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Individual Donations Barbara Jacobsen Penny Mandli Richard Roloff Tom and JoAnn Leuenberger Richard Leuenberger Ruth Krumberger Patricia Mike Richard and Josephine Goldmann Mike and Cathy Staeck Ruth King Dave and Renee Benjamin John and Patricia Heinrichs Marjorie Ferrari Dr. Stanley and Judy Rosen Robert Letsch Kathleen Hicks Delores Ostermann Tom Determan Sacred Journeys Spiritual Community Richard and Ellen Leuenberger Family Charitable Fund May 17 through August 15, 2016 Donations Received Imogene P Johnson Helen DeGroot Joe and Mary Woitach Dorothy Ann Greiber, OP From the Class of 1962 in Honor of Jubilarians: Esther Szambelan, OP – 75 yrs. Juliana Dischler, OP – 70 yrs. Dorothy Ann Greiber, OP – 70 yrs. Bernadette Weinberger, OP – 70 yrs. Rose Marie Dischler, OP – 60 yrs. Celia Evers, OP – 60 yrs. Paula Marie Jarosz, OP – 60 yrs. Mary Watson, OP – 60 yrs. Kathy Slesar, OP – 25 yrs. In Memory of Dolores Chartrand John and Laurie Radewan Gary and Sue Craanen In Memory of Lois Vanderbeke, OP Doug and Kathy Weber Fall - 2016 Unification e human body is made up of 10 different systems. ese systems include: skeletal, muscular, nervous, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine, digestive, urinary, and integumentary. In order for our body to function properly, all systems must be working together. If any system is damaged, the body becomes unstable and ultimately could die. Similar to the systems of the body are systems in society that need to work together in order for our society to function properly. ese systems include: our many cultures, economics, politics, communities, neighborhoods, families, and religious. If these systems fail to work together, we create a sick society – one of violence, hatred and poverty. When people talk, listen completely, be patient and understanding. Place yourself in their shoes. Each of us needs to take time out of our daily life and reflect on how we can work together to make a difference. Working together as a team gives the ability to work toward a common vision. As Mother Teresa so eloquently stated, “I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot: Together we can do great things.” by Sue Craanen by Sue Craanen Our Vision We recognize and respect the dignity and value of each human being. Our Mission The Senior Companion Program, Inc. (SCP) enhances the quality of life for adults through socialization and information. Contact Information: [email protected] 262.898.1941 ________________ 521 Sixth Street Racine, WI 53403 racinedominicans.org Executive Director Sue Craanen [email protected] Assistant to the Director Laurie Radewan [email protected] Office Assistant Jeanne Kocha [email protected] Board of Directors President – Timothy Crawford Vice President – Jack Louks Treasurer – Sister Karen Vollmer, OP Secretary – Shelly Boles Dorothy Dziengel Patrick Fogarty Dave Geertsen Linda Haack Joyce Herringer Sandra Wahl Sisters of St. Dominic Senior Companion Program 5635 Erie St. Racine, WI 53402 Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Racine, WI Permit No. 1261 Michael Ady and Mary Thome John and Laurie Landaal Bob and Celeste Henken Gary and Sue Craanen Betty M. Beyer In Memory of Doris Seeger Keith and Judy Ruelle In Memory of Irene Lewis John and Laurie Landaal In Memory of Jim Jude John and Victoria Albert In Memory of Sarah Garner Tim and Jeanne Kocha Gary and Sue Craanen In Memory of: Marilyn Gilmore Ruth Haggert Don Robotka Gary and Sue Craanen Senior Companion Program is a sponsored ministry of the Racine Dominicans.

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Individual DonationsBarbara JacobsenPenny MandliRichard RoloffTom and JoAnn LeuenbergerRichard LeuenbergerRuth KrumbergerPatricia MikeRichard and Josephine GoldmannMike and Cathy StaeckRuth KingDave and Renee BenjaminJohn and Patricia HeinrichsMarjorie FerrariDr. Stanley and Judy RosenRobert LetschKathleen HicksDelores OstermannTom DetermanSacred Journeys Spiritual CommunityRichard and Ellen Leuenberger Family Charitable Fund

May 17 through August 15, 2016Donations ReceivedImogene P JohnsonHelen DeGrootJoe and Mary Woitach Dorothy Ann Greiber, OP

From the Class of 1962 in Honor of Jubilarians:Esther Szambelan, OP – 75 yrs.Juliana Dischler, OP – 70 yrs.Dorothy Ann Greiber, OP – 70 yrs.Bernadette Weinberger, OP – 70 yrs.Rose Marie Dischler, OP – 60 yrs.Celia Evers, OP – 60 yrs.Paula Marie Jarosz, OP – 60 yrs.Mary Watson, OP – 60 yrs.Kathy Slesar, OP – 25 yrs.

In Memory of Dolores ChartrandJohn and Laurie RadewanGary and Sue Craanen

In Memory of Lois Vanderbeke, OPDoug and Kathy Weber

Racine Dominicans

SC Johnson

US Navy SKC Robert W. Ply & Mrs. Monica Rotkis Ply

Marjorie L. Christiansen Foundation

Racine Community Foundation

Bader Philanthropies

Perez Fund

United Way – Community Investment Grant

We are grateful to all who contribute and participate in the Senior Companion Program, Inc.

Fall - 2016

Unification

The human body is made up of 10 different systems. These systems include: skeletal, muscular, nervous, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine, digestive, urinary, and integumentary. In order for our body to function properly, all systems must be working together. If any

system is damaged, the body becomes unstable and ultimately could die.

Similar to the systems of the body are systems in society that need to work together in order for our society to function properly. These systems include: our many cultures, economics, politics, communities, neighborhoods, families, and religious. If these systems fail to work together, we create a sick society – one of violence, hatred and poverty.

When people talk, listen completely, be patient and understanding. Place yourself in their shoes. Each of us needs to take time out of our daily life and reflect on how we can work together to make a difference. Working together as a team gives the ability to work toward a common vision. As Mother Teresa so eloquently stated, “I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot: Together we can do great things.”

by Sue Craanenby Sue Craanen

Our VisionWe recognize and respect the dignity and value of each human being.Our MissionThe Senior Companion Program, Inc. (SCP) enhances the quality of life for adults through socialization and information.Contact Information:[email protected]________________ 521 Sixth StreetRacine, WI 53403 racinedominicans.orgExecutive DirectorSue [email protected] to the DirectorLaurie [email protected] AssistantJeanne [email protected] of DirectorsPresident – Timothy CrawfordVice President – Jack LouksTreasurer – Sister Karen Vollmer, OPSecretary – Shelly BolesDorothy DziengelPatrick FogartyDave GeertsenLinda HaackJoyce HerringerSandra Wahl

Sisters of St. DominicSenior Companion Program5635 Erie St. Racine, WI 53402

Non-Profit Organization

U.S. Postage

PAID

Racine, WI

Permit No. 1261

Michael Ady and Mary ThomeJohn and Laurie LandaalBob and Celeste HenkenGary and Sue CraanenBetty M. Beyer

In Memory of Doris SeegerKeith and Judy Ruelle

In Memory of Irene LewisJohn and Laurie Landaal

In Memory of Jim JudeJohn and Victoria Albert

In Memory of Sarah GarnerTim and Jeanne Kocha Gary and Sue Craanen

In Memory of: Marilyn GilmoreRuth Haggert Don RobotkaGary and Sue Craanen

Senior Companion Program is a sponsored ministry of the Racine Dominicans.

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On August 6, we hosted a free forum highlighting the Medicare hospice benefit and what that means. Beth Edwards and Cori Parker from Heartland Home Health were our guest speakers. Much information was shared and our 50 attendees had many questions answered. All enjoyed

homemade soups, bread and sweet treats. We appreciate the Racine Community Foundation and the United Way of Racine County for sponsoring this event, and all who helped to make the presentation a success. More informa-tional forums at no cost will be offered in the future.

As our fiscal year draws to a close, we would like to thank each and every donor who contributed to our program this year. The Racine Dominicans, grantors, individual/organizational donations, in-kind contributions and donations made in honor or memory of a loved one; all help tremendously to sustain our program. Without your support, we could not continue to serve the elderly in our community. Our ministry has been in existence since 1978, and with your kind

generosity, we hope to serve for many years to come. As we move into the season of thanksgiving and reflect on our blessings, it is difficult to describe how truly grateful we are. God bless you all.~Sue, Laurie & Jeanne

by Laurie RadewanHospice Forum Was Very Informative Recipe

Ingredients:

6 small apples, su ch as Jonatha n, Jonagold, or Winesap 1 cup apple ju ice or apple cider 4 tablespoons maple syrup 2 tablespoons butter 6 three-inch cinnamon sticks

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Core apples leaving the bottoms intact. Using a small sha rp knife, cut off a strip of peel a rou nd the top of each apple. Place apples in a 2-qua rt casserole or baking dish.

2. In a small sa ucepan, combine apple ju ice, maple syrup, a nd butter. Bring to a boil. Pou r hot ju ice mixtu re over apples. Insert a cinnamon stick in the center of each apple.

3. Bake u ncovered for 40 to 45 minutes or u ntil apples a re tender. Brush tops of apples

occasiona lly with ju ice mixtu re in casserole. To serve, remove cinnamon stick. Spoon ju ice mixtu re over baked apples. Serve warm with va nilla ice cream.

ReminderOn November 6, Daylight Saving Time ends. Move your clocks back one hour. This is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Energy AssistanceIf you need assistance with your energy bill and have not yet applied with us, please submit a copy of your most recent energy bill and, if applicable, a copy of your denial letter from WE Energies to:

Senior Companion Program, Inc.521 Sixth StreetRacine, WI 53403 or call 262.898.1941.

Because funds are limited, we will provide assistance to the best of our ability.

Do You Enjoy Big Band Music?Reservations are now being taken for our annual fundraiser. Join us for a “Sentimental Journey Back to the Big Band Era.”

The afternoon will begin with live music provided by the Howard Schneider Variety Band. Come to Infusino’s Banquet Hall on October 9 from 1-4 pm for great music, pizza and appetizers. Reservations can be made by calling 262.898.1941 or sending a check to SCP, 521 Sixth Street, Racine, WI 53403. Individual seats are $20, or reserve a table for $200 (seats 8) to guarantee your party will sit together. Cash, check or credit card will be accepted. Reservations must be made in advance. The deadline is October 3. See you there!