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The NEWS from the Silverton Senior Center....

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It's that time again.....
Silverton's GOT Talent...
Community Talent Show...
Family Friendly Fun for Everyone! (AND BBQ!)
July 23 from 11 am to 2 pm-Saturday
Open to all ages with three catagories
$50 First Place...
AND performing at the Celebrate Families Community Picnic in August...
Applications are available NOW
at the Silverton Senior Center
115 Westfield St.
Deadline to submit applications is July 20th...
Show Silverton who's GOT Talent!
503-873-3093 for more information

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Anyone interested in the Paint 'N Party scheduled for tonight?  Only 5 folks have signed up and we need a few more or we will reschedule again for another time... on line at www.paintnpartyor.com

Tomorrow, Saturday, June 18 from 2-4 pm
Celebration of Life for Doris Moore
Bring potluck item & memories to share!
Here at the Silverton Senior Center
115 Westfield St.

Still time to sign up for the Sisters Quilt Show for July 9.  This is a Saturday!

Tuesday, June 21 is the Alzheimer's Hypnotherapy Study... still time to sign up
Free for seniors & Alzheimer folks

Looking for a few more volunteers for the Fireworks Booth... The Silverton Senior Center along with the Mural Society and the Lions Club share the profits from the Fireworks Booth in front of Oil Can Henry's next to Roth's Gas Station... Starting Tuesday, June 28 until July 4
...contact Donna Bates, Volunteer Coordinator for this event, at 503-873-3093

Thursday, June 23 is FREE Legal Advice from Attorney Phil Kelley... sign up for appointments

Happy Father's Day to all the Father's out there!
Dodie Brockamp, Executive Director
Silverton Senior Center

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Reminder... Monday, June13 at 1 pm is a special presentation by Silverton/Legacy Health Chaplain, Betty Jo Steel on "A Good Life... all the way to the very end."
A Free event for seniors 60+

Travel Lunch Presentation by Oregon West on Thursday, June 16 at 11 am... please call to sig n up to guarantee a spot for the light luncheon. 503-873-3093

Any Artists or wannabe Artists out there? Paint 'N Party with Maxine is Friday, June 17 at 6 pm... ONLY $35 for a lot of FUN and a fantastic finished painting. Check out the web site www.paintnpartyor.com can pay on line or at the Senior Center by check, cash or credit card.

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The Celebration of Life for Doris Moore will be Saturday, June 18 from 2 - 4 pm... Family requests it be a Potluck and it will be held at the Silverton Senior Center, 115 Westfield St.


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FREE Strawberry Festival? Yes, Thanks to Legacy!
A Great way to celebrate Father's Day!
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The Silverton Senior Center would like to THANK Mr. Wendell James and Silverton Glass for the very generous donation of glass shelving for the new display cases.
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Save the Dates:
June 11 from 8 - 10:30 am
Pancake Breakfast

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The Oregon Senior Games is June 9-12 in Bend Oregon. A good old fashioned fun time for adults over 50 for fun & competition. Sports: Archery, 5K Run/Walk, Bowling, Cycling, Golf, Pickleball, Racquetball, Shuffleboard, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Track & Field, Basketball, ​Horseshoes; Exhibition Sports: Cowboy Action Shooting, and an interesting off-shoot of softball... Over The Line

For more information check out Oregon-Senior-Games website , or, the Facebook Link OregonSeniorGames on Facebook

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THURSDAY, MAY 12th 2016

Hello and here is the latest & greatest from the Silverton Senior Center

The winner of the Small Business Revolution was revealed this morning at 11 am at Mac's...I went very hopeful that Silverton would win, but alas Silverton lost!
HUGE Thanks to everyone who voted and encouraged their family & friends to vote too!

Father's Day and Graduation Ceremonies are just around the corner...so when looking for those SPECIAL gifts for SPECIAL people... check out the Silverton Senior Center's Thrift Shop located at 207 High St. Open Tuesdays to Saturdays; 10 am to 5 pm and Sundays 11 am to 4 pm... Where your tax deductible donations are always welcome!

Dodie Brockamp, Executive Director
Silverton Senior Center

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Congratulations to the Silverton Senior Center for the Grant Award of $1,000 from Northwest Farm Credit Services that was presented yesterday (see photo).  It will be coming out in print very soon.  This Grant Award is for money towards the Reader Board Project.
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 L-R: Sherry & David from Northwest Farm Credit Services presenting Silverton Senior Center's Executive Director with the Grant Award of $1,000 for the Reader Board Project. Dennis Hadley-- Member, Board Members--Jean Hadley, Bob Foster, Larry Ferguson, Alan Mickelson & Kathy Hunter

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Some information from Silverton Senior Center Member & local Attorney, Phil Kelley about SCAMS.  Very informative! TaxScams.pdf

Phil will be available for Legal Questions & advice in an open office setting every third Thursday of the month here at the Silverton Senior Center.  By appointment or walk-in... call ahead first...9 am-12 pm.

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On  sad note... Board Member Barry Olson has recently passed away.  He was an avid Pinochle Player and gentle soul.  He will be missed!

Dodie Brockamp, Executive Director
Silverton Senior Center

 

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Need a Special Place to host a Holiday Event?  The Silverton Senior Center is RENTABLE with reasonable rates.  Call soon for available dates, the calendar is filling up quickly!  Renting is available for ALL Seniors 60+ and if you are a current member of the Silverton Senor Center there is a 10% discount on the rate!

Dodie Brockamp, Executive Director
Silverton Senior Center

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Don't forget to check out the Silverton Senior Center's Thrift Shop at 207 High St... Open 10 am - 5 pm Tuesday - Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 4 pm... Where tax deductible donations are always welcome! 
 
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* "Silverton Senior Center" is the Assumed Business Name, registered in Oregon, for Silverton Area Seniors, Inc., an Oregon public benefit corporation consisting of adult individuals restricted to age 60 and older.