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

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


Board Games Played till Closing:  Monday - Friday
Monday:  Zumba Gold @ 5:45pm
Monday -  2nd Mon. of month (10/9):
Coin Club @ 7:00pm
Tuesday - 2nd Tues. of month (10/10):
POTLUCK – Stuffed Peppers, dessert &
YOU bring the sides @5pm
Tuesday - (10/3 & 10/17): Council Meeting 6:30pm
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

Exercise Room opens

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:  Cheryl Braemer
Senior Center Director:  Chris Yano
Trustees: Cheryl Parker, Sid Rose, Virginia Meivogel, Lou Pachete, and 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:
Center has Wi Fi

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

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Tai-Chi      (Fee: $3.00)             9:00am - 10:00am
Watercolors w/Connie Adams      9:00am - 11:00am
Arthritis Exercise                       10:30am - 11:30am
Layton Physical Therapy (10/16)             11:30am
Bingo                                                   Noon
Reikki with Dusty                                  Noon - 1:30pm
Fleece Class     (10/9)                            Noon
Card Making     (10/16)                          Noon
Movies (Afternoon Movies WILL NOW BEGIN at Noon)
            (10/2)    Wonder Woman
            (10/9)    ****NO MOVIE****
            (10/16)  Churchill
            (10/23)  Pirates of the Caribbean
(Dead Men Tell No Tales)
            (10/30)  ****NO MOVIE****

Stretching Class (please bring mats!)     4:00pm - 5:00pm
Sewing  (Fee: $5.00)                            5:30pm - 7:30pm
Evening Zumba Gold                            5:45pm
Morning Zumba                    9:00am
Hand & Foot Card Game      10:00am - 1:00pm
Yoga w/Erin (bring own mat) (Fee: $7.00)       10:00am
Weights & Bands Class                 Noon - 1:00pm
Quilting / Knitting                           1:00pm - 4:00pm
Mah Jongg                                     1:00pm - 6:00pm 
Line Dance   (Fee: $1.00)               1:15pm - 2:15pm
(NEW) Pound Fit (Fee: $2.00)        3:30pm - 4:15pm

Coffee with Cops  (10/4)              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 (Fee $2.00)  4:00pm - 5:00pm
Zumba Mixed                         5:45pm
Quilting Beginners/Advance(Fee $40/mon)  6:00 – 8:00pm.
Evening Bingo                          6:00pm - 8:30pm
Computers & Tech.        October 11th   5:45pm

Attorney                        (10/19)   8:30am
Zumba w/Kick Fit                        9:00am
Needlecrafts / Handcrafts              9:30am - Noon
Line Dance  (Fee: $1.00)              10:00am - 11:00am
Scrapbooking   (10/12)                  Noon - 3:00pm
Bingo                                          Noon
(NEW) Pound Fit  (Fee: $2.00)   3:30pm - 4:15pm Country/Blue Grass Music         6:00pm - 8:30pm
Chair/Table Massage (see schedule)   9:00am - 12:15am
Hand & Foot Card Game           10:00am - 1:00pm
Bunco   (10/6 & 10/20)             10:00am - Noon       
Arthritis Class                           10:30am - 11:30am
Weights & Bands Class               Noon - 1:00pm
Mah Jongg   (meet in art room)    1:00pm - 5:30pm


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


Where did the summer go? I finally came home at the end of August with my trusty walker and a list of daily exercises! As I write this article it is September 18, and I am still being accompanied everywhere I go with my “sidekick” walker. One thing I learned (besides how much physical therapy goes into rehabilitation for a new hip and a fractured femur) IS THAT I AM STILL ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES BECAUSE I GOT TO GO HOME! The facility I was in was a very nice, attractive place to stay (almost like a first-class hotel as my one doctor said).

My heart goes out to all those patients who are still struggling to gain their mobility so that they will not have to use a cane, crutches, braces, and walkers to move around. Another thing I realized as the months went by was that I was losing my ability to remember things! Phone numbers, dates, names, months, etc. became meaningless and I could not get a grasp on this!! I spent every day awakened at 7:30 for my morning medications to keep the pain level controlled. Then it was breakfast, in bed of course, wash up time again in bed with assistance if I needed it.

Then came lunch in the dining room or in your room—it was your choice and someone would take you down to this beautiful dining room in your wheelchair, put on your bib, and serve your meal! Then more medication and off to Physical Therapy! I had a difficult time with physical therapy because I could only toe touch and I could not for the life of me walk on my toes!!! On the foot that was the one I had to use, I only have four toes because I had one amputated a few years ago and the rest of them were very arthritic. But my therapists solved my dilemma by letting me put my foot on top of theirs as we progressed through the exercises!!! After one to two hours of therapy, it was back to the room again to watch TV or grab a short nap. It almost seemed that my mind was in a vegetative state.
Then came my husband in and we always ate dinner together in my room. We talked about what was happening “in the outside world” and read the papers together. Then he would leave and I would fall asleep.

If you know anyone that is confined to a nursing home, an assisted living facility, a hospital, or a rehab center, PLEASE TAKE A FEW HOURS OUT OF YOUR WEEK AND VISIT THEM! My family faithfully did that and it was a godsend. When I came home, it did not take long before I began to feel mentally alert and challenged again. So, do not be someone who puts off a visit to a sick friend or relative. You may be doing more good than you realize. BRING IN THE OUTSIDE WORLD TO THEM!

A Note From Chris:

We have a busy holiday season coming up, but don’t forget to take time to enjoy the cool, crisp fall season!

Our September senior trip to South Dakota was a big success! Check out our group picture in this month’s newsletter.
Also, there is an important Senior Services Levy on the November ballot. Please make sure that you educate yourself on this very important issue which effects all of us.