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DALY CITY SENIOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

101 Lake Merced Boulevard, Daly City, CA 940151048 SUPPORTERS OF DOELGER SENIOR CENTER, INC. DOELGER 650-991-8012 - FAX 650-746-8360 - ANDSENIORtransPublic CENTER ADVISORY PLANNING COUNCIL BOARD OF DIRECTORS portation - samTrans 120Boghosian & 122 Tere Massey Margaret Katherine A. King, President Weekday Office hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Carole Noonan Elinor Charleston Dan Duggan, Vice President

William Choutka, Secretary Anthony J. Zidich, Treasurer Dee Callero Canepa, Director Dorothy Lathan, Director Connie O'Leary, Director Michael Pacelli, Director Mario C. Panoringan, Director SENIOR SERVICES STAFF Sue Horst, Neighborhood Services Manager Donna Pineda, Senior Services Ass't. Supervisor Connie Ospina, Program Assistant Felicidad L. Bernaldez, Office Staff Kathy Everly, Food Service Supervisor Art Wagoner, Food Service Assistant Opal Fuller, Food Service Assistant Sandra Solis-Johnsen, Office Staff Karen Phillips, Office Staff Elena Amaya, Spanish Outreach Milagros Mendoza, Filipino Outreach Kent Lau, Chinese Outreach Angela Waters, Lincoln C.C. Coordinator PENINSULA FAMILY SERVICE PROGRAM STAFF Carroll Begley, Café Hostess Kyin Chin, Kitchen Aide Reynaldo de la Rosa, Kitchen Aide Adoracion Linsao, Kitchen Aide Chito Patricio, HART Data Tech. Meiko Sakuma, Office Ass't. Carlos Sanchez, Kitchen Aide

Betty Comisky Dorothy Fertado Liz Hamre Tony Koel

Kathy Rivera Herman Scholz Manuel Sunshine Pat Tracy Bob Wilcenski

LINCOLN COMMUNITY CENTER ADVISORY COUNCIL Anita Lino Chris Allen Melba Lopez James Chan Mercedes Montiel Moy Pun Chan Lilia Palma Sandy Cheng Ben Taporco Grace Dela Cruz Lily Taporco Carmen Guillory Mary Tevis Mario Herrera Earl Wilson Frank Lafontaine Virginia Wilson

CITY OF DALY CITY CITY COUNCIL Carol Klatt, Mayor Sal Torres, Vice Mayor Raymond A. Buenaventura, Councilmember David Canepa, Councilmember Michael P. Guingona, Councilmember Anthony J. Zidich, City Treasurer Annette Hipona, City Clerk Patricia E. Martel, City Manager Kerry Burns, Ass't. City Manager Michael F. Stallings, Director

Parks and Recreation Department

30th Anniversary Honor Donors

Westlake Village Apartmemts $30,000 Duggan's Serra Mortuary $10,000

PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION Jack Pastor, Chair Teresa Proaño, Vice Chair Thomas Ledda, Commissioner Mary Tevis, Commissioner

Vol. 23, Issue 3 - June 1, 2011 Program Guide is published four times a year by the Supporters of Doelger Senior Center, Inc.

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CLASSES Arts & Crafts ............................................... 18 Computers .............................................18, 19 Dance .....................................................19, 20 Enrichment ............................................ 20, 21 Food Services-Lunch Menus ......... 15, 16, 17 Games ......................................................... 22 Health Promotion/Safety ................. 22, 23, 24 Languages .................................................. 24 MISCELLANEOUS Advertisers ............................................. 30-35 BART Tickets .............................................. 12 Benefit Concert ........................................... 10 Board of Directors ........................................ 6 Computer Room Updated........................... 11 Fathers' Day Lunch .................................... 14 Featured Volunteer ....................................... 7 Global View ................................................... 5 HART ............................................................. 7 Independence Day ....................................... 9 Membership Discount Application .............. 8 Mission Statement ........................................ 5 Mobility Ambassador .................................. 14 Neighborhood Services Manager ............. 12 Pictures ....................................................... 13 Senior Clubs ............................................... 12 Services ...................................................... 12 Special Events & Speakers ...................... 4, 5 Thank You Corner ........................................ 5 TRIPS Virginia's Trips ............................................ 25 COMMUNITY Lincoln Community Center................... 26, 27 War Memorial Community Center ........ 28, 29

ON-GOING ACTIVITIES

Advisory & Planning Council

1st Mondays - 10:00am - Room 12 June 6 - July 11 - August 1

Open to all members

T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S

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Birthday Celebrations - Café

2nd Wednesdays - 11:00am June 8 - July 13 - August 10 ***

Sing-a-long - Café

Fridays - 11:00am June 24 - July 22 - August 26 ***

New Member Welcome

August 22, - 1:30pm Garden Café

CENTER CLOSED Monday July 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY

To our non-member readers...

We welcome you to our programs and services. We hope you will become members and avail yourselves of our Center's activities. Introduce yourselves to us when you come!

Annual Membership Fee: $22.00 - age 50+ Join us and help support our Senior Programs and Services

Program Guide: Margaret Boghosian Photos: Rube Sherwin

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SPECIAL EVENTS & SPEAKERS

JUNE

Friday, June 3 & 17 Free movie/popcorn 1pm - Library

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Monday, June 20 Blood Pressure Screening Cleo Moore, RN, 9:30, rm. 1.

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Monday, July 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY CENTER CLOSED Friday, July 8 & 15 Free movie/popcorn 1pm, Library Monday, July 11 Advisory & Planning Council meeting, 10am, rm. 12. Wednesday, July 13 Dr. Alberto Bolanos, of Westbay Orthopedic Medical Group, will discuss the "Latest Treatment for Arthritis Pain of the Hips and Knees." Topics include the elimination of pain, enhanced mobility, greater independence, and the ability to return to your active lifestyle. Join us at 1pm, rm. 5. Wednesday, July 13 Today's birthday celebration will have a special cake that is graciously donated by Alma Via of San Francisco. Dance music starts at 11am and is provided by the Lionel Sequeira Trio. Join us! Monday, July 18 Blood Pressure Screening Cleo Moore, RN, 9:30, rm. 1. Tuesday, July 19 Dr. Caroline Fisher of the Pacific Eye Specialists will address your concerns regarding Glaucoma and who is at risk for glaucoma. What are cataracts and do I need cataract surgery? Bring your questions to the seminar. Rm. 5, 1pm.

Tuesday, June 21 Legal Aid Society of San MaMonday, June 6 Advisory & Planning Council teo County lawyer, Amanda Barton, will speak about the meeting. 10am, Rm. 12. free services offered by its Senior Advocates Program such as Government benefits, ElWednesday, June 8 Come, join us at a very special der Abuse, Consumer Law, June birthday celebration Landlord/Tenant, Advance honoring all celebrants with a Health Care Directives. Learn birthday cake sponsored by about financial scams that tarAlma Via of San Francisco. Mu- get seniors and how to spot sic by the Lionel Sequeira Trio scam artists and protect yourself from them. 10:30am, rm. 5. starting at 11am. Café, noon. Saturday, June 25 Join us and be entertained at the free Daly City All Stars Summer Concert, 1pm, Café. Wednesday, June 29 Prep day for Independence Day, no lunch. Deli open. Thursday, June 30 Independence Day Celebation. 10-2. See flyer on page 9.

Tuesday, June 14 "Physicians' Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment," is part of the Advanced Directives for Health Care. Free forms will be provided to attendees. Please sign up in room 16 before June 14. Francine Serafin-Dickson, Executive Director of the Hospital Consortium of San Mateo County, is the speaker. 10am, rm. 5.

Friday, June 17 Fathers' Day celebration. Special entertainment. Café, 11:30.

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Wednesday, July 20 Wednesday, August 10 Monday, August 1 MEMBER BENEFIT - MAGIC. Advisory & Planning All August-born seniors are invited to World Acclaimed Magician, John Council meeting, 10am, a birthday celebration and dancing R. Browne, III, Esq. will perform rm. 12. to the music of the Lionel Sequeira at the Café at 1pm. Members, Trio at 11am. Cake is graciously sponcome join us. Friday, August 5 & 19 sored by Alma Via of San Francisco. Free movie/popcorn Monday, August 15 Saturday, July 23 & August 20 1pm, Library. Blood Pressure Screening Cleo "Neighbor-to-Neighbor" Moore, RN, 9:30, rm. 1. Workshop, a program of the Saturday, August 6 Saturday, August 20 American Red Cross, offers Sunday, August 7 "Neighbor-to-Neighbor" Workguidelines for increasing resilBenefit Concert shop. See July 23. ience in ourselves and those See flyer on page 10. Monday, August 22 around us, enhancing our ability New Member Welcome to recover from challenges, adver1:30, Café. Everyone welcome. sity and difficult times. Course is presented in 2 half days, 4 hours each. For more information and Our "Thank You" Corto sign up, please contact the Red ner Cross Neighbor- to-Neighbor proMonica Abello - Lounge gram in San Bruno at 650-676WELCOMES NEW VOLUNTEERS Sidhartha Jandial - Café 7581. Sessions will be at 9:30am Irene Mani - HART in rm. 5. Jim Manson - Café Abby Margolis - Karaoke Leader Wednesday, July 27 Sheri Mordokowicz - Café Luis Navarro - Deli MEMBER BENEFIT - HAWAIJosephine Pacheco - Office IAN LUAU at the Café. At 11am, Libbie Racelo - Greenhouse Lani Cantu and her group will perPhilip Ribeiro - Sat. Bingo form for members. Hawaiian Angela Roy - Lounge dancing will be led by Lani for Rose Ruelos - HART Paul Schneider - Café those who would like to dance. Marc VanTassell - Lounge Members, please join us. Toward Cultural Appreciation and Understanding

E V E N T S & S P E A K E R S

"THE GLOBAL VIEW"

We welcome seniors from all cultures to participate in our programs. We are not trying to be a melting pot where everyone is expected to be the same. Instead, we pride ourselves in being like a mosaic, where the differences of each culture are appreciated and at the same time are a part of the whole. Because we want to promote cultural appreciation and understanding, our programs will therefore include a cultural mix that may include any of the following: Food, History, Religion, Dance, Music, Entertainment, Cultural Heritage, Dress or Costumes, Arts and Crafts.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

Senior Adult Division To enhance the quality of life and promote wellness by providing social, educational, and health services to all adults 50+. All programs are open to all seniors. Our program announcements will provide you with sufficient notice 5

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Our Board of Directors

William Choutka, Dee Mario Panoringan,

Canepa, Dan Duggan, Connie O'Leary, Anthony Zidich Katherine King, Dorothy Lathan, Michael Pacelli

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Our Featured Volunteer.....Lena

I was born in Shreveport, Louisiana - the second of four siblings, attended public schools in Shreveport and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. In September 1952 I moved to San Francisco and was united in Holy Matrimony to the late Tom C. Watson. To this union four children were born, Pamela, Kevin, Alethea, and Jeffrey (deceased). Keeping myself fully occupied, I extended my education by attending San Francisco City College and U.C. Extenso. in

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The jobs I held were with the Social Security Administration, the San Francisco Unified School District, and the United States Postal Service from where I retired in 1992. Immediately, I found Doelger Senior Center for exercising, enjoying a lot of cruises to Alaska, the Caribbean, Canada with Virginia's trips, and many other places. I have been volunteering for the last 18 years.

How is a Featured Volunteer selected? From among our dedicated volunteers who have over 1,000 hours of service, the name is lottery-drawn for each quarter.

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A special Thank You to Margaret Boghosian

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A Neat, Pleasant COMPUTER ROOM - Thank you, Bob!

You will be thrilled to see how roomy, clean, and delightful the computer room is. This is because Bob Wilcenski, who is our volunteer webmaster and computer instructor, has graciously and meticulously transformed it into a splendid atmosphere - bringing joy to all who enter the room. Bob ordered all the hardware, installed them, and updated each computer. Because of his work, we now have better computers. When you see him, please thank Bob for a job wonderfully done!

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SERVICES

BART Senior/Disabled Tickets Sold in Rm. 16 For members 65+ and disabled members 50+ BILINGUAL ASSISTANCE Tagalog, Spanish, Mandarin BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING 3rd Monday 9:30-12 - Room 1 Volunteer Nurses, Cleo Moore & Susan Spector BOUTIQUE Volunteer staff offers a wide choice of quality products. Come browse, and choose from a variety of collectibles. Open 10:00-1:30 EXPRESS MEALS Nutritious, tasty, frozen meals delivered to your home. Call Kathy Everly - 650-991-8059 GARDEN CAFÉ Open for lunch Monday through Friday at noon. Meals prepared and served by volunteer cooks. Purchase tickets in Café. GARDEN DELI Enjoy soups, salads, sandwiches and other delights. Monday-Friday 9-1:30 HICAP-Medicare Part D Assistance Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program Tuesdays - 10am-12pm - LE Call for appointment 1-800-434-0222 LIBRARY Social Library - Weekdays 9:30-3:00 Books and greeting cards are also for sale. LOUNGE A place to socialize, watch TV, play pool, cards, games. Coffee - Open weekdays 9:00-3:00 PARKINSON'S SUPPORT GROUP Call Leonard Ke, 415-587-1285 for information.

SENIOR CLUBS

BAYSHORE FRIENDSHIP CLUB Phyllis Rizzi, Pres. (415) 468-1664 1st & 3rd Thurs. 10:00 Lawson Hall DALY CITY FILIPINO-AMERICAN SENIORS ASS'N. Roger Arellano, Pres. (650) 697-9075 Mondays 1-4 - Lincoln Comm. Center DALY CITY RETIRED EMPLOYEES ASS'N. Steve Hawthorne, Pres. (650) 755-5824 Eunice Brabec, Secty. (650) 583-4985 3rd Wed. Jan., Mar., May, Sept. Doelger Senior Center, Rm. 5, 1:00 DALY CITY SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Maria Luna, Pres. (415) 333-9117 Wed. 11-2, Lincoln Comm. Center GOLDEN YEARS SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Rose Huffman, Pres. (650) 756-7312 Thurs. 10:00, Holy Angels Parish OUR LADY OF MERCY YOUNG AT HEART Betty Comisky, Pres. (650) 756-2346 Call for information

From the desk of Sue Horst

Neighborhood Services Manager

New Beginnings On a personal front, I fn i ntbe ta aid t oal, ht f ter 30 years at Doelger Senior Center, I have become a grandparent like so many of you! So help me welcome my next generation to Doelger Senior Center! Oliver Victor Horst born April 12, 2011. 9 lbs. 8 oz.

FOR MEMBERS ONLY seniors (age 65+) and disabled members (50+), BART tickets available in our Information Office, Room 16.

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Exercising in John Pantazy's Physically Challenged class

Part of the Volunteer Awards Ceremony Lunch

Daly City Firefighters who volunteered to help serve lunch.

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DOELGER LAUNCHES MOBILITY AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

How Do I Get There?

A "green" alternative and your "Plan B" when you choose not to drive your own Want to go to fun places and events andvehicle. hassle behind? leave the

Get information directly from Nancy Radovsky and Leila Dona, the Daly City Ambassador Team, on how to get where you want to go!

The Mobility Ambassador Program is designed to increase familiarity with public transportation choices for older adults and people with disabilities. Getting out and about reduces isolation and the blues that can be caused by limited mobility options. Visit fun destinations like Half Moon Bay, Westfield Shopping Center, and downtown San Francisco; and attend festivals and events. Leave the freeway, the gas card, and the hassle behind. Best of all, seniors ride free for their first trip. Nancy and Leila will show you how to use the Transit Systems and Shuttles around us.

For more information, see Nancy & Leila on Thursdays in the Doelger Café between 11:15 and 1:00, or call Mobility Ambassador Program: 650-508-6362

LUNCH

F r i d a y , Pork Loin June 17 Potatoes au Gratin

Vegetables Dessert V

Special entertainment begins at 11:30

This special luncheon always sells out. Buy your tickets in advance in the Information Office. Suggested donation: $3.50 (age 60+), $7.00 (under 60).

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MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

1 Mongolian Beef Steamed Rice Broccoli Dessert

THURSDAY

2 Roasted Fish Rice Pilaf Vegetables Dessert

FRIDAY

3 Chef's Choice

Free Movie & Popcorn 1:00, Rm. 4

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4 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

6 Baked Ham OMashed Sweet Potatoes Steamed Vegetables Dessertf

7 Beef Stew Potato Puree Vegetables Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

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BIRTHDAYCELEBRATION

Brandy Pork Chop Scalloped Potatoes Vegetables Birthday Cake

9 Meat Lasagna Green Salad w/Mandarin Oranges Dessert

10 Herb Crusted Fish Rice Pilaf Vegetables Dessert

11 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

13 Roasted Chicken Gran Mere w/Vegetables Garlic Sauce Dessert

14 Italian Sausage & Polenta w/Tomato Sauce Green Salad Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

15 Teriyaki Chicken Steamed Rice Vegetables Dessert

16 Baked Fish Rice Pilaf Vegetables Dessert

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18 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

Pork Loin Potatoes Au Gratin Vegetables Dessert

Free Movie & Popcorn 1:00, Rm. 4

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20 21 Orange-Apricot Chicken Turkey Meatballs Brown Rice w/Sweet & Sour Sauce Vegetables Brown Rice Fruit Vegetables Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

22 Stuffed Tomato w/Tuna Salad Cup of Soup Dessert

23 Chef's Choice

25 24 Beef/Bean Enchiladas Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7 Spanish Rice Green Salad Dessert

SING-A-LONG - 11:00

27 Turkey Pita Sandwich w/Cup of Soup Vegetables Dessert

28 Baked Fish Rice Pilaf Vegetables Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

29 KITCHEN CLOSED TO PREP FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY DELI OPEN

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INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

The Doelger Food Service Program is partially subsidized by OLDER AMERICAN ACT FUNDS. The suggested donation for our meals is $3.50 (60+). Under 60, the price is $7.00. Everyone is welcome regardless of ability to contribute. Lunch is served THANK YOU at 12:00.

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1 Roasted Chicken w/Vera Cruz Sauce Spanish Rice Vegetables Dessert

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2 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

The Doelger Food Service Program is partially subsidized by OLDER AMERICAN ACT FUNDS. The suggested donation for our meals is $3.50 (60+). Under 60, the price is $7.00. Everyone is welcome regardless of ability to contribute. Lunch is served at 12:00. THANK YOU 4 5 Herb-Crusted Fish Rice Pilaf INDEPENDENCE Steamed Vegetables DAY Dessert

CENTER CLOSED

6 Oven-fried Chicken w/Country Gravy Potatoes Vegetables Dessert

7 Beef Stew Mashed Potatoes Vegetables Dessert

8 Beef Tostada Plate Salad Dessert

Free Movie & Popcorn 1:00, Rm. 4

9 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

11 Pasta Bolognaise Green Salad Dessert

12 13 Chicken & Pork Adobo BIRTHDAYCELEBRATION Steamed Rice Hoisin-glazed Chicken Vegetables Pineapple Rice Dessert Vegetables Birthday Cake HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

14 Beef Stir-fry w/ Ginger/Garlic Sauce Steamed Rice Dessert

15 Chef's Choice

16 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

Free Movie & Popcorn 1:00, Rm. 4

18 Vegetarian Lasagna Green Salad Dessert

19 Thai-style Chicken Curry w/Basil/Ginger Steamed Rice Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

20 Open-faced Turkey Sandwich Brown Gravy Salad Dessert Magic Show

21 Mediterranean -style Fish Couscous Vegetables Dessert

22 Eggplant Parmesan Polenta Vegetables Dessert

SING-A-LONG - 11:00

23 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

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25 Tandori Chicken Basmati Rice Vegetables Dessert

26 Shepherd Pie Green Salad Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

27 Slow-roasted Pork w/Fruit Salsa Rice Vegetables Dessert

28 Chef's Choice

29 Herb-crusted Fish Lemon Butter Sauce Rice Pilaf Vegetables Dessert

30 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

MONDAY

1 Chinese Chicken Salad Dessert

TUESDAY

2 Tamale Pie Green Salad Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO-1:00

WEDNESDAY

3 Vegetarian Lasagna Green Salad Dessert

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FRIDAY

SATURDAY

6 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

4 5 Baked Ham Chef's Choice Sweet Potato Casserole Vegetables Free Movie & Popcorn 1:00, Rm. 4 Dessert

8 Beef Stew Rice Vegetables Dessert

9 Curried Chicken Basmati Rice Vegetables Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO-1:00

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Swedish Meatballs w/Gravy Rice Pilaf Vegetables Birthday cake

11 Pasta Bolognaise Green Salad Dessert

12 Steamed Fish w/Coconut & Lime

Rice Vegetables

13 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

Dessert

15 Teriyaki Chicken Steamed Rice Vegetables Dessert

16 Roasted Pork Loin Cornbread Dressing Vegetables Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO-1:00

17 Turkey Pot Pie Green Salad w/Mandarin Oranges Dessert

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19 Chicken/Cheese Enchilada w/Tomatillo Sauce Green Salad Dessert

Free Movie & Popcorn 1:00, Rm. 4

20 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

Gardenburger Plate Potato Salad Fruit

22 Chicken Vera Cruz Spanish Rice Vegetables Dessert

1:30-NEW MEMBER WELCOME

23 Beef Stew Mashed Potatoes Vegetables Dessert

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

24 Beef Liver w/Bacon & Onions Red Potatoes Vegetables Dessert

25 Baked Fish Rice Vegetables Dessert

26 Chef's Choice

SING-A-LONG - 11:00

27 Bingo - 12:30 - Rm. 7

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29 Herb-crusted Fish Rice Pilaf Vegetables Dessert

30 Chicken Tostada Refried Beans Fruit

HIGH STAKES BINGO - 1:00

31 Mongolian Beef Steamed Rice Broccoli Dessert

The Doelger Food Service Program is partially subsidized by OLDER AMERICAN ACT FUNDS. The suggested donation for our meals is $3.50 (60+). Under 60, the price is $7.00. Everyone is welcome regardless of ability to contribute. Lunch is served at 12:00. THANK YOU

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ARTS & CRAFTS

Ceramics

Materials fee $12.50

Esther Yung $4.00 per class DSC Rm. 6 9:30-12:30 Register with instructor 6/2-8/25 Thu

Sewing (Beg.)

This class is for beginners; however, anyone will benefit. Learn the workings of a sewing machine, discuss your sewing needs, where to buy fabrics, and other basic questions about sewing. Make simple projects such as table runners and covers, simple pillows, tote bags, and other simple projects based on your needs. Class meets for 6 weeks.

Annamarie Conte Pre-register in Rm. 9 $120 resident/$122 non-resident DSC Rm. 1 #8358 6:30-8:30 6/14-7/19 Tue #8359 6:30-8:30 7/26-8/30 Tue

Crochet

Pauline Bravos (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 1 9:30-12 Register with leader 6/7-8/30 Tue

Hawaiian Crafts

Leis, flowers, accessories, and novelties.

Vi Baptista, Terri Sakurai, Maureen Chung (Vs) Register with instructors $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 1 10:30-12 6/13, 27 Mon 10:30-12 7/11, 25 Mon 10:30-12 8/8, 22 Mon

Sewing and Handicrafts

Laura Hollander (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 1 1-4 Register with leader 6/2-8/25 Thu

Jewelry Class

Trudy Sherwin (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 6 10-11:30 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Wed

COMPUTER CLASSES

Computer Topics-Private Training

Receive a one-on-one instruction on a range of computer topics with a hands-on approach from basic techniques through advanced uses, including applications (Microsoft Office, Adobe, anti-virus, e-mail, web, Windows 7, etc.). Call 415-336-4635 to arrange appointment.

Sean Yore, M.S., M.F.A. $42 resident/$45 non-resident DSC Rm. 3 #8336 2-4 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Knitting with Rose (Beg./Int.)

Learn how to incorporate various stitches into the garment you are making: casting on, knitting, purling, patterning, knitting on round, circular, and double-pointed needles, as well as finishing. Use cable needles and knit various stitches.

Rose Wilson (V) $3.00 per class DSC Rm. 6 10-12 Register with instructor NO SUMMER CLASSES

6/7-8/30 Tue

Computers for Seniors (Beg.)

This class introduces new users to basic PC concepts. Helps to develop skills using the mouse and keyboard to navigate within a Windows environment. Learn how to access the Internet safely with a web browser and how to use an e-mail program with attachments. No prerequisites. Maximum 10 students.

Bob Wilcenski $42 resident/$45 non-resident DSC Rm. 3 #8349 10-12 #8350 10-12 #8351 10-12 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Quilting

Self-directed

$1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 1 1-4 6/1-8/31 Wed

6/1-22 Wed 7/6-27 Wed 8/10-31 Wed

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Computers for Seniors (Int.)

A continuation of the Beginners class. Topics include email account setup, computer & internet security, data backup, attachments, rip/burn CD-DVD discs. Introduction to Picasa, Skype & social networking sites. Other topics of interest may be suggested for discussion. Prerequisites: Completion of the Beginners class or knowledge of Windows basics and the ability to use a mouse. Maximum 10 students

Bob Wilcenski $42 resident/$45 non-resident DSC Rm. 3 #8352 1-3 Pre-register in Rm. 9

DANCE

Aerobic Line Dance

If you love R & B and are looking for a fun way to burn some serious calories, Aerobic Line Dancing is for you! We will be dancing non-stop for this two-hour class, so wear comfortable clothes and get ready to sweat. Previous experience with Soul Line Dancing suggested.

Marlene Bazdarich $4 drop-in MR 7:30-9:30 Register with instructor 6/6-8/29 Mon

C L A S S E S

7/7-28 Thu

Afro-American Line Dance

Dances include electric slide, bus stop, booty call, bunny hop, Houston bus stop, gumbo soup, booty scoot, and much much more. Line dancing is fun, entertaining and good for coordination. No partner necessary.

Carolyn Clary-Brown $4 per class MR 5-7 10-12 Register with instructor 6/6-8/29 Mon 6/4-8/27 Sat

How to Find Bargains Using Your Computer

Shopping online is not only extremely convenient, but it can also be a great way to find bargains. Many people on a budget are turning to the Internet to download coupons and shop online. This two-hour class explores the "Do's and Don'ts" of online shopping. Prerequisites: Internet access & an e-mail address. Maximum 10 students.

Bob Wilcenski $16 resident/$18 non-resident DSC Rm. 3 #8355 9-11 #8356 9-11 #8357 9-11 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Big Band Line Dance

Line dancing is not only great fun, it can help you get and keep in shape. The music is mostly from the big band era. Dance to Cha Cha, Fox Trot, Rumba, Waltz, Swing, Tango, and much more. Beginners to experienced.

Bob Sacks $4 per class MR Register with instructor 1:15-2:30 10:30-11:45 6/6-8/29 Mon 6/3-8/26 Fri

6/16 Thu 7/14 Thu 8/11 Thu

Introduction to Digital Photography & Video

Learn how to load and save pictures from camera to computer, simple corrections, and using photo sites such as Flickr. You will be introduced to popular photo and video editing with Adobe products such as Photoshop, Elements, and Premiere. Learn how to save photos on Optical media with disk burning. $10 materials fee payable to instructor.

Sean Yore, M.S., MFA $42 resident/$45 non-resident DSC Rm. 3 #8334 10-2 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Country Western Line Dance

Join us for fun and healthy exercise. Dance to various forms such as western, Latin, pop, swing, cha-cha, twostep, rumba, waltz, East Coast swing, stroll, and more. A new dance will be taught each week and we'll review the previous week's dance. It's easy. Come with/without a partner.

Diane Ward $4 per class LCH Register with instructor 9-11 8:30-10 6/2-8/25 Thu (high intensity) 6/3-8/26 Fri

6/18, 25 Sat

Introduction to Taking Pictures with Your Mobile (cell) Phone

Learn how to take pictures from your mobile or smart phone's camera. How to send your pictures to your friends, to a photo processing service (Walgreens, Costco, CVS, Ritz Camera, etc.), to social media sites such as Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, Twitter, to blogs or photo sites such as Flickr or Photobucket.

Sean Yore, M.S., MFA $42 resident/$45 non-resident DSC Rm. 3 #8335 10-2 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Country Western Line Dance (Beg.)

Get up, get out, and start line dancing! Learn the basics of line dance and dance to a healthy you. No partner and no experience necessary.

Jeanette Feinberg $4 per class LCH 1:30-3 Register with instructor 6/7-8/30 Tue

Country Western Line Dance (Adv. Beg.)

Let's get going, be active! Class uses a variety of music and provides the benefit of light exercise. No partner necessary. Previous dance experience is recommended.

Jeanette Feinberg $4 per class LCH 1:15-3 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Wed 19

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C L A S S E S

Latin Rhythms for Beginners

Come and learn the steps to exciting rhythms of Mexican Folk Dances, Tango and Flamenco.

Yolanda Pometta $4 per class DSC Rm. 14 5:30-6:45 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Wed

ENRICHMENT

Garden Social

Joann Sangiacomo/Ruth Lapachet (Vs) $1 member/$2 non-member Register with leaders DSC Rm. 5 10:30-12 6/8, 22 Wed 7/13, 27 Wed 8/10, 24 Wed

Line Dance with Rudy

Dance to rumba, waltz, cha cha, and swing music for fun and exercise. Beginning and advanced dancers welcome.

Rudy Paquette $4.50 per class MR 1:15-2:30 Register with instructor 6/7-8/30 Tue

Greenhouse Gardening

Learn with me how to grow herbs, vegetables, and flowers in a greenhouse.

Kathy Everly (AE) DSC Café 1:30 Register with teacher 6/2-8/25 Thu

Grupo Latino

Reuniones semanales en las que se habla sobre la historia del mundo y se comentan eventos de actualidad. Join in for weekly meetings studying world history with active classroom participation.

Elena Amaya (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 1 10-12 Register with teacher 6/1-8/31 Wed

Soul Line Dance (Beg./Int.)

You've learned the Electric Slide, the Cupid Shuffle, the Bus Stop, and now you're ready to take that next dance step. Then this class is for you. Dance your way to a healthier you while improving your memory and having fun. Teaching method

is WSIDI (watch, say it, do it). Novella Peterson $4 per class LCH 6-8 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Wed

Guitar Workshop

The class rehearses a wide variety of music and each student practices a solo repertoire to be performed in and out of class. More advanced theory and techniques are explored as needed. No classes 7/4 & 9/5.

Doug Cameron Pre-register in Rm. 9 $135 resident/$140 non-resident DSC Rm. 5 #8360 3-4:15 6/6-8/15 Mon #8361 3-4:15 8/29-11/7 Mon

Tap Dance - the Tumultuous Tappers!

Connie Chen (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 5 1-3 Register with instructor 6/2-8/25 Thu

ENRICHMENT

Advance Directives

A seminar that will provide an overview of the Advance Health Care Directives and highlight the importance of appointing someone to make health care decisions in the event you are unable to speak for yourself. Free Advance Health Care Directives forms available. Drop-in.

Florence Davis, MSW $2 resident/$3 non-resident DSC Rm. 1 11-12 Register in class 6/11 or 7/9 or 8/13 Sa

Hawaiian Choral Group

Sing traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music. Anyone can learn to sing in 3- and 4-part harmonies. No prior musical experience required. The instructor will help to place your singing voice in the SATB system. Fun and easy. 8 sessions.

Hiram Bell Pre-register in Rm. 9 $130 resident/$135 non-resident DSC Café/Rm. 1 #8364 4-5 7/11-8/29 Mon

Book Reviewers

If you enjoy reading and discussing good books, join us. Group meets first Monday of the month. We discuss a new book(s) selected the previous month.

Elinor Charleston , leader (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 4 1:30-3 1st Monday each month

History of the U.S.

Beginning with the Age of Exploration to the present.

George Griffin (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 1 1-3 Register with instructor NO SUMMER CLASSES

Kanikapila Jam

Bring your `ukuleles, guitars, and lovely hula hands and voices. No wind instruments please. We'll gather in a circle to play therapeutically while enjoying strumming and singing together. Everyone is expected to participate.

Leonard Ke (V) $2 member/$3 non-member DSC Rm. 5 1-3 Register with instructor 6/4, 7/9, 8/6 Sat

Current Affairs

Raymond Vasquez (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 7 10:30-12 Register with leader 6/7-8/30 Tue

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ENRICHMENT

Karaoke Singing

Want to express yourself? Whether you're in the mood for standards, country, folk, rock, or show tunes, we guarantee you'll find something to tickle your fancy. Warm supportive atmosphere. All skill levels welcome. Come sing!

Abby Margolis (V) $3 per attendance DSC Rm. 5 9:45-11:45 Register with leader 1st & 3rd Wed 6/1,15; 7/6,20; 8/3,17 Wed

`Ukulele Class (Int./Adv.)

Prerequisite: Beginning `Ukulele

Ellison J. Garlasa $5 per class Merced Rm. 11:30-1:30 Register in class 6/2-8/25 Thu

`Ukulele Ensemble

The `ukulele is a fun and easy instrument to play. With a few basic skills and knowledge of music, a group of people can play and sound like an orchestra. The instructor will teach the group how to play multiple parts to musical arrangements. No musical experience is required but would be advantageous. 8 classes.

Hiram Bell Pre-register in Rm. 9 $130 resident/$135 non-resident DSC Rm. 5 #8374 5-6 7/11-8/29 Mon

Living Trusts & Other Estate Planning

Thomas Johnson, a local attorney, explains how to use a living trust to avoid probate fees, federal estate taxes and conservatorship, and how to use it in conjunction with an Advance Health Care Directive and Durable Power to plan for legal incapacity. Keep decisions regarding your health and finances in the hands of people you trust and out of the court's jurisdiction.

Atty. Tom Johnson (V) $6 resident/$10 non-resident DSC Rm. 5 #8366 10:30-11:30 #8367 1-2 #8368 1-2 Pre-register in Rm. 9 6/11 Sat 7/20 Wed 8/10 Wed

C L A S S E S

`Ukulele Workshop (New Beginners)

Learn to play the `ukulele the easy way. Learn about the history of the `ukulele, how to care for the instrument, and how to keep it in tune. Learn basic strumming techniques, chord positions, and chord progressions. Learn fun ways to practice and review singing and strumming. Song sheets provided. Bring your own `ukulele to each class.

Ke'alohinani Fong (V) $2 member/$3 non-member DSC Rm. 5 11:30-12:30 Register in class 6/2-8/25 Thu

Naturalization/US Citizenship

A Daly City-based Immigration Attorney will provide an overview to the naturalization and citizenship process and will discuss the eligibility requirements to become a U. S. citizen. Receive a certificate good for a free one-year consultation. Visit www.immigrantadvocate.com.

Rhodora V. Derpo, Esq. (V) Pre-register in Rm. 9 $15 DSC resident/$20 non-resident DSC Rm. 5 #8372 6-7 6/10 Fri #8373 6-7 6/17 Fri

Will Writing Workshop

Participants will write their own wills under supervision by a California estate lawyer with more than 30 years of experience. You will have it completed at the end of the session. Bring non-erasable pen, preferably a blue-colored pen.

Stuart Bronstein (V) $6 resident/$10 non-resident DSC Rm. 5 #8337 2-3 #8338 2-3 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Sharing Ideas

(V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 5 9:30-11:30 Register with instructor 6/3-8/26 Fri

6/18 Sat 8/20 Sat

Sing-a-long

Corinne Merwin/Mila & Bill Edwards (Vs) Café 11-12 6/24, 7/22, 8/26 Fri

`Ukulele Class (Beginners)

Enjoy learning to play this beautiful Hawaiian instrument. Course includes basic strumming, chord positions and progression, harmony, background history, songs, practice, and reviews. Bring your own `ukulele to each class and join the fun.

Ke'alohinani Fong (V) $2 member/$3 non-member DSC Rm. 5 9:30-11:15 Register in class 6/2-8/25 Thu

Always available.....

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GAMES

C L A S S E S

Backgammon/Checkers/Dominoes

Want to learn? Meet with leaders.

Lynne Faust/James Partoyan (Vs) DSC Rm. 2 8:30-12 Thu

HEALTH PROMOTION/SAFETY

Adaptive Exercise for the Physically Challenged

For people with Parkinson's, arthritis, stroke victims, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and cardiac patients. Individuals in wheelchairs and walkers are welcome.

John Pantazy $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 Register with instructor 1-2:30 6/2-8/30 Tue/Thu

Billiards

Manuel Sunshine (V) DSC Rm. 2 1-3 Mon & Fri

Arthritis Exercise

Specialized exercises for anyone with arthritis. We welcome individuals who have other kinds of physical limitations to the class. The instructor will address their needs and have assistants available to help students. The class will include stretching, strength and resistance training, and learning balancing skills.

Patricia Armstrong $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 1-2 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Mon/Wed/Fri

Bingo

Sheila Lum (V) DSC Rm. 7 12:30-3 Sat

Bingo - High Stakes

10% of proceeds go to Doelger Senior Center.

John Villareal, Sheila Lum (Vs) $10.00 Café 1-3 Tue

Bridge, ADV. Chicago

Wanda Kirvin (V) $1 member/$2 non-member LCH 9:30-2:30 Register with instructor Mon

CardioSculpt

CardioSculpt is a moderate intensity class; 20 minutes of continuous movement utilizing large muscle groups that is rhythmic and aerobic in nature; 20 minutes of 10 resistance exercises that develop major muscle groups in the body using resistance bands; 15 minutes of flexibility to develop fuller range of motion by gradually increasing tension without pain; and 5 minutes of relaxation and breathing.

Becky Hanvey $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 Register with instructor 9:30-10:30 6/1-8/31 Wed/Fri

Bridge, Chicago Games

You don't need a partner.

Henry Sommer (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 7 10-1:30 Register with instructor Wed

Bridge, CLINIC- Int./Adv.

Sigmund Ketterer, Wanda Kirvin ( Vs) Register with instructors $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 7 1st/3rd Monday 9:30-12 Int./Adv. 2nd/4th Monday 9:30-12:30 Duplicate Bridge

Driver Safety Program

Class is offered 2 half-days. This defensive driving class may help you obtain a discount on your vehicle insurance. Check and Driver's License ID due in class.

Canasta

Pre-registration is required. Group meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday for a fun (AARP Volunteer) Pre-register in Rm. 16 afternoon. $1 DSC member/$2 non-DSC member (cash)

Liz Hamre (V) $1 member/$2 non-member Café Nook 1-3:30 Register with volunteer 1st & 3rd Thu 6/2, 16 7/7, 21 8/4, 18 $12.00 check to AARP for AARP members $14.00 check to AARP for AARP non-members DSC Rm. 5 1-5 6/28, 29 Tue/Wed 1-5 7/26, 27 Tue/Wed

Chess Players Wanted

Beginners welcome!

Manuel Sunshine (V) DSC Rm.2 1-3 Fri

Fitness with Martial Arts

This class will get you in shape and make you strong. It is a fun combination class with some martial arts techniques to make it more interesting. Beginners are welcome, both women and men. http://niemihapkido.webs.com

George Niemi, Jr. Register with instructor $152 resident/$157 non-resident MR/LCH #8380 7:30-9 6/3-8/30 Tue/Fri (6/17, 7/29 LCH)

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Kickboxing Aerobics

This fun class is designed to keep you in shape, improve your strength, and teach you a few basic fighting techniques. Learn to kick and punch to the beat of music. Bring bag gloves, yoga mat, sweat towel, and something to drink. Drop in. Instructor has many years of experience with

teaching kickboxing aerobics and martial arts.

Nutrition Workshop

Kathy Everly (AE) DSC Kitchen 9-2 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Mon-Fri

Physical Fitness

Ray Hanvey $3 per class Pacelli Gym Merced Rm. John Pantazy $3 per class Pacelli Gym Register with instructor 9:30-10:30 9:15-10:15 6/6-8/29 Mon 6/3-8/26 Fri Register with instructor 9:30-11:30 6/2-8/31 Tue/Wed/Thu

Erene Niemi $10 per class DSC Rm. 14

Register with instructor 9:30-10:30 6/4-8/27 Sat

Physical Fitness for Older Adults

C L A S S E S

Massage Therapy at DOELGER Available by appointment only

Sign up in Information Office or Call 650-991-8012 by JAIME YAMAMURA, C.M.T. Monday Thursday 9:00-1:15 9:00-1:15 ½ hour $25.00 seniors $40.00 non-seniors 1 hour $45.00 seniors $65.00 non-seniors

Qi Gong

Qi Gong is an exercise and stretching system focusing on harmonizing breath with slow movements and guided visualizations. You can build up your health, prevent illness, and may successfully treat diseases.

Stanley Wong (V) $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 10:30-11:30 Register with leader 6/2-8/25 Thu

by SARITA SOKOL, C.M.T. Tuesday 11:00-3:40 Wednesday 11:00-3:40 1 hour $45.00 seniors $65.00 non-seniors

Reiki Classes

REIKI is great for self-healing of physical, emotional, and stress issues as well as injuries and chronic pain, illnesses such as organ pain, swelling, and nervous condition. Excellent for conditions of the stomach, abdomen, and all organs within. Reiki Attunements are available for all levels.

Vanessa Clark Pre-register in Rm. 9 $162 resident/$164 non-resident DSC Rm. 2 TRADITIONAL REIKI LEVEL I

ACCUPRESSURE by RUBE BANDIHAI

Friday 10:00-4:00 $25.00 seniors $40.00 non-seniors 1 hour $45.00 seniors $65.00 non-seniors ½ hour

This is for beginners and is a great beginning to alternative medicine as well as a complete modality in itself.

#8376 6-8 6/15 Wed TRADITIONAL REIKI LEVEL II

Meditation for Women in Transition

This class will focus on women meditating together in a group setting, experiencing various types of meditation. There are many surprising ways to meditate. This is a good class for interested people who are beginning to meditate, who need something to help them heal from any life transition, or who would just like to be part of a healing and relaxing group where women meet.

Regina Gomez Register with instructor $3 resident/$5 non-resident per class DSC Rm. 2 11-12 6/4-8/27 Sat

Level II is geared toward emotional issues and teaches long distance healing for yourself and others.

#8377 6-8 7/20 Wed TRADITIONAL REIKI LEVEL III

You will learn how to supercharge or maximize your first two levels, and you are ready to begin the Master journey.

#8378 6-8 8/17 Wed

Reiki Masters (3B)

A fun and informative class for Reiki Masters to enhance their Reiki practice, intuition, Chakra and Aura Healings utilizing gemstones and crystals, Acupressure points and Reiki. Connect with more energy and energy clearing. Explore more symbols and their uses. Connect with others and much more.

Vanessa Clark Pre-register in Rm. 9 $185 resident/$187 non-resident DSC Rm. 2 #8538 6-8 6/22 Wed 23

Mid-Day Stretch & Flex

John Pantazy $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 Register with instructor 12-1 6/2-8/25 Tue/Thu

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HEALTH PROMOTION/SAFETY

C L A S S E S

Strength Training for Older Adults

John Pantazy $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 Register with instructor 2:30-4 6/2-8/30 Tue/Thu

LANGUAGES

French (Beg.)

Bonjour! Come speak French with us. Beginner classes are designed for people with no previous French exposure. We cover basic grammar, vocabulary and basic conversational skills at a slow pace. Merci bien et a bientot. Materials fee of $10 payable at first day of class.

Beatrice Trang $59 resident/$64 non-resident DSC Rm. 7 #8339 10-12 #8340 10-12 #8341 6-8 #8342 6-8 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Stretch with Yoga

This class includes Pilates, a combination of movements to strengthen your entire body. Yoga improves flexibility and exercises your joints, teaching you correct breathing, balance, strength and proper body alignment, and teaching you how to relax. Pilates main focus is on the abdominals, lower back, buttocks, and inner thighs. Students will have individual attention and adaptations to address needs.

Patricia Armstrong $3 per class DSC Rm. 14 11:15-12:30 2:30-4 4-5:15 Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Mon/Wed/Fri 6/1-8/31 Mon/Wed/Fri 6/1-8/31 Wed

6/23-8/4Thu 8/18-9/29 Thu 6/20-8/8 Mon (no class 7/4) 8/15-10/3 Mon (no class 9/5)

French (Int.)

Bonjour! Lessons start from the beginning but go at a fast pace as you review them. We emphasize conversational lessons, part culture, part history, idiomatic expressions, and more vocabulary, as you travel to francophone countries. A bientot. Materials fee of $10 payable at first day of class.

Beatrice Trang $59 resident/$64 non-resident DSC Rm. 7 #8343 1-3 #8344 1-3 Pre-register in Rm. 9

Stretch with Yoga (Beg./Int.)

Patricia Armstrong $5 per class DSC Rm. 14 11:45-1 Register with instructor 6/4-8/27 Sat

Tai Chi Chuan (Adv.)

Anna Bonal (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 14 9-9:30 Register with instructor 6/2-8/30 Tue/Thu

6/23-8/4 Thu 8/18-9/29Thu

Tai Chi Chuan (Beg.)

Anna Bonal (V) $1 member/$2 non-member DSC Rm. 14 9:30-10 Register with instructor 6/2-8/30 Tue/Thu

Spanish

In this class, you will learn grammar, reading, writing, vocabulary, and simple sentence construction through conversation. Materials fee is $10. 10 classes.

Maria Cristina Provedor Pre-register in Rm. 9 $56 resident/$60 non-resident LE #8379 2-4 6/28-8/30 Tue

Walkabout

Meet at Serramonte Center indoor Mall.

Leaders:Tere Massey, Toni Koel Register with leaders Serramonte Center 8:30-9:30 Wed/Fri

Tagalog (Conversational)

Mabuhay at kumusta po kayo! If you can read this phrase and would like to learn more, come and join us in our activities: learning greetings; and describing objects, people, and things. Learning conversational Tagalog is fun. $10 materials fee payable at first day of class. 10 meetings.

Lulu Cornista Pre-register in Rm. 9 $52 resident/$56 non-resident DSC Rm. 7 #8382 1-3 6/28-8/30 Tue

LANGUAGES

French for Total Beginners

Parlez-vous francais? We are offering basic conversation with vocabulary and expressions. We will pass our love of French on to you in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. 8 classes. $10 materials fee payable at first day of class.

Beatrice Trang $82 resident/$84 non-resident DSC Rm. 7 #8345 9:30-11:30 Pre-register in Rm. 9

6/18-8/13 Sat (no class 7/2)

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Doelger Senior Center Late October DAY AT THE RACES November 1-7 BRANSON OZARK MOUNTAIN HOLIDAY Fly non-stop to and from San Francisco to Kansas City, Missouri where we spend our first night at the Embassy Suites. On Day Two we motorcoach to nearby Independence for a visit and tour of the Harry Truman Library and Museum. Then continue on to Branson for five nights at the Hilton Branson Landing overlooking Lake Tanycomo. Enjoy included shows featuring the Gatlin Brothers, Shoji Tabuchi, a visit to the College of the Ozarks and Silver Dollar City, a day visit to Eureka Springs and the Ozark Folk Festival, and a tour of the Titanic Museum the largest indoor museum in the world. Many included meals. Price: $1,565 pp Dbl. November 29-December 5 NEW ENGLAND YULETIDE TREASURES Enjoy a deluxe Collette Vacation with two nights at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island; two nights at the historic Mr. Washington Hotel in New Hampshire; and two nights at the Omni Parker House in Boston. Many meals included with nonstop air to and from San Francisco. Price: $1,998 pp Dbl. Sunday, December 18 BEACH BLANKET BABYLON CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Join us for the special Christmas performance of Beach Blanket Babylon. We have reserved seats for center balcony (best seats in theatre). Dinner precedes performance at 3:00pm at historic Capp's Corner where you have a choice of entreés including Filet of Sole, Eggplant Parmigiana, Chicken Scaloppine, or Pork Tenderloin. Leave 2:00pm, return approx. 7:00pm. Price $125 April 28 - May 13, 2012 SAN FRANCISCO ROUND TRIP TO HAWAII ABOARD THE STAR PRINCESS Not since the days of the "SS Lurline" has a luxury passenger ship sailed round trip from the port of San Francisco to the shores of Hawaii. This 15night cruise is one you won't want to miss at a price that reflects those days of long ago. Ports of call include Hilo, Honolulu, Kauai, Maui, and Ensenada, Mexico. Prices start at just $1,998 pp Dbl.

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June 9-10 IRONSTONE WINERY TOUR WITH LUNCH. OVERNIGHT AT JACKSON RANCHERIA Motorcoach to the town of Murphys for a private tour of Ironstone Winery, wine tasting with canapés, then enjoy a delicious hosted private lunch. After lunch we head to Jackson Rancheria for an overnight stay. The next day we head to Thunder Valley Casino before returning home. Casino food and cash bonuses provided. Price $150 pp Dbl. September 7-17 ALASKA ROUND-TRIP FROM SAN FRANCISCO Enjoy a 10-day cruise to Alaska aboard the Sea Princess leaving from and returning to San Francisco. Transfer to the port of San Francisco from Daly City will be provided. Prices start from $1,295 pp Dbl. Wednesday September 28 APPLE HILL Motorcoach to Placerville to High Hill Ranch for a hosted lunch of BBQ Chicken with sides and apple pie-a-la-mode. We visit two other ranches in the area, and have time for shopping. Leave 9:00am, return approx 5:30pm. Price: $59 Wednesday, October 5 RIVER ROCK CASINO IN ALEXANDER VALLEY $20 cash bonus, $5 food credit. Leave 8:30am, return approx 5:30pm. Price: $30

T R I P S

Flyers/brochures available at 111 Lake Merced Blvd., Daly City - 650-991-8001 ALL MOTORCOACH DAY TRIPS LEAVE FROM DOELGER SENIOR CENTER

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L I N C O L N COM C T R

LINCOLN COMMUNITY CENTER

901 Brunswick (Acton & Brunswick) Daly City, CA 94014-1349 OPEN: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:30am - 5pm (Subject to change without notice due to changes in programming) C l f ri f r a i nr g r i ge e i g &w e e d al o nomto eadn vnns ekns English: 650-991-8018 Chinese: 650-991-5526 Spanish: 650-991-5527 Tagalog: 650-991-5528 Facility Rental Information: 650-991-8001 Public Transportation - SamTrans 120 & 121 - Call 800-660-4287 for more info/schedule

Summer Quarter Holidays & Celebrations

June

2 1 0 30 Thursday Fia rdy Thursday Lincoln Advisory Board Meeting - 9:00am Wise & Well - Blood Pressure Screening - 9:30am Philippine Independence Day Celebration Suggested Donation $5 4th of July Celebration at Doelger Senior Center

July

4 7 Monday Thursday Independence Day holiday - CENTER CLOSED Lincoln Advisory Board Meeting - 9:00am Wise & Well - Blood Pressure Screening - 9:30am

August

4 Thursday Lincoln Advisory Board Meeting - 9:00am Wise & Well - Blood Pressure Screening - 9:30am

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CLASSES & PROGRAMS

BINGO Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 1:00 - 2:30pm $1.00 to play plus cost of cards BALLROOM LINE DANCING 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Wednesday 2:45-4:45pm CHI-GONG 1st Monday - 10:00am-12:00pm

CHINESE CULTURALACTIVITIES

L I N C HEALTH SCREENINGS & SERVICES O L DRIVERS' SAFETY TRAINING COURSE N by AARP for drivers 55+ COM Call 888-AARP-NOW C OPERATION BROWN BAG T Free grocery bag to qualified individuals 60+ R

Pre-registration required. Call 800-984-3663 Wednesday 8:30am

Fan Dancing M-T-Th-F - 9-10am Chinese/American Line Dancing Friday - 10:15-11:45am Chinese Music Monday - 12:00-5:00pm Chinese Opera/Karaoke Friday- 12:00-5:00pm

*WISE AND WELL HEALTH SCREENINGS *for individuals ages 60+ Blood Sugar/Blood Pressure Call Janel Jurosky, RN MSN 650-696-7663 1st Thursday - 9:30am

GROUPS and CLUBS

DALY CITY SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Wednesday - 11:30-2:30pm Bingo: 1-2:30 FASA Filipino American Senior Association Monday - 1:00-4:00pm

Pay at the door

DOMINOES/MAHJONG/SOCIAL GAMING Monday-Friday 8:00am-12:00pm ENGLISH INSTRUCTION CLASS Tuesday 9:00-10:30am Thursday 10:00-11:30 Friday 10:00-11:00 EXERCISE GROUP Tai Chi, Stretching Monday - Saturday - 8:30am-9:00am EXERCISE/AEROBICS Tuesday 3:00-4:30pm Thursday 3:00-4:30pm Saturday 9:30-11:00am FRENCH CLASS Tuesday - 12:00-1:00pm SPANISH CLASSES Monday 10:00am-12:00pm (Conversational) Tuesday 9:00-10:00am (Beginning) Tuesday 10:30am-12:00pm (Conversational)

FIL'CA Filipino Californian Senior Group Every Sunday 12:30-4:30pm

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Mmmm... Tasty, freshly cooked meals offered daily Monday thru Friday at 12:00pm.

$2.00 donation for seniors (60+) $7.00 for non-seniors (under 60) Reserve early Call 650-991-8018 before 11am daily. Monthly menus available upon request

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ENRICHMENT

Guitar Lessons

COMPUTERS

Computer Class

Learn and understand computer technology with hands-on With just a few simple stay chords, you can play a wide experience, how it all works, and explore some popular variety of musical styles, including rock, country, folk, blues, jazz, and classical. We will go over guitar basics and muapplications. Richard Baugh (AE) Register with instructor sic fundamentals. All levels and all ages are welcome.

Computer Room 1-2:30 1/11-5/19 Mon thru Thu

Computer Lab

* Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 10am-12:30pm * FREE * Patrons must provide their own paper * The Computer Lab is for adult use only! Youth are encouraged to use the upstairs library computers during library hours.

Patrick Avera $5 per class Room 201

Register with instructor 11-12:30 6/1-8/31 Wed

`Ukulele for Beginners

Enjoy learning to play this beautiful Hawaiian instrument. Course includes basic strumming, chord position and progression, harmony, background history, songs, practice, and reviews. Bring your own `ukulele to each class and join the fun.

Register with instructor ongoing Mon

DANCE

Easy Line Dance for Beginners

Everyone who is challenged is welcome. Come, join us, and learn the simple easy steps to the music of fox trot, waltz, polka, rumba, and more.

Yolanda Pometta $4 per class Rm. 201 11-11:45 Register with instructor Wed

Ke'alohinani (Elaine) Fong (V) $2 per class (new location) Room 202 10-11:30

HEALTH PROMOTION - SAFETY

Become Healthy With Yoga

This class includes: practice yoga, meditation (beginners love), healing fingers (mudra), and massage techniques (prana, chadras). This will help you with your health, emoFolklorico Mexicano No experience necessary. Request: Wear hard sole shoes. tions, breathing, metabolism, and your body ailments. Dr. Liliana McLean Register with instructor Classes will be given in Spanish. $3 per class

Yolanda Pometta $2 per class Rm.201 5-7pm Register with instructor Upper Gym 10-11 6/2-8/30 Tue/Thu 6/2-7/28 Tue/Thu

Exercise Group

Come join us as we enjoy a fun and easy way to exercise Line dancing is an entertaining and fun way to exercise, and get fit. A great way to stay active and energized. Free to attend Register with instructor and is good for coordination. No partner necessary. DropUpper Gym 10-11 Mon/Wed/Fri in!

Soul Line Dance Class

Gladys Pebbles White $5.00 per class Upper Gym (Adv.)12:30-2:30pm Upper Gym (Beg.)12:30-2:30pm

Register with instructor 6/1-8/31 Wed 6/6-8/29 Mon

Karaoke Therapy

If you are in need of some relief, here is the remedy - a musical treatment of words and melody. There is a song for you, there is a song for me. Whether sung in tune or off key, it is sure to lift our spirits harmoniously.

Pete Lumpkins (V) Free to attend Room 202 1-2:30 pm Register with instructor ongoing Wed

ENRICHMENT

Drum Circle Class

Drumming helps you use rhythm to connect with others and get in tune with yourself. No prior knowledge of drumming or music is necessary . Participants must bring their own percussive and/or nonpercussive instruments every Friday.

David Jaberi $2 per class Rm. 201 1:00-2:00

Zen & the Art of Knitting, Advanced

This class will use easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions that will provide a sound basis for intermediate level projects. We will incorporate stress reduction techniques, as well as skills that will enable you to unleash your creRegister with instructor ativity. Participants will complete at least one project while working at their own pace.Class size is limited to ensure one-on-one interaction. 6/3-8/26 Fri

Carole Warner (V) Free to attend Conference Room 10am-12pm Register with instructor ongoing Mon/Tue

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6655 Mission Street, Daly City - 650-991-8086 John Daly 650-991-8073 LANGUAGE Library Veterans of Foreign Wars English Class Post 8750

Improve your oral and written communications. Learn to use appropriate expressions and expand your vocabulary. All levels of English are welcome.

Aldona Watts Free to attend Rms. 202/203 Register with instructor 10am-1pm August

W A R M E M O R I A L

Meets here every second Friday of every month - 10am-12pm. If you are interested in becoming a member or for more information, call Pete Jalquñas at 650-878-5214.

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Free Blood Pressure 1st Tuesday - 10:0010:30am Screening

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Exercise Group

`Ukulele Class by Ke'alohinani Fong

Edgardo Bolaños at Dia de los Muertos

Folklorico Mexicano kids group receiving a diploma from Yolanda Pometta

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