Friday Bulletin

March 26, 2021


We are now in Phase 3 of reopening. For all events where audiences are permitted, attendance is now limited according to room capacity.

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. Please submit a new Room Reservation form to Mary Boyer, since the programs are limited in attendance by COVID regulations and setups may be different.

Please remember to wear a mask.

Upcoming Events

March 26 (Friday) 10:00 CH 971, AUD
FRA Board Meeting: The meeting will be held in the auditorium and televised for residents on CH 971. Since attendance in the Auditorium is still limited to Board members only, if you have any questions you would like addressed, please call Joan Higbee at ext. 8470, or visit her in the FRA Conference room on Tuesday morning.

March 26 (Friday) & April 3 (Saturday) 10:00–2:00
Treasure Shop Easter Sale: Hoppity-hop to the Treasure Shop. We have a multitude of bunnies, chicks, and eggs. There are a lot of other different kinds of Easter decorations, including wreaths and baskets with grass.  There are also some fine religious items in stock including a “Last Supper” tapestry. Clearance—all lamps half price through April 30.
Shoppers must be vaccinated and masked. Gloves and registration are no longer required. Limit of 4 socially distanced shoppers at a time.

March 26 (Friday) 10:15 M&G
Total Brain Health: The next lesson in the Total Brain Health Memory 1.0 Series will be “The A.M. Principle: Attention,” (Lesson 8) which covers the A.M. Principle and how we can learn to pay better attention. (Limit 15.) There will be no Total Brain Health class on Good Friday, April 2.

*NEW–Hand & Foot: March 26 (Fridays) 6:30–9:00 pm, Leighton Room
Hand & Foot: Will take place on Fridays from 6:30 pm–9:00 pm in the Leighton Room. Anyone interested in learning how to play, contact Joy Barker at ext. 8444.

March 27 (Saturday) 7:00 pm M&G
Bingo: Will be held every Saturday night beginning March 20 in the Music & Game Room at 7:00 pm. The cost to play is $1.00 per card. Paper cards and markers will be supplied to you. Limited to first 15 residents.

*NEW–Great Decisions will be CANCELED this week
GREAT DECISIONS EASTER WEEK BREAK: Great Decisions will not take place during the week of March 29 to April 2 in observance of the Easter Holiday. Instead, the last two topics on the “Role of the WHO” (World Health Organization) and “The End of Globalization” will be held during the following weeks of April 5 to 9 and April 12 to 16, respectively. The weekly times for showing of the Monday/Wednesday TV DVDs and the Friday Great Decision Live will not change for these final sessions.  

March 29 (Monday) 10:00 CH 970
THRIVE Screens Replay: The THRIVE Screens presentation from 2/25 was recorded and will be replayed at the following time on CH 970: Monday, March 29, 10 am.

March 29 (Monday) 3:00 M&G
Comparative Religion: “Do We Have Free Will?”: This new course, on Mondays at 3:00 consists of video lectures from different sources and opportunities for class discussion. Most of us think that we are free agents capable of exercising what we perceive as the freedom to decide, to act, to plan, to behave according to our values, etc. This view however is currently challenged by many philosophers, scientists, and other thinkers who maintain that our actions are determined by the laws of physics and influences from our past, and therefore the perception of having free will is only an illusion. The absence of free will poses ethical problems of moral responsibility, and theological problems as well. (Limit 15).

March 29 (Monday) 4:30 M&G
Fairhaven Wii Bowling Spring League begins in March: A new Wii Bowling League will begin on Monday, March 29th in the Music and Game Room. Teams of 4 will compete on Mondays and Tuesdays, for 9 weeks (until May 25) with the matches starting at 4:30 PM.
If you are interested in registering a team or want to participate and need help forming/joining a team, please register with Sam Yurko, Fitness Trainer, either by emailing or by filling out and submitting a team registration form. Individual and team registration forms are available on the Resource Desk. The Wii Bowling Schedule and Game Rules will be posted on the bulletin board outside the Music and Game Room.

*NEW–March 30 (Tuesday) 12:00 CH 971, AUD
Wellness Chat–Benefits of Good Sleep: Everyone knows that a good night’s sleep is important for overall health and well-being.  Did you know, the way you spend your day affects how well you sleep at night? Join Holly Kilby, Fairhaven’s Certified Nurse Practitioner to learn how a “well-spent day” can lead to restful, restorative, refreshing sleep. (Limit 20; sign up at front desk.)

March 30 (Tuesday) 6:00 pm CH 970
March Wellness Chat: Personalize Your Plate: The USDA continually updates their recommendations and guidelines based on research on the role that diet plays in disease management and health promotion. The most recent guidelines were released in December of 2020. Join Emily Bergey, Acts Northeast Regional Dietician, for a review of the most current USDA guidelines and simple ways you can “Personalize Your Plate” so you will get the greatest health benefits while eating the foods you enjoy. 32 minutes.

*NEW–March 31 (Wednesday) 10:45 AUD
Music Listeners: “Love Letters” (Rescheduled from a previous date) Come see the Baltimore Symphony in a video concert entitled, “Love Letters.” Composers have written passionate love letters through their works for centuries. Learn about the love stories behind the music, including Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, a birthday present to his second wife; the fourth movement of Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, a love poem to his wife; Elgar’s Sospiri, a passionate piece dedicated to his long-time friend, violinist W.H. Reed; and Sibelius’ Rakastava (The Lover), inspired by a Finnish poem about a muse. Members of the BSO share their personal love stories bound together by the Orchestra. (Limit 20; sign up at reception desk by calling ext. 8800. Also, on CH 971).

March 31 (Wednesday) 1:00–2:00 Resource Desk
Chat with a Rehab Therapist: Now EVERY WEEK! Wondering if outpatient therapy is right for you? Did you miss a rehab presentation, and would like some information or handouts? Want to know how to THRIVE? Come chat with one of our skilled physical, occupational, or speech therapists about any topic that interests you! And, as always, dial ext. 1772 for all your rehab therapy needs. The Fairhaven Therapy Team is here to serve you at the gym, outside, or in the comfort of your home!

March 31 (Wednesday) 1:00–3:00 M&G
Bridge: Will be held every Wednesday beginning March 31 in the Music & Game Room. Limited to 15 residents.

*NEW–March 31 (Wednesday) 3:00–5:00 Leighton Room
Rummikub: Begins today! Anyone interested in learning how to play, contact Joy Barker at ext. 8444.

April 1 (Thursday) 11:00 Beasman Dining Room
Passover Seder and Lunch: Rabbi Amy Scheinerman will conduct a model seder where we each partake of the symbolic foods that help us retell the story of the exodus of the Israelites from bondage in Egypt to freedom. This family celebration has been performed all over the world for more than 2500 years. After the seder, if you wish, you may choose to enjoy a traditional Passover meal as your meal of the day. Everyone is welcome. Please sign up at the front desk for the seder and indicate if you also wish to have the meal.

April 1 (Thursday) 12:15 CH 971
Bible Study: The Bible Study program will be shown on CH 971— “When God Doesn’t Fix It.” Max Lucado check-ins will still show at noon on CH 970.

April 1 (Thursday) 1:30 M&G
Bell Ringers has started back up and will be meeting weekly at this time and location.

April 1 (Thursday) 7:00 pm CH 971
The Fairhaven Players: “The King’s Supper”: This is a special Holy Week presentation by Fairhaven residents performing Dorothy L. Sayer’s “The King’s Supper” from her 1941 radio play The Man Born to be King. The cast is:

Bill Bleam John, Simon, Captain
Betsy Bucks Claudia
Dale Bucks Matthew, James the Lesser, Pilate
Mike Carr Judas
Ross Farquharson Thomas
Gordon Huggins Andrew, Caiaphis
Margo McPhillips Evangelist
Dick Moller Jesus
Harold Rempert James
Phil Remsberg Philip, Nathanael, Annas
Jim Sandburg Jude, Secretary
Max Wiener Peter
Michael Cross Audio
Margy Zabriskie Coordinating Director

The play captures the essence of the Last Supper and the events leading up to Good Friday. Come join us for this special event on Maundy Thursday at 7 PM on CH 971 ONLY. This is a radio play, not a play you see in person.

*NEW–April 2 (Friday) GOOD FRIDAY HOLIDAY: This is a holiday for most Fairhaven staff. There will be no housekeeping services on this day. The US Postal Service is open and in operation on this day.

April 2 (Friday) 10:00 Leighton Room
Book Club RESCHEDULED DUE TO HOLIDAY: April’s Book Club selection will be The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson. This Book Club meeting has been rescheduled to April 9 (Friday) at 10:00 in the Fairhaven Library.

*NEW–April 2 (Friday) 1:30 Beasman Lounge
Cribbage: Cribbage card games will start again and continue each Friday thereafter as long as there is interest and enough players. Minimum players needed are two! New players who want to learn are welcome! If you have any questions, contact John Ramsden at ext. 8481.

*NEW–April 3 (Saturday) 2:00 CH 971
The FRA’s Concert Committee
is happy to announce that Bob Boguslaw and his classical Rock Creek Trio will be returning to Fairhaven, this time virtually on in-house TV. The program will consist of music by Brahms and Mozart for piano, violin, and cello.  Be sure to tune in for a wonderful musical treat.

*NEW–April 7 (Wednesday) 1:30 CH 971
Town Hall Meeting: Town Hall with Lon Kieffer will take place in the Auditorium and will be televised on CH 971. If you miss the meeting, it can be viewed at

*NEW–April 8 (Thursday) 9:30-1:00
Trips to Town Mall of Westminster: Trips will resume the second Thursday of every month. The bus will leave the library/Art Studio entrance at 9:30 and will leave the mall around 1:00. Registration is required. Sign up at the Main Reception desk.

*NEW–April 9 (Friday) 9:00-2:30
Trip to Clarksburg Outlets (Montgomery County): Please sign up at the main reception desk. Limit of 15 people. Registration is March 26-April 7 at the main reception desk. On the day of the trip, please take your cell phone with you for all trips so we can reach you if needed. Give your cell phone number to the receptionist when you sign up.
See the list of planned 2021 trips here.

*NEW–April 12 (Monday)
Residents’ Photo Gallery: 
The next exhibit of photographs made by Fairhaven residents will be displayed on Monday, April 12. The subject/theme/challenge for April is “National Parks.” 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:
April – National Parks
May – Recreation – doing what you enjoy…
June – My best picture… in association with the Ruth Dodge Art Gallery
Please suggest themes! We are gathering ideas for themes for the year beginning in September 2021. If you have an idea for a monthly theme, please let me know. Send Don Stevens-Rayburn an email at or call and leave a message (ext. 3084). The only restriction is that the theme should not be too specific.

Spring Fairhaven Walking Groups begin April 13 on Tuesdays and Thursdays:
10:00 Tuesdays, Trail Blazers:
 A low-to moderate-intensity, 30–45-minute hike through Fairhaven’s groomed trails with periodic, informative stops. Hikes are passionately led by resident trail expert, Allen Brougham. Recommended for most fitness levels and abilities but not for those who rely on rollators or chairs.
10:00 Thursdays, Garden Strollers: A low-intensity, 20–30-minute stroll around campus with periodic, informative stops while learning about residential and common gardens and horticulture. Recommended for all levels & abilities, including mobility impaired.
The primary meeting location will be the Mall Lane covered walkway. We will begin each session with stretching and balance practice. Masks are required to be worn while maintaining social distancing. If you have questions or would like to register, please contact Sam, Fitness Trainer, at ext. 1396 or

*NEW–April 14 (Wednesday) 9:30 AUD
Fairhaven Golf: Fairhaven Golf Season is coming. We play on Wednesday mornings at 9:30. Please click here to see the flyer with more details.

April 14 (Wednesday) 1:00–3:00 AUD
Community Garden Updates: Community gardeners will discuss raised beds, tilling, planning the tomato contest, and the plant sale. If you have any questions, please contact Jo Ann Russo at ext. 8403, John Kwedar ext. 3134, or Sue Aldape ext. 3005.
We have ordered winter and summer vegetables, and these can be purchased for a dollar each (per plant). The winter vegetables are cabbage and broccoli and should be available for sale around March 24. The summer vegetables are tomatoes, cucumbers, butternut squash, eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, and peppers. The summer vegetables should be available in early May. There will be a sign-up sheet outside of the Music and Games room. Sales will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The plants come from Sharp’s at Waterford Farm.
For this year’s tomato contest, we will offer two tomato plants for free to those who would like to participate. The varieties are Cherokee Purple and Mortgage Lifter. Please call John Kwedar at ext. 3134 if you would like to enter the contest.

*NEW–April 14 (Wednesday) 7:15pm AUD
Performing Arts: Performing Arts are having The Ukulele Brothers as their first entertainment of 2021. Harvey Feldman (who many of you know) will be playing the baritone ukulele, as well as singing a number of the songs, while Roland Dorsey will accompany him on a ukulele bass. Together they have put together a nostalgic list of tunes from the ’20s, ’30s, ’40s and ’50s made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, and many other favorites of ours. (If interested in attending, please sign up with Nancy at the reception desk. There will be socially distanced seating, and masks will be required.)

April 15 (Thursday) 3:00 Leighton Room
Cervantes’ Don Quixote: a lecture by Marianne Strong. This major work stands at the junction of a world of belief and faith and an emerging world of science, reason, and materialism. Our discussion will focus on the adventures of Don Quixote that illustrate this change of world view and that portray the pros and cons of each. Our discussion will debate Quixote as a tragic or a comic hero and define the qualities that have made him so enduring a hero. We will read key selections in class. If you wish to read on your own, you might try the following: Walter Starkie’s abridged version. The following chapters are key: I, III, IV, VII.

April 20 (Tuesday) 10:00 Leighton Room
Third Tuesday Discussion (Topic to be determined): These interesting programs on all manner of topics are usually no longer than 45 minutes with some time for questions afterward. Residents, as well as outside speakers who are friends of residents, will be presenting. If you would like to share with other residents an interest, hobby, or experience you have had, please call Marcia Poling at ext. 3208. (Limit 16; sign up at reception desk by calling ext. 8800.)

*NEW–April 27 (Thursday) 7:15 pm AUD
A Zoom lecture on Immigration will be presented featuring Mary C. Waters, PVK Professor of Arts and Sciences and the John L. Loeb Professor of Sociology at Harvard University.  Mary has taught at the university since 1986 and is presently co-directing the RISK Project which is a study of the physical and mental health of survivors of hurricane Katrina.  With a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, Waters has received numerous awards due to her many books and articles pertaining to immigration. The topic she will address to us deals with immigration – what works and what needs fixing. This is obviously a pertinent subject in today’s news.
To attend this lecture please sign up at the main reception desk. Limit of 20 allowed; this lecture can also be viewed on CH 971.


*NEW–Special Town Hall Q&A Link: If you missed the Special Town Hall that took place on March 23, it can be viewed at the following link:

*NEW–Palm Sunday: If you would like to make palm crosses for Palm Sunday for the Health Center and others, please contact Margy Zabriskie at ext. 8407.

*NEW–EASTER flowers: Those who would like to make gifts in memory of loved ones for Easter Sunday may put a note naming the loved ones with their check or money in an envelope, clearly marked “Memorial Flowers.”  Place it in the FRA box near the Library door before noon on Wednesday, March 31. Following the service bulbs will be planted around the campus.

*NEW–Annual Outside Water Turn-On is Scheduled for April 8, 2021: The outside hose bibs and car wash hydrants will have the water turned on for the season. All units will be entered to turn on the valves. Residents do not need to be present when this work takes place. We will not be able to make appointments for this process but will be working in sections of the community in teams to complete this process in a timely manner. We would ask that residents please move items in the closets that may be blocking the valves. These valves are, generally speaking, in the closet with the hot water heater. Thank you for your cooperation in this project.

Emotional Well-Being and Mental Health Resource Committee: Handouts related to sleep issues may be found on the Resource Desk in the Beasman Center and in the Uplands Lounge.

The 2020 Fairhaven Scrapbook of events has arrived! It is in book format, produced with Shutterfly, and may be found on the glass table in the Beasman Lounge. Please do not remove it from this area. Many thanks to Phil Remsberg for his work on this project and continuing work on one for 2021!

Seeking White Matelasse Bedspread: If you own a white Matelasse bedspread in full bed size or larger that you no longer use, please consider donating it for special use. You may contact Margy Zabriskie at ext. 8407 or Elaine Fritz ext. 3046 for more information. They will be happy to pick it up at your door.

Microsoft Security Scam: If you receive an email from “Microsoft Security” informing you that your computer and all other devices have been hacked, this is a scam. The scammers will say that personal information has been obtained that puts your assets at risk, and a phone number to call will be included. Do not call this number or any other phone number that you might receive in an email. If you feel that there is a security breach on any of your accounts, contact Microsoft or the appropriate company directly. Even if the email appears official, it still might be a scam.

Vaccine Cards:  If you have received your vaccine, please stop by the Reception Desk to pick up your vaccine card.

Men’s Poker: Men’s Poker has started again every Monday and Wednesday in the Card Room (over by the Uplands elevator-1st floor) at 1:00.  If you wish to join, please call Bill Chatterton at ext. 3203.

Please protect our Fairhaven Steinway Grand Piano! It was recently damaged both on the side and on the top of the piano. The piano must be kept on the stage of the Beasman auditorium and kept plugged into the electric wall plug at all times.
Please obey the sign on the piano that says: “Please do not put anything on the piano.” Also, do not bang anything against the piano’s side.
If you want to play the Steinway piano, obtain permission from the main reception area by calling Nancy at ext. 8800.

COMCAM and the Ruth Dodge Art Gallery team Up: This summer, COMCAM (Computers and Cameras Group) and the Ruth Dodge Art Gallery are sponsoring a combined show of photographs by both residents and staff of Fairhaven. We are soliciting framed photographs of any size from 8” x 10” up to 18” x 24” on any subject that you wish. Photographs will be hung both in the Art Gallery on the brick wall and on the COMCAM Photo Wall outside the Fitness Center.
The first set of photos will be hung on Monday, June 14. If we get enough response, the display will be swapped out and a second set of photographs will be hung on Monday, July 26; otherwise, we will leave the original photos up all summer.
Please begin looking through your photograph collection for suitable pictures to enter the exhibition. Remember that the LaFollette Memorial Digital Photo Studio can print your digital photographs in sizes up to 13” x 19” for a nominal fee.
Both Fairhaven residents and staff are encouraged to submit photographs for this exhibition!

Notice—Craft and Ceramic Rooms: Recently the doors to the Craft Room and the Ceramics Room have been found open on several occasions with no one in either of those rooms. Both rooms contain valuable equipment and should not be left unlocked when not in use. For anyone who is using or going in those rooms, PLEASE remember to lock them when you leave. Thank you.

Acts Fairhaven Renovation Presentation: If you missed the proposed renovations meeting, here is a link to view it:

Acts Legacy Foundation News/Contributions: If you made a contribution to support Fairhaven in 2020 – including to Spiritual Life – you should have recently received a letter signed by Richard Winter. This letter is a cumulative summary of your contributions for the year for your tax records. Please note that contributions made in the form of charitable gift annuities, securities, IRA qualified charitable distributions, donor-advised funds, and in-kind gifts are receipted separately from the letter you received. We are grateful to each resident who made a generous contribution to support Fairhaven in 2020. If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Caitlin Christ, Regional Foundation Director at (410) 970-2089 or

Scams: We have been letting you know of the latest scams for the past few months. We cannot stress enough the importance of not giving out any personal information to anyone over the phone, through email, or by mail. Using some issue that the scammer believes you will respond to, he/she may ask for social security number or credit card number, etc. They will try to build your trust. If they get your social security number, they can open accounts in their name and possibly steal your identity. Be suspicious of these calls.
To report fraud and get support, the National Elder Fraud Hotline can be reached at 833-372-8311, or at

COMCAM Office Hours: Due to the pandemic, Office Hours operate by appointment only. To make an appointment, email Don Stevens-Rayburn at (preferred) or call x3084 to 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, Don or another techie will meet a single resident and masks must be worn.

Sales and Marketing Team’s 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 receive bulletins and notices via email, but you would prefer to receive a hard copy, 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:
You must sign up for the shopping trips at the Main Reception Desk (Nancy ext. 8800). With Phase 3 of Covid-19 response, transportation services will return to normal operations; social distancing will be accommodated as much as possible for those who request it. Masks must be worn!

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.

Worship Services

March 26 (Friday) Lenten Program
4:30  Stations of the Cross—Chapel—Sign up at front desk required; Limited seating
5: 15  Fellowship Dinner—Fireside Room—Sign up required at front desk; 15 maximum 

March 26 (Friday) 2:00 & 7:00  Faith in Action Lenten Film Series “Shadowlands” This is the true love story of C.S. Lewis (Cambridge professor and author of Narnia series), who being a long-time confirmed bachelor, falls in love with the most unlikely person— a feisty, Jewish, divorced American woman, Joy Gresham—mother of one son.  Starring Anthony Hopkins and Debra Winger.

March 26 (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.

March 28 (Sunday)  Palm Sunday Service
10:30  Prelude
11:00  Service – The Rev. Carol Burnside – CH 971

April 1 (Thursday) 7:00 pm  Maundy Thursday play “The King’s Supper” on CH 971 ONLY

April 2 (Friday)  Good Friday Service
1:30  Prelude
2:00  Service – The Rev. Carol Burnside –CH 971 ONLY

April 4 (Sunday) 11:00  Easter Sunday Service – The Rev. Richard McCullough – CH 971 ONLY

Culinary Services

April 4 (Sunday) Easter Day: We will be serving a special Easter Day menu, served as a NOON meal in the Beasman Dining Room, Beasman Bistro and for home deliveries.

Reservation Times for the Beasman Dining Room are: 11:30 am, 12:00 pm, 12:30 pm, & 1:00 pm, Seating is limited at each time slot.

Reservations are required for everyone. We will start accepting reservations starting Friday, March 26. Please call ext. 4000 to make your reservation. Your reservation is not confirmed until you receive a call back confirming your table and time.

Copper Kettle Grill is CLOSED this day.

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 Friday, April 2. Boxed lunches are to be picked up in the Beasman Bistro by 2:00 pm on Easter Day.

Library Announcements

Federal Tax Forms. If you need hard copies of tax forms that you cannot find in the library, they can be found and printed at:
The library does not receive state tax forms from Maryland. For Maryland state tax forms, please visit the following link and print out your forms:
The deadline for filing federal taxes in 2021 is May 17. Maryland state tax deadline has been moved to July 15.

Newspapers are back in the reading room and are available to be read during weekdays after 9:30 a.m. Reminder: The library’s newspapers are purchased by the FRA and are meant to be kept in the library.


Quote of the Week

“For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.”
– Virginia Woolf

Thank You

A big thank you to all residents who donated jewelry to the Treasure Shop. Seeing lovely new necklaces, bracelets, and earrings is a pleasure. –Joy Barker

Welcome New Residents

Leo & Sandra Kosiorek
C-109, 443-609-3155 (ext. 3155)
Arriving 04/01/2021

Happy Birthday

March 28 —  Elaine Semin
March 30 —  Audrey McGreevy
March 31 —  Anna Marie Hall
 Elizabeth Klezer
 Catherine “Kay” Hill
 Bette Klemm
 Barbara Longest
 Judy Rhoades
 Virginia Debenham
April 1 —  August “Gus” Gribbin

In Loving Memory

Mrs. Helena “Sis” Cheyne
September 26, 1928–March 19, 2021


Ms. Mary “Cass” Kearney
April 10, 1928–March 23, 2021



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 March 28, 2021

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

For events where audiences are permitted, attendance is now limited according to room capacity.

Sunday, March 28
10:30 CH 971 Music Prelude
11:00 CH 971 Worship Service
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: The Natural

Monday, March 29
9:00 CH 971 Yoga Strength and Balance DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:00 CH 970 THRIVE Screen replay
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning (live, limit 20)
1:00 CRD Men’s Poker
1:15 CH 971 Great Decisions: DVD CANCELED
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Sherlock Holmes—The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes
3:00 M&G Comparative Religion: Do We Have Free Will? (limit 15)
4:30 M&G Wii Bowling

Tuesday, March 30
9:00 CH 971 Muscle Toning DVD
10:00 M&G Better Balance and Fall Prevention (limit 15)
10:00-12:00 FRA Conf Rm FRA Office Hours
10:30–12:00 CRFT Knitters and Crocheters
11:00 CH 971 Gentle Yoga with Mo replay (contact Sam for Zoom link)
12:00 AUD, CH 971 Wellness Chat: Benefits of Good Sleep
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout (live; limit 20)
2:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Fun with Dick and Jane
4:30 M&G Wii Bowling
6:00 CH 970 Wellness Chat: Personalize Your Plate

Wednesday, March 31
9:00 CH 971 Exercise for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:15 CH 971 Great Decisions: DVD CANCELED
10:45 CH 971, AUD Music Listeners: Love Letters (limit 20)
1:00–2:00 Chat with a Therapist: Resource Desk
1:00 CRD Men’s Poker
1:00–3:00 M&G Bridge (limit 15)
2:00 COX Widowhood Support Group (limit 10)
2:30 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: Around the World in 80 Days
3:00 LGTN Rummikub

Thursday, April 1
9:00 CH 971 T’ai Chi: Joy Thru Movement DVD
10:00 CH 971, AUD Better Balance and Fall Prevention (live, limit 20)
11:00 Beasman Dining Room: Passover Seder and Lunch (registrants only)
11:00 CH 971 Gentle Yoga with Mo (limit 20)
12:00 CH 970 Bible Study: Max Lucado Check-in
12:15 CH 971 Bible Study: When God Doesn’t Fix It
1:15 CH 971, AUD Wellness Workout live (limit 20)
1:30 M&G Bell Ringers (limit 15)
2:00 CH 971 Movie: Charade
3:00 CHPL Rosary (limit 15)
7:00 CH 971 The King’s Supper (resident-led radio play)

Friday, April 2 GOOD FRIDAY
9:00 CH 971 Yoga for Arthritis DVD
9:15 Pool: Water Toning (limit 12)
10:00 LGTN Book Club CANCELED
10:15 M&G Total Brain Health: CANCELED
11:00 CH 971, AUD Muscle Toning (live, limit 20)
12:30–2:00 CRFT Quilters
1:15 CH 971, AUD Great Decisions: CANCELED discussion (limit 15)
1:30 LNGE Cribbage
1:30 CH 971 Good Friday Service Prelude
2:00 CH 971 Good Friday Service
3:00 & 7:00 CH 971 Movie: The Case for Christ
4:30 Zoom Shabbat Gathering

Saturday, April 3
10:00–2:00 Treasure Shop Easter Sale
2:00 CH 971 Bob Boguslaw Rock Creek Trio concert
7:00 CH 971 Movie: Chocolat
7:00 M&G Bingo


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