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Attention  North Chatsworth and Washington Square residents!

On Sunday, June 13th, there's a special meeting for the residents of all North Chatsworth Ave. and Washington Square apartments. 
 
Join your neighbors Lois Steinberg, Peg Cozzi and Teddi Becker and hear what At Home on the Sound offers you.
 
Refreshments will be served.
 Sunday June 13
 16 N. Chatsworth
Great Hall
5:00 - 6:30 p.m
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At Home on the Sound is open to all residents of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck community.
 
Your donation of $360 will enable someone of limited resources to be a part of At Home on the Sound.  
 
Board of Trustees
Rev. Richard Allen
Teddi Becker
Peg Cozzi
Ellie Fredston
Emily Grotta 
Doreen Kushel
Simon Marlow
Jeff Meighan
Friedhilde Milburn
Leslie Molinoff
Penny Oberg
Lynn Reichgott
Ira Schwartz
Lois Steinberg
David Willey
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 May 28, 2010

Greetings!     

We're still basking in the afterglow of our May 16th launch, when some 150 people came to learn about At Home on the Sound. The turnout and enthusiastic response once again affirmed that the Larchmont-Mamaroneck community needs and wants an aging-in-place organization.
 
But we're not resting on our laurels.
 
Now, less than two weeks after the event, we're busy following up, processing memberships, answering questions, and preparing for the second program in our continuing lecture series to be held June 2 (
see below).
 
If we've not yet had a chance to chat, please give us a call at 899-3150. We'd love to hear from you and look forward to answering your questions.
 
Lynn Reichgott, President
Elaine Weingarten, Director
Just a Call Away for Less than a Dollar a Day
There are many reasons to become part of At Home on the Sound - and not all of them have to do with helping you with chores you can no longer handle yourself!
 
Here are some of the top reasons cited by those who have already become part of At Home on the Sound.
  • The learning: Informative and provocative programs scheduled for the first and third Wednesday of each month
  • The fun: Getting together with friends, old and new
  • The discounts: Special discounts and offers from the best shops and restaurants in the community
  • The help around the house: Volunteers and prescreened handymen, roofers, painters and other service providers
  • The assistance: A ride to the grocery or help getting to the doctor. At Home on the Sound's volunteers are here for you.
At less than a dollar a day you'll have the peace of mind of knowing that help is right here should you need it.

And join by July 1st and get two months free.

If you want more information, call Elaine Weingarten on 899- 3150 or visit our website www.athomeonthesound.org.

At Home on the Sound June Programs

These programs and all At Home on the Sound Wednesday events will be held at Sts. John and Paul Church, Rectory Meeting Room. Please turn onto Cooper Lane and park in the lower parking lot
 
Refreshments at 3:30, program at 4.
 
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June 2: Healthy Aging Begins With a Positive Attitude
Successful aging is not an oxymoron according to Roni Lang, LCSW, the speaker for our next program on Wednesday, June 2 at Sts. John and Paul Church.
 
Lang, who works at the Center for Healthy Aging at Greenwich Hospital, says that as we grow older, taking care of yourself becomes more important than are genes in the way we age. Sure, there unexpected events and hardships, but how we cope with these challenges can make a big difference.
 
Learn how keeping your connections with others, maintaining your sense of humor, and learning new things will help you in the years ahead.
 
June 16: An Insider's View of Broadway
 
Barbara Whitman, producer of "Next to Normal" and "Red," will be talking about the current state of the art, economics and politics of Broadway.  
 
And don't forget: if you need a ride, just give us a call!
Community Programs
June 4: Caring for An Aging Parent
 
The Friends of Sarah Neuman invite adult children and their parents to a lively discussion with Francine Russo, author of "They're Your Parents, Too! How Siblings Can Survive Their Parents' Aging Without Driving Each Other Crazy." 
 
Russo will discuss how parents can help prepare their adult children for their aging. The program will be held in at Sarah Neuman, 845 Palmer Ave., Mamaroneck, and will begin with refreshments at 9:30 a.m.
 
 June 6: Mamaroneck Harbor Fest
 
If you have a chance, please stop by our table at the Harbor Fest.We'd loveto see you.