Mayor Sutherland’s Newsletter

Bay Village Mayor Sutherland’s Newsletter
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Upcoming Events and Activities at the Dwyer Senior Center

All events & activities listed below are held at the Dwyer Senior Center, unless otherwise noted.

5th ANNUAL SOUP COOK-OFF
Friday, January 25, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
A $5 donation includes soup, rolls, dessert, beverage and a chance at a drawing for door prizes.   This popular event is always a sell-out and seating is limited, therefore, ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE.   $5 checks made payable to The City of Bay Village will hold your reservation. RSVP to 440-835-6565.

VALENTINE’S DAY PROGRAM
and CHOCOLATE BUFFET
Wednesday, February 13, 1:30 pm
Our first ever complimentary Chocolate Buffet party at the Senior Center is provided by Bradley Bay Health Center, as well as entertainment which will be a blast from the past. RSVP required by calling 440-835-6565 seating is limited!

Free Tax Assistance
Begins Friday, February 1
The AARP Tax Assistance Program begins the first Friday in February for people who have less than $75,000/yr income. The IRS trained & certified volunteer tax counselor will do your returns. The program will continue every Friday until mid-April. The returns are filed electronically and there is no charge! Call Community Services at 899-3409 or 899-3442 to make an appointment.

Dwyer’s New Book Club
with Librarian Barbara Isaacs, 11:30 a.m.
Fri., January 18   The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty.
February’s   Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.
Books may be picked up at the check-out counter at Bay Library.

Medicare Assistance
Are you in need of assistance with Medicare questions or problems? We have partnered with Kristi Vaughn from Adult Comfort Care to assist you! Call 440-899-3442 to schedule an appointment

WESTERN RESERVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Presents: Fab 50’s Cleveland Style: Glorious Sports, Gory Murder,
Glamour Girls & Gas Guzzlers
Sponsored by West Bay Care and Rehabilitation Center
Wednesday, January 30, 1:30 p.m.
Re-live 1954, the year the Indians, Browns and Barons were all in championships…..cocktail parties, poodle skirts, Herbert Tareyton cigarettes, rayon shirts and Chrysler Imperials. A presentation of life in 1954 is followed by guided informal discussion as hands-on souvenirs of life in the Fifties. RSVP is required, 440-835-6565. Snacks will be served.

Computer Lessons with Volunteer Tutor, Kaethe
Every Wednesdays at 9:00 & 10:00 a.m., enjoy a one-on-one computer lesson with a tutor. Learn the basics, set up an e-mail account, search the web or just learn how to a use a computer. Call 835-6565 for an appointment. Cost $1.50 per hour.

LUNCH AND LEARN
“Now, What Was I Saying?”
Lisa Anthony Marketing Director
Arden Courts’ Memory Care Community
Friday, January 18, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
This program will discuss how the brain works, how we remember things and ways to enhance memory and overall brain health.
RSVP is required. Please call 440-899-3442

New Tax Laws
Monday, February 4 – 1 pm
There are many new laws and changes to the income, business and estate taxes. Come and learn “what’s new.” Our presenter is Bay resident, Lou Popp, EA, ATA., RSVP: 835-6565.

St. John Medical Center presents:
What is Your Risk of Having a Heart Attack &
What You Can Do About It
Friday, February 15 ~ 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Deb Recko MN, RN-BC, Manager of
SJMC Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans, and most of us have at least one risk factor. Come unlock the clues to a healthy heart and learn what you can do to modify your risk. RSVP to 835-6565.

Cookies, Coffee and
Estate Planning 101
Robert O. Frye, Attorney at Law
Wednesday, February 13 ~ 10:00~11:30 a.m.
Attorney Frye will be presenting the basics of estate planning and Probate Court estate procedures. The presentation will last about 45 minutes with 15 minutes reserved for questions. RSVP 440-835-6565.

Medical Equipment Loan or Donation
With Medicare not always paying for health equipment that you may need, residents of Bay Village are able to borrow donated medical equipment while recuperating from surgery or an injury at no charge. Available equipment includes wheelchairs, walkers, canes, shower benches, etc.. Call 899-3442 for more information or to request or donate equipment. WE CURRENTLY NEED SHOWER BENCHES/CHAIRS and TRANSPORT CHAIRS.

Legal Advice for Seniors
Attorney, Robert Frye will help you with living wills, power of attorney for health care and can advise you on other legal matters at no charge. Mr. Frye will be available on Wednesdays, February 6 & 20. Appointments are available 9:00, 9:30, and 10:00 a.m. Call 835-6565 to schedule an appointment:   Mr. Frye may be available for home visits if you are unable to come to the Center.

CLEVELAND’S HORSESHOE CASINO TRIP
Thurs., Jan. 24 & Feb. 28, Departing at 11 a.m.
COST: $7 for transportation: Lunch is on your own at the casino or nearby restaurants of your choice.   RSVP by calling 835-6565, leave your name and number and your call will be returned. Payment in advance is necessary to hold your van seat. SEATING IS LIMITED.

LUNCH and WESTERN RESERVE
HISTORICAL SOCIETY’S
Tying the Knot: Cleveland Wedding Fashions, 1830-1980
Thursday, February 21 – 11:30 a.m.
COST: Admission – $6.50 and van transportation – $5
Lunch is on your own. Lunch location near museum – TBA.

Shared Grief Support Group at the Dwyer
Join us as we gather to talk about the realities of grief and gain hope for healing. The atmosphere will be a safe place to share your story or just listen. Facilitated by Kathy Behrendt LPN/SCP at Sol Amore Hospice. Seven week sessions: 1/28, 2/4, 11, 25, 3/4, 11 & 18 from 1:30-3:00 pm. Please register at 440-835-6565 or call Kathy at 440-899-7659.

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