The Lincoln Hills Foundation now accepts online donations, it is easy and secure. Please visit our [DONATIONS]webpage for details.
Classes include training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), and the performance of the Heimlich maneuver for choking.
If you are interested, there are classes scheduled for: April 9, June 4, July 23, August 27 and October 23. The fees are: $10 for CPR/AED with certification and a manual, $10 for CPR/AED/First Aid without certification or manual, and $20.00 for CPR/AED/First Aid with certification and a manual. Classes are taught by a certified instructor. The cost is supplemented by the Foundation as a public service. CPR training usually costs $70.00 or more.
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2015 Lecture Series
Saturday, September 19th, 10:00AM, Kilaga Springs Presentation Hall
o Juliette T. Robertson, Esq., of Robertson Adams Law Firm “Best Practices for Charitable Giving in your Estate and Retirement Planning”
o David S. Buehler, CLPF, Certified Licensed Private Fiduciary, President of Adams & Associates Private Fiduciaries, Inc. “How a Licensed Private Fiduciary Can Assist You in Estate Planning”
o Keith G. Hentschel, Financial Adviser/Coach, with Smith -Mottini, presents: “5 Things to Know about Longevity Planning”
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Lincoln Hills Foundation Funds
New Seniors First Program
The Lincoln Hills Foundation became the largest regional sponsor of Seniors First pilot phase of “My Meals” program with a grant of $14,400. According to Foundation President Jerry Johnson, “this funding will be used for the sole purpose of covering the preparation and delivery of some 3,500 hot meals free to qualified senior residents of the Lincoln community.” Eligible recipients are 60 years or older and have incomes that meet the low income guidelines of the Area 7 Office on Aging. An additional focus of My Meals program is low income seniors returning home after hospitalization or convalescent care.
“Thank you so much for your continued support of Seniors First” said Executive Director Jamee Horning. “We are thrilled to partner with you on the My Meals program to enable seniors to have healthy meals delivered to their home, and we appreciate all you do for seniors in our community”.
Frima Stewart - LHF Grants Chairman, Jerry Johnson - LHF President, Jamee Horning - Seniors First Executive Director
Happy Winners at the May 20th
Lincoln Hills Foundation
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Orchard Creek Ballroom
Lunch Concession in Secret Garden starts at 11:30AM
Special Bingo Luncheon at Meridians
Bingo sheet sales start at 12:30PM
Games begin at 1:00PM