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CPage 8 . 50 Plus Marketplace News . Weld County . September 2010ounty KFKA1310 AMNEWSTALKSenior's CircleSunday Mornings 10-11 amYour "On the Air" resource for the "Over 50" crowdHosted byGil MoonNot available in all states. Property insurance is required, flood insurance when necessary. Borrower is still responsible for paying ongoing property taxes. Credit is subject to age and property qualifications. Program, rates, fees, terms and conditions are subject to change. Bank of America, N.A. Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender © 2009 Bank of America Corporation 00-62-0254D 04-2009 AR73232Information about reverse mortgages is just a phone call away. Reverse Mortgage Hotline:1.866.844.8262To learn more or to request a free brochure, please contact us today.If you're wondering whether a reverse mortgage is the right solution for you, Bank of America can help.DDaconoiscountGroceries913 Carbondale Dr., Dacono (2 miles east of I-25 on Hwy 52M-W & Fri 9-6, Sat 9-4Closed Thu & SunBig Savings on major brand groceries, health & beauty & much, much moreAlso fresh produce & breadCelebrating our 1st anniversaryChamberlain CoinsBuy & SellCoins - u.s./worldwideCollectibles381 Main St., LONGMONT . 303-774-9661Mon. - Fri. 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. . Sat. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.we buy anything: Gold, silver, & platnium JewelryTTTHE HILLCREST"I checked out many retirement homes, as it was my special quest.When I found The Hillcrest, I knew it was the best!"- Hilda535 N. Douglas Ave., Loveland (970) 593.9800Ask about our "Stimulus Packages:" Choose from a variety of Move-In Incentives, each valued at $5,000. Tours available Monday-SaturdayWhen you're ready, we're home.Join us for Shareholder Lunch, 11:30am, Sept. 2. Enjoy Community Dances Sept. 8 & 22, 7pm. Admission $5. The Greeley Senior Center hosts Weld Seniors Got Talent, Sept. 14, 3:30pm. Open to the public. Enjoy Hiking Trips to Evergreen Mountain Loop Sept. 10 and Frazer Meadow Sept. 24 at 7:45am. Sept. 10, 9am visit the Longs Peak Scottish/Irish Highland Festival. Sept. 14, 10:15am Foam on the Range: tour 4 Fort Collins Breweries. Travel to Mardi Gras Casino dur-ing Strike It Rich Sept. 14, 8am. The Gabbie Gourmet travels to Casey's Bistro & Pub, 10:30am, Sept. 16. Enjoy a high tea at Wildflowers Tea Room, Sept. 20, 10:30am. Take in Colorado's beauty during Fall Colors to Cripple Creek Sept. 22, 7:30am. Sept. 24, 9:30am enjoy the Vin-tage Aero Flying Museum, home to over 5,000 historical items. Elk Bugling in Rocky Mountain National Park, Sept. 28, 3pm. Learn to play during Leisure & Beginner Pickleball, Wed, 11:30- 1:30pm, Sept. 1-Nov. 24. Beginning Sept. 2 Pickleball on Tues. & Thur., 10:30-2:30pm and Sat, 1-4pm. A new quarter of Open Gym Vol-leyball begins Sept. 3. Recreation Center, Fri, 10:30am & the Fun-Plex, Tues, 9am. Players on a roster for the 2010 CSVA Fall League are eligible for Division Volleyball, Recreation Center, Fri, 8:30-10:30am, Sept. 3-Nov. 19. A new quarter of Badminton at the FunPlex on Mon. and Thurs., Greeley Senior Center970-350-94401:30-3:30pm, Sept. 13-Dec. 2. Pool Club hosts a 12-week, 8-ball League beginning on Mon, Sept. 20. No fee. Sign up. The monthly Pool Club tourney is 9-ball Singles, Sept. 15, 9am. Northern Colorado 8-ball Tour-nament, Sept. 21, 10am. Play in the Rocky Mountain Se-nior Games Volleyball Tournament on Sept. 23 & 24. To join a team, call: 970-350-9438. Facebook Class, 10:30am, Sept. 7 or 21. Learn how it works. Writing Your Life Part 1, 2 & 3 Thur, 2:15-4pm, Sept. 9-Dec. 9. Writing Your Life Section 8, Thur, 1-2pm, Sept. 9-Dec. 9. Explorations in Creativity, 9-11am, Fri, begins Sept. 10. GRASP at the Senior Center on Mon, 1:30 pm, beginsSept. 13. Learn lapidary in Rocks to Gems to Jewelry, 9am, Mon, begins Sept. 13 or 6pm, Wed, begins Sept. 15. On Tuesdays, 10-11:30am, Sept. 14-Nov. 16, Memory Boosting in-cludes paper & pencil exercises, art, music and more! Learn the basics! Woodworking class, 9-11am, Mon, begins Sept. 20. Focus on Fixed Income Seminar, Sept. 22, noon-1:30pm. Reserva-tions required. Shape Up exercise, Sept. 27-Dec. 6 on Mon, Tues, Thur, 8-9am or 9:15-10:15am. Circuit Training Exercise, Fun-Plex, 9:35am, Mon. & Wed, Oct. 4-Nov. 3. Register by Sept. 29. New readers are welcome at Book club on Sept. 9 at 10am. The Lovely Bones is our Friday movie Sept. 17, 1pm. New members invited! New Mem-ber Orientation, Sept. 23, 10am.

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