Beverly Weinger may be small but she’s mighty. Not only did she go back to school and become an accomplished sculptor in her seventies, but she also celebrated her recent 90th birthday by going skydiving. Wouldn’t you?
On Sept. 6, one of the last days of the recent record-breaking heat wave, no one expected a lot of seniors to show up on Friday afternoon at the Community House for the first Sages Senior Supper following the summer break.
It’s only fitting that Dan Kirby’s shirt says “Original” because even in his eighties he’s having many travel adventures which he loves to talk about with his fellow Sages.
But there came the stalwartsMichelle Acker, Dan Kirby and Rose Wiley, and moreto hail the end of summer, enjoy the fellowship and a sumptuous fare of fried chicken, potato salad, corn and zucchini baked with a cheese topping and a peach cobbler dessert made by Karen Dannenbaum.
Joseph Farfan helped Elizabeth Villaseńor—whose family always volunteers at the dinner—carry out trays of nice cool melon.
The other dedicated stalwarts who make it happenLisa Villasenor and her familyalways volunteer to run the kitchen and, along with Sages chair Michele Johnson, Tam Taylor, Gabrielle Lamirand and a number of other regular volunteers, they all made sure that the guests were well served and cared for.