Friday Bulletin

November 20, 2020


THIS BULLETIN (November 20) IS A DOUBLE BULLETIN. There will not be a bulletin on the week of November 27 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

Announcements for the bulletin (including staff announcements) will be automatically deleted after three weeks, unless instructed otherwise.

Residents–if you do not want your birthday announced in the Bulletin, please submit this information to Ricki, ext. 3628.

Residents—please let us know if you are starting your programs back up. It would be very helpful if you could complete another Room Reservation form, since the programs are limited to 17 or 20 and set ups may be different. Please submit Room Reservation forms to Mary.

Please remember to wear your masks.

Upcoming Events

November 20 (Friday) 10:00–2:00
Come to the HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE at the Treasure Shop: Get your holiday treat and gift coupon at the door and then shop in a room full of Christmas and Hanukkah items. There are Christmas decorations, Santas, snowmen, creches, table trees, ornaments, cookie jars, lamps, village buildings, candle holders, candles, treat dishes, collectible plates, and more. Come see the giant Advent castle.

Pick an ornament off our tree for 25 cents that day only! All shoppers must be masked & gloved and sign up in advance on the door.

The Treasure Shop will be closed for Thanksgiving weekend.

November 21 (Saturday) 1:30 Auditorium
Fairhaven Opera, Dr. Atomic: The time: the summer of 1945; the place: Los Alamos, NM. Germany has surrendered, but the war with Japan still rages. A group of brilliant young scientists work feverishly on the Manhattan Project—the top-secret project to develop the atomic bomb—one of the most pivotal moments in human history. Work on the bomb approaches its culminating point, led by physicist, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and Army Commander General, Leslie Groves. Edward Teller and Robert Wilson are especially troubled by the moral and social implications. A fit topic for an opera? Composer John Adams and librettist Peter Sellars thought so, and so will you after watching Dr. Atomic in this thrilling, dramatic, 2008 Metropolitan Opera production.

*NEW–November 23 (Monday) 10:30-11:30 at Fireside Room
Caregiver Meet & Greet: Caring for yourself is just as important as caring for your significant other! Mary Boyer (Life Engagement Coordinator) and Mandy Lien (Director of Rehab) have heard your requests and wholeheartedly agree that our Fairhaven family caregivers could use some support. Come mingle (while socially distanced) with your fellow Fairhaven caregivers, share your time frame availability for a future Caregiver Support Group, and learn about what resources are available for you as caregivers here at Fairhaven! Please notify Lori, Rehab Administrative Assistant, at ext. 1772 if you would like to attend.

*NEW– November 23 (Monday) and November 24 (Tuesday)
Updating resident photos: Starting Monday, Acts staff will begin the process of updating resident photos for your Acts file.  They will visit residents in their homes to take these photos. The initial schedule is:

Residents of Maple
Monday, November 23
9:00 – 11:30

Residents of Oak
Tuesday, November 24
9:00 – 11:30

*NEW–November 25 (Wednesday) 10:45
Music Listeners will present a program of vintage Dixieland Jazz. Among others, we will listen to performances by Bix Beiderbecke, Kid Ory, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Bob Crosby, and many others, each playing a song he made famous. Hosted by Harvey Alperin. Able to be viewed in the Auditorium and on Channel 971.

*NEW–November 25 (Wednesday) 3:30 Auditorium
40th Annual Fairhaven Thanksgiving Eve Service – Televised Channel 971. Featuring special speaker, Dr. Derrick Matthews, Medical Missionary to Tanzania-Lutheran and Catholic Medical Missions (son of LaMoyne Cooper) with musician Ann Davis and soloist Lori Ramser. Televised live on Channel 971 for Fairhaven residents.

*NEW–November 26 (Thursday)
Thanksgiving: This is a holiday for Acts Fairhaven staff members and the U.S. postal service. No UPS pickup or delivery service will be available, but UPS Express Critical service will be available. FedEx will not be delivering, except for FedEx Custom Critical.

*NEW–December 1 (Tuesday):
Deadline for submissions to the Winter/Spring 2021 edition of Inkling. We welcome your personal stories, your essays, and fictional short stories, of any length up to 2,000 words, as well as your original poetry.

In addition, our short-answer section “We Asked . . . You Said” is back. The questions this time are:

#1 What is the biggest snowfall you can remember and how did it impact you?

#2 The most expensive meal you ever had: what was the occasion, where was it, what was it, and was it worth it?

Please email your entries for the main section of Inkling, as well as your responses to either or both of the questions above, to the Editor for this issue, Marion Leitao, at or place your paper copy in open box O-202 by the December 1 deadline.

*NEW–December 2 (Wednesday) 10:45
Music Listeners: Take a trip back to the 1940s and hear some of that decade’s most popular recordings, including a surprise or two. Hosted by Max Carroll. Able to be viewed in the Auditorium and on Channel 971.

*NEW–December 2 (Wednesday) 1:30
Town Hall Meeting: Town Hall with Steve La Pierre will take place in the Auditorium and be televised on Channel 971. If you miss the meeting, it can be viewed at:

*NEW–December 2 (Wednesday) 11:00-1:00 at Resource Desk
Chat with a Therapist: Wondering if outpatient therapy is right for you? What IS Occupational Therapy, anyway? How can Speech Therapy help? Did you miss the Bladder Health or Mindfulness for Fall Prevention presentation, and would like some information? Come chat with Mandy, Director of Rehab. And, as always, dial ext. 1772 for all your physical, occupational, or speech therapy needs. Your Fairhaven Therapy Team is here to serve you!

December 3 (Thursday) 12:15
Bible Study: The Bible Study program will be shown on Channel 971— “What’s So Amazing About Grace?” Max Lucado check-ins will still show at noon on Channel 970. (No Bible Study on Thanksgiving, November 26.)

*NEW–December 4 (Friday) & December 12 (Saturday)
There is more Christmas time at the Treasure Shop on December 4 & 12. We still have plenty of Christmas wrapping stuff and boxes, ornaments, Santas, snowmen, creches, stockings, village buildings, wreaths, candle holders, treat dishes, and more. Hanukkah begins December 10. Our menorah is lit!

*NEW–December 14, 2020 (Monday)
Residents’ Photo Gallery: 
The next exhibit of photographs made by Fairhaven residents will be displayed on Monday, December 14. The subject/theme/challenge for December is “Water, water, everywhere…”. As with all the suggested subjects, we hope to spark your creative juices to interpret the subject in your own way.

To facilitate the process of hanging the prints, it is important to have all entries available before they go on the wall. For that reason, it has been the practice that photos are brought to the display area on Sunday evening. They can be placed on the floor along the wall outside the Fitness Room. Complete guidelines for displaying photos are posted on the Gallery wall.

To assist in planning for coming displays, here are the subjects:

December – Water, water, everywhere…
January – Fairhaven flora & fauna
February – Street scenes: Life in the city, any city
March – Sunrise, sunset…
April – National Parks
May – Recreation – hiking, biking, boating, kayaking, etc.
June – My best picture…

Please suggest themes! If you have an idea for a monthly theme, please contact Don Stevens-Rayburn at or call and leave a message, ext. 3084. The only restriction is that the theme should not be too specific.


*NEW–Link to Fairhaven Veterans Day Ceremony: In case you missed the ceremony, or would like to view it again, here is a link where it can be watched:

*NEW–The Treasure Shop will be closed for the Thanksgiving weekend.  We will reopen for Christmas sales on Friday, December 4. HAPPY THANKSGIVING wherever you happen to be!

*NEW–Fit to the Finish!
Help Santa get ready for Christmas night! From November 27–December 24, participate in exercise and/or wellness activities weekly to accumulate a reindeer sleigh team (these will be stickers/cut outs) and help the elves fill Santa’s bag with gifts prior to Christmas night.

Registration begins Wednesday, November 18th and ends November 25th. To register or for more information, contact Sam at ext. 1396 or A sign-up sheet will also be on the table outside of the fitness center.

Website Security Important Notice:
As noted in last week’s Friday Bulletin, we were notified of a vulnerability in the security of the FRA website. In fact, two vulnerabilities were found and corrected. The public now has access to only a small portion of the website.

We also have begun a complete audit of the security of the site. As part of that audit, we will be implementing two new policies, beginning December 1, 2020.

Generic “Beasman” Login Will Go Away. For years, there has been a generic login with the username “Beasman” and a password that was freely given out to all residents. Fewer residents are now using that login since we started providing individual accounts to all residents about three years ago. While that account does not have access to, for example, the resident directory, it remains a security weakness. Therefore, on December 1, users who are logged into the Beasman account will be forcibly logged out and the account will be deleted. If you are still using the Beasman login, please contact Buzz Baker (ext. 3089) to get your own username and information on how to create an initial password.

New Password Policy. We have not enforced a password policy up to now, meaning users could use any password of any length that they wished. As of December 1, we will be enforcing a strong password policy. That policy will require passwords that are at least 10 characters long and that contain at least one upper case letter (A-Z), one lower case character (a-z), one digit (0-9) and one special character (!@#$%^&*~). Beginning on December 1, users of individual accounts will be forcibly logged out and they will be sent an email with a link that will allow them to set a new password that satisfies the new password policy. This process may take several days since we need to process 175 individual accounts. When you get your email, if you have any difficulties resetting your password, please contact Buzz Baker (ext. 3089).

We understand that this change will cause some inconvenience and we apologize for that inconvenience. However, please remember that we are implementing these policies in order to protect your personal data (Name, Unit, Extension, and Email Address).

Fake McAfee Scams: There are some scam emails going around from people pretending to be from McAfee. Here are what the following scam emails will be titled:

“Internet Security—-Warning: Your McAfee Protection Will Expire (date)”
“McAfee Total Protection, Black Friday Save $180 Per Year on McAfee Total Protection”
“Internet – Threat – Protection – Urgent! WARNING -: Your McAfee – Protection Will Expire – (date)”

If you get any emails from imposters pretending to be from McAfee, just delete the emails. Do not open any attachments.

Buildings and Grounds is looking for the owner (s) of storage lockers Located in the Uplands building: Lockers #15, 21, 27, 36, 43, 48, 49, 62, 69, 70, 71 and 84.  If you are the owner of any of the lockers listed, please contact Barb Walton at ext. 3874. If lockers are not claimed by the end of the year, we will start the process of cutting the locks to identify whose belongings they are.

Greenhouse Guidelines:  A new misting system has been completed for the greenhouse. The guidelines for usage of the greenhouse are: (1) Put pots only in the spot labeled with your name; (2) Put your name on each pot; (3) Spray or wash off any plants brought in from the outside; (4) No pots over 12 inches in diameter, preferably smaller when possible; and (5) No poinsettias, hibiscus, or other plants that are taller than 2 feet and 6 inches in height—these plants may interfere with the operation of the misting system. Thank you for your cooperation. Contact Jo Ann Russo, ext. 8403, if you have any questions.

INSiGHT Reminder: Gertrude Stein wrote, “Silent gratitude isn’t much good to anyone.” Don’t be silent. Rather, be good to your neighbors and join them in sending INSiGHT a note telling what stirs your gratitude. It will prompt their gratitude. And, since gratitude generates joy, you will have helped them. Send emails to; penned messages go to mailbox C-141.

Power Chair Donation: John Looser is donating a Quantum 6 power chair, with new batteries, to any military veteran residing at Fairhaven. If you are interested in the power chair, please see Nancy (at the reception desk) or Mary Boyer for more information. If there are multiple veterans interested, a name will be drawn. The selected candidate will be assessed and trained by the rehab staff. Once assessment and training are completed, transfer of the chair will take place. If you have any questions, feel free to call John Looser at ext. 5015 or Danielle LaVere (Occupational therapist in the Rehab department) at ext. 1772.

Art Exhibit Wall-hung Christmas Decorations: If you have or would like to make any wall-hanging Christmas art for display starting November 28, please contact Margy Zabriskie, ext. 8407.

More Scams: One that recurs is a phone call from “Your Electric Company,” which says they have overbilled your account and want to pay you back.

Another scam phone call is that the warranty on your car is about to expire and they can give you a new one, even if your warranty expired many years ago.

We have been letting you know of the latest scams for the past few months. We have alerted you about emails from Comcast, BB&T, CVS, and what looks to be other residents (which are not really from other residents). The latest scam is someone calling and saying they are a police officer. He engages in a very long conversation, building the victim’s trust, then he asks for their social security number. After they give him that, he asks that they go and buy gift cards. Once he gets someone’s social security number, he can open accounts in their name and possibly steal their identity. We cannot stress enough the importance of not giving out any personal information to anyone over the phone, through email, or by mail.

To report fraud and get support, the National Elder Fraud Hotline can be reached at 833-372-8311, or at

COMCAM Office Hours are Back!
We have received the Executive Director’s permission to restart COMCAM Office Hours. For those folks who are new to Fairhaven, COMputer & CAMera Office Hours are a time when you can request one-on-one help with questions and/or problems with all your electronic gadgets. We do not guarantee that we can answer your questions or fix your problems, but we will certainly try.

Due to the pandemic, Office Hours will operate somewhat differently now than in the past. Instead of having fixed hours where you could simply arrive, we will now operate by appointment only. To make an appointment, please email Don Stevens-Rayburn at (preferred) or call ext. 3084 and we will set up a time to meet. In your email, please describe your problem as fully as possible as it may be possible to resolve your problem by return email.

Meetings will occur in the Resident Computer Lab on the ground floor of the Beasman Center or in your own cottage or apartment. For each appointment, a COMCAM volunteer tech will meet a single resident and masks must be worn.

News from the Sales and Marketing Team: The New Neighbors Program — Earn $2,500 for every friend who moves in! Help keep your community strong, vibrant, and filled with your favorite people. Imagine if your friends also lived here so you could share the Acts Fairhaven lifestyle together.

It is easy to do with our resident referral program. Just encourage friends who have not yet contacted the community to come experience our lifestyle firsthand.

For every person you refer, we’ll enter you into a quarterly drawing to win an Amazon Echo. If your friends move into an Acts community, you will receive a one-time credit to your monthly fee for $2,500. (Only friends who have not contacted the community previously are eligible.)

Write the name of a friend on a referral card.  Submit your card to the Move-in Coordinator, Lisa Gambardella.

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Receiving Bulletins: If you received bulletins and notices via email but you would prefer to receive a hard copy, please notify Mary Boyer at ext. 3809 so a green dot can be placed on your mailbox.

Morning newspapers: If you do not receive your morning newspaper you may call 443-692-9011 by 10 a.m. and they will deliver your paper that day.

Mail: If you receive mail that does not belong to you, please drop it in the secure cabinet behind the Resource Desk on the ground floor; there is a slot on the top. Also, if you notice that you have someone else’s mail after you return home, please bring it back. Because this is US Mail, we must return it to our mail carrier to lock it in the correct mailbox.

Transportation and Shopping:
Shopping trips have resumed with new protocols. You must sign up for the shopping trips at the Main Reception Desk (Nancy ext. 8800). Transportation services have returned with a maximum occupancy of 25% of vehicle/bus capacity. Sign-up sheets will be used, as well as oversight from the staff to assist with extra cleaning, the maintenance of social distancing, and mask wearing.

Important Notice Regarding BB&T Bank: Cheryl Wheeler and Sandy Womer are still working out of the Mt. Airy Branch. If you need to call them, their phone number is 1-301-829-5420. If you need to mail a deposit, the address is 443 E. Ridgeville Blvd., Mt. Airy, MD 21771.

A Note from the Main Reception Desk: If you will not be eating a meal at Fairhaven, please call ext. 8800 daily by 3:00 p.m. so your name can be placed on the “No-Meal” check list.

FRA Board Members’ Phone Numbers:
It is still very helpful to call or e-mail questions to the FRA officers before noon on Tuesday so that they have time to compile and organize the questions. Here are e-mail addresses and house phone numbers:

President: Ellen Baker, ext. 3089
Vice President: Joan Higbee, ext. 8470
Secretary: Barbara Clagett , ext. 3185
Treasurer: Norm Desmarais, ext. 3118

Worship Services

November 20 (Friday) 4:30 Special Zoom Shabbat Gathering with Rabbi Amy Scheinerman. If you would like to join this group, please call ext. 3888 by 3:00. All are welcome!

November 20 (Friday) 2:00 & 7:00 Heaven is for Real A real life story about Todd Burpo, the father whose son, Colton, claims to have visited heaven during a near death experience. Colton, with childlike innocence, speaks matter of fact and in great detail of his amazing journey to heaven, including meeting relatives for the first time who had died long before his birth. Starring Actor Greg Kinnear, Oscar nominee.

November 22 (Sunday) Pentecost 24 – Televised Service

10:30       Church Service Prelude – Special Music 

11:00       Christ the King Sunday Service with The Rev. Wayne Larson, Senior Chaplain and Guest preacher, The Rev. Carol Burnside.  With musician Ann Davis and soloist, Lori Ramser. Televised on Fairhaven Channel 971.  Sunday’s Televised Bulletin can be picked up at the resource desk, or the reading room next to front desk, or Johnzies Lounge.

Thanks for your gifts of support for Spiritual Life at Fairhaven.  Offerings can be turned in to Nancy at the main reception desk; envelopes are available if needed.

November 25 (Wednesday) 40th Annual Fairhaven Thanksgiving Eve Service – Televised on Channel 971 at 3:30. Featuring special speaker Dr. Derrick Matthews, Medical Missionary to Tanzania- Lutheran and Catholic Medical Missions (son of resident LaMoyne Cooper) with musician Ann Davis and soloist Lori Ramser.

November 27 (Friday) 4:30 Special Zoom Shabbat Gathering with Rabbi Amy Scheinerman.  If you would like to join this group, please call ext. 3888 by 3:00. All are welcome.

November 27 (Friday) 2:00 & 7:00 Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the WardrobeAn epic and entertaining adventure by C.S Lewis that tells the story of the struggle between good and evil, Aslan and the wicked witch.  It is an allegory of Christ and the Devil, the Kingdom of God and the fallen/imperfect world.

 November 29 (Sunday) First Sunday of Advent 

10:30       Church Service Prelude – Special Music 

11:00       Worship Service – Guest officiant and preacher The Rev. Carol Burnside.  Musician Ann Davis and soloist Lori Ramser- Televised on Fairhaven Channel 971.

December 3 (Thursday) 12:15 Bible Study Series Channel 971 

December 4 (Friday) 4:30 Special Zoom Shabbat Gathering with Rabbi Amy Scheinerman. If you would like to join this group, please call ext. 3888 by 3:00.  All are welcome.

December 4 (Friday) 2:00 & 7:00 Chronicles of Narnia: The Prince CaspianSecond part of an epic adventure by C.S Lewis that tells the story of the struggle between good and evil, Aslan and the wicked witch. The Chronicles of Narnia series is an allegory of Christ and the Devil, the Kingdom of God and the fallen/imperfect world.

Culinary Services

November 26 (Thursday) Thanksgiving Day

Lunch Service will be a traditional Thanksgiving menu, served at the noon meal in the Beasman Dining Room, pick up at Beasman Bistro, and home deliveries.

Reservation times for the Beasman Dining Room are: 11:30 a.m., noon, 12:30 p.m., 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Seating is limited at each time slot.

Reservations are required for everyone. Please call ext. 4000 to make your reservation. Your reservation is not confirmed until you receive a call back confirming your table and time.

The Thanksgiving menu being served is as follows:

Butternut Squash & Apple Bisque
Fall Harvest Salad

Your choice of:

Slow Roasted Turkey with Gravy
Maple Glazed Ham with Pan Gravy

All meals served with the following sides:

Mashed Potatoes
Sautéed Green Beans
Glazed Sweet Potatoes
House Made Stuffing
Dilled Carrots

Choice of Pie:


*Copper Kettle Grill will be closed.

*Beasman Bistro is OPEN for Breakfast & Lunch service.

No evening meal will be served this day, but for those wishing to have an evening meal, box lunches will be available. Please return your pre-ordered boxed lunch form to dining services by Wednesday, November 25. Boxed lunches are to be picked up in the Beasman Bistro by 2:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.

*NEW–Changes to our Restaurant Reservation Process! Based on resident feedback we are changing the timing of when you can make a reservation for Beasman Dining Room and Copper Kettle.

Beginning on Sunday, November 22, you will be able to make your reservations starting at 4:00 p.m. the day before.

You may call ext. 4000 or email in your restaurant reservation to This way you no longer need to get up early to ensure that you get a reservation. Call backs to confirm your reservation will still be made the morning of your reservation.

Library Announcements

Fairhaven Library is open with some changes; it is open on evenings and weekends, as well as regular daytime hours. Face masks are required. Residents must sign in and out. The newspaper room remains closed, and newspapers are not available.

Thank You

Thank you, to all the residents who generously donated items for the first annual Employees Only Christmas Shopping Day on November 13.  It was an impressive display and made many employees happy! —The staff of the Treasure Shop

Quote of the Week

“Work is love made visible.”
― Kahlil Gibran

Happy Birthday

November 25 – Antoinette Bryant
November 27 – Donald Mackey
November 28 – Dolores Smith, Dale Bucks, Nancy Stein
November 29 – Dorothy Stokvis
November 30 – Margaret McQuay
December 1 – Jeanette Wyllie, Michael Carr
December 2 – Carole Cheatham
December 3 – Francis Wobber
December 4 – Martha Clement

In Loving Memory

Mr. Patrick McCormick
October 11, 1929–November 12, 2020

Mr. Henry Long
March 31, 1946–November 13, 2020

Mr. Frank Fellenz
January 3, 1935–November 17, 2020

All submissions for the next Friday Bulletin are due to Ricki Hunsinger no later than Tuesday at 11 a.m. Email your submissions to We are sorry, but we cannot accept late submissions.

Calendar of Activities: Week of November 22, 2020

Channel 970 airs activities, menus, & announcements non-stop; they are read aloud 9:30 a.m. weekdays.

Sunday, November 22

10:30 CH 971 Music Prelude
11:00 CH 971 Worship Service
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Mystic River

Monday, November 23

9:00 CH 971 Exercise for Arthritis DVD
9:00 LGTN Maple Residents-Update Photos
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:30 FSR Caregiver Meet & Greet
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Poirot: Hercule Poirot’s Christmas
3:00 M&G Comparative Religion (limit 20)

Tuesday, November 24

9:00 CH 971 Yoga-Strength & Balance DVD
9:00 LGTN Oak Residents-Update Photos
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Stepmom

Wednesday, November 25

9:00 CH 971 Yoga for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12) CANCELED
10:45 CH 971, AUD Music Listeners
3:30 CH 971 Thanksgiving Eve Service
4:00 Grab n Go Social Hour – Beasman Lounge
5:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Thursday, November 26

Happy Thanksgiving

9:00 CH 971 T’ai Chi: Joy Thru Movement DVD
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Miracle on 34th Street
3:00 CHPL Rosary

Friday, November 27

9:00 CH 971 Muscle Toning DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12) CANCELED
11:00 Introduction to Yoga DVD
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
4:00 Grab n Go Social Hour in Beasman Lounge
4:30 Zoom Shabbat Gathering

Saturday, November 28

1:30 AUD Fairhaven Opera: Dr. Atomic
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Snowy River, Vol. 2

Calendar of Activities: Week of November 29, 2020

Channel 970 airs activities, menus, & announcements non-stop; they are read aloud 9:30 a.m. weekdays.

Sunday, November 29

10:30 CH 971 Music Prelude
11:00 CH 971 Worship Service
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Air Force One

Monday, November 30

9:00 CH 971 Exercise for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Agatha Christie’s Murder at the Gallop
3:00 M&G Comparative Religion (limit 20)

Tuesday, December 1

9:00 CH 971 Yoga-Strength & Balance DVD
10:00 CH 971, AUD Better Balance and Fall Prevention (live)
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Absolute Power

Wednesday, December 2

9:00 CH 971 Yoga for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:45 CH 971, AUD Music Listeners
11:00 M&G Muscle Toning
11:00 Resource Desk: Chat with a Therapist
1:30 CH 971, AUD Town Hall Meeting
2:30 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Night of the Warrior
4:00 Grab n Go Social Hour – Beasman Lounge

Thursday, December 3

9:00 CH 971 T’ai Chi: Joy Thru Movement DVD
12:00 CH 970 Bible Study: Max Lucado Check-in
12:15 CH 971 Bible Study: What’s So Amazing About Grace?
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Christmas Vacation
3:00 CHPL Rosary

Friday, December 4

9:00 CH 971 Muscle Toning DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:00-2:00 Treasure Shop Christmas Sale
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning (live)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
4:00 Grab n Go Social Hour in Beasman Lounge
4:30 Zoom Shabbat Gathering

Saturday, December 5

2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Snowy River, Vol.3

ART Thai Studio
AUD Auditorium
CER Ceramics Rm
CHPL Chapel
COX Thai Rm
CRD Card Rm
CRFT Crafts Rm
FSR Fireside Rm
LGTN Leighton Rm
LNGE Beasman Lounge
M&G Music & Game Room
RT COM Resident Computer Room
SSO Social Services Office
UPL Uplands Lounge

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