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. 50 Plus Marketplace News . Denver Metro . May 2010 . Page 19 ? ? MAY from page 1 ? ? 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ANNUITY OWNERS COULD PAY UP TO 40% TO THE IRS IN TAXES Many annuity owners are posi-tioned to lose a significant por-tion of their annuity's value to taxes, and most are not even aware of the problem. The IRS is not required to notify annu-ity owners about an exemption to the tax code that could save thousands of dollars in income and estate taxes. A complimentary booklet is available that shows current annuity owners how to avoid mistakes and possibly save thousands! This complimenta-ry booklet creates an aware-ness around the most costly annuity owner mistakes and provides tips and stragities to help you make the most of your hard earned assets. Call 1- 866- 547- 0056 today to get your no cost, no obligation copy of the 16- page " Guide to Avoiding Common An-nuity Mistakes" and learn how to potentially: . Avoid paying unnecessary taxes . Increase your retirement income by properly handling your annuity . Avoid mistakes that could cost you or your beneficia-ries thousands of dollars. The Money Dr. Host of " The Ron Caskey Show" 11- Noon Saturdays on 1060AM Call ( 866) 547- 0056 today for your complimentary 16 page booklet! In fact, older Americans are a core component of service deliv-ery to seniors- embodying and modeling the drive to Age Strong! Live Long!  ey volunteer at group meal sites and deliver food to homebound seniors; they act as escorts and provide transportation for older adults who cannot drive; they help seniors with home repair, shopping and errands; and they provide vital counseling, informa-tion and referral services.  eir en-ergy and commitment reminds all Americans to do their part to en-hance the quality of life for older generations. Contact your local Area Agency on Aging by visiting http:// www. eldercare. gov or calling 1- 800- 677- 1116 to fi nd out what you can do to strengthen services for older Americans, this month and all year round. to events at www. foodbankrockies. org, or call 303- 375- 5838. Food Bank of the Rockies, a non- profi t organization, distribut-ed over 26 million pounds of food last year through over 700 partner agencies.  ose agencies adminis-ter more than 1,000 hunger- relief programs in Northern Colorado, including Metro Denver, and the entire state of Wyoming. Of the 367,000 people served annually, 42% are children. Food Bank of the Rockies is a member of Feed-ing America T . For additional in-formation, please visit www. food-bankrockies. org. Clements Community Center 303- 987- 4820 Fire and Ice: Ice Cream Social with West Metro Fire Rescue. 1- 2 pm, Fri, May 7. Free ice cream social and learn about keeping safe. Plus activities at Clements and how to get involved. Travel. Includes: trip planning, round trip transportation, tickets and escort. Info: 303- 987- 4820.  e Travel Hotline: 303- 987- 7011, has newly scheduled trips. Breakfast at the Broadmoor. Celebrate Mother's Day! Sat, May 8. A scrumptious buff et, a short walk to the Carriage House Mu-seum or, sit a lounge and relax, plus gift shops gift shops. Wildwood's Casino. Cripple Creek, Tues, May 18. Coff ee or small orange juice & danish, $ 5 free cash, play 200 points get $ 5, dis-count food, 10% off gift shop, Gar-den of Gods. Loveland & More! Sat, May 22. An intriguing get- away, to venues close to home. Includes: 1) Old Town Fort Collins; 2) lunch, Schmidt's Bakery, Loveland; 3) Bensen Park Sculpture Garde, Loveland and 4) the Longmont Museum. The Pitch Hitter. Heritage Square Music Hall. Sun, May 23. Take the family out to our ballgame. In-cludes all- you- can- eat- buff et, show, coff ee/ tea with dinner, and dessert. In and Around Town. Tues, May 25. 1st, tour Hudson Gardens. Transportation, lunch & all attrac-tions included. Walk in the Woods.  urs. walks planned to enjoy great scenery without a diffi cult climb or altitude gain and range from 2 to 5 miles, altitude gain not over 700 ft. Depart 8 am. return about 3 pm. Hiking: Moderate/ Upper Level. Designed gives the hiker what they want. Hike range from 8 miles, alti-tude gain, up to 1500 ft. to 12 miles, altitude gain up to 3500 ft. Depart 7: 30 am, return about 5 pm. Sit and Stay Fit. Tues/  ur, On-going 11- 11: 45 am. While sitting, do the equivalent of a 1- mile walk, toning and stretching with weights, sticks, & balls. 10- class punch card. Hatha Yoga. Mon/ Wed, Ongoing 9- 10: 30 a. m. Gentle Yoga. Tues, Ongoing 9- 10: 30 am. Stay fi t and mobile. Release stress while gain-ing strength, fl exibility and balance! $ 6.50 per visit or $ 55 for 10 visits. Kings & Queens of Pinochle. Types of games include single deck two deck and three deck. All expe-rience welcome. Every Tues except holidays, noon- 5 pm. Friday Afternoon Social Bridge Change partners every four hands. No partner necessary. Passhold-er card or $ 1 drop- in fee required. Coff ee and light refreshments pro-vided for $ 2. Every Fri. except holi-days, noon- 3: 30 pm. Saturday Night Dance. 3 hours with a live band and refreshments. $ 6 per person. Sat. 7- 10 pm, doors open at 6) Band schedule:. May 1: Memories, May 8: Lois Lane, May 15: Blue Notes, May 22: Terry No-rona Titans, May 29: Lois Lane.

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