LECTURES FOR THE CURIOUS
WEDNESDAY MARCH 20TH 1:00 PM
LEARN ABOUT CapTel – A FREE service that gives those hard of hearing the ability to communicate on the telephone. Speaker: SUSAN KIRK
TUESDAY MARCH 26TH 1:00 pm
The Benefits of Using MCMC’s MyChart Speaker. KAREN JONES
AARP Tax Aide is on Fridays from 2:00 - 6:00 and Saturdays from 9:00 - 1:00.
BINGO EVERY THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS.
Doors open at 4:00 and games start at 6:00. New players encouraged to arrive by 5:30. Average payout is over $1300 each night. Minimum buy-in is $10.
Aging Well June 2
For the next two Tuesdays at 11:00 you will get a chance to ask those in the know of two of our local governments that common question, "What in the heck were you thinking?" On Tuesday June 9th, Dan Ericksen the Wasco County Judge will be discussing the challenges and opportunities facing county government from taxes to home rule and everything in between. And on the 16th, the city will be on the griddle with Nolan Young City Manger answering your questions concerning city priorities, annexations and whether The Dalles residents can learn to drive in a circle. Share your thoughts while learning more about how your county and city governments work.
Tonight the Center is welcoming John and Debbie Martin and Friends playing Country Western music. Then we will return to the “tried and true” with Truman Boler on the 9th followed by the Sugar Daddies on the 16th. Check out why both Truman and the Sugar Daddies have such loyal followings. On the 23rd the Jazz Generations will offer a change of pace, playing the Big Band sounds. And on the special fifth Tuesday of the month the Center will be welcoming back the always popular Dufur Boys from Dufur. And to add the cherry on top of June, the Jammers will be playing on the fourth Sunday from 2:00 - 5:00. Make sure you get this all down so you won't miss any of the fine entertainment. Music and dancing starts at 7:00 and don't forget: AFBDGA (Admission's Free But Donations Gladly Accepted).
Sometimes when your kids come back home there are situations when you ask, “Did I do something wrong? Was I a poor father?” Those questions came to me last week when my 25 year old son, stuck in Hood River, called to ask, “How do you jump the car battery?” I have to admit he has been very frugal (being Scottish we prefer frugal instead of cheap) and for the last six years has survived without a car using public transportation, Zipcars and friends. But still, how did I fail in instructing him in this rudimentary aspect of every young man’s life? After I gave him instructions over the phone, he successfully started the car. And later that night he shared his appreciation by telling me, “That’s why we keep the older generation around, because they know things.” You’re darn right. And more than you think.
Quick reminder: The Foster Grandparent Informational Meeting will be held at the Center, this Wednesday the 3rd at 11:00. Learn more about how you can make a difference. And for more information you can check my blog at www.midcolumbiaseniorcenter.com.
That’s it. How time flies. Until we meet again, as my father always said, “Tomorrow is another day!”
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