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March 2010

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C OPPERTOWN S COOP
Magna Kennecott Senior Center/8952 West 2700 South/Magna, Utah 84044/(801) 250-0692 “TTY users call 711”/mdodge@slco.org

Scheduled Events: Your Magna Staff:

1 - 5 “International Week” come have fun and get a special lunch Marianne Hales, Director
representing a different country each day! Matthew Dodge, CPA
Entertainment 11 am Tuesday & Thursday.
1 - 5 “Silent Auction” all week on items in Center that we are not taking to Robyn Brown, Off. Specialist
the new Center, and bid announcement will be on Friday the 5th.
Donna Coates, Meal Aide
10 “Wii Bowling Tournament at River’s Bend Senior Center at 9 am.
13 “Healthy Magna” Kick off Saturday at Matheson Jr. High 6 pm Mary Ann Cockrell, Kitchen
15 Free Tax Help from AARP 12:30—4 PM. Sign up for a time.
18 Trip to Humanitarian Center to make kits - van will leave around 1:45 pm. Karen Pike, Art Instructor
Ruth Truesdell, Driver
Le Bethers, Driver
Michael Dusserre,
Tai Chi Instructor
Ed Ortega, Janitorial
Above is the tile mural inside the new
center! To the right is the stained glass
window on the new center’s east side of Coming Next Month:
the building.
• April 6th “Driver Safety”
Class - cost $14.00 or
Visit our Blog at www.magnaseniors.blogspot.com we have lots of $12.00 if you have AARP.
pictures and information as well as our newsletter there. Class will be from 9 am to
noon.
Directors Corner: The countdown is still on for moving to the new build- • April 8th Hearing Loss
ing. The workers are in fast forward mode and things Presentation 11 am.
are really coming along. Stay tuned for more details about the exact moving • April 8th trip to Humani-
time and our grand opening festivities. What can you do to help? Spread the tarian Center.
word to everyone you know or meet about what we do at the Magna Senior • April 15th Balance, PVD,
Center and how it improves your life. Invite people you know who are 60 and Vision Screening, 9 to
and older to come and join us or at least check it out. noon.
We obviously are going to have a lot more space and resources to be able to
• April 15th Diabetic Sup-
offer new and different classes and activities. If you have any ideas of what
port Group, 10:30 am.
classes you would like to see offered please let us know. We are so excited to • April 27th Volunteer Rec-
be able to provide a wider variety of activities to help make all of your lives ognition 11 am & Spring
more fulfilled, happy and productive. Our mission is to provide opportuni- Buffet at noon.
ties to improve your talents, enrich your minds, develop meaningful friend-
• April 28th “Senior Idol
ships, give service in the community and help maintain physical health
Competition at Harmon
through good nutrition and exercise. We look forward to doing just that!!
Senior Center 1 pm.
Marianne Hales
March 2010
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1 SPANISH DAY! 2 SWISS DAY! 3 CUBAN DAY! 4 IRISH DAY! 5 GREEK DAY!

“WEAR GREEN DAY” Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am


Hearing Aid Testing &
Quilting 10 am—11:45 am Cards 9 am & 1 pm Pinochle 9 am Wii Fit 9am
Cleaning 9 am - Noon
Lawyer 10 am - 12 pm Wii Bowling 9 am Mexican Dominos 10 am Mexican Dominos 10 am
Art Class -
Enhance Fitness -10 am Advisory Council 10 am Enhance Fitness 10 am Scrabble 10 am
“Watercolors”
Entertainment - Blood Pressure Clinic Entertainment - Haircuts 10:30 am - 12 pm
9:30 am
“Swiss Choir 11 am 11:30 am “Magna Tones & Exercise Bands 10:30 am
Bridge 10 am
Choir Practice 12:30 pm Bingo 12:30 pm Other Seniors 11 am Bingo 12:30 pm
Tai Chi Exercise 10:30 am
Paramedics 12:30 am
Bingo 12:30 pm
Movie - “Heidi” 2 pm Movie - “Weekend in Movie - “The Quiet Man”
Havana” 2 pm 1 pm Movie - “My Big Fat
Movie - “Three Amigos”
Greek Wedding” 2 pm
2 pm
SILENT AUCTION ALL WEEK 1st - 5th for things the Center will not be taking to the new Center winning bids on FRIDAY!
International Week - lots of fun ! Lunch from different countries.
Get your passport stamped every day & be eligible for a prize on Friday!
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Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am
Art Class 9:30 am Quilting 10 am—11:45 am Cards 9 am & 1 pm Pinochle 9 am Wii Fit 9 am
Bridge 10 am Enhance Fitness -10 am “Wii Bowling Tourna- Mexican Dominos 10 am Mexican Dominos 10 am
Tai Chi Exercise 10:30 am Choir Practice 12:30 pm ment” at Rivers Bend Enhance Fitness 10 am Blood Sugar 10 am
Birthday Monday - 9 am to 4:30 pm Deliver Quilts to the Scrabble 10 am
Pictures taken at Blood Pressure Clinic Ronald McDonald House Exercise Bands 10:30 am
11:45 am 11:30 am 1:15 pm Bingo 12:30 pm
(NOTE DATE CHANGE) Bingo 12:30 pm Paramedics 12:30 am
Bingo 12:30 pm
Oquirrh DUP 2:30 pm
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Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am
Art Class 9:30 am Quilting 10 am—11:45 am Cards 9 am & 1 pm Pinochle 9 am Wii Fit 9 am
Bridge 10 am Enhance Fitness -10 am Wii Bowling 9 am Mexican Dominos 10 am Mexican Dominos 10 am
Tai Chi Exercise 10:30 am Choir Practice 12:30 pm Entertainment - Enhance Fitness 10 am Scrabble 10 am
Bingo 12:30 pm “Tim Holwig” 11 am Trip to Humanitarian Haircuts 10:30 am - 12 pm
Free Tax Help from St Patty’s Party 11 am Center - van will Exercise Bands 10:30 am
AARP “Wear your Green” Board about 1:45 pm Bingo 12:30 pm
12:30—4:30 pm Sign up Contest 11:30 am Paramedics 12:30 am
for a time Blood Pressure Clinic
11:30 am
Bingo 12:30 pm
Pleasant Green DUP
1:30 pm
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Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am
Bridge 10 am Quilting 10 am—11:45 am Cards 9 am & 1 pm Pinochle 9 am Wii Fit 9 am
Tai Chi Exercise 10:30 am Enhance Fitness -10 am Wii Bowling 9 am Mexican Dominos 10 am Mexican Dominos 10 am
Bingo 12:30 pm Choir Practice 12:30 pm Blood Pressure Clinic Enhance Fitness 10 am Blood Sugar 10 am
Art Class 1 - 3 pm 11:30 am Scrabble 10 am
Bingo 12:30 pm Exercise Bands 10:30 am
Bingo 12:30 pm
Paramedics 12:30 am
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Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am Billiards 9 am
Wii Bowling Tournament “Healthy Magna” kick off
Art Class 9:30 am Quilting 10 am—11:45 am Cards 9 am & 1 pm at Matheson Jr. High at
at Rivers Bend Senior
Bridge 10 am Enhance Fitness -10 am Wii Bowling 9 am Wednesday 6 pm on
Tai Chi Exercise 10:30 am Entertainment - 11am Blood Pressure Clinic March 10th Saturday
Bingo 12:30 pm Janna Jense - 11:30 am Center 9 am. March
Good Luck to 13th.
Song & Dance Bingo 12:30 pm
our teams!
Choir Practice 12:30 pm
We would like to welcome Le Bethers, our new driver and Ed Ortega, our new Janitor to the Magna Kennecott Senior Center.

Le Bethers is our new second Driver. Le lives in Ed Ortega in our new Janitorial employee. Ed
Salt Lake City. He has one sister. His father worked for law enforcement for 14 years for the
passed away. Le grew up in Whittier, California. Department of Corrections. He is single. He
Went to school in California and Salt Lake. He works part time for the Canyon School District
went into the Army in 1976 and got out in 1980. for four years. Ed likes movies and working out.
Le is single and has no children. He is a profes- He loves to travel when he has the money to do
sional skier. He loves to fish. He likes to go so. A lot of his family has worked for Kennecott
camping and river rafting. The seniors really over the many years. His Great, Great Grand-
enjoy him and those that ride with him say he is mother came with Brigham Young on his wagon
very courteous and friendly and helpful. train across America. His dad is self employed and has worked for
about 50 years in Kearns. He has one brother and one sister, both
younger. He went to school in North Summit schools in Coalville.
He was a boy scout as a youth and got his first class.
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MAGNA COPPERTOWN SCOOP
Happy Birthday! Your New 2010 Advisory Council Board:
1 Katherine Kelson
Sylvia Layton
2 Jane Pixton
Lois (Pat) Davis
3 Ruth Harris
4 Betty Dee
Dorothy Romolo Reynolds Virginia Marriett Marilynn Sherry Hope
5 Thomas Jed Waddoups Butler Speth Mangum Mousley Clark
7 Lynette Aust President V. President Secretary Treasurer Transportation
Erlean Dickey
Julia Hawkins
8 Byron T. Karren
Elvon Holman
10 David Alires
Lenett Cash
11 Alithe Opoulos
12 Pamela Derbidge Joanne Gerald Donald Cook Tillie Byron
13 Jeannine Morgan Anderson Thomas Welcoming McMillin Karen
Eva I Sapp Nutrition & Sunshine Greeter Historian Evening
15 Linda Densley Legislator Entertainment
Samuel R. Free Representative
Eleanore Larson
Margaret Peterson
17 Rose Christison
Barton Palmer
Betty C. Woolley
18 Robert Holmes
19 Leonora Rupp Ruth Bob Le
21 Demar Tippets Byers Ron Mary
Littell Peters Karen
Sue Pasternack Fund Special Torrez
Bingo Decorating
22 Rhonda N. Stohl Raising Events Community
LaRene Tanner Involvement
23 George Olsen
Mary Falvo MEMBERS WE WILL MISS: NEW MEMBERS:
24 Zella Waddoups
25 Virginia Butler
Mary Vosnos Gale Boone Paula Barrett, Caroline Fuller,
26 Randal M. Woolley June Kenner and Jackie Hill, Eleanore Larson,
27 Mayona Tippets LaGrand Neilson Emma Sanchez. (welcome back),
Melana Powell And Troy Yeates.
Thurma Sellars
29 William Thulin
30 Wilford Coon
31 Edna Doerr We finally say good by to Pam McKellar and hello to Matthew
Audrey Ikola Dodge. Pam’s last day is February 26th and Matthew starts March
1st. We will miss Pam a lot and are grateful that she has been able to
work with us as long as she has. She has done so much for the
Our new Center is coming along
Magna Senior Center and we are excited that she will still be around.
and we should be in there soon!
Pam and Jerry will be coming to the Center for a while, they aren’t planning on re-
tiring to Mayfield for some time. Pam plans on still singing with the Magna Tones
Choir and painting.

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