CUMBERLAND SENIOR CENTERMONTHLY NEWSLETTERAPRIL 20221464 Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland RI 02864401-334-2555Mayor: Jeff Mutter Director Michael CrawleyWebsite: www.cumberlandri.orgTHE SENIOR CENTERSERVICES SENIORS 55 Connecting Seniors tocommunity services thatcan help them stay healthy& independentHOURSWe are open DailyMonday-FridayHours: 8:00am to 4:00pmClosed:Saturday & SundaySenior Center StaffSenior DirectorMichael CrawleyPhone: [email protected] 101Director’s MessageDear Members: April is National VolunteerMonth—I want to say THANK YOU to themany volunteers at the Cumberland SeniorCenter! Without your hard work and dedication this place would not be what it is today.You are proof that volunteers are people whodon’t want to be thanked for helping others,but want to thank others for giving them theopportunity to help. Why is volunteering important for seniors? Among other benefits, volunteering can reduce stress,improve mood, help prevent loneliness and lower the risk ofdeveloping high blood pressure. Volunteering can make youfeel better. Keep up the Good Work!!We will hold our Annual Volunteer Recognition Party onThursday April 28 @ 12pm Thank you MikeSocial DirectorSenior Service ManagerKaren KanePhone: [email protected] 101Admin Assistant—Debi CoiaPhone: 401-334-2555Ext. 102 Email:[email protected] Service AssistantAndrea AzevedoPhone: 401-334-2555Ext. 103Sr. Van Driver—Brian HartPhone: 401-334-2555Ext. 104Website:Www.cumberlandri.orgMembership RenewalYearly membership 8.00 Cumberland Residents 12.00 Non-ResidentsOur Mission StatementThe Cumberland Senior Center is a caring center committedto providing an array of quality services to Enrich & Educateour senior citizens. We encourage all individuals to achievea lifestyle in which they can remain an active and productive member of the community. We are responsive to theneeds of our senior citizens & offer up-to-date quality oflife programs and encourage all members to participate.

What’s New!April ClosingsBlood PressureClinics are BACK!3rd Friday of themonth startingFriday May 20Sponsored by: Mount Saint RitaHealth CenterFriday April 15 we will close 1/2day for Good FridayNew Arts and CraftsClass meets the 1stTuesday of the Month12:30pm-1:30PMStarts Tuesday April 5Anyone for PICKLEBALL?Yes, that is right we willstart playing pickleballMondays @1pm—StartsApril 4GARDENHELPWe need helpwith the vegetable garden in the back of thesenior center. If you would likeHELP please join us. The gardenswill be tended by the groupwhen it is convenient . All Vegetables grown at the centerare shared with the members.We are always looking for HELPin our community garden— Ifyou are interested in helpingwith the gardenat the seniorcentersee Steve T orcall 334-2555The Cumberland Senior Center isCLOSED on Major State & MunicipalHolidays including: Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Years Day, MLKJr. Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day,July 4th and VJ DayFresh food boxesto help farmersand climate for2022Food Boxes worth about 20,plus recipes and storage tips forwhat's in them, will be distributed to eligible people 60 yearsand older who sign up by April15. If you would like to sign upfor a FREE FOOD BOX, please seeAndrea, Food CoordinatorLunch CafeHOT MEALS AREBACK!Our Dining room is open! We willbe offering Hot Lunches for dining in at the lunch café in theMain assembly of the Senior Center. Note: There will also be asandwich option available. Suggested Donation of 3.00 perLunchLunches must be ordered 3 daysin advance by calling Andrea,Food Service Coordinator @ 3342555 or stop in the senior centerto place your order.Monthly Menus will be in thebookcase

DAY TRIPS & TRANSPORTATIONCumberland Transportation ServicesThe Senior Center provides Transportation to andfrom the Senior Center at no charge. Also provides weekly market trips and once per monthWalmart Trip—Please callDriver Brian Hart 401-334-2555PAGE 4*State Transportation Services*MTM is the State of Rhode Island’s non-emergency medical transportation manager. MTM Arranges Rides for eligible RI Residents Call MTM At 1-855-330-9131 for NonEmergency medical appointments, therapy, cancer treatments, kidney dialysis, adult day care, physical therapy &meal site lunch. For 60 or individuals with disabilitieswho meet certain requirementsFee: 2 per trip/ 4 round trip.—Two business days prior to appointment to secure ride.RIPTA Senior & Disabled Bus PassNeed a BUS PASS? RIPTA1 Kennedy Plaza, Providence RI Call 401784-9500 Anyone interested in getting theirSenior or Disabled Bus Pass (as long as theyhave correct documentation) they will beable to receive a BUS PASS

POT of GOLD RAFFLE WINNERSJoin us every Friday PAGE 5Afternoon for BINGO!Starts @ 12:45pmThe Third Friday of theMonth is our exciting“BINGO BONANZA”By extra cards to win extra Bingo is held in main assemblyhall GOOD LUCKDon’t miss out on this fun filledafternoonJOHN & SALLY PERUApril Day TripsNotice: Once you sign your name to go on a day trip, please mark thisdate on your personal calendar as a reminder. If for some reason youare unable to attend a day trip that you have signed up for, please let asenior center staff member know as soon as possible so we can call ourwait list to fill the open spot.INSIDE THIS ISSUEDirector’s Message—Page 1FAQ’s—Page 3Transportation—Page 4Bingo & Day Trips—Page 5Fitness Schedule—Page 6Fitness Descriptions—Page 7Tech Help, Notary & Misc.—Page 8Important Phone numbers—Page 9Classes & Conv & Leagues—Page 10Member of the Month—Page 11Misc—Page 12Upcoming Events—Page 13Social Service Corner—Page 14Monthly Calendar—Page 16Iggy's Oakland BeachThursday April 7—Van leaves @ 10:45am(Lunch you are on your own)Cracker BarrellWed. April 13—Van leaves @ 11:00am(Lunch you are on your own)Thirsty BeaverTues. April 19—Van leaves @11:00am (Lunch you are on your own)Grille on 5Weds. April 27—Van leaves @11:00am (Lunch you are on your own)

FITNESSWEEKLY FITNESS SCHEDULEAll Exercise Classes are Free with Senior Center membershipMONDAY9:00am-10:00am— Mat Yoga w/Karen10:00am-11:00am—Chair Yoga w/Karen11:00am-12:00pm—Zumba w/Donna Carter1pm-2pm—BEGINNER PICKELBALL ***NEW CLASS ALERT***TUESDAY9:00am-10:00am—Line Dance w/Donna10:00am-11:00am—Body & Brain Fitness w/ Margaret10:00am-11:00am—Water Aerobics (Boys Club) ***TBDWEDNESDAY9:00am-10:00am– Mat Yoga w/Karen10:00am-11:00am—Chair Yoga w/Karen11:00-12:00pm—20/20/20 –Cardio, Strength, Stretch w/Lisa12:00pm-1:00pm—Strength Training 101 w/LisaTHURSDAY9:00am-10:00am—Easy Stretch w/ Margaret10:00am-11:00am—Functional Fitness w/Lisa11:00am-12:00pm—Cardio BLAST w/Lisa10:00am-11:00am —Water Aerobics (Boys Club) ***TBDFRIDAY10:00am-11:00am—Body & Brain Fitness w/MargaretPAGE 6

FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONSMAT YOGAMonday & Weds—9:00am-10:00amInstructor: Karen MatteThis yoga class will meet the needs of all levelpractitioners. Focused on meeting the bodywhere it is at in the moment. Mental focus &concentration on pose, Body Breath and mindBODY & BRAIN FITNESS w/ChairTuesday & Friday—10:00am-11:00amInstructor: Margaret SoaresThis class will focus on overall body conditioning. Combo of warmups, strength, musclemoving. Work all muscle groups, upper andlower body. All Levels20/20/20—Cardio, Strength, StretchWednesday—11:00am-12:00pmLisa CruzThe 20/20/20 class is designed to give you atotal body workout. 20 minutes of cardio, 20minutes of strength training, 20 stretchEASY STRETCH w/ChairThursday—9:00am-10:00amInstructor: Margaret SoaresEasy Stretch is geared for improving flexibility forall muscle groups through various stretching techniques, movement & overall body stretch.Stretch for a complete workoutCARDIO BLAST GOLDThursday—11:00am-12:00pmInstructor: Lisa CruzCardio Blast is all about getting the body moving & heart pumping. Offers a different, butalways fun, challenge, combining a range ofaerobic and body exercises.PAGE 7CHAIR YOGAMonday & Weds—10:00am-11:00amInstructor: Karen MatteThis yoga class will meet the needs of all levelpractitioners. Focused on meeting the bodywhere it is at in the moment. Mental focus &concentration on pose, Body Breath and mindLINE DANCETuesday—9:00am-10:00amInstructor: Donna CarterA line dance is a choreographed dance inwhich a group of people dance along to a repeating sequence of steps while arranged inone or more lines or rowsSTRENGTH TRAINING 101 w/ ChairWednesday—12:00pm-1:00pmInstructor: Lisa CruzBuilds endurance and develops coordination. Willfocus on Balance moving from Chair to Stand andback. Improve flexibility and strength or all musclegroups .FUNCTIONAL FITNESSThursday—10:00am-11:00amInstructor: Lisa CruzA type of exercise that supports your everyday life. It includes movements such as walking, pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, lunging, and core. These exercises improve functional strengthZUMBAMonday—11:00am-12:00pmInstructor: Donna Carter

PAGE 8Get your Taxes done for FREEAttention Senior Center Members!!Mondays Beginning February 7, 2022,and continuing through April 11, 2022AARP Foundation is providing tax assistance and preparation through itsTax-Aide program.IT IS COMPLETELY FREE!In Person: In Tax-Aide’s service, Taxesare prepared and filed by IRS-certifiedtax counselors with strict physicalmeasures in place.NOTE: This if for Cumberland SeniorCenter Members only!Appointments can be made in person atthe senior center or by calling Karen @401-334-2555Are you a senior who is having a hardtime with technology?The Cumberland Senior Center offers“Tech Corner” with Technology ExpertMike Belleville – Mike is here to help youwith your Tablet, Phone, Laptop etc1st & 3rd Monday of the Month(Appointment needed)9am-11amCall or stop at the Senior Center toreserve a time—401-334-2555MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERSNEWSLETTER, NOTARY &MEMBERSHIPPAGE 9In CumberlandNewsletterCumberland Senior CenterThe Monthly Newsletter will come outthe last Thursday of the Month401-334-2555Cumberland Police Station401-333-2500Cumberland Town Hall401-728-2400Cumberland Housing Authority401-334-2786Notary ServicesAvailable to Members at no chargeSee Senior Center Clerk Debi CoiaMembership RenewalYearly membership 8.00 Cumberland Residents 12.00 Non-ResidentsValid January thru DecemberIn Rhode IslandOffice of Healthy Aging25 Howard Ave, Building 57Cranston RI 02920 401-462-3000The Point401-462-4444Tri County Community Agency401-709-2635RI Attorney General—Patient Abuse orNeglect, Medicaid Fraud & Drug Diversion Unit:401-222-2566 or 274-4400RI Long Term Care Ombudsman:401-785-3340In MassachusettsExecutive office of elder affairs1-617-727-7750What services do senior centers provide? Meal and nutrition programs Information and assistance Health, fitness & wellness programs Transportation services Public benefits counseling Volunteer opportunities Social and recreational activities Educational and arts programsIntergenerational programs

Join us for Classes, Clubs, Leagues andCafes—Check them out, you’ll be glad youdid!!!WATERCOLOR CLASS IS BACK AT ANEW TIME!!Tuesdays @ 9:30am-11:30am 3.00 per class with membership—Artists will learn basic techniques such asusing color and value to create depth.**List of supplies you will need tobring to class: Watercolor Brushes,Palette, Lg. Board (can be carboard),Old ClothInstructor: World renowned artist1st & 3rdWednesday ofthe monthTime 11:00am-12:00pm - Join forCONVERSATION & CURRENTEVENTS— An informal chat group thattake part in discussions, current eventsUpcoming Café: Weds. March 2 &Weds. March 16ALL SENIOR CENTER MEMBERS ARE WELCOME! THE MORE THE MERRIER!BUSY FINGERSKnit & Crochet GroupMondays @ 8:30AM-11:00AMIf you LOVE to Knit or Crochet or justwant to come to learn! We welcome crafters of all skill levels. This is a drop in(no sign up required)PAGE 10HI LO JACKCard LeaguesCOME JOIN THE FUN!!!Mondays &Tuesdays 12:30pmCost is 1.00 per week –Monday 2.00 per week—TuesdayNote: New players are welcome!Players must have prior experience playingHi-Lo Jack.YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS OUT!GLEE CLUB—Singing GroupCALLING ALL AMATEURSINGERS!We are always looking forNew Members to join theSINGING & FUN(No Experience Necessary—just like tosing) Join today! If interested stop in orcall the senior center for more information.*** Practice starts in SpringPractice on Most Tuesdays at 12pmSign up & Schedule posted on bulletinboard (Time & Day is subject to changedepending on Choral Director Schedule)

PAGE 11Meredith’s Corner—Member of the MonthMARIA NOGUEIRAThis is a story about how immigrants have enriched our country. Maria wasborn in Portugal, in the small town of Insua, in 1948. Her family had a smallfarm where they grew fruits and vegetables. She was the oldest of sevenchildren and helped her parents raise her siblings. In those days, in Portugal,public education ended at age twelve. Maria showed me her graduationpicture from 1960, a lovely solemn girl in a pretty white dress. That year herfather immigrated to the United States, hoping to find a better life for hisfamily. He worked in construction and lived simply in order to send moneyback home to the family in Portugal.Maria arrived in America in 1961 and went back to school for a few years,but money was tight, and she decided to drop out when she was sixteen. Herfirst job was in a shoelace factory. She gave her paychecks to her mother andadded a second job to earn a little money for herself. With her help, her parents bought their first house, on High Street in Cumberland. Her mothernever learned English or drove a car, and Maria helped her family navigate life in the new country.When Maria was twenty, she flew back to Portugal and stayed with a cousin in Lisbon for a month.There, she met her cousin’s neighbor, Jose. She thought he looked like Elvis Presley, her favorite singer,and fell in love with him. When she was back in the United States, they exchanged letters for two yearsuntil, at age twenty-three, she returned to Portugal to marry him. He was twenty-three also. In America,Jose worked in jewelry factories, in precious metals. They bought a home, on High Street in Cumberland,where they still live today. Maria began a job at Texas Instruments, where she worked for thirty-one years.A year after they bought their house, in 1974, Maria gave birth, on her birthday, March 21, to a son,Jason. He grew up into an intelligent and hard-working young man. He earned a Bachelor’s degree inmechanical engineering from MIT and an MBA from Harvard. When his grandmother, with whom hewas very close, passed away in 2008, he set up an annual five thousand dollar college scholarship for aCumberland High student, in her memory.Jason’s first job was in New York City, at Goldman Sachs, and he used his first bonus to send his parentson a vacation trip to Hawaii. He now lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with his wife Julie and their threesons, sixteen year old Jack and eleven year old twins, Ryan and Bennett, and works at T. Rowe Price.Each year the family sponsors a midshipman at the Naval Academy, this year Tai Lavatai, the startingquarterback for the Navy football team. Maria’s mother had not seen her surviving sister, who hadimmigrated to Brazil, for over fifty years. On a business trip, Jason found her and her family, and laterbrought his grandmother to Brazil for an emotional reunion.Jason bought his parents a house in Annapolis, next door to his, hoping they would come to live there,but, although she visits often, Maria cannot bear to leave Cumberland, her home for sixty years, permanently. She loves to travel. She tells me about two special trips, one to the Oprah Winfrey Show inChicago where she sat in the front row and shook Oprah’s hand, and one to Graceland in Memphis, thehome of her beloved Elvis. She has traveled many times to Brazil, to Portugal, and throughout Europe. Athome, she keeps busy. She enjoys going on walks with her husband, gardening (she loves flowers), learning to crochet, and reading biographies. She became a member of the Senior Center a year ago and lovesthe sense of community. She particularly enjoys Margaret’s exercise classes. She has made many newfriends there.

FAQ’SPAGE 12What age to join the Senior Center? 55 Is the Senior Center for Cumberland Residentsonly? No, Anyone 55 is welcomeIf I leave my parent at the Senior Center willsomeone keep an eye on him/her? Are seniorssupervised at all times? We are not staffed toassist and stay with any one individual. Wewelcome aides or family members for seniorswho are in need of assistance.Do you provide transportation to Medical Appointments? No, but we provide rides to andfrom the Senior Center & weekly market tripsCall Van Driver Brian 334-2555 for more info.Is someone available to answer questions onMedicare? Veterans help? Yes, call the seniorcenter for more info.(By Appointment only)What types of programs and classes are at theSenior Center? We have several on-going programs—Fitness Classes of all kinds, Watercolor, Knitting, Hi Lo Jack and more.We haveFree Blood Pressure Clinics, Day Trips andmuch more—Stop in and check us outSpecial Message from Our Director MikeHi Members: It is time to provide you with some important informationregarding Senior Center closing and delayed openings, due to inclement weather or other The decision to close or delay opening at theSenior Center is made by myself, in consultation with the Police Department and the Department of Public Works. Safety is our primaryconsideration when making a determination on whether to open orclose the Senior Center during challenging weather situations. Pleaseunderstand that these very difficult decisions are made based on anumber of factors including weather forecasts, as well as street, sidewalk, and parking lot conditions. Safety to the Senior Citizens is always our main priority. Please Call the Senior Center @ 334-2555 onInclement weather days for closing or delayed start information. AlsoIf the Cumberland Schools are closed, the Senior Center is alsoclosed. Thank youAAA 2000 Mendon Rd, Cumberland RI 401-3339500 Phillis Patricio, Sales DirectorBLUE CROSS RHODE ISLAND 500 Exchange Street-Providence, RI 02903 Zoila Ramos-Albizu, AssocConsumer Engagement & Consumer Experienceand Engage Sales 401-459-5090 OfficeCHAPEL HILL CUMBERLAND 10 Old Diamond HillRoad Cumberland, RI 02864— 401-333-3393 –[email protected] Cardoso Life Enrichment CoordinatorJJ DUFFY FUNERAL HOME 757 Mendon Rd.,Cumberland RI— - Brian BernadoLANDMARK MEDICAL CTR & REHAB HOSPITAL115 Cass Avenue, Woonsocket, RI 02895 401-7694100 Volunteer Service Coordinator—Carolyn DeryMOUNT ST RITA HEALTH CTR(Mercy Rehab) 15Sumner Brown Road, Cumberland RI 401-333-6352ext. 124 Maryellen Gillis, Director of Admissionsand Business Development Cell: (508) 733-2878,Fax: (401) 334-4274, Email: [email protected] GROVE—Health Care Center 560 Cumberland Hill Road Woonsocket, RI 401-769-0800Aubrey Olney [email protected]’NEILL FUNERAL HOME 3102 Mendon RoadCumberland, RI 02864—Phone:—John O’Neill Funeral Director

PAGE 13Spring Fling LuauWhen: ThursdayApril 21—11:30amFREE BREAKFASTMonday April 11 @ 9amGET YOUR TICKETS NOW 7 per personLunch: Ham DinnerMusic by: Joe VonoTickets on Sale NOWPurchase tickets 2 Days in advanceVOLUNTEER RECOGNITION LUNCHThursday April 28—12:00pm(The recognition Lunch is limitedto volunteers only)We will be honoring allvolunteers who have beeninvolved with the operation ofthe center in some way this pastyear . We will also be announcing the “Volunteer of the Year”Lunch will be servedFun, Fun, Funwith Lunch andGames!!Lunch is 5.00 choice ofTuna or Ham Melt & ChipsThursday—April 14—11:30amNO BINGO BONANZA FORTHE MONTH OF APRIL(CLOSED 1/2 FOR GOODFRIDAY)

SOCIAL SERVICE CORNERMEDICAREIf you have questionsand/or want help withplan choices or any other Medicare/Medicaid Questions contact your local State HealthInsurance Program (SHIP) or SPEAK WITH A MEDICARE SHIP COUNSELOR at the Cumberland Senior Center Appointmentscan be made with SHIP CounselorGUY BOULAY Weds. (9am-12pm)call 401-334-2555 for AppointmentPAGE 14SNAP—Supplemental NutritionAssistance Program Nutritionassistance is provided to lowincome individuals and familiesin the form of an EBT card whichmay be used to buy food at grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, and farmersmarkets. Call 1-800-745-657for more infoHEATING ASSISTANCEThe Heating Assistance Program is runthrough CommunityAction Program—BVCAP (Blackstone Valley Community Action Program) Direct Line401-723-0227 NOTE: If Applying for 1sttime call BVCAP for appointmentFREE LEGAL INFORMATIONRI LEGAL SERVICES—56 PINE St, Prov RI401-274-2652 OR 1-800-662-5034RI BAR ASSOCIATION -41 Sharpe Drive,Cranston RI— Offers FREE 20 MinuteConsultations for Senior CitizensCall 401-521-5040—Lisa/ElisaELDER LAW PROGRAMRI Div. of Elderly Affairs/Office of AgingProtective Services—401-462-0555RI DEPT. OF ATTORNEY GENERAL (ELDERDIV) 401-274-4400 EXT 2383ALLIANCE FOR BETTER LONG-TERM CAREVETERANS SERVICESIf you have served in the military, youmay be entitled to receive benefitsbecause of your status as a Veteran.In the United States. There are manyresources available to vets, includingsome specific to elderly veterans andthose in need of long-term care.Tom Yuppa, retired Veteran ServiceRep. will be at the Senior Center (byAppointment) 1st Weds. Of the monthVeterans Benefits —Call the SeniorCenter @ 334-2555 for appointmentFresh food boxesto help farmersand climate for2022Food Boxes worthabout 20, plus recipes and storage tips for what's in them, willbe distributed to eligible people60 years and older who sign upby April 15. If you would like tosign up for a FREE FOOD BOX,please see Andrea, Food CoordinatorHOUSINGDOWNSIZING? TOSUBSIDIZED HOUSING? Can Ikeep the profits of my House?Call Legal Services FREE forSeniors Citizens 401-274-2685 Ifyou are a Cumberland Resident,you can call the Cumberland Housing Authority 401-334-2678Senior Housing in Cumberland (Income Requirements)Cumberland Manor—401-724-8590Chimney Hill Apts—401-333-0211Riverside Village—401-334-2802Bear Hill Village—401-333-0030Waterfall Estates—401-640-1305Jenks Woods Apts.—334-2802

APRIL 2022—Cumberland Sr Ctr.PAGE 16Sun31017HappyEasterMonWed48:30 Busy Fingers9am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga10am-AARP TAX11am ZUMBA(New Class**)12:30 HiLo Jack1pm PICKLEBALL59am— Line Dance9:30am WatercolorClass10am—Body &Brain Fitness12:30 HiLo Jack12:30 Arts &Crafts *** NEW69am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga11am 20/20/2012pm—Strength Train118:30 Busy Fingers9am Mat Yoga9am FREE BREAKFA10am Chair Yoga10am AARP TAX11am ZUMBA(New Class**)12:30 HiLo Jack1pm PICKLEBALL***New***129am— Line Dance9:30am WatercolorClass10am—Body &Brain Fitness12:30 HiLo Jack139am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga11am Conv Cafe11am 20/20/2012pm—Strength Train188:30 Busy Fingers9am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga11am ZUMBA(New Class**)12:30 HiLo Jack199am— Line Dance9:30am Watercolor10am—Body &Brain Fitness12:30 HiLo Jack209am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga11am 20/20/2012pm—Strength Train1pm PICKLEBALL***New***24TUE258:30 Busy Fingers9am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga11am ZUMBA(New Class**)12:30 HiLo Jack9AM Free Breakf1pm PICKLEBALL79am Easy Stretch10am Functional Fit11am Cardio CoreFriS110am Body & Brain12:45pm—BINGO2810am Body & Brain912:45pm—BINGODay Trip: Iggy,s10:45 Van leavesDay Trip: CrackerBarrell 10:45 Vanleaves149am Easy Stretch10am Functional Fit11am Cardio Core11:30 Fun, Fun, Fun &Games & Lunch 5219am Easy Stretch10am Functional Fit11am Cardio Core1510am Body & Brain1612:45pm—BINGONo Bingo 1/2 DayGood Friday2210am Body & Brain2312:45pm—BINGO11:30 Luau Lunch 7Day Trip:Thirsty Beaver11:45 vanleaves269am— Line Dance9:30am WatercolorClass10am—Body &Brain Fitness12:30 HiLo JackThu279am Mat Yoga10am Chair Yoga11am 20/20/2012pm—Strength TrainDay Trip: Grille on5 11 Van leaves289am Easy Stretch10am Functional Fit11am Cardio Core12:00 VolunteerAppreciation2930

Notary Services Available to Members at no charge See Senior Center Clerk Debi Coia Membership Renewal Yearly membership 8.00 Cumberland Residents 12.00 Non-Residents Valid January thru December In Cumberland Cumberland Senior Center 401-334-2555 Cumberland Police Station 401-333-2500 Cumberland Town Hall 401-728-2400 Cumberland Housing Authority