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MAY (MAYO) 2015 - City of New Haven
ADENTRO ESTÁ LA
INFORMACION DE
Rembolso de Renta
Atwater Senior Center
26 Atwater St.
203-946-8558
Toni Harp, Mayor
Migdalia Castro, Director
165 Church St. New Haven, CT
203-946-7854
Dixwell/Newhallville Senior Center
255 Goffe St.
203-946-8541
RENT REBATE
INFORMATION
INSIDE
East Shore Senior Center
411 Townsend Avenue
203-946-8544
MAY (MAYO) 2015
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Dear Neighbors and Friends,
Best wishes for May! It’s such a pleasure to
see fresh, green grass again, blossoming
trees, and beautiful flower beds all around
town. And it’s exciting to try and keep up with
so many seasonal activities now underway.
One highlight this month is Mother’s Day – May 10th this year –
when we honor our mothers and celebrate the remarkable significance of motherhood. The woman said to have started the tradition,
in 1905, did so in memory of her mother, a peace activist who cared
for wounded soldiers from both armies of the Civil War.
In 1914 President Woodrow Wilson established the second Sunday
in May each year as Mother’s Day; now nearly 100 nations share
the custom.
May will also feature special performances at the newly opened
College Street Music Hall and at the Shubert Theater. Yale University Art Gallery also has a new exhibit of paintings, sculptures, and
other works from the period 1760 – 1860. Artists William Blake,
Théodore Géricault, and Joseph Mallord William Turner are featured.
Estimados vecinos y amigos,
Mis mejores deseos en el mes de mayo! Es un placer ver de
nuevo el prado verde y los arboles floreciendo y poder ver las
flores alrededor de la ciudad, También es muy emocionante tratar de mantenerse al día con tantas actividades de temporadas.
Un día importante en este mes, es el Día de las Madres que será
el 10 de mayo, donde honramos a nuestras madres y celebramos
la notable importancia de la maternidad. Una mujer activista de
la paz que se preocupaba por los soldados heridos de ambos
ejercicitos en la Guerra Civil dijo que la tradición comenzó en el
1905.
En el1914, el Presidente Woodrow Wilson estableció el segundo
domingo de mayo de cada año como el Día de las Madres; ahora
casi 100 naciones comparten esta costumbre.
También en el mes de mayo habrá varios acontecimientos tales
como; la recién inauguración del “College Street Music Hall” y
en el Teatros Shubert y en el Yale University Art Gallery habrá
una nueva exposición de pinturas, esculturas y otras obras de la
época de los años 1760-1860 de los artistas William Blake, Theodore Gericault, Joseph Mallord , y William Turner.
New Haven residents will observe Memorial Day,
And on May
to remember and pay tribute to the men and women who gave their
lives in military service to this nation.
Como también el 25 de mayo los residentes de New Haven estarán observando el “Memorial Day”, para recordar y rendir
homenaje a los hombres y mujeres que dieron sus vidas en el
servicio militar de esta nación.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy month!
Mis mejores deseos a todos y que tengan un mes feliz y saludable!
Toni
Cordialmente,
Toni N. Harp – Mayor
Toni N. Harp, Alcaldesa
25th
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NEW HAVEN
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Greetings
and Happy Spring!
The City of New Haven will begin the Rent Rebate application process on Monday, May 18, 2015.
Please note: As of December 23, 2013, to qualify for the Renters Rebate Program you must be 65
years or older, 100% totally disabled through Social Security, or be 50 years of age or older and the
surviving spouse of a renter, who at the time of his/her death, had qualified and was entitled to tax
Migdalia Castro, Director
relief under this chapter, provide that the spouse was living with the renter at the time of his/her death.
of Elderly Services
A renter, or his/her spouse, if they are living together, must have been 65 years of age, or older, at the
close of the calendar year for which a grant is claimed. Renters filing for a grant, based on rental and
utility expenses incurred in 2014, must have been at least 65 years of age as of December 31, 2014. Qualified totally disabled persons (veteran’s disabilities included) are between the ages of 18 and 64 years of age only. In addition, the applicant must have resided in Connecticut for any one-year period prior to filing an application for a partial rebate.
Applicant’s income must have been less than or equal to $42,200 for a married couple or $34,600 for a single person. Persons who
qualify may begin calling any one of the three senior centers or our participating partners (listed below) to schedule an appointment for
filing an application. Residents of the New Haven Housing Authority or clients of a social services agency should contact the Office of
Resident Services. If you do not have a service coordinator in your building who is a participating partner, call one of our senior centers or visit one of our public libraries.
For the 2014 Rent Rebate Program Calendar Year, please provide: rent receipt ledger, a notarized letter from the landlord stating
what you paid for the year 2014. Income: Social Security SSA-1099 statement or print-out from the Social Security Office, bank account interest, pensions, VA benefits or any other sources of income. If you file a federal income tax return, a copy of your return is
required. If you are filing as 100% disabled, proof of disability is required every year by the State of Connecticut. A statement from
social security stating that you were totally disabled the previous year. If you rent from a relative, OPM requires the applicant to present a copy of the landlord’s tax return declaring rental income. Heating assistance is counted as part of applicants expenses if the
heating assistance is federally funded.
Bring copies of all documents related to any and all income for 2014. A letter from the landlord, computer print-outs, utility print-outs,
and gas and electric bills must all be presented during the time of your appointment. NOTE: Have copies made of all paperwork.
Submitted information will not be returned. Applications will not completed nor will they be submitted if all of the required documents
are not presented during the time of appointment.
They are encouraging seniors to go on the internet and create their MySocialSecurity accounts at www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount.
You will receive your statement of benefits in 5-7 business days. They can easily request and receive verification through this process. If you are not able to go online, call the toll-free number 1-800-772-1213 from Monday—Friday from 7AM—7PM to receive a
verification letter or call your local office at 1-866-331-5281 from Monday-Friday from 9AM to 4PM. If you decide to receive verification
letter in person, the waiting period can be from two to three hours.
Participating Partners
Fair Haven Elderly Apartments
Senior Centers
25 Saltonstall Avenue
Dixwell-Newhallville
203-946-8541
Berger Apartments
135 Derby Avenue
Atwater
203-946-8558
*Casa Otoñal
135 Sylvan Avenue #1
East Shore
203-946-8544
Park Ridge
25 Hard Street
Tower One Tower East
18 Tower Lane
*Casa Otoñal Rent Rebate Program begins April 1st
Fairbanks Apartment
**Bella Vista Apartments
355 Ferry Street
339 Eastern Street
** Bella Vista Rent Rebate Program begins May 11th
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NEW HAVEN
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¡Saludos
y Feliz Primavera!
La ciudad de New Haven iniciará el proceso de las Aplicaciones del Programa de Reembolso de Rentas, comenzara el Lunes, 18
de mayo de 2015. (Nota: A partir del 23 de diciembre de 2013 para poder calificar para el Programa de Reembolso de Inquilinos usted
debe tener 65 años o más, ser 100 % discapacitado a través del Seguro Social o tener 50 años o más, ser el sobreviviente de un esposo/a que alquila, quien durante su muerte él o ella calificaban y tenían derecho al alivio de impuesto bajo el capitulo, proveyendo que su
esposo/a convivía con el alquilador durante el tiempo antes de su muerte. El arrendador, él/ella esposa o esposo. Si convivían juntos
deben de tener 65 años o más al terminar el año calendario para su reclamo. Los arrendadores que aplican basado en su renta y gastos de las utilidades incurridas en el 2014, deben tener por los menos 65 años de edad hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2014. Califican tés
con incapacidad total (incluyendo veteranos con discapacidad) entre las edades de 18 y 64 años solamente. Además el solicitante debe de residir en Connecticut por los menos un año antes de llenar su solicitud y recibir su reembolso de renta.
Los ingresos de los solicitantes deben ser menos o igual a $42,200 por pareja casada o $34,600 persona soltero/a. Las personas que
califiquen pueden llamar a uno de los centros de envejecientes o a cualquiera de nuestros colaboradores mencionados para concertar
una cita y llenar su solicitud. Residentes de la Autoridad de Vivienda de New Haven deben llamar a la oficina de servicios al residente.
Si no tiene un coordinar de servicios en su edificio que participe como colaboradores, visite a una de nuestras bibliotecas públicas.
Para el calendario de reembolso de renta 2014, favor de proveer: los recibos de renta o la documentación de su dueño de casa de alquiler con una lista de rentas imprimidas y pagadas o carta notarizada por su dueño de casa de alquiler. Ingresos: Seguro Social SSA1099 imprimidos de la Oficina del Seguro Social, intereses de la cuenta del banco, pensiones, beneficios de veteranos o cualquier otro
ingreso. Si usted ha llenado su declaración de impuestos federales, una copia es requerida. Si usted está solicitando el 100% incapacidad, prueba de su incapacidad es requerida cada año por el Estado de Connecticut un documento de la oficina del Seguro Social es
requerido indicando que usted estaba totalmente incapacitado el año anterior.
Si su alquiler es con un miembro familiar, OPM requiere que la declaración de Impuestos solicitados presente copia de su propietario la
prueba que el declaro el ingreso colectado por su renta. La asistencia para pagar su calefacción es también contada como parte de
gastos aunque sea provenida con ayuda federal.
Traigan copias de todos sus documentos con todos los ingresos del 2014. Una carta del dueño de casa o lista de rentas pagadas imprimidas por su dueño de casa, notarizada, cartas imprimidas de utilidades por el ano, gas o electricidad. Es necesario traer su documentación el día de su cita. Nota: Tenga copias de todos sus papeles. Información sometida no será regresada. Las aplicaciones no serán
sometidas si todos los documentos no son presentados en el momento de su cita.
Las oficina de Seguro Social está motivando a los envejecientes y personas 100% incapacitados a crear una cuenta My Social Security
en www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. Si no puede adquirir información a través del internet. Puede usted llamas a la línea gratis 1800-772-1213 de Lunes-Viernes 7AM—7PM y pedir la carta de información de sus ingresos del Seguro Social. Puede llamar a la oficina de Seguro Social local al 1-866-331-5281 de Lunes-Viernes 9AM—4PM. Si decide ir en persona para cualquier carta de verificación
del Seguro Social, la espera puede ser de dos o tres horas.
Centros de Acianos
Socios Participantes:
Apartamentos de Ancianos de Fair Haven 25 Saltonstall Avenue
Dixwell-Newhallville
203-946-8541
Apartamentos Berger
135 Derby Avenue
Atwater
*Casa Otoñal
135 Sylvan Avenue #1
East Shore
Park Ridge
25 Hard Street
*Rembolso de Renta en Casa Otoñal comienza
Tower One Tower East
18 Tower Lane
el 1 de abril
Apartamentos Fairbanks
355 Ferry Street
**Apartamentos Bella Vista
Continuum of Care
339 Eastern Street
203-946-8558
203-946-8544
** Rembolso de Renta en Bella Vista comienza el 11
de mayo
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NEW HAVEN
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Schedule for Walk-In Appointments for Libraries ONLY
Days
Library
Scheduling
Times
Lunch
Break
Scheduling
Times
Monday
Fair Haven (182 Grand Avenue)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Tuesday
*Stetson (200 Dixwell Avenue)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Wednesday
Mitchell (37 Harrison Street)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Thursday
Wilson (303 Washington Avenue)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Friday
CLOSED: No Walk-Ins
CLOSED
CLOSED
CLOSED
*Stetson Library will be not be available for appointments during the months of July and August
PLEASE NOTE: Bring all documents related to any and all income for 2014. A letter from the landlord, computer
print-outs, utility print-outs, and gas and electric bills must all be presented during the time of your appointment.
NOTE: Have copies made of all paperwork. Submitted information will not be returned.
IMPORTANT DATES for 2015 Rent Rebate Processing Year
May 18, 2015 (Monday)
Rent Rebate application process begins for the City of New
Haven using OPM website
October 1, 2015 (Thursday)
Last day to accept applications (UNLESS extension is
granted by OPM)
October 15, 2015 (Thursday)
Anticipated date that first checks (90%) will be sent to Post
Office for mailing to applicants
December 15, 2015 (Tuesday)
Extension requests with doctor’s letter must be received at
OPM or postmarked no later than this date
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NEW HAVEN
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Horario para Citas “Walk-In” para las Bibliotecas SOLAMENTE
10am-1pm
Almuerzo
Descanso
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
*Stetson (200 Dixwell Avenue)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Miércoles
Mitchell (37 Harrison Street)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Jueves
Wilson (303 Washington Ave)
10am-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
Viernes
CERRADO: “No Walk-Ins”
CERRADO
CERRADO
CERRADO
Días
Biblioteca
Horarios
Lunes
Fair Haven (182 Grand Avenue)
Martes
Horarios
*La bibloteca de Stetson no estará disponible durante de los meses de julio y agosto.
NOTA POR FAVOR: Traiga todos los documentos relacionados con cualquier ingreso y
todos los ingresos que recibió en el año 2014. Una carta del arrendador, copia de servicios públicos y facturas del gas y electricidad deben ser presentados en su cita. NOTA:
Tenga copias de toda la documentación. Documentos presentados no será devuelto.
DATOS IMPORTANTES para el Programa de Reembolso de Rentas del año 2015
18 de mayo de 2015 (Lunes)
Rembolso de Renta el proceso comienza para la ciudad de New Haven usando
la red OPM
1 de octubre de 2015 (Jueves)
Último día de aceptar solicitudes (A MENOS QUE una extensión sea aprobada
por OPM)
15 de octubre de 2015 (Jueves)
Fecha Anticipada para recibir el pago (90 %) sera enviado por el correo a los solicitantes
15 de diciembre de 2015 (Martes)
Extension requerida con nota de un doctor deve ser recivida por la oficina de
OPM ó sellada por el correo no mas tarde de este día
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MARGO JOHNSON TAYLOR: AN EXTRAORDINARY AND PHENOMENAL SENIOR
By Arlene Davis-Rudd
Contributing writer
An extraordinary and phenomenal senior citizen, Margo Johnson Taylor is far from your average
over 65 senior. She has been most active in community-based activities for the past five decades.
Now in her mid-seventies, she still finds the ambition, strength, time, and willingness to attend
classes at Southern CT State University and work closely, on a regular basis, with the DixwellNewhallville seniors, attending their weekly meetings at the Community Outreach Center and participating in their many scheduled affairs, events, and trips. Also, Mayor Toni Harp recently appointed Margo to serve on the Dixwell "Q" House Building Advisory Committee. She has already
begun working with the Committee and looking forward to bringing the "Q" House back to how it
was "back in the day." Her commitment and dedication has been demonstrated throughout her
years of active community involvement.
Margo Johnson Taylor's Bio reads as a member of the exclusive, "Who's Who in America." A
popular Registered Nurse, Margo was born and raised in New Haven, CT. She attended its public
schools, graduating from James Hillhouse High School. Following, she graduated from the Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing in Boston, Mass, and also, received a BS Degree
from Southern Connecticut State University. Her entire professional nursing career was spent at
Yale-New Haven Hospital where she served as staff nurse, Assistant Nurse Manager, and Nurse
Manager, at the time of her semi-retirement in 1999.
A patient area of the Women's Center waiting room at Yale-New Haven Hospital has been dedicated to Margo by Yale-New Haven Hospital and Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in honor of her more than three decades of outstanding service to the women of Greater New Haven. In 1991, she was honored for her 23 years as Nurse
Manager of the Women's Center. At that time, the now deceased former mayor, John C. Daniels,
presented her with a Proclamation from the City of New Haven.
Being the bright and humble soul that she has always been, Margo has had the opportunity to
serve on several boards of directors. They include Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC);
Planned Parenthood League of New Haven; South Central Community College Advisory Board
(now called Gateway Community College); Center for Advocacy, Research, and Planning
(CARP); the City's Child Care Commission on Infant Health; Life Haven, Inc.; and appointed by
deceased, former Mayor, Ben DiLieto to serve on his Task Force on AIDS; she also served with
distinction on the Greater New Haven NAACP's Health Advisory Committee.
In 1986, Margo Johnson Taylor, participated in the New Haven County Women's Roundo
table
Series: A Profile of the Marketplace and the Community in relation to Black Business and Professional Women.
She is a member of and Past President of the New Haven Chapter of The Links, Inc., and
the NH Chapter of Girl Friends, Inc. She is, also, a member of the Greater NH AfricanAmerican Historical Society and Past Vice-President of the Greater New Haven NAACP.
For years, she has been a member of the Greater New Haven NAACP.
Margo's professional memberships include: The Massachusetts General Hospital's Nurses
Alumni Association, Inc.; Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Mu Chapter; International Nursing
Honor Society; and Southern CT Black Nurses Association, Inc. (former member).
In 1993, our amazing and outstanding community servant, Margo Johnson Taylor, received the Minority Nurse of the Year Recognition Award. The following year she received the Mary E. Mahoney Award for "Outstanding Service and Dedication to Nursing," from the Southern CT Black Nurses Association and she received the Charles E.
Fletcher Civic Service Award from the Dixwell "Q" Community House Alumni Association for out-standing services to our community.
After retiring from Yale-NH Hospital, Margo was recruited to fill a vacancy at Hillhouse
High School for Parenting Teachers. She believes strongly that learning is a lifelong experience. She enjoyed teaching; however, she preferred to experience full retirement.
Margo has been a lifelong member of the Dixwell Avenue Congregational Church, UCC,
where she has served as Sunday School Teacher, Finance Board member, Usher and
Church Historian. Last year, the trailblazer, Margo Johnson-Taylor, stepped down from
her position as Church Historian. She remains a member of the History Committee.
Our awesome servant is not without Awards, Citations and Honors. In 2001, Margo was
an Honoree at the Church's 181st Anniversary. In 2003, she was recognized by the Dixwell Men's Network for "Dedicated Service and Support to the men of Dixwell." In 2010,
she received one of the Legendary Women's Awards from The Perfect Blend, and in
2012, Margo was honored by the NH Chapter of Links, Inc. Margo, also, was the recipient of The Community Service Award from the West Haven Coalition.
In March, the extraordinary and phenomenal woman, Margo Johnson Taylor and her husband, Reuben, celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary. They are the proud parents of
Lisa Taylor and the late Scott Taylor; grandparents of Dr. Tiana Taylor (Mustafa Shabazz)
and Scott Taylor II; and great-grand-parents to Nazir Mustafa Shabazz.
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Dying Eggs with Nathan Hale Preschoolers
Easter Egg Hunt with Nathan Hale Preschoolers
President Arlene Ferrucci Distributing
Candy
NEW HAVEN
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Menu—Atwater Senior Center
5/5
Chicken Orzo Soup
5/19
New York Hero (Smoked
Turkey, Ham, Provolone
Sliced Tomato, Green Peppers, Lettuce, Tomato &
Cucumber Salad)
Seafood Salad on Small
Deli Roll W/Shredded Lettuce
Fresh Fruit
Orange Juice
Carrot Raisin Salad
Tomato & Cucumber Salad
Oatmeal Cookie
MAY (MAYO) 2015
Menú — Atwater Centro de Envejecientes
5/5
Chicken Orzo Soup
5/19
New York Hero (Smoked
Turkey, Ham, Provolone
Sliced Tomato, Green Peppers, Lettuce, Tomato &
Cucumber Salad)
Seafood Salad on Small
Deli Roll W/Shredded Lettuce
Fresh Fruit
Orange Juice
Carrot Raisin Salad
Tomato & Cucumber Salad
Oatmeal Cookie
Low Fat Milk
5/7
California Chicken Salad
Plate (W/Shredded Carrots, 5/21
Apples, Raisins & Mayo) on
Fresh Roast LS Turkey &
Bed of Lettuce W/Croutons
LS Cheese W/Lettuce &
Pasta/Vegetable/Olive
Tomato on Whole Wheat
Salad w/Broccoli & Peppers Wrap
Beet Salad
Potato Salad
Low Fat Milk
5/7
California Chicken Salad
Plate (W/Shredded Carrots, 5/21
Apples, Raisins & Mayo) on
Fresh Roast LS Turkey &
Bed of Lettuce W/Croutons
LS Cheese W/Lettuce &
Pasta/Vegetable/Olive
Tomato on Whole Wheat
Salad w/Broccoli & Peppers Wrap
Beet Salad
Potato Salad
Pears in Juice
Blueberry Pie
Pears in Juice
Blueberry Pie
5/12
5/26
5/12
5/26
Minestrone Soup/ LS Crack- LS Beef Broth W/ Vegetaers
bles & Orzo/LS Crackers
Chef Salad (Fresh Roast LS Egg Salad on Multigrain
Turkey, Hard Cooked Egg, Bread
LS Cheese) LS Dressing
Coleslaw
Small Whole Wheat Roll
Apricots
Tomato, Cucumber, Onion
& Basil Salad
5/28
Fresh Fruit
Turkey Salad W/Celery on
Whole Wheat Kaiser Roll
5/14
Tossed Salad W/LS DressLS Chicken Rice Soup/LS ing
Crackers
Chickpea Salad W/Onion,
Veggie Sub (Roasted Egg- Green Pepper & Garlic)
plant, Roasted Green PepFresh Fruit
per, Onion, Tomato & LS
American Cheese on small
Sub Roll Tri Color Pasta
Salad/LS Italian Dressing
Minestrone Soup/ LS Crack- LS Beef Broth W/ Vegetaers
bles & Orzo/LS Crackers
Chef Salad (Fresh Roast LS Egg Salad on Multigrain
Turkey, Hard Cooked Egg, Bread
LS Cheese) LS Dressing
Coleslaw
Small Whole Wheat Roll
Apricots
Tomato, Cucumber, Onion
& Basil Salad
5/28
Fresh Fruit
Turkey Salad W/Celery on
Whole Wheat Kaiser Roll
5/14
Tossed Salad W/LS DressLS Chicken Rice Soup/LS ing
Crackers
Chickpea Salad W/Onion,
Veggie Sub (Roasted Egg- Green Pepper & Garlic)
plant, Roasted Green PepFresh Fruit
per, Onion, Tomato & LS
American Cheese on small
Sub Roll Tri Color Pasta
Salad/LS Italian Dressing
Fruited Jello
Fruited Jello
ATWATER
Monday
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Computer Room (8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.)
May: ,
Morning Coffee (9:00 a.m.)
4, 11, 18, 25,
Tai Chi (10:00 a.m.)
2015
Sewing (12:30 a.m.—2:30 p.m.)
Lunch (11:30)
Pokeno/cards/games/pool (1-4:00)
Computer Room (8:30-3:30)
Coffee (9:00); Yoga (10:00)
Tuesday
Lunch (11:30) Crafts (12:30-2:00)
Hispanic Entertainment (1:00-2:30)
May: 5, 12,19, Pool/ Wii/ Ping Pong/Pokeno
26,
Cards/Games (1:00-4:00)
5/12: Day Trip to Westbrook Shopping
2015
DIXWELL-NEWHALLVILLE
Computer, Pool Room & Cards, Knitting/
Crocheting (8:30-3:30)
Breakfast Club (9:00) Lunch (11:30)
Sr. Drama Club (1:00-3:00)
Cards/Games, Bingo (1:00)
Reminiscing - Call for information
5/13 & 5/28: Story Telling w/Kate Allen
Computer Room (8:30-3:30)
Thursday
Project Mothercare (8:30-2:00)
May:
Yoga/pilates/zumba (10:00)
7, 14, 21, 28,
Lunch (11:30)
2015
Ceramics (12:00-4:00) Dance (1:00)
Pool, ping pong, games (1-4:00)
Hispanic Dancing (1:00)
5/11: Movie Day
5/18: Lunch in the Park
Coffee & Conversation (9:00)
Tai Chi (10:00)
Let’s Make a Deal (10:00)
Art Class (11:00)
Lunch (11:30) Computer Class (1:00)
Lunch, Listen & Learn (11:30)
Progressive Bingo (12:30)
Computer Room (8:30-3:30)
Free Blood Pressure Screening (10:30)
5/5: Volunteer Luncheon at Anthony’s Ocean View (12PM—
4PM) Computer Room (8:30-3:30)
Coffee & Conversation (9:30)
Lunch (11:30)
Knitting/Crocheting (1:00)
Dixwell Senior Club Meeting — Guest
Speaker (1:00)
Computer Class (5:00)
Yoga 10:30-11:30; Lunch (11:30)
Mahjong (12:30)
Knit/Crochet/Sew (1:00-3:00)
Bingo (1:00) Arts & Crafts (1:30)
Computer, Pool Room & Cards, Knitting/
Crocheting (8:30-3:30)
Computer Room (8:30-3:30)
Breakfast Club (9:00-10:00)
Yoga (10:00); Reminiscing (11:00)
Lunch (11:30)
Sewing Class (1:00)
Line Dancing (5:00)
Call Dixwell/Newhallville Senior Center
5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28: Sit Down Exercise &
for information regarding activities for
Healthy Eating Habits Program
the month of March #: 203-946-8541
Computer,
Pool Room & Cards, Knitting/
Computer
Room
(8:30-3:30);
Morning
CofFriday
Crocheting (8:30-3:30)
fee (9:00)
Breakfast Club (9:00-10:00)
May: 1, 8, 15, Project Eldercare (9:30-12:30)
22, 29, 2015
Lunch (11:30)
Yoga - Debbie Kahan (9:30-10:30)
Sr. Drama Group (1:00-3:00)
Lunch (11:30) Ceramics (1:00—4:00)
Bingo (1:30)
Pool/Wii/Ping Pong/Pokeno (1-4)
Food Bank (2:00)
5/4: Board Meeting at 10:00 AM
Computer, Pool Room & Cards, Knitting/
Crocheting (8:30—3:30)
Breakfast Club (9:00-10:00)
Line Dancing (5:00)
4/28: TRIP: Ace in the Hole Produc5/5, 12, 19, 26/2015: Sit Down Exercise &
tions at Royal Manor in NJ —Tribute to
Healthy Eating Habits Program
Lou Rawls Cost: $75.00
Computer, Pool Room & Cards, Knitting/
Computer Room (8:30-3:30)
Crocheting (8:30-3:30)
Coffee (9:00) ; Yoga (10:00)
Breakfast Club (9:00-10:00)
Wednesday
May: 6, 13,
Yoga & Pilates (10:00) ; Lunch (11:30)
20, 27, 2015
Pool/Wii/Ping Pong/Pokeno
EAST SHORE
5/6: Mothers Day Intergenerational
Program w/Nathan Hale’s Preschool
(10AM—11AM)
Coffee & Conversation (9:30)
Tai Chi-Kathy Trusdell(10-11:00)
Lunch (11:30)
Progressive Bingo (1-3)
Computer Room (8:30-3:30); Coffee &
Conversation(9:30)
8/29: Price is Right
Lunch (11:30); Ceramics OR Sewing
(12:30)
Card Sharks (12:30-3); Sewing Class
(Call for more Info)
ATWATER DIXWELL ‐ NEWHALLVILLE EAST SHORE Lunes
o
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
4, 11,
Café (9:00)
18, 25
Costura (12:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.)
Desayuno (9-10)
5/11: Día de Película
de mayo
Tai Chi (10:00)
Almuerzo (11:30)
5/18: Almuerzo en el Parque
Almuerzo (11:30)
Grupo de Drama (1:00-03:00)
Juego de naipes, el billar (8:30-3:00) 5/4: Reunión de la Junta (10AM)
Juegos de cartas y billar (1-4:00)
Martes
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
5, 12, 19, 26
Café (09:00); Yoga (10:00)
Juego de naipes, Billar (8:30-3:00)
Café y conversación (9:30)
de mayo
Almuerzo (11:30)
Artesanía (12:30-2:00)
Billar/ Wii / Juegos /Cartas (1-4)
Desayuno (9-10)
Tai Chi (10:00)
Almuerzo (11:30)
Bingo Progresivo (1-3)
Almuerzo (11:30)
5/12: Viaje de un Día: Westbrook
5/5: Almuerzo Anual de Gala para los
5, 12, 19, 26 de mayo de 2015:Ejercicios
Sentados y Programa para Hábitos Comiendo Saludable
Voluntarios en Anthony’s Ocean View
(12PM—4PM)
Miércoles
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
6, 13, 20, 27
Café (9:00); Yoga&Pilates (10:00)
Juego de naipes, Billar (8:30-3)
Café y conversación (9:30)
de mayo
5/13 & 5/28: Narración de Cuentos
(11:00 AM—11:30 AM)
Desayuno (9-10)
Yoga( 10:30-11:30) ; Almuerzo 11:30
Almuerzo 11:30
Almuerzo (11:30)
“Manjhong” / Croche / Costura(1:00-3:00)
Billar / Wii / Ping Pong / Pokeno
Reunión de grupo (1:00-3:00)
Bingo (1:00) y Artes y Oficios (1:30)
Cartas/ Juegos, Bingo (1:00)
Arte y Artesanía (1:30)
Llame al Centro para Información 5/6: Programa Intergeneracional del Día
sobre las Actividades en el Mes de
de Madres con los Pre-Escolar de
mayo #: 203-946-8541
Nathan Hale
Jueves
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
7, 14, 21, 28
Proyecto Mothercare (08:30-2:00)
Juego de naipes, Billar (8:30-3:00)
Café y conversación (9:30)
de mayo
Yoga/Pilates/Zumba (10:00)
Yoga (10) Recordando el pasado (11)
Tai Chi Kathy Trusdell (10:00-11:00)
Almuerzo (11:30)
Almuerzo (11:30)
Almuerzo (11:30)
Clases de Computadoras 1:00
Bingo Progresivo (1:00-3:00)
Cerámica (12-4)
Baile (1:00)
Billar, juegos (1-4), Baile Latino (1:00)
7, 14, 21 y 28 de mayo de 2015: Ejercicios
Sentados y Programa para Hábitos Comiendo Saludable
Baile (05:00)
Viernes
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3:00)
Cuarto de computadoras (8:30-3)
1, 8, 15, 22,
Café (09:00)
Juego de naipes, Billar (8:30-3:00)
Café y Conversación (9:30)
29 de mayo
Proyecto Eldercare (09:30-12:30)
Desayuno (9:00-10:00)
Almuerzo (11:30)
Yoga - Debbie Kahan (9:30-10:30)
Almuerzo (11:30)
Cerámica O Costura (12:30)
Grupo de Damas (1:00-3:00)
Juego de naipes (12:30-3)
Bingo (1:30)
Izquierda, derecho, centro (1:00)
Almuerzo (11:30); Cerámica (12:00-4)
Billar / Wii / Ping Pong / Pokeno (1-4)
Dispensario de Alimentos (2:00)
o
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NEW HAVEN
MAY (MAYO) 2015
FSW, INC. NEW HAVEN SENIOR CTRS: COMMUNITY CAFÉ— MAY 2015
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
Cheese Ravioli w/Tomato
Sauce & Parmesan
Cheese; Collard Greens;
Carrots; Garlic Bread;
Vanilla Pudding w/
Strawberries; Low Fat Milk
4
5
6
Salisbury Steak/
Mushroom Gravy; Bowtie Noodles; Peas &
Pearl Onions; Rye
Bread; Fruit Cocktail;
Low Fat Milk
Cinco de Mayo
Taco Bake w/Taco Chips,
Lettuce, Tomato, Cheese,
Sour Cream, Taco Sauce;
Fiesta Corn; Lime Jell-O
w/Fruit & Low Fat Milk
Chicken Marsala; Whole
Wheat Pasta w/Olive Oil &
Garlic, Basil, Parmesan
Cheese, Stewed Tomatoes; Italian Bread; Cinnamon Apple; Low Fat Milk
11
12
13
Baked Chicken w/BBQ
Sauce; Mashed Sweet
Potato; Fiesta Blend;
Whole Wheat Dinner
Roll; Fresh Fruit; Low
Fat Milk
18
19
Memorial Day
Centers Closed
26
20
14
21
Memorial Day
Celebration
Cheeseburger w/
Apple Juice; Light Crunch
Sautéed Onions &
Fish w/Lemon Sauce;
Peppers; Hamburger
Southwest Rice; California
Roll/Ketchup; Potato
Blend; 12 Grain Bread;
Salad; Baked Beans;
Brownie; Low Fat Milk
Pickle Wedge; Blueberry Pie; Low Fat
Milk
27
8
Mothers’ Day Brunch
Roast Pork/LS
Gravy; Baked Sweet Fresh Fruit Cup; Spinach,
Potato; Scandinavian Broccoli & Mushroom
Quiche; Home Fries;
Blend; Applesauce
Garnish; Wheat
Tossed Salad/Italian
Dressing; Cinnamon
Bread Stick; Pear;
Coffee
Low Fat Milk
Grape Juice; SwedChicken Orzo Soup/LS
Turkey Sloppy Joe on a ish Meatballs; Egg
Crax; Sausage & PepNoodles; Steamed
Wheat Roll; Mashed
pers; Roast Potatoes;
Green; Whole
Squash; Spinach; Banana;
Grinder; Peaches; Low
Low Fat Milk
Wheat; Fruited JellFat Milk
O; Low Fat Milk
Cranberry Juice; Burger
w/Whole Wheat Bun & Chicken Primavera over
Ketchup; Sweet Potato Egg Noodles; Zucchini;
Fries; Baked Beans; Whole Wheat Dinner Roll;
Butterscotch Pudding; Fresh Fruit; Low Fat Milk
Low Fat Milk
25
7
28
15
Crab Cake w/Tatar Sauce;
Mashed Potato; Steamed
Broccoli; Rye Bread; Scalloped Apple; Low Fat Milk
22
Tomato Soup/LS Crackers; Grilled Cheese Whole
Wheat Bread; Tossed
Green Salad w/Cucumber
& Italian Dressing; Fruit
Cocktail; Low Fat Milk
29
Oven Baked Chicken
Eggplant Parmesan w/
Cranapple Juice; Post
qtr; Spinach &
Penne with Sauce &
Cheese Omelet; Spinach;
Roast/LS Gravy; Baked
Pumpkin Rissoto;
Parmesan Cheese; Italian
Roasted potatoes; 12
Potato; Bean Blend; Wheat Broccoli; Whole
Blend Vegetables; Garlic
Grain Bread; Pineapple;
Bread; Carrot Cake; Low Wheat Dinner Roll;
Bread; Apricots; Low Fat
Low Fat Milk
Fat Milk
Tropical Fruit Cup;
Milk
Low Fat Milk
o
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NEW HAVEN
MAYO 2015
MENUS DE ALMUERZO, PARA MAYO EN LOS CENTROS DE ENVEJECIENTES
Lunes
Martes
Miercoles
Jueves
Viernes
1
2
Pavo y salsa
pavo relleno
una mezcla de frijoles
salsa de arándanos
agrios
pan de trigo entero
gelatina verde
atún al horno
patatas asadas
brócoli
100% whole wheat bread
8
jugo de piña
pastelería dar fruto
5
6
7
9
Cinco de Mayo
taco al horno/papitas de tortilla
lechuga, tomate,
crema agria, salsa para tacos
pollo en salsa de tomate
con champiñones
Feliz Cumpleaños Mayo
Estofado de res
Día de las Madres
ensalada des frutas
carne mechada
puré de papas
fideos, judías verdes
puré de calabaza
col verde
guisantes y cebolla
pan de avena
la galleta
gelatina de limón con fruta
rollo de pan de centeno
jugo de arándano rojo manzana
budín de pistachos
tarta huevo con el brócoli
la espinaca y champiñones
papas fritas caseras
pastel de zanahoria
ensalada verde
12
13
14
pastel de café' de canela
15
16
hierba de pollo al horno
pimientos rellenos
sopa de fideos con pollo
rolatini berenjena
la batata
puré de calabaza
sándwich caliente de
Turquía
pan de trigo
salmón al horno con
la coliflor
ejotes
pan de centeno
zanahorias
Panecillo de trigo
patatas fritas de carne
verduras
mostaza de miel
arroz moreno
queso parmesano
ensalada, pepino
fruta fresca
zumo de uvas
galletas de limón
flan de vainilla con fruto
la espinaca
las peras
pan de ajo
mandarinas
19
20
21
22
23
espaguetis y albóndigas
lomo de cerdo
Pollo
Dia Feriado
en salsa de tomate
puré de manzana
arroz moreno
hamburguesa con queso
sopa de cebado y vegetales
ensalada de mariscos
brócoli
queso parmesano
melocotón
patatas festoneado
guisantes y champiñones
pan multicereales
verduras orientales
pan blanco
piña
cebollas y pimientos
ensalada de papa
porotos con salsa de
tomates
tarta de arándanos
maiz dulce
fruta fresca
26
Día Feriado
27
28
29
pollo con salsa de limón
pilaf cuscús
albóndigas suecas
fideos
verduras de Escandinavia
judías verdes
Panecillo de trigo
fruta fresca
pan de avena
duraznos
sopa de lentejas
ensalad con jambe, pavo
y
queso; ensalad verde
con
pepino
mandarinas
mandarinas
lechuga, tomate, y
zanahoria, pasas de uva
pan de centeno
gelatina de cereza con
peras
30
frittata de verduras
tomate asado
verduras a la parrilla
pan de centeno
piña
o
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NEW HAVEN
Health Tips
MAY (MAYO) 2015
source: AARP.org
Laugh: No joke: Humor is healthy. A hearty laugh provides short but similar benefits of aerobic exercise for improved
heart (and brain) health and immunity. Other benefits: Laughter elevates the production of neurotransmitters linked to improved memory and alertness while decreasing stress hormones that can cloud thinking. And when listening to jokes, as
you wrestle to understand the punch line, areas of the brain that are vital to learning, creativity and decision-making activate, much as they do when working out "brainteaser" crossword puzzles and Sudoku.
Take a nap: In addition to improved daytime alertness, good sleep — night after night — helps keep memory and learning well-tuned. But even with Rip Van Winkle-like nocturnal habits (and certainly without), consider a regular afternoon
nap for about 90 minutes. It costs nothing but time — and the pay back, according to studies, could be significant. Compared to non-nappers, those who partake in daytime zzz's display measurable improvements in tests gauging decisionmaking, problem-solving, creativity and even tasks like recalling directions.
Meditate: Studies find that daily meditation can strengthen connections between brain cells, increase growth in the part of
the brain that controls memory and language, and may even bolster the ability to process information and make decisions
more quickly. There are various forms of meditation, but most involve spending 15–60 minutes — best if done at least
once a day — of focused attention on a word, object, sound or even your own breathing. Classes help, but for cost (and
other) consciousness, consider free "how-to" videos and help available online.
Consejos de Salud
Ríase: No es broma : El humor es saludable. Una carcajada proporciona beneficios a corto, pero similares al ejercicio
aeróbico para mejorar el corazón ( y el cerebro ) la salud y la inmunidad. Otros beneficios : La risa eleva la producción de
neurotransmisores vinculados a la mejora de la memoria y del estado de alerta , mientras que la disminución de las hormonas de estrés que pueden nublar el pensamiento . Y al escuchar los chistes , como usted lucha para entender el chiste , las áreas del cerebro que son vitales para el aprendizaje , la creatividad y la toma de decisiones activa , tanto como lo
hacen cuando se trabaja fuera "rompecabezas" crucigramas y Sudoku.
Tome una siesta: Además de mejorar el estado de alerta
Durante el día , dormir bien - noche tras noche - ayuda a mantener la memoria y el aprendizaje bien afinado . Pero incluso con hábitos nocturnos Rip Van Winkle - como ( y, desde luego sin ella) , considere una siesta regular durante unos 90
minutos. No cuesta nada , pero el tiempo - y el pago retroactivo , según los estudios, podría ser significativo. En comparación con los no nappers , los que participen en la pantalla mejoras mensurables zzz diurna en las pruebas de aforo la toma de decisiones, resolución de problemas, la creatividad e incluso tareas como direcciones recordando.
Medita: Los estudios encuentran que la meditación diaria puede fortalecer las conexiones entre las células cerebrales,
aumentar el crecimiento en la parte del cerebro que controla la memoria y el lenguaje, e incluso puede reforzar la capacidad de procesar información y tomar decisiones con mayor rapidez. Hay varias formas de meditación, pero la mayoría
incluye el gasto de 15-60 minutos - mejor si se hace por lo menos una vez al día - de la atención centrada en una palabra,
objeto, sonido o incluso su propia respiración. Las clases ayudan, pero por el costo (y otros) la conciencia, consideran
libre de "cómo hacer " videos y ayudan disponibles en línea.
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MAY (MAYO) 2015
o
New Haven, Connecticut Department of Elderly Services
(Departamento de Servicios para Envejecientes en New Haven, Connecticut)
 Migdalia Castro, Director; 203-946-7854 [email protected] (Directora del Departamento de Envejecientos)
 Georgiann Dogolo, Elderly Services Specialist (Especialista Servicios Envejecientes); 203-946-2272
 Douglas Toth, Elderly Services Specialist (Especialista Servicios Envejecientes); 203-946-8585
 Maya Welfare, Newspaper Editor and Spanish Translator (Editora del Periodico y Traductora); [email protected]
 Mercedes Felix, Spanish Translator (Traductora); 203-946-8200
 Suzanne Smith, Circulation Manager (Gerente Circulación); Atwater Senior Center; 26 Atwater Street; Tel. 203-946-8558
 Irrita Osborn; Elderly Services Specialist; Dixwell/Newhallville Senior Center; 255 Goffe Street; Tel: 203-946-8541
 Michelle Clary-Butler, Elderly Services Specialist; East Shore Senior Center; 411 Townsend Avenue; 203-946-8544
 Filomena Fiodella; Elderly Services Specialist; Atwater Senior Center; 26 Atwater Street; Tel. 203-946-8558
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS/NUMEROS IMPORTANTES
MAYOR'S OFFICE — 203-946-8200 (OFIDINA
ELDERLY
SERVICES—203-946-7854
DEL ALCALDE)
(SERVICIOS DE ENVEJECIENTES)
MY RIDE — 203-288-6643 (MI TRANSPORTACION)
MARY WADE MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION — 203-562-7222 (TRANPORTACION MARY WADE)
POLICE—NON-EMERGENCY—203-946-6316
EMERGENCY—911
PUBLIC WORKS—203-946-7700 (HOURS 7-3 M-F)
TRANSPORTATION,TRAFFIC & PARKING 203-946-8078

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