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Father`s Day Luncheon
June 2016
Promoting independence through advocacy, engagement & access to resources.
Servicing the cities: Herriman, Riverton & Bluffdale
CENTER INFORMATION
12914 SOUTH REDWOOD RD.
RIVERTON, UTAH 84065
PHONE: 385-468-3040
TTY USE 711
OPEN: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
WWW.SLCO.ORG/RIVERTON
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
Call for more details.
Please call 24 hours in advance.
MORNING TOAST & COFFEE
Toast, coffee, tea & hot chocolate are
available at 8:00AM
Donations appreciated.
LUNCH
Lunch is served daily - 11:45AM- 12:30PM
Suggested donation of $3.00 for 60+
Under 60 cost is $7 pay at front desk.
ALTERNATE LUNCH
The menu/carb label is posted at the front
desk. Menu changes weekly.
BREAD DONATIONS
Please call the center for more information
about donations the center receives.
CENTER STAFF
LORIANN WARNER ……….....…MANAGER
MELINDA CUDNEY .……….…..PROGRAMS
SHERRY COWDELL .......................OFFICE
DEB REKOUTIS ………..…..MAINTENANCE
DEISI CHAVEZ .…...….……….... KITCHEN
JACK TURCSANSKI …....TRANSPORTATION
Father’s Day Luncheon
Friday, June 17th at 11:00am
Entertainment:
♫♫ Mixed Nuts ♫♫
RSVP for Lunch
Essay and Poetry Writing Contest
“As a Child I Wondered…”
Entries may be submitted beginning June 1, 2016
Winners will be announced and notified by October 1, 2016. Prizes will be
awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
For more information go to:
www.slco.org/aging/silver or stop by the center for a flyer
Chronic Pain &
Fibromyalgia
Learn what it is, and what help is
available, join us
Tuesday, June 21st at 11:00am
Presented by:
Dr. Robert Scranton
Scranton Clinic of
South Jordan
Oral Screening
Head & Neck Check
Wednesday, June 22nd
at 9:30am-11:30am
* REGISTER-FREE*
Looking Out for the
Well-Being of Yourself &
Others
Wednesday, June 15th at 11:00am
No matter what age we are, it is important to be
aware of our emotional and physical
well-being.
Join Eun Ha with Vital Aging Project.
June 2016
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Early Voting
Craft Class
1
09:00 Senior Yoga - Robin
09:00 Computers & Internet Class
Taught in Computer Lab
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
10:00 Advisory Committee
00000 Meeting - Conf. Room
11:00 Memories into Memoirs
00000 Break for Summer
12:00 Pottery Class (till 4pm)
12:30 Texas Hold’em
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
01:00 Easy Line Dancing Class
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
2
08:30 Zumba Gold
09:00 Computer Lab Open - Steve
10:00 Ceramics - Janice (till 12pm)
11:00 BP—Unified Fire Authority
00000 (if available & not on call)
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Low Impact Exercise with Dan
01:00 Beginner Tap Dancing
02:30 iT For All® Computer Club
00000 Free Hands-On Classes
00000 Taught by Mark & Dan
00000 *Register*
3
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
10:30 Bingo No Card limit 00000 No Win limit. Caller: Judy
11:00 Piano by Wayne ♪♫
11:00 Chair Massage (11-1)
00000 Elements Massage - 15min
00000 $10 suggested *Register*
12:00 Pottery Open Studio (12-4:30)
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
7
08:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Chair Yoga w/ Karina (30min)
10:00 Bridge - Card Room (till
11:00 ♪♫ Ballads of A Lady ♫♪
00000 Birthday Celebration!!
12:15 Hand Massages - Free
00000 Connie with BeeHive Homes
00000 of Draper *Register*
12:45 Bingo - Sponsored by
00000 Larkin Mortuary
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Strengthen Exercise Class
8
09:00 Senior Yoga - Robin
09:00 Computers & Internet Class
Taught in Computer Lab
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
11:00 Memories into Memoirs
00000 Break for Summer
12:00 Pottery Class (till 4pm)
12:30 “Time” Steppers Practice
12:30 Texas Hold’em
01:00 Easy Line Dancing Class
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
9
08:30 Zumba Gold
09:00 Computer Lab Open - Steve
10:00 Ceramics - Janice (till 12pm)
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Low Impact Exercise with Dan
01:00 Beginner Tap Dancing
02:30 iT For All® Computer Club
00000 Free Hands-On Classes
00000 Taught by Mark & Dan
00000 *Register*
10
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
10:30 Bingo No Card limit 00000 No Win limit. Caller: Carol
11:00 Piano by Wayne ♪♫
12:00 Pottery Open Studio (12-4:30)
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
03:00 Savvy Social Security
00000 Planning: What Baby
00000 Boomers need to know
00000 Answers to your Questions
Ryan S. Richards, CFP®
Morgan Stanley (till 4pm)
14
08:30 Zumba Gold
9:00 Haircuts & Wet Sets
00000 *Register* (9-2)
00000 Donation $10 per service
10:00 Craft Class 00000 Succulent Plants
00000 *Register* cost $5 ea.
10:00 Chair Yoga w/ Karina (30min)
10:00 Bridge - Card Room (till 12pm)
10:30 Ceramics - Aileen (till 12pm)
11:00 ♫♪ New Fiddlers ♫♪
11:00 BP checks with Aspire H.H.
12:45 Bingo - Sponsored by
00000 Alert Utah
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Strengthen Exercise Class
15 EARLY VOTING 10AM-2PM
09:00 Senior Yoga - Robin
09:00 Computers & Internet Class
Taught in Computer Lab
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
11:00 Memories into Memoirs
00000 Break for Summer
11:00 Looking Out for the
00000 Well-Being of Yourself &
00000 Others- Eun Ha / V.A.P.
12:00 Pottery Class (till 4pm)
12:30 Texas Hold’em
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
01:00 Easy Line Dancing Class
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
16 EARLY VOTING 10AM-2PM
08:30 Zumba Gold
09:00 Computer Lab Open - Steve
09:00 Podiatrist - *Register*
00000 Donation $10
10:00 Ceramics - Janice (till 12pm)
11:00 Medicare Specialist
Tish *Register*
11:00 Legal Consultations
00000 *Register* (Free 20min)
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Low Impact Exercise with Dan
01:00 Beginner Tap Dancing
02:30 iT For All® Computer Club
00000 Free Hands-On Classes
00000 Taught by Mark & Dan
00000 *Register*
17 EARLY VOTING 10AM-2PM
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
10:30 Bingo No Card limit 00000 No Win limit. Caller: Carol
11:00 Chair Massage (11-1)
00000 Elements Massage - 15MIN
00000 $10 suggested *Register*
11:00 Father’s Day Luncheon
♪ ♫ Mixed Nuts ♫ ♪
21
08:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Chair Yoga w/ Karina (30min)
10:00 Bridge - Card Room (till 12pm)
10:30 Ceramics - Aileen (till 12pm)
11:00 What is Fibromyalgia
00000 – Scranton Clinic
11:00 Debra Bowers on Piano
12:45 Bingo - Sponsored by
00000 Memorial Mortuary
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Strengthen Exercise Class
22 EARLY VOTING 10AM-2PM
09:00 Senior Yoga - Robin
09:00 Computers & Internet Class
Taught in Computer Lab
09:30 Oral Screening
Head & Neck Checks
Free Screenings
Grins for Everyone
*Register*
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
11:00 Memories into Memoirs
00000 Break for Summer
12:00 Pottery Class (till 4pm)
12:30 Texas Hold’em
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
01:00 Easy Line Dancing Class
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
23 EARLY VOTING 10AM-2PM
08:30 Zumba Gold
09:00 Computer Lab Open - Steve
10:00 Mind Fit - Boost Brain
00000 Health - Part 1 of 3 Class
00000 *Register*
10:00 Ceramics - Janice (till 12pm)
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Low Impact Exercise with Dan
01:00 Beginner Tap Dancing
02:30 iT For All® Computer Club
00000 Free Hands-On Classes
00000 Taught by Mark & Dan
00000 *Register*
24 EARLY VOTING 10AM-2PM
09:00 Project Linus
00000 Make-A-Blanket Day
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
10:00 Lunch Bunch at Sagewood
00000 Café & Bingo - *Register*
00000 Cost for Lunch is $7.00
11:00 Piano by Wayne ♪♫
10:30 Bingo No Card limit 00000 No Win limit. Caller: Ken
12:00 Pottery Open Studio (12-4:30)
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
28
08:30
10:00
10:00
10:30
12:45
29
09:00 Senior Yoga - Robin
09:00 Computers & Internet Class
Taught in Computer Lab
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
10:15 Financial Scams 00000 Shalysa with 5 Star H.H.
11:00 Name That Tune
11:00 Memories into Memoirs
00000 Writing Class - Room D
12:00 Pottery Class (till 4pm)
12:30 Texas Hold’em
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
01:00 Easy Line Dancing Class
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
30
08:30 Zumba Gold
09:00 Computer Lab Open - Steve
10:00 Ceramics - Janice (till 12pm)
10:00 Mind Fit - Boost Brain
00000 Health - Part 2 of 3 Class
00000 *Register*
10:00 Balance Screening (10-12)
00000 *Register*
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Low Impact Exercise with Dan
01:00 Beginner Tap Dancing
02:30 iT For All® Computer Club
00000 Free Hands-On Classes
00000 Taught by Mark & Dan
00000 *Register* (10 Lessons)
July 1st
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
10:30 Bingo No Card limit 00000 No Win limit. Caller: Judy
11:00 4th of July Holiday
00000 Luncheon & Entertainment:
00000 ♫♪ Mixed Nuts ♫♪
00000 RSVP for Lunch Ticket!
12:30 Raffle Drawing - Tickets
00000 available all week 10am-12pm
11:00 Chair Massage (11-1)
00000 Elements Massage - 15MIN
00000 $10 suggested *Register*
12:00 Pottery Open Studio (12-4:30)
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
Tuesday, June 14th
10:00am
Register
June 15th-17th
&
June 22th-24th
Available from
10:00am-2:00pm
Located in Card Room
6
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
09:40 Movie “Eragon”
10:00 Coloring for Adults - Coloring
isn't just for kids anymore!
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
10:30 Crochet / Knitting Group
01:00 Movie “Eragon”
01:00 Intermediate Tap Dancing
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
13
09:30 Restorative Yoga - Frances
09:40 Movie “Message in a Bottle”
10:00 Coloring for Adults - Coloring
isn't just for kids anymore!
10:00 ESL Class (10-12) Room C
10:30 Crochet / Knitting Group
Reading Patterns
01:00 Beginner Line Dancing Class
01:00 Movie “Message in a Bottle”
01:00 Intermediate Tap Dancing
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
20
09:30
09:40
10:00
10:00
10:00
10:30
01:00
01:00
01:00
02:00
02:00
27
09:30
09:40
10:00
10:00
10:30
01:00
01:00
01:00
02:00
02:00
WENDOVER 7:30AM*
Restorative Yoga - Frances
Movie “Nights in Rodanthe”
The 5 Golden Rules of
Identity Security
- Jan Tatangelo
ESL Class (10-12) Room C
Coloring for Adults - Coloring
isn't just for kids anymore!
Crochet / Knitting Group
Beginner Line Dancing Class
Movie “Nights in Rodanthe”
Intermediate Tap Dancing
Enhance®Fitness
Art Class - Cliff Treglown
Open Art Instruction (till 4pm)
Restorative Yoga - Frances
Movie “The Notebook”
ESL Class (10-12) Room C
Coloring for Adults - Coloring
isn't just for kids anymore!
Crochet / Knitting Group
Reading Patterns
Beginner Line Dancing Class
Movie “The Notebook”
Intermediate Tap Dancing
Enhance®Fitness
Art Class - Cliff Treglown
Open Art Instruction (till 4pm)
Cost
$5 ea.
Live
Plant!
Zumba Gold
Chair Yoga w/ Karina (30min)
Bridge - Card Room (till 12pm)
Ceramics - Aileen (till 12pm)
Bingo - Sponsored by
Advisory Committee
12:45 Canasta - Card Room (till 4pm)
01:00 Strengthen Exercise Class
06:00 Primary Election (6pm-9pm)
Wear Blue for Men’s
Health Awareness
Raffle for
UofU & BYU
Bird Houses
(Tickets available all week)
RSVP FOR LUNCH AT FRONT DESK
12:00 Pottery Open Studio (12-4:30)
01:00 “Time” Steppers Practice
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
Riverton Art Class
Oil Paints
Acrylics
Water Color
Monday 6th
Monday 13th
Monday 20th
Monday 27th
Monday’s 2:00pm-4:00pm
June 20th - August 22nd
* Register *
Pencil
Charcoal
Any Art Medium
Bring your supplies!
Meet in Art Room
Health , Wellness & Services
Blood Pressure Clinics
Unified Fire Authority
Thursday 2nd at 11:00am
BP, Glucose & Oxygen
Aspire Home Health & Legacy Retirement
Tuesday 14th at 11:00am
Balance Screening
InHome Physical Therapist
Thursday 30th at 10:00am-12:00pm
No Cost (REGISTER)
Hand Massage
Connie - BeeHive Homes - Draper
Tuesday 7th at 12:15pm-1:15pm (REGISTER)
Chair Massage
Elements Massage
Friday 3rd & 17th at 11:00am-12:45pm
15min Appointment for Donation $10
(REGISTER)
Haircuts by Caroline
Men & Women Cuts
Tuesday 14th at 9:00am-2:00pm (REGISTER)
30min Appointment for Donation $10
Podiatrist
Dr. Scott Shelton - Alpine Foot & Ankle
Thursday 1th at 9:00am (REGISTER)
Requested Donation $10
Legal Consultations
Attorney Phil Ferguson
Thursday 16th at 11:00am (REGISTER)
Stepping On
Evidence Based Class - Aug 17th - Sept 28th
Limited Spots - REGISTER TODAY
Wednesday’s at 10:00am 7 SESSIONS
Aging Mastery Program®
Evidence Based Class - Aug 24th - Oct 26th
$50 per person / Scholarships available
Limited Spots - REGISTER TODAY
Wednesday’s at 3:30pm 10 SESSIONS
Mind Fit
Highlights this Month
Thursday, June 23rd, 30th & July 7th
Time: 10:00am
W 01st 10:00 Advisory Committee Meeting
T 07th 09:15 Hand Massages by Connie with BeeHive Homes in Draper - Free - REGISTER
TH 09th 00000 All Day - Wear BLUE for Men’s Health Awareness
F
10th 03:00 Savvy Social Security Planning: What Baby Boomers need to know, Answers to your
00000000 Questions (3:00pm-4:00pm)
T 14th 11:00 Entertainment: New Fiddlers ♫♪
000 10:00 Craft Class - Succulent Plant - Live plant craft Cost is $5 each - REGISTER
W 15th 10:00 Early Voting available in the Card room, 10:00am-2:00pm - Available Wed, Thu & Fri
15th 11:00 Looking Out for the Well-Being of Yourself & Others - Eun Ha with Vital Aging Project
We have found that just like the
body, the brain experiences
changes in structure and function
as a result of aging, but studies
show you can delay
agerelated cognitive decline and
boost brain health through activities that stimulate
five domains of the brain.
TH 16th 09:00 Podiatrist - Dr. Shelton, REGISTER Cost is $10
000 11:00 Medicare Specialist - REGISTER for your private free 20min appointment
000 11:00 Legal Consultations - REGISTER for your private free 20min consultation
Savvy Social Security
Planning
Friday, June 10th at 3:00pm-4:00pm
Ryan S. Richards, CFP®
F 17th 11:00 Father’s Day Luncheon & Entertainment: ♪ Mixed Nuts ♫/ RSVP for your Lunch Ticket
000 12:00 Raffle for UofU & BYU Bird Houses - Tickets available all week
M 20th 10:00 The 5 Golden Rules of Identity Security - Jan Tatangelo (Please sign-up if interested )
000 02:00 Art Class - All Mediums w/ Cliff Treglown (June 20th - Aug 22nd) Art Instruction - REGISTER
T 21st 11:00 What is Fibromyalgia? - Scranton Clinic Presentation
000 11:00 Entertainment: Debra Bowers ♫♪
W 22nd 09:30 Oral Screening/Head & Neck Exams FREE by Grins for Everyone - REGISTER
TH 23rd 10:00 Mind Fit - You can delay age-related cognitive decline and boost brain health. Amy with
00000000 Home Care Assistance will be teaching this 3 part class - REGISTER
T
28th 06:00
Primary Election 6:00pm-9:00pm Voting located in Card Room
W 29th 10:15 Financial Scams - Shaylse with 5 Star Home Health
000 11:00 Name That Tune ♫ - Shaylse with 5 Star Home Health
What Baby Boomers Need to Know To
Maximize Retirement Income
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Learn the Answers to Your Questions:
Will Social Security be there for me?
How much can I expect to receive?
When should I apply for
Social Security?
How can I maximize my
benefits?
Will Social Security be
enough to live on in
retirement?
July 01st 11:00 4th Holiday Luncheon & Entertainment: ♪ Mixed Nuts ♫ / RSVP for your Lunch Ticket
1st 000 12:30 Raffle Drawing by Advisory Committee - Tickets available all week 10am-12pm
Monday
09:30 Gentle Yoga
01:00 Beginner Line
Dancing
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
Exercise*
Tuesday
08:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Chair Yoga Karina Canceled for
Summer
01:00 Low Impact Exercise
Wednesday
Thursday
09:30 Yoga w/ Robin
08:30 Zumba Gold
01:00 Easy Line
01:00 Exercise with Amy
Dancing
High Impact
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
Exercise*
Fitness room and Billiards room open Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm
*Check Calendar for canceled classes
Friday
09:30 Gentle Yoga
02:00 Enhance®Fitness
Exercise*
June
Menu
slco.org/Riverton
MONDAY
Help us by making a donation online at www.slco.org/aging to provide meals for seniors.
PLEASE DONATE TODAY. Meals on Wheels menus may vary.
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
Egg Salad on Deli Bun
Swiss Cheese Slice
Lettuce & Tomato
Kidney Bean Salad
Seasonal Fruit
Alternate meal for June – Chef Salad
(select senior centers only)
Weeks 1 & 3 – Chef Salad with turkey and ham
Weeks 2 & 4- Chef Salad with chicken breast
Chicken & Penne Pasta
Steamed Spinach
Seasoned Carrots
Mocha Pudding
6
Sloppy Joe
on a Wheat Bun
Whole Kernel Corn
Creamy Slaw
Mandarin Oranges
13
Birthday Meal
Beef Pot Roast
Lyonnaise Potatoes
Broccoli Cuts & Florets
Blushing Pears
Birthday Cupcake
Tuna Salad w/Swiss Cheese
Lettuce & Tomato
Potato Salad
Multigrain Bread
Seasonal Fruit
7
14
Sausage Mushroom
Strata
Biscuit
Baked Potato Wedges
Spiced Apples
Breaded Fish
w/Lemon Caper Sauce
Green Peas & Onions
Garden Vegt Salad
Bread Pudding
Baked Chicken
w/Marsala Sauce
w/Whole Grain Penne Pasta
Calif Blend Vegetable
Romaine Spinach Salad
28
Chocolate Chip Cookie
27
Turkey Patty w/Gravy
Creamed Potatoes
Green Peas
Banana Pudding
1
Breaded Fish
w/Tartar Sauce
Baked Beans
Mixed Vegetables
Cherry Gelatin w/Mandarins
8
Beef Rigatoni
Seasoned Carrots
Marinated Zucchini Salad
Lime Gelatin w/Peaches
Chicken Salad
Lettuce & Tomato
Carrot Raisin Salad
Multigrain Bread
Orange Gelatin w/Mixed Fruit
20
THURSDAY
21
Turkey Breast
Swiss Cheese Slice
Lettuce & Tomato
Confetti Bean Salad
Multigrain Bread
Seasonal Fruit
Beef Patty
Lettuce & Tomato
on a Wheat Bun
Baked Potato Wedges
Golden Fruit Cup
15
22
29
Turkey Salad
Lettuce & Tomato
Broccoli Raisin Slaw
Flour Tortilla
Seasonal Fruit
Turkey Pot Roast w/Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Pears
Oatmeal Cookie
BBQ Rib Patty
Sweet Potato Fries
Calif Blend Vegt
Corn O’brien
Peach Cobbler
Turkey Pasta Salad
on Spinach Romaine
Pickled Beets
Bread Stick
Raspberry Gelatin w/Pears
FRIDAY
Whole Grain Spaghetti
Meatballs
Marinara Sauce
Country Trio Vegetables
Garden Vegetable Salad
2 Lime Gelatin w/Pineapple
9
Meatloaf
w/Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
Capri Blend Vegetables
Seasonal Fruit
Father’s Day Meal
Meatloaf w/Gravy
Whipped Potatoes
Stewed Tomatoes
Tropical Fruit Cup
16 Chocolate Chip Cookie
Chicken Breast
w/Oriental Sauce
Brown Rice w/Lentils
Green Peas
Garden Vegetable Salad
23 Chocolate Pudding
3
10
17
24
30
Carbohydrate servings and recommendations for diabetes management are posted at each center. This menu is low sodium/fat.
Celebrate Men’s Health!
Men can take care of their health by doing simple things to live a healthier life.
Get Good Sleep
Insufficient sleep is associated with a number of chronic diseases and conditions such as
diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and depression. Sleep guidelines from the
National Sleep Foundation have noted that sleep needs change as we age. In general,
adults need between 7-9 hours of sleep
Toss out Tobacco
Quitting smoking improves your health and lowers your risk of heart disease, cancer,
and other related illness. Avoid being around secondhand smoke. Inhaling other
people’s smoke causes health problems. If you need help with quitting the Utah
Tobacco Quit line will coach you and guide you through the quitting process. 1.800.
QUIT. NOW
Move More
Adults need at least 2 ½ hours of moderate – intensity aerobic activity (such as brisk
walking) every week, and muscle strengthening activities on two or more days a week.
You don’t have to do it all at once. Spread your activity during the week. During the
Month of June check out the EnhanceFitness class at your center.
Eat Healthy
Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables every day. They are sources of many vitamins;
minerals that may help protect you from chronic diseases. Limit foods high in calories,
sugar, salt, fat and alcohol. Choosemyplaate.gov is a website with many ideas,
resources, and tools that can help you get started in eating healthy.
Stay on the Top of the Game
See your doctor and nurse for regular checkups. Pay attention to signs and symptoms
such as chest pain, shortness of breath, excessive thrust, and problems with urination. If
you have these symptoms of any kind be sure to see your doctor right away.
Information provided by the CDC: http://www.cdc.gov/men/nmhw/index.htm

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