Sioux City Lions support Active Generations in donating to support the cost of our Inhanced Fitnes Program. Thank you Lion Club for your support. Members, join us for this evidence-based group falls prevention and physical activity program developed specifically for older adults. The exercises have been packaged into a formal regimen focusing on four key areas important to the health and fitness of mature participants: low impact cardiovascular; dynamic/static balance work, strength training and stretching. See you There!
Thanks to Sioux City SCHEELS for donating to Active Generations. SCHEELS believes that It takes everyone in the community working together to create a brighter future. That is why SCHEELS is committed to giving back. Thank you Scheel for partnering with the organizations who help bring services to this commumity. Thank you for supporting he senior of this community.
Members, join the "Lap Dawgs", and walk laps here at Active Generations. Do you know how far a lap is? Do you know how many step are in a lap? Do you know how many calories you burn by walking a lap? Come check out our "Walk this Way" program and find out about the health benefits
Ugly Sweaters? All quite beautiful! Still, there needs to be a winner...
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...thanks to our amazing volunteers who decorated the Center
We thank Center members Martha Milhan & Nancy Means (shown in photo) and Elaine McCuddin for their knitted and crocheted donations of hats, mittens, scarves, afghans and headbands. 153 items will be divided and donated to: Jackson Recovery, Radiant Life Church and The Warming Shelter.
We thank Center members for their generous donation of nonperishable food items. This collection will be shared with those in need in the tri state area.
Young at Heart Line Dancers celebrating Christmas and wishing instructor, Sally Kimball, a Happy Birthday! Sally turns (a very young) 90, December 26! We love you, Sally!
Great minds think alike! No, this isn't Black and Red Day at the Center-but they do look sharp!
Over 900 neighbors and community partners attended this event. A Thousand thanks go out to our sponsors...
OReilly Auto Parts
CarQuest Auto Parts
Advanced Auto Parts
Rocket Auto Wash
Elevate Community Church
Jolly Time Popcorn
AND.... Individuals who have volunteered time, treats, etc.
Firefighters joined us as we celebrated family
Baked goods, pumpkins, and prizes were won in this fun activity
Every year the Follies brings in the crowds for an afternoon of song, dance, laughter, and all around FUN! Check back often to see our progress on our new site, as well as highlights from this and other Active Generations events and happenings.
Join us on Facbook and stop by to see more!
Come share your talents and skills with others. Join Active Generations today. Don't miss a minute of the FUN!!!
Our Golf Fundraiser was a success! Many thanks to all those who helped and/or participated. The annual Siouxland Senior Golf Classic was held Monday, Aug. 14, at the Sioux City Country Club; 20 teams participated. 1st Place honors went to Accura Health Care (60), 2nd Place went to Knoepfler Chevrolet (61), 3rd Place went to Kruse Financial (61); this was decided by scorecard playoff. Flag prizes went to Jon Foulk (Longest Putt), Steve Bull (Longest Drive), while Denny Smith (Hole 6), Shane Sanders (Hole 13) and Ben Oberle (Hole 16) won Closest to Hole Prizes. Winner of the 50/50 Raffle was Toni Tschann. Unfortunately, no one had a Hole in One, which would qualify use of a car for a year, sponsored by Knoepfler Chevrolet. We thank the following businesses for sponsoring this event: Avery Brothers Sign Company, CNOS, Foulk Brothers Plumbing & Heating, Gill Hauling, Great West Casualty, King, Reinsch, Prosser & Co., L.L.P., Knoepfler Chevrolet, Mills- Shellhammer-Puetz and Associates, Premier Bankcard, and Security National Bank. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Thanks to the following hole sponsors: Avery Brothers Sign Co., Bentson Pest Control, Bob Roe’s Point After, Brookdale Sioux City, Budget Motors, Christy-Smith Funeral Homes, CNOS, Countryside Healthcare Center, Foulk Brothers Plumbing & Heating, Gill Hauling, Heritage at Northern Hills, Holy Spirit Retirement Home, Jensen Motors, Knoepfler Chevrolet, King, Reinsch, Prosser & Co., L.L.P., Liberty National Bank, Luken Memorials, Mills-Shellhammer-Puetz & Associates, Nic’s Fleet Service, Office Systems, Premier Bankcard, Record Printing, Ruehle Family Chiropractic, Rush Werks, Security National Bank, Siouxland Hearing Healthcare P.L.C., Siouxland PACE, Snow Doctors Lawn Care & Landscaping, Thompson Electric, Total Plumbing, Inc., Unity Point Health-St. Luke’s, Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services, and Vogt Lawn Care. Many businesses donated prizes and money for the tournament giveaways; we appreciate your support. Individuals who helped that day: Liz Blacknik, Lynn Doxstad, Judy Gibson, Jan Green, Cheryl Hansen, Tom Hildebrand, Janette Linden, Tim Jacobs, Carla Johnson, Sandy Kuntz, Kerry Ruehle and Toni Tschann. Special thanks to committee members: Rachel Byrne, Marc Christofferson, and Jeff Loffswold who were of great assist to Cheryl Hansen. Together, you made this tournament the successful event it was.
We held our first ever rummage and vendor fair in July. It turned out to be a great fundraiser and event. We even had a few special entrepreneurs show up to sell their wares.
Many local vendors showed up to showcase their products and services. Thanks to all who joined us and helped make the day a success.
Many goodies from pies to jam were offered at the bake sale. Once again, we could not realize success without the tireless support from our volunteers. You ROCK!