River Valley Senior Center
Flu vaccines will be given at River Valley Senior Center in October and November. Anyone is eligible to participate. We are able to bill Medicare and Medicaid so please bring your card and a valid identification. If you are uninsured or under age 65 please call and speak with Kathy. If you are homebound and would like a flu vaccine Kathy will be making home visits on Tuesday 11/14 and Tuesday 11/28. Flu shot clinics (no appointment necessary) will be held:
Monday, October 23, 9-12.
Friday, October 27, 9-12
Tuesday, October 31, 10–2.
Wednesday, November 1, 9-12.
Friday, November 17, 9-12.
Tuesday, November 21, 9-2.
If you are unable to attend one of the clinics and would like a flu shot please call Kathy to schedule an appointment.
Thursday, October 5th
11:30 to 3:30
Heart and Soul Band with Will & Marilyn Smaka and Johnny Dodge will entertain us. He and his band are well known in the area. So put on your dancing shoes and join us for an afternoon of good entertainment, good food and fellowship. Lunch will be provided. It is important to call for reservations at 469-4556
Metamorphis Traveling Dinner
Theater at RVSC
Wednesday November 15th at 11:30
Come join us for a luncheon, consisting of baked chicken and ham, scallop potatoes, green bean casserole, cole slaw, relish tray, rolls and butter plus desert. After lunch the afternoon will include “Annie Get Your Gun” a musical comedy. which will be presented by Metamorphis Traveling Theater. Call 469-4556 for reservation by November 8th.
Health News By Kathy Steinke
In an effort to prevent fraud and identity theft, Medicare is taking Social Security numbers off of the identification cards of that are used to access health care by 58 million Americans. It’s good news for a government program that is routinely targeted by crooks and scam artists who like to prey on seniors and others. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services started phasing in the new cards with random numbers and letters this year with all enrollees expected to be issued new Medicare cards by April 2019. The bad news is that this will be a long 19 months for advocates now bracing for a new wave of criminal activity triggered by the transition of the new cards. If you are on Medicare, you are about to become a target of scammers who will try to take advantage of the change and steal your personal information. Scam artists pretending to be Medicare or Social Security representatives may call requesting individuals to verify Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and more for enrollees to receive the new cards. They may threaten that benefits will be lost or services delayed without verification. The best advice is: Don’t fall for it and hang up the phone! Officials with Medicare, Social Security or the Internal Revenue Service will never cold call you. Don’t be a willing target!
River Valley Senior Center
Annual Meeting Oct. 18th at 9:00
The River Valley Senior Center will hold its Annual Meeting On October 18th at 9:00 a.m. The Nomination committee will present their recommendations to fill the open and expired seats on the Board of Directors. The Board will open the floor for nominations. also The financial report will be given by Rebecca Gloe of Advantage Accounting and the Board will recap their activities of the past year and the plans for the future.
Board Of Directors Meeting Oct. 18th
The River Valley Senior Center Board of Directors will hold their monthly meeting in the upper level of the Senior Center on the third Wednesday of each month.. This months meeting will be immediately following the Annual meeting. On the agenda will be election of Officers.