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  • FREE ADMISSION

    Montrose-Delta

    FREE entertainment, FREE seminars, FREE food

    9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Montrose Pavilion, Montrose

    September 18, 2014

    A Senior Fair Thats Fun!

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    bone tree10 A.M. | DEEP CANYON MUSIC

    bone tree is an acoustic band from the Unaweep Canyon of Western Colorado. They are a new band that plays deep canyon music, which is made up of songs that have the depth of true American music rebuilt note by note to create a new and exciting mix. Follow the band at www.bonetree.us. This is their first time per-forming at the Montrose-Delta BeaconFest.

    Beth Williams, an attractive lady with an engaging smile and delightfully easygo-ing personality, is a remarkable musician and record company entrepreneur who writes, sings and records her own songs. She also performs well loved tunes from the 40s through the 80s. Her career has many highlights, which include being nominated as the Academy of Country Musics Best New Female Vocalist of the Year. She is a Nashville session singer and demo singer who also gives voice and guitar lessons.

    Beth Williams9 A.M. | FOLK/POP/COUNTRY

    We provide non-medical Home Care up to 24 hoursa day, seven days a week in Western Colorado.Our professional caregivers are here for youand your loved ones whenever you need us.

    Professionally Providing Compassionate Care Bathing / Hygiene Assist Medication Prompts Respite Care Housekeeping Alzheimers & Dementia Meal Preparation

    Laundry Shopping & Errands

    Family owned and operated since 2001.Call Today for a free in-home assessment.

    1-866-874-6115

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    Ula Kirkman11 A.M. | ACCORDION

    Mary Lee Bowen & Ellen Roberts

    12 P.M. | PATSY CLINE RENDITION

    Ula Kirkman has played the accordion for over half a century. Kirkman loves performing for retirement homes and senior centers, especially in the Colorado and Utah regions. Youll see why she is our most requested entertainer at this years Montrose-Delta BeaconFest.

    Ellen Roberts & Mary Lee Bowen call themselves wannabe Patsy Clines and put on a fun-filled performance filled with music and memorabilia from the era of Patsy Cline.

    Fruita Troupers12:15 P.M. | LINE DANCING

    The Fruita Troupers is a dance team made up of members Joyce Gillooly, Beth Cox, Shirley LoSordo, Flo Nayler, Daphne Blankenship and Peg Burris. The members dance for exercise purposes and some members have been Fruita Troupers for 10 years. They believe exercise can be fun for people of all ages and they plan to show you how much fun it can be at this years Montrose-Delta BeaconFest.

    Ron Koss1 P.M. | GUITARIST, VOCALIST,

    SOUND MANAGER

    Ron Koss has played music profes-sionally for over 30 years. He has played in the Grand Valley for over a decade. He plays Americana, rock, swing and just about anything that moves you. Ron has performed at numerous BeaconFests and manages the sound as well.

    ENTERTAINMENT

    9:00 a.m. Beth Williams 10:00 a.m. bone tree 11:00 a.m. Ula Kirkman 12:00 p.m. Mary Lee Bowen & Ellen Roberts 12:15 p.m. Fruita Troupers 1:00 p.m. Ron Koss

    ScheduleSTAGE

    patsy cline rendition

    Were on the web at www.BeaconSeniorNews.com

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    www.colorado.gov/cdhs/veteranshomes

    Let us Serve You!Veterans, their spouses and widows, and Gold Star Parents(who have lost a child or children in action) Post Hospital Rehab Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Respite Care Skilled Nursing Care All inclusive rates Secure Memory Care neighborhood Veteran Camaraderie Separate rooms with windows Person Centered PlanningIf you have a 70% or greater VA Service-connecteddisability your stay is FREE other payer sources include:Medicare Part A & B MedicaidPrivate Pay Private & secondary Insurance

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    AUDITORIUM

    RECEPTION HALL

    STAGE

    TICKET LOBBY

    SENIOR LOBBY

    WHEELCHAIRACCESS

    SEMINAR ROOM

    PATIO

    SENIOR BALLROOM

    SECRET SENIOR ROOM

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    EntertainmentSTAGE

    9:00 Beth Williams 10:00 bone tree 11:00 Ula Kirkman 12:00 Mary Lee Bowen & Ellen Roberts 12:15 Fruita Troupers 1:00 Ron Koss

    Schedule of SeminarsSEMINAR ROOM

    10:00 Dementia or hearing loss? What you need to know

    11:00 Region 10: Where are we? Where are we going? How will we get there?

    12:00 Dementia or hearing loss? What you need to know

    *Sales and marketing information will be available at this event.

    Seminar Room Sponsored by

    Mary Lee Bowen & Ellen Roberts

    Ula Kirkman

    bone tree

    Fruita Troupers

    MAIN ENTRANCE

    DMEA

    Enter for door prizes here

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    AUDITORIUM

    RECEPTION HALL

    STAGE

    TICKET LOBBY

    SENIOR LOBBY

    WHEELCHAIRACCESS

    SEMINAR ROOM

    PATIO

    SENIOR BALLROOM

    SECRET SENIOR ROOM

    WOMENMEN

    1312

    11

    1415

    16

    17

    18 19 20

    39

    385958

    57

    2122

    60

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    3736

    2526

    24

    3534

    33

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    29

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    5049

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    *Sales and marketing information will be available at this event.

    List of Vendors

    Beth Williams

    30 Acme Healing Center

    43 Adult & Pediatric Specialists

    54 AeroCare

    22 American Cancer Society

    56 Center for Mental Health

    45 Colorado State Community Living Center in Rifle

    35 Comfort Keepers

    41 Crossroads Assisted & Independent Living

    28 Delta County Memorial Hospital

    34 Emeritus at Sunrise Creek

    38 Grand Mesa Medical Supply

    18 Hartman Brothers

    52 Heavenstar (Wolfstar Healing Pillows & Oils)

    25 HopeWest

    48 Housing Resources of Western Colorado

    27 Joe C. Stucky, DDS

    46 MDS Electric dba Integrity Electric

    15 Montrose County Department of Health & Human Services

    24 Morris Monument

    47 Mountain Home Medical

    33 Mountain View Therapy

    29 PASCO/SW

    42 Picture Ranch, LLC

    20 Professional Case Management

    16 Region 10 AAA/ ADRC

    36 Renewal by Andersen

    49 Rocky Mountain Health Plans

    31 Source Gas

    55 Spring Creek Chalet

    32 Tile Meister

    21 Touch of Care

    26 Ute Mountain Tribal Park

    19 Volunteers of America

    37 Western Colorado Hearing Clinic, PLLC

    REGISTER TOWIN DOORThousands of dollars

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    Montrose-Delta 2014

    Quiet Adult Community Living Resident Club Housewith Library

    Shopping NearbyFree RV Storage On-site Manager Pets Welcome Upon Approval

    Move-in Incentives Available!*3 Months Free Rent!

    *Call for Details

    Free Irrigation Water Pot Luck Get-togethers Monthly Newsletters

    Seminars

    Dementia or hearing loss? What you need to knowPresented by Dr. Jennifer Bebee, Au.D., CCC-A, 10 a.m. - F-AAA, Western Colorado Hearing ClinicIf left undiagnosed and untreated, hearing loss can negatively impact a persons ability to communicate and decrease their overall quality of life. Recent studies have even linked untreated hearing loss with dementia. Since hearing loss is a growing problem, there is cause for concern.

    It is important that proper diagnosis and intervention take place in order to facilitate effective communication between you and your loved one, and to improve quality of life for both the dementia and hearing loss pa-tient. This presentation will address the signs of hearing loss compared to dementia (which are often similar), the negative implications of untreated hearing loss, and strategies to help you better communicate with some-one with hearing loss or dementia.

    Did you know the BEACON has a Facebook page? Like us! www.facebook.com/BeaconSeniorNews

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    Where are we? Where are we going? How will we get there?11 a.m. - Presented by Eva Veitch, Region 10 Area Agency on Aging Join Eva Veitch, director of the Area Agency on Aging, for a community conversation to help shape the future of aging in western Colorado.

    REGISTER TOWINThousands of dollars in door prizes given away

    every 30 minutes. Must be present to win.

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    New subscription 1 year $15.00 Renew subscription 2 years $25.00

    Bring form with check to:BeaconFest, Montrose Pavilion, Thursday, Sept. 18th

    the Beacon atSeptember 2012 Vol. 26 No. 9

    Photo by Heidi Graf

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