Support Network at Penn National Neighbors helping neighbors live actively, safely and comfortably at home February 2015 Save the Dates March 18 Membership Meeting 5:00—5:30 p.m. Speaker 5:30—6:30 Mont Alto Fire Hall April 1 Physical Therapy at Home 3:00—4:30 p.m. Grove Family Library April 20 Drug Take-Back Initiative 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. Drop off at SNaP office 2015 Another year has passed, the holidays have come and gone, and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. The Board of Trustees wish all Penn National residents a happy and healthy 2015. Groundhog Day is February 2 and I’m ready for Spring. As you know, Penn National is an active community with many social and cultural programs and activities enabling residents to live an active lifestyle. The Support Network at Penn National (SNaP) is an active membership organization that encourages living life to the fullest. SNaP also promotes planning for the future, especially when life's unexpected twists and turns land on our doorsteps. These twists and turns often bring about changes that require us to depend on others for a short time or in some cases, for a longer time. Over the holidays, the Board of Trustees have been busy putting together programs we hope you will find informative and useful. Our programs are designed to help members stay healthy and be better informed and prepared to plan for their future now rather than later. The first three programs in the series are listed on page two of this newsletter. April 25 Pancake Breakfast 8:00 a.m.—10:30 a.m. Mont Alto Fire Hall May (Date TBD) Shredding Day Drop off at SNaP office May 14 Making Decisions While You Still Can 3:00—4:30 Grove Family Library June 20 Theater Night Totem Pole Playhouse 8:00 p.m. Thank You Thank you to everyone who supported our pecan sale, which was another success. Special thanks go to Don and Margie Gracyalny for the use of their home this year. And to everyone who volunteered to pick up cases of Don and Margie pecans, sort and bag, make calls, and deliver pecans. And to our Treasurer, Jim Hilmer, who Marilyn Ross and Barb keeps our financial records accurate. Brown making calls We could not do this important fundraiser without the volunteers who step up each year to make it a success. We’ll do it again next year with everyone’s help. Valentine’s Day is February 14. Why not send flowers to that special someone. SNaP members receive a ten percent discount on flowers from B & H. Page 2 Be Informed; Be Prepared Series Programs are open to everyone. There is a $4 individual and $7 couple charge for all residents who are not SNaP members. Please register online at www.snapn.org or call Donna at 3522612. #1—Estate Planning (legal documents) March 18—SNaP Annual Membership Meeting and Presentation Mont Alto Fire Hall—5:00 p.m.—6:30 p.m. Presentation by Attorney Clinton Barkdoll #2—Physical Therapy at Home April 1—Presentation by Derek Kling, DPT, Waynesboro Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Grove Family Library—3:00 p.m.—4:30 p.m. #3—Making Decisions While You Still Can May 14—Presentation by Don Weber, former SNaP President. Grove Family Library—3:00 p.m.—4:30 p.m. Welcome New Members New Preferred Providers The Board of Trustees and Executive Director We also welcome the following new providers. welcome the following new members. Dale Hastings Seth Flory—Lawn Care Robert Edmond Michael Bishton Guilford Hills Dental Care Elizabeth Reisenweber John and Helena Berger For service, please call the SNaP office Walt and Angie Schneider at 352-2612. Edmond and Dolores LeMieux If you are a SNaP member and your phone number or e-mail address changes or if you are planning to move, please notify the Executive Director at 352-2612. This helps to keep our records accurate. Thank You! Page 3 Summit Health Programs Survey If you have not already done so, please participate in the survey at http://snapn.org/Summit_survey.php to help determine what kinds of seminars will be presented by Summit Health at Penn National in the next several months. This is a joint venture by Summit Health, White Rock, and SNaP, and its main purpose is to address topics that are currently of interest to our residents. Medical Equipment for Loan, Rent or Sale SNaP has a few members who are willing to loan walkers or canes for members in need. However, it is best to take the equipment to your physician or physical therapist for proper height measurement. If you have medical equipment or assistive devices that you can offer to other SNaP members in need, call the SNaP office. The office cannot store any equipment or devices. All types of medical equipment can be loaned, rented, or sold at various locations. Check out the Resources tab on the SNaP website for details. Meet the Artist Anne Lynott is a Penn National resident and SNaP member. A nurse by profession, Anne retired and moved to Fayetteville from Virginia. At 65, she took her first watercolor painting class from Ruth Durbin. With Virginia Hair, Anne traveled to England and attended several watercolor workshops. Anne enjoys painting a variety of subjects and says “she must like the subject in order to paint it.” Along with a group of eight to ten other students, Anne takes weekly classes from Carol Rinehart at the Grove Family Library, where her note cards are on display. Anne has eight paintings on display at the “Small Wonders” exhibit at the Council for the Arts, 159 S. Main Street, Chambersburg. The exhibit runs until February 20. Support Network at Penn National 3872 Alfalfa Lane Fayetteville, PA 17222 SNaP Board of Trustees Roland Foster, President Vacant, Vice President Rosina Saitta, Secretary James Hilmer, Treasurer Don Gracyalny John Hunter Howard Lutz Jean Morton Robert Schaefer, Jr. Donna Crissman, Executive Director (717) 352-2612 email: [email protected] Website: www.snapn.org SNaP Membership Renewal Is Easy A majority of SNaP renewals will be due on or before April 30. You can expect a reminder call from Rosina Saitta or the Executive Director several weeks before your renewal date. Renewing is easy. 1. After the call, deliver or mail your check (payable to SNaP) to 3872 Alfalfa Lane, Fayetteville, PA 17222. 2. The Executive Director will mail your renewal letter and new 2015-2016 membership cards. Mont Alto Ambulance Squad Membership The Mont Alto Ambulance Squad is there to take care of Penn National residents when the need arises. This is a vital service to our community and should be supported by everyone. SNaP members receive a 10 percent discount on their yearly membership. Take 10 percent off the cost per your household, put your SNaP number or a check mark on the SNaP line on the right side of the form, and mail it in. Thank you for supporting the Mont Alto Ambulance Squad. EMERGENCY CALLS DIAL 911 Membership covers only 911 emergency calls covered by your insurance. Membership is not an insurance policy. If you do not have insurance or your insurance does not cover the 911 service, you are responsible for 75 percent of the bill. Your membership covers the remaining 25 percent of the bill.
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