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

OFFICE HOURS:  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 (9/11):
Coin Club @ 7:00pm
Tuesday - 2nd Tues. of month (9/12):  In place of our        POTLUCK this month, we will have Schnitzel, German potato salad, sauerkraut, dumplings, dessert & drink provided by J&J along with live entertainment @ 5pm;    $10.00/pp & must purchase ticket in advance by 9/7  (available now).
Tuesday - (9/5 & 9/19): 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 (9/18)     11:30am
Bingo                                                  Noon
Reikki with Dusty                                 Noon - 1:30pm
Fleece Class     (9/11)                            Noon
Card Making     (9/18)                           Noon
Movies (Afternoon Movies WILL NOW BEGIN at Noon)
                        (9/4)      **NO MOVIE – LABOR DAY**
                        (9/11)    Pending
                        (9/18)    **NO MOVIE**
                        (9/25)    Pending

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  (9/6)             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 Class Beginners/Advance  Classes re-starts in Oct.
Evening Bingo                                    6:00pm - 8:30pm
Computers & Tech.                             6:30pm

Attorney                        (9/21)          8:30am
Zumba w/Kick Fit                              9:00am
Needlecrafts / Handcrafts                    9:30am - Noon
Line Dance  (Fee: $1.00)                  10:00am - 11:00am
Scrapbooking   (9/14)                            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   (9/1 & 9/15)                        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

Sept. 4 – LABOR DAY – Center will be closed


Again, greetings from Concord Village Acute Rehab Center! Over eight weeks have passed and some days have been a real challenge! The staff members here are wonderful helping me through physical therapy and my adjustment being away from my home so long. There have been some bumps in my road to recovery that have been very challenging!

I know that as soon as my surgeon gives me the okay to put 100% pressure on my left hip, the two things I will concentrate on is conquering three steps and entering and exiting our car!!

I have appreciated your good wishes and prayers more than you can image. Hopefully, I will be home to enjoy being outdoors and “back to being active again” soon!

More than ever I cannot stress the importance of staying active and exercising regularly to keep your body strong. Physical therapy has been rigorous, but rewarding, and it will continue as part of my daily routine when I get home.

A Note From Chris:

In 1992, Lake County voters approved a half-mill levy to fund senior services across the county. The voters have renewed that levy every five years, and recognize the importance of the services we can provide with the levy funding. Today, these include home-delivered and congregate meals, social work and homemaker services, programs at senior centers across Lake County, home maintenance and modification projects, and much more.

However, we face two big challenges in maintaining these programs. Federal funding for senior services continues to decline and is now lower than 2008 levels. Plus, the demand for senior services here in Lake County is growing rapidly. The percentage of Lake County residents over 60 will increase from 22% to 34% by 2030.  As Lake County ages, chronic disease, disability, elder abuse and neglect, accessible & affordable housing, poverty, isolation and inadequate nutrition will present growing challenges.

To make up for the major funding gaps and growing needs, we are placing an issue on the November ballot to renew and slightly increase the existing levy. The issue would be an increase of just 87 cents per month (per $100,000 home value). Without it, we risk having to drastically reduce the services that thousands of our oldest and most vulnerable elderly citizens count on every day. We’re proud of what we’ve done thru levy funding so far, and hope we can continue to serve our amazing senior community.

Thank you to everyone for all the volunteering you do throughout the year. You make my job so much easier!