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Senior Times - September 2018 Page 7AGING WELL SERIESAging Well educational programs are free and open to the public. They are held at Kool Family Community Center. A light luncheon is provided at 11:30am followed by the presentation at noon.To register, call (269) 441-0948.Join Carol Selden, clinical dietician, to learn how increasing fruits and vegetables may reduce your risk of cancer. Chefs from Bronson Battle Creek, John Long and John Fear, will demonstrate how to prepare several healthy menu items on a budget. After the presentation, you will have the opportunity to sample the items prepared.I Gave My Sole For Parkinson’sWALK Saturday, September 22 Binder Park ZooRegistration opens at 10am.Walk at 11:15am. Form a Team or Pre-Register as an Individual – Help Raise Funds – www.parkinsonsmi.org.$20 – Walkers 13 years of age and older$15 – Walkers age 12 and under$5 – Additional if registering on the day of the walk No entrance fee to the zoo required.Advance Care Planning – Start the ConversationTuesday, September 25, 4:30–6:00pm, Kool Family CenterWhat if a sudden medical event happened to you and you could not make medical decisions? Join us for an informa- tive presentation by Hilary Kerr, Bronson Advance Care Planning Specialist, and begin or review the steps you can take to get the care you want if you are not able to speak for yourself.Light refreshments. Pre-registration is required. Call (269) 441.0948.Start the advance care planning process today. It is your life and your choice. Don’t leave your family with questions.Get Fit and Have Fun with Senior Health PartnersSenior Fitness and Fun is a FREE weekly, one-hour health and fitness program fund- ed by the Calhoun County Senior Millage for adults 60 years of age and older. Chair exercises focus on stretching, flexibility, balance, and building strength. Our nurse will be available to answer your health questions, provide blood pressure, blood sugar, and pulse/ox screenings, and make referrals to community resources.For More Information Call (269) 441-0948CreatingConnectionsThrough ArtMonthly, 4th Thursday 2-3:30pmBattle Creek Family YMCAMonthly, 1st Wednesday 4-5 pmHeritage Commons Enrichment Center, MarshallAn opportunity for persons with memory loss to explore their creative side in a supported environment. Facilitated by a certified instructor. FREE but you must register in advance. Call (269) 441-0957.Family caregivers may participate or attend the Dementia Memory Loss Support Group held at the same time.Community Care Options Helping You Stay IndependentIn-home services including light housekeeping, meal preparation, limited errands, and problem solving available for seniors with chronic illness and need help with some of the chores of maintain- ing their homes. Funded by the Calhoun County Senior Millage. Call (269) 441.0948 to learn more.Healthy Agingand Eldercareat theBC FamilyYMCA182 Capital Avenue NE, Battle Creek Membership not required.Dementia and Memory Loss Support GroupMeets Monthly4th Thursday, 2-3:30pmCreating Connections Through Art Meets Monthly4th Thursday, 2-3:30pmFamily Caregiver Support Group Meets Monthly2nd Tuesday, 10-11:30amStroke Support GroupMeets Monthly 3rd Thursday, 1-2pmParkinson’s Support GroupsMeets Monthly 1st Thursday, 4:30pmMeets Monthly 3rd Tuesday, 10amEating Healthy and Cancer PreventionWednesday, September 12Presenter: Carol Selden, Clincal DieticianSITES TIMEKool Family Community Center 10:30am Clarence Township Hall 10:30am Tekonsha Community Hall 10am Hickory Hills Village 10amDAYS SITESTIME DAYS1pm Tuesday 10:30am Wednesday 10am ThursdayMon, Wed Monday Tuesday TuesdayBattle Creek Eagles #299 Village of Mill Creek Athens Township HallChrist UMC/Urbandale10:30amMondayNHBP Reservation11amWednesdayHomer Presbyterian Church9amTuesdayTrinity Episcopal Church Marshall1:30pmWednesdayCherry Hill Apts.10:30amTuesdayAlbion Forks Senior Center11amThursdaywww.seniorhealthpartners.com§§


































































































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