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march 2015 - Davison Area Senior Center
Volume 35 • Issue 3 • March 2015
Davison
News & Views
Davison Area Senior Center
10135 Lapeer Rd. Davison
810.658.1566
The Mission of the Davison Area Senior Center is to provide, with the help of its staff and volunteers,
information and a range of services, activities and volunteer opportunities which promote personal growth,
health, friendship and independence for those 50 years and older in the Genesee County.
Staff
Index
Page 3…………………………….Kathy’s Connection
Page 4-5…….………………..………..Coming Events
Page 5……………………….….Games & Recreations
Page 6……………………..….……Food for Thought
Page 6………………………………...Red Hat Groups
Page 7…………………….…...Classes & Information
Page 8 & 13………..……………….Monthly Calendar
Page 9-12……………………….……...Advertisements
Page 14………………………………Health & Fitness
Page 15………..…2015 Senior Winter Games Results
Page 16………………………………..Center Services
Page 17-20…………………………...………….Travel
Page 20………..……..2015 Newsletter Renewal Form
Kathy Davis, Executive Director
Joie Hitchcock, Assistant Director
June Vert, Morning Office Assistant
Brenda Baucus, Afternoon Office Assistant
Authority Board
Joan Snyder, City of Davison Rep., Chairperson
Karen Miller, Davison Twp. Rep., Treasurer
Maxine Koch, City of Davison Rep.
Wanda Brown, Davison Twp. Rep.
Dona Jenks, Davison Twp. Rep.
Terry Chittle, Davison Twp. Rep. Alternate
Beth Brancheau, Volunteer Secretary
Advisory Board
Office Hours
Duane Combs, Chairperson
Beth Brancheau, Vice Chairperson
Joan Teise, Secretary
Terry Chittle, Director
Joan James, Director
Dan Johnson, Director
Ann Lee, Director
Carolyn Roberts, Director
Debby Wilson, Director
Monday—Friday
9:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
Hours of Operation
Weekdays: 9:00 a.m.—9:00 p.m.
Evenings as Scheduled
We would like to thank the
businesses that are helping
support our Newsletter by
advertising in our booklet
please call on these
businesses when looking for
products and services and
mention to them that you
saw their advertisement & please thank them
for their support!
Memorial Donations
Flowers, although pretty for a short
time, are gone far too soon. A
memorial donation instead of flowers
is a way to remember a friend or
family member who has been a part
of the Senior Center. This will
benefit the Center for a long time.
Rental
The Davison Area Senior Activity Center
Can be rented for certain activities.
Please call the Center for more information at
810.658.1566
Davison Area Senior Activity Center Funding Sources Include ~
Genesee County and the Genesee County Board of Commissioners, City of Davison, Davison Township, Contributions,
Memorial Donations & Fundraisers. We appreciate all who have made a difference.
This Newsletter is fully or partially funded by The Genesee County Senior Millage Funds. Your tax dollars at work!
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Davison Area Senior Center
•News & Views
•March 2015
Kathy’s Connection~
Where does the time go? I am sure that is not the first time any of you have heard that, but seriously it is so hard
to believe we are starting the last month of the first quarter of 2015.
Genesee County Senior Winters Games for 2015 sure did get off to a rocky start. Unfortunately as many of you
know we had to cancel the Opening Ceremony and the Pie Eating contest. I can assure you there were a lot of
early morning phone calls going on between TV stations, Senior Center Directors and many more behind the
scenes organizations to make sure we cancelled everything. You never know what Mother Nature is going to
send your way till it happens. Thank you everyone for all your cooperation.
Good News: Wednesday Exercise Class has returned; starting Wednesday, March 4th, from 10 a.m. – 10:45
a.m. I hope you will consider giving this class a try. We have been fortunate enough to start another form of
exercise class known as “Strengthening & Toning” that is starting on Friday, March 6th, at 9 a.m. Both of these
classes sound very interesting.
The center is hosting two programs this month; on Friday, March 13th a class we have had before and was very
well received is returning “Kidney Smart” this class is taught by a certified Kidney Smart Instructor. The other
class is sponsored by McLaren Health Care and is called Pelvic Floor: An Owner’s Manual. It is designed for
women and is taught in a casual manner to help women understand this condition. This will be on Monday,
March 16th. These two classes are free.
Please don’t forget to patronize our advertisers, without their support and your donations our newsletter would
not be the beautiful reading material it is.
DID YOU KNOW: We have Yoga at the center two times a week? It is on Thursday and Saturday at 8 a.m. It is
a one hour session, it consist of an easy workout and a 10 minute deep relaxation following. (CLASS IS NOT
HELD ON THE SECOND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH)
Please do not forget to come and see me if you have a key to the
building or a room here for the Senior Center.
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Coming Events
Sunday Bash
Ask a Lawyer—FREE
Saturday, March 1, 2015 ~
4:00—6:30 p.m.
Practices Law in Wills & Trusts, Powers of
Attorney, Probate, Real Estate, Family Law,
General Civil, Landlord/Tenant,
Traffic & Criminal
Lori Tallman, PLC
Variety Music By Jim & Betty Hedrich
$8.00 pp at the Door
Includes: Light Lunch, Snacks & Beverages, Music
for your listening &
dancing enjoyment.
You don’t need a ticket in advance!
For more information call
Jim & Betty Hedrich at 810.659.2240
Generation Band Dance
@ The Davison Area Senior Center
Wednesdays,
March 4th, 11th & 18th
7:00—10:00 p.m.
$5.00 cover charge at the door!
Open Microphone!
Classic Country, Classic Rock…
Kidney Smart Is the Smart Start—FREE
Friday, March 13, 2015 @ 9:30-11:30 a.m.
RSVP by March 6th
Learn how kidneys function and the causes of
chronic kidney disease, how medications, exercise,
diet and nutrition work together to keep you healthy,
what are the “Kidney Enemies”, how to manage
other related health conditions including diabetes
and hypertension, how to continue educating
yourself and what treatment choices are available,
access placement and maintenance, & how to Make
a Plan, Stay the Course and Take Control. Classes
are taught by a certified Kidney Smart Educator.
Pelvic Floor:
An Owner’s Manual
Monday, March 16, 2015 at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday Exercise Class
Starting March 4, 2015
Wednesday, 10:00 –10:45 a.m.
$1.00 per person each class
An recreational therapist from McLaren Therapy
Services will guide you through 45 minutes of exercise
that will consist of strengthening exercises &
stretching! Must sign a waiver at the first class!
Strengthening & Toning Exercise Class
Starting March 6, 2015
March 6th & March 13th sessions will be FREE!
2nd Wednesday of the month
March 11, 2015 ~ 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Friday, 9:00—9:45 a.m. ~
$1.00 pp each class
An instructor will guide you through 45
minutes of exercise that will consist of
toning & strengthening exercises.
Advance registration no later than
Monday, March 9, 2015
810.658.1566
Many women have concerns about urinary leakage
and pelvic pain. Lisa Priestap, Senior Physical
Therapist with McLaren –Flint, will be providing a
presentation on things you can do to keep your
pelvic floor healthy, and to help with current
problems. Attendees will learn how daily habits can
affect pelvic health.
Lisa discusses this “uncomfortable topic” in a fun
and casual manner. You’ll learn things that you
should have been taught a long time ago.
Stone Country Dance
Sunday, March 8, 2015
@ 1:00-5:00 p.m.
$5.00 pp at the door!
Includes Dancing & Fun!
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Davison Area Senior Center
•News & Views
Let’s Dance with Andy Williams
Line Dance, Couples Dance & Clogging
Saturday, March 21, 2015
6:30– 10:30 p.m.
$8.00 pp at the Door
Includes Dancing, Free Snacks &
Beverages
•March 2015
Coming Events
~ Games & Recreation
Bowling Leagues
Wednesday & Friday, 12:30 p.m.
We have two fun Senior Bowling Leagues that meet
at Rollaway Lanes. For more information call
810.653.2011
Meditation Class
$5.00 per person each session
Looking to start in May on
Mondays at 11:00 am—If we
get enough people interested we will
schedule it on the calendar!
Please RSVP 810.658.1566
Bridge
Tuesday & Wednesday, 12:00 p.m.
Meditation is the practice of calming the
mind and limiting stimuli that bombards the nervous
system. Research has proven that meditation relaxes
the body, calms the mind, reduces stress and
enhances overall health and well-being. Participants
will be guided through various meditative techniques
such as deep breathing, progressive muscle
relaxation, guided imagery and more. Mat is needed
to lie upon! Kimberly (Zumba) is the instructor.
Chess & Checkers
Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Cribbage
Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.
Double Deck Pinochle
Friday, 12:30 p.m.
Senior Center
Fundraiser…
Come have some
fun…
Euchre
Monday & Thursday, 12:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 p.m.
Hand & Foot
Monday, 12:30 p.m.
Let’s Dance with
Andy Williams
Karaoke
Monday, 1:00—3:30 p.m.
Line Dance, Couples Dance & Clogging
Saturday, April 25, 2015
6:30– 10:30 p.m.
$8.00 pp at the Door
Includes Dancing, Free Snacks & Beverages
Mah Jong
Monday, 1:15-5:30 p.m. (American)
Wednesday, 1:15-5:30 p.m. (Chinese)
Friday, 1:15-5:30 p.m. (American & Chinese)
St. Patrick’s Day Box Lunch
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
12:00 pm ~ Cost: $6.00 each
Lunches include a delicious sandwich, stacked high
with corned beef and Swiss on rye, served with
chips, coleslaw, pickle and treat.
Boxes will replace
GCCARD lunch on this day!
MUST RSVP & PAY BY
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4th
Mexican Train Dominoes
Monday, 10:00 a.m.
Poker
Monday & Wednesday, 5:00 p.m.
Quiddlers Card Game
Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.
Need A New Watch Battery
Healing Oil Demonstration
1st Monday of every month
Starting at 10:00 a.m.
Bonnie Weber is here at the Center
changing watch batteries for $ .50 each
(No Water Resistant Watches)
Just Stop on By!
If interested call the Center 810.658.1566
In March ~ 6:00-8:00 pm
At the Davison Area Senior Center
Learn how to promote good health and heal
health issues by the use of “Young Living
Essential Oils”! - FREE REFRESHMENTS!
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Food For Thought
~
“The Lunch Bunch” Daily Lunch
12:00 Noon each weekday
GCCARD luncheon program. Call the Center one
day in advance by 1:00 p.m. to sign-up for lunch.
The suggested donation is $2.00 for anyone 60 years
and over that lives in Genesee County. The cost for
under 60 or anyone that lives outside of Genesee
County is $3.00
Birthday Lunch Day
Monday, March 9, 2015 @ 12:00 Noon
We honor anyone celebrating a birthday with
Birthday Cake donated from Davison Bakery and a
flower provided by Rayola Florist of Davison. Also,
Lorrainne Provost from Pro-Hearing Center, Inc. has
graciously offered to pay for the lunches of our
guests who are celebrating their birthday with us
during our Birthday Lunch get together. When you
call in to make your reservation, make sure to let us
know it is your birthday month!
Commodity Supplemental Food
Friday, March 20, 2015
9:00—11:00 a.m. ONLY
This senior food program follows the federal income
guideline of a Family of 1= $1,265 & a Family of 2
+ $1,705. Available to people 60 years or older.
You must fill out an application and prove your
income and get the approval before receiving it.
Ask the front office for the applications.
TeFAP Commodity Program
Given out quarterly—4 Times a year
March, June, September & December
This is an additional food program with income
eligibility guidelines for 60 years of age and older
with a household size of 1 = $1,945 a month and a
household size of 2 = $2,622 a month
Home Delivered Meals
GCCARD provides a hot lunch and a cold snack to
homebound seniors 60 years and older who are
unable to cook and have no one to prepare meals.
Call 810.239.7671 to schedule it.
At this time we are NOT taking any donations of
loan closet items (canes, crutches, bath seats,
walkers, toilets seats & wheel chairs).
Our Closet is packed full….Thanks Staff
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Red Hat Groups
Red Hatting at the Center—
We have Red Hat Groups at our
Center having fun each month.
Red Hatters are a “Fun Only”
group that plans events and
outings for their members.
March Events~
Merry Matriarchs of Millinery ~ 3rd Tuesday of
every month at 12 noon—Courtland Center Movie
Day! Costs: $4.00 movie & $2.00 pop & popcorn
For information on this group contact Verna
English at verna [email protected]
March 11th meeting will be held at Archie’s
Family Restaurant on State St. March is St.
Patrick’s Day, please wear something green, a
green hat if you have one.
Red Hat Mad Hatters ~ Wednesday, March
11th @ 12:00 pm at Madden’s Lounge in
Davison, Hat Exchange, Flyers will be mailed with
more details. Hostesses : Norma Santerre & Beth
Brancheau ~ For information on this group contact
Kay Beebe at [email protected]
Ramblin’ Rose ~ presents Jukebox Baby—
Wearing your grooviest attire, let’s welcome
Michigan’s favorite 50’s & 60’s girl group the
“WhatAbouts!” Taking you back in time; let your
purple poodle skirts and red saddle oxfords swirl
their way up to the dance floor. D.J. music will set
the mood before and during luncheon. Grand prize
given to best of show outfit! You may also wear
traditional red & purple as always. We will have
door prizes, Share the Wealth & Vendors.
When: Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Where: Captain’s Club at Woodfield
Time: Doors open at 11:00 a.m.
Luncheon Buffet served at noon
Cost: $35.00 per person DEADLINE 10-1-15
Questions: Call Toni Toth at 810.742.5510
or e-mail [email protected]
NOTICE ...
TO ALL HEADS OF
GROUPS…
If you are ahead of a group and
have a key to the building or a
room, you MUST come into the
office and see the Director, Kathy to sign a NEW
2015 key agreement.
Thanks, Staff
•News & Views
•March 2015
Classes
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Card Making & Scrapbooking
Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Come join in, enjoy the company, help
each other, & bring your own supplies
Information
Pennies for Projects
We are collecting pennies at the Center!
Everybody has pennies laying around, we
are asking for you to donate them to the
Center. The donation jar is on the front office
counter, just drop them in! We will use the money
for items we need around the Senior Center. Please
feel free to donate pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters
& bills. Thanks! to all the people that have
donated so far!
Davison Decorative Art Guild
Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. & Thursday, 9:00 a.m.
Beginner to Intermediate & Advanced
Registration is required—Call Toni @ 810.742.5510
For Walk-ins—Make it and take it! Come in and do
a watercolor. Limited seating—Costs $11.00
5 Tips to Save Energy
Hand Chimes Choir– FREE
Tuesday, 1:00 p.m.– Done until further notice!
Come join us & learn to make music with
hand chimes
Consumers Energy
1.
Painting is Fun—FREE Painting Help
Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.
Painting watercolor, acrylic or oil
2.
Penning the Past—Life Stories Class
Thursday, 2:00 p.m. Done until May 2015
Penning the Past” is a class designed to help you
write your life story. You will receive tips on how to
recall moments in your past and how to put these
recollections on paper in an interesting fashion.
3.
4.
Polymer Clay Class
Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.
Instruction on bake-able clay-making
jewelry and treasures. Drop-ins are
welcome!
5.
Sunlight passing through windows heats your home.
That’s great on winter days, but makes your air conditioner
work harder in the summer.
TURN OFF LIGHTS—Help cut electricity costs by
turning lights off when they’re not needed, and make it a
habit every time you leave a room. To help you
remember, try leaving eye-catching reminders next to light
switches and doorways.
ADJUST THERMOSTAT A FEW
DEGREES—Heating and cooling can account for more
than half of your home’s energy use. When you are away
from home or sleeping, adjust your temperature by 10
degrees to save energy.
UTILIZE POWER STRIPS—Many computers,
televisions, and other “vampire” devices use power even
when they’re off. Plug these devices into an easy-to-reach
power strip and turn it off when you are not using them.
REDUCE WATER HEATER
TEMPERATURE—Water heating accounts for up to
20 percent of a typical home’s energy use. Lowering your
water heater’s temperature from 140 degrees F to 120
degrees F can result in a 10% savings on water heating
costs and help prevent scalding.
Sit & Stitch
Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.
Socialize while sharing ideas,
patterns, skills and currant
projects. Don’t sit home alone,
join this great group to work on
your project or learn a new one while meeting new
friends.
Weather Reminder ~
If the Davison Schools are
CLOSED due to
BAD WEATHER…The Davison
Senior Center
will be CLOSED also!
Staff will not be there!
Wood Carving
Monday, 9:00 a.m.
This group of knowledge carvers share
their talents with anyone wishing to
learn the art of carving.
810.658.1566
OPEN SHADES IN
WINTER, CLOSE SHADES IN SUMMER –
Before venturing out, be sure to tune into
the TV stations Channel 12 & 25
To check the list of closures...
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Davison Area Senior Center
•News & Views
•March 2015
12:00 Duplicate Bridge
12:00 Pre-ordered Box Lunches
16 8:30 Pickle Ball
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9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Davison Alumni
11:00 Book Club Meeting
9:00 Pool Table
9:00 Wood Carving
9:30 Ping Pong
9:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Video Exercise
10:00 MMAP
15
1:00 pm
Wednesday
9:00 Polymer Clay
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9:00 Massage Therapist
10:00 Women’s Pool
10:00 Painting Class
10:00 Video Exercise Class
10:00 Wednesday Exercise
7:00 Generation Band Dance
12:00 Bridge
12:30 Cribbage
12:30 Sit & Stitch
1:00 Ping Pong
1:15 Mah Jong
5:00 Poker
5:30 Tai-Chi
12:00 Stuffed Cabbage w/Beef
9:00 Polymer Clay
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9:00 Massage Therapist
10:00 Women’s Pool
10:00 Painting Class
10:00 Video Exercise Class
10:00 Wednesday Exercise
11:00 Ask A Lawyer
7:00 Generation Band Dance
4
8:30 Pickle Ball
3 9:00 Polymer Clay
9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild 9:00 Massage Therapist
10:00 Women’s Pool
9:30 Davison Alumni
12:00 Meatloaf w/Gravy
10:00 Painting Class
12:00 Duplicate Bridge
10:00 Video Exercise
1:00 Shuffleboard
10:00 Wednesday Exercise
2:30 Quiddlers
12:00 Roasted Chicken
4:00 Line Dance
12:00 Bridge
7:00 Lions Club Meeting
12:30 Cribbage
12:30 Sit & Stitch
1:00 Ping Pong
1:15 Mah Jong
3:00 Advisory Board Mtg.
5:00 Poker
5:30 Tai-Chi
9:00 Pool Table
9 8:30 Pickle Ball
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9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:00 Wood Carving
9:30 Davison Alumni
9:30 Ping Pong
12:00 Salisbury Steak in Broth
9:30 Zumba Gold
12:00 Duplicate Bridge
10:00 Video Exercise
12:30 Eye Glass Checks &
10:00 MMAP
Adjustments-FREE
10:00 Mexican Train
1:00 Shuffleboard
10:45 Chair Zumba Gold
2:30 Quiddlers
11:30 Pro-Hearing Center
4:00 Line Dance
12:00 Chicken & Dumplings
12:30 Euchre
12:30 Hand & Foot
1:00 Karaoke
1:15 Am. Mah Jong
2:00 Blood Pressure
4:30 Matter of Balance Class
6:30 Tai Chi/Qi Gong
7:00 Sweet Adeline's
12:30 Euchre
12:30 Hand & Foot
1:00 Karaoke
1:15 Am. Mah Jong
2:00 Blood Pressure
4:30 Matter of Balance Class
6:30 Tai Chi/Qi Gong
7:00 Sweet Adeline's
12:00 Stuffed Chicken Breast
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9:00 Wood Carving
9:30 Ping Pong
9:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Change Watch Batteries
10:00 Video Exercise
10:00 MMAP
10:00 Mexican Train
10:45 Chair Zumba Gold
Tuesday
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4:00
pm
Monday
1 9:00 Pool Table
Sun.
8:00 Yoga
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9:00 Pool Table
9:00 Beginner Line Dancing
9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Line Dancing
11:30 Zumba Gold Toning
12:30 Euchre
1:00 Card Making & Scrapbooking
1:00 Shuffleboard
4:30 Beginning Pickle Ball
5:30 T.O.P.S. Group
5:30 Pickle Ball
12:00 Turkey Burger
10:00 Video Exercise
10:30 Ping Pong
9:00-11:00 Food Surplus Pick-up
9:00 Pool Table
20
9:00 Massage Therapist
9:00 Toning & Stretching Class
12:30 Double Deck Pinochle
1:15 Mah Jong
1:30 Qi Gong
2:00 Grief Support Group
7:00 Euchre
9:00 Pool Table
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9:00 Massage Therapist
9:00 Veterans Services
9:00 Toning & Stretching Class
10:00 Video Exercise
10:30 Ping Pong
11:30 Chess & Checkers
12:00 Baked Macaroni & Cheese
12:30 Double Deck Pinochle
1:15 Mah Jong
1:30 Qi Gong
2:00 Grief Support Group
7:00 Euchre
Friday
Yoga
12 9:00 Pool Table
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Pool Table
9:00 Massage Therapist
Beginner Line Dancing
9:00 Toning & Stretching Class
Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Kidney Smart Class
Line Dancing
10:00 Video Exercise
10:00 Alzheimer’s Association
10:30 Ping Pong
Support Group
11:30 Chess & Checkers
11:30 Zumba Gold Toning
12:00 Baked Tilapia
8:00
9:00
9:00
9:00
9:30
12:30 Euchre
1:00 Card Making & Scrapbooking
1:00 Shuffleboard
4:30 Beginning Pickle Ball
5:30 T.O.P.S. Group
5:30 Pickle Ball
12:00 Pork Chop w/Gravy
8:00 Yoga
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9:00 Pool Table
9:00 Beginner Line Dancing
9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Line Dancing
11:30 Zumba Gold Toning
Thursday
8:00 am
Yoga
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8:00 am
NO
Yoga
14
8:00 am
Yoga
7
Sat.
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9:00 Pool Table
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9:00 Wood Carving
9:30 Ping Pong
9:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Video Exercise
10:00 MMAP
10:00 Mexican Train
10:45 Chair Zumba Gold
12:00 Baked Chicken Breast
12:30 Euchre
12:30 Hand & Foot
1:00 Karaoke
1:15 Am. Mah Jong
2:00 Blood Pressure
4:30 Matter of Balance Class
5:00 Poker
6:30 Tai Chi/Qi Gong
7:00 Sweet Adeline's
9:00 Pool Table
30
9:00 Wood Carving
9:30 Ping Pong
9:30 Zumba Gold
10:00 Video Exercise
10:00 MMAP
10:00 Mexican Train
10:45 Chair Zumba Gold
12:00 Chili w/Ground Beef
12:30 Euchre
12:30 Hand & Foot
1:15 Am. Mah Jong
1:30 Karaoke
2:00 Blood Pressure
6:30 Tai Chi/Qi Gong
7:00 Sweet Adeline's
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4:30 Matter of Balance Class
6:30 Tai Chi/Qi Gong
7:00 Sweet Adelines
3:00 Authority Board Meeting
12:30 Euchre
12:30 Hand & Foot
1:00 Karaoke
1:15 Am. Mah Jong
2:00 Blood Pressure
12:00 Bean Soup
10:00 Mexican Train
10:45 Chair Zumba Gold
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2:00 PM
8:30 Pickle Ball
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9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Davison Alumni
12:00 BBQ Pork Sandwich
12:00 Duplicate Bridge
1:00 Shuffleboard
2:30 Quiddlers
4:00 Line Dance
8:30 Pickle Ball
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9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Davison Alumni
12:00 Meatballs & Pasta
12:00 Duplicate Bridge
1:00 Shuffleboard
2:30 Quiddlers
4:00 Line Dance
1:00 Shuffleboard
2:30 Quiddlers
4:00 Line Dance
7:00 Evening Star Quilters
12:00 Bridge
12:30 Cribbage
12:30 Sit & Stitch
1:00 Ping Pong
1:15 Mah Jong
5:00 Poker
5:30 Tai-Chi
12:00 Boiled Turkey Ham
9:00 Polymer Clay
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9:00 Massage Therapist
10:00 Women’s Pool
10:00 Painting Class
10:00 Video Exercise Class
10:00 Wednesday Exercise
10:45 Blood Pressure &
Glucose Test
7:00 Generation Band Dance
12:00 Bridge
12:30 Cribbage
12:30 Sit & Stitch
1:00 Ping Pong
1:15 Mah Jong
5:00 Poker
5:30 Tai-Chi
12:00 Boneless Rib in BBQ Sauce
FOR A COPY
OF A FULL
LUNCH MENU
ASK JUNE OR
BRENDA AT
THE FRONT
DESK!
1:15
1:30
3:00
7:00
12:30 Euchre
1:00 Card Making & Scrapbooking
1:00 Shuffleboard
4:30 Beginning Pickle Ball
5:30 T.O.P.S. Group
5:30 Pickle Ball
WEBSITE
www.davison-sc.org
E-MAIL
[email protected]
[email protected]
Mah Jong
Qi Gong
Cooking Matters Class
Euchre
9:00 Pool Table
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9:00 Massage Therapist
9:00 Toning & Stretching Class
10:00 Video Exercise
10:30 Ping Pong
11:30 Chess & Checkers
12:00 BBQ Turkey Sandwich
12:30 Double Deck Pinochle
12:30 Double Deck Pinochle
1:15 Mah Jong
1:30 Qi Gong
3:00 Cooking Matters Class
7:00 Euchre
12:00 Vegetable Lasagna
11:30 Chess & Checkers
8:00 Yoga
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9:00 Pool Table
9:00 Beginner Line Dancing
9:00 Davison Decorative Art Guild
9:30 Line Dancing
11:30 Zumba Gold Toning
12:00 Beef Stew w/Veggies
12:30 Euchre
1:00 Card Making & Scrapbooking
1:00 Shuffleboard
4:30 Beginning Pick Ball
5:30 T.O.P.S. Group
5:30 Pickle Ball
12:00 Beef Liver w/Gravy
8:00 am
Yoga
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Health & Fitness
Line Dancing
Intermediate-Tuesday, 4:00 p.m.-$4.00 pp
Beginner-Thursday, 9:00 a.m.—$1.50 pp
Intermediate-Thursday, 9:30 a.m.—$3.00 pp
Pickle-ball
Regular—Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Beginning-Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Regular—Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday Yoga—
Saturday, 8:00—9:15 a.m.
Except the 2nd Saturday of the month!
$10.00 per hour
1 hour session workout with Lois Schneider
with a 10-minute deep relaxation
Ping Pong
Monday, 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, 1:00 p.m.
Friday, 10:30 a.m.
Pool Table
Monday & Thursday, 9:00 a.m. (Men’s Pool)
Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. (Women’s Pool) For more
information call Jean 810.813.4674
Room available when not scheduled
Shuffleboard
Tuesday & Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Strengthening & Toning Exercise Class
Friday, 9:00– 10:00 a.m.
$1.00 pp each class
An instructor will guide you through 45 minutes of
exercises with Therabands.
Tai Chi / Qi Gong Exercise—FREE
Friday, 1:30 p.m.
Improves balance & coordination
Video Exercise—FREE
Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
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Zumba Gold
Monday, 9:30—10:30 a.m.
Zumba Gold Chair
Monday, 10:45—11:30 a.m.
Zumba Gold Toning
Thursday, 11:30—12:30 p.m.
Drop-in, Fee $5.00 per class
Zumba Gold takes the Zumba formula and modifies the
moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active, older
participant.
Massage Therapist
Emily Maurer, CMT
Here at the Center doing 1 hour massages on
Wednesdays & Fridays,
9:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m.
Must call and make an appointment
with the front office @ 810.658.1566
Cost per hour ~ $30.00—60 yrs. and older
$35.00—Under 60 yrs.
Flint Institute of Arts
Art a la Carte
TOPS “Take Off Pounds Sensibly”
Thursday, 5:30 p.m. Weigh-in—
6:00 p.m. Meeting
$28.00 per year to join
Wednesday Exercise Class
Wednesday, 10:00—10:45 a.m.
Strengthening & stretching
$1.00 pp each class
Yoga
Thursday, 8:00—9:15 a.m.
$9.00 per hour
1 hour session workout with Lois Schneider
with a 10-minute deep relaxation
Is a series of informative programs focusing on
the arts. It is offered free of charge on
Wednesdays @ 12:15 pm. Visitors are
encouraged to bring lunch; coffee, tea and
cookies are provided.
The Flint Institute of Arts-1120 E. Kearsley St., Flint, MI
810.234.1695 or www.flintarts.org
March 4 ~ American Rebel
March 11 ~ A Sense of Wonder
March 18 ~ Women of the Impressionist Movement
March 25 ~ Women's Work:
Making Quilts— Creating Art
•News & Views
•March 2015
Jigsaw Puzzle
Senior Winter Games Result—2015
1st—Kathy Blue & Yvonne Kellogg
2nd—Jeanne Beville & Roy Beville
3rd—Ellen Francis & Richard Flory
Spades ~ Women
1st—Sandra Emery
2nd—Frankie Thompson
3rd—Charlotte Patrick
Spades ~ Men
1st—Jerry Allen
2nd—John Froberg
3rd—Robert Killinger
Softball Toss ~ Women
60-69 yrs.~ 1st—Bernadette Wills
2nd—Julie Price
3rd—Jeanne Iverson
70 + yrs.~
1st—Mary Guerrieri
2nd—Marlene Gawne
3rd—Barbara Krapohl
Softball Toss ~ Men
60-69 yrs.~ 1st—Larry Kelly
2nd—John Pemburton
3rd—David Pompo
70-79 yrs.~ 1st—Jerry Pruitt
2nd—Vernon Fields
3rd—Richard Holtue
80 + yrs. ~ 1st—Richard Flory
2nd—Phil Satkowiak
3rd—Robert Gawne
Lawn Bowling
1st—Jerry Pruitt,
Marsha Schweikert, Roy Rodriguez & Ray Lam
2nd—Bernadette Wills,
Aaron Snader, Bill Goodfellow & Darrell Gillespie
3rd—Darlene Lewis,
Harry Lewis, Jeanne Iverson & Kay Cousineau
Cribbage ~ Men
1st—Roy Westin
2nd—John Froberg
3rd—Janet Marusic
Cribbage ~ Women
1st—Valerie Miller
2nd—Toni Pompo
3rd—Sharon Linton
Pinochle ~ Women
1st—Faye Allard
2nd—Pat Parks &
Patricia Allen
Pinochle ~ Men
1st—John Froberg
2nd—Allan Beauvals
Archery—60-69 yrs.—
Checkers
Water Walk ~ Men-
3rd—Gary Stevens
1st—Dick Flory
2nd—Ron Deschler
3rd—Stu Allard
Volleyball
1st—Gerlad Brown,
Ray Lam, Marsha Schweikert, & William Rose
2nd—Vernon Fields,
Michael Petroski, Jerry Pruitt & Ed Waterous
3rd—Jeanne Iverson,
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70-73 yrs.—
74-80 yrs.—
Bean Bag Toss ~ Women
Men
Shuffleboard ~ Men
Shuffleboard ~ Women
Sudoku
50-69 yrs.
70 +yrs.
Darts ~ Women
Men
Dominoes ~ Women
Dominoes ~ Men
Water Walk~Women
50-59 yrs.—
60-69 yrs.—
70-79 yrs.—
60-69 yrs.—
80+ yrs.—
Frisbee Toss ~ Women
Frisbee Toss ~ Men
•News & Views
1st—Dennis Templeton
2nd—David Cady
1st—Paul Payne
2nd—Robert Hillier
3rd—Bob Harris
1st—Larry Woughter
2nd—David Burtch
3rd—Robert Huber
1st—Sandy Lum
2nd—Harriet Peel
3rd—Deborah Kopasz
1st—Doyle Doane
2nd—Terry Pattillo
3rd—Gerald Brown
1st—Ray Lam
2nd—Robert Hollenbeck
3rd—Robert Killinger
1st—Carol English
2nd—Joan Teise
3rd—Beatrice Konsza
1st—Michael Petroski
2nd—Kathy Blue
3rd—Darrell Gillespie
1st—Ron Artis
2nd—Ron Deschler
3rd—Eugene Reppuhn
1st—Doreen Brown
2nd—Janet Deschler
3rd—Betty Scragg
1st—Duane Combs
2nd—Don Vollweiler
3rd—Ray Bridenbaugh
1st—Dorene Brown
2nd—Robin Johnson
3rd—Valerie Miller
1st—Jerry Brown
2nd—Johnny Billings
3rd—Vernon Fields
1st—Jill Thomas
1st—Janet Marusi
2nd—Sandra Beacoats
1st—Mary Parks
2nd—Cora Gillliam
1st—John Straw
1st—Richard Flory
1st—Doreen Brown
2nd—Marsha Schweikert
3rd—Kay Cousineau
1st—Darrell Gillespie
2nd—Michael Petroski
3rd—Ed Waterous
•March 2015
Center Services
Alzheimer’s Support Group—FREE
March 12, 2015
10:00-12:00 p.m.
The Alzheimer’s Support Group is open to anyone
caring for a family member of friend with
Alzheimer’s Disease or some form of dementia. For
more information contact Sue Purdy at 810.603.1974
Legal Services—FREE
Legal Services of Eastern Michigan offers legal
assistance to senior citizens in Genesee County. Call
810.234.2621 for an appointment here at the Center.
MMAP ~ The Michigan Medicare/
Medicaid Assistance Program is a free
service that can help you make health
insurance decisions. MMAP’s mission is
to educate, counsel, and empower Medicare
beneficiaries and those who serve them so that they
can make informed health decisions. 810.658.1566
or MMAP, INC @ 1.800.803.7174 for assistance all
year round.
Blood Pressure Checks—FREE
Monday, 2:00 p.m.
Walk-in blood pressure clinic is offered by volunteer
nurses—Connie Chirich, Charlene DeLodge, & Pam
Ferrell.
Blood Pressure Checks /Glucose Checks—FREE
Last Wednesday of the month
10:45 a.m.—11:30 a.m.
Walk-in blood pressure & glucose checks are offered
by Swartz Ambulance Paramedics
MiCafe
We will still process requests for the Food
Assistance Program, for those who qualify, and
redeterminations from DHS to continue your
benefits. Call the Center for an appointment with
Karen at 810.658.1566
Eye Glasses Check & Adjustments—FREE
2nd Tuesday of the Month @ 12:30 a.m.
Matt Martorelli will be here for cleaning,
adjustments & eye pressure checks
Genesee County Department of Veterans Services
1st Friday of Every Month
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ~ FREE
A representative here at the Center to help with
Veteran claims and Veterans benefit issues. The VA
pension program can help wartime veterans pay for
those high medical expenses if the veteran qualifies.
Grief Support—FREE
Friday, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
RSVP 810.496.8625 and leave a message if you are
planning on attending
Please call the Center for an appointment at 810.658.1566.
Request a list of information to bring when you schedule
your appointment!
Hearing Aid Assistance—FREE
2nd Monday of the Month @ 11:30 a.m.
Cleaning & check-up for your hearing aids by
Lorraine Provost from Pro-Hearing Center
A Bit of Sunshine…
If you know someone whose spirits would
be lifted by receiving a card or note,
please stop by or call the front desk and
tell us their name.
KISS—Keeping Independent Seniors Safe-FREE
A program for seniors 62 and older
For more information contact: Evelyn Harris
810.249.6530 or Toll Free 855.561.5477
Weekdays—8:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
Host Agency: Valley Area Agency on Aging.
Supplies Wish List
Our Center uses many supplies
on a daily basis.
At this time we welcome donations of
8-1/2” x 11” Copy Paper
Loan Closet
We have donated equipment available to
borrow—Bath Seats, Canes, Crutches,
Toilet Seats, Walkers, Wheelchairs. We
ask for a $25.00 CASH deposit and you
will receive your $25.00 back upon returning items.
810.658.1566
We are looking for volunteers to
drive our Centers Van, to take our
seniors places. If interested please
call Brenda after 1:00 p.m. at
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Traveling Program
Cancellation Policy—Cancellation of any trip if
subject to a refund there will be a $5.00 cancellation
fee from the Center also. Cancellation on the day of
the trips or NO SHOWS—
NO Refunds—NO Exceptions!
TRIPS
Meijers Garden in Grand Rapids
with Blue Lakes Charters & Tours
Wednesday, March 11, 2015………..…..$62.00 pp
Tour includes: Transportation to Grand Rapids,
Michigan, Admission to the Meijer Gardens and the
“Butterflies area Blooming Exhibit”, Lunch voucher
at Meijer Gardens ($10 value), Tour Escort, & over 4
hours to visit Meijer Gardens.
Trip flyers may be picked up at the Davison Senior Center
Overnight prices are based on double occupancy. Trip
reservations are not guaranteed until payment is received.
To avoid waiting lists or finding out that a trip has been
cancelled, sign up early. Travel programs have registration
deadlines. At deadline time, the trip will be cancelled if we
do not have enough committed travelers or you may have to
drive to a different pick-up spot.
Soaring Eagle Casino with Bianco Tours
Featuring...Gaelic Storm
Monday, March 16, 2015…………..……$43.00 pp
Tour includes: Round trip motor coach, Free time to
gamble a the Soaring Eagle Casino with a $10 coin
coupon & a $5 food voucher, Featuring...Gaelic
Storm. Departure at 9:30 am
Please arrive 15-20 minutes
before departure time for all trips &
Park in the trip parking lot! - Thanks!
We need to know...If you go on any of
our trips and you are not satisfied with
the service on the trip please let us
know! It will only make the next
experience better for all of us!
Thanks, Staff
If you are going on a Casino trip remember, when
signing up please bring in your PLAYERS CARD
NUMBERS with you, we must send the numbers
into the Casinos ahead of time!
FireKeepers Casino in Battle Creek with Route 23
Tuesday, March 17, 2015…………….….$37.00 pp
Trip includes round trip motor coach transportation
to Battle Creek, Michigan, 4 hours of gaming at FireKeepers Casino with $20 on player’s club card & $5
in food. Departure at 9:00 a.m.
Detroit Red Wings vs. San Jose Sharks
With Ann’s Adventures
Thursday, March 26, 2015…..$78.00 pp
At the Joe Louis Arena. For a stop at the
Davison Senior Center we must at least have 16 people sign up to get a pick up here.
The Davison Area Senior Center acts only as an agent for the
independent suppliers that provide hotel accommodations,
transportation, sightseeing activities, or other services connected
with these tours. All such services are subject to the terms and
conditions of those suppliers. Davison Area Senior Center, its
employees, agents, directors, representatives, and assigns are not
responsible for any injury, damages, expenses, or losses of any
kind sustained by any person as a result of
participation in these tours.
Turkeyville ~
Yakety Yak…a Fifties Tale
with Ann’s Adventures
Friday, March 27, 2015….$72.00 pp
This trip includes a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings, the show and the motor
coach transportation. Must have 16 signed up for a
stop at Davison Sr. Center.
Note: All persons traveling to Canada must
have a passport or an enhanced driver’s license.
All casino packages are subject to change
without notice. Proper identification and Social
Security Card are required to collect prizes over the
amount of $1,199
On Golden Pond at Encore Musical Theatre
With Route 23
Thursday, April 9, 2015………$94.00 pp
This is the love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer,
who are returning to their summer home on Golden
Pond for the forty-eighth year. He is a retired professor, nearing eighty, with heart palpitations and a
Note: For ALL trips going out of the Davison Area
Senior Center...PLEASE PARK in the trip parking
lot...It is the parking lot farthest South and the bus will
pick & drop you off there!
Thanks, Staff
810.658.1566
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Continued ~ failing memory-but still as tarttongued, observant and eager for life as always.
Ethel, ten years younger, delights in all the small
things that have enriched and continue to enrich their
long life together, and her character provides the
perfect foil for Norman. Trip includes: Round trip
motor coach transportation to Chelsea & Dexter,
Michigan, Lunch at the Common Grill in Chelsea,
Tickets to see “On Golden Pond” at the Encore
Musical Theatre & a Route 23 Escort. Departure at
10:00 a.m.
The Old South with Shoreline Tours
Savannah—Charleston—Hilton Head
April 18-24, 2015……………….$1,199.00 pp/dbl
Tour includes: Modern motor coach transportation,
6 Nights lodging, 6 Breakfasts & 2 Dinners, Daniel
Stowe Botanical Gardens, Trolley Tour of Savannah,
Savannah’s River Street, Sightseeing Tour of Hilton
Head Island, Dolphin & Nature Cruise, Sightseeing
Tour of Charleston, Boone Hall Plantation, Visit to
Beaufort and Tour Charleston Historic Market,
Luggage handling, Tax & Tip on included Meals.
Deposit of $100 at reservation with balance due
March 1, 2015.
Greektown Casino with Route 23
Tuesday, April 21, 2015…………………$30.00 pp
Trip includes: Round trip motor coach transportation,
5 hours of gaming at Greektown Casino with $20 on
Player’s Club Card. Departure at 9:00 a.m.
Cinco De Mayo at Caesars Windsor-Bianco Tours
Tuesday, May 5, 2015……………………$30.00 pp
Trip includes: Round trip motor coach
transportation, Gaming at Caesars Windsor with a
casino package of—either free lunch buffet OR a
$15 meal voucher, OR $15 coin voucher & Live
entertainment in Cosmos Lounge, strolling Mariachi
Band, FREE Chili Pepper Beads & non-alcoholic
margaritas! Must have Passport, Passport Card, or
Enhanced Drivers License. Departs at 8:30 am. At
registration if you have a players card, bring it in.
Springtime in Niagara Falls with Shoreline
May 7-8, 2015…………………….$279.00 pp/dbl
Tour includes: Modern motor coach transportation, 1
Night—Hilton Falls view, 1 Breakfast, African Lion
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Continued ~ Safari, Journey Behind the Falls, Visit
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Leisure Time in Niagara Falls.
Note: Need Passport, Passport Card or Enhanced
Driver’s License.
Stratford Festival featuring: “Sound of Music”
With Bianco Tours
Tuesday, May 12, 2015…………..……..$145.00 pp
Tour includes: Round trip motor coach
transportation, Buffet lunch at the Queen’s Inn,
Shopping around downtown Stratford, “Sound of
Music” at the Festival Theatre. Departs at 7:30 am.
Must have passport, passport card or enhanced
drivers license.
Montreal & Quebec City with 1000 Islands &
Toronto with Shoreline Tours
May 17-23, 2015………………….$1,699.00 pp/dbl
Tour includes: Modern motor coach transportation,
6 Nights lodging, 4 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 3 Dinners,
1000 Island Cruise, Montreal City Tour, Visit St.
Joseph’s Oratory, Nortre-Dame Basilica, Mont
Royal, Montmorency Falls, Visit to Ste. Anne de
Beaupre, Sightseeing Tour of Old Quebec City,
Leisure Time in Old Quebec, Sightseeing Tour of
Toronto, CN Tower, Toronto Harbor Cruise,
Luggage Handling, Tax & Tip on Included Meals.
Passport, Passport Card or Enhanced Driver’s
License. Deposit of $100 at time of registration with
a balance due April 1, 2015.
Motor City Casino with Route 23
Tuesday, May 19, 2015…..………………$30.00 pp
Trip includes: Round trip motor coach transportation
to Detroit, 5 hours of gaming at Motor City Casino
with $30 on player’s club card. Departs at 9:00 am.
Turkeyville ~ Sex, Please, We’re 60!
With Ann’s Adventures
Tuesday, May 19, 2015……..…$72.00 pp
This trip includes a delicious turkey dinner
with all the trimmings, the show and the
motor coach transportation. Must have 16 signed up
for a pick up at Davison Sr. Center.
Alaska Cruise Tour on the Star Princess
May 20-30, 2015…………………$ Must See Flyer
•News & Views
•March 2015
Traveling Program
Dutchman Essenhaus Restaurant, Haystack Lunch at
an Amish Home, featuring Elkhart Co. Visitor
Center, Quilt Gardens Tour & Shopping in
Shipshewana, IN.
Greektown Casino with Bianco Tours
Tuesday, June 2, 2015…………………$30.00 pp
Tour includes round trip transportation, Gaming at
Greektown Casino with $20 coin play. Departs at
9:15 am.
Traverse City National Cherry Festival
with Bianco Tours
July 7-9, 2015…………………….$495.00 pp/dbl
Tour includes: Round trip transportation,
Accommodations for 2 Nights at Turtle Creek
Casino Hotel in Williamsburg, MI with a $15
gaming credit & $2 meal discount each day, 2
Dinners, Featuring Wine Tasting at Chateau Chantel,
Guided Tour of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lake
Shore, National Cherry Festival, Hoxie’s Farm
Market & Guided tour of Interlochen Center for the
Arts.
Titanic The Musical in Toronto-Shoreline Tours
June 9-10, 2015………………..…..$399.00 pp/dbl
Tour includes: Modern motorcoach transportation, 1
Night—Toronto-Downtown, 1 Breakfast, 1 Dinner,
Top Price-Main Floor Seats for “Titanic”, Bata Show
Museum or Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronoto
Sightseeing Tour or Royal Ontario Museum,
Toronto’s Distillery District, Tax & Tip on included
meals. $100 deposit at time of registration, balance
due April 15, 2015. Must have a passport, Passport
Card or Enhanced Driver’s License.
FireKeepers Casino in Battle Creek with Route 23
Tuesday, June 16, 2015………………….$37.00 pp
Trip includes: Round trip motor coach transportation
to Battle Creek, Michigan, 4 Hours of gaming at
FireKeepers with $20 on player’s club card & $5 in
food. Departs at 9:00 am.
Greektown Casino with Route 23
Tuesday, July 21, 2015…………………..$30.00 pp
Trip includes: Round trip motor coach transportation
to Detroit, 5 hours of gaming at Greektown Casino
with $20 on Player’s Club Card. Departure at 9 am
The Croswell presents...Big Fish
Sunday, July 26, 2015……..…………….$84.00 pp
Trip includes round trip motor coach transportation,
Lunch at Hooligan’s Grill & “Big Fish” musical at
the Croswell Opera House. Departure at 10:15 am
South Pacific the Musical with Route 23
At Encore Musical Theatre
Thursday, June 25, 2015………………...$94.00 pp
Trip includes: Round trip motor coach transportation
to Chelsea and Dexter, Michigan, Trip escorted by
Route 23, Lunch at The Common Grill in Chelsea,
MI & Tickets to see “South Pacific” at the Encore
Musical Theatre. Departures at 10:00 am.
Oregon Coast & Pacific Northwest
With Shoreline Tours
August 8-17, 2015………………$3,299.00 pp/dbl
Roundtrip Air, Roundtrip Airport Transfers, 1st
Class Touring Motorcoach, 9 Nights Lodging, 7
Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 5 Dinners, Sightseeing Tour of
Seattle, Seattle’s Pike Place Market, Mount St.
Helen’s Visitor Center, Timberline Lodge Tour &
Chairlift, Bonneville Dam & Lock, Spectacular
Oregon Coast Highway, Whale Watch Cruise,
Oregon Sand Dunes Buggy Tour, Heceta Head
Lighthouse, Jet Boat Ride through Hellgate Canyon,
Redwood National Park, Trees of Mystery Gondola
Ride, “Avenue of the Giants”, Drive through
Sonoma Valley Wine Country, Leisure Day in San
Francisco, Luggage Handling, Tax & Tip on
included meals. Deposit $250 at time of registration
with balance due 6-15-15.
Turkeyville ~ Hatfield’s & McCoy’s Musical
Comedy Feud with Ann’s Adventures
Friday, June 26, 2015……………………$72.00 pp
This trip includes a delicious turkey dinner with all
the trimmings, the show and the motor coach
transportation. Must have 16 signed up for a pick up
at Davison Sr. Center.
Quilt Gardens Tour with Bianco Tours
July 6-7, 2015………………………$264.00 pp/dbl
In the heart of Northern Indiana’s Amish Country,
joining quilting, gardening and art into a one-of-akind experience! Tour includes: Round trip
transportation, 1 Night in Elkhart, Indiana, 1
Continental Breakfast, Thrasher Dinner at Das
810.658.1566
For complete flyers of all our trips ~ stop into the Center and pick them up
from our trip board!
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Davison Area Senior Center
10135 Lapeer Rd.
Davison, MI 48423
Phone: 810.658.1566
Fax: 810.658.8044
We’re on the Web!
www.davison-sc.org
2015 TRIPS CONTINUED…
Tuesday, August 18, 2015—Motor City Casino
Tuesday, September 15, 2015—FireKeepers Casino
Friday, September 18, 2015—Turkeyville
Tuesday, October 20, 2015—Greektown Casino
Friday, November 20, 2015—Turkeyville
September 9-11, 2015—Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
September 15-22, 2015—National Parks
October 11-17, 2015—Nashville Show Trip
November 17, 2015—Motor City Casino
Tuesday, December 15, 2015—FireKeepers Casino
2015 Newsletter Renewal Form
DAVISON AREA SENIOR CENTER
10135 LAPEER RD.
DAVISON
MI 48423
810.658.1566
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