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CLC Highlights 
Ten Years Old & Ready to Party 
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Our Annual Event is less than one month away!  
Thursday, September 20
6:00-8:30 pm
Cocktail Buffet
Sir Fra ncis Drake Hotel
450 Powell Street, San Francisco

Join us for a wonderful evening with friends and colleagues, plus take a look at our first ten years and learn what's next. 

The evening will include a cocktail buffet, entertainment, special photo opportunities, raffle and more. We are especially pleased to honor  Ashley C. McCumber  with the Norma Satten Community  Service Innovation Award.  

Sponsorship and ticket information available here. To be listed as a sponsor with an ad or greeting in the program book,  please RSVP by September 9For more information, please contact us at 415-821-1003, ext. 113 or  
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SF Senior Beat Has A  New  Website! 
We just launched the 'Senior Beat' with  a desire to better reflect the lives of older adults in general, and San Francisco specifically.

Now, the Senior Beat has its own website,

Right now, we have three reporters writing neighborhood news, senior profiles, general interest pieces, and columns. 

Opportunities Coming Your Way - Job, Jobs, Jobs!
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Our SF ReServe program matches older adults 60+ and adults with disabilities 18+ with meaningful part time work in the nonprofit sector. We have 3 positions open:
  • Activities Coordinator (10 hrs/week
  • Partnership Development Associate (20 hrs/week)
  • Digital Literacy Instructor (10 hours/week)
As we approach Labor Day, you might find this article from the Atlantic about the Paradox of Older Workers of interest. 
Connect with Tech 
Gain New Computer Skills and Get Your 'Digital Passport'
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You can get your Digital Passport and start the journey at our computer lab at 1663 Mission Street, Suite 525.  The lab is staffed Monday thru Thursday from 10:00 to 4:00. Come by to learn new skills, get help, and hang out! Start on your Digital Passport, use one of our touch-screen PCs, get general help on your  smart phone, tablet, laptops, or scan and save photos letters and documents.  Are you a Mac user?
Come to our special Meetup group on Thursdays from Noon to 2:00

Download a full schedule here . Or just search our online calendar. We are  seeking volunteers  to help keep the lab open for additional hours and days. For more information, please contact .
Preserving Memories All Over the City  
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At our Preserving Memories events, participants bring photos and learn how to scan them, save, and share with friends and family. Join Molly at our next event on September 14, 10:00 to 1:00 at IT Bookman Senior Center, 446 Randolph Street.  Want to schedule your own scanning event? Make a date by emailing

Need a Computer Lab for Trainings with Staff
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or Volunteers? 
We Can Help! 
The CLC Office now offers our computer lab as a friendly place for partner organizations to do staff, volunteer, or participant workshops and other hands-on training. We have currently set-aside Fridays, but other days may be possible.  If you are interested, contact
Upcoming CLC Events 
Building Community Connections
Our Community Connector programs build networks of neighbors and friends by supporting volunteers in coordinating a range of local activities and outreach for seniors and people with disabilities
Cayuga Community Connectors
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We c ongratulate graduates  of the 6-hour
Seismic Training Workshop hosted by Self-Help for the Elderly (pictured here). Check out Cayuga's calendar for upcoming events including Fred Martin discussing his book about Abraham Lincoln, Boomer events, a housing workshop, and much more 
at 2525 Alemany and other local sites .  
Learn more about Miraloma Community Connectors in this recent SF Senior Beat story, featuring Hilde Rolfes, pictured right with her son Andy.   View Miraloma's calendar for the times of Always Active Exercise Classes, Emergency Preparedness , and more at Cornerstone Trinity Church Hall, 480 Teresita Blvd. September 13th at 11am will include a special workshop,  Why Bother Making Friends? Let's talk about the importance of relationships in our lives!
Facilitators: Melanie Grossman, PhD, LCSW & Juliet Rothman, PhD

They always said the Miraloma 
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neighborhood had pull, and now we
know why! They stay strong with their Always Active clas s, pictured here. View Merced Extension's calendar for the  Always A ctive Senior Exercise Class, coffee hour, and more. Neighbors gather twice a week at 201 Head St. 

A Simply Idea with a Profound Affect - Try It! 
Once a month, Judy Tom makes a big batch of soup and invites her neighbors to bring an empty bowl, something to share, and join in a healthy meal and conversation. Ann Williams, St. Francis Square CLC member pictured here, looks ready to enjoy this healthy and hearty meal. Judy was recognized at CLC's Good Neighbor Event in the spring. Any good cooks reading this? Think about starting a monthly "bring your own bowl" event in your community. Learn more about our "Good Neighbors" on our Facebook page.

Honoring Those Who "Walk the Walk" 
community leaders with the Mayor
Mayor Breed took time from her busy schedule to join a celebration  co-sponsored by Having Pride UNITI and the Dr. Davis Senior Center in honor of Oscar and Pat James, whose life long contributions to others were applauded by all. There was also a mini-celebration to say Happy Birthday to Beverly Taylor. 

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Having Pride UNITI members deliver groceries from Dr. 
Davis Center to over 100 neighbors each week, and Beverly calls to check in with elders to remind them the deliveries are coming and check on their well-being. This collaboration is part of CLC's Food Delivery Network Program.  
Dignity Fund Coalition Update
Together with the Dignity Fund Coalition, we're working to be sure that the new dollars in the Dignity Fund begin to roll out as fast and effectively as possible. We're also working to get a meeting with Mayor Breed to discuss how the Fund can support equity, choice, independence, and dignity.
The Service Providers Group continues, with the next meeting set for September 12, 2:30 to 5:00.  More information at the  City's Dignity Fund website.
The Dignity Fund Coalition's next meeting is set for September 26, 2:30pm to 4:30pm at the CLC Office, 1663 Mission Street Suite 525.  
You can keep up-to-date by signing up for emails from the Dignity Fund Coalition website
More Upcoming Events 
Philanthropy in the Field  of Aging
Thursday, September 6, 2018, 6:00pm to 8:00pm  at  Google Community Space,  188, The Embarcadero, San Francisco ( Fully Accessible)
This forum will explore the potential role and impact  of private funders in cultivating innovative programs, thinking, and solutions that support  the diverse Bay Area population in growing old with dignity. 

RSVP on Eventbrite or call (510)771-0116. Suggested donation is $15, but no one turned away.  Refreshments will be served! This forum will be recorded. Sponsored by At Home With Growing Older . Download flyer here

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8th Annual Legacy Film Festival on Aging 
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From the short film "Childless"
This annual festival featuring films from around the world portrays the challenges, triumphs, and the adventures of later life. 
The 2018 festival runs September 14-18 at the  New People Cinema, 1746 Post Street in Japantown. You can see each day's offerings and buy advance tickets at 
Be entertained, educated, and inspired. 

full power street and pedestrian safety for adults
Independent Living Resource Center,in partners hip with the ARC and KidPower, will host a workshop focused on pedestrian safety skills on Monday, September 17, 10:30am-12:30pm at ILRCSF, 825 Howard Street. The workshop  will  focus on practical skills to help you stay safe.  For more info and to enroll, contact, (415) 543-6222 or, (415) 255-7200. They would appreciate RSVP's by Tuesday, September 4 if possible. Flyer attached.

Look for CLC at These Events
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Rebuild My Block - September 15, 8:30am to 4:00pm 
Rebuilding Together is bringing together volunteers to help improve a several block area in the Bayview. 

Pier to Pier Run - September 15, 9:00am to 12:00pm at 890 Beach Street. Enjoy a morning of exercise and outdoor fun at scenic Aquatic Park. Breakfast, snacks, and free registration at 9:00 a.m.; resource tables and easy and accessible walk starting at 10:00. Learn more here.

About the Community Living Campaign

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The Community Living Campaign (CLC) works to bring community, joy,  learning, and health to seniors and people with disabilities in San Francisco.  We seek to empower older people and adults with disabilities to come together, organize, and use their many skills and interests to reduce isolation and end economic and other barriers to aging in their own homes and neighborhoods. Learn more.