1 Volume 16, Issue 5. JUNE 2018. M C News 3. Department of Senior Affairs A newsletter for the community of Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center The Center For All Ages YEAR OUT CELEBRATION. JOIN US JUNE 13, 2018 FOR THE NATIONAL SENIOR GAMES. WHEN: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018 | 9AM-3PM. WHERE: ALBUQUERQUE CIVIC PLAZA. ADMISSION IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL AGES! Albuquerque, NM has been selected as the 17th host city for the 2019 National Senior Games. As the largest sporting event for seniors, the mission of the National Senior Games is to promote physical fitness for seniors nationwide; provide year-round opportunities and motivate adults age 50 and older to push themselves while having fun. In order to qualify for the National Senior Games athletes must be 50 years of age or older by December 31, 2018 and must qualify through a NSGA sanctioned State Senior Games in 2018. LONG LIVE THE CHALLENGE: An intergenerational walk with Mayor Keller MEET AN OLYMPIAN: Steve Maaranen American Cyclist at the 1968 Summer Olympics ENTERTAINMENT.
2 CAR SHOW HEALTH FAIR DOOR PRIZES SPORT DEMOS. Pickleball Basketball Shuffleboard Horseshoes Table Tennis Tennis LIVE MUSIC ROUNDABOUT BAND FOOD VENDORS & MORE For more information 505-768-3316. NO FOOD PANTRY THANK YOU EVERYONE. SCHEDULED FOR THE We had our annual Volunteer breakfast at the MONTH OF JUNE Albuquerque Hotel Friday, May 18th. It made me stop and think about all of the great volunteers we - - Thank you for your Understanding- - have here at Manzano Mesa. From the volunteers in the computer lab, the volunteers in the arts and crafts room, the volunteers at bingo also in the MMMC CONTACT : fitness center, the drivers, and all the great Hours of Operation: volunteers that cover the front desk. There is not Monday - Friday 8 - 9 an area of activity that they are not involved in. It makes us all realize just how important of a role Saturday - 9 - 3 that they play in our everyday operations, a Sunday - Closed BIG THANK YOU TO ALL!
3 Phone: 505-275-8731 - Ed Nunez, Center Manager $ Annual membership fee Page 2 M3C News Spa Experience *NEW CLASS STARTING*. Learn how you can create a spa Study of the Gospels experience in your very own bathroom! Please come join Pastor Eli Lietzau Thursday afternoons as we study the gospels of Tuesday, June 17th, 2018 Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John 4:15 5:30 pm RSVP today to ensure your seat and Each Thursday of the Month complimentary mini facial! Bring a friend or 12:30 - 1:30 pm come and make new ones Come see our Flea Market! SPRAY PARK PUBLIC HOURS: -Public Hours 11:00 am-3:00 pm Monday-Friday Come see what you can find at our flea market! Make sure to check out all the Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm venders to find those last minute treasures and -Each Adult must be a member and can bring up to 5. special bargains. Vendors: Spots are filling up kids with their membership. fast, check for the next available date Cost: $ per table Valid membership required Spray Park Reservations Interested in renting the Spray Park for a Birthday Party or Private Event?
4 ------ August 10th 2 1/2 hours (including set-up & clean-up). ------ September 7th $100 Rental Fee SALE $100 Damage Deposit (Refundable if no damage to July 6th October 5th Spray Park has been done). **Space is limited so mark your calendars**. RAD DAD CELEBRATION OPEN COMPUTER LAB. Mondays - 1:00 - 3:00. Happy Father's Day to all of the Dad's! Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00- 12:00. Help us celebrate and honor the great Wednesdays 1:00- 3:00. men and role models in our lives Fridays 9:00- 3:00. Friday, June 15th @ 10:00 - 11:30 am Lab is closed Monday -Friday from 3:00 pm 5:00 pm for youth program Come and Enjoy A Fresh Cold How To Sign Up . Root Beer Float Leave your application in the box outside the computer room. Check out the Computer labs bulletin board for class schedules and any - - &- - updated computer lab information For any question, please contact: A Car Show Randy: 275-8731 (or stop by the computer lab). Jack: 505-803-4003 or Volume 16, Issue 6 Page 3.
5 Friendship Coffee . Join us for refreshments and good conversation! We will have sponsors representing different agencies on Thursdays to help inform you about their services. Be sure to stop in with any questions you may have. We provide the coffee with a free cup if the sponsor is present Thursdays, 10:00-11:00 am 06/07 Clear Caption 06/14 HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital 06/21 AGA Medicare Options 06/28 Edward Jones Youth Program News: B. Parents, . Ju . Summer Program dates are Monday, June 11th Friday, July 20th 2. The summer lunch program will begin the first day of the program. Make sure you . get a calendar of the scheduled breakfasts and lunches. Also there will be a . calendar of all the activities that are going on throughout the summer. Fun field Ju trips are planned for all age groups. A Talent show will be held here at Manzano . Mesa in conjunction with North Domingo Baca, parents are welcome and a encouraged to attend.
6 In early July, we will have dates and information for the . school year lottery and registration. - Matt McCoy, Youth Coordinator MONTHLY TRIPS: Trips for July, August, and September will be posted in the lobby and at the front desk. Sign ups for those three months will be Tuesday, July 3rd @ 9:00 am Exhibition: The Weather Lab (Balloon Museum). Wednesday June 13th Check in: 9:00 am Transportation $ Museum Admission $ Page 4 M3C News Manzano Mesa Activities ARTS & CRAFTS Bi - Weekly Classes Some classes are only open studio AARP Defensive Driving $. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:15 am - 1:00 pm (No Instructor provided). AARP Member- $15. Artist's Corner Non AARP member- $20. Thursday 1:00 - 4:00 pm Amateur Telescope Beading 1st & 3rd Wednesday - 7:00 - 8:45 pm Mondays 8:00 11:30 am Escribiente Calligraphy Brilliance of Pastel - $ 1st Wednesday - 6:30pm - 8:30 pm 8 week course begins January 23rd (No classes held Jan., July & Dec.)
7 Mondays 1:30 - 4:00 pm More info at: Sharon Jensen 323-7522 Essential Oils Happy Hookers Crochet 2nd & 4th Wednesdays - 6:30pm - 8:30pm Monday 1:00 - 3:00 pm Kung Fu Mary Kelly - 296-0599 2nd & 4th Saturday - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Machine Quilters Lets Get Organized Tuesday 9:00am -12:00 pm 1st & 3rd Friday 1:00 - 2:00 pm Shirley 288-8517 Modular Railroad Open Crafts 3rd Saturday 10:00am 3:00pm Monday 9:00 - 12:30 pm Project Linus Note: no instructors, each individual can work on a 2nd Saturday 9:00am -12:00pm craft project of their choice. Pottery Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 - 1:00 pm MUSIC. Carolyn 292-5077 Sing-A-Long Special Needs Tile Class (Beg.) Tuesday 1:00 - 2:45 pm Friday 8:30 - 12:30 pm ABQ Strummers: Ukulele 1st, 3rd, 4th Monday 6:30 - 8:30 pm Tile Painting Tuesday & Friday - 9:00 - 12:30 pm Woodcarving Wednesday 8:00 11:30 am IN LOVING MEMORY. Punch Quilting Of all the friends and family members we lost this last month Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00 pm Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you.
8 -MMMC STAFF. Volume 16, Issue 6 Page 5. JUNE LUNCH MENU. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED IN ADVANCE. CALL 275-8731 by 4:00 pm the day before TO RESERVE. $ SUGGESTED DONATION FOR 60 & OLDER $ FEE FOR 50-59 ALL OTHERS $ FEE. LUNCH IS SERVED: 11:30 AM 1:00PM MONDAY FRIDAY. MEALS NOT SERVED ON SATURDAYS. Monday y TuesdayTues Wednesday Thursday Friday Roast Pork w/ 1. Au Gratin Potatoes Grilled Peppers Carrots Cinnamon Baked Apples Turkey 4 Cajun Spiced 5 Greek Pasta 6 Meatloaf 7 Brisket/Peppers 8. Tetrazzini Tilapia over Salad Cauliflower Sandwich on Imperial rice Cucumber and mash Whole wheat hoagie Vegetables Imperial Vegetables tomatoes Roasted Baby Egg Noodles Peas Scalloped Potatoes Whole Wheat Roll carrots Whole wheat roll Grapes Broccoli Baked Potatoes Sherbet Cantaloupe Orange Apple Frito Pie Beef Tips w/ 12 Pasta 13 Chicken Stir 14 15. 11 White rice Fry Salisbury Yellow Squash Primavera Steak Steamed Broccoli Black Beans w/ White Rice Fritos w/ roll Au Gratin Potatoes Peppers & onions Peaches w/.
9 Mixed Fruit Cinnamon Steamed Pineapple Beets Fortune Cookie Asparagus Banana Sweet Potatoes Pear Spaghetti w/ 18 Green Chili 19 Buffalo 20 Catfish over 21 Omelet 22. Meatballs Enchiladas Chicken Brown Rice Mashed Sweet Italian steamed Pinto Beans Pepper Tacos Rosemary Roasted Potatoes vegetables Potatoes Mushrooms/. w/ Spanish Rice Orzo Asparagus Whole wheat roll Malibu blended Honeydew Melon Roasted Cauliflower vegetables Banana Pudding Side salad Nectarine Pear Biscuit Mandarin Oranges Memphis Dry 25 Beef Fajitas 26 Chicken Burger 27 Turkey 28 Garlic Salmon 29. Rub chicken Black Beans w/ roasted thyme Mashed potatoes Over pasta over Spicy brown rice Red potatoes w/ gravy Imperial vegetables Corn baked potato Flour tortillas Italian vegetables Steamed carrots Sweet potatoes w/ margarine Lettuce/tomato/onion Brussel sprouts Watermelon Chocolate chip steamed Zucchini Pear slices Whole wheat roll cookie Pineapple Cantaloupe Page 6 M3C News Breakfast Menu NO RESERVATION REQUIRED FOR BREAKFAST.
10 BREAKFAST IS SERVED: 8:00AM-9:00AM MONDAY FRIDAY. MEALS NOT SERVED ON SATURDAYS. `A La Carte Meals Egg .. $ Egg Beater ..$ Regular Breakfast $ Bacon ..$ 2 eggs, hash browns, 2 pieces of bacon or sausage with Sausage Patties ..$ choice of toast, tortilla or English muffin Hash Browns ..$ Green Chile ..$ Cheese ..$ Cereal w/Milk ..$ Mini Breakfast $ Oatmeal w/Milk .. $ 1 egg, hash browns, 1 piece of bacon or sausage with choice of toast, tortilla or English muffin Toast ..$ English Muffin ..$ Tortilla ..$ Breakfast Burrito $ Bacon or sausage, egg, Chile and hash browns Pancake .$ French Toast ..$ English Muffin Sandwich $ 1 over hard egg with bacon or sausage Drinks Coffee .. $ Hot Tea ..$ Pancake Breakfast $ Hot Cocoa ..$ Milk ..$ 2 pancakes with choice of bacon or sausage Orange Juice ..$ French Toast Breakfast $ 2 French toast slices with choice of bacon or sausage Eggs Cooked To Order: Over Easy Sunny Over Medium Scrambled Over Hard Egg Beaters Volume 16, Issue 6 Page 7.