June is National Hunger Awareness Month
Please consider helping an individual, family with children or a senior in our Town of Montville and bring
in a canned food item to the Senior Center on Wednesday, June 6th! The doors are open at 8:00 AM and shut at 4:30 PM. Lets see how much we can collect for our friends and neighbors in our great Town of Montville finding themselves in need! Boxes will be located by the door—all food collected will go on the shelves of our Montville Food Bank for our resident in need! Please join us on National Hunger Awareness Day and help us to help our residents!
We get up each morning. Begin our routine. Bathroom. Coffee. Read the paper. Watch the news. Shower. Dress. And so, the day begins.
In those moments are you living or existing? Me at that point I’m existing. Getting going in the morning is a real chore for me. I’m not a bright bubbly person at the start of the day.
Soon I’m living! I’m doing a job I love. Enjoying my husband and our beagle. Interacting with others. Planning what’s next. Enjoying the grass getting green, the beginning of leaves and flowers. Spotting my first Hummingbird of the year!
I hope all of you are LIVING as well!
Break your routines! The same old thing is boring!
Do something new and out of your ordinary.
Be the best you can be.
Let SeniorCenterCt.org assist you in your “out of the ordinary” journey.
Don’t ponder. Stop all that thinking and all those what ifs.
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Thanks for your support – Judy
Be on the lookout for your new Medicare Cards and tell everyone else to look for theirs. Your neighbors, your family, friends and strangers even! The new cards will have a randomly generated number. No longer will it use your Social Security number! Great thing and it will help protect all of us from identity fraud.
“We’re taking this step to protect our seniors from fraudulent use of Social Security numbers which can lead to identity theft and illegal use of Medicare benefits,” said CMS Administrator Seema Verma. “We want to be sure that Medicare beneficiaries and healthcare providers know about these changes well in advance and have the information they need to make a seamless transition.”
Be very cautious and on the alert for scammers. If anyone calls you about your replacement card they are not from Medicare or Social Security! Officials will NEVER ask you for personal or private information or ask for money as part of the new card process.
It looks like Connecticut and the rest of New England will be getting theirs after June of 2018. To be sure you get your card make sure Social Security has your correct address. You can check your address by visiting ssa.gov/myaccount or by calling 800-772-1213.
Just make sure you don’t throw it out with the junk mail!!