July 2020 – June 2021

Note that this is a preliminary schedule.  Meetings may be moved or cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions or concerns.

DateMeeting TypeNotes
Jul 7Munch and MingleCancelled due to COVID-19
Aug 4Munch and MingleCancelled due to COVID-19
Aug 4Board Meetingby ZOOM
Sep 1Munch and MingleCancelled due to COVID-19
Oct 6Members MeetingCancelled due to COVID-19
Nov 3Members MeetingCancelled due to COVID-19
Nov 10Board Meetingby ZOOM
Dec 1Christmas PartyCancelled due to COVID-19
Dec 15Members MeetingConducted over Zoom
Jan 5Members MeetingMegan Holthaus presented information about recent updates and offers at Timberline.
Feb 2Members MeetingDavid Mould, historian and journalist, presented about “The Borders of our Minds”.
Mar 2Members MeetingRobert Avsec presented about home safety. In case you missed it, See below
Apr 6Members Meeting7pm by Zoom – Details to be e-mailed.
Gary Cassier and Alice Taylor will present about “Living in Montana”.
May 4Members Meeting7pm by Zoom – Details to be e-mailed.
Jim Barach will speak on Climate Change.

Upcoming Meeting Information

Jim Barach to Present at May 4 Meeting.    

Jim is a Delegate representing the 36th District in Kanawha County and was elected on his first attempt in 2020. Before that he had a successful 38 year career as a TV meteorologist that took him to nine different states, ending up in West Virginia in 2005. He lives here with his daughter who will soon be graduating from Marshall University. I has done some snow skiing and has lived in the snowiest metropolitan area in the country in Syracuse, NY.

In Case you Missed It . . .

Robert Avsec Presented Home Safety Tips for Older Adults at March 2 Meeting

With a growing number of older adults living independently, it’s increasingly important to make sure that they’re safe at home. Falls, burns, and poisonings are among the most common accidents involving older people. Older adults who live alone may also become the victims of criminals who target older people. If you’re an older adult living on your own, or care for an older person living alone, here’s what you need to do to stay safe. His presentation can be seen here.