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Welcome to the
Fairport Harbor Senior Center
1380 East Street
Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077
Phone (440) 354-3674


CENTER HOURS:

OFFICE HOURS
:  
Monday - Friday from 7:30am - 4:00pm
Daily:  Chat Table
           Wii Golf or Bowling
Pool Room Opens at 7:30am Daily

EVENINGS/EXTENDED HOURS:
Board Games Played till Closing – Monday - Friday
Monday: Zumba Gold @ 5:45pm
2nd Monday: Coin Club @ 7:00pm
Tuesday – 2nd Tues. of month (4/11) POTLUCK – Ham & dessert; afterwards we’ll play Bingo
Tuesday – April 4 & 18 – Council Meeting
Tuesday & Friday: Play Mah Jongg 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Wednesday:   Beginner Line Dancing 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Wednesday:   Zumba mixed    5:45pm  
Wednesday:   Bingo                      6:00pm - 8:30pm
Thursday:      Country/Blue Grass  6:00pm - 8:30pm
Saturday:       Weight Watchers       8:30am - 9:30am

**SATURDAY:  Exercise Room opens
8:00am - 11:00am
Daily:   Exercise Room open until 6:00pm
            Pool Room open
Mon, Tues & Fri until 6:30pm
& Wednesday & Thursday until 8:30pm

Senior Center Board Members
            President: Connie Coffman
            Vice President: Lois Orosz
            Treasurer: Connie Pachete
            Secretary: Denise Duncan
            Senior Center Director: Chris Yano
Trustees: Cheryl Parker, Sid Rose,
Virginia Meivogel, Lou Pachete, Joel Guthleben

Reference Phone Numbers
Lake County Council on Aging            205-8111
Laketran                                           354-6100
Social Security                           1-800-772-1213
General Health District                       350-2543
Fairport Village Hall                           352-3620
Fairport Police   (Non-Emergency)    354-3434
Veterans Concerns                             350-2567

Senior Center website: www.fairportseniorcenter.com
Center has Wi Fi

Programs and Services are funded thru
Lake County Senior
Citizens Levy and United Way.

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APRIL 2017

Click here to view or print the calendar in pdf format.

MONDAY
Tai-Chi              (Fee: $3.00)             9:00am - 10:00am
Watercolors w/Connie Adams             9:00am - 11am
Arthritis Exercise                           10:30am - 11:30am
Layton Physical Therapy (4/17)      11:30am
Bingo                                              Noon
Reikki with Dusty                             Noon - 1:30pm
Fleece Class     4/10                          Noon
Card Making     4/17                          Noon
Movies (Afternoon Movies WILL NOW BEGIN at Noon)
                        4/3        Patriots Day
                        4/17      Lion
                        4/24      Hidden Figures
Stretching Class (Please bring mats!)     4:00pm - 5:00pm
Evening Zumba Gold                          5:45pm
                                                                       
TUESDAY
Hand & Foot Card Game                   10:00am - 1:00pm
Yoga w/Erin (bring own mat) (Fee: $7.00)  10:00am
Morning Zumba                                9:00am
Weight & Band Class                         Noon - 1:00pm
Line Dance                                       1:15pm - 2:15pm
Quilting                                             1:00pm - 4:00pm
Mah Jongg                                         1:00pm - 6:00pm 
Knitting                                             1:00pm - 4:00pm

WEDNESDAY
Coffee with Cops  (4/5)              9:00am
Art/Colored Pencil                     10am - Noon
Arthritis Class                            10:30am - 11:30am
31 and LCR                               Noon
Cards:  Bridge & Pinochle (both)    12:30
Coloring                                     1:00pm
Beginner Line Dancing                4:00pm - 5:00pm
Zumba Mixed                             5:45pm
(NEW) Quilting Class
Beginners/Advance    6:00pm - 8:00pm
Evening Bingo                            6:00pm - 8:30pm
                                                                
THURSDAY
Attorney                        (4/20)     8:30am
Zumba w/Kick Fit                         9:00am
Needlecraft                                   9:30am - Noon
Scrapbooking   (4/6)                      Noon - 3:00pm
Line Dancing                                10:00am - 11:00am
Bingo                                           Noon
Country/Blue Grass Music             6:00pm - 8:30pm

FRIDAY
Chair/Table Massage (See Schedule)    9:00am - 11:15am
Hand & Foot Card Game                   10:00am - 1:00pm
Bunco   (4/7 & 4/21)                         10:00am - Noon       
Arthritis Class                                   10:30am - 11:30am
Weight & Band Class                          Noon - 1:00pm
Mah Jongg       (Meet in Pool Room)   1:00pm - 5:30pm

SATURDAY

Weight Watchers   (Weigh in 8:30am)   Meeting 9:00am

**Office will be closed on 4/14/17**


FROM OUR PRESIDENT CONNIE COFFMAN:

Did you know that heart attacks have beginnings?  Like other diseases, heart attacks have early signs and symptoms which occur in over 50% of heart patients!  However, the important thing about this is that if they are recognized in time, these “beginnings” can be treated before the heart is damaged.
 
This month I will give you some information that my husband received at his weekly cardiac rehab class. As we read the daily obituaries in the newspapers and on line, we have noticed that a large majority have died because of a heart issue!  It strikes young and old, sometimes without warnings but many of us, including myself, are not really aware of the early signs and symptoms.

Just how can you or I prevent a heart attack? The most important thing to know is that we must understand the risk factors and see a doctor for early diagnosis.  The signs and symptoms differ in the way heart attacks occur in men and women!  So first, let’s explore the early signs and symptoms!  Someone may experience any or all of these symptoms!

When they first start, they can be mild, or they may come and go!  Over time, these symptoms and pain increase until the victim collapses.
 
These are the signs and symptoms:

  1. Feeling of fullness
  2. Chest pressure, squeezing, aching or burning
  3. Shortness of breath
  4. Back pain
  5. Nausea
  6. Anxiety
  7. Excessive fatigue
  8. Jaw pain
  9. Pain that travels down one or both arms

SURVIVE – DON’T DRIVE – CALL 9-1-1!

Now you might be ready to join EHAC. What is that?  Early Heart Attack Care education that asks you to learn the signs and symptoms of a heart attack so that you can become an active bystander to save a life, even if it is yours!  Did you know that over 800,000 people die in the United States every year from a heart attack!

What’s more, on average, 50% of these patients displayed but ignored the warning signs.  Next month I will explain the risk factors so that you get a better understanding of them.  And the difference between men vs. women having these risk factors.

 

A NOTE FROM CHRIS:

Please look at the label on the front of your newsletter.  If you DO NOT have 2017 marked on your label, then your dues are now due.  

Come in & enjoy a cup of coffee, meet new friends, learn to Wii bowl, take a one day trip, exercise, get out of the house.  This is your Center!
A special thank you to all of our Center’s volunteers.  Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated.  Our Center continues to grow due to your dedication and support.  Thank you!!

”Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something.”  ~Author Unknown

If you have a special talent and would like to share it, please let me know.  New ideas are always welcome!

Hope to see you soon.