors and their
families with community resources
and services.
For an appointment, please call
(410) 222-4257.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
advertised in this publication are not
endorsed or guaranteed by either the
Pasadena Senior Center or AA County
Department of Aging & Disabilities.
For advertising information, please call
F.A.T.A. Inc. 410-578-3600 or write:
P.O. Box 4889, Baltimore, MD 21211.
Emergency Evacuation
Information
If it should be necessary to
evacuate the building, members should stay
calm and exit as quickly as possible through
the nearest door. Proceed around to the
front of Two Rivers Restaurant. Do not leave
for home until you have checked in with the
Director. Do not re-enter the building until
notified by the Director that it is safe to go
back Inside the building.
Thanks for your cooperation.

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