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1 Live Your Best Life September Newsletter // 830 E. Hansen // // Upcoming! SEPTEMBER 3 Senior Center Closed for Labor Day SEPTEMBER 8 Old Bill s Fun Run on the Town Square SEPTEMBER 19 Evening at the Bar J Chuckwagon SEPTEMBER 26 Scenic Float Trip SEPTEMBER 26 Dinner with a Doc Dinner with a Doc - September 26 Let s talk healthy joints! Join Nola Peacock, PT, DSc for a discussion covering how to protect your joints, what you can recover from and when you need to see a provider. Nola Peacock, a physical therapist, a Board certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, and Wellness Specialist at St. John s Medical Center, received her Doctor of Science in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University. She has published research in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy and has authored a chapter in Women s Health in Physical Therapy. Dinner with a Doc - September 26th., 6:00 PM at the Senior Center. Please sign up in advance. Dinner for seniors is compliments of St. John s Hospital Foundation, Non- Seniors are $8. Sign Up for an Art Class! Our Mission The mission of the Senior Center of Jackson Hole is to provide a range of services to support and enhance the lives of senior citizens and assist them to remain independent as long as possible. In partnership with the Art Association, we are happy to offer two more great classes! Mixed Media: Mondays, September 10th-October 8th, 10am-11am at the Senior Center, suggested contribution: $20 to the Senior Center. Hand Building Clay: Mondays, October 1st-October 15th, 10am- 11:30am at the Art Association Multi-Purpose Studio, suggested contributuion: $5 to the Sr. Ctr. As you sign up, be mindful that there have been waitlists for the art classes we have recently offered. If you have participated in a class, please place yourself on the waitlist to ensure others can have a chance to take a class.

2 Welcome Letter With more seniors using our building for exercise, meals and games it is sometimes difficult to find a parking spot. I encourage you to car pool, ride bikes and use the Senior Center bus or the START bus, but now we have another option! Our neighbors, Cedar Creek Apartments, have agreed to allow Senior Center guests to park in MONETARY DONATIONS Odd Fellow s Lodge #8 Robert P Volz Michael Daus Margaret & Lou Hochheiser Andrew Watson Cecilia & Frank Bellinghiere Betsy & Pete Forster Rhea Lewis Cathie Evans Becky Murphy Judy Adams Becky & Ted Kimmel Irene & Alan Lund Jean & Dick Ferguson Ann Mansfield Doris Bystrom Edna Good Ann Williams & Robert Laganza Shirley & Wes Timmerman Thank everyone who has already donated towards new flooring for the activities room! We hope to be able Giving Back to raise the rest of the needed funds this month. Please see Becky or Rebecca if you have any questions. MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS Carol Roth Rawson Langlois David Clauss Thank you to all who purchased 4-H animals at the Teton County Fair Livestock Auction for the Senior Center! Your generosity will help us provide affordable meals at the Center and through Meals on Wheels for the next year. Beef: Jackson Lumber, Bank of Jackson Hole, Alecia & Thomas Davis, Bar J Chuckwagon, Intermountain Roofing, Bob Shervin, Teton Aquatics the spots bordering the Senior Center on weekdays from 9am-4:30pm. We have placed signs to mark the area. Please only use these spots during the specified days and times. Thank you, Cedar Creek for being a good neighbor and providing a solution to our parking challenge! -Becky Zaist, Executive Director Swine: Rocky Mountain Bank, Big R Home Ranch, Jennifer & Sam Clark, Tammy Henry, Weber Drilling Lamb: Albertsons, Jackson Lumber, Intermountain Roofing, Wilkinson CPA & Friends, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort MEMORIAL DONATIONS Connie VonGontard Doris Budge Barb & Bob Shervin Donald Brewer Doris Budge Lindi Houk Barbara & Craig Tilghman Reid Jackson Barb & Bob Shervin Myra Varley Barb & Bob Shervin Consider leaving a gift to the Senior Center in your will. Your good deed will survive you and provide a memorial for your family and for generations to come. STAFF Becky Zaist Executive Director Rebecca Erskine Assistant Director Hannah Sell Activities/Volunteers Jenny Ryan Bookkeeper Kathy Harvey Bus Driver Liz Jacobson Data Manager HOME CARE Erin Crow Home Care Manager Carina Barker, Judy Bayse RN, Dori Cote, Kristine Dyke, Chris Encinas, Margaret Harris, Jack Herman, MaryLynn Hewitt, Judy Johnson, Lynn Karl, Janette Miller, Mary Obringer, Reyna Perez, Gail Perrone, Sharon Stearns, Jo Warden, Laurie Watsabaugh KITCHEN Amando Perfecto Head Chef Alejandra Padilla Assistant Cook Miguel Velazco Dishwasher BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bob Shervin President Dave Auge Vice President Sheila Sandubrae Davis Secretary Rick Stuck Treasurer Jean Day, Becky Kimmel, John A Turner, Lou Hochheiser, Ron Stevens

3 Happy Birthday September! 1 Anne Everett Roni Grasseler Mary Springer Mary Strommer Cheri Witz 2 Sally Johnson Wayne Medlin Mary Beth Riemondy Kathy Teare Mary Walker Annie Wenger 3 Carol Black Patty Ewing Denny Holton Pete Lang Happy Weston 4 Julie Alexander Carla Johnson Paula Jorgenson Bonnie Voorhees 5 Bob Culver Colleen Dubbe Lynnie Hollbacher Marge Ordway Paul Zscheile 6 Steve Barrett 7 Carol Connors Joan Daddario Sara Lilley Irene Mellion 8 Bette Caesar Norm Evarts Jean Johnson Jo Nelson Kathy Shidner Judy Smith 9 Afton Jones Bert Steece 10 Cathy Nutter 11 Alix Doherty Carol Francis Thomas Grisell Doug Kennedy Jay Pieper 12 Maria Lennon Nance Parriott Gudrun Rice 13 Wendy Baylor Jamee Cochary Ann DiTommaso Earleen Horn 14 Venti Joosten Shelley Rubrecht 15 Mandie Bellorado Marce Bullock Kris Giger 16 Kay Boda Jim Little Terry Nuttle 17 Janet Anderson Carol Chase Joe Cioffi Annie Newcomb Vincent Pacent 18 Rita Rucks 19 Harry Baxter Debbie Cotton John Hanlon Mary Lee Mahlerwein 20 Glorya Johnson Livvy Meigs Larry Van Genderen 21 David Auge Penny Dykes Joe Giovanini 22 Jean Ferguson Daniel Humphrey Regina Schultz Bruce Stevens 23 Ronnie Henson Deb LaPointe Lokey Lytjen Robin Smith 24 Miriam Lenz Janice O Kelley Penny Singer Ty Young 25 Jim Green Gwen Hansen Marie McCormack Dennis Pagliaro Susie Palmer 26 Patti Berlin Mary Louise Breitenbach Rena Guest Maury Jones Phil Pearce 27 Ruth Happersett Gary Poulson 28 David Dewald Lynn Finkel Joy Watson Michael West 29 Frank Hess Dorothy Hester Bob Nelson Gap Pucci Gerry Schultz Marj Swansen Carol West Birthday Lunch: September 28 September birthdays will enjoy lunch compliments of First Interstate Bank. DID WE MISS YOUR BIRTHDAY? If your annual Senior Center membership has expired, you will not see your birthday listed. Please stop by the front desk.

4 September 2018 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 **Dinner with the Doc Happening 6 pm Green Bean Salad Orange Glazed Chicken Herbed Potato Bake Peas & Carrots Poppy Seed Muffin Chilled Pineapple Lunch is served 12:00 1:00 Suggested Contigution for seniors: $4 Price for non-seniors: $8 Menu subject to change. 2 3 Closed for Labor Day 4 Chunky Applesauce Cabbage Roll Casserole Whole Wheat Bread Pacific Blend Chocolate Cupcake 5 Green Salad Savory Baked Chicken Mashed Potatoes, Gravy Seasoned Zucchini Mandarin Oranges Peanut Butter Cookies 6 Creamy Coleslaw Fish & Chips Balsamic Glazed Green Beans Pineapple Chunks Tapioca Pudding 7 Friday Feast Tortilla Soup Soft Shell Tacos Onion, Salsa Mexicali Corn Fudge Brownie Fresh Fruit Jean s Salad Baked Pork Chop Corn Bread Stuffing Mushroom Gravy Scandinavian Herbed Roll Fruit Cup 11 KFC Style Coleslaw Lamb Kabobs Veggies Steamed Rice WW Bread Ice Cream with Strawberries 12 Vegetable Soup Cheesy Beef Sandwich Roasted Brussels Sprouts Lynne s Onion Roasted Potatoes Peach & Berry Crisp 13 Apricots Meatloaf, Gravy Cauliflower Mac ncheese Pineapple Upside-Down Cake 14 V-8 Juice Western Egg Bake Sausage Links Hash Browns Boston Brown Bread Fruit Cup Lettuce & Tomato Salad Beef Fajitas Flour Tortilla Ranch Style Beans Peaches in Orange Sauce Oatmeal Raisin Cookie 18 Macaroni & Cheese Baked Fish Spinach Stewed Tomatoes Whole Wheat Bread Apple 19 Potato Leek Soup BBQ Pork Sandwich Harvest Blend Melon Molasses Cookie 20 Tossed Salad Parmesan Chicken Angel Hair Pasta Italian Chocolate Chip Cookie Chilled Apricots 21 Friday Feast Broccoli Craisin Salad Roast Beef, Gravy Baked Potato Garden Blend Cherry Crisp Tomato Soup Grilled Cheese Deli Salad Melon Cup Ice Cream Sundae Bar Tossed Green Salad Swiss Steak, Tomato Sauce Baked Potato Broccoli Wheat Roll Banana Split Dessert 26 Garden Bounty Salad Chili Mozzarella Cheese Stick Corn Bread, Fruit **Dinner with a Doc Happening at 6 pm 27 Honey Mustard Slaw Fish Florentine Wild Rice Pilaf Glazed Carrots Strawberry Shortcake 28 Birthday Lunch Carrot & Celery Tray Roast Pork Whipped Potatoes Steamed Cabbage Applesauce Yellow Cake & Cherry Topping 29

5 September 2018 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 Please visit: seniorcenterjh.org for descriptions and updates. 2 3 **Arrangments should be made beforehand Contract Bridge call Duplicate Bridge: call Senior Center.com Closed for Labor Day *Idicates a suggested contribution for activity: Fitness Classes: $4 for seniors Price for non-seniors is $7 4 9:00 *Pilates 10:00 2 nd Act 10:30 *Yoga 10:30 Wii Bowling 12:45 Pinochle 5 9:00 *Yoga for Strength 11:30 BP Check 1:00 **Contract Bridge 1:00 Bingo 6 9:00 *Funct. Mvmt. Fit. 10:30 *Tai Chi 10:30 *Restorative Yoga 11:30 Medicare Asst. 12:30 **Dupl. Bridge 1:00 Mahjong 7 Friday Feast 12:00 Photo ID with the Historical Society 1:00 Pet Partners Visit 8 10:00 Old Bill s Fun Run! 9 10 Chair Massage: AM 10:00 Coffee Hour 10:00 **Art Class 12:45 Bible Study 1:00 *Power Up 4:00 **Dupl. Bridge Chair Massage: AM 10:00 Coffee Hour 10:00 **Art Class 12:45 Bible Study 1:00 *Power Up 4:00 **Dupl. Bridge Chair Massage: AM 10:00 Coffee Hour 10:00 **Art Class 12:45 Bible Study 30 1:00 *Power Up 4:00 **Dupl. Bridge 11 9:00 *Pilates 10:30 *Yoga 10:30 Wii Bowling 12:45 Pinochle 18 9:00 *Pilates 9:00 *Zumba 10:00 2 nd Act 10:30 *Yoga 10:30 Wii Bowling 12:45 Pinochle 25 9:00 *Pilates 9:00 *Zumba 10:30 *Yoga 10:30 Wii Bowling 12:45 Pinochle 12 9:00 *Yoga for Strength 11:30 BP Check 12:45 Board Meeting 1:00 **Contract Bridge 1:00 Bingo 4:00 Age Friendly JH 19 9:00 *Yoga for Strength 11:30 BP Check 11:30 Medicare Asst. 12:00 Geologists of JH 1:00 **Contract Bridge 1:00 Bingo 6:30 Evening at the Bar J 26 9:00 *Yoga for Strength 10:00 **Scenic Float Trip 11:30 BP Check 1:00 **Contract Bridge 1:00 Bingo 6:00 **Dinner with a Doc 13 9:00 *Funct. Mvmt. Fit. 9:00 **Stability Yoga Workshop 10:30 *Tai Chi 10:30 *Restorative Yoga 12:30 **Dupl. Bridge 1:00 Mahjong 20 9:00 *Funct. Mvmt. Fit. 10:30 *Tai Chi 10:30 *Restorative Yoga 12:30 **Dupl. Bridge 1:00 Mahjong 27 9:00 *Funct. Mvmt. Fit. 10:30 *Tai Chi 10:30 *Restorative Yoga 12:30 **Dupl. Bridge 1:00 Mahjong 14 1:00 Pet Partners Visit 21 Friday Feast 12:30 **Podiatrist by appointment 1:00 Pet Partners Visit 28 1:00 Pet Partners Visit

6 Home Care Old Bill s Fun Run Did you know that we have a total of 12 Certified Nursing Assistant (CNAs) that are part of our home care team at the Senior Center? To become a CNA you must complete 120 hours of classroom and clinical-based training.and you must pass a written competency examination and skills test. In addition, every two years, CNAs complete 24 hours of continuing education units along with in-service training that the Senior Center provides. CNAs are trained on items such as taking vital signs infection control First Aid CPR documentation safe transferring techniques aging process range of motion providing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and grooming Having this level of training is a huge asset to our Home Care Team as it brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and professionalism to our program. I am delighted to be working with this fantastic team! -Erin Crow Home Care Manager Old Bill s Fun Run is our most important fundraiser of the year! Please help ensure the continuation of senior services by making a donation through Old Bill s. Old Bill s giving period continues through Sept. 14th with the Fun Run event on Sat. Sept. 8th. Talk to Rebecca, Asst. Director, if you are interested in representing the Senior Center on run day! Volunteer Spotlight Many of you know Carol Black from the lunch desk on Fridays! Did you know she has volunteered for 18 years with the Senior Center?! She has served in a variety of roles: Meals on Wheels Volunteer, Board Member, Desk Volunteer, and Special Event Volunteer. Carol moved here in 1970 and her first job here was as a hostess at the Wort Hotel. She loved working there and talking to people. In her younger years, Carol performed dances on roller skates! Ask her about it and she will tell you about the bronze metal, bronze bar, and rhinestone roller skates that she won!! Thank you Carol for all your hard work! Technology Tutor Appointments DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR DEVICE? Contact Hannah, Activities & Volunteer Coordinator, to sign up for a one-on-one appointment to answer your questions about your phone, tablet, laptop or other electronic devices.

7 September Health Focus Benefits of Autumn There is a new crispness in the air that means Autumn is coming, and with it the delicious Fall vegetables. Pumpkin, squash and zucchini will be taking over the Farmer s Markets around town. Not only are these veggies delicious but they pack a lot of vitamins and nutrients. Zucchini are rich in copper and manganese which support our tissues and bones. In addition zucchini is loaded with vitamin C, magnesium, fiber, phosphorus, potassium, folate, vitamins B1, B3, and B6, vitamin K, and trace amounts of zinc, calcium, vitamin B2, iron, and choline. In fact, many vegetarians eat zucchini instead of drinking milk. Squash is also a powerhouse vegetable. It offers the same nutrients as the zucchini and is also very rich in dietary fiber. Dietary fiber helps regulate blood sugar making it a healthy food for folks with Diabetes. Last but not least, the pumpkin. This nutritious Fall favorite is not just for Halloween and pie. The pumpkin and the seeds are full of vitamins and nutrients. The pumpkin is also one of the best sources of beta-carotene which a powerful antioxidant. Eating foods rich in beta-carotene offers protection against heart disease and asthma. It also delays aging and body degeneration. Pumpkin Soup with Almond & Sage 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 3 Sage leaves 1 onion chopped ¾ cup unsalted roasted blanched almonds 1 tablespoon flour 3 cups unsalted Chicken stock 2 cups pumpkin puree or 1 15oz can 100% pumpkin (the Mayo clinic says both fresh pumpkin and canned pumpkin are packed with nutrients) ¾ teaspoon kosher salt 1/8 teaspoon ground red pepper 2 tablespoons chopped chives for garnish Place butter, sage, and onion in a large saucepan or Dutch oven over mediumhigh. Cover and cook 7 to 8 minutes or until onion is lightly browned, stirring occasionally. Coarsely chop 1/4 cup almonds; set aside. Whisk together flour and 1/4 cup stock. Add remaining 1/2 cup almonds, flour mixture, remaining 2 3/4 cups stock, pumpkin, salt, and pepper to onion mixture. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer 5 minutes, stirring occasionally to keep pumpkin mixture from sticking to bottom of pan. Place pumpkin mixture in a blender; remove center piece of blender lid (to allow steam to escape). Secure lid on blender. Place a clean towel over opening in lid. Process until smooth. Ladle soup into bowls; sprinkle with reserved 1/4 cup chopped almonds and chives. Nutritional Information: Serving size 1 2/3 cup with 1 tablespoon of almonds. Calories 288, Fat 19.8 g, Protein 11 g, Carbohydrate 22 g, Fiber 7 g, Cholesterol 15 mg, Iron 3 mg Sodium 467 mg, Calcium 116 mg, Sugars 8 g **The health articles in this newsletter are intended for information only. They should not be considered as medical advice about your personal health. This should be obtained from your doctor.

8 Don t Miss: Annual Evening at the Bar J Chuckwagon SEPTEMBER 19TH, GATES OPEN AT 5:30, DINNER AT 7:00 Come out for a fun night of good food and entertainment at the Bar J! Transportation from the Senior Center is available to Snake River Float Trip SEPTEMBER 26TH, LEAVE SR CTR AT 9:30, TRIP DEPARTS AT 10:00 Join the Senior Center and Dave Hansen Whitewater for a scenic float from Wilson to South Park. Please sign up in advance, space is limited. those who need it. Discounts available when you sign up. Payment due at time of registration. Cost is $12 per person and will include a bagged lunch. Payment due to the Senior Center by September 24th. Services DINING PROGRAMS at the Senior Center and Meals on Wheels FITNESS & WELLNESS ACTIVITIES HOME CARE TRANSPORTATION Hours MONDAY THURSDAY 8:00 AM 4:30 PM FRIDAY 8:00 AM 3:00 PM SAT. EXERCISE HOURS: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM CLOSED SEPTEMBER 3 Non-Profit Org US Postage Paid PERMIT #13 Jackson, WY P.O. Box 4677 Jackson, WY E Hansen (307) Return Service Requested Live Your Best Life September Newsletter 2018