July 14, 2020
Seniors and Cannabis: Let’s Talk on Zoom
Cannabis use is not for everyone. Nevertheless, if you’re going to use it, it makes sense to do so mindfully and with knowledge. It’s quite simple: Educate before you medicate.
Let’s get out from behind closed doors and talk about it in a factual, honest way. After a long time of “Just Say No,” let’s “Just Say Know.”
Join Nancy Southern MSW, for an informative presentation on the mindful use of cannabis for seniors. Nancy will share her personal story with cannabis and address some basic Facts and Fiction about it. Sign-up using the link below and you’ll be sent the link to use, to join the Zoom presentation!
Join the Zoom presentation at the link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85243854586 or call in at 1-346-248-7799 Meeting ID: 852 4385 4586
*This discussion is intended to provide information only and should not be considered a substitute for obtaining medical advice about specific issues from a qualified healthcare provider.
Community Dining Lunch
Thanks to support from our Snoqualmie Valley community, the Sno-Valley Senior Center is able to continue serving delicious, made-from-scratch meals for pick-up and delivery.
Anyone can order a meal and it's just a $5 suggested donation for those over 60, $10 cost for those under 60.
Call 425-333-4152 the day before, to order your meal! Pick-up is between Noon-12:30pm, delivery occurs between 11:30am-12:30pm.
Pet Food Arrives
Free Pet Food Available through King County Humane Society: Tuesday, June 9
Pet Food is delivered to the center on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Will be available outside the center, on top of the Re-in-Carnation donation station, on Tuesday from noon-3pm, and Wed/ Thur/ Fri from 9am-3pm.