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A monthly publication for Active Older Adults age 50 Volume 20 The Watermark Issue 12 209 S. Center Street December 2017 Beaver Dam, WI 53916 9208874639 Happy Holidays from the BDCAS Staff

ACTIVE OLDER ADULT MISSION STATEMENT To promote social, educational, leadership, recreational and volunteer opportunities for persons age 50 over serving as a community resource on aging. Steerin g

www.cityofbeaverdam.combdcas View and register for programs and activities under Active Older Adults. The Watermark always welcomes new members You are invited to learn more about what we do at our We

The Watermark will be closed Friday, December 22 Monday, December 25 Friday, December 29 Monday, January 1 Steerin g Committee N E Applica on Deadline Friday, December 15 Elec on January 15 E D d K

AARP T P A We will once again be offering tax assistance at The Watermark in 2018. Trained preparers will be available to complete federal and state returns, as well as Homestead Credit. All ages are

26th Annual Holiday Parade Saturday, December 2 530pm in downtown Beaver Dam Hosted by Downtown Beaver Dam Inc. This years theme is Light Up The Holidays. We have been part of this celebration for man

PROGRAM ACTIVITY LISTING The following is a list of regularly scheduled programs activities at The Watermark, unless otherwise noted. For more information, please contact Customer Service. ProgramAc

PROGRAM ACTIVITY LISTING The following is a list of regularly scheduled programs activities at The Watermark, unless otherwise noted. For more information, please contact Customer Service. ProgramAc

SUN. MON. TUES. WED. December 3 4 5 730 800 830 100 115 345 445 Coffee Conversation, Cribbage Woodcarving Strong Bodies Euchre, Mini Manicure, 10Cent2Bit Sheepshead Five Crowns Move to the Music

THURS. 1 730 800 830 100 FRI. 2 Cribbage Color Escapes Yoga Basics Bowling Tower Lanes, Euchre, Scrabble, 10Cent2Bit Sheepshead SAT. Christmas Party Wednesday, Dec. 13 See page 8 7 730 800 815 900

H F G M M D Ellen Sushak, Registered Die D D an Nutri onist Well cook up gifts to give to friends or family Twelve Bean Soup Blend Sand Art Brownie Mix in a jar Southwestern Dip Mix Dill

O B G D D E D s B C D W s Did you know that playing board games is good for your health Some of the benefits include having fun and feeling good, memory formation and cognitive skills, lowe

S BTM D t Y B K KZ Ka e Schliepp, 200 hour Cer fied Yoga Teacher Z D d s Join Katie for one or both of these workshops. Shell break down the poseaction stepbystep so students fully un

Z G d Z E Z Lisa Schouten, Cer fied Zumba Gold Instructor Z Low impact, perfect for beginners, seniors or anyone wanting to take it easy on the joints due to prior wear and tear. Zumba Gold sticks t

STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2017 Called to order By Wayne Schmitz, Chairperson Roll Call Present Wayne Schmitz, David Travis, Anne Pellerin, Eileen Goodman, Bobbie Pearson

Dodge County Senior Dining Menu for November Rose Newman, Site Manager Lunch is served MondayFriday at 1130am. Milk and butter margarine are served with every meal. Please note there is an age require

YOUR BENEFIT NEWS Submitted by Amanda Higgins, Dodge County Elder Benefit Specialist S L A H About 90 of people over age 65 want to stay at home for as long as possible, according to AARP. Living ind

S T C P T, F 8 Fireside Dinner Theatre 98 915am530pm Deadline January 15 For over a century, audiences have been captivated by the tragic story of the disfigured genius who makes his home in the cave

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