The next meeting of the Langlade County Senior Club is Tuesday, March 13, 2018 from 1:30pm to 3pm. The club meets at the Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont Street, Antigo; in the meeting room off the main hallway.
The meeting opens for some general discussion of any member’s previous months’ activities, any illnesses of members and recognition of those who have grown one year older. They also hold a door prize drawing for 10 lucky winners and play some light-hearted bingo. Please call Doug at 715-623-2253 if you have any questions.
Presidents Report: Doug took a survey whether persons have heard of the long term care options of either Family Care or IRIS programs; and how they should be looked into before a couple is in financial ruins; (b) showed the quarterly Stump Shooter magazine he is now during for the Wisconsin Traditional Archers; (c) and a current Alliance for Retired Americans Friday Alert indicating the federal budget deal did close the Medicare Part D doughnut hole a year earlier, gave extra payments for rural hospitals, and gave a bit more money to the Social Security Administration.
Kathy Schultz: Kathy Schultz, from our Aging Disability and Resource Center at 1225 Langlade Road, Antigo, spoke on: (a) spoke on the free tax aid help being offered by AARP at the credit union; (b) there is always a need for more drivers for our meals on wheels program; (c) Tim Moe is leaving the ADRC-CW; (d) persons need to receive and include a form 1095-B verifying they have health insurance; (e) about formularies and level of drugs covered by plans and can be changed during the year; (f) at town association meeting some legislatures were at this meeting and the governor is trying to get Senior Care to be a permanent program.
Check us the group and please bring your ideas for club activities, which are not only important to seniors, but for the betterment of the community. The club’s procedure is to allow any first time attendee to enjoy taking part in the door prize drawing and bingo.