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TERRIFIC TRIPS    
Senior center members may register the first ten days. After that, non-member seniors or
those ages 21-49 accompanying a senior, may register for remaining seats. Payment is due
when registering and must be paid with checks or money orders. Cancellation/refund policies
are determined by the tour company and senior center. Please check before registering to
see if scooters or wheelchairs can be accommodated.
In order to take advantage of special promotions, it is possible that new trips may be offered
on short notice. Check the bulletin board on a regular basis since the newsletter may not
include every trip. Emergency cards: travelers will need to complete a new travel
emergency/waiver card if the previous card is more than a year old.
Overnight & Longer trips: to comply with mailing requirements, details on overnight trips
cannot be printed in the newsletter. Registration for long trips usually begins about six months
in advance; check with the senior center for dates.

Sept. 7-13        Canada
Please park in the back and report to Carolyn at the bus. The bus departs at 8 a.m.

Sept. 26        Snooty Fox
At the request of members, a second trip to Snooty Fox is being offered. You will visit five
upscale consignment shops in the Cincinnati area providing fashions and household items
with 15% discount on purchases. Refreshments served at each stop; lunch is included. Cost
is $44 per person. Last day to register is September 17.
Please park in the back and report to Carolyn at the bus. The bus departs at 9 a.m.

Oct. 23        Belterra Park
Enjoy a free buffet and $20 play credit on this trip. Be sure to bring your Belterra Park card if
you have one and your driver’s license. Cost for this trip is $22 that includes the driver’s tip.
Last day to register is September 25.  Please have available the address, phone number, and
birthday of each person you are registering. The bus will depart at 9 a.m. with an approx.
return of 5 p.m.

Dec. 2                Christmas of Yesteryear
(note changes from previous issue)
Ron Retzer and others will offer old-time Christmas favorites and memorable songs of praise
at the Villa Milano in Columbus. Included is a family-style meal with chicken, another meat,
mashed potatoes, vegetable, pasta dish, dessert, and beverage. There is no gift shop at this
site. Cost is $69; members register September 3, non-members September 17, and the last
day to register is October 22. Departure is 9:30 a.m. with approximate return of 3:30 p.m.

TAI CHI & GOLDEN QI (Chair Chi)
The next Tai Chi session will be for current students only and offered at 1:30 p.m. on Fridays
starting September 27 (no class November 15). Cost is $30 per person for the eight-week
session and due when registration starts August 30. Please note that refunds are not issued
once the first class is held. It may be beneficial to observe a class and talk to the instructors
before registering. The next time a new class will be offered for beginners will be December 6.
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise and taught by Sue and Bill McCabe from TAMA Martial
Arts and may help to improve your flexibility, balance, focus, and strength.
Golden Qi (chair chi) is offered to members at no cost from 9:45-10:30 on Fridays for those
who cannot stand for long; it is important to be seated by 9:45 a.m. Golden Qi is beneficial for
those in wheelchairs, with balance issues, and is a form of exercise for people who cannot
exercise while standing.

REFLECTION
I’ve learned….that the best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person
                                                Andy Rooney

COMMUNITY MEALS   
Project One Hope is a community outreach supported by multiple churches in Huber Heights
to provide a free dinner to the community. For the most current information, visit www.fcchh.
org or call 236-8029.
Sept. 12:  First Christian Church (Forge), 6114 Fishburg Rd, 5-6:30, 236-8029
Sept.18:   St Peter Catholic Church, 6161 Chambersburg Rd, 5:30-7, 233-1503    
Sept. 24:  Sulphur Grove UM Church, 7505 Taylorsville Rd., 5-6:30, 236-5970
Sept. 28:  Huber Heights Church of God, 5-6:30, 233-3137  

HEALTH PLANS (One-on-One Counseling)
Free assistance is available by appointment, year-round, at the senior center. You can enroll
in a Medicare Advantage or Prescription Plan whether you are new or previously enrolled or if
you are new to Medicare and have questions. Please bring: Medicare card and any other
insurance cards and your current prescription drugs in a bag (a list is acceptable but actual
meds are better). Call Debbie Marchi, OSHIIP certified volunteer, at 937-477-1881 to make an
appointment. Please honor your appointment time since the volunteer does not live close to
the senior center; thank you.

ACTIVITY ADJUSTMENTS
Exercise:        cancelled Sept. 18
Cong. Lunch:        cancelled Sept. 20
Chair Chi:        not scheduled Sept. 20
Tai Chi:        not scheduled Sept. 20
D. Bridge:        small room Sept. 30
Closed:                Sept. 2

KUDOS CORNER   
*Thanks to August newsletter mailing volunteers: Lynn Brown, Debbie Lykins, Lou Brown,
Barb Schultz, Ruth Krupp, Loretta Cooper, Maggie Krupp, Jim Leek.
*Thanks to Richard Klinedist, Jerry, Nottingham, and Jim Boggs for grilling the hot dogs for the
wiener roast and to the large number of volunteers who helped set up and clean up. Thanks
also go to Norma Freedline for getting the pop, Rich for the sauerkraut, Judy Blankenship for
vacuuming, and to Netta Hawkins for stoically chopping 3½ pounds of onions!
*Thanks to Judy Blankenship for carrying the banner in the parade.
*Many thanks go to VFW Post 3283 for the flag donation.
*Thanks to Liz Gitzinger and Netta Hawkins for working at the senior center table at National
Night Out.
*Mah Jongg leader, Janet Fulton, created an impressive display to enhance this Chinese
game, complete with Chinese food, decorations, and an interactive Year of the Pig game.
*Special thanks go to the McCabes for donating funds to cover the professional installation of
the mirrors.
*Special thanks go to Lynn Brown for serving as the previous Newsletter Mailing Chairperson
for three years.
*The pizza party was a big hit with great entertainment, door prizes, dancing, pizza trivia, and
the consumption of 20 pizzas!

EXERCISE CLASS  
Fall Semester
A Sinclair College instructor offers a variety of practical and interesting exercises to a variety
of music. You need to be a member of the senior center and register with Sinclair College to
participate. Class is held at the senior center at 9 and 10 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Senior center members may join a class any time during the year with the understanding that
the full amount of $25 will be billed by Sinclair College, no matter how many weeks remain in
that semester. If you factor in the total numbers of classes per semester, it comes out to less
than $1 per class.
Fall semester began August 26. Information on registration and class details were not
available at the time of this printing. Please check with the senior center for updates.

Update to Exercise:
No exercise instructor will be available for the rest of the year.
Members may exercise at  9 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays using a DVD.
Exercise at own pace and risk.

TIDBITS
*Mirrors are now installed on the west wall but may be covered by a curtain. The mirrored wall
is available for all to use to support their activity/event.
*Starting with October events, a member may obtain/purchase two tickets instead of four
tickets.
*The community movie will feature Coco at 8 p.m. on September 28 at the Eichelberger
Amphitheater. Bring blankets, lawn chairs.
*The Wayne Township/Huber Heights Historical Society offers displays of photos and
memorabilia of historic homes and businesses, history of the schools, the development of the
city, photos from yearbooks, old newspapers, and more. You can browse (call first to make
sure someone is there or to make an appointment) or even hold your high school reunion
there with lunch provided!  If you have documents, photos, or items pertaining the city,
schools, or community, the society can scan or copy most anything you are willing to share.
Contact Pat Stephens at 937-974-5286 or email wthhhs@huberhistory.org

AT THE LIBRARY
Call 496-8934 if you have questions about the following programs offered at the Huber
Heights Library.
Computer Classes (advance registration, prerequisites possible)
Computer Basics:          Sept. 16,  2-4
Social Media Basics:          Sept. 23, 2-4
3D Printing:                  call for dates
1 on 1 Computer Sessions: varying times
Staff available for a one-hour session of one-on-one training. We will cover topics from the
group classes and do our best to answer questions learners may have as well - all while
sitting side by side. Our focus is on you! Call 463-2665 and ask for Tony or Melissa. Laptop
will be provided during this session.  

Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24, 10-11 a.m: Talk Tables: would you like to practice your English
conversational skills in a friendly, casual atmosphere? Talk Tables provide a place to engage
in conversation and learn about helpful resources too.

Sept. 19, 7-8:15 p.m: Tea & Mystery Book Discussion: monthly discussion featuring mystery
novels with tea and light snacks. Our title is The Last Place You Look by Kristen Lepionka.
Copies are available at the Checkout Desk.

Sept. 12, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Stirring Up Food and Memories: A cookbook can contain more than
recipes, it can be a historical document for your family. One that contains the stories behind
the food. Preparing food and family dinners can evoke memories and emotions; as you eat,
you may think of family, friends, and events related to those foods. Learn how to create and
organize your own family cookbook to save not just recipes, but the memories of those
important to you.

BOARD REPORT
*The Board approved revising the policy on the number of tickets a member may obtain. For
many years, there was a two-ticket limit. Six years ago, it was increased to four tickets but
there has been consistent negative feedback about this. In order to retain newer members
and provide more opportunities for all, the center will return to the two-ticket limit starting with
October events.
*Discussed the challenge of finding consistent volunteers to set up tables and chairs for big
events and tear down afterwards. Also discussed and agreed upon was starting the cleanup
process after the entertainment/program ends.
*Board voted to purchase a new dry erase board and smaller bulletin board.
*The Board appointed Barb Schultz as the Newsletter Mailing Chairperson.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
If you can make a firm commitment to help set up tables and chairs for the following event,
please contact Pat.
Sept. 20, Lunch & Learn: set up time to be determined.

HELP FOR VETERANS
Are you a veteran than needs help with yardwork, light home repairs, running errands, etc.?
Or, do you know of a vet than can use this type of assistance?
If so, please register at the DAV site and post information about the help you need. Visit https:
//dav.force.com/volunteerforveterans/s/
If you would like to help a veteran, register on this site as a volunteer (you do not need to be
a veteran to volunteer). As opportunities arise in our area, you will receive an e-mail alert and
can then decide whether you want to reach out to a veteran.

CPR/AED CLASS
The fire department’s community outreach team will provide CPR/AED training at the senior
center. A minimum of six is required for the class to be offered with a max of 14. Cost is $5 to
cover the certification card that is good for two years. Class will be held on Monday,
September 30, from 1- 5 p.m. Please register September 3-25.

SEPTEMBER CALENDAR  
Full page detailed calendar available at the center or visit www.huberseniorcenter.org

MARK YOUR CALENDAR  
Sept. 14:        Marigold Festival
Sept. 16:        Wii Bowling
Sept. 18:         Layers of History
Sept. 20:         Lunch & Learn
Sept. 25:        Flu shots
Sept. 30:        CPR class
Oct. 10-13:        Community garage sale
Oct. 19:        Social
Oct. 22:        Medicare consults
Oct. 30:        Masquerade party
Nov. 4:        AARP Driver class
Nov. 13:        Penny auction
Nov. 15:        Social
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