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June News:

This June at CALW we are getting ready for a great summer. With the temperature rising please remember to stay hydrated and drink lots of water! Remember the Y is a cooling center. Come participate in our classes and stay cool.
We would like to introduce Naomi Zaslow, a rabbinical student from the Jewish Theological Seminary. Naomi will be interning with us for the summer as a Chaplain. She will be running a group, Wednesday’s with Naomi each week at 3PM. She will also be available to meet with individuals. Please welcome Naomi to CALW!
Join us this June on our trips to the Museum of Modern Art on June 21st and the Garden State shopping trip on June 28. 
Please remember to sign up for our Fourth of July Bar-B-Que on June 27th. We will have dancing and music celebrating the birth of America. Julio will work his magic grilling hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken for an early dinner. We will have a grand old time celebrating Independence Day. Please sign up with Mira for all of these programs.
 Each year it is important to re-register at CALW. Please make sure you keep your information current so we know how to keep in touch with you.

Looking forward to seeing you at Center for Adults Living Well @ the Y!


Leah Ferster
Director, Center for Adults Living Well @ the Y
(for those 60 and better)  

A Message from Carol Daly, Director of Health & Wellness

The 2018 theme for older Americans from the Administration for Community Living is "Engage at Every Age". You are never too old (or too young) to take part in activities that can enrich your physical, mental and emotional well-being and celebrate the many ways older adults make a difference in our communities. Isn't this so true for us at the Center for Adults Living Well at the Y? Participating in our events and activities that promote heartm mind and physical wellness, offering wisdom and experience to the next generation, lending a hand or being a friend are just a few examples of engaging to enrich the lives of ourselves and others.

Be sure to read our monthly CALW calendar to keep abreast of the latest events and classes. This month let's share with eeach other our experience teaching or taking a new class, being on a comittee, starting a new friendship, calling an old friend or family member, having a friend join the Y or mentoring a young person. How has this made a difference in your life? We can't wait to hear!

Carol Daly