I hope everyone will enjoy the Labor Day Holiday

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I hope everyone will enjoy the Labor Day Holiday
NORTH OLMSTED SENIOR CENTER
G. A. B. — Golden Age Bulletin
September 2014
2 8 1 1 4 L OR A IN R O AD
N O R TH OL M STE D, OH IO
KEVIN M. KENNEDY, MAYOR
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Jackie Chavez-Anderson, Administrator
MAYOR’S CORNER
I hope everyone will enjoy the Labor Day Holiday
Monday, September 1st. North Olmsted City Hall and
other city offices, including the Senior Center, will be
closed in observance.
You can still take advantage of the fresh produce at the
Farmer Market in September. The market will be in
the North Olmsted Community Cabin every Tuesday
from 10:00am – 12:00pm.
Finally, the new school year is under way! Please
remember to watch out for our youth when driving and
watch your speed in school zones.
Have a safe and happy September!
Sincerely;
Mayor Kevin M. Kennedy
COMMUNITY NEWS &
EVENTS
Tuesday, September 2nd &
16th
North Olmsted City Council
8:00pm/City Hall
Tuesday, September 2nd
Hearing Screening &
Wax Cleaning
10:00am-11:30am/Atrium
Tuesday, September 16th
Health & Wellness Program
9:00am/Activity Rm.
Wednesday, September 17th
AARP Driver Training
9:00am-1:00pm/Activity Rm.
Thursday, September 18th
Cholesterol/Glucose Screening
9:00am-11:00am/Atrium
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TUESDAY & THURSDAY HOT LUNCH PROGRAM–
MOVIES, LECTURES, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD, FUN!
Announcements begin before lunch is Served. * $1.00 Suggested
Donation * Everyone 60 and older is Welcome.
Lunch reservations must be made by the week prior.
TUESDAY MOVIE MADNESS 12:30 PM
2nd– Chasing Mavericks
This thrilling biopic tells the story of legendary
surfer Jay Moriarity's quest to ride the monstrous
Northern California waves at Mavericks -- and
details his close friendship with surfing mentor Frosty Hesson.
(Drama/ PG/ 116 Min)
9th– The Company You Keep
Robert Redford stars as Jim Grant, a lawyer and single dad who
has to go on the lam after a reporter identifies him as a longsought U.S. terrorist. As the journalist locates more of Grant's
old contacts, his guilt begins to appear less certain. (Thriller/
R/ 121 Min.)
16th– A Good Year
Oscar winner Ridley Scott directs this adaptation
of Peter Mayle's best-selling novel, following the
romantic misadventures of an Englishman who inherits a vineyard from his uncle in Provence, France. (Drama /PG-13/
114 Min)
THURSDAY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
12:15 Everyone is welcome to participate in the lively free entertainment!
4th - HEALTHY EATING FOR
OLDER ADULTS
Lauren Newman, Licensed Dietitian with HCR Manor Care,
will be presenting this educational program designed to help
you develop a healthy eating plan.
11th - JOHN KOWALSKI
Enjoy an hour of fond memories
and fun music and comic relief
with entertainer John Kowalski.
Oldies, show tunes and your all
time favorites. Requests are always welcome.
18th – PATIO DEDICATION
23rd– Jobs
Ashton Kutcher delivers a tour de force performance
as Apple founder Steve Jobs in this biopic that spans three decades of the entrepreneur's life. The story follows Jobs from the
obscurity of a Palo Alto garage to global fame as a technology
icon. (Drama/ PG-13/122 Min)
30th– Endless Love
In this remake of the 1981 cult classic, an intense
teenage boy falls for a wealthy girl, and when their
worried parents try to keep them apart, their incendiary love affair grows obsessive and dark. (Romance/PG-13/103
Min)
Movies & Popcorn / .50 Cents
All movies shown on our Large Screen ‘Smart Board’
Crisp clear sound and picture perfect theatre experience!
Join us on the new outdoor patio where we will
be serving “Pies on the Patio” Immediately following Hot Lunch at 12:30. Rain or shine!
25th - *MUSIC BINGO OHIO*
Join us for a fun filled hour
combining: BINGO & music.
Kenny Gilder brings this new
interactive entertainment to the
Senior Center along with prizes
and a lot of laughs! Just bring
yourself and all BINGO accessories will be provided to you free of charge.
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ACTIVITIES and EVENTS
Website of the Month
northernohiotourism.com
This website offers information on
all of the wonderful events coming
up in our area. Find out about local arts and crafts fairs, festivals,
exhibits, hay rides, and much
more! A few examples include
the upcoming Cleveland Garlic
Festival, Berea Arts Fest, Cleveland One World Festival, and Cedar Valley Settlers Celebration
and Music Festival. Experience
all that Cleveland offers this Fall!
NOSC Book Club
Friday, September 19th at 1:00
in the Atrium
The Best of Me
Nicholas Sparks
Forced to confront
painful memories of the past, two
former lovers will discover undeniable truths about the choices they
have made. Is it possible to fall in
love again or do you never fall
completely out of love.
HEALTH, WELLNESS, and FITNESS
BLOOD PRESSURE
each Monday 10 – 11:30am
By St. John Community Outreach,
Fairview Hospital Outreach, Life
Care Centers & Rae-Ann
~ EXERCISE CLASSES ~
Geri Fit
Mon. & Fri.
8:45 AM
Zumba Gold
Wed.
9:00 AM
Chair Yoga
Thurs.
9:00 AM
Need Transportation?
Call 1-800-983-4782 for
Van Service
Senior Transportation
NOSC Volunteer Program:
Volunteer group meets on Friday
September 19th at 11:00 to work
on community outreach
projects. New members
are welcome.
Springvale (440) 777-0678
SUPPORT GROUPS
5871 Canterbury Road– N. Olmsted
Dementia Support
Monday, September 8th at
2:00 pm. ***Note: Date
Change due to Labor Day
Golf, Ballroom Dance, Party Events
North Olmsted Recreation
(440) 734-8200
26000 Lorain Road– N. Olmsted
Visit the City of North
Olmsted’s website at:
www.north-olmsted.com
To learn about the many opportunities that Springvale and the
Recreation Center have to offer.
Highlighted Activities of the Month:
Newsletter Volunteers:
This generous group meets the last Wednesday of the
month from 10:00 to 11:00. HCR Manor Care will be
donating pastry on Wednesday, September 24th in special recognition of this group.
Singing Seniors & Bell Choir:
These two lively groups meet every Thursday excluding
the first Thursday of the month at 1:45. HCR Manor Care
will donate pastry on Thursday, September 11th in special
recognition of this group.
Multiple Sclerosis
Wednesday,
September 10th
at 7:00 pm
NOSC Art League
Everyone is welcome to
join this talented group
which meets every
Wednesday at 12:00 pm
in the Atrium. All art
mixed media is welcome.
All artists must provide
his/her own
materials.
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Tiffany Hunt, LSW
Outreach Services
(440)716- 4264
AARP DRIVERS TRAINING
Wednesday, September 17th
9am-1pm/Activity Room
Cost: $15/AARP members
$20/non-members
Tune up your driving skills and
update your knowledge of the
rules of the road! This course
will teach you about defensive
driving techniques and also
qualifies you for a discount on
your car insurance. Payment
will be collected the day of the
course. Please sign up with
Tiffany.
Beth Reitz, AAC/AD Activities Coordinator
Activity Highlights (440) 716-5434
Free Hearing Screening &
Ear Wax Cleaning
Tuesday, September 2nd
10:00am-11:30am/Atrium
Jennifer Adamson from Connect
Hearing, Inc.
will be offering
free hearing
screenings and
ear wax cleanings by appointment. Please sign up with Tiffany.
Free Cholesterol & Glucose
Screening
Thursday, September 18th
9:00am-11:00am/Atrium
St. John Medical
Center’s Outreach
team will be offering
free non-fasting cholesterol and glucose
screenings. No appointments are
necessary.
Health & Wellness Program
Tuesday, September 16th
9:00am-10:00am/Activity Room
Pam Nicholson from HCR Manor
Care will present a Wellness
Program along with a light breakfast. There will also be a short
Walking Club meeting before the
presentation. Please sign up with
Beth by September 11th.
Walking Club
End of the season Luncheon
Wednesday, October 1st
12:00pm/Activity Room
All walkers are invited to the end
of the season celebration to recognize their efforts in this years
“Marathon Walk.” Lunch will be
provided by Crossroads
Hospice and awards
will be presented. Sign
up with Beth by September 24th.
Jackie Chavez-Anderson, Administrator 716-5444
Operation Christmas Stocking! Help support American Troops by donating requested
items for Christmas stockings to be sent
overseas. A local family is hoping, with your
help, to send 120 stuffed stockings to our
troops this year. All stockings are sent
through a non-profit organization called
Boatsie's Boxes, www.boatsie.com,. Please
look for the fliers and a drop off box at
North Olmsted Senior Center. Items can be
dropped off from Mon., Sept. 15 thru Fri.
Oct. 17. Items needed: first aid kits to-go,
travel size tissue packs, lip balm/chapstick,
everyday greeting cards, envelopes, Icy Hot
North Olmsted High School: Senior Citizen Athletic Activity
Packets, toothbrushes, toothPass. All North Olmsted residents who are 60 years of age or older
paste, dental floss. Also, taxqualify to receive this free pass to attend all NOHS home games.
deductible monetary donations
Report to the NOHS Athletic office (during school hours) located at:
will be accepted. Please make
5755 Burns Road. Bring your ID to confirm your residency and your
checks out to: Boatsie's Boxes,
birthdate. This pass allows you free access to all NOHS home
Inc.
games. All N.O. Recreation Center events are excluded.
Pies on the Patio! Outdoor Patio Dedication
Event :Thursday September 18th 12:30
Everyone is welcome to join us on our new outdoor covered patio where we will be serving free
pies! A BIG thank you to Mayor Kevin Kennedy,
Planning Director Kim Wenger and Human Resources Director
Cheryl Farver for your dedication to seeing this dream come
true. Warm gratitude is also extended to Downing Construction
and John Patrick Picard Architect and Associates for helping us
achieve this vision. Special recognition to Whitmer’s Lighting
for the donation of the outdoor fan and Bakers Square for the
donation of pies. This event will take place rain or shine.
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September Hot Lunch Menu
TUESDAY
2nd-
9th-
Breaded Fish
Seasoned Wedge Potato
Spinach
Whole Grain White
Orange
BBQ Chicken
O’Brian Potatoes
Green Beans
Whole Grain Rye
Pineapple Chunks
16th– Swedish Meatballs
Gravy
Buttered Noodles
Cauliflower
Whole Grain White
Tropical Fruit
THURSDAY
4th-
11th-
Roasted Turkey Breast
Gravy
Mashed Potato
Zucchini Squash
Whole Grain Rye
Sliced Pears
Chicken Breast Alfredo
Buttered Noodles
Mixed Vegetables
Cauliflower
Whole Grain Roll
Tropical Fruit
18th– Stuffed Green Pepper
Mashed Potatoes
Baby Lima Beans
Whole Grain Honey Biscuit
23rd– BBQ Rib Patty
30th-
Corn
Spinach
Whole Grain Wheat
Applesauce
25th– Sweet & Sour Pork Loin
Baby Carrots
Green Peas
Whole Grain Wheat Biscuit
Banana
Hamburger
Corn
Broccoli
Whole Grain Bun
Banana
*Menu Subject to change
without notice*
Please be aware that each individual is responsible for making his / her
own lunch reservation. Due to a limited amount of lunches that will be
ordered, reservations will not be made over the phone. Sign-up is always
one week in advance as the reservations are called in to the caterer on
Thursdays at noon.
All persons 60 and older are welcome to join us for lunch. A registration form must be completed and can be obtained at the
front desk. Once this has been completed and is on file, you may
sign up for any lunches that you choose. Please contact the
center for more details! This program was made possible by a
Grant from the Ohio Department of Aging through the Western
Reserve Area Agency on Aging. Please acquire your lunch ticket
at the sign in desk and be in your seats no later than 11:30am.
Please note that announcements
will begin at 11:35 or earlier, lunch
will be served shortly after. Please
refer to the entertainment page
for a schedule of movies and performers. All meals ordered must
be consumed on site. “Carry-Out”
lunches are not permitted.
The only exceptions are the following:
1. Individually wrapped cookies.
2. Individually wrapped bread.
3. Fresh Fruit (apple, orange etc.)
4. UNOPENED milk during the
winter months.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
A Donation of
$1.00 is
suggested
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NORTH OLMSTED ACTIVE ADULTS
TRAVEL PLANNER
2014 TRIPS & TOURS Info
You may sign up for trips Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, please speak with Beth
Reitz, Activity Coordinator to help you with all of your travel registration needs.
On trips that leave before 8:00 A.M., please note that the Center will not be open earlier than the
check-in time indicates. Also, please park in the LOWER parking lot for all trips!
*Please be advised to bring a “Current State Issued” photo ID for all Casino Trips!
2014 Trip Schedule
Wednesday, September 10th- THE WESTSIDE MARKET & BAKERY TRIP
Lunch is out of pocket at Joes Deli in Rocky River.
Cost- $10.00 (S.T.C) Check in– 9:45am Return-approx.– 3:00pm
Wednesday, September 17th– *Rocksino & Rat Pack Matinee*
The new Cleveland Rocksino is featuring matinee entertainment! You will arrive at the
Rocksino in Northfield at 11:00 am. At 1:00 pm you will be seated for "The Rat Pack"
Matinee show. When the show ends at 2:15 pm you will have an opportunity for more
casino time. We’ll depart from the Rocksino at 5:00 pm.
Cost: $49.00 (checks payable to JKL Tours) Check in-10:00am Return-approx.-6:00pm
Receive a bonus of $15.00 slot play and $5.00 food
*There is a waiting list for this trip*
Wednesday, September 24th- *MAPLESIDE TOUR*
Enjoy an exciting fall tour of Mapleside Farms, voted America’s Most Beautiful farm by
chooseoutdoors.org. The afternoon starts with a delicious lunch (out of pocket) in the
Orchard House where you will be able to order off the menu. The adventure continues
with a guided hayride tour of the orchard including an educational lecture regarding apples, bees and pumpkins. The tour ends with cider and donuts in the apple production area. Before retuning home you will have time to shop at the gift store and Corbo’s Bakery.
Cost: $21.00 cash ($10.00 for STC / $11.00 for tour) Check in-10:30am Return-3:30pm
*Look for an exciting new 2015 Trips schedule featuring an overnight adventure!
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Free Community Meals
All are welcome to attend these meals.
Reservations are not required.
Westlake Christian Church, 25800 Hilliard Rd., Westlake, 440-871-2400
Third Sunday of every month
Sunday, September 21st from 5:00-6:00 p.m.
 Westlake United Methodist Church, 27650 Center Ridge Rd., Westlake, 440-871-3088
Every 4th Wednesday of the month
Wednesday, September 24th from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
 North Olmsted United Methodist, 4600 Dover Center Rd., North Olmsted, 440-779-6634
Every Last Thursday of the month
Thursday, September 25th from 4:30-6:00 p.m.
 Clague Road United Church of Christ, 3650 Clague Rd., North Olmsted, 440-734-1040
Every Last Saturday of the month
Saturday, September 27th 4:30-6:30 p.m
 .John Knox Church, 25200 Lorain Rd., North Olmsted, 440-777-3744
Last Tuesday of every month
Tuesday, September 30th from 5:30-7:00 p.m.
 All Saints Lutheran Church, 7230 Columbia Rd., Olmsted Falls, 440-235-2212
Every Wednesday
Wednesdays, 6:00-6:45 p.m.
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You can access the monthly newsletter for free on our City’s website! www.north-olmsted.com
With your mouse left click
“Departments” then left click “Senior Center” OR Sign up using your email account and receive our monthly
newsletter via email.
“E-Newsletters” is located on the left hand side of the City of North Olmsted home page. Choose the Senior
Center E-Newsletter box and simply input your email address and create a password and click “subscribe”.
North Olmsted Senior Center -Main Line (440) 777-8100
Jackie Chavez-Anderson—Administrator /email: [email protected] (440) 716-5444
Beth Reitz– AAC/AD, Activities Coordinator /email: [email protected] (440) 716-5434
Tiffany Hunt-LSW, Outreach /email: [email protected] (440) 716-4264
Lynda Hudson, Hot Lunch Program Manager/email: [email protected] (440) 777-8100
Brian Auner & Chris Juchem/ Custodians / (440) 777-8100
Fax # (440) 716-4246
September 2014

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