Golden Opportunities

Spring 2018

City of Renton Programs, Events, Fitness, and Fun for Everyone!

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For more information, call the Renton Senior Activity Center at 425-430-6633 | 9 SPECIAL EVENTS Bunko Tuesday We've started a fun game! Bunko is a dice game that's easy to learn. If you can roll dice and count, then you can play. You change tables, so you will meet new people each round. We will play 12 rounds and there will be prizes for the most Bunkos and most wins. Sponsored by Gencare of Renton–The Lodge. Tues April 3, May 1, June 5 10–11am A SPEAKER Bellevue Pain Clinic Dr. Kevin Polzin is a board- certified chiropractic physician practicing for 27 years. He specialized in drug-free nonsurgical solutions for patients suffering with chronic pain due to peripheral neuropathy, numb- ness, balance issues, joint disease, advanced spinal degeneration, spinal dysfunction and systemic inflamma- tory conditions. He will be speaking on Stem Cell treatments, advanced Class IV and cold laser treatment techniques, spinal decompressive protocols, advances in spinal biomechanics res- toration and neuromuscular sof t tissue-oriented procedures. Come hear about the latest drug free alternatives for pain out there today. Come with your questions. Please register at the front desk, 425-430-6633. Tues April 3 12:30–1:30pm Wed June 6 6:00–8:00pm SMTG SPEAKER Living Longer, Living Smarter Planning your future and prepar- ing your family for the challenges that come with it is smart to do and a gift to your loved ones. This presentation will provide you with tools, resources and information to help you make choices around the lifestyle you want now and as you age. Issues concerning your home, community, health and how to pay for long-term care are covered. Take the first step with your planning and join us. Join Christine Jackson of Bankers Life. Please register at the front desk , 425-430-6633. Wed Apr 4 6:00–8:00pm SMTG Bingo Thanks to an anonymous donor, who is funding this program in memory of his mother, you can once again play bingo with us and win a prize. A big thank you to our volunteers Gene Hill, Diana and Ron Duppenthaler. Thur Apr 5, May 3, June 7 1:00–3:00pm LMTG Thursday Afternoon Dances Bonnie Birch Apr 5, Apr 19, May 3, May 17, May 31, and June 7 Bill Bennett Apr 12, Apr 26, May 10, May 24, June 14, and June 28 CD Music June 21 Thursdays 1:00–3:00pm A $2 SPEAKER Identify Theft and Insurance Fraud Better Business Bureau Market- place Manager Lauren Hall will go over some of the top identity theft scams that target senior citizens. Attend- ees will learn how to recognize and report identity theft as well as how to prevent themselves from becoming vic- tims of scams and cyber-crimes. Office of Insurance Commissioner, SHIBA's Van- essa Sherill-Weimer, will discuss Medicare fraud and OIC's criminal investigation unit information on insurance fraud. Please register at the front desk , 425-430-6633. Tue Apr 10 12:30–1:30pm SMTG Seattle Banjo Club Come by and listen to music that you can no longer find on the radio. Join in and sing along to your old time favorites, Five Foot Two; Bill Bailey; California, Here I Come; and the Beer Barrel Polka! Enjoy the music and stay for lunch. Tues Apr 17, May 15, June 19 10am–12pm A Regional Reduced Fare Permit/ORCA If you are 65 years of older, you can pur- chase a Regional Reduced Fare Permit. If you want to update to the ORCA card, please bring your Regional Reduced Fare Permit. Tue Apr 17, June 19 11:00am–12:00pm SS $3 National Peach Cobbler Month Sweet, juicy, mouthwatering peaches— that's what we're celebrating today. Come in and play peach toss and see who wins a gift card. Charles will make wonderful peach cobbler for everyone. Get out and have some dessert. Spon- sored by Gencare of Renton–The Lodge Friday April 13 11:15am Contest 11:30am Lunch A $4 donation 60 and over $10 charge under 60

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