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Join Older Adults in Tierrasanta for Activities,
Events and Comradery!
Dining, Music, Village Friends!
7th Day Adventist Church, Monday December 3, 2018—5:30 to 8 pm
Members $10, Non Members and Guests, $20
Your prepaid RSVP is REQUIRED for this event due to seating and dinner planning.
Signup on line, at the VMC or call the Clubhouse prior to November 23, 2018.
Members and Guests can celebrate the Season.
Tom Lunneberg will be providing “Mostly” Relaxed Acoustic Guitar music
Fully Catered Dinner this Year with Turkey, Ham, Steamed Veggies, Rolls, Mashed Potatoes Garden Salad with Ranch or Italian Dressing. Multiple Dessert Choices.
San Diego Bay Parade of Lights 2018
Join other Villagers for the 47th Annual San Diego Bay Parade of Lights. This year the theme for the boat decorations is Tropical Island Christmas. We will gather for drinks, dinner, and viewing at Tom Hams Lighthouse.
Date: December 16, 2018
Time: 4:30 P.M. (Rendezvous at restaurant)
Place: Tom Hams Lighthouse, 2150 Harbor Island Dr
2018 Parade of Lights Flyer
If you have questions, please contact Jocelyn Brierton.
Thrills & Chills
..... of Aging
And the Survey says????
Many of our members indicated an interest on a recent Care Committee survey for an opportunity to explore the joys and tribulations of aging. A
Member-to-Member forum is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov.20 @ 12:30 at the clubhouse.
Please come to explore questions such as: The best part of being this age………...hate it when……………. The funniest thing happened to me…………. I am most concerned about……(And many more!)
It’s OK to come a bit grouchy. We will all leave laughing! Remember, reaching this stage of maturity is a privilege denied to many!
Tuesday, November 20, 12:30 at the clubhouse.
Hope to see you there.
Let's have a wild time!
Visit the Lions,Tigers, & Bears Sanctuary with the Social Committee
There will be a guided tour of the sanctuary to learn about the rescued animals, their rescue stories, and general facts about each species. We also will visit their domestic animals and talk about the differences and similarities between treating exotic animals and domestic animals. The sanctuary has a cart that can carry up to 5 people for those who need it. Everyone must sign a waiver before entering the sanctuary.
Date: Friday, November 16, 2018
Where: 24402 Martin Way, Alpine, CA 91901
We will meet at 9 AM at McDonald's to carpool
Tour: 10AM to Noon
Lunch to follow at Janet's Montana Café in Alpine at member's expense. It is advisable to wear layered clothing to allow for varying weather and to wear comfortable shoes. You may wish to bring water.
Register online or call the TVSD office. Payment must be made by Friday, November 9th. You may bring check made out to Jocelyn Brierton to the clubhouse or give it to Jocelyn directly. Please be aware that registration is not complete without payment.
Lions Tigers and Bears Flyer
A completed Waiver of Liability must be presented for entry. A printable version of the waiver can be found HERE
According to all reports, a fabulous time was had by all. The full house included past and current Village officers and Directors, and many of the people that gave so much to get TVSD up and running at the start. The food was great, and everyone is looking forward to the next celebration in 2028.
The Village Anniversary Celebration video shown at the party can be seen HERE.
TVSD 2018 Annual Donor Drive
Your donation to our Annual Donor Drive helps make sure we keep offering all the great programs we love.
Make your tax-deductible donation on line or bring a check to the VMC Nov.1-Dec. 31, 2018.
Our goal is $14,000 this year!
Important Information on Staying Healthy and Enjoying Life
Let’s start with the bad news…. Eventually we ALL will reach a point where we cannot drive ourselves where we need to go, when we need to be there.
The good news is that if there was ever a time in history to be facing personal driving limitations, this is it! There are now many safe, convenient and economical alternatives to owning and driving your own car. Particularly in the area we live! CLICK HERE to view a summary of how Villagers can get where they need to be when they can’t drive and help from friends and family is not available.
WARNING: Be wary of accepting any "surprise gift or package," which you neither expected nor personally ordered, especially if it involves any kind of payment as a condition of receiving the gift or package. Also, never accept anything If you do not personally know or there is no proper identification of who the sender is.
Above all, the only time you should give out any personal credit/debit card information is when you yourself initiated the purchase or transaction!
PLEASE Pass this on, it may just prevent someone else from being swindled
MUST READ AND LET FAMILY AND FRIENDS KNOW!
Getting lost in familiar areas
Ignoring traffic signs or signals
Becoming easily agitated or angered when driving
Inability to concentrate while driving or appearing
Reacting too slowly to dangerous situations
basic driving basics like yielding right-of-way,
using mirrors, and turn signals or failing to check
for blind spots
Having trouble judging distances
If you have any of these behaviors, see your healthcare provider for a checkup for some medication can make a person drowsy and less alert and have a professional evaluate your driving skills. It may be time to start a conversation about driving and safety.
Holiday Eating with Confidence
The holiday season is full of festivities, family celebrations and tasty treats! For many, this time of year means two months of fretting about indulging on unhealthy foods and the effect on their body. Learn how to adjust your mindset to worry less and walk away with strategies to enjoy traditional meals mindfully as well as create new health-giving delicious recipes to satisfy your taste buds.
Class #252 | Ursula Ridens, Registered Dietitian
Tue, Nov 6, 2:30 – 4:00
Grossmont Learning Center
Healthier Living with Chronic Pain
Chronic Pain Self-Management Program (CPSMP)
An Evidence-Based self-management program originally developed at Stanford University, now managed by the Self-Management Resource Center for people experiencing chronic pain as well as their family members and caregivers. The program consists of a workshop that meets once a week for 2 ½ hours per week for six weeks.
Some topics include:
• Techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep
• Pacing activity and rest
See More Detail Here
The Healthier Living with Chronic Pain workshops are available at sites throughout the County. Click here for current schedule.
For more information call 858-495-5500.
Upcoming General Meetings:
Monday, November 5,
Monday December 3,
Village Board Activity:
TVSD Org Chart
The Village Smiles Dept.
Like a good story? Try this>>> Funny Stories
Like to contribute to Village Smiles? Send an email to TVSD92124@gmail.com We'll see if we can work it into the site!
Why Italian Fathers and Grandfathers pass their handguns down through the family.
An old Italian man is dying. He calls his grandson to his bedside, Guido, I wan' you lissina me. I wan' you to take-a my chrome plated .38 revolver so you will always remember me."
"But grandpa, I really don't like guns. How about you leave me your Rolex watch instead?"
"You lissina me, boy. Somma day you gonna be runna da business, you gonna have a beautiful wife, lotsa money, a big-a home and maybe a couple of bambinos."
"Somma day you gonna come-a home and maybe finda you wife inna bed with another man. Whatta you gonna do then? Pointa to you watch and say, 'times up'?"
Two sociologists are sitting by the pool. One turns to the other and asks, “Have you read Marx?” to which he replies, “Yes, it’s these damn wicker chairs.”
“Did you hear about the fire at the circus?
The heat was in tents.”
“What do you call a row of rabbits jumping backward?
A receding hare line.”
“What did the cannibal get when he turned up late to dinner?
The cold shoulder.”
How many divorced men does it take to change a light bulb?
Who cares? They never get the house anyway”
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