Programming Hours​​ 
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Mon. - Fri.​

Phone: 309-888-9099

​​​​​Building Hours

6:30 AM - 7:00 PM, Mon. - Thurs. 

​6:30 AM - 4:00 PM, Fri.

8:00 AM - Noon, Sat.

Program Highlights October

Retirement Income Planning with McBeath Financial, October 25th, 10:30 - 11:30 AM: You will learn how to plan for when your retirement will start, how long it will last, and the retirement lifestyle you want, steps to estimate the amount of money you'll need in retirement to meet your goals, factoring in health-care costs, taxes, and inflation, how to supplement fixed income sources such as Social Security and an employer pension with your retirement savings, including the products and investment strategies you should consider, a sustainable withdrawal rate, and the best order to tap various accounts.  

Free Sign-Up Visit: www.myafea.org/chapterevent/4470  Call: 309-807-9704.

How Does Your Medicare Drug Plan Really Work?, Oct. 25th, 2:00-3:30 PM: Are there steps you can take to lower your prescription drug cost? Does your drug cost vary greatly in the same year, or is the cost fluctuating from year to year and not making sense? This presentation on October 25th from 2:00 - 3:30 PM will answer these questions and offer pointers to help you determine if you could benefit from a review and compare of plans this fall. Insight will be offered on what to look for to lower drug costs, explanations of the donut hole and other levels, and the annual cost adjustments for 2018 will be provided. This is Part D drug plan basic information in a group setting, not counseling assistance with specific drug plan selections for individuals. Call ARC to sign up!

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To view a list of our programs in calendar format, see our Activities Calendar, Exercise Calendar, Peace Meal Calendar, and Pickleball Schedule pages.

SERVICES FOR SENIORS

FIND THE PROGRAMs that are just RIGHT FOR YOU!

Lunch & Learn: Planning for the Unexpected, Oct. 17th, 12:00-1:30 PM: Major life changes can cause chaos.  Divorce, death, disability, hardship and job loss are just some examples of why you should plan for the unexpected.  You will learn effective money management, how to best protect yourself and family from risk, how to make your money last, how to hire professional help, basics of estate planning and how to organize your records.  Lunch provided at no cost.  RSVP by calling 309-888-9099.


Android Basics, Oct 20th, 1:00-2:30 PM:
 Want to really learn and be confident on how to use your Android Smart Phone? We are offering 2 workshops this Fall on the "Basics" and "Mastering" your Smart Phone. Join us in the Conference Room for the "Basics of your Android Smart Phone" on October 20 or 27, from 1:00 - 2:30 PM and learn: How to organize your "Home Screen" to make it less confusing, How to increase your Font size for texting, The importance of keeping your phone charged and sanitized, How to save money by using the ARC WiFi , How to set-up "Speeding Dialing" to call your loved ones quickly, How to check Voice Mail, How to send a Text, plus add a photo, And more! Bring your Smart Phone to this workshop so you can make these phone adjustments!
Fee: $10 class size limited to 15 people per session. Helpful to those withSamsung, Motorola, LG, Acer, HTC, Casio, Sony phone and more. This class is not for iPhone users
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Please Note: You still have the option to sign up for the Irish Splendor Trip with Collette Vacation.  Contact our Director of Programming, Molly Camper for more information.