January/February/March 2014 Newsletter - Shoreline

January-March 2015
18560 1st Ave NE, Suite #1, Shoreline, WA 98155
206-365-1536 FAX: 206-364-8930 Email: shorelinesc@seniorservices.org
Activities Guide
CENTER HOURS: 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday
Premises, classrooms, and activities are handicapped accessible.
A NEW Look
A New Year!
Become a Renewing or NEW Member
and help us celebrate our
40th
Anniversary!
1975-2015
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January-February-March 2015
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center Activities Guide is produced six times per
year. The publication is mailed to all current members and community leaders.
Table of Contents:
Membership Form
Table of Contents /Closures
Staff & Volunteers
Classes at a Glance
Center Services/ Classes
Corporate Partnerships
There’s A lot Going on Here
More Classes
Evening classes
Corporate Partnerships
Bargain Corner
Special Programs
Karaoke/Bingo
2 Power of One, Social Work Services
3 Other Services of Interest
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4 Volunteer Opportunities, Membership 23
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5 Legacy Giving
Kitchen Corner Catering
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6 Thank you and Chef Janice
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8 Rental and Travel Information
Winter Weather Information/Community
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News
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15 January Menu
February Menu
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March Menu
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18 Website:
20 www.shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org
The Senior Center will be closed:
Thursday, January 1: New Year’s Day
Monday, January 19: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, February 16: Presidents’ Day
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Staff and Volunteer Leaders
Director: Bob Lohmeyer
Meals on Wheels Coordinators:
Program Coordinators: Jon Ann Cruver
& Judy Parsons
Heather Hovey & Lois Ackerman
Administrative Secretary: Marilyn Yeider
Center Board President: David Chow
Social Worker, Marriage/Family Therapist: Scott Theisen
Center Board Vice President: Douglas Woods
Footcare: Echo Aumick, CNA &
Jan Burnell, RN
Job Connections: Mike Speyer
Kitchen Manager: Janice Bellotti-Pace
Power of One Volunteer Coordinator:
Karen Kessinger
Bargain Corner Manager: Jill Bronemann
Center Board Secretary: Ellen Sullivan
Center Board Treasurer: Merlita Sansano
Member at Large: Gloria Kawabori
Board Members: Ron Carnell, Jerry Carriveau, Carol Cunningham, Charlotte Haines,
Bev Kay, Connie Lovgren, Meiko Shimuka,
Linda Silliman, Sandra Sweeters
Security: James Boushey
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2015
Here are the newly elected members:
David Chow Charlotte Haines Gloria Kawabori
Bev Kay Mieko Shimuka Sandra Sweeters
The Board meets on the second Wednesday of each
month, except for July. All regular meetings are open
to the general membership
and the public.
The Board of Directors for 2015 begin office the first
of January, 2015.
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NEW PUBLISHING
DATES
Beginning with this issue of
the Activities Guide, we will
be going to a quarterly
publication. The next issue
to be mailed to you will be
for April, May, June. This
decision was made in part
because of working with a
new publisher and publishing expenses.
Classes at a Glance
More information is in this Activities Guide.
EXERCISE
LIFE SKILLS & SUPPORT GROUPS
EnhanceFitness
MWF
8:30-9:30AM
EnhanceFitness
MWF*
10:00-11:00AM
Life’s Transitions
Enhance Fitness
TTh
1:15-2:15PM
Diabetes Group
3rd T
9:45-10:45AM
Parkinson’s Group
4th T
11:00-12:00PM
Soft Exercise
WF
10:45-11:30AM
Fall Prevention Ex.
WF*
11:15-12:15PM
Zumba Gold
TTh
T
1:00-2:30PM
Caregivers Group
2nd Th
12:30-1:30PM
Stroke Group
2nd T
11:00-12:00PM
Specialized Exercise Classes see page 14
Clutter Control
1st W
11:00-12:00PM
DANCING
Living Well with Chronic Conditions see page 15.
Tai Chi
Line Dance
Western Line Dance
Hula
TF
9:00-10:00AM
10:45-11:45AM
M
1:30-3:30PM
T
1:30-2:30PM
Th
CRAFTS
1:30-2:30PM
GAMES
Mah Jongg**
M
9:30-12:30PM
Duplicate Bridge
W
12:00-4:00PM
Table Tennis
MWThF
2:30-4:15PM
Scrabble Club
Th
12:30-4:00PM
Pinochle
Th
12:30-3:30PM
Handcrafters
M
9:30-11:30AM
Knitting
M
12:00-2:00PM
Woodcarving
T
1:00-3:00PM
Quilting
T
12:00-3:00PM
Driftwood Sculpture
F
12:30-2:30PM
M
6:00-7:00PM
EDUCATION/LANGUAGES
EVENING CLASS
Computers & Digital Cameras M or W
Hawaiian Hula
2:00-4:00PM
Spanish Conversation M
10:00-11:30AM
Intermed./Adv. Spanish T
10:00-11:30AM
What’s Up/ New
10:30-11:30AM
3rd T
French
Th
10:00-11:30AM
Current Events
Th
1:00-2:30PM
Write from Life
F
CAN DO Low Impact Exercise Class
T & Th
5:30-6:30PM
SIGN UP for Exercise Class tickets, most
classes, and events at the Senior Center’s
Front Desk.
For further information call the Center at
206-365-1536 or see us on-line at
12:30-2:30PM
Cell Phone; IPad/Tablet Special Class see page 13.
www.shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org
PAINTING & SINGING
E-mail: shorelinesc@seniorservices.org
Acrylic Painting Th
9:30-11:30AM
Senior Singers Th
10:00-11:30AM
**Mah Jongg meets at Third Place Commons
in Lake Forest Park, 17171 Bothell Way NE.
* Limited spaces available; must talk to the
instructor before attending the class.
Revised 11/14
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Center Services
Our Senior Center does not endorse products or service providers. Our aim is to protect the elderly from
undue coercion. The Center is not a market place. We neither approve nor condone solicitation of
business within our facilities. Programs are offered for members’ enjoyment, entertainment and
education. Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center does not discriminate against clients, applicants or
employees on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, handicap,
political ideology or sexual orientation. Please report any violation to the Center Director.
Alternative Medicine Clinic from
Bastyr College of
Natural Medicine:
Appointments available every Monday,
8:30a.m.-3:00pm.
You can get a Naturopathic Medicine appointment with
Bastyr University
held at the senior
center. Assessments
will be made by final year clinical students supervised by a licensed Naturopathic Doctor
(ND). Fee: $15 for the center to cover costs.
For appointments call the Front Desk: 206365-1536.
AARP Tax Assistance Offered: Tax assistance from AARP volunteers will be offered
through the Senior Center but held at the Richmond Beach Library, 19601 21st Ave NW,
Shoreline, 98177. To make an appointment
call the Senior Center: 206 365-1536. Tax assistance start date: Friday, February 6, 2015.
(Please do not call the Richmond Beach
Library for appointments!)
month. No medical coupons or sliding scale as
rates are lower than most dentists. Appointments will be arranged through the hygienist.
Please come to the Center’s Front Desk, or
call 206-365-1536 to give your name and
phone number so she can contact you.
Foot Care: Receive care Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from a CNA, 8:30 a.m.-3:30
p.m. $20 for members & $25 for nonmembers. Adult Family Home fee is $18.00. Cancellations must be made at least one full day in
advance. Call for appointments, 206-3651536. Pay at the Front Desk. Please bring a
clean towel with you to your appointment
Haircuts: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in the
Craft Room. Join the many satisfied customers
of Teresa Vannoy-Draper. Make appointments
at Front Desk or call 206-365-1536. $12.00 for
members, $14 for nonmembers.
Job Connections: If you’re looking for someone to do household repairs / work, or maybe
you’re looking for a part-time job, contact our
Volunteer: Mike Speyer by leaving a message
at 206-365-1536. He will return your call.
Legal Consultation: Attorney Karl Flaccus or
an associate come on the 2nd Tuesday of each
Blood Pressure/Blood Sugar Service offered month for free consultations, 8:30 - 10:30 am.
every Monday, 9:00am-3:30pm by Bastyr
Call the Front Desk Volunteers to schedule.
Medical Students in the Craft Room. No fee,
Members served first.
drop-in.
Community Dining (Lunch Program): Sign
in each day at the Front Desk. Hot lunches
served Monday through Friday, starting at
11:45AM Cost: $3.00 suggested donation if
60+. Cost of the meal is $6.00 for all others.
Dental Care: The center offers dental hygiene
services through All Smiles Dental Hygiene
Services. This is a fee based service with appointments open on the 3rd Thursday, every
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Massage Therapy: Every Tuesday, (not a 5th
Tuesday), 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 15-minute
chair massage: $12 for members; $14 for nonmembers, provided by Sandi Nyitray, LMT. Appointments at the Front Desk or call 206-3651536.
Veteran Services: If you have questions regarding Veteran Benefits or services, please
contact Volunteer Joel Estey to answer questions; call him at 206-612-2816.
Meals on Wheels: Anyone who is homebound due to illness or disability or has difficulty shopping or cooking, may apply for Meals
on Wheels. To obtain an application, call Senior
Services, 206-448-5767 or online:
www.seniorservices.org. We also offer nutritional supplements such as Ensure at a discounted price. MOW volunteers are at the Senior Center on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings;
orders are taken on Tuesday morning 9:00
a.m. - noon, for a Thursday morning delivery.
Please make payments for classes at
the Front Desk. All classes, activities and
Medical Equipment: Are you in temporary
need of a walker, bath bench or commode?
The Center has some items available for loan.
See Front Desk, or call 206-365-1536.
SHIBA: 3rd Friday of each month, 10:00AM
to noon. A trained volunteer will be available to
assist consumers (age 18 and up) with information on public and private health insurance
options (including Medicare) available to them
within the State of Washington. Call 206-3651536 at the Senior Center to make an appointment.
Volunteer Transportation: Senior Services
provides rides to medical appointments for
people who have no other way (such as Metro,
family, friends) to get there. For more information or to schedule a ride call 206-448-5740,
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Call
by Wednesday of the week before your appointment.
CLASSES
events arranged at this Senior Center are for
the convenience and pleasure of the participants who desire to attend. The Senior Center
does not assume any responsibility for the well
being or safety of the participants or their
property in any matters pertaining to said activities and events. Members and their guests
participate at their own risk and should not expect or hold the Senior Center responsible in
any way. The Senior Center offers a variety of
classes, but does not endorse any speakers.
EXERCISE
SOFT EXERCISE: Wed & Fri, 10:45AM to
11:30AM Instructor: Lisa Stuebing. This chair
exercise class is designed for people with limited mobility. Emphasis is on maintaining muscle tone and increasing range of motion. Light
weights and resistance equipment are used.
Fee: $3.00 per class for center members,
$3.50 for nonmembers. Pay at the Front Desk.
You may purchase a Soft Exercise ticket for up
to 15 sessions, good for 90 days.
ENHANCEFITNESS: Mon., Wed. & Fri.: SESSION 1: 8:30AM-9:30AM, in the Spartan Gym,
SESSION 2: 10:00-11:00AM Dining Room.
(10AM class has a few openings. Must talk to
instructor before class.) Instructors: Toshiko
Aramaki and Ce Boehm. For people wishing to
improve physical conditioning and decrease
risk of injuries. No charge for Eligible Group
Van Shuttle Service to the Center: For sen- Health Members (those who have Medicare
iors who live in NE Seattle, Shoreline or Lake
Parts A & B and are “locked in”), $3.00 per
Forest Park. From your front door to our front class for Center members, $3.50 nonmembers
door, we can get you to the Senior Center for
of the Center. Pay at the Front Desk. Purchase
lunch and activities. The Senior Shuttle operan EnhanceFitness ticket for up to 15 sessions,
ates Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 a.m. good for 90 days. MUST talk with the in4:00 p.m. All rides are free. Call 206-727-6262 structors before participating in any
to schedule a ride.
classes!
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There’s a Lot going On Here!
LOOK WHO’S TURNING 40 THIS YEAR!
A Short History of Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center
Shoreline-Lake forest Park Senior Center officially began on March 17, 1975. It was organized under the sponsorship of a Shoreline Community College staff member. The Senior
Center was organized with the help of a small group of interested community members.
The first site was in a building at Fircrest School where the center had an auditorium and a
kitchen. Sharon Fink was selected as the first director. She stayed until 1982 when she became Director of the Kirkland Senior Center.
As the Senior Center grew in numbers of participants and range of activities, more
space was needed. In 1978 they were able to move into the former Paramount Park Grade
School at 155th and 8th NE, a building owned by the Shoreline School District. This building
had 2 tenants in addition to the Senior Center: a Montessori School and the Northwest
School for Hearing Impaired Children.
Shoreline Community College became unable to continue its sponsorship and the
Shoreline– Lake Forest Park Senior Center came under the umbrella of Senior Services of
Seattle-King County in 1980.
Robert Montgomery was the Center’s director from June 1982 to July 1983. Helen
Bereiter became the Center’s third Director in September of 1983. By the end of that year
the Center had registered about 1200 participants. The Center remained in the former
Paramount Park location until February of 1990 when it moved into a larger building at the
newly remodeled Shoreline Center. In April of 1997, Robert Lohmeyer started as the new
director. The Center now serves over 3,000 seniors a year with programs that continue
throughout the week.
NOW, 40 Years later, the Senior Center is still strong with over 65 classes offered
throughout each week, 26 services just for seniors and their families, a daily hot lunch program that serves 80-90 people each day, and has a thrift shop, the Bargain Corner, that
earned over $40,000 in 2014. Celebratory plans will be created throughout the year...so
stayed tuned and see what will be happening!
Help us keep going for 40 more years!
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center is a nonprofit organization that relies upon donations from Individuals like you to stay open and thrive. Leaving a legacy
gift is a great way to show your appreciation for the Center. Contact Judy Parsons to learn how you can become a
Legacy Gift Participant, at 206-365-1536
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More Classes
ENHANCE FITNESS: Tues & Thurs., 1:15PM2:15PM, in the Spartan Gym. Instructor,
Sherry Herdrick. For people wishing to improve
physical conditioning and decrease risk of injuries. No charge for Eligible Group Health Members (those who have Medicare Parts A & B
and are “locked in”), $3.00 per class for Center
members, $3.50 nonmembers of the Center.
Pay at the Front Desk. Purchase an EnhanceFitness ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for
90 days. MUST talk with the instructors
before participating in any classes!
TAI CHI/Qi Gong: Tuesdays, 10:45 a.m. 11:45 a.m. and Fridays, 10:45 a.m. - 11:45
a.m., Spartan Recreation Center. Instructor:
Mary Stokes. Helps breathing, balance, stress
relief. Fees: $3.50 per single class for Center
members, $4.50 for nonmembers. .
IT'S BACK! LINE DANCE, Advance beginner
to Intermediate: Tuesdays, 1:30 pm to
2:30pm, Dining Room.
Instructor: Denise Hunsaker. Fees: $5.00 for
members, $7.00 for non members. May purchase a Line Dance ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days. New classes will begin Tuesday, January 13 Yehaw!
HULA: Thursdays, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m., in
the Dining Room. Instructor: Kathy
DeAguiar. Early practice at 1:00 for those
wishing extra practice time. Fee: $1.00
members, $2.00 non-members.
CRAFTS
HANDCRAFTERS: Mondays, 9:30 AM - 11:30
AM, Exercise Room. A group that meets each
week to help produce items for our Holiday Bazaar held each November.
ZUMBA GOLD: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 910, in the Dining Room. $3.00 for members/$3.50 for non-members. Wendy Haber,
BASIC KNITTING: Mondays, Noon-2:00PM,
Licensed Zumba instructor. Class will not meet
Exercise Room. Instructor: Donna Ault. Donna
on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
can fix almost any mess and can teach you alA MATTER OF BALANCE: exercises and infor- most anything you need to know about knitmation on maintaining balance. Funding by the ting! Fee: $1.00 members, non-members,
Shoreline Fire Department. Next class: Janu- $2.00.
ary 21 to March 11. Preregister at the Front
WOODCARVING: Tuesdays, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00
Desk.
PM., Exercise Room. Taught by experienced
FALL PREVENTION EXERCISES: Wed. & Fri. teacher, Jerry Clapp. Jerry will furnish material
Exercise Room, 11:15AM to 12:15PM.Class
for beginners projects. Experienced carvers
can bring their own projects. Tools will be
currently FULL. Instructor Toshiko
Aramaki, will be teaching exercises with a available for purchase. Fee: $5 per class for
concentration on building and maintaining members, $7 for nonmembers. There is an additional fee for project supplies.
balance. Fee: $3.00 per class for mem-
bers; $3.50 for non-members. You may
purchase a Fall Prevention Exercise ticket for
up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days
DANCING.
QUILTING: Tuesdays, noon - 3:00 PM, Craft
Room. We welcome all level quilters! You are
welcome to join us and work on your own project.
DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE: Fridays, 12:30-
LINE DANCE: Intermediate level Line
2:30PM. Instructor: Elizabeth Lamphere.
Dance class. Chinese/English speakers wel- Learn to transform rough wood into a beautiful
come. Monday Class: 1:30pm - 3:30pm
sculpture. The instructor will have basic tools
available for $15. Fee: $6.25 for members,
$8.25 for non-members.
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EDUCATION & LANGUAGES
SPANISH CONVERSATION FOR ADVANCED BEGINNERS: Mondays, 10:0011:30AM. Game Room; fee: $1.00 members; $2.00 non-members
COMPUTER & CAMERA INSTRUCTION
Individual instruction with computer/point
and shoot camera skills can be provided by
appointment with our computer instructor,
Dick Harrison.
Instruction is available for any of the following areas:
 Computer Basics,

Intermediate Computer, including
instruction in Microsoft Word or Excel

Digital Camera Basics (for point-and
shoot cameras, not SLR’s),
WHAT’S UP..WHAT’S NEW : Meets the third

Working with digital picture files,
Tuesday of each month, 10:30 AM to 1130AM.
taken with a camera or cell phone,
Enjoy guest speakers. Open to all Center par
Email which includes sending attachticipants. See page 18 for more information.
ments,
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Facebook, Skype
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED SPANISH:
Tuesday, 10:00-11:30AM, Craft Room. Instructor: Arantza Shuey, a native speaker. A
class for those with some Spanish language
skills. Fee: $16 for members, $20 for non
members per month session.
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH: Thursdays, 10:00
- 11:30AM Conference Room. Instructor: Jill
Capozzoli. Intermediate level or above.
Apprenez le français en s’amusant! Fee: $19
for members, $23 for non members per
month. PLEASE NOTE: admission to the
class is at the discretion of the instructor.
Also, guest observers will need to meet
with the instructor privately for an evaluation before they are admitted to the class.
CURRENT EVENTS: Thursdays, 1:00 - 2:30
PM, Exercise Room. Facilitators: Dee
Pinkerton & Harry Spizman. Fee: $1.00 for
members, $2.00 non-members.
WRITE FROM LIFE: The Story of YOU
Fridays, 12:30-2:30PM, Instructor: Judith
Martin Continue writing your life stories in this
ongoing memoir-writing workshop. Emphasis
on character development, emotion, dialogue,
the senses, and time and place. Per month
fee:$25 for members, $28 for non-members;
$5 materials fee. Per instructor’s: one-week
pre-registration before the class required.
You may use one of our computers or bring
your own laptop. The Senior Center has
two computers with Windows 7.
Make an appointment for instruction at
the Front Desk or by calling the senior center at 206-365-1536.
Appointments can be made for Mondays or
Wednesday, in one hour time slots between the hours of 2:00-4:00PM
Fee: $20 for Senior Center Members/ $23
for non-members (one hour minimum)
Cancellations: Please notify the center 48
hours in advance if you must cancel an appointment. Refunds may or may not be
given.
Please note:
Computers are available for use by center
participants when not in use for instruction
or the room is in use for a class. Check
with the Front Desk for an available time.
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GAMES & CARDS
CAREGIVER’S SUPPORT GROUP: Open
group, second Thursday of each month,
DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Wednesdays, Bridge
Room, 12:00-4:00 PM for play time. Duplicate 12:30 -1:30 p.m., Conference Room. Facilitator: Randi Warner. This group is selfBridge is a partnership. If you don’t have a
partner call Harley Hamilton at 206-763-2711. directed and supportive. The present memFee: $1.50 for members. $2.50 non-members. bers welcome new participants. Donation:
$1.00.
TABLE TENNIS: Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Fri.,
2:30 -4:15 PM. Exercise Room. Fee: $1.00 per CLUTTER CONTROL: 1st Wednesday of
session, non-members, $2.00.
each month, 11:00AM to noon in the Game
Room. Find ways to get rid of clutter, how
SCRABBLE CLUB: Thursdays, 12:30 up to
4:00 PM Game Room. Play time, Fee: $1.00,
to deal with it. Develop a plan to help you
non-members, $2.00.
de-clutter. Fee: $1.00 for members; $2.00
PINOCHLE: Thursdays, 12:30-3:30 PM Bridge for non-members.
Room. Join in on the fun! Fee: $1.00 per session, non-members, $2.00.
LIFE SKILLS & SUPPORT GROUPS
LIFE’S TRANSITIONS: Tuesdays, 1:00 2:30 PM/ Game Room. A place to discuss life’s
events, changes and items of interest. Open
to all! Facilitator: Carolyn Kruse, MSW. Donation: $1.00.
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP: Open group,
third Tuesdays, 9:45-10:45 AM. Conference
Room. Facilitator: Scott Theisen, MSW. Donation: $1.00.
HARD OF HEARING GROUP: Contact Scott
Theisen, MSW, about this group.
PARKINSON’S GROUP: Open group, fourth
Tuesday of each month, 11:00 AM. - noon.
Exercise Room. Facilitator: Scott Theisen,
MSW. Donation: $1.00
PAINTING & SINGING
ACRYLIC PAINTING: Thursdays, 9:30
a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Exercise Room. Join us
each week. Bring your acrylics, pastels, almost any art medium (No oils, please.).
We help each other in class and do our
own thing. Fee: $2.00 member, $2.50 non
members.
SENIOR SINGERS: Thursdays, 10:00
a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Bridge Room. The
group gets together each week to sing
songs of their choice. The often perform for
the Senior Center during special lunches
and yearly at the Shoreline Arts Festival.
Fee: $1.00 members, $2.00 non-members.
STROKE GROUP: Second Tuesdays,
group discussion. 11:00AM to 12:00PM.
Conference Room Scott Theisen, MSW, is
facilitator. Donation $1.00
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HOW TO USE YOUR IPAD,
TABLETS and SURFACES
HOW TO USE YOUR CELL
PHONE (SMART Phone)
Tuesdays, Class 10:00-11:00am,
Thursdays, Class 10:00-11:00am.
You may also Sign up for
small group instruction from
11:00-11:30am
(Small groups two to three people. )
You may also sign up for small group instruction from 11:00-11:30
(Small groups: two to three people..)
Bring your IPad, Tablet, Surfaces, Galaxy
Note, Nook or Kindle and learn how to use
it; going from beginner to geek! Learn to
turn it on, watch a live video chat with
your grandchildren and search the web ,
plan a trip and more.
Instructor: Linda Roddis
What is covered:
Turn it on and off, voice calls, face to face,
tell your phone to dial, hands free!
Fee: $10 for members /$13 for nonmembers.
Pre-register at the Front Desk or call
206-365-1536 to register by phone, credit
cards only please, no debit cards.
Maps and travel apps will be the focus of
the class.
Take a picture, edit it, do a video, make a
slide show with music, get prints from
Bartell’s.
Explore apps: get a book, play a game, do
your banking and much more!
Instructor: Linda Roddis
Fee: $10 for members /$13 for nonmembers.
Pre-register at the Front Desk or call
206-365-1536 to register by phone, credit
cards only please, no debit cards.
All right phone!
You are NOT
smarter than
me!
Linda is MY
teacher!
A New Year’s resolution: learn
what all those icons mean!
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Brain Health and Wellness
An Ongoing Class Beginning
SPECIAL EXERCISE CLASSES
January 12
Take your stroke recovery to the
next level. Learn the latest science
concerning exercise and Multiple
Sclerosis. Learn to exercise to manage symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease. Discussion and exercise group
will be lead by Lisa Stuebing, CPT.
She is a member of the International
Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder
Society.
Fee: $5 for members; $6 for nonmembers.
Pre-register at the Front Desk or call
206-365-1536
Please note: Class is not intended to
replace your neurologist, physical
therapist, occupational therapist or
any other medical professional.
Care Partners are welcome.
Take Care of Your Brain!
News breaks, nearly every day that
might benefit people whose movement
has become impaired. Weekly we will
look at recent research findings from a
fitness perspective. We will share our
experiences and we will also learn physical activities to practice at home.
What do people with Parkinsons (PD),
Multiple Sclerosis (MS), spinal cord Injury (SCI) or who have had a stroke all
have in common? All find that movement has become impaired. Activities of
everyday living can prove exhausting. This is because the signal from the
brain to the muscles has changed. For
example, muscles might be:
Firing against one another (the muscles
are told to push and pull at the same
time)
Receiving a weak signal from the brain
(the nerve is pinched, laid bare or
scarred and not conducting the signal
well)
Firing in a scrambled order (everything
works inefficiently)
Firing all at one time without rest
(tremor, rigidity)
Because of the way our brains are wired,
we can sometimes bypass a damaged
area and find a new and efficient way to
move.
Discussion and exercise group led by
Lisa Stuebing, CPT, certified by both the
National MS Society and the American
Senior Fitness Association, Brain Fitness
Project. She is a member of the International Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Society.
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COMING IN JANUARY
(Rescheduled)
EVENING CLASSES
HAWAIIAN HULA: Mondays, 6:007:00PM. People of all ages will benefit
from this class that will broaden cultural horizons, help with grace, coordination flexibility and stamina.
Living Well with
Chronic Conditions
This Six Session Workshop
will be held:
Wednesday, January 14 to
February 18
12:30-3:00PM
Fee: $8.00 for
center members;
$10 for nonmembers.
Instructor: Kathy
DeAguiar
There is no fee for this 2 1/2
hour workshop. It is lead by
trained volunteers with health
conditions themselves.
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Hula: NW Style!
Find better ways to deal
with pain.
Discover ways to improve
or maintain strength and
energy.
Improve nutrition
Understand new treatment
choices.
Feel better about life.
CAN DO: Low Impact
Exercise Class:
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-6:30PM
Learn a variety of exercises to increase
muscular strength, range of motion,
boost your energy level, burn calories,
reduce stress. All while the instructor
adapts to your individual need. Cancer
survivors and those with lymphedema
are encouraged to come.
First timers please come 10 minutes
early to fill out forms.
Pre-register at the Front Desk
or call us at 206-365-1536.
$6.00 for senior center members;
$7.00 for non-members.
Instructor: Toshiko
Aramaki
Yes, it’s exercise for all!
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Come in. Look for
The Monthly
Specials
You will always find a deal!
We're open
Monday – Friday 9:30am – 3:30pm.
Donations: We are happy to accept donations during our regular hours.
We love gently used, clean items. Large furniture, exercise equipment, and
large appliances can't be accepted; we simply don't have the room.
The Bargain Corner Goes International with
E-Bay Sales!
Thanks to the skills of Volunteer Linda Willmark, E-Bay purchases have
gone to 28 states and international sales that have gone as far away as
Australia, Austria, Canada, New Zealand, Estonia, Germany, Japan and
Puerto Rico and more. Check out the complete list at the shop!
You can also find us at bargaincorner on etsy.com where we have collectibles,
vintage, high-end items, and much more.
Again, thanks to Linda for setting this up and maintaining the site!
Changes, Changes, Changes!
After serving the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center Bargain corner for
several years, Judith Enich has decided to step down. During her time with
the store she has been the force behind several changes that has made it
one of our larger fundraisers. Her dedication and energy has helped make
the Bargain Corner into a premier thrift shop. She has made a huge difference and she will be missed.
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Special Programs & Events
JANUARY PROGRAMS
FEBRUARY PROGRAMS
Friday, January 9: KARAOKE/BINGO
NIGHT! Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages
21 and up. Reservations on-line until
Wednesday, September 10th; walk-ins
welcome on a space available basis after
that.
Friday, February 13: KARAOKE/BINGO
NIGHT! Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages
21 and up. Reservations on-line until
Wednesday December 10; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that.
Tuesday, January 20:
WHAT’S UP,WHAT’S
NEW 10:30—11:30AM
Senior Safety In an Insecure World with
Special guest: Myrle
Carner Director of Law
Enforcement Services for
Crime Stoppers of Puget
Sound-covering King, Snohomish, Kitsap &
Island Counties-serving 4.2 million peopleFormer Co-Host of CNN & FOX Radio show
“Cop Talk”. Emmy award winner for TV
Special called “NW Crackdown”., TV
Spokesman for Q13 FOX TV “Washington’s
Most Wanted”. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00
Tuesday, February 17: WHAT’S
UP,WHAT’S NEW 10:30—11:30AM Capa-
ble yet Controversial. With author Sandra
Walker: In 1940 350,000 children delivered
more than 39,000,000 daily newspapers. By
1980 nearly one million youngsters served as
the primary newspaper distribution force. Little
Merchants, The Golden Era of Youth Delivering
Newspapers, for the 1920 to 1970 era, gives
the nostalgic remembrance of those days; the
historic record tells even more, sharing the
children's contributions to community and to
country. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00
non-members.
Thursday, February 19: Happy Birthday Member Lunch, free lunch to current
members celebrating a birthday this
month. Birthday celebrants and guests
plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick
non-members. Limited seating, come early!
up your meal ticket! On a First- ComeThursday January 15: Happy Birthday First-Serve basis; no reservations.
Member Lunch, free lunch to current
Friday, February 20: Red Hat Society,
members celebrating a birthday this
11:30 AM-1:30PM in the Craft Room. Comonth. Birthday celebrants and guests
Queen Mum is Gwen Elken. This group
plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick
knows how to have fun!
up your meal ticket! On a First- ComeFirst-Serve basis; no reservations.
Friday, January 23: Red Hat Society,
11:30AM-1:30 PM, in the Craft Room. CoQueen Mum is Gwen Elken
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MARCH PROGRAMS
Friday, March 13: KARAOKE/BINGO NIGHT! Doors open at 6:00 PM,
for ages 21 and up. Reservations on-line until Wednesday, September
10th; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that.
Tuesday, March 17: WHAT’S UP,WHAT’S NEW 10:30—11:30AM:
Transformative Power of Embracing Gratitude. With David George Brooke.
Having suffered numerous losses and traumatic setbacks, David speaks about his reallife By applying the lessons of living with gratitude, David illustrates how any situation
in life, no matter how stressful or tragic, can be reframed and refocused into a fulfilling
journey by using the simple principles of gratefulness.
As an example, the use of a daily gratitude journal, gives people the tools in a toolkit
designed to create healthy coping mechanisms in a world of way too many destructive
ones
Be prepared to look at your life differently, and experience the feeling of creating “an
attitude of gratitude.” It has the power to completely transform your outlook, your happiness, and your quality of life.
Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00 non-members.
Thursday March 19: Happy Birthday Member Lunch, free lunch to
current members celebrating a birthday this month. Birthday celebrants
and guests plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick up your meal ticket!
On a First- Come-First-Serve basis; no reservations.
Friday, March 27: Red Hat Society, 11:30AM-1:30 PM, in the Craft
Room. Co-Queen Mum is Gwen Elken
MEMBERSHIP TIME FOR 2015!
It is time to renew memberships to the Senior Center for the upcoming
2015 year. New members are
welcome to join as well.
Membership fees are the same as last year:
$25 for an individual and $45 for a couple.
Membership entitles you to discounts on class fees and activities, a free
birthday lunch, and you will receive the Activities Guide 3 times during
the year. The membership covers January to December 2015.
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Karaoke/Bingo
Reservations are highly recommended!
Reservations made on-line.
On-line reservations are done on our website:
shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org
Walk-ins welcome, when space is available.
Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up. Games begin at 7:00PM.
Food, beer, wine and soft beverages sold.
January 9, February 13 &
March 13
Pre-register, bring all of your family and friends!
CELEBBRATE! BE A WINNER!
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Power of One Program: Share What You Know
Volunteer local! The Power of One Volunteer Program welcomes people
from the community who want to support education by volunteering in Shoreline Public
Schools. People give at least an hour a week helping in classrooms, libraries and/or
other school programs. Opportunities include working with students in reading, math,
writing, and other subjects or by sharing special skills and talents.
Benefits of being a Power of One Volunteer include: share your knowledge and experience; contribute to a child’s school experience in a positive way; flexible times and
schedules; access to training, support and other educational resources; School District
Issued Photo ID Badge
To get involved, contact Power of One Volunteer Coordinator Karen Kessinger at
206-365-1169 or karen.kessinger@shorelineschools.org. The Power of One Volunteers
is a program of the Shoreline-LFP Senior Center and the Shoreline School District.
Check out our web site: www.powerofonevolunteers.wordpress.com
The purpose of the Power of One Volunteer Program is to assist the Shoreline Schools to
achieve excellent education for all students. We believe as caring adults we can assist all students to become successful learners.
Social Work Services
COUNSELING Problem solving, family issues,
adult children concerns,
aging process questions,
memory concerns, grief /
loss issues, health questions, anxiety or depression. If you need someone to talk to who can
give you objective feedback regarding your concerns, call Scott Theisen,
MSW, Marriage /Family
therapist, at 365-1536.
at the Center every Tuesday and Wednesday,
9:30AM –4:30PM.
DIABETES GROUP Open group. 3rd Tuesday
of the month, 9:45-10:45 a.m., Conference
Room.
ENHANCE WELLNESS PROGRAM
A STROKE GROUP Second Tuesdays, Come
for a group discussion: 11:00AM to 12:00PM.
Scott Theisen, MSW, is facilitator. Conference
Room.
Want to change something about your life:
more friends, exercise, better health? Then
come see Scott at the Center about the Enhance Wellness Program or call Scott for an
appointment: 206-268-6761 to leave a message and he will call you back.
LIFE’S TRANSITIONS GROUP Open group. A
safe place to discuss life’s events, changes and
issues of interest. Bring a joke, cartoon, or
story to share. Facilitator: Carolyn Kruse,
MSW. Every Tuesday, 1:00-2:30PM Game
Room.
HARD OF HEARING GROUP Please contact
Scott Theisen about this group.
A PARKINSON’S GROUP Open Group, fourth
Tuesday of each month, 11:00AM-noon
Exercise Room.
CLUTTER CONTROL First Wednesdays,
11:00AM to noon, Game Room. All of the folks
attending this class find it VERY helpful!
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CAREGIVER’S SUPPORT GROUP Open
group, second Thursday of each month,
12:30-1:30, Conference Room. This group
is self-directed and supportive. The present
members welcome new participants. Donation: $1.00.
Other Services of Interest
Senior Rights Assistance Program
Water Conservation Project (WCP):
Free water-saving toilets, including free inSenior Rights Assistance (SRA) provides
stallation, are available to Seattle homefree legal and consumer information to
owner who meet certain eligibility guideolder adults and their families. Highly
lines, for Shoreline residence you must retrained volunteers support clients by helpceive services from SPU. Toilets are the
ing to problem solve, providing information
biggest water-wasters in most homes so
and resources and making appropriate rereplacing old toilets with these great new
ferrals to other agencies within the comones will save a lot of money on utility
munity. Topics Covered: Estate Planning,
bills. For more information call 206 448End of Life Issues, Consumer Protection,
5751
Consumer Debt & Bankruptcy, Landlord
Property Tax Exemption for 2005 and
Tenant, Homeowner Issues, Victims of
beyond. For complete information contact
Crime Assistance, Social Security, and
the King County. Assessor’s Office at 206Grandparents’ Rights In collaboration
296-3920 for eligibility information.
with the King County Bar Association,
SRA coordinates the Elder Law Legal
Utility Bill Discounts: Eligible senior citiClinic in Seattle and Kent. Clients can
zens or people with disabilities can receive a
meet with an attorney for ½ hour and receive free legal advice on a variety of elder 50 percent reduction on their Seattle City Light
and Combined Utility bills. Call the Seattle
law issues. A new addition to the clinic is
Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens at 684-0500
the creation of simple wills for clients who
for application information.
meet eligibility criteria. Clients can have a
will created or updated. Call SRA at 206- Low-Income Senior Sanitary Sewer
448-5720 to schedule an appointment Discount Program: For Lake Forest Park
residents, 62-up Application/renewal forms
or for more information.
available at the senior center or through the
Minor Home Repair (MHR) : Minor Home City of Lake Forest Park: 206-368-5440.
Repair's highly skilled Repair Technicians
For Shoreline residents, 62-up: Application
make minor plumbing, carpentry, and elec- through Ronald Water District: 206-546-2494.
trical repairs and install wheelchair ramps,
grab bars and handrails. This service is
available to homeowners of all ages in Seattle, Shoreline and Bellevue. Income eligibility required. Call 206 448-5751.
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Volunteer Opportunities
Call Jon Ann or Judy to find out more on how to volunteer at your
Senior Center: at 206-365-1536.
DECORATORS NEEDED! Jon Ann &
Judy could use some help with seasonal
decorating in the center and special event
decorating in the Dining Room. There is a
huge supply of decorations already available for most events and occasions. Come
see Jon Ann or Judy if you’d like to lend a
hand.
ACTIVITIES GUIDE DISTRIBUTOR Help is needed in getting current
answer phone calls, handle money and
help the public and participants with
questions concerning the center’s programs and activities. Currently, we need
volunteers for Thursdays. Please contact
the Senior Center’s Administrative Assistant, Marilyn Yeider, for more information.
206-365-1536
Bargain Corner formerly known as
the Thrift Shop, a variety of positions
available. Half day shifts, morning or afternoon.
Activities Guides distributed throughout
the community. There are designated
placement areas already established. DisKitchen Helpers Needed: Check
tribution would take place up to two times
with Chef Janice to see how you can help.
per quarter. Come see Jon Ann or Judy if
The best time to talk to her is early mornyou’d like to help.
ing or after 1:00pm.x
HELP WANTED! Front Desk Receptionists. Volunteer for this “heart
of the Center” position. Half day shifts,
morning or afternoon. We need volunteers who enjoy meeting the public, can
Membership
Membership for the 2015 calendar year is
Membership must be renewed every year.
$25.00 for a single household or $45 for a cou- Reduced membership dues in September
ple. This membership will be good through 1st; will apply to NEW members only.
December of 2015.
Memberships at the Center’s Front Desk or
You will be asked to show your membership
mail in the application/renewal form included
card in order to get member prices. We thank in this Activity Guide. Memberships can be
you for your faithful membership and support. purchased or renewed at the Senior
We are working hard so that we can continue
Center Front Desk.
to serve you well.
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Kitchen Corner Catering
Shoreline -Lake Forest Park
Senior Center
1 8560 1 st Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 9 8155
Chef Janice:
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Do you have a Banquet coming up?
A business breakfast, lunch meeting, wedding or
anniversary?
An office party, staff meeting or just need a menu
or venue to celebrate or party?
Our catering is available with our facility rental!
Special meals are from scratch, healthy and made
to your needs: ethnic, vegan, other options.
Let us help you host your event with the economical
space, great food, and excellent staff.
Call us and let us help you plan your next event.
No event too small.
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Thank You
Thank you to the Cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park for their
generous support. Thank you to the
Knossos Foundation and the
Shoreline Public Schools Foundation in support of the Power of One
Program and to United Way of
King County.
Thank you to the Shoreline Parks,
Recreation & Cultural Services for
including the Senior Center in their
Recreation Guide. Thank you to the
Starbucks on Ballinger Way; two
Safeway stores: in North City at
15th and 175th and 155th and
Aurora for their weekly pastry donations.
From Chef Janice:
2015 is here and I bet it will be a great year for all of us.
Thank you to everyone who has asked about my husband’s condition and how he is doing and about how I am
doing since being under the weather as well. It warms my
heart that so many of you are concerned for both of us. It is a real family
here.
Since I have so many things on my plate I am taking steps to slow down a
little as everyone has suggested. Therefore, as of January, February and
March I will not being presenting a Heritage Meal and in addition, I will be
cancelling Cooking Classes for the first three months.
There are still many special event days on the menu. January has Martin
Luther King Day and Birthday. February has Valentine’s Day, Chinese New
Year, and Birthday. March will bring Saint Patrick’s Day and Birthday.
This past year has been a little thin on kitchen volunteer so if you feel you
might has the energy to start something new, please come and see me.
Bon Appetite
Cooking Classes: there will be no
cooking classes for the months
of January, February or March.
Chef Janice
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Rent the Senior Center for Your
Special Event!
The Senior Center is available on
most week-ends for special events in
our Dining/Bridge Rooms for up to
180 guests.
Classroom space is also available on
most week-ends and evenings.
Call 206-365-1536, Monday–Friday,
8:30AM to 4:30PM for more information. Ask for Bob. Catering service
is available through the Center’s
Kitchen Corner Catering Program.
Find out more details when booking
your event.
The Senior Center has easy access
from I-5 with lots of
parking available.
Travel Information
Come by the center and check out all the listings at our travel desk or you may book a
trip. If you arrange a trip through the travel
company, call us to let us know. The travel
company will give us a small commission.
Thank you for your support.
PLEASE NOTE:
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center offers a variety of information classes,
but does not endorse any speaker. The presenters have been asked not to solicit or
call any clients and to give information
ONLY. We suggest you listen to a variety of
presenters before you make any kind of decision. Presentations are meant as an educational opportunity and no marketing is
allowed.
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If you need some special help,
call 2-1-1
Give this number a call if you
need: help paying rent and/or affording a rental deposit; help
paying utility bills; how to access
SNAP (food stamps); the location
of a local food bank; the location
of a shelter; the location of free
or low cost health clinics; access
to free or low cost dental care;
help searching for affordable
housing; help finding transitional
housing; where to find holiday assistance for meals and gifts.
You may be eligible for
SNAP (Supplemental
Nutrition Assistance
Program)
Two-thirds of adults 50+ who are eligible for benefits do not apply because
they think they are ineligible. Eligibility
is based on a number of factors including income, household size and disability. If you live alone and make less
than $14,079 per year or with another
person and make less than $18,941
per year, you could be eligible. For
more information contact Jen at Jewish Family Services (need not be Jewish to get the service): 206-461-3240
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Senior Center Bad Weather
Closures
If the winter brings us some bad weather
and closures are possible, the senior
center will follow the Shoreline School
District policy:
If the schools close, the center will be
closed.
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If the School District is late, we will
open on time.
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In any case, call the center before venturing out in bad weather; teachers may
cancel classes, or appointments and
activities could change.
To check on closures: tune in to your
local television station or search the
internet “school closures”.
COMMUNITY NEWS
For all of our Neighbors: Hopelink offers two energy assistance
programs. 1. The Low-Income High Energy Assistance Program, also
know as LIHEAP. The program provides financial assistance for those
who need help heating their home with electricity, gas, oil, propane
or wood. 2. The Puget Sound Energy HELP or PSE HELP. This program
provides financial assistance towards Puget Sound Energy customers’
electric and gas bills.
Appointments are currently being scheduled: the appointment line:
1-800-648-7144. the line opens at 9:00am Monday through Thursday and fill day by day. If a scheduled day is full please
call back the next day.
Hopelink serves Shoreline and Lake Forest Park; zip
codes North of 145th: 98133 and 98177, and 98155
and 98160
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January 2015
Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center - Hot Lunches
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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A $3 donation is suggested for
seniors 60 and older. Persons
under 60 can enjoy a meal for
$6.
Milk Choices:
Skim
Non Fat Chocolate
2%
Menu is subject to change.
Special Thanks To:
Ivar’s & Starbucks
for their generous
monthly donations
to Community
Dining and all our
volunteers
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6
Beef Stew
Spaghetti and
Biscuit
Meatballs
Green Salad with Ranch Garlic Bread
dressing
Green Salad
Apricots
Stuffed Zucchini
Applesauce
12
Turkey Sandwich
with Cranberry sauce
and Cream Cheese
Vegetable Soup
Crackers
Peaches
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Stuffed Pepper
Marinara Sauce, and
Cheese
Rice
Cauliflower
Cole Slaw
Pear
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Chicken
Caesar Salad
Ivar’s Clam Chowder
Roll & Butter
Pineapple
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Quiche Lorraine
Mixed Green Salad
with Tomatoes,
Carrots, and
Honey Mustard
Dressing
Tapioca Pudding
8
Turkey Tortellini
Soup
Grilled Ham & Cheese
Sandwich
Mixed Fruit
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BBQ Pork Ribs
Sautéed Greens
Squash
Cheese Herb Biscuit
Pineapple Coleslaw
Yam Pie
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Curried Chicken
Steamed Rice
Broccoli & Cauliflower
Roll
Peach Mango Mix
tomato
Potato Salad
Minestrone Soup
Fruit Cocktail
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Closed for
Martin Luther King Day
Closed for New Year’s Hamburger on Bun
With lettuce and
Holiday
Sweet and Sour
Pork
Steamed Rice
Stir Fried Vegetables
Orange
Italian Sausage &
Penne w/ Marinara
Garlic Bread
Roasted Brussels
Sprouts
Cinnamon
Applesauce
2
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Pork Chop with
Sauerkraut
Carrots and Broccoli
Baked Potato
Roll
Peach Cobbler
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9
Buttermilk Chicken
Potatoes
Roasted Broccoli
Citrus Salad
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Bacon Corn Chowder
With crackers
Egg Salad Sandwich
With lettuce, tomato
and pickle
Berries
Baked Fish
Scalloped Potatoes
Peas & Mushrooms
Bananas
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Ginger Mustard
Pork Loin, New
Potatoes with Dill,
Creamed Lemon
Spinach
Salad Roll with Butter
Birthday Cake
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Liver and Onions
Mashed Potatoes
Brown gravy
String Beans with
red peppers
Roll with butter
Tropical Fruit
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Meatloaf Sandwich
Potato Chips
3 Bean Salad
Mixed Fruit Jell-O
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Creamed Turkey
Mashed Potatoes
Lemon Carrots
Spinach Salad with
Shredded Carrots,
Tomatoes, Dressing
Baked Apple
February 2015
Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center - Hot Lunches
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Monday
Tuesday
Skim, Chocolate, 2%
Special thanks to all our
volunteers for their time
and Starbucks & Ivar’s
for donating their
products to Community
Dining
Wednesday
America Health month
American History
Chinese New Year
Black History Month
National Pie Month
Cherry Pie Month
National Snack Month
National Grapefruit
Month
Canned Food Month
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Chicken and
Dumplings
Swiss Chard
Harvard Beets
Fruit Salad
Ham Salad
Sandwich
Chips
Cheddar Cheese
Broccoli Soup
Melon
Closed for
President’s Day
Chicken Dijon
Roasted Red
Potatoes
Mixed Greens
Roll, Salad w/
Carrots and
Radishes
Pear
5
Turkey Waldorf
on a Green Salad
Ivar’s Clam
Chowder w/
Crackers
Citrus Fruit Salad
11
Lasagna
Italian Vegetables
Garlic Bread
Mixed Green
Salad
Oranges
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Spaghetti with
Tomato Sauce
Meatballs
Garlic Bread
Sautéed Zucchini
Banana Pudding
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Beef and Cheese
Enchilada
Confetti Corn
Bread
Green Salad with
Mexican Dressing
Pineapple
4
12
Crab Cake
Saffron Rice
Green Beans
Roll with Butter
Banana
Roast Turkey
Mashed Potatoes &
Gravy, Spiced
Apple, Roasted
Vegetables. Roll
Birthday Cake
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Birthday Lunch
Hamburger
Steak with Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Snow Peas
Roll with butter
Peaches
Valentine Day
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Chinese New Year18
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Creole Style
Gumbo
Rice
Creole Okra
Fresh Fruit
Champagne
Poached Salmon,
Chinese Style
Chicken, Egg Roll
Rice, Stir Fried
Veggies ,Mandarin
Oranges & Mango
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6
Beef Teriyaki Stir
Fry (peppers &
Broccoli) Rice
Spinach Salad w/
Tomato, egg and
Honey Mustard
Dressing, Pears
Cooking class
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Friday
A $3 donation is
suggested for seniors
60 and older.
Persons under 60
can enjoy a meal for
$6.
Menu is subject to
change without
notice
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Tomato Barley
Soup
Pastrami
Sandwich
Potato Green
Bean Salad
Polish Sausage
Red Potatoes
Cabbage and
Carrot Mix
Roll
Fresh Orange
Thursday
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Chicken Burger
Bun w/ Lettuce,
Tomato &
French Fries
Raspberry Jell-O
Lemon and Leek
Orzo Pasta, Romaine
and Orange Salad,
Roll / Butter
Steamed
Veggie
Strawberry Dessert
Hearty Beef
Stew with
Potatoes, Carrots,
peas & Onions
Roll with Butter
Assorted Melons
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Meatloaf w/
Gravy
Roll with Butter
Mashed Potatoes
Green Salad
Berries and
Bananas with
Yogurt
March 2015
Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center Lunch Menu
Monday
Tuesday
BBQ Pulled Pork
Sandwich
Baked Beans
Red Cabbage &
Carrot Slaw
Banana
Orange Asian
Chicken, Onions,
Celery, Peppers
and Nappa
Cabbage, carrots
Steamed Rice
Pineapple,
Roll/Butter
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Wednesday
Seafood Sausage
Jambalaya
Rice
Sautéed Baby
Greens, Cheese
Bread
Mandarin Oranges
Kings Cake
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4
Ivar’s Red Seafood
Chowder
Green Salad
Dressing
Roll with Butter
Raspberry
Applesauce
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10
Bratwurst and
Sauerkraut on a
Hoagie Roll, Oven
Fried Red Potatoes
Green Salad Oven
Honey Mustard
Dressing
Melon
Italian Ham &
Potato Frittata
Brown Rice
Peas and Carrots
Roll with Butter
Mandarin Orange
St. Patrick’s Day 17
Swedish
Meatballs with
Egg Noodles
Romaine/Spinach
Salad w/ dressing
Harvard Beets
Pineapple
Roll with Butter 45
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Corned Beef &
Cabbage,
Carrots, Potatoes
and Onions, Irish
Soda Bread
Irish Cream
Cake
24
Monte Cristo
Green Salad with
mixed vegetables
Dressing
Rhubarb
Applesauce
Chicken
baked in a White
Wine Sauce,
Cranberry
Chutney
Rice
Peas
Honeydew Melon
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3 Cheese Quiche
with fresh herbs &
vegetables
Roasted
Cottage Fries
Cucumber
Dill
Salad, Apricots
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Turkey Meatloaf
w/ Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Roll with Butter
Green Salad
Berries and Yogurt
Thursday
18
Chicken Salad
Sandwich , lettuce,
tomato
Carrot Raisin Salad
Cream of Tomato
Soup, Baked
Brown Sugar
Peaches
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Friday
6
5
Roast Beef and
Swiss Sandwich
with Lettuce and
Tomato
Hearty Vegetable
and Barley Soup
Citrus Salad
12
Tuna Tetrazzini
Spinach Salad w/
Tomatoes & Italian
Vinaigrette
Assorted Melons
Bread and Butter
13
Beef Lasagna
Spinach Salad
Italian Vinaigrette
Garlic Bread
Italian Vegetables
Berries and
Peaches
Open-Face Hot
Turkey Sandwich
w/ Gravy on Sweet
Potato Biscuit
Mashed potatoes
Glazed Carrots
Fresh Orange
Birthday Lunch 19
Crab Cannelloni
Sautéed Mixed
Vegetables,
Salad with
artichoke, olive &
tomato, Roll
Birthday Cake
Beef Taco Salad
Lettuce, Tomatoes,
Cheese, Salsa,
Sour Cream, olives
Refried Beans and
Taco Chips
Pear
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20
First Day of Spring
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Roast Pork
Gravy, Baked
Apple
Mashed Potatoes
Chilled Roasted
Carrots with Dill
Roll with Butter
Orange
Fish and Chips
Pea and Cauliflower
Salad
Tartar Sauce
Tropical Fruit
German Lentil
Soup
Turkey Pastrami
and Cheese
Sandwich
Potato Salad
Mixed Fruit
A $3 donation is
suggested for seniors
60 and older.
Persons under 60 can
enjoy a meal for $6.
Milk choices:
Skim, Chocolate, 2%
Milk available
National Nutrition
Month
Day Light Savings Time
Spring Begins
Purim (Jewish Holiday)
National Pig & Peanut
butter Day ( 1st )
Menu is subject to
change without
notice
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Special thanks to our
volunteers for their time,
and to Starbucks &
Ivar’s for donating their
products to Community
Dinning
Senior Services of Seattle/King County
Shoreline-Lake Forest Park
Senior Center
2208 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
Non-Profit
US Postage
Or Current Address
Paid
Permit
#1148
Seattle, WA
Congratulations to Our
2014 Holiday Bazaar
Quilt Winner!
Lucky Linda Condit won
this year’s quilt that was
made by the Center’s
ThimbleBelles.
AARP Tax Assistance Offered: Tax assistance from AARP volunteers will be offered once again
through the Senior Center but held at the
Richmond Beach Library.
See Page 6, inside, for more information.
It’s BACK! YEHAW!
Tuesday Line Dance Classes
Starting on January 13.
See Page 10, inside, for more information.
CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB….shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org
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