Columbus Area Senior Center


125 North Dickason Boulevard
Columbus, WI 53925
(920) 623-5918
Email: seniorcenter@columbuswi.us

Hours
Monday thru Friday
8:00AM - 4:00PM
Senior Center Director: Cailin Lueders

Senior Center-Cailin Lueders
Columbus Area Senior Center
The Columbus Area Senior Center opened in 1979. The Columbus Area Senior Center offers and promotes activities and services that enhance the quality of life for our senior community. It is a multi-purpose facility that serves the diverse needs of area seniors, 50 and older, by providing educational activities, information, resources, programming, advocacy, health services and agency referrals. The Senior Center encourages participation and strives to create a sense of well being for all users.

Scams: The worksheet below was provided by AARP; it contains questions you should ask when you wish to determine whether a phone call is legitimate or a scam. If you do not get satisfactory answers to the questions, hang up immediately!
AARP Scam Prevention Worksheet

[personal note from the webmaster: I can attest to the "slickness" of these callers. I have had the "Nephew in trouble and needs money" scam tried on me. These callers have an answer for everything! Your best bet is to get a phone number to call back and then check with someone! The caller will urge you NOT to tell anyone so they will not be embarrassed but they really do not want you to have a chance to think about what they have asked you to do. Better the caller be embarrassed than you be scammed out of your money!]

September Birthdays: Evelyn Powers and Margaret Blaschka


Project Linus Donation: On Wednesday, August 20th, Delores Madigan, the new Madison Area Project Linus Coordinator came to the Columbus Area Senior Center to accept 56 crocheted blankets. The blankets were lovingly crocheted by the Happy Hookers Crochet Club. Project Linus, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1995 by Karen Loucks, and has donated over 5 million blankets to help comfort children in need, who are ill or in traumatic situations.
Pictured left to right: Marge Reuter, Rita Meinholz, Marilyn Grueneberg, Donna Emkow, Jane Evers. Back Row: Lilian Fischer, Cathy Ballweg, Betty Salzwedel, Nikki Shaw, Donna Madigan (Madison Chapter), Lucy Weiner, Gerri Maier. Missing from the photo: Rita Evanoo, Donna Lienke and Virginia Rehfeldt.


Weekly Schedule September 22-26, 2014

Monday, September 22
Bingo: 10:30AM; sponsored by Larson House
Lunch: 11:45AM; (Ham Rolls)
TOPS: 4:30-6PM

Tuesday, September 23
Balance Screening: 9:30–11:30AM; free of charge provided by CCH. A therapist will guide you through an easy yet effective balance testing that will include movements to assess balance. The therapist will discuss your individual fall risks and will make recommendations on how you can reduce those risks.
Bingo: 10:00AM; sponsored by Columbia County Nutrition Program.
Lunch: 11:45AM (Chicken Marsala)
Art Club: 1:00-4:00PM

Wednesday, September 24
Intro to Computers: 9:00-11:00AM; Volunteer Mike Hanousek teaches you how to browse the internet, use email and other computer basics. Space is limited, so registration is required. (920) 623-5918.
Benefit Specialist: 10AM; Kelly can assist you with Medicare questions and services available to adults ages 60+.
Exercise: 10:15AM; by Wilma Lenz. Improve strength, balance, flexibility and endurance in a fun group environment.
Tea: 11AM
Lunch: 11:30AM (Beef Stew)
Movie Time: 12:30PM; Today’s Movie is "Frozen". Join us for the movie and Christy’s tasty popcorn.
Crochet/Knitting: 1:00-3:00PM

Thursday, September 25
Reiki: 9:00AM–Noon; sessions by appointment. Spend a blissful half hour lying on a warm biomat while receiving a warm, soothing, energy treatment. This is a great way to relieve stress, a variety of aches and pains, or heal old emotional wounds. The possible benefits are endless, so come check it out and see what Reiki can do for you. $10 suggested donation. Call or stop in to make an appointment (920) 623-5918.
Lunch: 11:45AM (Chopped Steak in Burgundy/Mushroom Sauce)
Penny Ante Poker: 12:15PM; we provide the space you provide the pennies and enjoyment.
Sheepshead: 12:45PM; $2 to play and cash prizes awarded to 1st -4th highest scores and a candy bar for the low score.
4:30PM – Get the scoop on retirement with Columbia Counties Elderly Benefit Specialist Kelly Krueger. Call 608-742-9210 or 1-888-742-9233 to RSVP

Friday, September 26
Exercise: 10:15AM; sponsored by CCH
Lunch: 11:45AM (BBQ Pork Cutlet)
Euchre: 12:45PM; $2 to play and cash prizes awarded to 1st-4th highest scores and a candy bar for the low score.

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Card Winners
Sheepshead (September 11)
1st: Lloyd Parpartr
2nd: Alice Schuster
3rd: Harvey Pribnow
4th: Don Derr, Betty Nell
Low: Marian Metzger

Euchre (September 12)
1st: Jim Kilian
2nd: Geneva Kuhl
3rd: Jenny Kiesow
4th: Marge Schuster
Low: Lucy Weiner
Weekly Schedule September 29-October 3, 2014

Monday, September 29
Bingo: 10:30AM; sponsored by Columbus Health and Rehabilitation.
Lunch: 11:45AM; (Baked Chicken)
TOPS: 4:30-6PM

Tuesday, September 30
Tour: 11:00AM – Come join us for a tour and learn all about the center. Refreshments provided.
Lunch: 11:45AM; (Swiss Steak)

Wednesday, October 1
Intro to Computers: 9:00-11:00AM; Volunteer Mike Hanousek teaches you how to browse the internet, use email and other computer basics. Space is limited, so registration is required. (920) 623-5918.
Exercises: 10:15AM; by Wilma Lenz. Improve strength, balance, flexibility and endurance in a fun group environment.
Tea: 11AM
Lunch: 11:30AM (Liver and Onions)
Crochet/Knitting: 1:00-3:00PM

Thursday, October 2
Advisory Board Meeting: 9:00AM
Bingo: 10:30-11:30AM; sponsored by At Home Again
Lunch: 11:45AM (Chicken Cacciatore)
Penny Ante Poker: 12:15PM; we provide the space you provide the pennies and enjoyment.
Sheepshead: 12:45PM; $2 to play and cash prizes awarded to 1st -4th highest scores and a candy bar for the low score

Friday, October 3
Exercise: 10:15AM, sponsored by CCH
Lunch: 11:45AM: (Roast Pork Loin)
Euchre: $2 to play and cash prizes awarded to 1st-4th highest scores and a candy bar for the low score.

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Card Winners
Sheepshead (September 18)
1st: Roger Weiner
2nd: Betty Nell
3rd: Lloyd Parpart
4th: Marian Metzger
Low: Don McKay

Euchre (September 19)
1st: Pat Klevin
2nd: Sharon Kohn
3rd: Don McKay
4th: Helen Schwoerer
Low: Jim Kilian

August Newsletter  
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Participation Policy

Senior Center Facility Rental Application

Columbus-Fall River Food Pantry Rotation for 2014

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