A Look at March 2021 at the Bellingham Senior CenterFeb 25, 2021 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Bellingham Senior Center
ESTATE PLANNING 101–Thursday, March 4, at 4 pm. Attorney Paula Nedder will present three 30-minute Zoom sessions that will help answer your questions about estate planning. The first session will cover planning for incapacity—healthcare proxy and durable power of attorney—it can be confusing and complicated. Paula has answers. (Sessions two and three are “What is Probate and Why Do I Need a Will?” and “Five Myths about Medicaid and Nursing Home Coverage.”) All sessions are free. To sign up, email [email protected].
SENIOR SAFE–Monday, March 8, at 12 PM. BFD Lt. Brad Kwatcher will discuss carbon monoxide detectors and related information via Zoom.] COA Board Meeting–March 9, 11 am, via Zoom.
FREE MEAL–Tuesday, March 9, 11:30 am. Heart to Home Meals is offering a free grab ’n go lunch to celebrate a record-breaking year of new customers. Choose between chicken a la king or crumb-topped cod. Spots are limited, so call 508-966-0398 to sign up. (For more information on Heart to Home Meals, visit www.hearttohomemeals.com.)
GERIATRIC CARE MANAGER PROGRAM–Thursday, March 11, 4 pm. Peggy Fuller, who works for SeniorBridge as a sales executive and before that worked as a hospice care consultant, will discuss the benefits of having a geriatric care manager (part 1 of 2).
DIABETES EDUCATION– Wednesday, March 17, at 7 pm. This is the third of a free three-part virtual series on diabetes education. “Take Control of your Diabetes, Live Healthier & Longer” is the topic. Register at https://tinyurl.com/fplhealth.
BLOOD DRIVE–Friday, March 26, 9 am–2 pm, at the Senior Center. Sign up at www.redcross.org.
BOOK CLUB: Tuesday, February 23, 6 PM, via Zoom. The March book club will feature The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks. This book, like most of his others, received great reviews — a bit of a thriller.
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