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This site provides information for seniors, their families, and other senior advocates about local resources that support senior living and opportunities for community involvement across the ages.

We have monthly meetings that are free and open to the public. In addition, we send out monthly newsletters and invitations to upcoming meetings. If you would like to receive these, please subscribe by clicking  here .

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We meet every third Thursday of the month at the Bell Trace Commons Area, 800 Bell Trace Circle, Bloomington, IN

11:30 Lunch (compliments of Bell Trace)

12:00 Welcome, Guest Presentation, Announcements

1:00 Meeting Adjourned

Our next meeting in June:

Date: Thursday, June 18th 

Topic: Overview of Area 10 Services & Resources

Presenters: Kerry Conway, Director of Area 10 Council on Aging


Broadcasts of AAC Meetings

Sometimes our meetings are recorded by Bloomington's Community Access Television. It usually takes about two weeks to edit and post these broadcasts on their Library Channel. If a
presentation has been recorded, it will be noted at the bottom of the presentation summary. Please
check their schedule for days and times of broadcasts.


2015 May's Presentation Summary


 

Blue Butterfly Woman was the highlight of our May Active Aging Coalition meeting. In accordance with the Creative Aging Festival's focus on seniors who have reinvented themselves in creative ways, Blue served as an example of a person who embraces change and growth and who has an appreciation for the precious gift of aging. 

Blue, in full Indian regalia, had wonderful stories to tell about her transformational encounter with the Indian guide, Joseph Many Horses Davis, of the Peoples Tribe in Chicago whose teacher was a Ute Elder. Through this encounter, she gained the courage to change the course of her life and her name.

Blue used storytelling and song as a way to nurture and heal herself, as well as all who attended. We enjoyed singing songs together. She is brave and young at heart. She encourages faith and discourages fear. She believes in embracing life and in the healing wonders of nature that surround us.

In her very calm and peaceful manner, Blue injected a warm and smiling light in all who attended. After all is said and done, she says, the meaning and purpose of life is to love one another.                             

Attendance:  52

This presentation was not recorded by BCATs. They were not available to attend.
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