GROTON SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB 55 RAFFLE
Raffle sales now until Dec. 19th, 2017. Check at the front desk to buy tickets!
Winners will be pulled at the Club 55 Holiday Luncheon Tuesday, December 19th
WINNER NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN.
GROTON SENIOR CENTER is a regional senior center providing recreational opportunities for those 55 and older. Please join us on one of our upcoming day trips or special events
CALIFORNIA COAST trip presentation
Free Trip Presentation at Groton Senior Center Tuesday, November 21st 2pm (FREE but please register please at 860-441-6623)
The trip is Sunday, May 6 – Sunday, May 13, 2018 •Depart and return at Groton Senior Center. Highlights of the Collette trip will be : San Francisco, Choice of Cruise on San Francisco Bay or City Tour of San Francisco, Carmel by the Sea, Monterey, 17 Mile Drive, Hearst Castle, Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez Wine Country, Hollywood, and San Diego. 8 Days – 10 Meals: 6 Breakfast and 4 Dinners.
RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2017
Every year, the Rockettes push themselves further to put on a show that’s more dynamic, more challenging and more magical than the last. Take in cherished moments and create new memories with the 2017 Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular! We have rear orchestra seats. Doors open at 3pm. 4 pm show. $138/resident. Depart 10am Approx. return 9:30 pm
Deadline to register for this for this trip is Nov 20th. To register call 860-441-6785 or go to www.grotonrec.com
New York On Your Own
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2017 Limited seats! Travel to NYC with the RCMH day trip yet do NYC on your own. Drop off and Pick will be near Rockefeller Center. Deadline for this trip is November 21th. $47/person
DINING OUT program is Groton Senior Center’s way of giving back to the community. Each month one special Restaurant will be Featured: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH we are going to
APPLEBEE’S. The senior van will pick you up or you can meet us there. Order off the menu a full entrée or just appetizers. Pay for yourself. An evening outing of dining, socializing, and enjoyment! Registration is required. To register call 860-441-6785 or go to www.grotonrec.com
HOLLY BERRY BALL Dinner and Dance at Groton Senior Center Saturday, December 9, 2017 5:00 pm. Maple Glazed Salmon, Italian Seasoned Chicken Breast, Rice Pilaf, Roasted Corn & Sweet Peppers, Tossed Salad, Rolls, Cheese Cake, Punch, Coffee. Live music by As Time Goes By Cost is $15 pp register by Wed. December 6th. To register call 860-441-6785 or go to www.grotonrec.com
COMEDY MUSICAL: CHRISTMAS SURVIVAL GUIDE AT GRANITE THEATER (Westerly)
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2017
This intimate revue takes a wry and knowing look at a stressful season. Armed with a copy of A Christmas Survival Guide by James Hindman and Ray Roderick and an optimistic attitude, the characters charge into an urban holiday landscape searching for the true essence of Christmas. In songs and vignettes, they learn to cope with the season in ways that are both hilarious and heartwarming. Show is at 2 pm. We depart GSC at 12:45pm • $25 per resident. To register call 860-441-6785 or go to www.grotonrec.com
GROTON SENIOR CENTER CLUB 55 HOLIDAY LUNCHEON
Luncheon at Groton Senior Center Tuesday, December 19th at 11:30 AM. Braised Flank Steak, Mushroom Gravy, Baked Ham, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli Medley, Vegetables, Rolls, Fruit of the Forest Pie, punch, coffee. Ledyard High School Carolers will perform. Club 55 Members ONLY $ 10 / Nonmembers $15 Register by Friday, December 15th. To register call 860-441-6785 or go to www.grotonrec.com
On Thursday, November 9th 6- 7;30 pm we have a FREE presentation for you on Medicare! You MUST register by calling 860-908-7094.
Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are age 65 or older and those younger than 65 with a disability. The definition of disabilities used to determine Medicare eligibility is the same as that used for Social Security benefits.
Medicare can be a maze all by itself. It has various components, designated by the letters A through D. Each one provides different benefits. In general, out-of-pocket costs are lower in Medicare than in commercial health plans
We were all sad to hear that Sue Wyatt, fitness instructor, will be leaving for new adventures. Sue has been
an asset to the senior center for over 15 years and we wish her the best.
Fitness instructor Christina Palacois has stepped up to take over Sue’s classes and we welcome her. She has
an excellent background in fitness and has been an instructor at Renegade.
Julie Oliver and Arthur Sculco will be taking over the training for the Fitness Center. Julie currently teaches
the Arthritis Strength and Balance, Cardio Fit and Tai Chi classes. Arthur has been offering individual and
small group Personal Training as well as fitness lectures for the center. The center is happy to have each
filling the void for the fitness programs and encourages everyone to take advantage of their expertise by
taking a class or joining the fitness center.