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September 2018Celebrating CentenariansHealthy lifestyles and better medical care
are leading to more Americans celebrating thecentennial mark. According to the lateststatistics, there are more than 72,000 peopleage 100 or older living in the U.S. Predictions bythe U.N. estimate the number of centenarianswill surge to 3 million worldwide by 2050.
Go, Team!With football season kicking off, what team
are you rooting for? Chances are your favoritesquad is named the Eagles, Tigers or Bulldogs.Those are the most common team names inU.S. amateur and pro sports.
Harvest Ha-HaQ: Why did the scarecrow get a promotion?A: Because he was outstanding in his field.
Fall Into SeptemberThe first day of fall, also called the autumnal
equinox, arrives Sept. 22. It’s one of two days duringthe year (the other being the first day of spring) thatbring nearly equal hours of day and night, about12 hours. The word equinox means “equal night” inLatin. For us in the Northern Hemisphere, the days willthen grow shorter as the sun starts rising later andsetting earlier.
September 2018ACLibraryPrivate Dining Room
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Legacy House of Taylorsville6302 South Gold Medal DriveTaylorsville, Utah 84129801-327-8400Legacytaylorsville.com
110:00 Balloon Bop11:00 Reminiscence1:00 Lap Bingo1:30 Popcorn and a Movie6:30 Bible Study with Eugene
210:00 Sacrament Meeting11:00 Relief Society11:00 Priesthood1:45 Sunday School3:00 Baptist Services5:45 Sunday Night Movie
Labor Day 310:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Brain Busters1:30 Bingo3:00 Dice Game5:30 Uno
410:00 Move to the Music10:30 Giant Crossword Puzzle
1:00 Catholic Communion4:00 Ensign Mtg.6:00 Birthday Celebration with
510:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Treasure Hour3:00 Entertainment- Country Blue
610:00 Scenic Drive10:00 Podiatrist (2nd Floor)10:00 Morning Manicures1:30 Walmart Trip4:00 Ensign Meeting5:30 Card Games
710:00 The Daily Chronicle10:30 Thrills with Zills
1:30 Craft- Paint Ceramic Apples5:30 Bingo Night
810:00 Balloon Bop11:00 Reminiscence1:00 Lap Bingo1:30 Popcorn and a Movie6:30 Bible Study with Eugene
910:00 Sacrament Meeting11:00 Priesthood11:00 Relief Society1:45 Sunday School3:00 Baptist Services5:45 Sunday Night Movie
1010:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Brain Busters1:30 Bingo3:00 Gentlemen’s Hour5:30 Kings in the Corner
1110:00 Move to the Music10:30 Giant Crossword Puzzle
1:00 Catholic Communion3:00 Employee Meeting4:00 Ensign Mtg.6:30 Family Home Evening
1210:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Hugs and Critters Pet Visits3:00 Entertainment- Larry
1310:30 Picnic in the Park
2:00 Manicures4:00 Ensign Meeting5:30 Board Games
1410:00 The Daily Chronicle10:30 Thrills with Zills
2:30 Getting To Know You Social!5:30 Bingo Night
1510:00 Balloon Bop11:00 Reminiscence1:00 Lap Bingo1:30 Popcorn and a Movie6:30 Bible Study with Eugene
1610:00 Sacrament Meeting11:00 Priesthood11:00 Relief Society1:45 Sunday School3:00 Baptist Services5:45 Sunday Night Movie
1710:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Brain Busters1:30 Bingo3:00 Dice Game5:30 Uno
1810:30 Giant Crossword Puzzle
1:00 Catholic Communion1:30 THE FIX-IT SHOP with Med
Source... Come get yourwheelchairs and walkers fixedup free of charge!
4:00 Ensign Mtg.5:30 Board Games
1910:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Treasure Hour3:00 Entertainment- Jim Jensen5:30 BINGO
2010:00 Morning Manicures10:00 Scenic Drive1:00 Sign Up for the Temple Trip1:30 Eye Exams with Dr. Meek4:00 Ensign Meeting5:30 Card Games
2110:00 The Daily Chronicle10:30 Thrills with Zills
2:30 Entertainment - DavidFairbanks
5:30 Bingo Night
2210:00 Balloon Bop11:00 Reminiscence1:00 Lap Bingo1:30 Popcorn and a Movie6:30 Bible Study with Eugene
All Sunday Events Are at NormalScheduling Times
10:00 Sacrament Meeting11:00 Relief Society11:00 Priesthood
3011:00 Relief Society3:00 Baptist Services5:45 Sunday Night Movie
2410:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Brain Busters1:30 Bingo3:00 Dice Game5:30 Kings in the Corner
2510:00 Activity Store -Come Spend
Your Points!1:00 Catholic Communion2:30 Resident Council4:00 Ensign Mtg.6:30 Family Home Evening
2610:00 Stretch and Sway10:30 Hugs and Critters Pet Visit
3:00 Entertainment- Mixed Nuts5:30 BINGO
2710:00 Morning Manicures10:00 Scenic Drive1:30 Walmart Trip1:30 Afternoon Manicures4:00 Ensign Meeting5:30 Card Games
2810:00 The Daily Chronicle10:30 Thrills with Zills
2:30 Entertainment- Bob Shorten5:30 Bingo Night
2910:00 Balloon Bop11:00 Reminiscence1:00 Lap Bingo1:30 Popcorn and a Movie6:30 Bible Study with Eugene
Latino Actors on TV
With the hit series “I Love Lucy,” Desi Arnaz blazed a trail for Latino actors on television. Tune in to this look back at some other leading men and women.
Year Actor TV Show Character
1951 Desi Arnaz “I Love Lucy” Ricky Ricardo
1971 Sonia Manzano “Sesame Street” Maria Figueroa-Rodriguez
1974 Freddie Prinze “Chico and the Man” Chico Rodriguez
1977 Erik Estrada “CHiPs” Frank Poncherello
1989 Mario Lopez “Saved by the Bell” A.C. Slater
1995 Benjamin Bratt “Law and Order” Rey Curtis
2002 George Lopez “George Lopez” George Lopez
2004 Eva Longoria “Desperate Housewives” Gabrielle Solis
2006 America Ferrera “Ugly Betty” Betty Suarez
2009 Sofia Vergara “Modern Family” Gloria Delgado-Pritchett
1902: Considered the first sci-fi movie, “A Trip to the Moon” is a sensation when it’s first shown in Paris. French filmmaker Georges Melies pioneered the genre with his 14-minute silent feature.
1919: The American Legion is established by Congress as a patriotic veterans organization.
1921: In Atlantic City, N.J., 16-year-old Margaret Gorman is crowned the first Miss America.
1930: Newspaper readers are introduced to the characters Blondie and Dagwood when the comic strip “Blondie” debuts.
1957: The Brooklyn Dodgers play their last game at Ebbets Field, and the New York Giants play for the last time at the Polo Grounds. Both MLB teams moved to California.
1964: “Fiddler on the Roof” opens on Broadway. The classic musical would go on to win nine Tony Awards.
1970: “Monday Night Football” premieres. The first game broadcast had the Cleveland Browns hosting the New York Jets.
1981: Sandra Day O’Connor becomes the first female U.S. Supreme Court justice.
1995: Dozens of music legends help celebrate the opening of the new Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
2009: After 57 years, the daytime soap opera “Guiding Light” airs its final episode. It was the longest-running TV drama in American history.
2016: Watch your step! A giant fossilized dinosaur footprint, believed to be 130 million years old, is discovered on a beach in Australia.