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May 2015

City of Pasadena

CENTER HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8 am - 4 pm [email protected] 1700 E. Thomas Pasadena, TX 77506 713.477.0175 office 713.477.0111 fax

Johnny Isbell, Mayor The Madison Jobe Senior Center is a recreation facility for active adults 50 years of age and older. It is operated by the City of Pasadena Parks and Recreation Department and is located near the intersection of Red Bluff and Thomas, close to Hwy 225. Whether you are working, semi-retired, or retired, we offer a variety of great leisure, educational and personal development opportunities for you. Our programs offer activities that encourage and support health, creativity, and social interaction for active adults. Why not take the time to try something new?

In the Spotlight “Lou Ann Nolan” “Tra-la it’s May!” May reminds me of May Day which was the first day of May when I was growing up. It was a day we would secretly leave flowers at neighbor’s houses and never let them know who did it. The rule around our house was that we could do it as long as we did not pick flowers from any garden other than our own. We were allowed to pick wildflowers, of course. We would happily gather the day lilies, buttercups, violets, gardenias, and roses from our garden or flowers from whatever other gardens that we had the owner’s permission. We giggled and joyfully would leave these bouquets on the doorsteps with a feeling that we had spread a little joy to folks. We would tie the bundles with string, twigs, long grass blades, or the long leaves from the lilies. Sometimes we would bargain for ribbon from our grandmother’s collection or rick rack from our mother’s sewing basket. What joy we had! May 5th is our Cinco de Mayo dance and will be lots of fun for all. The staff has worked hard to bring some delicious food and some fun entertainment. I want to shout out a special thank you to all those wonderful folks who helped us make the Ms. Senior Pasadena pageant a huge success. It would not have been possible without our generous sponsors, Cigna HealthSpring, Franks and Sons Jewelry, The Waterford, Walgreen’s, Parson’s House, Massage Envy and Joe Sam’s. We also could not have done it without all the wonderful volunteers, Kirby Cardenas (Parks Director), Richard Scott (Community Relations Director) and his staff, Julie Wilson, Michelle Blunt, Jackie Welch, Wayne Holt, Stanley White, Charlie Genzer, Sylvia Soliz, Ed Racicot, the Parks and Recreation Department, Clean Streets Department, Eric Sweet and Channel 16, Barbara Sitzman, the judges: Judge Les Rorick, Lynne Summers, Raymond Franks, Lynne

Foley, Myrian Espitia, the escorts for the court, Darrell Morrison, Asst. Police Chief M.P. Jackson, Asst. Police Chief Josh Bruegger, Bill Welch, Sy Salazar, Don Early, Dwight Ottele, Mark Beaver, Mike Kainer, Tim Ryan, Marc Hopkins, Ernie Alsobrook, and the many other departments and people who pitched in to help us. It was a whirlwind time but a very heartfelt thank-you to all involved in making it a success. It was a beautiful time shared with the loveliest people. A special thank you goes out to each of our incredibly talented and beautiful contestants who made the judges’ job incredibly difficult in picking a winner (because they all were winners), and to the former queens who helped share their experiences and talents to help the contestants. A special recognition also goes out to the devotion of the Staff of Madison Jobe for their perseverance and excellent work under pressure: Sandra Varela, Eric Muecke, Elisa Roach, Dana Solomon, Julie Perez, and Barbara Robles. Job well done by all! Our new queen, Mrs. Betty Smith, is beautiful, talented, poised, elegant, and will be a wonderful representative for our City. Whew! With all that said, May is set to be a whirlwind of activity. Add to that, (brag, brag) my son is getting married in May to a wonderful young lady and my daughter is graduating from Yale. I am blessed beyond measure as a mother. Speaking of mothers, remember to take the time to remember your mothers, friends, daughters, daughters in law and all the moms you know on Mother’s Day, May 10th. And in the spirit of May Day, spread joy and smiles wherever you can! Sometimes it is fun to do it anonymously and without credit. Make someone’s day joyful.

SILVER STAR SENIOR MEETING Tuesday, May 5th in conjunction with the Cinco De Mayo Party. Please call to register for the Cinco De Mayo party! Hope to see you there!

May- Monthly To Do’s: We will be CLOSED Friday, May 1st for floor maintenance and Monday, May 25th, in observance of Memorial Day. SILVER STAR MEETING – is Tuesday, May 5th which will be incorporated into our Cinco De Mayo Party! So come and hear about our upcoming events and please RSVP for the Cinco De Mayo party. BUNCO (Every Monday Except TRIAD Monday or a holiday) – Mondays from 10 am 2 pm on May 4th and 11th. Please bring your sack lunch and join in the fun with head hostess, Ruby Belch. Cost is $3. Prizes will be awarded! PEN PAL PARTY– Thursday, May 7th, 1:30 to 2:30. All participants in the Pen Pal program are asked to come meet their pen pal. Games, entertainment and refreshments will be provided. TUTS – Tuesday, May 12th. We will see the musical production of “The Music Man.” The bus will leave at 4:45 pm. We will have dinner at Cleburne’s Cafeteria and proceed to the theatre. BINGO - Wednesday, May 13th and 27th, from 1 pm to 3 pm. Each participant will have a two card limit per game. All donations for prizes are appreciated. Come join the Fun! TRIAD – will be Monday, May 18th at 10:30 am. Featured speaker will be Mr. Andrew Hardwick, Public Affairs Specialist for Social Security Administration. Learn how to avoid Identity Theft, Scams, Fraud, and Elder Abuse. “Knowledge is Power” and “Investigate before you Invest”. LUNCH BUNCH – will be Tuesday, May 19th at 10:30 am. We will be heading to Buffalo Grill on Bissonett. DAY TRIP - Friday, May 22nd, we will going to the resale shops in Houston and have lunch at a nearby restaurant. The bus will leave the center at 9 am. The cost of the trip is $2. LUNCH AND A MOVIE – will be Friday. May 29th. We will watch “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” One of Marilyn's greatest movies where you can always find new friends in diamonds. Lunch is $2 and will be served at 11 am. Please RSVP!

June- Looking Ahead: SILVER STAR MEETING – is Tuesday, June 2nd at 2pm. Come hear what is going on at your center and share refreshments with us!. BUNCO (Every Monday Except TRIAD Monday or a holiday) – Mondays from 10 am 2 pm on June 1st, 8th, 22nd and 29th. Please bring your sack lunch and join in the fun with head hostess, Ruby Belch. Cost is $3. Prizes will be awarded! BINGO - Wednesday, June 3rd and 24th, from 1 pm to 3 pm. Each participant will have a two card limit per game. All donations for prizes are appreciated. Come join the Fun! COUSHATTA - will be Wednesday, June 10th. The cost is $10 and the bus will leave at 8 am, so make plans to arrive by 7:30 am. The bus will return to the center at approximately 7 pm. TRIAD – will be Monday, June 15th at 10:30 am. This meeting is a partnership of seniors, law enforcement and community. “Knowledge is Power!” DAY TRIP - Tuesday, June 23nd, we will going to Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site in Columbia, Texas and have lunch at a nearby restaurant. The bus will leave the center at 9 am. The cost of the trip is $7. LUNCH AND A MOVIE – will be Friday. May 26th. We will watch “Mildred Pierce”. Pad your shoulders and come watch as Joan Crawford raises one of the most ungrateful, spoiled daughters in motion history. Lunch is $2 and will be served at 11 am. Please RSVP! LUNCH BUNCH – will be Tuesday, June 30th at 10:30 am. We will be heading to Katz’s Deli at 616 Wertheimer. Sign up will begin during the Silver Star Meeting Cinco De Mayo party on Tuesday, May 5th.

Pasadena Strawberry Festival “Celebrating 42nd Festival” Pasadena Convention Center & Fairgrounds Friday-Sunday, May 15th-17th. Additional info: 281.991.9500 www.strawberryfest.org Presented by: San Jacinto Day Foundation Strawberry Parade Saturday, May 9 @ 10 am.

Swingin’ Seniors Square Dance Club The Dance Club meets at Madison Jobe every Tuesday from 10 am – Noon No charge – Free coffee – 713.477.0175 Callers for May 2015 5-5 Gary Belcik 5-12 Riley Mogford 5-19 Gary Sanders 5-26 Stu Ringer

Pasadena Animal Control & Adoption 5150 Burke Pasadena, Texas 77504 281.991.0602 Shelter Hours Monday thru Friday Noon - 6 pm Saturday Noon - 4 pm

Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Pictures Needed We will display family pictures 4x6 up to a 5x7 on the book shelves here at MJSC. Please put your name on back of pictures and MJSC is not liable for lost or stolen frames.

Some well deserved Thank You’s Thank you Parsons House 8727 Fairmont Pkwy, La Porte, TX 77571 281.478.0000, and Paramount Senior Care Centers of Pasadena 3434 Watters Street Pasadena, TX 77504 713.941.0945 for donating refreshments for our monthly TRIAD meetings.  A heartfelt thank you to First Baptist women for donation of pastries each month. 

Bags of Popcorn Every Friday in May from 1 pm to 3 Pasadena Heritage Museum at 204 South Main Pasadena, TX 77506 Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 2:30 pm Saturday by appointment Phone 713.472.0565

Better Business Bureau: 713.868.9500 Equifax: 800.685.1111 TransUnion: 800.888.4213 Experian: 888.397.3742 To Report Abuse of Elderly: 800.252.5400

THE BREAKFAST CLUB May 20th, 8 am to 9 am

Come join us for a healthy breakfast. Our guest speakers will be Polk Curtiss and Michele Asher as they talk about the “713.475.5555 Action Line”. Cost for the breakfast will be $2. Please see MJSC staff to sign up. East Harris County Community Center and the Bay Area Community Center present the

2015 South Channel Senior Olympics May 4th –8th, 2015 CPR CLASS A CPR class will be held after our breakfast on Wednesday, July 15th starting At 9 am. Space is limit!

Pen Pal Party

Thursday, May 7th, 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm. All participants in the Pen Pal program are asked to come out and meet your pen pal. The children of Red Bluff Elementary will be here. We are planning BRAZILIAN DIMENSIONAL EMBROIDERY Every Monday from 10 am to 12 pm except holidays. Our a party with game, entertainment and refreshments!

Instructor is Mel Hutchinson, who has taught this class at BINGO PRIZES Madison Jobe for 13 years. Brazilian Embroidery is a Spring cleaning is in the air and as you clean out unique and different type of embroidery that uses special your closets, Madison Jobe Center is in need of threads that lift the flowers up off the fabric for a BINGO prizes. All donated items are greatly 3D effect.

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Pasadena Music Club Meets at Madison Jobe Senior Center every Saturday from 6 pm to 8 pm (Unless told otherwise) Classic country tunes No alcohol served or allowed! Open to everyone 50 and above Admission is $2 and membership is available. For more info please call 281.487.2582

NEW AARP DRIVING COURSE Classes at MJSC

Please sign-up early...limited number of seats. May 20th, July 20th and Sept 15th COST - $15 members & $20 non-members THERE MAY BE DELAYS, OMISSIONS, ERRORS, OR INACCURACIES IN THE CONTENT. ALL ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

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ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 8:00 TAP DANCING LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 10:00 SQUARE DANCERS BRAZILIAN EMBROIDERY 10:30 LUNCH BUNCH / TRIAD BUFFALO GRILL SINGING SENIORS 12:00 42 PLAYERS 12:00 QUILTING GROUP

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ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 8:00 TAP DANCING LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 10:00 LINE DANCING BRIDGE 1:00 PASADENA SENIORS COMPUTER CLASS BINGO

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ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 8:00 TAP DANCING LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 10:00 LINE DANCING BRIDGE 1:00 PASADENA SENIORS COMPUTER CLASS BINGO

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ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 8:00 TAP DANCING LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 10:00 LINE DANCING BRIDGE 1:00 PASADENA SENIORS COMPUTER CLASS 1:30 PEN PAL PARTY

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CENTER CLOSED FLOOR MAINTENANCE

ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK LOW IMPACT AEROBICS DAY TRIP / RESALE SHOPS TABLE GAMES

8:00 ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 9:00 LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 11:00 LUNCH & A MOVIE / “GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES” 1:00 TABLE GAMES

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1700 EAST THOMAS PASADENA 77506 713.477.0175 [email protected]

8:00 BREAKFAST CLUB 8:00 TAP DANCING 9:00 AARP - DEFENSIVE 10:00 LINE DANCING DRIVING CLASS 1:00 PASADENA SENIORS 9:00 LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 1:00 BRIDGE 1:00 COMPUTER CLASS

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8:00 ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 8:00 TAP DANCING 9:00 LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 10:00 SQUARE DANCERS 10:00 BRAZILIAN EMBROIDERY 12:00 42 PLAYERS 10:00 BUNCO 12:00 QUILTING GROUP 2:00 SINGING SENIORS 4:45 TUTS - “THE MUSIC MAN”

THERE WILL BE NO ACTIVITIES IN DINING ROOM

CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION

Wednesday

2015 SOUTH CHANNEL SENIOR OLYMPICS MAY 4th –8th, 2015

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Lou Ann Nolan - MJSC Director Eric Muecke - Recreation Specialist Sandra Varela - Recreation Assistant Elisa Roach - Office Assistant Dana Solomon - PT Rec. Attendant Barbara Robles - Custodian

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MAY 2015

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8:00 ZUMBA / 2 MILE WALK 9:00 LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 10:00 BRAZILIAN EMBROIDERY 10:00 BUNCO 2:00 SINGING SENIORS

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Monday

MADISON JOBE SENIOR CENTER MJSC.pasadenatexas.net MON - FRI 8 am – 4 pm