LOWLINC Upcoming Social Activities
Call us at 1-855-LOWLINC (569-5462) for more information and to register.
Printable Social Events Flyers:
September 2018 Social Events
November and December 2017
February and March 2018 Social Events
May 2018 Social Events
June 2018 Social Events
Games Galore & Pizza. Monday, September 10, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Community Center.
This is an opportunity to socialize and play card games like Hand & Foot, Pinochle, Bridge, Bingo or a variety of other games such as Dominoes, Connect 4, Checkers, Yahtzee. Please bring $5.00 for pizza or feel free to bring a lunch; we will eat as soon as the pizza is delivered at noon.
LOWLINC Speaker Series with Orange County Chief Deputy Major Mike LaCasse and Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Randy Schwabenbauer. Wednesday, September 12, 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Community Center.
Chief Deputy LaCasse will talk about police enforcement and safety-related issues in our community and explain how the Sheriff’s Office works with LOW Security. Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Randy Schwabenbauer will discuss how this citizen’s group operates in the Lake and the coordination between it and the Sheriff’s department.
September 27 Luncheon – Location Changed.
Imagine our surprise when we checked on the lunch spot for September to find it closed for business! We consulted with those “in the know” in Culpeper who directed us to the best spot in town for a home-cooked meal. We’ll be dining at the Country Café on fare such as fried chicken, meat loaf, hot roast beef and other comfort food. Let Stacey know ahead of time if you will be having the fried chicken or meat loaf.
As usual, we’ll gather at the Club House lower level parking lot, 11:15. Carleen Delio is the host.
Know Your Medicare – AARP/LOWLINC Medicare Workshop. Wednesday, October 10. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. LOW Clubhouse. Nearly 60 million Americans are Medicare recipients. If you are one of them and you signed up a while ago, the details of your coverage and what you are entitled to may have become murky over time. The several parts of Medicare contain many provisions and regulations that affect when and how you get medical care when you need it.
LOWLINC and the local AARP chapter are co-sponsoring a workshop in October to help sort through these questions and provide you with information you can use. We will have two speakers who will provide a “refresher” course on Medicare and then dig into the details of your critical prescription plans and what you can do to assure you have the best one for your needs. For all of us this will be an opportunity to become informed about Medicare, including its provisions, changes and even its “mysteries.”
The workshop is presented free of charge, but registration will be required, starting August 24. Mark your calendars now…more details will be forthcoming.
LOWLINC Snow/Bad Weather Policy: If Orange County schools are closed due to weather, volunteers will not be able to provide transportation and most other services and social activities will be cancelled. We want everyone to be safe.