Remembrance Day Service
Thursday, November 9
All are welcome to join us for a service of remembrance in rooms 142/147. Poppies will be available at Front Reception the first week of November.
62nd Anniversary Lunch
(licensed event with a cash bar)
Wednesday, November 15
Come and help us to celebrate 62 years of programs and services at The Good Companions.
12 pm Menu: Onion and Cheese Soup, Stuffed Chicken with Sun Dried Tomato, Mushrooms and Cheese, Roasted Potatoes, Savory Green Beans, Salted Caramel Brownie with Ice-Cream, Coffee and Tea.
1 pm Entertainment will be provided by singing sensation Ginette Hamilton. Ginette will be performing The Sentimental Journey Show.
Deadline for ticket purchase is November 10 by 3 pm.
Friday, November 24
Entertainment will be provided by “Side by Side” (Mary Frances Simpson, Bill Luxton and John McGovern).
Cake, ice-cream, coffee or tea will be served after the show. There is no charge to members celebrating birthdays; $4 for all others. Guest tickets are available at Front Reception on the day of the party.
Alan P. Sentance Educational Seminars. Seminars at The Good Companions are Free. Members and Non-members are welcome and encouraged to attend. Register in person or call Front Reception. Parking available.
Visit our website: www.thegoodcompanions.ca
The Good Companions – Seniors’ Centre
670 Albert St, Ottawa, ON, K1R 6L2
OC Transpo bus Routes: 8, 16, 41, 85, 86, 87, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99
Telephone Scams: Scammers More Clever Than Ever…But You Can Knock Them Out!
Presented by Stephanie Lemieux, from Ottawa Police Service
Thursday, November 16
Every day people are being taken advantage of over the phone professional scammers. Maybe you are familiar with the “Tax and Revenue Canada Scam”, “Romance Scam”, “Computer Virus Scam”, “Lottery Scam”, Charitable Organization Scam”, “ and “Immigration Canada Scam”, just to name a few. All done by a simple phone call. You might think you know how to protect against them all, but scammers are getting clever and more threatening. Have your heard about the “Can you hear me scam?” Please join Cst. Stephanie Lemieux, Centretown Community Police Officer for a presentation on telephone scams and learn how not to become the next victim.
Alan P. Sentance Educational Seminars
Health Care Navigation – How and When to Initiate Home Health Services
Presented by Joanne Dix
Tuesday, November 21
10:30am – 11:30am
This educational seminar is geared for the individual looking for information on care options. The presentation outlines public and private services, when is time to ask for support, etc. Participants will leave knowing the difference between retirement residences and long term care, what is CCAC, what is community care and what is private home care and how each option can help.
This is a FREE seminar. Members and non-members are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please Register at Front Reception.