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President - Robert (Bob) Quigley        713-907-9475 


Open Invitation for Membership:  


Membership in the Marble Falls Senior Activity Center is open to anyone 50 years or older. There is a one-time initiation fee of $10.00 and monthly dues are $8.00 a month, $25.00 a quarter or $75.00 annually for a single member. We need to increase membership. Please encourage fellow seniors to consider joining the Center.  


The Monthly Board Meeting will be at 10:00 am on Monday, March 20th. The meeting is open to anyone interested in attending. 

If you have a Name, Address, Telephone Number or Email Address Change:  

Please notify the office of any changes to your membership information so that records in the office are updated and accurate. It is especially important that the office also has an emergency contact for you. PLEASE NOTE: We would like to have the email addresses of all members (if available). We need to know if you can receive text messages. You may give those to us anytime you are in the Center.    

Upcoming Events 

Darlene & Ken Nelson of Darlene and the Boys will be performing at the center on March 24 at 12:30 pm 


42 Torunament – Saturday March 4th.   Open to the Public and Free 


Canasta Tournament – Saturday Marcy 18th.   Open to the Public and Free 



Potluck Lunch – Every Friday  


Prayer List 

Loreta Stubblefield – Helen DeLancey– Jake Sealy – Jeanne Poole – Artie Allen – Carl DeLine – Carol Platt 



Jim Coulter            3/3 

Bette Quinn-Cox    3/5 

Virginia Ray           3/5 

Faith George          3/11 

Billy Ivy                  3/16 

Barbara Hahn         3/31 


Weekly Games 

Monday        Brown Bag Lunch 11:30am to 12:00 pm    

                      Bingo 12:00 – 12:30 pm  

                      Games 12:30 pm to 3:00pm 


Tuesday       Bridge 12:00 to 4:00 pm      

                      Contact: Mary Gale Sharp at 512-346-8634 if you would like to play Bridge 


Wednesday Brown Bag Lunch 11:30am to 12pm  

                      Games 12:00 pm to 3:00pm (teaching games for anyone interested) 


Thursday      Brown Bag Lunch 11:30am to 12pm  

                      Games 12:00 pm to 3:00pm 


Friday          Potluck (see calendar for Theme) from 12 noon to 12:30 pm  

                     Programs (see calendar) 12:30 to 1:00 pm 

                     Games 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm 


Winner of Tournaments 

Congratulations to Janelle Boatright and Dena Burroughs winners of our Canasta Tournament on January 28th  


Bingo Sponsors 

Thank you to Betty McGuffey with Granite Mesa, Janet Brown with Brixton of Horseshoe Bay,  

Traci Reeves with Magnolia Hospice and Atkins Pharmacy for sponsoring our Monday Bingo Games. 



Donation Needs 


New set of pots and pans for the kitchen area. 




MobilHelp – Medical Alert System 

Customer Service   1-877-827-6207 



The Brain of an Elderly Person 


The director of the George Washington University College of Medicine argues that the brain of an elderly person is much more plastic than is commonly believed.  At this age, the interaction of the right and left hemispheres of the brain become harmonious, which expands our creative possibilities. That is why among people over 60 you can find many personalities who have just started their creative activities. 


Of course, the brain is no longer as fast as it was in youth. However, it wins in flexibility. That is why, with age, we are more likely to make the right decisions and are less exposed to negative emotions. The peak of human intellectual activity occurs at about 70 years old, when the brain begins to work at full strength. 


Over time, the amount of myelin in the brain increases, a substance that facilities the rapid passage of signals between neurons. Due to this, intellectual abilities have increased by 300% compared to the average. 


And the peak of active production of this substance falls on 60-80 years of age. Also interesting is the fact that after 60 years, a person can use 2 hemispheres at the same time. This allows you to solve much more complex problems. 


Professor Monchi Uri from the University of Montreal believes that the brain of an elderly person chooses the least energy-intensive path, cutting unnecessary and leaving only the right options for solving the problem. A study was conducted in which different age groups took part. Young people were confused a lot when passing the tests, while those over 60 made the right decisions. 
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