Daly City
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November 18, 2020
Mark your calendars! Episode 2 of SLICED is coming!

In Episode 2 of SLICED, Daly City Recreation Services' chefs from Episode 1 return to the kitchen with a twist! Each will be participating in an appetizer, entree, and dessert round — all of which contain “secret ingredients” that must be incorporated in their dishes.

Who do you think will be crowned SLICED Champion? Reigning champion and Doelger Cafe Chef Opal Fuller or culinary wizards Brian Flowers, Angelo Ignacio or David Zetzer? Join us on Wednesday, November 25th at 7:00PM to find out!


Human Investment Project Housing
(HIP Housing)
Kate Comfort Harr : Executive Director

HIP Housing has been a faithful partner of the City of Daly City for several years. Each year, HIP Housing helps 1,400 people find housing or keep their homes through the Home Sharing and Self Sufficiency Programs as well as through the housing units they own and manage. “We’ve been honing our models since 1972 and…have integrated our programs like no other to ensure that everyone who walks through our door has the greatest possibility of finding housing they can afford,” says Kate Comfort Harr.

HIP Housing is a non-profit organization based in San Mateo, CA that specializes in affordable and creative housing solutions in San Mateo County. HIP Housing's Home Sharing Program can make renting a room in your home or finding a tenant for your second unit a safe and comfortable process. The program is a free service to help homeowners or renters with extra space or a second unit find a housemate who lives, works, or attends school in San Mateo County. Home Sharing coordinators interview and screen applicants, conduct background searches, develop a “Living Together Agreement,” and provide on-going follow-up support.
People home share for a variety of reasons including to share housing costs, earn extra income, get help at home, for companionship, and to help out their neighbors. Home sharing makes more efficient use of existing housing stock and benefits our whole community. Your spare room can change a life, rent it with HIP Housing! 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit hiphousing.org/programs/home-sharing-program/ or call (650) 999 6450.
Daly City Active Adult/Senior Services
the Supporters of Doelger Senior Center, Inc.
Celebrating 40 Years of Community
1980 - 2020
This month, thanks to the leadership and enduring passion of our esteemed committee of Doelger Senior Center retirees, we begin our "virtual" celebration of 40 years of Active Adult/Senior Services in Daly City!

Stayed tuned to these updates and to our website and social media as we walk down memory lane over the next twelve months honoring the people, places, programs, parties and pure joy of 40 years of community.

Just in time to inspire your holiday feasts, we'll jump start our anniversary journey with The Cafe Doleger Cookbook, First Edition, December, 1982. Bon appétit!
[In Alphabetical Order] Sue Horst (Committee Chair), Richard Baugh, Fely Bernaldez, Patrick Bernaldez, Kathy Everly, Lenetta Gray, Mila Mendoza, Connie Ospina, Karen Phillips, Donna Pineda, Sandra Solis-Johnson, M. Angela Waters
First Edition December, 1982
Compiled and Written by Volunteers of the Doelger Senior Center
Illustrated by: Sue Horst
Editor: Hildagarde Leishman
Co-Editors: Anne Wetteroth, Sue Horst
Chief Typist: Eleanor Urness
Assistant Typists: Micki Cline, Gloria O'Leary
Technical Aide: Belle Thompson
"Let's Talk" (formerly "Stages") is a wonderful online discussion group just for seniors. All seniors (55+) are welcome! Join us on Zoom using the following instructions.

To join us on Zoom using a Computer, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android or smartphone device with your camera and speak volume on
  1. Click on the following link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86096576329?pwd=RnZGaHhnY2FEWTZkdk82c0lYOVJRdz09. (You can also copy and paste this link into your Internet browser, e.g. Explorer, Google, Safari, Edge). 
  2. At the prompt, enter the following Zoom Meeting ID: 860 9657 6329 
  3. At the prompt, enter the following Zoom meeting Passcode: Stages 
This option enables you to see, hear, and be seen and heard by everyone in the meeting. Click here if you would like to watch a short video by AARP on how to use ZOOM. You can watch the entire video or simply start at the 1:10 mark for advice on the easiest way to join our group discussion.  The video will show you how to make sure we can hear you and, if your device has a camera, to see you.  
To join a Zoom meeting using only a traditional/landline telephone or cell phone
  1. On a telephone, dial (669) 900-6833. 
  2. At the prompt, enter the Zoom Meeting ID provided by the facilitator of the meeting and press #. The Meeting ID is:  860 9657 6329.  If the meeting has not started, you will be prompted to stay on the line until the meeting begins. 
  3. If prompted for a Zoom Meeting Passcode, enter: Stages
  4. To disconnect from the meeting, hang up the phone. 
This option works like a teleconference. You will be able to talk and hear everyone in the meeting. 
This Thanksgiving will be unlike any other for almost every American in that we need to take care of each other by keeping physically apart from one another. Are you wondering what to do this year on Thanksgiving Day? Well, we hope you will join your friends from the Doelger Senior Center, Lincoln Park Community Center, War Memorial Community Center and beyond for a friendly, festive and fun "virtual" Thanksgiving visit at 1:00 pm on Thursday, November 26.

Stay tuned from more details
on this "virtual" holiday gathering
for seniors, their friends, families and caregivers!

We are grateful
for you!

Medicare Open Enrollment
October 15, 2020 - December 7, 2020
The HICAP program provides free-unbiased information about Medicare and how to supplement it. HICAP counselors do not recommend or endorse any insurance product or company.

Are you confused about Medicare and need help navigating your health insurance benefits and don’t know where to begin? Call HICAP to schedule an appointment with a counselor who is registered with California Department of Aging to provide free and unbiased insurance information to you.
On Veterans Day, November 11, Daly City Police, Fire and Recreation Services participated in a "Drive-by Salute to Daly City Veterans." Recreation Services staff would like to thank our veterans and the following individuals for making the day truly special. (Click on the photo above to see video captured by Rosie Tejada honoring her father, veteran David Tejada.)

Mayor Glenn Sylvester
City Manager Shawnna Maltbie
Assistant City Manager Stephen Stolte
Recreation Manager Denise Brown

Daly City Police Department
Police Chief Patrick Hensley
Captain John Gamez
Lieutenant Ron Mussman
Sergeant Ignacio Reyes
Officer Jay Mulitauopele
Officer Greg Grogan
Officer Ian Maddison

North County Fire Authority
Chief Ron Myers
Deputy Chief Todd Johnson
Captain Riessen
Engineer Galvis
Firefighter James
Captain O'Brien
Engineer Scoles
Engineer Zaccaro
Firefighter Holmes

Skip Weiss, Jr. of VFW Post 8750
Al Hale of American Legion Post 238
Mayble Jiang with the Veterans Administration
Daly City Library & Recreation Services
Active Adult & Senior Services
Ann Cooney
650 991-8012