Settled and Serving in Place
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A special demonstration of "martial arts" will be held during the Wednesday, November 19th SSIP meeting.
The teacher is Accord resident Dylan Case. Among other things, Dylan will explain martial arts as a system of calling on physical energy, when energy is needed, much of it through effective breathing and balanced body moves. The system was perfected centuries ago in the Orient-Dylan's brand is known worldwide as "Gung Fu."
Dylan leads a weekly class attuned to various levels of his students. All of us- even the young and timid as well as the older and less rugged-can gain greater strength and physical dexterity after a few weeks of lessons. Gung Fu can be of use at every-day situations. Among a myriad of them, making deft moves through the shopping line, besides discouraging bullying in school yards.
Vivi shares information about Next Step Home, a new service of interest for our members.
Move Manager Specialists, Colleen Mountford and Tom Benton provide help for seniors looking to downsize either in their own home or moving to a new location. They specialize in helping clients with the emotional and physical aspects of the transition process.
Services they provide include:
For a Free one hour consultation, call 845-594-5913.
Mark you Calendars! On December 11th we are visiting Metropolitan Museum of Art for our Holiday Bus Trip.
Exhibiting how Cubism changed the way we see the world, this collection includes eighty works by Braque, Gris, Léger and Picasso.
El Greco in New YorkOn the 400th anniversary of El Greco's death, this panorama of his art is unrivaled outside Madrid's Prado Museum. The Frick Collection will also display its paintings.
Madame CézanneThese Cézanne portraits, at once alluring and confounding, trace his lifelong attachment to Hortense Fiquet, his wife, the mother of his only son, and his most painted model.
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Judy Deming writes,
The subject of food has so many possibilities, and our speakers covered a lot:
We really had fun with this one, as we batted around ideas and worked out details. We've gotten lots of feedback and are already thinking about next year, which will be bigger and better. We hope that some of you will join us with your ideas and help.
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Satuday, October 18th 1030am - 3:00pm Alcoa Fastening Systems, 1 Corporate Drive, Kingston NY 12401
Vivi shares a good home excersize program she found on the WNYED channel.
Sit and Be Fit is an award-winning exercise program for senior citizens and individuals with limited physical motion, that is available on video tapes and is distributed to public television stations (although not by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
It plays on the SWNYED channel at 3 PM on Monday through Friday.
SSIP Tri-County is our new branch out on Route 28 in the Margaretville area. Please tell your friends in that area about this new branch. The President is Ralph Darmstadt. You may call him at 845-254-4368 or send an email at: RedRedKill@gmail.com
Mary Jones sent a report that we have a balance of $2735.20. Our expenses since the last meeting totaled $310.00 for the following: $50.00 for dessert at our last meeting, $75.00 to the NYS Senior Action Council and $185.00 for yoga and Community Center.
New brochures are due to be printed. Florence Staats reminded us that our website should be updated. It was suggested that we pay Max to do this.
Vivi announced our October SSIP Workshop on “Food Matters” to be held on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 from 1:00PM to 3:30PM at the Rosendale Theater. There will be an afternoon panel discussion featuring the following: