July 2020 – June 2021
Note that this is a preliminary schedule. Meetings may be moved or cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions or concerns.
|Jul 7||Munch and Mingle||Cancelled due to COVID-19|
|Aug 4||Munch and Mingle||Cancelled due to COVID-19|
|Aug 4||Board Meeting||by ZOOM|
|Sep 1||Munch and Mingle||Cancelled due to COVID-19|
|Oct 6||Members Meeting||Cancelled due to COVID-19|
|Nov 3||Members Meeting||Cancelled due to COVID-19|
|Nov 10||Board Meeting||by ZOOM|
|Dec 1||Christmas Party||Cancelled due to COVID-19|
|Dec 15||Members Meeting||Conducted over Zoom|
|Jan 5||Members Meeting||Megan Holthaus presented information about recent updates and offers at Timberline.|
|Feb 2||Members Meeting||David Mould, historian and journalist, presented about “The Borders of our Minds”.|
|Mar 2||Members Meeting||7pm by Zoom – Details to be e-mailed.|
Robert Avsec will present. See below
|Apr 6||Members Meeting||7pm by Zoom – Details to be e-mailed.|
Gary Cassier and Alice Taylor will present about “Living in Montana”.
Robert Avsec to present at March 2 Meeting
Home Safety Tips for Older Adults
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.
Battalion Chief Robert Avsec (ret.) served with the Chesterfield (Virginia) Fire & EMS Department for 26 years. He was an instructor for fire, EMS and hazardous materials courses at the local, state and federal levels, which included more than 10 years with the National Fire Academy.