January/February Ja ua y/ eb ua y 2015 0 5 Sharing information, inspiration and resources—Northbrook Park District Senior Center Newsletter Lunch and a Movie Location: Leisure Center Members $6/Non-Members $9 Enjoy lunch with friends, and watch a movie on our large screen. Lee Daniels’ The Butler Thursday, January 15 Noon-3pm Code: 15548 Based on a true story, the film follows a White House butler who served eight presidents over three decades, as dramatic changes swept American society and his family. A fried chicken lunch will be served. Register by January 12. Sponsored by Lexington Health Network & Home Instead Inside This Issue Trips & Adventures. . . . . . . . . . 2 Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5, 8 News & Updates. . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Weekly Calendar . . . . . . . . . .6-7 Upcoming Activities . . . . . . . . . 9 Free Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Birthdays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 A Few Good Men Thursday, February 19 from Noon-3pm Code: 15549 Enjoy a 1992 courtroom drama about the court-martial of two U.S. Marines, starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore. A Chinese lunch will be served. Register by February 17. Sponsored by Brandel Health & Rehab at Covenant Village Valentine’s Day Luncheon Friday, February 13 11:30am-2pm Location: Leisure Center Winter Bingo & Lunch Members $19/Non-Members $29 Friday, January 23 Code: 14162 11:30am-2pm Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Location: Leisure Center lunch and literary entertainment, Members $10/Non-Members $15 as actress and singer Jenny Riddle Code: 14387 dramatizes the lives of First Ladies Mary Todd Lincoln, Warm up with an afternoon of lunch, Bingo and prizes. Register by January 21. Eleanor Roosevelt and Jackie Sponsored by Brandel Health and Rehab Kennedy. (Watch for a surprise "visit" from Hillary Clinton!) at Covenant Village of Northbrook Register by February 5. Sponsored by The Abington Cookies and Conversation with Frank of Glenview Thursday, January 29 at 1pm Leisure Center Look for the Join Frank Lamberti, Leisure Center Manager, to discuss programs, trip ideas and other topics of interest. Call the Senior Center to save a place. March/April newsletter in late February! Trips & Adventures Register now! Join us for fun, hassle-free excursions with your friends. We secure the best seats and take care of all the arrangements—and the driving! Please advise staff when registering if you need any reasonable accommodations, such as dietary changes. Refunds are limited; call for details. Note: Tickets are limited, so register soon. Walking Level Index 1 Light Walking 2 Rock Around the Clock 2 with Patty Waszak — Starved Rock Lodge Short walking distances and no stairs Mid-Level Walking Some walking, short periods of standing and some stairs 3 Heavy Walking Extended periods of walking, standing and stairs West Side Story Drury Lane, Oakbrook 1 Wednesday, February 4 from 10:30am-5pm Members $73/Non-Members $83 Code: 14082 Celebrate an early Valentine’s Day with one of the greatest love stories. Menu choice: Tilapia or Chicken Asiago. Register by January 13. Eataly — Chicago 3 Tuesday, February 17 from 10am-3pm Members $35/Non-Members $45 Code: 14099 Experience a sprawling Italian superstore that offers 23 restaurants, a grocery, butcher, cheese shop, fish market and kitchen supplies. Fee includes transportation; food and purchases are on your own. Register by February 12. History is Hott!! Palmer House Hotel, Chicago 3 Tuesday, March 10 from 11:30am-5pm Members $99/Non-Members $109 Code: 14100 Enjoy lunch and a tour of the historic Palmer House, with an insider’s view of the ballrooms, lobby and artifacts. Lunch includes a salad, entrée, brownie and glass of wine ‘to go,’ followed by a lecture, tour and treat. The entrée option will be announced closer to the event. The program was the 2013 Illinois Meetings & Events’ Editor’s Pick for Best City Tour. Register by February 16. Page 2 Tuesday, March 31 from 9am-6pm Members $79/Non-Members $89 Code: 14110 After a hot buffet lunch, Tennessee performer Patty Waszak will entertain with toe-tapping songs, comedy and audience participation. Register by March 24. Billy Elliot Drury Lane, Oakbrook 1 Wednesday, April 15 10:30am-5pm Members $75 Non-Members $85 Code: 15519 Lift your spirits with a joyous, award-winning musical about a boy who follows his heart, trading boxing gloves for ballet shoes. Menu Choice: Salmon or Chicken Marsala. Register by March 26. All Shook Up 1 Fireside Theatre, Fort Atkinson, WI Wednesday, April 29 from 8:30am–5:30pm Members $115 Non-Members $125 Code: 15520 Enjoy laughs, romance and a rollicking musical featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, such as “Hound Dog,” “Blue Suede Shoes” and “Don‘t be Cruel.” Lunch includes chicken and ribs, salad, baked potato and dessert. Register by April 9. Classes Register at the Senior Center or call 847·291·2988. Fitness Cardio-Rhythmics Focus on fitness, flexibility and muscle strengthening with light weights. Drop-in fee is $5 per class, or save with a swipe card, purchased at the Senior Center. Instructors: Phyllis Williams (M/F) or Carol King (W) Location: Leisure Center 12-session swipe card 24-session swipe card M,W,F — 9:15-10:15am M,W,F — 9:15-10:15am Members $36 Members $60 Non-Members $45 Non-Members $72 Total Body Conditioning Try three types of fitness for three times the fun—with 20 minutes each of aerobics, strength training and flexibility exercises. This class can help get you in shape and get you moving! Instructor: Anne Hansen (No class 2/16) Min/Max: 5/25 Location: Northbrook Sports Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14146 M 9-10am 1/12-2/9(5) $25/35 14639 M 9-10am 2/23-4/6(7) $35/45 W.O.W. (Wonderful Overall Workout) Work all muscle groups and strengthen your core in this fun, upbeat class. Enjoy a great workout by combining cardio with interval breaks using hand weights. Instructor: Carol King Min/Max: 6/20 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14147 Th 9:15-10:15am 1/8-2/19(7) $49/59 14148 Th 9:15-10:15am 2/26-4/9(7) $49/59 Zumba Gold Try an exercise routine that’s fun and exhilarating. Zumba Gold is a dance workout, using Latin music and easy-to-follow dance moves mixed with aerobics to keep you moving. Drop-in fee is $10/class. Instructors: Lissette Jimenez (M/F–PM), Alison Margolis (Th); Natalia Skorob (Tu/F–Noon) (No class 2/16, 4/3) Min/Max: 5/15 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14155 M 6-7pm 1/5-2/9(6) $49/59 14149 Tu 9:30-10:30am 1/6-2/17(7) $59/69 14150 Th 10:30-11:30am 1/8-2/19(7) $59/69 14151 Th 6-7pm 1/8-2/19(7) $59/69 14157 F Noon-1pm 1/9-2/20(7) $59/69 15086 F 6-7pm 1/9-2/20(7) $59/69 14156 14152 14153 14154 14158 15087 M Tu Th Th F F 6-7pm 9:30-10:30am 10:30-11:30am 6-7pm Noon-1pm 6-7pm 2/23-4/6(7) 2/24-4/7(7) 2/26-4/9(7) 2/26-4/9(7) 2/27-4/10(6) 2/27-4/10(6) $59/69 $59/69 $59/69 $59/69 $49/59 $49/59 Joints In Motion Chair Yoga with Olga Instructor Olga Rudiak leads a series of yoga sessions for improved physical strength, flexibility, relaxation and mental clarity. Exercises are done in a chair or standing, not on the floor. Wear comfortable clothing. Min/Max: 10/25 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14095 M 9:45-10:45am 1/5-2/9(6) $55/65 14096 M 9:45-10:45am 2/23-4/6(7) $65/75 Join senior fitness specialist Judy Bishop for this unique class, designed for those with arthritis, fibromyalgia, stenosis of the back or joint replacements. Range-ofmotion exercises are performed from head to toe. Class is divided into two sections: balance and range of motion. Min/Max: 6/15 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14116 Tu 10:45-11:45am 1/6-2/17(7) $45/55 14117 Tu 10:45-11:45am 3/3-4/7(6) $39/49 Page 3 Classes Register at the Senior Center or call 847·291·2988. Sit and BeFIT New Instructor Carol King will lead you through a lively workout while seated. Using a variety of exercise techniques, you can increase your range of motion, help control weight, tone muscles and maintain flexibility while listening to musical favorites. Min/Max: 10/20 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14134 W 1-1:45pm 1/14-2/18(6) $29/39 14637 W 1-1:45pm 2/25-4/8(7) $35/45 The Palette Pals (Oil/Acrylics) Set aside Wednesday afternoons to develop your skills with instruction from Herb Katz. Learn the fundamentals of shading, composition and perspective. A supply list is available at time of registration. Bring materials to the first class. Min/Max: 4/7 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14144 W 1-4pm 1/14-2/18(6) $69/79 14145 W 1-4pm 2/25-4/8(7) $79/89 Dance and Art Cards and Games Creative Movement and You Let’s dance! Movement and dance, combined with rhythmic activities, can improve your memory, coordination and joints. Enjoy a chance for selfexpression! Instructor Annie Snow will guide you through activities that can be done seated or standing. Min/Max: 4/20 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14097 Th 2-3pm 1/15-2/26(7) $49/59 14098 Th 2-3pm 3/5-4/16(7) $49/59 Tap Dancing — Beginning Step up and learn routines with show tunes, jazz, swing and classical music. Instructor: Ginnie Meyer Min/Max: 6/15 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14641 Tu Noon-1pm 2/24-4/7(7) $65/75 Tap Dancing — Intermediate/Advanced Enjoy exciting tap routines. Previous experience is required, along with tap shoes. Instructor: Ginnie Meyer Min/Max: 5/10 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14638 Tu 1-2pm 2/24-4/7(7) $65/75 Mahjong Beginner Learn and play Mahjong. Instructor Pamela Max guides the games as you play. Bring a current Mahjong card. Min/Max: 4/10 Code Days Times 14642 M 9:30-11:30am Intermediate This class is designed for people who have taken beginning Mahjong and those who want to brush up on their skills. Instructor Pamela Max will guide the games as you play. Bring a current Mahjong card. Min/Max: 4/10 Code Days Times 14643 Th 5:30-7:30pm Page 4 Location: Leisure Center Dates(#) $M/NM 2/23-3/23(5) $40/50 Location: Leisure Center Dates(#) $M/NM 2/26-3/26(5) $40/50 Advanced Beginner This class is designed for players who have completed beginning bidding and playing lessons. Phyllis Bartlett, an ACBL Certified Teacher, will start with a review of basic bidding and then move on to conventions. Declarer play with defense will be emphasized with pre-dealt hands. Min/Max: 8/16 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $Res/NR 14629 M 6:30-8:30pm 3/2-4/20(8) $105/115 Bridge Instructors Phyllis Bartlett and Marcia Plonsker are ACBL-certified teachers who guide you through the game. Beginner Come and learn the most stimulating partnership card game around! Learn basic bidding and playing in a stress-free environment. Sign up with a friend or partner, or come to meet new ones! You will be playing bridge at the end of this class. Phyllis Bartlett, ACBL-certified instructor, guides the class. Min/Max: 4/16 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $Res/NR 14076 W 6:30-8:30pm 3/4-4/22(8) $105/115 Continuing Beginner This class is for those who have taken a beginner bridge class and have an understanding of bidding. Instructor: Phyllis Bartlett Min/Max: 4/16 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $Res/NR 14631 W 1-3pm 3/4-4/22(8) $105/115 Canasta Instructor: Thelma Weiner (No class 2/16) Beginning Learn as you play, and receive written rules. Min/Max: 5/10 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14090 F Noon-3pm 1/9-1/30(4) $49/59 14091 M Noon-3pm 1/19-2/9(4) $49/59 14092 F Noon-3pm 2/20-3/13(4) $49/59 Intermediate Review the rules, and learn strategies as you continue to play. Min/Max: 4/10 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14083 M Noon-3pm 1/5-1/12(2) $25/35 14084 F Noon-3pm 2/6-2/13(2) $25/35 14085 M Noon-3pm 2/23-3/2(2) $25/35 Intermediate Beginner Marcia Plonsker, ACBL Accredited Bridge Teacher, takes your beginner game to the next level. Each night combines instruction and play. (No class 2/16) Min/Max: 8/12 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $Res/NR 14078 M 7-9pm 1/19-3/23(9) $119/129 Page 5 Weekly Calendar *Indicates fee-based program Monday 8:15am Total Body Conditioning* 9:15am Cardio Class* 9:30am Mahjong Class* 10am Sewing and Crafts 11:30am Mahjong Noon Canasta Class* Noon Duplicate Bridge 12:30pm Men’s Poker 6pm Zumba Gold* 7pm Bridge* Tuesday 9am Conversation Social Time 9:30am Bridge 9:30am Zumba Gold* 10:45am Joints in Motion* 11:30am Mixed Poker Noon Tap Dancing – Beginning* 12:30pm Pinochle/Gin Rummy 1pm Tap Dancing – Int/Adv* 1pm Social Services (by appt.) (1st and 3rd week) 1pm Current Events 7pm Bridge* Wednesday 9:15am 10am Noon Noon Cardio Class* Knit/Crochet Canasta Dr. Berman, Podiatrist* (by appt.) (2nd week) 12:30pm Men’s Poker 1pm Sit & Be Fit* 1pm Palette Pals* 7pm Bridge* Page 6 News & Updates The Senior Center is closed December 31, January 1 and February 16. We wish you happy holidays and a happy, healthy New Year! Knit One, Purl One, Help Many! We want to give a big hand to members of the Knitting and Crochet Club, who are using their hands and their hobby to help others. Members of the group have crafted more than 200 hats, scarves and blankets to donate to children and families who need them. More than 25 years ago, Hanc Weiner started the club, and she still guides the members, who meet weekly on Wednesdays. Even though she leaves town for the winter, Weiner checks in with the group by speaker phone. Each week, 15-25 knitters typically show up and get to work, using yarn that was donated. “We use the skills of knitting to help others in need. It makes us feel useful, and we are able to give back to the community,” said Pat Thalman. Donations have been sent to Mercy Home, PADS Family Shelter, The Ark, Women’s Center of Greater Chicago, Make It Better Foundation, the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital (for children who receive cochlear implants), and a few schools. The knitters recently received a letter from the Ark that said, “Thank you so much for the beautiful knitted items. One is more beautiful than the next! You may never see the faces of those people whom you have helped by this donation; please allow me, on their behalf, to express their gratitude.” Working alongside each other, the knitters share patterns, ideas, instruction, snacks and friendship. Senior Center members can join the group at any time. The women say they’re happy to welcome beginners and will teach anyone who does not know how to knit. Donations of yarn also are welcome at any time. Get Well Wishes Fern Abeles from Charlene Urow Ellen Kaplan from Charlene Urow Rissie Tannebaum from all her friends in the Art Studio and the Senior Center Donations in Memory of... Morey Goldman from his friends at the Northbrook Senior Center Diane Colby from Leo & Rookie Becker, Thursday Mahjong Ladies, Joe & Thelma Weiner, JoAnn Nelson Phillip Coleman from Dick & JoAnn Nelson Ruthe Stein from her friends at the Northbrook Senior Center Weekly Calendar Continued Thursday Thanksgiving Lunch Senior Center Membership The annual membership fee is only $24 for Northbrook Park District residents and $34 for non-residents. Join or renew now! Welcome New Members Elaine Axelrod Diane Brandwein Robin Caine Jean Chinn Harry Christopherson Lotte Flescher Arlene Gintzler-Davis Helene Harwood Irene Hudson Bonnie Nortman Eileen Minow Jane Nickow Bette Polakow Louise Pomeranz Armand Poteshman Jay Rabonowitz Joe Rizzo Lyle Young Maxine Young 9:15am 9:30am 10:30am 11:30am 11:30am Noon 1pm 5:30pm 6pm W.O.W. Park Larks Rehearsal Zumba Gold* Mahjong Texas Hold 'Em Art Studio Bridge* Mahjong Class* Zumba Gold* Friday 9:15am Cardio Class* 9:30am Humanities Noon Canasta Class* Noon Pinochle/Gin Rummy Noon Zumba Gold* 12:30pm Men’s Poker 1:30pm Bunco 1/9, 1/30, 2/6, 2/27 6pm Zumba Gold* The Lending Closet As a community service, the Park District lends medical equipment to Northbrook residents and Senior Center members for up to three months. Equipment includes: • canes and crutches • shower seats/benches • raised toilet seats • portable commodes • walkers • wheelchairs The only charge is a refundable deposit of $25. Call 847·291·2988 for more information or to schedule a time to pick up equipment. Lending Library Stop in, and check out our book selections. Borrowing is on the honor system; just return a book when you have finished it. We will take gently-used books to add to our collection. Page 7 Classes Activities are located at the Leisure Center unless otherwise noted. If you have food restrictions, let us know when registering. Ceramics — Open Workshop Express your creativity with clay, using the potter’s wheel and hand-building techniques from sculpture to jewelry. Instructor Sharon Robbins provides individual attention to students at all levels, along with a variety of clays, glazes and basic tools. We provide all materials. (No class 3/30-31) Min/Max: 5/10 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $Res/NR 14811 M 6:45-9:15pm 1/5-2/9(6) $145/185 14809 Tu Noon-3pm 1/6-2/17(7) $169/215 14812 M 6:45-9:15pm 2/23-4/6(6) $145/185 14810 Tu Noon-3pm 2/24-4/7(6) $145/185 Knitting and Crocheting — Keeping You in Stitches Learn to create works of art from a simple pair of yarn and needles. New and experienced students are welcome. Our experienced Instructor teaches fundamentals and helps with difficult projects. Participants supply materials. (No class 4/2-3) Min/Max: 4/6 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $Res/NR 14813 Th 7-8:30pm 1/8-2/19(7) $75/95 14815 F 1-2:30pm 1/9-2/20(7) $75/95 14814 Th 7-8:30pm 2/26-4/9(6) $65/85 14816 F 1-2:30pm 2/27-4/10(6) $65/85 AARP Driver Safety Course Monday and Tuesday from 9am-1pm January 12 & 13 February 9 & 10 AARP Members $15/Non-Members $20 (Payable to AARP) Sharpen your driving skills with a two-day class, geared towards drivers age 50 and older. Review rules of the road and safe vehicle operation, and learn about normal, age-related physical changes. Drivers who complete the course may qualify for a discount on car insurance. Preregistration is required. Page 8 NEW Finding Joy through Life Join social worker Ruth Field, LCSW, for a series of upbeat and interactive workshops on coping with challenges. Adults can gain confidence and a sense of empowerment as they learn strategies to relieve stress and enhance resilience. Min/Max: 4/16 Location: Leisure Center Code Days Times Dates(#) $M/NM 14109 F 10-11:30am 1/23-2/6(3) $15/20 iPad and iPhone Workshops Thursdays from 1-3pm Location: Leisure Center Members $49/Non-Members $59 Join us for one-day workshops that focus on specific uses of iPads and iPhones. Register for the individual classes that meet your needs. Basic Uses January 22 Instruction covers power, standby mode, security and Wi-Fi. Code: 14647 Internet Basics February 26 Learn to browse with Safari software, arrange settings for secure Internet usage, and bookmark favorite web pages. Code: 14648 Standard App Uses March 26 Instruction covers the use of pre-loaded apps, such as Contacts, Calendar, Clock, Maps and Notes. Code: 14649 Upcoming Activities COUPON Register at the Senior Center or call 847·291·2988. Take your grandchild to enjoy live theatre! Every Saturday, January 24-February 28 Performances at 10am & 1pm Join two great friends, the cheerful Frog and the grumpy Toad, through four exciting seasons. Based on the Frog and Toad book series by Arnold Lobel Tickets are on sale; bring this ad to the Leisure Center Theatre Office and receive one free child's admission with the purchase of one ticket. (Not valid online) Looking Ahead—Save the Date! Spring Luncheon The Four Seasons of Landscaping Friday, March 20 from 11:30am-2pm Members $13/Non-Members $18 Code: 14161 Join us for a spring party with an Irish and Italian lunch (corned beef and Italian beef sandwiches and sides), along with entertainment. Sponsored by Radford Green at Sedgebrook Thursday, February 19 at 1pm Location: Leisure Center Ever wonder what you should be doing each season to make your yard look its best? Join Michael Brouillard, Northbrook Park District Grounds Operation Manager for tips and ideas for spring. Topics include: Snow removal, pest and outdoor plant care, spring displays and summer designs. Refreshments will be provided. Sponsored by the Northbrook Public Library and the Northbrook Park District 2015 Golf Discount Cards Gain access to discounted green fees with a Golf Discount Card at Sportsman’s Country Club. New applicants need to bring a current driver’s license and utility bill. Discount cards can be renewed each season and are non-transferable. To obtain a card, bring your current card or photo ID to Sportsman’s. Discount Card: Residents FREE/Non-Residents $50 Page 9 Free Activities We are pleased to offer these free activities for Senior Center Members! Sewing and Crafts Regular Bridge Park Larks Choir Mondays — 10am-2pm Receive assistance and companionship with your crafts. Tuesdays — 9:30am-Noon Join other players for a fun game using the newest conventions. Thursdays — 9:30-11:30am Members rehearse show tunes and perform under the direction of former concert pianist Evelyn Binz. Mixed Poker Mahjong Mondays and Thursdays 11:30am-4pm Bring a current Mahjong card. Duplicate Bridge Tuesdays — 11:30am-4pm Play seven card high/low with a spit. Texas Hold 'Em Gin Rummy/Pinochle Art Studio Tuesdays and Fridays Noon-4pm New players are welcome. Thursdays — Noon-3:30pm Members enjoy creating art. Current Events Tuesdays — 1-2pm Join us to discuss stories in the news. Business, science, entertainment, politics and sports are fair game. Social Services Mondays — Noon-3:45pm Tuesdays — 1pm Enjoy this opportunity for informal (1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month) duplicate bridge play. (Master points Social worker Tess Torvik, M.S.W. are not issued.) provides free social services. Call 847·291·2988 or the North Shore Men’s Poker Senior Center at 847·784·6000. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 12:30-4pm Thursdays — 11:30am-4pm Humanities Fridays — 9:30am-Noon Jerry Emer facilitates discussions of assigned readings. Bunco Fridays — 1:30-3pm January 9 & 30 Conversation and Social Time Wednesdays — 10am-Noon Hanc Weiner provides instruction for February 6 & 27 Tuesdays — 9-11am Bunco is a social dice game, involving all skill levels. Many of the knitters Socialize with your peers. 100% luck and no skill. Rules are donate hats, scarves and gifts to easy to learn, and everyone is area shelters and charities. welcome. Page 10 Knitting and Crocheting Happy Birthday January Birthdays 1 Tamara Kane 10 Leo Becker 16 Rob Sowersby 21 Roxanne Levin 1 Greta Seaton 10 Elaine Fink 16 Ruth Wintroub 21 Merna Willner 2 Nick Kyriazopoulos 10 Seymour Podber 17 Ellen Kaplan 22 Diane Brandwein 2 Dottie Purpura 12 Marcia Sigel 17 Helen Kim 22 Robert Lipman 3 Joan Becker 12 Mary Wade 17 Sarah Marks 22 Sandra Mell 3 Rosalie Olivo 13 Phyllis Burman 17 Pat Thalman 24 Lorraine Abramson 3 Linda Petchenik 14 Evelyn Foltz 18 Sam Agins 24 Jean Lauer 3 Mark Petrynek 14 Rita Geller 18 Lois Lipkin 28 Roberta Owen 3 Chuck Sansone 14 Robert Naughten 18 Louise Pomeranz 28 Leon Weiss 4 Miller Kalom 14 Lee O'Mara 18 Ethel Rechtoris 29 Marvin Citro 5 Roberta Foxman 14 Milt Ruchim 18 Laurel Swartz 30 Sidney Aronoff 5 Eadie Heller 15 Marianne Arnoff 19 Ronald Baum 30 Lee Gallender 5 Harriet Rubin 15 Lee Kovarsky 19 Mary Beth Byrne 31 Iris Amit 5 Lisa Sandoff 15 Harriet Rubin 19 Eli Galford 31 Ruth A. Biesman 6 Ruth Wartenberg 15 Ida Silverman 19 Holly Zivin 31 Rochelle Ogaz 8 Florence Bell 15 Barbara Wald 20 Sherri Chedick 31 Merna Willner 8 Susan Johnson 16 Bobbie Levine 20 Mel Loeb 8 Naomi Weiss 16 Kathy O'Regan 20 Sandra Rich 2 Joyce Levin 8 Marsha Owens 15 Patricia Disselhorst 22 Ragnhild (Ronnie) Seiler 2 Joy Ann Serauskas 8 Trudman Sol 15 Elvira Mazzoni 23 Elaine Helke 2 Eleanor Weiman 9 Susan Weiner 15 Carol Thors 23 Joann Kuklinski 3 Barbara Croft 10 Arlene Blum 16 Raymond Newgard 25 Ron Cummings 3 Kerry Mac Vay 12 Phil Grossman 17 Clara Boron 26 Barbara Asher 3 Mary Thompson 12 Merle Small 17 Lee Saldinger 26 Caren Shepsky 4 Yasuko Okigawa 12 Mitzi Smith 18 Norma Buckman 27 J. Peter Anderson 5 Fern Abeles 13 Kerry MacVay 19 Ruth Arkiss 27 Kenneth Padgitt 6 Marshall Berman 13 Lillian Mankoff 20 Barbara Oguss 28 Jerry Dolins 6 Joan Gessler 13 Rochele Rose 21 JoAnne Levin 28 Ruth Sutker 7 Mary Jane McCarthy 14 Robert Chase 22 Natalie Cohen 8 Edith Nash 14 Judy Wason 22 Mary Parker February Birthdays Page 11 PRESORTED STANDARD US POSTAGE PAID Northbrook, IL PERMIT NO. 76 Northbrook Park District Senior Center 3323 Walters Avenue Northbrook, IL 60062 Phone: 847·291·2988 Office Hours Monday-Friday 9am-4pm Senior Center Staff Frank Lamberti — Leisure Services Manager Kathy Liuzza — Office Coordinator JoAnn Nelson — Office Coordinator Social Services Tess Torvik, M.S.W. North Shore Senior Center Social Services Department Join us for a wonderful free family event! Saturday, January 10 from 11am-1:30pm Meadowhill Park—1479 Maple Avenue • Horse-Drawn Trolley Rides • Ice Sculpture Demonstrations • Dog Sled Demonstrations • Bonfire with S’mores • Holiday Bingo No dogs are allowed in the park during the event. Some activities are weather-dependent.
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