29 November 2023
08 November 2023
Extended Advent begins the new Christian year and creates a season of seven Sundays before Christmas. At the time of its founding, Christmas was appearing in stores earlier and earlier making it difficult to have a season of Advent—which is often characterized by a time of waiting for the return of Jesus. At Community Church, members approach Advent less as a time of waiting and more as a time
There have been studies on the pervasiveness of loneliness and social isolation in the current culture. According to these studies, loneliness can have profound affects on our physical and mental health. The people at Faith Christian Assembly, want LWers know that they don’t have to be lonely. All are invited to join Faith Christian Assembly for Sunday services each week at 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
25 October 2023
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY The American Legion Auxiliary’s recent meeting included three honorary guests. The day started with guest speaker Cynthia Mayfield, who is the District 29 Girls State cochairman. She also is chairman for Veterans Affairs and Resources (VAAR). She supplied the group with information and details of what the club can do this year to best serve veterans in need.
Dr. Megan Witbracht will speak at the Sunshine Club’s meeting on Friday, Oct. 27, in Clubhouse 3, Room 2, at 10 a.m., Witbracht is the associate director of education at UC Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders (UCI MIND). Witbracht received her Ph.D in nutritional biology at UC Davis and has been with UCI MIND for eight years. She manages activities for all studies
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will meet to talk about holiday safety on Oct. 27 from 10-10:45 a.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 9. This meeting will focus on how residents can keep themselves and their homes, cars and identities safe during the holiday season. After the general meeting, the club will elect club officers. CERT members Debbie Campbell and Renee Monroy volunteered at the
04 October 2023
WA-RITE BeaQuintanawasWa-Rite’s top loser of the week with a weight loss of 2.5 pounds. She attributes her success to eating her last meal at 3 p.m. and staying away from snacking for the rest of the day. Two of the club’s other members, Ellen Larsen and Shirlene Bradrick, each reached their master of goal weight status and were awarded certificates of achievement. They shared their