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January 2022 Newsletter

The Senior Times -A Publication of The Senior Network


Golden Nuggets


Every January people reflect on what they should do in the New Year. From losing weight, to being more successful, to breaking old habits, or just showing more kindness to others, we run the gambit of how we should change our lives. Most learn by the end of the month that all our good intentions are gone; we are left with a feeling of failure, depression, and sadness that could last until the next time the calendar year changes.


This frustrating cycles keeps us from feeling productive and fulfilled. However, there is a very simple alternative to being burdened down with regret and despair. You can live a life that is new and fresh every morning. A constant joy and hope can uplift your spirit as you experience a newness of life each day.


"The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness." Lamentations 3:22-23


This unbelievable truth allows us to rise each day with a new purpose and outlook on life. We are assured that God, in his infinite wisdom, permits us the hope of knowing that when the sun rises, we have a new beginning regardless of how we failed the day before. What peace and joy this should bring to your heart knowing that the God of the universe cares about you!


So shed the burden of despair and failure and lean on our rock of salvation, Jesus Christ. Feel renewed and refreshed each morning with a heart full of hope and true joy.


Happy New Year from The Senior Network!


 

Humor Me


A retired man volunteered to entertain a group of seniors in an assisted living complex. After telling jokes, singing, and playing on his portable keyboard he went to each of the residents to say goodbye. As he approached an elderly lady with a broke leg he graciously said, "I hope you get better soon." She replied, "I hope you do, too!"


 

"April Love" Senior Talent Show


Pat Boone, Honorary Chairman

Friday, April 22nd, 2022, 7 PM

The Renaissance Centre - Wake Forest, North Carolina


Do you sing, dance, juggle, play an instrument? Are you a comedian, actor, or a magician? Do you have an unusual talent? Then what are you waiting for? Come on out and audition for the show! If you are interested in auditioning, please contact the show's MC, Algia Motley. Please leave your name, contact information, and what song or act you would like to perform. Email: algianj@aol.com Phone: 732-245-2360


 

Senior of the Month


John Mainey

John Mainey is a retired Operations executive, having a 42 year career with IBM, Solection, and Flex. His positions included Vice President of Supply Chain for the Americas, Vice President of Operations, and Site General Manager for facilities in Austin, Texas, Creedmoor, North Carolina, and Charlotte, North Carolina.


John is a native New Yorker but lived in Austin, Texas for 18 years before moving to his current home in Wake Forest in February of 2004. He is married to wife Terri and has 3 children. He is very active in Christ our Hope PCA church, the Granville County United Way, is an Ambassador for the Chordoma Foundation, and serves as the interim Executive Director of Made4Me,Inc.


 

Sharing With Seniors


Are you looking for a place of warm and genuine senior community? Do you desire to be a part of a local elderly community? Then what are you waiting for? We meet every third Saturday of the month for a time of fellowship, fun, and community. Come on out and see what we are all about! Have any questions about this event? Do not hesitate to contact us at info@theseniornetwork.org!


 

If you are interested in volunteering, want more information about our non-profit organization, or have a special prayer request, please contact us.


Office: 954-666-2040 Fax: 919-373-8823

Email: info@theseniornetwork.org


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