Senior Center Programs

THOUGHT OF THE YEAR : HAVE A KEEN 2017
Memories made here!  So here's to Good Health, Good Friends and Good Times at the West Seneca Senior Center!

HAPPY MAY ~ THOUGHT OF THE MONTH: " THE MOTHER OF ALL CELEBRATIONS "

Hello all and Happy May ! I hope all is well with you and Happy Spring ! The thought of the month is a good one with a lot of meaning, so read on and I hope that you join us ! My thought of the month of May is " THE MOTHER OF ALL CELEBRATIONS ". So... what does this mean, well... let me tell you ! May is fill with many special events and celebrations that we couldn't pick just one so we rolled a bunch into one day and picked our Mother's Day Lunch to celebrate all the ones that we thought were special enough to recognize ! So, hang on to your hats and get ready to celebrate everything from Loyalty Day, National Chocolate Chip Day , Lucky Penny Day and everything else in between with of course a special shout out to all our Mother's for a Happy Mother's Day ! So sign up today and come early for lunch that day so you don't miss a thing ! You will know the celebration has begun when the "Bird Dance " plays because we will be celebrations " Dance like a chicken Day" I just can't wait to have some fun with all of you, see you on Wednesday May 10 2 11:00 am !!! And by the way , you all are the BEST !!!!!!!!!

Love and Laughter, Mary

The Stay Fit Nutrition Program, Lunch served daily (Monday - Friday) at 12:30 PM, please be at the Center by 11:45; As of 1/2/14 the suggested cost of the lunch is $3.00. Stop in any time and get a menu>Cancellations please; call 675-9288 before noon any day when you can't make it for lunch, thank you!

STAY FIT DINING PROGRAM -

Week of 5/29

MONDAY ~ 5/29 ~ CLOSED HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY
TUESDAY ~ 5/30 ~ BREADED CHICKEN BREAST, SWEET POTATOES, GREEN BEANS, ROLL, PEACH & PEARS
WEDNESDAY ~ 5/31 ~ CREAMY MACARONI & CHEESE, DICED BEETS, CHOPPPED, BREAD , FRESH BANANA
THURSDAY ~ 6/1 ~ BONELESS CREADED PORK W/ GRAVY, MASHED POTATOES, VEGETABLES, BREAD, PUDDING
FRIDAY ~ 6/2 ~ HAMBURGER, MUSHROOM GRAVY, ROASTED POTATIES, ROLL, GRUITED GELATIN

Week of 6/5

MONDAY ~ 6/5 ~ BBQ PULLED PORK HOME FRIES, MIED VEGGIES, FESH ORANGE
TUESDAY ~ 6/6 ~ MEATBALLS W/PENNE PASTA, MEAT SAUCE & CHEES, BLENDED VEGGIES, GRAPE JUICE
WEDNESDAY ~ 6/7 ~ BREADED CHICKEN BREAST W/ HERB GRAVY, SWEET POTATOES, HARVARD BEETS, ROLL, FRUIT CUP
THURSDAY ~ 6/8 ~ BIRTHDAY CAKE LUNCH! MEATLOAF W/GRAVY, POTATOES, FIESTA CORN, RICE PUDDING
FRIDAY ~ 6/9 ~ BREADED FISH W/TARTAR SAUCE, GREEN PEAS& CORN, COLESLAW, BROCCOLI & RICE CASSEROLE, BROWNIE

WEEK OF 6/12

MONDAY ~ 6/12 ~ BONELESS CHICKEN BREAST W/ORIENTAL VEGETABLES, WHITE RICE, SPINACH, SUGAR COOKIE
TUESDAY ~ 6/13 ~ BREADED VEAL PATTY, GRAVY, MASHED POTATOES, PEAS, BUTTERSCOTCH PUDDING
WEDNESDAY ~ 6/14 ~ FLAG DAY, HOT DOG W CHILI SAUCE, HOME FRIES, BLENDED VEGETABLES, ICE CREAM
THURSDAY ~ 6/15 ~ MAPLE GLAXED HAM STEAK, SWEET POTATOES, BEANS ROLL, GELATIN
FRIDAY ~ 6/16 ~ FATHER'S DAY LUNCH, PORK CHOP, GRAVY , MASHED POTATOES, CHEF SALAD, ROLL CHOCOLATE PIE

WEEK OF 6/19

MONDAY ~ 6/19 ~ SWEDISH MEATBALLS, CAVATAPPI PASTA, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, CHOCOLATE PUDDING
TUESDAY ~ 6/20 ~ BREADED CHICKEN CUTLET, SWEET POTATOES, MIXED VEGGIES, ROLL, STRAWBERRY BAVARIAN
WEDNESDAY ~ 6/21 ~ BAKED LASAGNA ROLL, MEAT SAUCE & CHEESE, SPRINACH , ROLL, FRUIT CUP
THURSDAY ~ 6/22 ~ SLICED TURKEY BREAST W GRAVY & STUFFING , MASHED POTAOTES, CARROTS , BROWNIE
FRIDAY ~ 6/23 ~ STUFFED PEPPER W SAUCE, MASHED POTAOTES, BEANS, ROLL , AMBROSIA

WEEK OF 6/26

MONDAY ~ 6/26 ~ CHUNK TURKEY W PENNE PASTA CREAM, BROCCOLI , GREEN BEANS, DELIGHT COOKIE!
TUEADAY ~ 6/27 ~ STUFFED SHELLS, MEAT SAUCE, CAULIFLOWER, SPINACH, BREAD , PINEAPPLE
WEDNESDAY ~ 6/28 ~ WELCOME SUMMER, JULIENNE SALAD, HAM , SWISS, CHEESE, EGG, TOMATOES, BREAD, ORAGNE SHERBET
THURSDAY ~ 6/29 ~ STEAKHOUSE BURGER, W GRAVY ,MASHED POTAOTES, STEWED TOMATOES, ROLL, GELATIN
FRIDAY ~ 6/30 ~ HAM & CHESSE STRATA, SCALLOPED APPLES & CRANBERRIES, CARROTS, ROLL, FRESH BANANA

UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENT FOR JUNE :

JUNE 1 - THURSDAY DANCE - MUSIC JOE DONOHUE
JUNE 5 - United Health Care Info Session- 10-12 noon
JUNE 7 - Union Medical - 11 am
JUNE 8 - BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIN CAKE - Sign up today ! Everyone invited !
JUNE 9
MAY 10 - "The Mother of all Celebrations" Lunch and FUN! 11am
MAY 10 - Homewatch Caregivers, Wegmans BP Checks, Alhiezmers Info Sessions and MORE!
MAY 11 - May Birthday Lunch Celebration! Cake and singing at Lunch time, Sign up today, Everyone is invited!!
MAY 12 - Univera Health Care Info Session - 10-12noon
MAY 15 - AARP Safe Driving Class - must sign up in the office
MAY 17 - BCBS Info Session - 10-12noon
MAY 19 - Fidelis Care Info Session - 10-12noon
MAY 21 - Sunday Dance - Doors Open at 6:00pm Music by Ray Weldy
MAY 22 - Senior Center Board Meeting - 1:15pm
MAY 22 - Trips & Tours Meeting - 2:30pm
MAY 24 - WS Historical Society Monthly Meeting & Presentation 7:00pm
MAY 26 - Memorial Day Lunch
MAY 29 - Memorial Day Holiday - Center Closed - No Meals Served

COMING SOON TO THE GREATEST CENTER NEAR YOU !!!!!!

LEARN TO PLAY, Bridge or Indian train Dominoes instruction given every Monday
FUN & GAMES is held every Monday Morning at 11:00
DID YOU KNOW.......

Chair Massage every 3rd Wednesday , 10-12
BIRTHDAY CAKE DAY , 2nd Thursday of the month , SIGN UP IN OFFICE
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REMEMBER OUR EVERY DAY ACTIVIES.........

MONDAY ~ RSVP Sewing @ 9:30 ~ Chess @9:30 ~ Ceramics @10:00 ~ Tai Chi Exercise @ 10:15 ~ Bridge @ 1:00 ~ Dominoes @ 1:00
TUESDAY ~ Ceramics @ 10:00 ~ Pinochle @ 1:00 ~ Ceramics @ 1:15
WEDNESDAY ~ Wii Bowling @ 10:00 ~ Knitting & Crafts @ 10:00 ~ Ceramics @10:00 ~ Dancercise @ 10:00 ~ Bingo @ 1:30
THURSDAY ~ Ceramics @ 10:00 ~ Euchre @ 1:00 ~ Line Dancing @ 1:00
FRIDAY ~ Poker @ 9 ~ Tai Chi Exercise @ 10:15 ~ Bingo @1:00

HANDS & FOOT CARD GAME ~ 2nd Thursday of the Month @ 12:00
BRIDGE ~ MONDAY & WEDNESDAY @ 1:30
BRIDGE LESSONS MONDAY & WEDNESDAY , 1:15

 Western New York Official Prescription Discount Card - WNY Rx available at the West Seneca Senior Center! 

 

~Below is  link to a 3 minute presentation from the Health Fair that was held at the Senior Center, so check it out and enjoy!

Health Fair 2011

 

SENIOR CENTER COOKBOOK!  The Senior Center is going to publish a cookbook.  Anyone can submit their one favorite recipe for the book.  Drop it off in the office today!     

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Annoying Calls "DO NOT CALL LIST " NUMBER 1-800-382-1222

WORLD WAR II VETERANS:

Years ago to help maintain the memory and sacrifices of so many West Seneca Veterans the town historian at that time, Frank J. Lankes created a WAR SERVICE RECORD containing the name, address and branch of service of each individual entering military service.  An effort was made to track the bases of operations, training and citations for each of our service personnel.  These records were maintained, but over a period of time, these WAR SERVICE RESORDS were placed in storage and for the most part, largely forgotten.  UNTIL NOW!  To help maintain the memory and sacrifices of so many West Seneca residents, the information has been recreated from the original WAR SERVICE RECORD.  In addition to the notes compiled by the Town Historian, residents are urged to contribute and additional information on any World War II veteran they may know or have known.  The goal is to have a complete military record for each World War II veteran whose unique and crucial contribution helped end the worst conflict the world has ever experienced.

 

If you have additional military service information that you would like to share on a veteran, please send an email or call Jim Manley so these service records can be updated.  With your help, our World War II veterans will never be forgotten.

 

email:  jemanley1@gmail.com                    Phone:  Jim Manley @ 716-674-4224

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CERT Special Needs Registry Program:   Information at the Senior Center. The registry will enable Erie County to identify residents in need of special assistance, plan for resources and equipment to meet the identified needs and respond in an appropriate manner.  Towns will have knowledge of special needs residents and be able to repond more effectively to disasters or major incidents.