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M3C News - Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center
Volume 14, Issue 10
October 2016
M C News
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A newsletter for the community of Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center
The Center For All Ages
Boo!
The Fall Festival
is here!
Saturday, October 22nd
10:00am- 2:00pm
Inside this Issue:
 Manager’s Message ……..…………....….p 2
 Announcements………………..…………p 3
 Fitness Classes…………………...…….p 4-5
 Activities & Classes………………....…p 6-7
 Fall Festival Info……………..…………..p 8
 Computer Classes………..…………..…...p 8
 Clubs & Discussion Groups …...…….......p 9
 Youth Classes………..……….…….….....p 9
 Breakfast Menu………………..…..…....p 10
 Lunch Menu…………………..………...p 11
 Presentations………………...………… p 12
 Trips …………………..………………..p 13
 Who We Are & Nutrition Tip……….…p 14
Join us for this annual event featuring special events for all members of
the family, even our four-legged
friends! Wear your costume and
bring your candy bag!
 Arts & Crafts Sale
Want to enter your four-legged
 Rock Climbing Wall
friend into the 2016 Pet Parade?
 Carnival Games
October 22nd
*Fee: Canned goods donations to
Begins at 12:00 pm
support local non-profits.
For more information and volunteer
opportunities, please see p. 8
Veterans Wall Unveiling
Thursday, October 6th
9:30am– 11:30 am
Join us as we honor our Veterans by
unveiling the Veterans Wall of Honor
right here at Manzano Mesa in our
Social Hall! We would like to show our
appreciation and gratitude for their
sacrifices and service.
Pets must be on leash at all times– No
exceptions. Only friendly pets
allowed please!
Prizes will be given for the
best dressed along with
Participation treats!
Candy donations are
accepted!
Help support our Fall Festival by donating
Candy! We will be accepting
donations at the front desk
now until October 21st.
Thank you in advance!
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A Message From
the Manager
If you have not noticed,
we have new signs, one
outside of our building and one on the
West side of the building as you drive
in from Southern Blvd. Manzano Mesa
was built and dedicated in September
of 2002, we did have a sign on the
side of the street on Southern, but for
a Center of this magnitude, we always
felt that it was not sufficient. I
worked here from 2006-2010 and
returned in 2014, and I cannot tell you
how many times people would
mistakenly identify us as the
elementary school or thought we were
a warehouse. We finally have an
identity and we could not be more
pleased! We want to thank Councilor
Don Harris, who without his
tremendous generosity, our new signs,
or the new blinds we have in our
Social hall would not be possible.
Ed Nunez
Center Manager
Annual Bench Press
Competition
At North Domingo Baca
Saturday, October 15th
Members 18 years and older
Be sure to represent your center at this annual
event held at North Domingo Baca
Multigenerational Center!
Registration forms can be found on page 14 of
the Sports & Fitness Catalog. Please register in
advance at any of the Fitness Centers.
For more info, please call: 505-764-6475
Any Old Cell Phones
Out There?
You can recycle
your old phones by
dropping them off
at the Computer
Lab!
Check out our new signs!
Volume 14, Issue 10
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—Friendship Coffee—
Join us for refreshments and good conversation! We will have
sponsors representing different agencies here every Thursday to help inform you about their services. Be sure to stop
by in our West Social Hall. We provide the coffee!
Free
Thursdays
10:00-11:00 am
10/06 BCBS
10/13 The Neighborhood in Rio Rancho
10/20 Onpoint at Home
10/27 Amerigroup
Did Someone Say Pie?
We invite you to join us for our
monthly Pie Socials. You don’t want
to miss this
gathering full of
tasty treats!
Every 4th Friday
10:00am-11:30pm
75¢ per serving
Oso Canyon Art Fest
Saturday, November 5, 2016
9:00am-3:00pm
Bear Canyon Senior Center
4645 Pitt, NE Albuquerque, NM 87111
(505) 767-5959
Food Trucks, Silent Auction & More!
Attention Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) If you are unsure whether or not you have turned in your volunteer hours or would like to register to be an RSVP volunteer, call 505-767-5225.
The Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) Advisory Council needs members to join its efforts in promoting awareness and educating the community about FGP and senior issues.
Catholic Charities needs volunteers for the following position. Senior Transportation Services Driver (Use of personal vehicle is required); agency gives mileage reimbursement. Volunteers will provide transportation for at
least three hours a week any day Monday – Friday
Volunteers are needed for the food pantry to sort and package food and make food boxes for low income seniors. The ability to lift 25 pounds and be on your feet is desired.
Ronald McDonald House needs volunteers are needed to greet
families and help with the needs. Volunteers are asked to work one
three hour shift per week
Mileage reimbursement is available to RSVP volunteers.
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Fitness Opportunities
**To schedule an orientation in the
Fitness Room, please ask for Paulette!
Badminton –
Monday - 1:30 - 4:00pm
Tuesday - 6:00 - 8:50pm
Thurs. - 7:00 - 8:50pm
Friday - 1:00 - 4:00pm
Get Moving Cardio– $
Monday & Wednesday
5:00 p.m. East Social Hall
Ann Owens 266-3649
$2.50 per class or $20.00 for month
Fitball –
Basketball (Open)-
Friday 5:00 pm East Social Hall
Ann Owens 266-3649
W. Court - 16yrs-49yrs
$2.50 per class
Monday 11:00am - 1:00pm & 7:00-8:50pm Advanced Boot CampWednesday 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays– 4:30-5:30pm
Tuesday & Thursday - 11:00 - 1:00pm
East S.H.
Friday 11:00 - 1:00pm & 7:00 - 8:45pm
Personal Self Defense Club-$
Basketball (Senior)E. Court - 50+
Monday 11:45am-1:00pm
Wed 10:45-12:30pm
Tues, Thurs, Fri- 11:00am-1:00 pm
Monday 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Room 4
Sean Ross 710-1877 $10.00 monthly
Pickleball Training–
Tuesday & Thursday- 9:15-11:00am
Aerobics (S&F) -
Saturday 12:30- 2:50pm Gym
8:15am - 9:15am
Pickleball-
Monday & Wednesday- Gym
Thursday - 2:00 - 4:00pm
Friday - E. Social Hall
Saturday - 9:00 am - 11:00am Gym
Flex & Tone (S&F)-
REFIT- $
Tuesday & Thursday 8:15 - 9:15 a.m. Gym
Tuesday - 6:00pm - 7:00pm E.SH
Low-Impact Exercise (S&F)-
Thursday– 6:00pm-7:00pm Gym
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
$40.00 for 10 class punch card
$7.00 drop in fee (1st class free!)
9:30-10:30am– Gym
(S&F) indicates a class offered by DSA Sports Shuffleboard& Fitness. A 50 cent contribution is
Tuesday - 1:00 - 4:00pm
appreciated!
Volume 14, Issue 10
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Fitness Opportunities (Cont.)
FITNESS ROOM HOURS
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 8:50 p.m.
(closed from 1:30 -2 p.m. for cleaning)
Saturday 9 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.
Must be 18 years & older
Yoga (Hatha Plus)Friday - 9:00 - 10:00am - Room 5
Jan Porter 293-5789
Yoga (Laughter)-
Tai Chi Chuan-
Saturdays– 9:00-10:00am Room 3
Tuesday 9:30—10:30 a.m.
Kathy Chambers 332-3753
East Social Hall
Zumba Gold- $
Ilene Dunn $5.00 suggested donation
Monday & Wednesday
TVE Wellness Classes-
10:45—11:45 a.m. Gym
Thursday 8:30 am-9:30am East S.H.
Dee Williams $2.00 per class
Seniors 50+: $2.00 per class
Others: $5.00 per class
Dimitri Carranza 214-724-6263
Gymnasium Closures
All activities in the Gymnasium will be
closed during the following times:
Volleyball (Open) (16 years & up)-
Saturday, October 22nd 9:00am-3:00pm
Monday & Friday 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Gym
Wednesday, October 26th 5:00pm-9:00pm
Yoga (Beginning) -$
Saturday, October 29th 9:00am-3:00pm
Due to Special Events.
Monday 6:15—7:15 p.m.
$7.00 per class or $25.00 for month
E.SH Instructor: Ann Owens 266-3649
Yoga (Kundalini)Wednesday 10:10-11:10 a.m. Room 4
Sueshila Stubbe 797-7738
Yoga (Hatha)Wednesday 9:00am - Room 5
Dee Cappell 265-5453
Registration and class payments are
arranged through the contact person
listed.
! IMPORTANT NOTICE !
Classes held in Room 5 will be cancelled
the following dates due to set-up for the
Fall Festival:
Monday, October 17th–
Friday, October 21st
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GAMES
ARTS & CRAFTS (CONT.)
Bingo – $
Machine Quilters—
Thursday 1:30 pm– 4pm W. Social Hall
Wednesdays 9:00am-12:00 pm
$3.00 for basic/special play Other games
$0.25+
Room 4 Shirley 288-8517
Bridge –
1st and 3rd Friday 10:00 a.m,
Open Crafts–
Mon 9:00 a.m. Room 3
Chess–
Note: no instructors, each individual can
work on a craft project of their choice.
Friday 6:00pm-8:00pm Room 3
Pottery –
Pinochle –
Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Room 4
Tuesday. & Thursday 9:00 a.m.
Carolyn– 292-5077 Room 3
Punch Quilting –
ARTS & CRAFTS
Tuesday 1:00 p.m. Room 3
Tile Painting -
Artist’s Corner –
Monday & Tuesday - 9:00am Room 3
Thursday 1:00 p.m. Room 3
Woodcarving/Fused Glass –
Special Needs Tile Class (Beg.) –
Wednesday 8:00am– 11:30 am Room 3
Friday 8:30 a.m. Room 3
Beading-
MUSIC
Mondays 8:00 am– 11:30 am Room 4
Sing-A-Long-
Brilliance of Pastel—
Tuesdays 1:00 pm Room 4
Mondays 1:30-4:00p.m.
Sharon Jensen 323-7522 Room 3
Happy Hookers Crochet—
Mon 1:00 p.m. Room 4
Mary Kelly - 296-0599
Knitting/Needle Craft –
Fridays 1:00 p.m. Room 3
ACTIVITIES
AARP Defensive Driving – $
1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:15 am Room 5
AARP Member- $15
Non AARP member- $20
Volume 14, Issue 10
ACTIVITIES (CONT.)
Amateur Telescope—
Page 7
DANCE CLASSES
(CONT.)
1st & 3rd Wednesday
7:00 p.m. Room 3
Line Dance Starter-
Escribiente Calligraphy-
Wednesday– 12:15pm-1:15pm
E. Social Hall
1st Wednesday– Room 3
6:30pm-8:30 pm
More info at: Escribiente.org
Line Dancing Beginning-
Project Linus—
Wednesday - 1:30 - 3:00pm
Instructor: Georgette Smith
$1.00 Donation
2nd Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm
Line Dancing Intermediate 1-
Modular Railroad–
Wednesdays 3:00 - 4:30pm
$1.00 Donation
3rd Saturday 10:00am– 3:00pm
Room 3
Line Dancing Intermediate 2Friday- 1:30 - 3:00pm E. Social Hall
Instructor: Wylene Santistevan
Line Dancing Intermediate 3-
DANCE CLASSES
Ballroom/Swing/Country Dancing- $
Saturday
Tuesday– 2:00-4:00pm E. Social Hall
Instructor: Clorinda Ricci– 869-6674
Wise Women Belly Dance -$
Intermediate - 11:00am - 12:00pm
Thursday - 6:00 - 7:00pm
$10.00 drop-in class
$35.00 for 4 classes
Instructor : Amaya - 280-3638
$25/4weeks, includes patterns and disk.
Sophisticated Ladies-
Instructor: Barbara Weiss - 506-0049
Monday– 1:00-3:00pm
Instructor: Shirley Smith
Beginning - 10:00 - 11:00am
Beginning Ballroom Dance–
Wednesdays 6:15pm-7:15pm
W. Social Hall
CloggercizeSaturdays 12:30pm- 2:00pm
E. Social Hall -Free!
! IMPORTANT NOTICE !
Classes held in Room 5 will be cancelled
the following dates due to set-up for the
Fall Festival:
Monday, October 17th–
Friday, October 21st
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Volunteers Needed for Fall Festival:
Donations Needed: Face Painting: If you have a

Packaged Candy
 Game Prizes
Donations of
packaged candy
should be brought to
the front desk.
Thank you for your
donations!
Costumes are encouraged!
Bring your friends and
family (including your fourlegged friends for pet
parade) and check out this
fun-filled event at Manzano
Mesa. You don’t want to miss out!
little artistic talent- the kids
love butterflies,
spiders or any other
simple animals!
Game booths:
Freaky Fishing,
Monster Basketball
throw, Wheel of MissedFortune and other fun games
to monitor and hand out
candy to the kids.
If you are interested in volunteering,
please see the front desk!
*FREE COMPUTER HELP SESSIONS*
OPEN COMPUTER LAB
SCHEDULE Monthly FREE
Mondays 1:00-3:00*
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00- 12:00
Wednesdays 1:00- 3:00
Fridays 9:00- 3:00*
First Saturday of each month - 12:30—2:30 p.m.
No prior registration or appointment needed. Just show up
with your questions or problems and get answers. If you
have a laptop computer, you can bring it in with you.
New Computer Classes!
Fill out application now. Applicants will be called for
registration date and time. Classes may be held if at least
5 or more prospective students sign up by submitting their
application. Leave your application in the box outside the
computer room . Applicants will be notified by phone
about the class start date etc.. Classes that may be offered
include:

Pre-beginners (For those with NO experience)

Beginners Computer

Windows 8 Differences

Files, Folders, Flash Drives

Email Basics

Internet Level 1
Chromebook & Android Class
*Lab will be closed at this time if there is a
class scheduled, or there is not adequate
coverage
One-to-One Tutoring







By appointment only for topics such as:
Digital Camera Use (1st & 3rd Wednesdays
1:00pm-3:00pm)
Skype
Word 2007 or above
Excel 2007 or above
Facebook
iPad
Buy/Sell EBay or Craigslist
Chromebook Classes will begin Wednesday, October For any question, please contact:
19th from 6:00pm– 8:00pm in the Computer Lab.
Jack: 505-803-4003 or [email protected]
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Volume 14, Issue 10
Manzano Mesa Classes
CLUBS/DISCUSSIONS
CLUBS/DISCUSSIONS (CONT.)
Atheist Fellowship Group -
Society of Creative Anachronism -
2nd Saturday 1:00pm -2:30pm Room 4
3rd Tuesday, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Bible Discussion Group -
Stroke Support Group–
Thursday 10 a.m. Room 5
3rd Thurs 5:30pm-6:30pm Room 3
Cherokees of NM–
TOPS #216 –
3rd Saturday 12:00-3:00pm
Friday 9:30 a.m. Room 4
Congress of Real Estate (Abq)-
Vietnamese Seniors –
2nd Thursday 6:30pm-9:00pm Room 3
Saturday 9:00 a.m. Room 4
Speak with Distinction ToastmastersThursdays Room 4 5:30pm-6:30pm
Invest in Debt–
2nd Wednesday 6:00-9:00pm Room 5
Kirkland New Horizons Toastmasters-
Women’s Bible Discussion –
Tuesdays, 10:30—12:30 Room 5
YOUTH CLASSES
All Star Jazz & Ballet- $
Thursdays - 6:00pm Room 5
1st & 3rd Fridays 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Room 5
Mistie Gallegos- 899-1666
Libros–
Wednesdays-6:00pm E. Social Hall
1st Saturday- 9:00-12:00pm W.SH
Mistie Gallegos- 899-1666
Notre Dame Club of NM–
Iron Olympian Karate- $
1st Monday
5:30pm-6:45pm Room 4
All Star Karate- $
Tuesdays- 6:00pm
Johnny: 750-4820
Kendo Kai- $
Reclaiming Families–
Fridays - 6:00—8:00 Social Hall
Tuesday 6:00-7:30pm
Davis Begay -293-2322
Red Hat Sisters –
3rd Thurs 10 a.m. East S.H.
*Memberships ARE REQUIRED for children attending any of these classes.
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Breakfast Menu
NO RESERVATION REQUIRED FOR BREAKFAST
BREAKFAST IS SERVED: 8:00AM-9:00AM MONDAY– FRIDAY.
MEALS NOT SERVED ON SATURDAYS.
`A La Carte
Egg……………………………..…$0.25
Egg Beater…………………….….$0.25
Bacon………………………….….$0.50
Sausage Patties……………….….$0.50
Hash Browns………………….….$0.30
Green Chile……………………....$0.25
Cheese…………………………....$0.25
Cereal w/Milk………………...….$0.70
Oatmeal w/Milk……………....…$0.70
Toast………………………....…...$0.20
English Muffin……….…………..$0.20
Tortilla………………………..…..$0.20
Pancake……………………….….$0.25
French Toast……………………...$0.25
Meals
Regular Breakfast $1.50
2 eggs, hash browns, 2 pieces of bacon or sausage
with choice of toast, tortilla or English muffin
Mini Breakfast $0.75
1 egg, hash browns, 1 piece of bacon or sausage with
choice of toast, tortilla or English muffin
Breakfast Burrito $1.50
Bacon or sausage, egg, green chile and hash browns
English Muffin Sandwich $1.00
Drinks
Coffee……………………….….…$0.30
Hot Tea………………...…...….….$0.30
Hot Cocoa…………………….…...$0.30
Milk……………………….……….$0.25
Orange Juice ..………….……..….$0.25
Bacon or Sausage
Pancake Breakfast $1.00
2 pancakes with choice of bacon or sausage
French Toast Breakfast $1.00
Eggs Cooked To Order:
Over
Easy
 Over Medium
 Over Hard
Sunny
Scrambled
 Egg Beaters

2 French toast with choice of bacon or sausage
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Volume 14, Issue 10
October Lunch Menu
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED IN ADVANCE
CALL 275-8731 BY 4:00 pm the day before TO RESERVE
SUGGESTED DONATION: $2 FOR 60 & OLDER, $3.25 FEE FOR 50-59, ALL OTHERS $7.67 FEE.
LUNCH IS SERVED: 11:30 AM– 1:00PM MONDAY– FRIDAY. MEALS NOT SERVED ON SATURDAYS.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday
Friday
4
Stuffed Bell
5
Pepper
Mashed Potatoes
w/ Gravy
Crinkle Cut Carrots
Dinner Roll
Bread Pudding
Carne Adovada 6
Pinto Beans
Squash
Tortilla
Mandarin
Oranges
11
Turkey w/ Gravy
12
Wild Rice
Beets
Wheat Bread
Pear
Chicken
13
Tenders
Buttered Noodles
Spinach
Dinner Roll
Banana Pudding
w/ Vanilla Wafers
Bacon Green
Chile Burger
Oven Fries
Zucchini
Chocolate Chip
Cookie
Turkey
17
Corndog
Au Gratin
Potatoes
Broccoli &
Cauliflower
Sliced Peaches
Pork Stir-Fry
18
Fried Rice
Brussel Sprouts
Crescent Roll
Pineapple Chunks
Frito Pie
19
Tater Tots
Asparagus w/ Garlic
Wheat Bread
Mandarin Oranges
Rice, Chicken 20
& Cheese
Casserole
Oriental Blend
Veggies
Corn Bread
Jell-O w/ Fruit
Spaghetti w/ 21
Meat Sauce
Italian Veggies
Wheat Bread
Warm Pear Slices
Pork Chop
24
w/ Caramelized
Onions
Stuffing w/ Apples
Broccoli
Dinner Roll
Fruit Cocktail
Red Chile
25
Cheese Omelet
Hash Browns
Stewed Tomatoes
Wheat Bread
Peaches w/
Cinnamon
Pollock w/
Tartar Sauce
Rice Pilaf
Succotash
Crescent Roll
Grapes
26
Green Chile 27
Chicken Lasagna
Green Beans w/
Mushrooms
Tortilla
Warm Chocolate
Cake
BBQ Brisket 28
Sandwich
Baked Beans
Glazed Carrots
Pumpkin Mousse
Bratwurst
3
Red Rosemary
Potatoes
Brussel Sprouts
Sliced Apples
Baked Macaroni
And Cheese
Italian Veggies
Bread Stick
Peaches
Salmon w/
10
Lemon Butter
Sweet Potatoes
Baby Carrots
Wheat Roll
Grapes
Baked Ziti
Green Beans
Crescent Roll
Apple Cobbler
CLOSED
FOR
STAFF
RETREAT
LUNCH MENU FOR THIS WEEK
TO BE DETERMINED
7
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M3C News
Presentations
Please Sign-up at the front desk.
Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program
Do you or a member of your family have an illness such as cancer caused by toxic exposure in the workplace? You may be eligible for benefits under the EEOICPA.
Tuesday, October 4th
10:00 am– 11:00 am
Room 4
Medicare Plan Consultant with Presybterian
Drop by and get any medical plan questions answered! Presbyterian will be providing
free information for multiple medical plans.
Tuesday, October 4th
2:00 pm– 3:30 pm
Room 5
Helping Hoarders
Compulsive Hoarding affects up to 5-6% of the population and presents difficult problems. This presentation includes discussion, lecture and an extensive handout with a
list of resources
Tuesday, October 11th
10:00 am– 11:00 am
Room 4
The Captivating Life Story of Judy Garland
Frances Ethel Gumm, better known as Judy Garland, was called “the greatest
entertainer who ever lived” by Fred Astaire. Clips will be shown.
Tuesday, October 18th
10:00 am– 12:00 am
Room 4
Preparing for Fall Planting and Gardening
Everything you need to know to plant Fall Vegetables, flowers, trees and more!
Tuesday, October 25th
10:00 am– 11:00 pm
Room 4
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Volume 14, Issue 10
Trips
Please Sign-up at the front desk.
Trinity Site Visit
American Society of Radiology
Saturday, October 1st
Thursday, November 3rd
Check in: 9:00 am
Check in: 8:15 am
Return: 5:30 pm
Return: 2:00 pm
Cost: $15.00
Cost: $2.00
Santa Fe National Cemetery
El Morro National Monument
Thursday, November 10th
Thursday, October 6th
Check in: 9:00 am
Return: 4:00 pm
Check in: 8:00 am
Cost: $9.00
Return: 5:00 pm
Cost: $15.00
Riverbend Hot Springs
Thursday, October 20th
Monte Carlo Steakhouse
Tuesday, November 29th
Check in: 10:45 am
Check in: 8:00 am
Return: 2:00 pm
Return: 5:00 pm
Cost: $2.00
Cost: $17.00
Eli’s Place
Friday, October 28th
Check in: 10:45 am
Return: 2:00 pm
Cost: $2.00
Christmas in Madrid
Saturday, December 3rd
Check in: 2:00 pm
Return: 9:00 pm
Cost: $7.00
More trips and further information available on our bulletin board.
Be sure to check out the rest of our trips we have to offer!
*Payment is due in order to complete reservation.
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CASA NUTRITION TIP:
Need to Reduce Added
Sugars?
Who we are...
Richard J. Berry, Mayor
Department of Senior Affairs
Select low-fat and no-sugar-added foods to
make good “nutrient buys” with your budget. Depending on the foods you choose and the amount of physical activity you do each day, you may have calories
left over for “extras” that can be used on treats like
solid fats, added sugars and alcohol. These are discretionary calories, or calories to be spent at your discretion.
A person’s discretionary calorie budget varies
depending on how physically active they are and how
many calories they need to consume to meet their daily nutrient requirements. Use this interactive tool to calculate your personal daily calorie needs. The American
Heart Association recommends that no more than half
of a person’s daily discretionary calorie allowance be
spent on added sugars.
Common sources of discretionary calories (in
addition to added sugars) are fats, oils and alcohol.
Fats are the most concentrated source of calories.
Discretionary calories can be used to:
•Eat additional foods from a food group
above your daily recommendation.
•Select a higher-calorie form of a food that’s
higher in fat or contains added sugars (whole
milk vs. skim or sweetened vs. unsweetened cereal).
•Add fats or sweeteners to the leanest versions
of foods (for example, sauce, dressing and
butter/margarine).
•Eat or drink items that are mostly fat, sugar or
alcohol such as candy, cake, beer, wine or regular soda.
Source: heart.org
Jorja Armijo Brasher, Director
Rhonda Methvin, Recreation Division
Manager
Manzano Mesa
Multigenerational Center
Ed Nunez, Center Manager
Vacant, Center Supervisor
Matt McCoy, Youth Prog. Coordinator
Courtney Morgan, Office Assistant
Larissa Martin, Program Assistant
Julio Santiesteban, Program Assistant
Erick Montoya, General Service Worker
Michael Berry, General Service Worker
Tony “Tee” Wilkins, Custodian
Francisco Ramirez, Cook
Ned Coffey, Kitchen Aide
Paulette Chavez, Recreational Assistant
CONTACT MMMC:
501 Elizabeth SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
505-275-8731 (Phone)
Hours of Operation:
Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
*** $13.00 annual membership fee

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