Senior Guide_Winter Spring 2020

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CENTER SPOTLIGHT Bob Moncsko Bob moved to Cary in 1996 with his wife and two sons. He joined the CSTE, Cary Senior Tech- nology Education group a year and a half ago after retiring from IBM & Qualcomm. For the CSTE organization, he created and teaches "Cutting the Cable" and "Home Surveil- lance" classes, is on the CSTE board as technology director, helps maintain the CSTE web site, manages the public WIFI for the senior center and with the help of two other CSTE members has re-architected the teaching computer lab. He has a passion for making wine, is a retired professional wine maker and now enjoys wine making and brewing beer as hobbies. Wake County Senior Games WCSG is a non-profit organi- zation established to promote health and wellness for per- sons 55 and older. Last year over 500 participated in over 30 sporting and silver arts events. Sign-up early for sav- ings, registration will end early March. Join us this spring and start making great memories with really wonderful people. For more information visit Cover Photograph © Rick Cornell CSC Closures • Wednesday, January 1 (New Year's Day) • Monday, January 20 (MLK Jr's Birthday) • Friday-Sunday, April 10-12 (Good Friday & Easter) • Saturday-Monday, May 23-25 (Memorial Day) The Center typically closes at 5 p.m. the day prior to a holiday. Cary Senior Center Mission Statement The Cary Senior Center strives to provide quality leisure activities and support services to all older adults helping them live active, productive, healthy and independent lives. Registration Begins DECEMBER 3 Cary Resident DECEMBER 17 Non Resident ACTIVE C rea ti ng Reti remen t Yea rs CARY SENIOR CENTER n 120 MAURY O'DELL PL ACE CARY, NC n (919) 469-4081

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