Fruit & Veggie Vouchers

Fruit & Veggie Vouchers

$25 in vouchers for Wisconsin-grown fruits and vegetables will be available to seniors who stop in and sign up Wednesday, June 27th between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Enjoy local produce from nearby participating farm stands and farmers markets. This generous Senior Veggie Voucher Program is sponsored by Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency.

June Birthdays

Happy Birthday to all of our June babies listed below.

1st Paul Atwood
1st Penny Atwood
2nd Gloria VanHeirseele
3rd Harry Adamson
3rd Mike Raimonde
4th Tanya Sandholm
7th Betsy Raimonde
9th Sandy Jacoby
10th Linda Hisaw
12th Rollie Hanson
13th Dolly Zeihen

14th Cathy Wilkinson
15th Nona Hill
16th Tom McNabb
16th Bob Shannon
17th Dawn Revenaugh
21st Larry Kane
23rd Mike Young
28th Anita Willemarck
29th Yolanda Obermaier
30th James Carlson
30th Pat Dietz

Aging Mastery Program is Back!

We’ll be starting up a new 6-week Aging Mastery Program sponsored by the National Council on Aging. This is a very informative series of discussions on topics of interest to seniors presented by local professionals. Lunch included.

May Birthdays

Happy Birthday to all of our May babies listed below.

3rd Janet Fluck
7th Clara Adams
7th Mary Fulghum
9th Howard Kohlstadt
10th Janice White
13th Thomas Reilly
14th Virginia Larsen
15th Florence Bohn
16th Claudia Gray
16th Pat Perks
17th Marilyn Lendvay
18th Thomas Kane

19th John Basler
19th Barbara Ford
25th Joyce Webber
26th Patricia Adamson
26th Gail Helfferich
27th MaryAnn Tessmann
28th Ray Knudson
29th Diane Permanian
30th Marcia Hoffman
31st Chuck Bogda
31st Marie Cruthfield

February Birthdays

Happy Birthday to all of our February babies listed below!

1st – Fred Hisaw                             
1st – MaryLou Wortman-Smith 
5th – Jerry Johnson
6th – Ron Robers
7th – Mary Esposito
8th – Martha Jocius      
8th – Betty Ogden                            
11th – Bernice Stiehr                        
13th – Gerald Leslie

16th – Gail Gillmore
20th – Beverly Chudy
22nd – Georgianna Lambkin
22nd – Bea Walker
24th – Nancy Webster
26th – Gloria Baldeschwiler
26th – Judith Swatek
27th – Ralph Myers

AARP Tax Prep

Call 262-891-3436 now to make an appointment to have your taxes done free of charge at the Center. Appointments available on Thursdays, Feb. 1 to Apr. 12.

New Tai Chi Class

By popular request we will be offering another Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance class on Fridays at 2 p.m. All levels of Tai Chi students are welcome, but please know that we will be focusing on basics and technique in this beginner class.

We are also teaching Tai Chi on Tuesdays at 2 p.m., a new schedule replacing the 3 p.m. class. First class is FREE, then $2 per class.

Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance is a highly successful CDC evidence-based falls prevention and fitness program for women and men. Tai Chi’s calm, gentle movement by design greatly improves physical and mental well-being. Training for teaching this class was given by Yang-style Master instructor Suman Barkhas, a Mongolian Tai Chi Master who directs for Oregon state this low impact exercise that puts minimal stress on muscles and joints.

Experience better balance through enjoyable Tai Chi classes!

New Yoga Class

Yoga for Seniors is a standing and mat yoga class for strength, flexibility, relaxation and well-being. Meeting Thursdays at 11 a.m., this video-led exercise program follows Chair Yoga at 10 a.m. Come for both yoga classes!

Aging Mastery Program

The National Council on Aging sponsors a fun and informative program right here at the Center. The program runs six Saturdays with local experts presenting information and stimulating lively interactive discussions. Lunch is provided.

The next $25 6-week session schedule starts November 4 (skipping Nov. 25, Thanksgiving weekend). Scholarships available.

Call the Center at 1-262-891-3436 to register.
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As Promised: Tai Chi!

We are now teaching Tai Chi on Tuesdays at 2 p.m. AND Fridays for beginners at 2 p.m. First class is FREE, then $2 per class. Experience better balance through enjoyable Tai Chi classes!

Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance is a highly successful CDC evidence-based falls prevention and fitness program for women and men. Tai Chi’s calm, gentle movement by design greatly improves physical and mental well-being. Training for teaching this class was given by Yang-style Master instructor Suman Barkhas, a Mongolian Tai Chi Master who directs for Oregon state this low impact exercise that puts minimal stress on muscles and joints.