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The Gardens of Arbor Acres

Miskolc Megyei Jogú VárosKözgyűléseH e l y b e nTisztelt Közgyűlés !I. Tartalmi összefoglaló:Miskolc Megyei Jogú Város 2006. évi költségvetésében - az előző évekrőláthúzódó pénzmaradványként- jóváhagyásra került a Bartók Béla közútépítése és régészeti feltárása. A feladaton belül elkészültek, a Jánosutca – Bartók Béla utca közötti szakasz előkészítő munkái.Ezek az alábbi feladatok:- régészeti feltárások- ivóvíz hálózat rekonstrukciója, szennyvízvezeték kiépítése.- ÉMÁSZ-MATÁV kiváltások tervezése- János u. 24. sz. alatti ingatlan telekmegosztása és a tulajdonosokkártalanításaAugusztus közepére elkészültek az ÉMÁSZ és a MATÁV kiváltások .További elvégzendő feladatok:- út-, és járdaépítés, csapadékvíz elvezetés kiépítése- János u. 24. sz. alatti kerítés áthelyezése- a jelenlegi útpályaszerkezet megbontása után felmerülő régészetifeltárásokAz eddig elkészült munkálatok az útépítés eredeti előirányzatát terhelik,melyből lekötésre került 18.597.000.-FtAz útépítés és csapadékvíz elvezetés kivitelezése közbeszerzési eljáráskeretében pályáztatásra került.A 2006. évi költségvetés nem biztosít elegendő fedezetet a teljes útkiépítésére. Szükséges további 29.000.000.-Ft biztosítása.A 2006. évi kivitelezés indoka, hogy a Diósgyőri Vár és környezetébenjúnius 01. és augusztus 30. között a 62/2005.(XII.15.) sz. Miskolc MegyeiJogú Város Önkormányzatának többször módosított rendelete értelmébenbontási engedély nem adható ki. 2007. évi közbeszerzési pályáztatásesetén - a megvalósítás időigényét figyelembe véve- szintén szeptemberhónapban kerülhetne sor a kivitelezésre, de már 2007. évi árszinten.A szakasz mielőbb megvalósítását indokolja továbbá, hogy alkalmassáváljon a Diósgyőri Várba látogató gépjármű forgalom és a turistákatszállító buszforgalom biztosítására.2

Page 4April Events10 Tuesdaycont.’some of the biggest acts in classical,jazz, pop, and rock music.Flutist Peter Shanahan performsas a freelance musician with theWinston-Salem, Western Piedmont,Salisbury, Greensboro, and SouthwestFlorida Symphonies. He hasperformed as a soloist with the IndianaUniversity Orchestra and theSouthwest Florida Symphony and innumerous recitals. Peter is a facultymember at Guilford College, theMusic Academy of North Carolina.Peter received his Master of Musicfrom Indiana University and hisBachelor of Music from the NorthCarolina School of the Arts. GuitaristWiley Porter has performedinternationally with singers rangingfrom Barbra Streisand to MichaelJackson, in countless Broadwayshows, and has had the distincthonor of performing for everyPresident since Jimmy Carter. Wileystudied at Berkley College of Music,American University and CatholicUniversity. He has served on thefaculties of Prince George’s Collegein Maryland, as well as Wake ForestUniversity and Catawba Collegehere in North Carolina.11 WednesdaySt. Paul’s Episcopal ChurchLuncheon10:00 am, St. Paul’sAnn Rahn, Senior Adult Ministerat St. Paul’s Episcopal Churchhas extended an invitation andtransportation to all Episcopal residentsto come to the WednesdayApril 11th Easter Luncheon. Pleaseindicate your interest in transportationby signing up on the signupsheet in the Sign up book by noonon Monday April 9th. Mrs. Rahnwill then be in touch individually todiscuss transportation.11 WednesdayVictory Garden Party HatCraft Class2:00 – 4:00 pm, 3rd floor CorpeningDuring April we’llhave 6 opportunitiesfor you to craft a GardenParty Hat to wearduring our Fill-A-SackVictory Garden Partyon Friday, April 27th at 12:30 in FellowshipHall. The Classes are scheduledfor Wednesday, April 11th, Thursday,April 12th, Friday, April 13th, Wednesday,April 18, Thursday, April 19th andFriday, April 20th. Come to one or allof the crafting sessions. All materialsincluding a hat will be provided but youmay want to bring along a little somethingextra to set your creation apart!Let’s think about that something extra:maybe this is a good time to do a littlerecycling and bring that empty soupcan, yogurt cup or juice box with you toadorn your hat; Perhaps you’ve alwaysfancied yourself a Carmen Mirandastyle hat, now’s the time to emptythe fruit bowl and , well I think you getthe picture and we hope to see theresults! Not only will we be craftingour own hats and extras for others thatare all THUMBS! But we’ll also need towork on our centerpieces for each ofthe tables. So don’t forget to come toat least one if not all of the workshopdates. Sally Billman a craft instructorwill be leading these classes.12 ThursdayMen’s Club Luncheon,Noon, Fellowship HallTopic: “Goodwill: Charity Work or EconomicWork?”Join guest speaker,Art Gibel, CEO ofGoodwill Industriesof Northwest NorthCarolina. He is agraduate of BowlingGreen University. Artjoined Goodwill in12 Thursdaycont.’2006 after a career in business withcompanies that include Procter &Gamble, Ralston Purina, and SaraLee. Most recently, he was Presidentand CEO of Hanes Printables, adivision of Sara Lee. He has been anactive member of the community,previously serving on the Boards ofGoodwill, The Crosby Charity GolfTournament and Hospice, and is analumnus of Leadership Winston-Salem. Currently, Art serves onthe Board of Trustees of BaptistHospital, the Board of Wake ForestBaptist Medical Center, the Boardof Forsyth Futures, and the Boardof Piedmont Federal Savings Bank.He is active in his congregation atMt. Tabor United Methodist Church,and is also a member of the ReynoldaRotary. Art and his wife, Kathy,have two grown children and threegrandchildren.Music program, Voice Recital, WFUstudents of Ann Listokin7:00 pm, Fellowship HallA soprano and amesso-soprano fromWake forest University,accompanied byAnn Listokin, will singOpera Arias, songs and show tuneson Thursday evening at 7:00 pm inthe Fellowship Hall.13 FridayScavenger Hunt Hunger Walk forCrisis Control Ministry2:00 pm, Bay WindowGuest: Margaret Elliot, ExecutiveDirector of Crisis Control MinistrySee Wellness pages 11 for details.

Transportation/Shuttle ServiceSign UpPage 513 FridayMovie: Wesley: Founder of theMethodist Movement7:00 pm, Fellowship HallMeet John(and his brother,Charles)cont.’as we learnwhat led himto start a movement that grew intoone of the largest streams of ChristianBelief in the world today. Themovie: “Wesley,” was filmed in OldSalem as well as Centenary church.As you view the film watch for locallandmarks. A special thanks toJean Steelman for acquiring thismovie to share with us.17 TuesdayWomen’s LuncheonNoon, Arbor RoomGuest Speaker: Corey Miller,Director of Developmentwith CrisisControl Ministriesin Arbor Room. SeeWellness pages 11 fordetails.Pianist, Sing alongwith Pat Wade7:00 pm, Fellowship HallJoin Pat for some toe tapping anda fun time of singing along to ourfavorite tunes.18 WednesdayCrisis Control Ministries10:00 am and 1:30pm,Front LobbyCome and join us for a tour of CrisisControl Ministry on Wednesday,April 18. You will have two options;either the morning or afternoontour. This local outreach ministryhas been providing emergency as18 Wednesdaycont.’sistance to people in financial crisisfor almost 39 years. There is no betterway to understand the servicesthey provide and how they serveour community with compassionand good stewardship. If you’vegiven to CCM in the past, it is a wayto see your generosity in action!Please sign up in the sign-up booklocated at the bay window. Deadlineto sign up is Monday, April 16.Presentation: NC MarriageAmendment Vote4:00 pm, Fellowship HallSee page 8 for more details19 ThursdayTown Hall10:00 am, Fellowship HallAll residents are invited to this timeof information sharing.Senior Adult Lunch,Centenary UMCNoon, Robinson HallSign up, the Luncheon will be hostedat Arbor Acres in the RobinsonHall. Contact Centenary UMC at724-6311 by Monday, April 16th toconfirm you plan to attend. GuestSpeaker - Interim Director, LindaDavis, Childrens’ HomeGuitarist Ken Lelen,A Fine Romance7:00 pm, Robinson HallShuttle available at 6:30 pmKen Lelen singslegendary lovesongs & playsvintage acousticguitars. Filled withclever lyrics, catchytunes and amusing anecdotes, hisconcerts are popular with diversegroups & sundry venues. Playingmore than 100 concerts a year19 Thursdaycont.’across the MidAtlantic, Southeast,Midwest and New England, he isknown for acoustic renditions ofjazz, ragtime and swing. A FineRomance - Features tunes (1940-1956) favored by a generation thatrationed its romance and deferredits love affairs “for the duration.”Songs may include: Time AfterTime, There! I’ve Said It Again, I’llNever Smile Again, Beyond The Sea,All The Things You Are, AutumnLeaves, Dream, It’s Been A Long,Long Time, On Slow Boat To China,You Belong To Me. Ken will be backOctober 9, 2012 at 7:00 pm for TinPan Icons in Fellowship Hall.20 FridayDonna Joyner, BSN, Injury Prevention,Coordinator with Wake ForestHealth10:30 am, Fellowship HallA MATTER OF BALANCE - WHATIS IT? See Wellness page 11 fordetails.Movie: TOOTSIE with Jim Shertzer7:00 pm, Fellowship HallTOOTSIE (1982) (PG– Adult situations). Atemperamental actorno one will hire becomesan overnightsensation as an actresson a hot TV show ... and learnsa lot about life in “Tootsie.” DustinHoffman, Teri Garr, Sydney Pollack,Bill Murray and Jessica Lange (whowon an Oscar for her performance)head the cast in this hilariouscomedy written by Larry Gelbart,the creator of TV’s “M*A*S*H.” Thefilm was nominated in a total of 10Oscar categories.

Page 8AssociateChaplain,BertSandersSpiritual Life NewsChaplain,DouglasSuggsChaplains Doug Suggs andBert Sanders are availablefor pastoral care needs,visits and information onSpiritual Life programs atArbor Acres. Please contacthim at 748-4648, ext.1382, or Bert Sanders at816-2271, ext. 1590.Presentation by the North CarolinaCoalition to Protect FamiliesTopic: The May 8 public vote on the proposed Marriage Amendmentto the North Carolina State Constitution.Wednesday, April 18 4:00 p.m. – Fellowship HallChristian Regan, speaker.Holy Week and Easter ServicesThe Chaplains will be offering opportunitiesfor special worship during the upcomingHoly Week and on Easter Sunday. Theworship schedule will be as follows:Holy Thursday, April 54:00 p.m. – Holy Communion – AsburyPlace, Robinson Hall (2nd floor)7:00 p.m. – Holy Communion with TenebraeService – Berrier Bldg., Fellowship HallEaster Sunday, April 811:00 a.m. – Easter Service – Asbury Place,Robinson Hall (2nd floor)6:30 p.m. – Easter Service – Berrier Bldg.,Fellowship HallObviously, the Sunday services are asregularly scheduled, but we will specificallycelebrate Easter during those times. Wehope that you will join us as you are ableduring this very special time!On May 8, the people of North Carolina will have the opportunityvote “for or against” Amendment One, commonly called “the MarriageAmendment,”that would ban legal recognition for all unmarried couples.There are strong advocates on both sides of the issue and those in oppositionargue that there are potential unintended harmful consequencesthat could affect all citizens of North Carolina. Come and be betterinformed about this issue before you vote on May 8. Contact ChaplainDouglas Suggs with questions at 748-4648.For more information go to: www.protectncfamilies.orgAPRIL WORSHIP SCHEDULESunday, April 1 (Palm Sunday) –11:00amAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Bert SandersSunday, April 1 (Palm Sunday) –6:30 pmBerrier Bldg., Fellowship HallSpeaker: Doug SuggsWednesday, April 4 – 7:00 pmBerrier Bldg., Fellowship Hall-Speaker: Jim LongSunday, April 8 (Easter) – 11:00amAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Bert SandersSunday, April 8 (Easter) – 6:30 pmBerrier Bldg., Fellowship HallSpeaker: Doug SuggsWednesday, April 11 – 7:00 pmAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Tom HunterFirst UMC, Pilot Mtn, N.C.Sunday, April 15 – 11:00amAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Bert SandersSunday, April 15 – 6:30pmBerrier Bldg., Fellowship HallSpeaker: Corey MillerCrisis Control MinistriesWednesday, April 18 – 7:00pmAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Jim LongSunday, April 22 – 11:00amAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Doug SuggsSunday, April 22 – 6:30pmBerrier Bldg., Fellowship HallSpeaker: Bert SandersWednesday, April 25 – 7:00pmAsbury Place, Robinson HallConcert: Centenary Children’sChoirSunday, April 29 – 11:00amAsbury Place, Robinson HallSpeaker: Bert SandersSunday, April 29 – 6:30pmBerrier Bldg., Fellowship HallSpeaker: Kelley GroceFirst UMC, Lexington, N.C.

Page 9NEW DAY AND TIME forNEW DAY DEVOTIONSTuesdays 11:30am Alibi CaféBeginning April 3We will now offer a brief time for devotion, reflectionand fellowship each Tuesday morning at 11:30 in theAlibi Café. We invite you to join us on your way tolunch; you’ll hear devotions and scripture presentedby Bert Sanders together with a brief prayer of blessing.Bert promises to get you to lunch on time, asthis gathering will last approximately 20 minutes.Come and give your day a boost!!We RememberMr. William L. StoelzelJune 28, 1925 - March 2, 2012Mrs. Louetta T. DavisSeptember 1, 1910 - March 3, 2012Mrs. Juanita B. MorrisJuly 12, 1920 - March 6, 2012Mr. Robert G. CarrollFebruary 1, 1908 - March 6, 2012Miss Catherine M. MylesJune 18, 1918 - March 10, 2012Mr. Jac T. SaltzgiverJuly 12, 1925 - March 10, 2012Judge Abner AlexanderMay 20, 1929 - March 14, 2012Shuttle Bus available at Berrier Building,6:30 pm for Wednesday servicesat Asbury Place.AUTHOR STUDY:Wendell Berry and Annie DillardFridays 2:30-4:30Clubroom 3rd Floor Asbury PlaceBeginning April 13Join Chaplain Bert Sanders each Friday as he leadsa group similar to the March Flannery O’Connor Series.Each Friday in April starting April 13th we willfocus on the short stories of Mr. Berry and on essaysfrom Ms. Dillard’s Pulitzer Prize winning “A Pilgrimat Tinker’s Creek.” Each of these authors brilliantlycaptures and evokes images of the natural worldand human character, focusing on the Appalachianand Blue Ridge regions. All reading materials will beprovided for participants. The group will meet onFriday, April 13, 20, 27 and May 4th and 11th from3:30 until 4:30 in Asbury Place in the Clubroom (3rdfloor). No sign up is necessary, but it would be nice ifyou could let Bert know if you are interested. He canbe reached at 816-2271 or at extension 1590. Lightrefreshments will be offered.MASSAGE, ANYONE?We have a new massage table in the Asbury PlaceSpa and in the Fitzgerald healthCenter Spa. These tables areelectric and allow the massagetherapist to lower the tablemaking it easy for the massageclient to get on and off the tableas well as easier on the back of the therapist whocan then raise the table to a comfortable height forthe therapist. No more climbing required!! Anyresident can schedule massages in the spa at AsburyPlace or the Fitzgerald Health Center Spa. Great carehas been taken to create a relaxing and restorativeatmosphere in the massage rooms, and the additionof the beautiful table enhances the experience. Allmassage therapists are trained professionals fromWake Forest Health. To ease the scheduling processfor residents, all massage appointments are to bemade through Davana Miller, the Asbury Place receptionist,at 724-7921, extension 1904. We encourageand invite you to take advantage of this healingand healthful service. If you have questions contactChaplain Bert Sanders at 816-2271.

Page 10Recreation NewsAPRIL IS HUNGER AWARENESS MONTHA study called “Food Hardship inAmerica 2010: Households Withand Without Children” reportedthat our area of North Carolina isthe “worst in the US”. Last year 1in 4 children here lived in poverty,and over 52,000 people per monthreceived food and nutrition assistance.The month of April 2012 hasbeen named by the Arbor AcresResident Council as Hunger AwarenessMonth, and there will be afull schedule of great opportunitiesthis month for us to work with ourlocal Crisis Control Ministry (CCM)to help feed these hungry children.The major purpose is to collectcanned foods for the CCM Pantry.Large bins will be near the frontdoor to the Berrier Building andin the Library, where individualsmay deposit bags of canned foodsthroughout the month. When wego to the grocery stores, look forthe bargains, and bring extras tofill these bins. As they are filled,the food will be transported tothe CCM Pantry. For those whomay not be able to shop, as wellas others who desire, monetarydonations can be made by placinga check made out to Crisis ControlMinistry in the yellow box in thecubby area and the green box inAsbury Place cubby room. Becomeinvolved in the activities and Fill-A-Sac with food as often as youcan so the bins have to be emptiedoften!The schedule for activities includes:• Wednesday, April 4, 2:00PM, Fellowship Hall; Dr. Oz DVDon “Hunger in America”, and guestspeaker, Margaret Elliot, ExecutiveDirector of Crisis Control Ministry.• There will be several opportunitiesto craft a straw hat in the Craftroom with food items so you can bethe Belle or Gentleman of the Filla Sack Victory Garden Luncheon.Crafting dates are: Tuesday, April10th, Wednesday, April 11th,Thursday, April 12th and Tuesday,April 17th and Wednesday, April18th and Thursday, April 19th, 2:00- 4:00 pm each day. This will takeplace in the Craft Room, 3rd floorCorpening.• Friday, April 13, 2:00 PM;Hunger Walk to be led by KatherineLohr and CCM staff.• Sunday, April 15, 6:30 PM,Fellowship Hall; Sunday EveningWorship led by the Rev. Dr. CoreyMiller from CCM.• Tuesday, April 17, 12:00 -1:00 PM, (Arbor Room); Ladies Luncheonwith a program by Dr. CoreyMiller and Katherine Lohr. See page11 for details sign up for this event.• Wednesday, April 18, 10:00AM and 1:30 PM; Two group tours ofthe Crisis Control Pantry to learn andsee firsthand how this organizationwill use our donations. Sign up toreserve your seat on the bus.• Friday, April 27, 12:30 PM,(Fellowship Hall ); Fill-A-Sack VictoryGarden Party. Please sign up by FridayApril 20th so dining services canprepare for the number attending,this event is limited to 104 individualsdue to space constraints, your feeto enter is a filled sack of groceries.Drop by the Library to pick up a sack.Questions contact Janice LV 748-4646.• The large blue bins will be inplace near the Berrier front door,the Library and near the frontentrace of Asbury Place throughoutthe month. Top 6 needed fooditems in April:- Canned Meat (tuna, etc.)- Jelly- Peanut Butter- Pasta- Pasta Sauce- Potato FlakesKeep your eyes and ears openfor more information on bulletinboards and easels, and in yourcubbies. Help to spread the wordto your friends and neighbors, andlet’s have fun together as we feedthe kids.Voting in May PrimariesWe vote at the Hanes Community Center(Twin City Stage)To request an absentee ballot:You must write a letter on a sheet ofpaper stating you wish an absenteeballot.Mail the letter to:The Board of ElectionsForsyth County Government Center201 North Chestnut StreetWinston-Salem, NC 27101-4120The application deadline for the May8th Primary election is May 1st. Questionssee Janice LV orcall 748-4646.Sculpting ClassTuesdays April 10, 17, May 1, 8, 15, 221:30 - 3:30 pmSign up for six weeks series for $60.Sign up deadline is April 6th.

Wellness NewsPage Page 11 11Croquet is for everyone!Mark your calendars!Fun croquetclinic foreveryone withPinehurst croquetprofessional,Ronald Lloyd. Therewill be demonstration of GolfCroquet and American AssociationRules Six Wicket Croquet,and refreshments for everyone.Wednesday afternoon May 23rdat Arbor Acres Croquet Courtand Clubhouse 1:30 - 5:00 pm.Plan to spend the afternoonwith us!Chan Chandler 725-8208Charles Duckett 722-2295Ted Blount 724-3072“March Into A Healthier You”Walking Program CeremonyWednesday, April 411:00 am, Fellowship HallCalling all walkers! With theapproach of spring, each year atthis time we focus more walkingbecause it’s a great time tobe outdoors. Our first walkingprogram began on March 5 andconcluded on Sunday, April 1.This program was implementedto get everyone warmed up andback in the habit of walking. Theparticipants of this program willcelebrate their achievements onWednesday, April 4 at the Fellowship Hall. We willacknowledge some outstandingachievements in this event.Everyone who participated willreceive a small token ofappreciation.So all you walkers, mark your calendarsand stop by for a doughnutand a cup of coffee.Scavenger Hunt Hunger Walk forCrisis Control MinistryGuest: Margaret Elliot,Executive Director ofCrisis Control MinistryFriday, April 13, 2:00pmBay WindowA very special walk is planned thismonth. Many of you have alreadylearned about the work of CrisisControl Ministry, helping feed thehungry children right here in ourown community. It is astounding toknow how many children really needour help. This walk is to bring attentionto how easy it is for us to help!All you need to do to participate isjoin us at the Bay Window to pick upa copy of the route sheet. The walkwill begin at 2:00p.m. SHARP! Wewill begin by having a drawing to seewho receives a number. This numberwill indicate the cards along theroute in which you will bring backand collect food items for our hungrychildren. We will also be acceptingcontributions in the form of checksmade out to Crisis Control Ministryand placed in the yellow box in thecubby room for those who wish tomake a monrtary donation. For thoseof you who wish to purchase foodfor this event and need transportation,there will be a trip to LowesFoods on Thursday, April 12 leavingthe front lobby at 11:00a.m. Theseand any other food items you wish todonate may be brought to the foodbins located in the front lobby of theBerrier Building and the library forthose that are unable to participatein the Scavenger Hunt. For all ofyour efforts, may you find much joyin helping the hungry!A MATTER OF BALANCE -WHAT IS IT?Donna Joyner, BSN,Injury Prevention CoordinatorWake Forest HealthFriday, April 20, 10:30 am,Fellowship HallI would like to invite you to participatein a program that can lead to ahealthier life style for you and preventthe risk of suffering from a fall.Many older adults experience afear of falling that can limit theiractivities and result in physical weaknessmaking the risk of falling evengreater. A Matter of Balance includeseight two-hour sessions for a smallgroup led by a trained facilitator.During the class you will learn to:• View falls as controllable• Set goals for increasingactivity• Make changes to reducefall risk at home• Exercise to increasestrength and balanceParticipants will enjoy spendingtime together, getting to know eachother, sharing ideas, helping eachother, having “healthy snacks”, anddevelop a habit of exercising regularly.Please plan to join us for more informationon April 20th at 10:30amand to sign up for the class that willbe held later in the summer or earlyfall.Women’s LuncheonCorey Miller, Director of Development with Crisis Control MinistriesTuesday, April 17, Noon, Arbor RoomPlease join Corey Miller, Director of Development with Crisis Control Ministryat the Women’s Luncheon on Tuesday, April 17 at 12noon in the Arbor Roomto learn more about Crisis Control Ministries. As you may know this is the approvedArbor Acres April fundraiser. We are undertaking a food drive to helpstock the shelves of the pantry at Crisis Control Ministries to help feed the hungrychildren right here in Winston-Salem.

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