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Seniors - Emeritus Center: Sources in the Library

Library Information of interest to Senior Citizens and Emeritus Center members.

Daily Schedule

9:30 Exercise

9:45 Hidden Pictures

10:30 Mexican Bingo

11:30 Announcements

12:30 Games

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

  • Food Sanitation Training at Dallas County April 9th
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  • Esther’s Place Tour  Wednesday, April 15 ▪ 9:45 am
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  • Site Council Training at Dallas County April 21st

What is the Emeritus Center?

The Dallas County Older Adult Services Program at Mountain View College is called the Emeritus Center.

Located inside W124 (directly across from the police station), the Emeritus Center provides services to adults 60 and older between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Services provided include:

   § Lunch

   § Transportation provided to and from the Emeritus Center (within specified boundaries)

   § Field trips

   § Arts and crafts activities

   § Educational opportunities

   §  Exercises and/or Dances

If you know of someone who is interested in being a part of the Dallas County Older Adult Services Program please call 214-819-1860.

If you have questions about volunteering, service projects or including the Emeritus Center in your classroom activities, please call at 214-860-3686.

There are no fees associated with the program, although voluntary contributions are encouraged.

The Dallas County Health and Human Services Older Adult Services Program has been providing services through community senior citizen centers since 1972. Through the cooperative efforts of local churches, non-profit organizations, the Dallas Area Agency on Aging, Dallas County and surrounding municipalities, the program continues to address many of the needs of older Dallas County residents. The program offers a supportive environment where individuals age 60 and older can participate in social activities and fellowship. Activities include dances, arts and crafts, games, field trips and much more. Older adults attend to make friends, develop new interests, and remain independent. Educational presentations conducted on health and nutrition are geared toward the needs of older individuals. Free, appetizing and nutritionally balanced meals are provided to participants. Transpor- tation services are offered to and from the centers in designated service areas.

Assignment #1 - Artist Profile Research

LUNCHES

EXAMPLE ENTREES:   Turkey Pot Pie, Pepper Beef Steak, Happy Birthday Frankfurter with Chili*, Grilled Chicken Salad, Oven Fried Chicken

EXAMPLE SIDES:  Whole Kernel Corn,   Brown Gravy,  Onions/Shredded Cheese, Pasta Salad, Cold Pickled Beets, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Macaroni and Cheese, Potato Salad, Garlic Breadstick, Dinner Roll, Green Beans, Broccoli, Baked Beans, Fresh Orange, Wheat Bread, Dinner Roll, Hot Dog Bun

Marble Pudding,  Oatmeal Cream Cookie,Frosted Coconut Cake, Birthday Cake, Apple Cobbler,

Milk

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