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Senior News Lehi Free Press New Utah! Wednesday, October 28, 1998 Page 1 1 Tickets available for pioneer play; clinics slated next week Wellness clinic The regular monthly Wellness Clinic will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 4 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. by appointment only. To make an appointment, or for more information about the services offered and the costs of each service, call the center, 768-716- 5. Hearing clinic A limited number of tickets are available at $6 each for seniors to see Trail of Dreams," a musical of the Mormon pioneer trek, at the SCERA theater on Friday, Nov. 12. The free monthly hearing clinic will be held on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. No appointment is necessary. H.E.A.T. The Home Energy Assistance Target, which provides funding to assist lower income individuals with utility costs, be available will during November. Seniors must sign up by appointment to discuss eligibility with HEAT representatives. For more information, call the center, 768-716- November activities 5. The annual Thanksgiving dinner will be held at Mellor's Banquets again this year. Cost for this event will be $7.50 per person. A special luncheon at the center is also planned for Nov. 20. The center will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 11 in honor of Veteran's Day. Menus for the coming week: Wednesday, Oct. 28: Mom's Beefaroni, broccoli, canned peaches, whole wheat roll and apple crisp. Thursday, Oct. 29: Baked pork steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, green peas, tossed salad with Ranch, white roll and rice pudding. Friday, Oct. 30: Oven fried chicken with dressing, gravy and cranberry sauce, California mixed vegetables, jellied salad, whole wheat roll and angel food from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and Transportation is also available to and from the center for 50 cents. To make arrangements to be picked up, call the center at least one day prior to needing a ride. The center has a treadmill and a stationary bicycle for exercise, a piano and an organ and two pool tables. Seniors may participate in cards, newspaper reading and socializing. Craft time is offered each Friday. offers activities and programs for those 60 years of age and older. Cedar Fort residents are invited to participate in the programs and meals. A nutritious meal is provided by the Mountainland Association of Government at a suggested donation of $1.75 per person and is served daily at noon. Reservations should be made by calling the center, one day prior to attend- cake. Monday, Nov. 2: Meat loaf with gravy, baked potato with sour cream, wax beans, orange juice, whole wheat roll and carrot cake. Tuesday, Nov. 3: Stuffed cabbage roll, sliced carrots, tossed salad with Ranch, whole wheat roll and apple cobbler. Wednesday, Nov. 4: Macaroni 768-716- 5, ing. New adhesive & can replace The Lehi Senior Center is open Monday through Friday traditional suture styles Cheese Supreme, green beans, apple, whole wheat roll and marble cake. American Heart Association. 1M Dermabond, a new topical .....wn. rnnnnrnnnnrt(innirininnrtmiiiiini y r , to.m h..atonMwwfcd of every month to review basic information on diabetes such as medi- day Only in Your Imagination "Only in Your Imagination", 7 p.m., Lehi High School auditorium. Musical theater and dance performances by Lehi High students showing fun with imagination through the arts. Families encour- cations, diet complications and attending should bring their own glucometers and strips. For more information call Julie CoburaRN, General Election Polls will be open today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.for today's general election. Contests include federal, state and county posts. All registered voters are encouraged to vote today. at aged to attend. $2person,$5family Writers meeting The Timpanogos Chapter of the League of Utah Writers will meet at 7 p.m. in the American Fork Veterans Hall, 53 N.Center Street. Speaker is Susan J. Kroupa, who will address writing and submitting a synopsis for novels.The public is invited. For information contact 1 Lynne Jolley at TOPS Club meeting The TOPS Club meets every Thursday evening from 6 to 6:30 p.m. In the multipurpose room of the Lehi Public Library, 120 N.Center; weigh-i- n starts at 5:30 p.m.Anyone is welcome to attend. Narcotics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous is a group of recovering addicts who live without the use of drugs.lt costs nothing to be a member.The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.The North Utah County group meets Thursdays at St. Peter's Catholic Parish, 634 N. 600 East, at 8 p.m. For more information call the county NA hotline. Manic Depressive Assoc. The Manic Depressive Association of Utah Valley meets today and every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Utah State Hospital administration building.The meeting is for those with mood disorders as well as their families and friends. Weekly meetings will feature speakers and a meeting of the local support group. For information call Christina Heath at Diabetes Clinic Applegate Home Health. 33 N.470 West, American Fork, invites anyone interested to a meeting on the last Thurs Halloween Dance Ribbon WeekHalloween Dance and Haunted House at Lehi junior High School, 6 - 8 p.m.Students are encouraged to wear costumes but no masks. For Lehi Junior High students. Admission: $2.50. TOPS Club Lehi's Friday morning TOPS Club meets from 9:20 to 10 a.m.in the multipurpose room of the Lehi Public Library, 120 N.Center. Weigh-i- n is 9 a.m. to 9:20 a.m.Anyone is welcome to attend. Halloween Be careful driving home tonight, as tiny goblins and witches will be starting early in the evening. Narcotics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous is a group of recovering, addicts who live without the use of drugs. It costs nothing to 6e a ' i member.The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.The Lehi group meets Saturdays at the Lehi City Library, west entrance, at 8 p.m. For more the county NA information call hotline. TRUCKLOAD skin adhesive recently approved for marketing by the FDA, can now be used to close millions of lacerations would otherwise that require sutures, staples or skin strips. Timpanogos UQUIDOTIOII Regional Hospital, a Columis now among the first Utah hospitals to offer this innovative approach to skin closure. biaHCA facility, Community Scout Troop Come and join the new Community Boy Scout Troop. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Preschool Building south of the Community Presbyterian Church, 75 N. 100 East, American Fork. For information, call Michele Thomas at Wed. - Sat. Oct 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 Weekdays 6 4 Saturday In many cases, Deroffers mabond greater patient comfort 9-- 8-- by eliminat- ing the need for an anesthetic injection and is significantly faster than closing wounds by traditional methods. The adhesive is applied in thin layers by light and strokes brushing Lehi Nti Guard Armory 348 Over 500 Porcelain Dolls Radio Controlled Cars & sloughs off during healing, often eliminating the need for a return visit. ,As with any method or medication, Dermabond is applicable for only certain types of lacerations. "The appropriate method for clos- Caregivers Support Group To help individuals caring for loved ones at home with the support they need to get through difficult times, several home health care agencies in Utah County are sponsoring a free caregivers support group conducted by a social worker and a registered nurse.The group will meet today from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in the Eldred Center, 270 W. 500 North, Room 6, Provo.The group meets the first Wednesday of each month. For information contact the Eldred Center at Trucks 100's of Unique Christmas Gift Items Calculators Housewares Doll Houses Small Appliances ing the wound should be left to the discretion of the attending physician," says Ron Barlow, MD, Emergency Room physician. However, Dermabond offers distinct advantages in some cases Camping & Backpacking Equipment WalkieTackies Dolls of All Kinds Train Sets shorter treatment time, easier application and less patient discomfort. Submit information on your group's activities for the Community Calendar by sending a written note to this newspaper, P.O. Box 7, American Fork, Utah 84003 or by Community calling Calendar entries must be into the paper by Monday, 10 a.m. of the week you would like the notice to Republican Women Jeanette Hales Beckham, past general president of the Young Women organization of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints, will speak to the group today at noon in the Historic Court House on University Avenue in Provo.For information call Barbara Packard at Eton't Put Your Baby's Health On The Line. Luggage Fishing Equipment Lots of Nice Fly Rods Reels Tale Care oYoursel Can Take Care of Your Baby. Too Many Items To List appear. When you advertise in North Utah County, just go with the numbers! 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