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f o,.,., 4, o,o Seniors Lunch & Learn on November 9th We invite you to join us for activities that we have at the Perkins Senior Center. Every Monday night is music night beginning at 6 p.m. Center is open at 5 p.m. Come and join us for an evening of visiting with friends and enjoying some mighty fine music. Food and beverages are pro- vided, donations of food items are appreciated. Tuesday we have our SR. FOCUS exercise program at 8:30 a.m. Must have a doctor's permit to partici- pate. Tuesday, November 9th, will be the Lunch and Learn program at 11:30 a.m. The program will be on the changes for Medi- care for 2011 presented by Carol Mandlebaum, Oklahoma Insurance / Department. Applications will be taken for individu- als that may qualify for the new X-TRA HELP benefit that will be offered as part of Medicare. Reservations must be made by calling 1- 918-225-8498 or call the Center at 547-2646. Wednesday afternoon is time for playing cards and domino games beginning at 1 p.m. We usually have 2 or 4 tables of players and always have room for more. Thursday is SR FOCUS exercise program again at 8:30 a.m. If you have any questions about these events or other information about the Per- kins Senior Center, contact LeRoy Gibson, President 547-1182 or call and leave message at 547-2646. Caregiver Support Group Informal Group Discussion: Please join us for an opportunity to get to know one another, brainstorm solutions, and find support. Wednesday November 10, 2010 11:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. *LUNCH PROVIDED - PLEASE RSVP BY Tuesday November 9th. Meeting is held at the Life Adult Day Center, 411 W. Mathews (inside the First Christian Church). RESPITE CARE IS AVAILABLE WITH ADVANCED NOTICE. For more information, please contact Jacqui Sanders at 377-0978 or visit the web site at www.lifecenterads.org This event is free and open to the public. ............... Need a cure for everything? A full-page ad in the September issue of The Tulsa World caught my eye. With a large picture of a beautiful lady stroking a lovable dog, it asserted: "New medicine based on an 88-year old theory by Albert Einstein can help almost everyone who is sick or injured! To help almost every health prob- lem ever experienced by a human being! It works so well on so many dif- ferent problems, it seems like it couldn't possibly be true!" Well... I'll buy that last part. That's quite a claim. It goes beyond the countless ads that offer cures for endless physical ailments that might come upon us, all of which have been given fearful sounding names and abbreviations. These ads are designed to scare the daylights out of us and seduce us into buying their products, even if we don't need them yet. We are regularly treated to visions of having to deal with such horrible things as: ADD, ADHD, PAH, STD, HIV, RA, AD, MAD, MAED, MS, DDTHA, AMD, GERD, PLEVA, IBS, MRSA, Mesothelioma, Meniere's syndrome, Crone's disease, Hypoglyclmia, Tourett's Syndrome, Achalasia, Batonella henselae, Hun- tington disease, Lupus, Salmonila, bi-polar condi- tion, Neuropathy, Psoria- sis, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain fever, ehrichio- sis, hemorrhoids, shingles, skin tags, constipation, diarrhea, jock itch, hiccups, and post nasal drip. None of these dastardly ailments are to be sneezed at. I've experienced some of them myself, and it was not fun, but we shouldn't be scared out. of our wits by ads that cause us to miss sleep at night wor- rying about whether we might be attacked by some of them. If you have a uri- nary infection, you know it. If not, don't worry about it, and don't let advertisers try to take advantage of those fears. It is reported that an inquisitive high school student made up a peti- tion and got thousands of people to sign it demanding the government stop all use of the chemical dihydrogen monoxide. The petition correctly stated all of these terrible things this chemical can do. It can cause exces- sive sweating and vomiting. It is a major component of acid rain. In its gaseous state, it can cause terrible burns. Accidental inhala- tion of it can kill you. It contributes to erosion. It decreases effectiveness of automobile brakes. It has been found in the tumors of terminal cancer patients. The student got 86% of the people he approached to sign his petition. Only one recognized that this terrible chemical was ... water. How about that? Now, if you happen to be one of those compulsive hypochondriacs, you might like to call in for that cure- all treatment mentioned above. It takes all kinds. Share your Journal with a friend. Lunch & Learn Seminar 11:30 a.m.- 1 114 East SENIOR FOCUS Cushing Regional Hospital www.cushingregion ,net (9]8) 225 4 Center to celebrate birthdays Nov. 12th The City of Stillwater Senior Activity Center will hold its monthly birthday. pot-luck luncheon, Friday, November 12 at 12:00 noon. Bring a food dish or $3/person and come join the festivities. Also, on Monday, November 8 at 9:30 a.m. a women's in- house pool tournament will be held. Center hours are: Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. for music night. The facility is closed on weekends. Stop by 1015 E. 12thor call 747-8080 for more information and make sure to pick up a November calendar of events. Monday, Nov. 8 - Starting at 9:30 a.m. women pool players get ready for their in-house pool tournament and oil painters get creative with their paints. Also, a Wii gaming system is always ready to set up for you to try out. Exercise equip- ment is available for senior use such as; a treadmill, exercise bikes, a weight machine, and a ping pong table. Afternoon gets busy with bridge, canasta, pitch, pool, dominoes, Beginner's Texas Hold'em, and puzzle solving. Tuesday, Nov. 9 - Get out and come exercise with the Sit 'n Be Fit class on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Chairs are provided for each person during the 45- minute, low impact exercise workout. Some exercises are done while sitting and some are done while stand- ing by a chair. Bouncing balls, hand weights, and stretch bands are incorpo= rated in to the exercises for an extensive workout. Afterwards, at 10:30 a.m. you can stay and continue your exercise while play- ing a variety of games on the Wii system or try some ping-pong. Tuesday after- noon activities include games such as; duplicate bridge, Mexican Train dominoes, canasta, pitch, Skipbo, pool, snooker, puzzle solving, and domi- noes. A representative from Veteran's Affairs comes in on Tuesdays, from 1:00-3: 00 p.m. to help with any questions or paperwork you may have pertaining to veteran's assistance. Wednesday, Nov. 10 - It is women's pool time again starting at 9:30 a.m. Also, ping-pong and Wii interactive games are avail- able for some fun times. Activities for the afternoon include; canasta, pool, dominoes, Texas Hold'em, pitch, puzzle solving, and a movie. The movie, "The Ben Carson Story", will be shown at 2:00 p.m. The Vision Support group will meet here at the Center at 1:30 p.m. They meet here at the Center every second Wednesday of the month and anyone is welcome to attend. Thursday, Nov. 11 - Exercise again with the Sit 'n Be Fit exercise class at 9:30 a.m. Then afterwards, stay and try out the Wii system at 10:30 a.m. If you need some fun and a good laugh come try hitting a ping pong ball. Then in the afternoon you can join in games of canasta, social bridge, pool, pitch, domi- noes, Skipbo, Kings in the Corner, and bingo at 2:00. There is also evening fun at the Center every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Music night will entertain you with live western tunes and singing. Friday, Nov. 12 - Come spend a fun Friday morning at the Senior Activity Center. You can l~lay pool, bring in a craft project to work on, play Wii or ping pong, work out on the exercise equipment, or put in puzzle pieces. The fun all starts at 9:30 a.m. Preparations will be going on also during the morning for the November birthday pot-luck luncheon at 12:00 noon. The afternoon crowd enjoys playing games of canasta, dominoes, pitch, Mexican train dominoes, puzzle solving, and pool Last weeks winners for rubber bridge were; Joyce Cox, Ist, and Barbara Geiser, 2nd. Social bridge winners were: Norma Burk, 1st, and Jeanne Welch and Joanne Barrick, tied for 2% Duplicate bridge win- ning partners were: Donna Beason and Betty Lowrey, lst; and Norma Burk and Treca Adams, 2"d. The Texas Hold'em champions for the week were Dollie McClary and Susan Rol- lins. Winner of the Texas Hold'em winner's game was Phyllis Sanders. ~~dth is to believe what we do not see; and the reward of this faith is to see what we believe. Saint Augustine Estate Tag Sale Robert and Emma Price Friday, Nov. 5, 4-6pm Saturday, Nov. 6 9am-2pm 601 Hartwood Stillwater (North on Main/Washington, past Airport Rd. 2 blocks to sale) Watch for signs - NO EARLY SALES Living Room, Bedroom, Desks, Daybed, stereo, Washer, Dryer, household, yard items, army items, I*XL Sheffield Knife, vintage clothes, collectibles, lawnmowers, old advertising items, +much more, This is only a partial listing! www.thetagladies.com 405.747.8798 / 405.612.2016