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Wilmington Senior Center

1901 N. Market Street


Wilmington, DE 19802
(302) 651-3400
www.wilmingtonseniorcenter.org
info@wilmingtonseniorcenter.org

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A Community for Life!

Wilmington Senior Center

February 2015

Happenings
February is Black History Month...
and is celebrated nationwide to honor the history and
contributions of African Americans. The theme for Black History
Month in 2015 is "A Century of Black Life, History and Culture",
chronicling the important contributions by African-Americans to
art, literature, sports and pop culture. The month also highlights
the importance of the civil rights movement in our country.
Wilmington Senior Center will host a trip to an exhibit of
African American art in Philadelphia to help celebrate
Black History Month see page 3.

Inside this issue


Activities
Calendar ................. 6
New
Trips ...................... 7
February
Birthdays ................ 8
Long Distance
Caregiving ............. 10
Community
Information ............ 11

WILMINGTON SENIOR CENTER


PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

Activities Coordinator
651-3424
Gretchen Broadwater
Pay for trips Tuesday-Friday, 10:00-noon & 1:00-2:00
Cares and Concerns of Members
Irmina Hudson

655-2528

Supportive Services
Grandparent Resource Center
Caregiver Resource Center
Patricia Anderson-Rice

651-3420

$tand By Me 50+
Financial Coaching and Economic CheckUp
Kathleen Andersen
Jenna Fenstermacher

651-3401
651-3427

Employment Services

651-3440

Lafayette Court
Regenia Rochester

651-3429

City Styles Thrift Shop Donations

651-3460

Administration
Sue Getman, Executive Director
Beth Ray, Executive Secretary

651-3460

LUNCH RESERVATIONS
Lunch reservations for all members and staff
must be given to the front desk by 12:30 the day
prior. Once a lunch is ordered you are responsible
for its payment. If you need to cancel after lunch
has been ordered, call right away. We will then
know the meal is available if anyone else wants to
purchase it. If the meal is not sold, you will need
to pay for it. Unsold meals are billed to the Center
at the $4.75 price.

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Meal Reservations
651-3400
Must be made by 12:30 p.m. the day prior to the meal
Cost: $2.00 for 60 and older; $4.75 for under 60
Bus Transportation
651-3400
Must be made by 8:00 a.m. on the day of pickup

TRIP RESERVATIONS
Please sign up and pay for trips/events by the
designated deadline. Your bus seat is guaranteed
only when the fee is paid.
If the minimum number of participants is not met
by the deadline the trip/event will be cancelled
and payment will be returned. A late fee will be
imposed on those not meeting the deadline date
providing the trip/event has a sufficient number
registered.
Current WSC members are placed first on the
Centers 16 passenger bus for day trips. Nonmembers may attend a day trip if there are
unpaid seats after the trips deadline.
Remember to make suggestions for activities!

Please bring small bills to pay for trips and lunches since the receptionists cannot make change
for large bills. (Nothing larger than a $5.00 dollar bill)
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YOU SPOKEWE LISTENED!


You told us in our annual survey that you wanted more and different trips,
so were starting with two new outings in February.

TINSELTOWN TUESDAYS!
Beginning in February, well go to the movies at the Regal
Brandywine Town Center 16
on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, leaving at 11:00 a.m.
for noontime features.
Cost is $6.00 ($5 for movie & $1 for transportation).
Food is on your own.
The first trip is scheduled for Tuesday, February 10th.

CULTURE IN THE BIG CITY!


Join Trip Host Sue Getman for a visit to the
Philadelphia Museum of Art on
Sunday, February 22nd!
11:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Cost is $5.00.

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art


Explore the creative achievements of African American artists and
examine the expression of personal and collective identities
in a nation marked by a history of racial inequality.
Represent: 200 Years of African American Art highlights selections from the
Museums exceptional holdings of African American art. With work by renowned artists,
the exhibition showcases a range of subjects, styles, mediums, and traditions. From
compelling stories to innovative methods, Represent explores the evolving ways in which
African American artists have expressed personal, political, and racial identity. It begins
with rare examples of fine and decorative arts made in the 1800s by free and enslaved
individuals. As access to artistic training and opportunities increased, the relationship
between creative expression and identity grew more complex and nuanced. In the early
twentieth century, artistsembraced modernism by representing personal experiences or
scenes of daily life in vibrant colors and dynamic compositions.
NOTE: This trip will require the ability to walk through long gallery corridors.

WILMINGTON SENIOR CENTER


APPRECIATES:

EXPERT WISDOM

Recent Donors

Be A People Person
The best predictor of longevity is,
surprisingly, your social ties. Every day, reach
out to someone, whether its calling your
neighbor or saying hello to your coffee
barista. Research has found that people who
chat with a friend or a stranger report being
happier.
Reprinted from December 2014
issue of Womans Day magazine.

Laura & Bob Allen


David Baumberger
Alice Butcher
Chichester duPont Foundation
Marie Dash
Sue Getman
Kaitleen Gillis (Premier Design Jewelry)
Irmina Hudson
Ella Huff
Laura Jones
Laffey McHugh Foundation
Lyons Companies
Catherine McCloskey
Catherine Parsells
Nancy Maloney
Port of Wilmington
Cindy Rink Springer
Aloma Thompson
Debra Thompson
Daniel Valentine
Vanguard STAR Fund
Holly Wright
WSFS Bank

Black people have always been Americas


wilderness in search of a promised land.
--Cornel West, Race Matters
Success is to be measured not so much by
the position that one has reached in life as by
the obstacles which he has overcome while
trying to succeed.
--Booker T. Washington
Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave,
I am the dream and the hope of the slave.
I rise I rise I rise.
-- Maya Angelou

Thank you to Gretchen Broadwater and


Marsha Boyce for our Bean Soup lunch in
celebration of National Soup Month.

Yes we can.
--Barack Obama, President of the United States

Donors of pull tabs and eyeglasses


-----------------------------------------------GIVE BIRTHDAY GIFTS TO WSC!
As we get older theres less we need or
want for our birthdays, but our loved ones
like to give us presents. As an alternative,
why not suggest to your family that they
make a donation to Wilmington Senior
Center in your honor? Your birthday will
become an even bigger cause for
celebration!

RUN FOR THE AGES 2015


is scheduled for
Saturday, April 11th.
Mark your calendar NOW!

-----------------------------------------------------NATIONAL HAT DAY WINNERS

Go to www.runfortheages.org
or call 302-651-3460
for more information

Congratulations to Pauline
Alexander, Margaret Brown
and Charles McNeill for winning
the January 15th Hat Day
Contest!

Lets make this years event the


best ever!
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City Fare Menu February 2015 CITY


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

2/2
Broccoli Stuffed Chicken
Southern Potatoes
Gravy
Carrots
Diced Peaches
Wheat Bread

2/3
Meatloaf with
Marinara Mushroom Sauce
Corn
Spinach
Fresh Pear
Wheat Bread

2/4
Turkey & Swiss on
Club Roll
Lettuce, Tomato & Onion
Cream of Mushroom Soup
Orange
Crackers

2/5
Fish Fillet with Cheese
Roasted Potato Wedges
Winter Blend Veggies
Strawberry Banana
Yogurt Sundae with
Chocolate Syrup

2/6
Stuffed Cabbage with
Marinara Sauce
Baked Potato
Hot Applesauce
Split Top Roll
Sour Cream

2/9
Chicken & Dumplings
Green Beans
Sliced Carrots
Tropical Fruit
Blueberry Muf in

***2/10***
Crab Cake with Tartar
Sauce
Corn on the Cobb
Broccoli
Tropical Fruit Mix
Split Top Wheat Roll

2/11
Herbed Baked Chicken
Baked Sweet Potato
Spinach
Diced Pears
Ultimate Grain Bread

2/12
Spinach & Cheese Rollup
Marinara Sauce
Mozzarella & Parmesan
Mixed Salad
Applesauce
Split Top Roll

2/13
Ham & Swiss on
Club Roll
Lettuce, Tomato & Onion
Banana
Cream of Broccoli Soup
Crackers

2/16


Presidents Day
WSC Closed

2/17
Tuna Noodle Casserole
Peas
Carrots
Fresh Pear
Wheat Bread

2/18
BBQ Chicken
Baked Beans
Seasoned Greens
Banana
Mini Corn Muf in

2/19
Beef Burgundy over
Egg Noodles
Key West Veggies
Pineapples with
Whipped Cream
12 Grain Bread

2/20
Hot Turkey over
Wheat Bread with Gravy
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Winter Blend Veggies
Mandarin Oranges
Cranberry Sauce

2/23
Fire Braised Chicken
Stew
Mixed Salad
Peach Cobbler
Ultimate Grain Bread

2/24
Pot Roast Au Jus
Baked Potato
Broccoli Cuts
12 Grain Bread
Orange
Sour Cream

2/25
Chicken Supreme
Mashed Potatoes
Gravy
Peas & Carrots
Banana
Cranberry Sauce

2/26
Herbed Flounder
Macaroni & Cheese
Stewed Tomatoes
Diced Pears
Ultimate Grain Bread

2/27
Salisbury Steak w. Gravy
Roasted Potato Wedges
Brussels Sprouts
Fruit Mix
Wheat Bread

All meals subject to change. All meals contain 1% milk


Meals are ordered according to projected number; over that number, backup meals will be
available.
Suggested minimum donation for persons 60+ is $2.00 People under age 60 must pay $4.75

Saturday Mid Day meals served at St. Anthonys


Sunday Mid Day meals served at St. Anthonys & St. Patricks Senior Centers.
Tuesday & Thursday Evening Meals served at St. Anthonys Senior Center

MONTHLY ACTIVITIES February 2015


Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

2
9:00 AARP Tax Assistance*
9:30 Strength Building
10:30 Wii Bowling
10:30 Board Games

3
9:00 Quilting
11:30 GRC Support Group
1:00 Bingo
3:00 Red Hat Meeting

4
9:30 Strength Building
10:30 Wii Bowling
10:30 Mindful Eating
Presentation*
1:00 In-Place Walking

5
10:15 Chair Exercise
10:45 Bible Study
11:00 Fill-in Puzzles
1:00 Bingo

6
9:45 Hagley Museum*
12:45 Bingo

9
9:00 AARP Tax Assistance*
9:30 Commodity Food Delivery
9:30 Strength Building
10:30 Wii Bowling
10:30 Board Games
1:30 Line Dancing Class

10
9:00 Quilting
11:00 Tinseltown Tuesday* Trip to the
movies
11:30 GRC Support Group
1:00 Bingo

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9:30 Strength Building
10:00 Members Council Mtg.
10:30 Wii Bowling
11:00 Members Meeting
1:00 In-Place Walking

12
10:15 Chair Exercise
10:45 Bible Study
1:00 Bingo
1:30 Caregiver Support
Group*

13
10:00 Tai Chi Class*
12:45 Bingo

16

17
9:00 Quilting
11:30 GRC Support Group (out of building)
1:00 Bingo
4:00 Board of Directors
5:30 GRC-LINKS Program

18
9:30 Strength Building
10:30 Wii Bowling
11:15 Black History Trivia
1:00 In-Place Walking

19
Chinese New Year Year of the Sheep
10:15 Chair Exercise
10:30 Chopsticks*
10:45 Bible Study
1:00 Bingo

20
9:00 East Side Charter
School Students*
12:45 Bingo

24
9:00 Quilting
10:00 Genealogy Basics*
11:30 GRC Support Group
1:00 Bingo

25
9:30 Strength Building
10:30 Wii Bowling
11:15 Birthday Party

26
10:15 Chair Exercise
10:45 Bible Study
1:00 Bingo

27
10:30 Pictionary Team
Game*
12:45 Bingo

WSC is closed today in


honor of Presidents Day

22 - Sunday
11:30 Trip to Philadelphia Art
Museum*
---------------------------------------23
9:00 AARP Tax Assistance*
9:30 Strength Building
10:30 Board Games
10:30 Wii Bowling

Daily:
Word Puzzles, Cards, Dominos
and Games; Exercise and
Computer Rooms open. Pool
table located in Exercise Room.

* See more information


about presentations,
trips and activities on
* See more information
the CHORUS
followingWILL
pages.
MEET
about presentations, trips
and activities on the
following pages.

AGAIN IN THE SPRING

------------------------------14 - Saturday
Valentines Day

ACTIVITIES
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WSC: Experts at Living Well


Gretchen Broadwater, Activities Coordinator (651-3424)

ACTIVITIES & PRESENTATIONS


2, 9, 23 AARP Tax Assistance. Clients must sign up in advance
and bring ID, a copy of their 2013 tax returns and all 2014
paper work (W-2, Social Security card or official Delaware
FEBRUARY TRIPS
ID, dividend & interest statements, etc.) This year all tax
Sign
up at Front Desk!
preparers will be asking for proof of health insurance. For
seniors this is simply showing your Medicare or Medicade
6 Hagley Museum Trip, 10:00.
card. Non-seniors will need to show their health insurance
Our scheduled visit in
card or the letter sent to those purchasing new health
January was cancelled due
insurance through the Healthcare Marketplace.
to weather, so well try
4 Mindful Eating Presentation, 10:30 with Fran Taccone,
again. A visit to the Hagley
from City Fare. This is a program helping us to be more
residence and grounds is
aware of our eating habits, the sensations you experience
free of charge and
when you eat, and the thoughts and emotions that you
transportation is just $2.00.
have about food. Its more about how you eat than what
Sign up quickly!
you eat.
13 Tai Chi Class, 10:00. Presented by Cancer Support
10 Tinseltown Tuesday Trip to
Community.
the Movies, 11:00. Starting
16 Presidents Day - WSC Closed
in February well go monthly
19 Chopsticks Use, 10:30. Today begins the Chinese New
to the Regal Brandywine
Year - Year of the Sheep. Lets try our skill of using
Town Center Theater for a
chopsticks. Well provide the chopsticks and rice and
movie that starts around
maybe a prize!
noon (film and time will be
20 East Side Charter School Students Visit, 9:00-11:30 The
chosen when schedule is
students will join us for a day of community service. They
available each month). Cost
will be helping with the morning coffee, sharing news
is $5.00 for the movie and
about their school and playing games. Come to interact
$1.00 for the bus. Food on
with them.
your own.
24 Genealogy Basics, 10:00. Introduction to the basics of
genealogy will be held. Learn how and where to start
22 Sunday Trip to Philadelphia
collecting information on your family history. Anybody can
Art Museum, 11:30 a.m.
do this!
Hosted by Sue Getman, the
27 Pictionary, 10:30. Form a team of 4 players to compete
group will visit the exhibit
other member teams in the challenge. No real drawing
Represent: 200 Years of
skills needed - just a good sense of humor.
African American Art (and
other galleries as time
SNEAK PEEK
permits). We will leave the
March
museum at 3:30. Cost:
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 - AARP Tax Assistance
$5.00 (weekday tickets cost
4 Nutrition Support Program
$18.00 for seniors, so this
10 Genealogy Basics
trip is a bargain!)
20 AARP Defensive Driving Basic Course
April
11 Run for the Ages

WOULD YOU LIKE TO


HOST A TRIP?

May
11 Membership Council trip to Harrington

See Gretchen Broadwater or


Sue Getman with your ideas!

AARP Defensive Driving Classes


March 20 - 6 hour Basic Course
May 11 - 4 hour Refresher Course
September 14 - 4 hour Refresher Course
November 9 - 4 hours Refresher Course
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FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS
FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY INVITATION
2 Ernest Cornish, Reba Thomas
3 Geraldine Dawkins
5 Carl Brooks, Teresa Larkin, Carolyn Smoke
6 Barbara Brown
10 Nellie Childs, Blanche Green, Linda Hall
11 Lucy Cung, Bill Getman, Jacquelyn Walker
12 Don Berhguis, Caroline Congo, Iola Seagers
14 Mary Bolden, Rose Shockley
18 Ceanne Sewell
19 Dorothy Baker
20 Faith Thompson, Hazel Tolbert
21 Mattie McBee
22 Claudette Carr, Edwin Owens
23 Karen Graves, Linwood Irons
25 Lamotte Allen, Bernice Johnson, Guizelous Molock
28 Regenia Rochester, Pearline Waller
If your birthday is this month, please join us at the monthly
birthday celebration on February 25 at 11:15 a.m.-2:00. Lunch is
free for members (not for staff-unless also a paid member)
who are celebrating their birthdays this month.
Please call 651-3400 to make a reservation by Wednesday,
February 18 so well have enough meals. You must call because
you wont be automatically included in our lunch count. (City
Fare sends birthday cake only for those who have ordered
lunch.)
MORNING COFFEE
Coffee for members is provided by City Fare and we ask that you
limit it to two cups each. Other items such as bread, muffins,
coffee cake, butter, jelly, cream cheese, etc. are not provided by
either the Center or City Fare. Those items are sometimes
available from donations by members. If you enjoy having a
morning snack, you might consider bringing an item to share.
Please remember that Marshas priority each morning is
organizing the kitchen for delivery of home-bound meals and the
Centers noon meal; not putting out snack items.
COLLECTING SPECIAL ITEMS
Thank you for your continued support of donating recycled
eyeglasses and hearing aids for the Lions Club and soda can tabs
for Ronald McDonald House. Please leave them with Gretchen.

WELCOME TO
OUR NEW MEMBERS:
Antoinette Ibrahim
Barbara Samuels
Jurine Thomas
FYI: LUNCH COST
Lunch cost for those
under the age of 60 is
now $4.75.
VOLUNTEER
INFORMATION
If you are interested in
volunteering with us at
Wilmington Senior
Center, please complete
a volunteer application
and submit it
at our Front Desk.
FRANKLIN MINT
FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION
If you are a member or
employee of Wilmington
Senior Center,
you are eligible to
become a member of
the Franklin Mint Federal
Credit Union.
Contact Beth Ray
at 651-3460
for more information.
SUGGESTION BOX
If you have ideas for
programs, activities or
changes,
please write a note and
put it in the lobby
suggestion box.
PROGRAM IDEAS?
See Sue Getman!

With the New Year here, consider setting goals to promote health and wealth! They say
health is the first wealth and staying healthy can help avoid additional costs. Medicare and
other insurances take care of most, but, not all healthcare costs. Vision, hearing, and
dental work are often left for you to cover out of pocket. Addressing those costs early can
help avoid other expensive conditions.
One resource that can help you stay on top of vision, hearing, and dental needs is Nemours
Senior Care. This program offers a wide range of services including full and partial
dentures, hearing aids, phone amplifiers, eye exams, glasses, glasses repair, and more for
low or no-cost for low income Delawareans 65 years of age and older.
The maximum annual income to be eligible for their services is:
Single = $19,100
Married = $29,400 (regardless of spousal eligibility)

If you meet these requirements (are 65 or older, live in Delaware, and have income of less
than the amounts above), call today to schedule an appointment to address your hearing,
vision, or dental needs.
For more resources for these or other needs, call a financial coach at 302-651-3427. A
coach can help you find options to address your health needs while on a budget.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Need help with budgeting and saving? Want a free economic checkup?
See Kathleen or Jenna of $tand By Me 50+
or call them at 651-3401 or 651-3427.

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
City Styles Thrift Shop will no longer accept donations of any televisions.
YOU CAN TAKE YOUR TV TO:

Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA)


Contact: www.dswa.com

Delaware Recycling Center

1101 Lambsons Lane


New Castle, DE
Electronics are accepted every Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

CAREGIVERS CORNER
LONG DISTANCE CAREGIVING
(National Institute on Aging)
Second of two parts (continued from last month)
Anyone, anywhere, can be a long-distance caregiver, no matter your
gender, income, age, social status, or employment. If you are living
an hour or more away from a person who needs your help, youre
probably a long-distance caregiver. The article below is a continuation
of the January 2015 Caregivers Corner published in Happenings.
How can I be most helpful when I visit the care recipient?
Talk to the care recipient ahead of time and find out what he or she
would like to do during your visit. Also check with the primary
caregiver, if appropriate, to learn what he or she needs, such as
handling some caregiving responsibilities while you are in town. This
may help you set clear-cut and realistic goals for the visit. Decide on
the priorities and leave other tasks to another visit.

Support for
Caregivers...
is available from our
Caregiver Resource
Center, call 651-3420 for
more information.
Caregiver
Support Group
meets the 2nd Thursday
of each month at 1:30
p.m.
Grandparent
Support Group
meets Tuesdays from
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Remember to actually spend time visiting with your family member. Try
Funding for the
to make time to do things unrelated to being a caregiver, like watching
Caregiver
a movie, playing a game, or taking a drive. Finding time to do
Resource Center
something simple and relaxing can help everyoneit can be fun and
build family memories. And, try to let outside distractions wait until you comes from the Division
are home again.
of Services for Aging and
How can I stay connected from far away?
Try to find people who live near your loved one and can provide a
realistic view of what is going on. This may be your other parent. A
social worker may be able to provide updates and help with making
decisions. Many families schedule conference calls with doctors, the
assisted living facility team, or nursing home staff so several relatives
can be in one conversation and get the same up-to-date information
about health and progress.

Adults with Physical


Disabilities
as a result of the
National Family Caregiver
Support Program, Title
III-E of the Older
Americans Act.

Dont underestimate the value of a phone and email contact list. It is a


simple way to keep everyone updated on your parents needs.
You may also want to give the person you care for a cell phone (and
make sure he or she knows how to use it). Or, if your family member
lives in a nursing home, consider having a private phone line installed
in his or her room. Program telephone numbers of doctors, friends,
family members, and yourself into the phone, and perhaps provide a
list of the speed-dial numbers to keep with the phone. Such simple
strategies can be a lifeline. But try to be prepared should you find
yourself inundated with calls from your parent.

Special Caregiver
Meeting on
February 12th
At the February 12th
Caregiver Support Group
Where can I find local resources for my family member?
Searching online is a good way to start collecting resources. Here are a meeting well talk about
few potentially helpful places to look:
plans for 2015 to make
Eldercare Locator, 1-800-677-1116 (toll-free)
our meetings more
National Institute on Aging website (http://www.nia.nih.gov/)
helpful. We need your
Family Care Navigator
input, so please come!

Government website for state in which your loved one lives


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COMMUNITY INFORMATION
Food Distribution at Shiloh Baptist Church
If you or someone you know needs food, please visit Shiloh Baptist Church
at 215 W. 23rd Street on the second Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m.
For more information please contact Shiloh Baptist Church at 655-5315.
ContactLifeline - Crisis Text Line
Support is at your fingertips - access free, 24/7
Emotional support and information
Text CLL to 741741, 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. to reach listeners
Other available 24/7 at www.crisistextline.org
1. A person texts into CTL anywhere, anytime.
2. A live, trained specialist received the text and responds quickly.
3. The specialist helps the person stay safe and healthy with effective, secure
counseling and/or referrals.
Hotline: 1-800-262-9800 Main: 302-761-9800
P.O. Box 9525, Wilmington, DE 19809
www.contactlifeline.org
Black History Month Event
Did you know... African-Americans are twice as likely as their whites counterparts to have
Alzheimer's or another dementia and less likely to have a diagnosis?
February is Black History Month. During February, and throughout the year, the Alzheimer's
Association Delaware Valley Chapter is committed to raising awareness about Alzheimer's
disease within the African-American community and other diverse populations. Join us for
this Alzheimer's Black History Month event.
Saturday, February 28, 2015 - 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM panel presentation
Canaan Baptist Church of New Castle, Rev. Dr. Christopher Alan Bullock, Pastor
3011 New Castle Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19720
Continental breakfast; free, but registration is required
For more information and to register today, call 800.272.3900 or email
Sharon.Jarnette@alz.org.
2015 MyFree Taxes Program
$tand By Me is proud to bring MyFreeTaxes, a user-friendly, web-based tax software free of
charge to taxpayers with a household income at or below $60,000. Go to
www.myfreetaxesde.com. You can file both state and federal taxes.

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ATTENTION

ATTENTION

Bingo Party
Saturday, March 7, 2015
12:00-3:00 p.m.
Donation: $5.00
must purchase tickets in advance
Contact any member of the
WSC Members Council
sponsored by Wilmington Senior Centers
Membership Council

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