Saturday, May 30, 2020

Franklin Senior Center: Email Blast 5-29-2020

Hello Everyone!

I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy and connected!  Here are some fun and interesting things to help pass the time.  

Tips and information
Curbside Cafe begins on Monday June 1st!  Click here for information on how to order and menu items available.

Guided meditation by Kerry Paulhus

World Health Organization - COVID-19 Myth busters

Enjoy Franklin's own Jamie Barrett sing The Doobie Brothers

Smooth Jazz for easy listening

5 Hours of the best classical music!

Just for Fun
Build the perfect Squirrel proof bird feeder
Cat Vs. Dog
Riding an ostrich - for those of you who were on the zoom call this morning. 

Jeanne Robertson - don't snap an elephant to a tree
Jeanne Robertson - Don't mess with broom people

CBS outtakes and bloopers

Dumbest job fail awards

Kindness Matters
People who restore your faith in humanity

Random Trivia
The 100 folds in a chef's hat represent 100 ways to cook an egg.
Yes, that tall, pleated white hat that chefs wear — technically called a toque — has 100 folds for a reason! According to Reluctant Gourmet, the pleats used to signify a chef's level of experience, like the number of ways he or she knew how to prepare eggs.
You can hear a blue whale's heartbeat from more than 2 miles away.The world's largest animal's heart weighs about 400 pounds — approximately the size of a small piano.
Attached you will find:
  • Donna's activity sheet with 2 coloring pages

Love, virtual hugs and good health to you all!  We are still here for you!  Please feel free to email Donna or me with questions, concerns or just to check in!
Ariel & Donna

Please feel free to share this email with anyone you think might enjoy it.  If you want me to add someone to the email blast list just send me a message with their email in it. 

When searching for information about the Coronavirus, COVID-19 please use caution!  Unfortunately there are many false sites that contain viruses and malware that can threaten your computer.  Many look like real sites.  Your best bet is to go directly to the CDC, WHO or your local government page (links below).   

For those of you who attend our Memory Cafe events I invite you to learn more about attending a VIRTUAL Memory Cafe through Zoom!  There are many options to choose from.

Ariel Doggett

Respite Coordinator
Support Day Coordinator
Franklin Senior Center

"We rise by lifting others" - Robert Ingersoll
There is no act of kindness too small

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