River Valley Senior Center
Mothers Day Brunch
Thursday May 9th at 11:00
Mothers, celebrate your special day with us on Thursday, May 9th at 11:00 for a brunch prepared especially for you. Please call for reservations at 469-4556
Coming Wed., May 1
Lorrrie Hawkins is coordinating a line dancing class that will be led by Teresa Krieger and Ollie Rosenthal. They will meet the first and third Wednesday of each Month starting on May 1 at 1:00 in the lower level. Beginners are welcome. Any questions, call the Center at 469-4556.
Senior Expo Thurs. May 16th
Mendal Center College
10:00 to 3:00
All our Volunteers for all their help
All the contributors to our Building Appeal & other donations.
Stan Sabal - 106.7 & 93.5 FM radio support
Barneys Market for Bread & Bakery goods
Bible Baptist Church in N. B. for the Bread
Pat Dimmitt & Ellen Diener for Facebook & web site
Visit the River Valley Senior Center Website & Follow us on Facebook
Our Website has our Newsletter and other interesting information about the Center www.rvseniorcenter.org. Thank you to Ellen Diener for setting up and maintaining our Website and Pat Dimmitt for setting up and maintaining our Facebook page. Note that you can access our Facebook site directly from our website.
By Kathy Steinke
A scammer is a person who swindles you by means of deception or fraud. They used to be called con artists, con man, welsher, or grafter. Fraud and scams are at an all-time high. Don’t be a victim! The most popular scam in the next few weeks and months will be the “IRS Scam”. Be on the lookout for these scams! “I’m calling from the IRS.” Con artists in this scam frequently target seniors, scaring them into thinking they owe the IRS. They claim if the bill isn’t paid immediately you will be arrested. “You got a refund by mistake.” Cybercriminals have turned to stealing people’s data from tax professionals and businesses. The crooks file a fraudulent tax return that results in a refund. The money may even be deposited into your account. You then get a scam call or message demanding the refund back. “You must pay your tax bill with a gift card.” People targeted by this scam are told to go to a major retail store and buy gift cards. Once the cards are purchased the victim is told to call back a number and provide the card’s activation code. Just remember the following points: The IRS does not call you on the phone. The IRS will first send you a notice by U.S. Mail. The IRS does not leave menacing messages. The agency’s employees will not threaten you with arrest. The IRS does not tell you to use a gift card for an unpaid tax bill. The agency will not demand a specific payment method. The IRS does not call immediately after Tax Day. If you have doubts about the legitimacy of the call, please call your tax preparer and/or financial institution.
Board Of Director’s Meeting
Wed., May 15th, at 9:00
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.