Senior Spotlight for May 20
May now is going over the hump, and we are past the middle of the month. We’re entering into the phase of school terms ending, vacations being planned, carnivals to attend and all sorts of other neat stuff.
One of my favorites was going with family or friends to an event out of town, the idea of spending the day on an adventure with family or friends is a wonderful experience — just exploring, taking part in sightseeing, finding places you will want to go back to and enjoying the time away from home. Now I have these memories to look back on, though I do still go out some. Look for the simple joys of life and you’ll be surprised at the wonderful ways life can surprise you.
Happy birthday wishes go to Bruce Wood, Daniel Tabor and Joe Gallegos.
Get well and speedy recovery to Blake Smith, Avery Michaels, Hannah Dove, Monica Cruz and Percy Martinez.
The AARP Drivers Safety Program is from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the activity room on the second floor of Sunset Meadows I. The cost is $12 for AARP members and $14 for nonmembers. Call 970-824-5123 for more information or to RSVP.
The Viz-Ability support group meets from 2 to 3 p.m. Friday in the activity room at Sunset Meadows I. The topic will be food handling and cooking tips for the vision impaired. For more information, contact the Northwestern Center of Independence in Steamboat Springs at 970-871-4838.
The Friday noon potluck is in the dinning room at Sunset Meadows I; come join us.
Because of the Memorial Day holiday, there will be no bus service or noon meal at Sunset Meadows I on May 27.
Have a nice holiday weekend, stay safe and be sure to honor those whom have passed serving our country, as well as loved ones you have lost.
News of your travels, family visits, upcoming meetings or events always are welcome. Call 970-824-2139 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Mary Jo Brown
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