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50 F YI PLUS Central Florida Lifestyle & Fall-Winter 2017-2018 Resource Guide 50 Plus Lifestyle Profile Gloria Yousha 50 Plus FYI Network Orange County Commission on Aging Seminole County Triad Senior Resource Alliance Present Visit for Exhibitors & Activities Hosted by The City of Winter Park October 21 2017--Saturday 9 30 a.m. to 2 30 p.m. Winter Park Community Center 721 W. New England Avenue Winter Park 32789 s dar n ale c our y ar k M I I I I Speak with the EXPERTS Agencies Health care professionals Area service & resource providers Professionals who provide valuable products and services for the active 50 lifestyle FREE Amaze Yourself... Handwriting Analysis FREE Spring Summer 2014 2 FREE Admission Free Parking The Company Players Meet Jazz Legend Miss Jacqueline Jones Fred P. Hodes on Classical Guitar 2 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 Food Trucks Door Prizes FREE Variety Show Fall-Winter 2017-2018 3 Hi to All You 50 PLUSers We survived the long hot summer only to be slammed with a visit from Ms. Irma No one was left unscathed by our infamous Mother Nature. She made most of us realize that it truly could have been worse reminding us to count our blessings Our 50 Plus Profile cover story for this issue is Gloria Yousha. Gloria is a recording artist columnist for the Heritage a song writer and a Winter Park resident. Read about her adventures and many accomplishments in the world of music and as a member of the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra. Her story starts on page 6. Fall-Winter 2017-2018 50 Plus FYI Lifestyle & Resource Guide Produced by 50 Plus FYI Resource Network--a Florida 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving the resource inform-ation needs of the 50 community of Central Florida (both professional and lay populations.) We are 100% self-funded receiving no monies from any organization or agency. Publisher Linda Cavanaugh Executive Director 50 Plus FYI Resource Network Editorial Contributors Inv. Barbara Fore Investigator Retired Elder Crimes and Services Seminole County Sheriff s Office Miss Jacqueline Jones Singer Dancer Actress and Our Entertainment Muse 50 Plus Lifestyle Profile Author Adeline Davis Cover Story Photography Jim Peters Resource Liaisons Lynn Marie Hurtado LynnMarie Mary Kettler Mary IT Advisor Karen Stein-Ferguson BS MBA JD 50 Plus FYI Resource Network 220 Freeman Street Longwood FL 32750 ReachUs You re invited to join us for our Fall 50 Plus FYI Resource EXPO hosted by the City of Winter Park on Saturday October 21 2017. Details are at our website and on the back cover. Come and have some fun. This EXPO is a great place to find information about resources to help maximize your 50 plus lifestyle. There s FREE admission and parking Meet area experts--service providers agencies health care representatives and other professionals who provide valuable products services and assistance to our 50 community here in Central Florida. Don t miss the free handwriting analysis Broadway quality entertainment door prizes and food truck brunch. We are launching 50 Plus Orlando Has Talent See page 10 and our website for more details. See you at the 50 Plus FYI EXPO. Linda Linda Cavanaugh Executive Director 50 Plus FYI Resource Network Publisher 50 Plus FYI Lifestyle & Resource Guide is printed by Checkmate Publications Inc. exclusively for the 50 Plus FYI Resource Network. No part of this publication may be reproduced without publisher s written permission. Publisher reserves the right to edit submitted materials and refuse advertising. The publisher assumes no reponsibility for errors or misprints in copy or in any customer approved advertising copy. Publisher is not liable for statements made by advertisers or writers. All information and advertising is published as a service for our readers and inclusion does not constitute endorsement by publisher or staff. 2017 407-265-0534 Mailed from Non Profit Mail Permit 504 Senior Resource Alliance 988 Woodcock Rd Suite 200 Orlando FL 32803 4 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 TABLE For someone who was not supposed to be a singer Gloria s voice was never silent. CONTENTS OF Gloria Yousha COVER STORY 6 10 Do You Have Talent You Want to Showcase Introducing 50 Plus Orlando Has Talent 12 FYI Legislative Update -- There Ought to Be a Law Effectively Communicate with Your Legislators 11 FYI Hospice & Palliative Care Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care 50 Plus Lifestyle Profile Gloria Yousha Former singer with the Jimmy Dorsey Band . . 17 J. J. s Spotlight Miss Jacqueline Jones 18 FYI Scam Alert Trial Scam Offers 16 FYI HealthWise Does Your Heart Stop When You Sneeze Check the FLIP side . . . Little Black Book of Resources. Resources listed in the Little Black Book section of this magazine includes the most frequently contacted sources for products and services (government nonprofit and for profit) from our database created for our Central Florida first responders. The complete database can be accessed in Little Black Book of Resources at Fall-Winter 2017-2018 5 Gloria with Adeline 50 Plus Lifestyle Profile by Adeline Davis Gloria Yousha remember a lot of things but I remember that. I remember us falling in love. They got married on August 3 1960 one year after they met. Their three sons David Steven and Ron soon followed. Gloria focused her energy on raising the boys and supporting Irving s career as an engineer in Aerospace and Defense. Despite this Gloria was never far from the limelight. Irving s work on Apollo 12 meant that Gloria was invited to the launching and was seated next to President Nixon. While Irving s career took people to the moon Gloria s singing would soon send people over the moon. Her journey back to the spotlight began when Irving told her she had a better voice than a famous jazz singer of the time. She started performing in her synagogue and for a year and a half became the leader of her trio at Montezinos Restaurant in Orlando. Her seven-month tour with the Dale Burke band opened another door. One of the band members became the leader of the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra and by 1990 Gloria was headlining as their lead vocalist. She and the orchestra gave over 30 performances across the United States and Canada. My success was all about being in the right place at the right time says Gloria she no longer belonged in the audience. The next time she saw a president she was performing for him. Gloria s show at the Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts was held for Bill and Hilary Clinton. This moment along with shows held at Yosemite National Park the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City and in Calgary Stampede are just a few of Gloria s favorite memories. When she was not touring with the Dorsey Fall-Winter 2017-2018 Gloria Yousha was not supposed to be a singer. Her older sister Barbara was the one who had a voice like an angel. When Gloria performed in a production of Guys and Dolls she only sang in the chorus. Little did she know her voice was also destined for the bright lights of center stage. Gloria s childhood was one of the things that fueled her voice whether through music or written works. Gloria was born in Brooklyn New York where her family was dependent on welfare. They moved into a public housing complex called the Red Hook Projects just before the start of World War II. I was five years old and got beat up for being Jewish says Gloria. I decided to become a Catholic. I learned my Hail Mary s and I wasn t beaten up anymore. It was very traumatic. This tumultuous experience ultimately helped Gloria embrace her Jewish religion. Gloria pursued writing by taking courses in journalism at Brooklyn College. Her powerful writing voice has graced the pages of the Heritage a Florida Jewish newspaper. Once a week for the last 38 years Gloria s column Scene Around covers anti-Semitism sheds light on members of the community and always ends with a joke. She is also a proud member of the American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers. Life in New York City was not all traumatic. Gloria met her husband Irving Yousha there. He had just come back from serving in Korea. Their love story began when Gloria finally agreed to let him walk her home. He said he lived right near me when he really had to take two trolleys and a bus just to take me home says Gloria. I don t 7 Orchestra Gloria took over as the bandleader and singer for the Citrus Club in downtown Orlando. The Citrus Club acted as her inspiration for her 1996 CD Dreamer on the 18th Floor as well as being the place where she met her agent Roberto Dratcu. Their meeting launched her solo career. She worked at the Citrus Club for seven years performed in Jazz Society concerts and released her second CD SugarLoaf in 2000. This CD showcased both her written and singing voice. Gloria co-wrote three songs that were recorded on the CD Bright Night Longing and SugarLoaf. The CD was inspired by her time touring in Brazil and Rio de Janeiro s Sugarloaf Mountain. She also broke barriers in the industry by incorporating Brazilian beats into her jazz sound. SugarLoaf was recorded in Sao Paulo Brazil and completed in the U.S. This stylistic choice helped introduce Americans to a new kind of music. It s hard to imagine anything more infectious than a Brazilian Beat--unless it s a Brazilian beat alongside Gloria Yousha s vocals said entertainment critic Dean Johnson. SugarLoaf was only the beginning of Gloria s influence on the entertainment world. She met with pianist Dick Hyman performed with Eddie Fisher and reintroduced audiences to the works of Gershwin and Cole Porter by singing their compositions. In 2001 the Central Florida Jazz Society awarded her the title Grand Diva of Jazz. This title was also recognized in Brazil as Grand Cantora de Jazz. Brazil saw me as a major entertainer says Gloria. I made the newspapers and the television. I was treated royally. Gloria s other CDs were Kissin Cuzins and Just Breezin recorded at Full Sail. She came out with her last CD I Have Dreamed in 2004. I Have Dreamed was also recorded in Brazil. Her fast paced singing career only allowed her to see Irving twice a year but the distance made their relationship stronger. We loved each other says Gloria. I went there he came here and we got along beautifully. Gloria and Irving were married for 55 years until his death on August 20 2015. Irving had been in and out of 8 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 Gloria with Grand Diva of Jazz Award the hospital for two weeks before he died unexpectedly. I was mad at him for leaving me says Gloria. It just didn t hit me. I haven t really grieved...except when I hear music. Gloria performed locally barely two months after Irving s passing but found it hard to sing the last song. The audience was very kind and the musicians kept playing even when she started to cry. Since then she has only performed for her grief group at Aloma Methodist Church. Most of the songs remind her too much of Irving especially the ballads. However Gloria plans to reappear on stage starting this fall. Her family helps keep Irving s memory alive. David followed in Irving s footsteps by going into the military. He is a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy Reserve. Steven is a psychologist. Ron a Navy veteran works in the Experiential Marketing industry as a tour manager and product specialist for many high profile clients. Gloria and Irving s sevenyear-old dog Chloe also reminds her of him. Even after two years Chloe refuses to sleep on Irving s side of the bed. Gloria says Chloe is one of Gloria with Chloe her reasons for living. Her grandchildren Lauren (18) and Zachary (14) are her other reasons to smile. Both take after her in their interest and talent for music. Gloria s home is filled with reminders of her singing career. The walls display pictures of her with fellow entertainers and over 29 bedazzled gowns hang in her closet. Even though she has not worn the gowns in a while her sparkling nail polish and red lipstick serve as tributes to her unbreakable spirit a spirit that enabled her to embrace her religion tackle a career after raising three sons and make a lasting impression on jazz. For someone who was not supposed to be a singer Gloria s voice was never silent. Adeline Davis is a junior at The University of Tampa. An honor student she continues to pursue a major in English. She has over seven years of experience working as a staff writer editor for school newspapers and has written for the 50 Plus Lifestyle Resoruce Guide for over a year. Authors Diana Gabaldon Madeleine L Engle J.K. Rowling and Robin Pilcher are some of her inspirations. I Fall-Winter 2017-2018 9 Do you have a talent you want to showcase Enter . . . 50 Plus Orlando Has Talent Prizes Area Events Grand Finale Check out the details 10 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 FYI Cornerstone Hospice was started by a group of volunteers who saw a need for hospice services. One dedicated nurse with a vision and passion for patients care their dignity choices and peace started caring for three patients one at a time. The organization today serves patients in seven counties including Lake Sumter Polk Highlands Hardee Osceola and Orange Counties. Cornerstone Hospice is a local community based not-for-profit hospice licensed since 1984. of Cornerstone Hospice and provide invaluable services to patients families and staff. Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care caring for their loved ones. Bereavement services and grief support are available to family members for up to one year after the death of a patient. There are rewarding volunteer opportunities for the community to become involved with Cornerstone Hospice. Volunteers contribute their time energy and love to the mission The best time to learn about hospice is before someone in your family is facing a crisis. With so many questions Cornerstone Hospice offers answers. Contact 866-742-6655 or I Cornerstone Hospice involves the family and offers professional support and training in Our care is provided within the familiar setting of wherever the patient lives and calls home one s own home assisted living facility nursing home independent care facility Hospice house or inpatient unit. When you or a loved one is diagnosed with a life-limiting illness every moment matters especially the moments spent with family friends and enjoying your favorite activities. At Cornerstone Hospice our pain management and palliative care experts help to make the most of life s precious moments. Through Hospice care patients maintain dignity self-respect and personal control over their lives. Fall-Winter 2017-2018 11 Legislative Update There Ought to Be a Law Effectively Communicate with Your Legislators As a Floridian one of your greatest responsibilities is to help elect the legislators who represent you and the state s more than 14 million other residents. But your role in the democratic process of government does not end at the polls. By sharing your opinions and ideas with your Representatives and Senators in Tallahassee you help them decide what to do about the issues and pending legislation that affect us all. They value your suggestions and encourage you to express them. Your legislators receive a huge amount of phone calls and mail from their constituents. Unfortunately their full agendas limit their ability to personally respond to them all. How then can you be sure your voice is heard Here are some tips to help you get the most impact out of your communications with your legislators in Tallahassee. General Tips Know who your legislators are and how to contact them. If you aren t sure who represents your community you can find out by using the Find Your Legislator tool at ( Senators Find or Your legislator s page will give you his or her mailing addresses phone numbers social media links and email address. Review how the legislative process works. Understanding how an idea becomes a law will help you effectively express your own ideas. Contact your legislator about a particular issue before the Legislature takes action on it. If you are unsure where an issue is in the process you can visit Session Bills 2018 or Sections Bills bills.aspx )to find a bill s next stop. Use a variety of communication methods. You might choose to contact your legislator by phone letter email fax social media or visiting in person. Another great way to spread your message is to give testimony at public hearings held by the Legislature. To give testimony you need to contact the appropriate committee administrative assistant to sign up. Be concise yet specific. Tell your legislator what effect you think a particular issue or bill if it becomes law will have on you your children business or community. Also suggest a course of action and offer assistance. 12 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 Writing Effective Letters Address letters to members of the Senate as follows The Honorable John Doe State Senator District The Capitol Tallahassee FL 32399-1100 Address letters to members of the House of Representatives as follows The Honorable John Doe Florida House of Representatives The Capitol Tallahassee FL 32399-1300. Use the right address and spell your legislator s name correctly. Type or print legibly. Sign your name neatly and give your address correctly so the legislator can respond to your letter. Keep letters email and faxes as brief as possible. Concisely written correspondence is more likely to grab and keep the reader s attention. Identify your issue or opinion at the beginning of the letter don t bury your main point. Cover only one issue per letter. If you have another issue to address write another letter. Back up your opinions with supporting facts. Your letter should inform the reader and facts make an argument more tangible and convincing. Avoid abbreviations or acronyms and don t use technical jargon. Don t send the same letter to more than one legislator. Personalized letters have a greater impact. Our Florida State Legislature is an institution where people on opposite sides of issues have an opportunity to engage in thoughtful debate. Therefore it is important to be polite even if you disagree strongly with the legislator you are addressing. Source The Florida State Legislature Fall-Winter 2017-2018 13 I When Third Thursday of the Month Where Florida Hospital for Women 601 E. 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Syd a retired school teacher and grandmother from Somerset Pennsylvania has been a SilverSneakers member since 2013. In March she embarked on a 3 200-mile coast-to-coast bike ride across the southern tier of the United States. The epic ride organized by WomanTours started in San Diego and ended in St. Augustine Florida 58 days later. She was inspired to join the ride when she found herself with extra time after retirement. It s very easy to waste time she said at the beginning of her trip. Visit eligibility now to see if you have access to SilverSneakers at no extra cost. 1.888.423.4632 (TTY 711) Monday Friday 8 a.m. 8 p.m. ET Espa ol 1.888.617.6392 (TTY 711) Fall-Winter 2017-2018 15 FYI HealthWise Does Your Heart Stop When You Sneeze No your heart does not stop when you sneeze. A sneeze begins with a tickling sensation in the nerve endings that sends a message to your brain that it needs to rid itself of something irritating the lining of your nose. You first take a deep breath and hold it which tightens your chest muscles. The pressure of air in your lungs increases you close your eyes your tongue presses against the roof of your mouth and suddenly your breath comes out fast through your nose. So where did the myth originate that your heart stops when you sneeze The changing pressure in your chest due to sneezing also changes your blood flow which may change the rhythm of your heartbeat. Dr. Richard Conti past president of the American College of Cardiology speculates that the belief that the heart actually comes to a stop during a sneeze could result from the sensation of having the heart skip a beat. When there is a prolonged delay before the heart s next beat he said that beat is then more forceful and more noticeable perhaps as a funny sensation in the throat or upper chest. Why do people say God bless you after someone sneezes There are varying accounts as to the origin of this response. One belief is that it originated in Rome when the bubonic plague was raging through Europe. One of the symptoms of the plague was coughing and sneezing and it is believed that Pope Gregory I (Gregory the Great) suggested saying God bless you after a person sneezed in hopes that this prayer would protect them from an otherwise certain death. The expression may have also originated from superstition. Some people believe that the custom of asking for God s blessing began when ancient man thought that the soul was in the form of air and resided in the body s head. A sneeze therefore might accidentally expel the spirit from the body unless God blessed you and prevented this from occurring. Some ancient cultures also thought that sneezing forced evil spirits out of the body endangering others because these spirits might now enter their bodies. The blessing was bestowed to protect both the person sneezed and others around him. Sneeze Responses from Around the World English Bless you or God bless you German Gesundheit Greeks and Romans Banish the Omen Hindu Live and responds With you Zulu I am now blessed Interesting Sneeze Facts Sneezes are an automatic reflex that can t be stopped once sneezing starts. Sneezes can travel at a speed of 100 miles per hour and the wet spray can radiate five feet. People don t sneeze when they sleep because the nerves involved in nerve reflex are resting. Between 18 and 35% of the population sneezes when exposed to sudden bright light. Some people sneeze when plucking their eyebrows because the nerve endings in the face are irritated and then fire an impulse that reaches the nasal nerve. Donna Griffiths from Worcestershire England sneezed for 978 days sneezing once every minute at the beginning. This is the longest sneezing episode on record. I SOURCE The Library of Congress 16 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 by Miss Jacqueline Jones Singer Dancer Actress and Our Entertainment Muse J.J. s Spotlight I m thankful we still have our city s entertaining facilities They re still fine tuning. Call or go on line check. . . Make sure they re ready for you. This is perfect timing for browsing our online listings 1st one for me is BLUE BAMBOO--1905 Kentucky Avenue in Winter Park. Great music neat setting of sound lights intimacy. Big Band theatre and classical acoustic guitarist trios quartets and of course the exiciting vocalist. Call for details at 407-636-9451 or What a rollercoaster of weather we have had Then IRMA A prayer for us all especially in Texas Puerto Rico The Islands and Mexico s earthquake Hello Darling Miss Jones comin at cha November 4th at The College Park JazzFest Edgewater & Princeton at 6 p.m. Come early For more info call 407-578-3962. Also checkout JazzTastings on October 19 November 16 & December 21. Well darlings off to get things in order post Irma. Remember to take some time to relax We all need it Announcement We are launching our own 50 Plus Orlando Has Talent Check out details on page 10 and of course at our website. Onward & Upward Miss Jacqueline Jones See you at out next 50 Plus FYI Resource EXPO hosted by the City of Winter Park -- details on page 2 and back cover as well as at out website Miss Jacqueline Jones is a Diva Extraordinaire She has entertained throughout the world from Russia as diplomat entertainer for the Forum for US Soviet Dialogue to USO Tours in the U.S. and overseas. She has been honored with many awards including Queen of Mardi Gras in 2001-2 by Universal Studios Women s Summit Award 2001 Grand Divas 2002-2003 of The Central Florida Jazz Society and SCAC Artist of the Year 20092010. E-mail her at missjackiejones Check out her website at Fall-Winter 2017-2018 Don t miss our 50 Plus FYI EXPO on Saturay October 21 2017 17 FYI Scam Alert by Retired Investigator Barbara Fore ECPP FCP FCPP Elder Crimes and Services Seminole County Sheriff s Office Trial Offer Scams You ve probably seen online ads with offers to let you try a product--or a service--for a very low cost or even for free. Sometimes they re tempting who doesn t want whiter teeth for a dollar plus shipping Until the great deal turns into a rip-off. That s what the Federal Trade Commission says happened in a recent case. The defendants sold tooth-whitening products under various names and hired other companies to help them market the products. These affiliate marketers created online surveys as well as ads for free or low-cost trials--all to drive people to the product s website. What happens next is very complicated but the following will walk you through the inside of a low-cost trial scam. Here is what happened. Once people ended up on the product s website they filled in their personal information put in their credit card number and clicked Complete Checkout. When people clicked this button they not only got the free trial of the one product but were actually agreeing to monthly shipments of the product at a cost of 94.31 each month. Next another screen came up and people were asked to click Complete Checkout again. But the second screen wasn t a confirmation screen for the trial of the product. Instead by clicking this button people were actually agreeing to monthly shipments of a second product. So what started as a 1.03 (plus shipping) trial of one product wound up being an unexpected two products at a very unexpected 94.31 each--for a total monthly charge of 188.96 plus shipping Trial offers can be tricky--and there is often a catch. If you re tempted do some research first and read the terms and conditions of the offer very closely. Sometimes however marketers might simply try to trick you--and it can be hard to spot. If you use your credit card for a low-cost trial offer be certan to check your credit card statement closely. If you see charges you didn t authorize contact the company and your bank immediately. And then tell us about it. How to Report Scams If you find yourself the target of a scam report it to your local law enforcement agency and to the Fedearl Trade Commission at or call 877-832-4357. Additional resources are the Senior VS. Crime at 1-800-203-3099 and the Florida Fraud Hotline at 1-866-966-7226. Source Federal Trade Commission 18 I Fall-Winter 2017-2018 407-855-9732 Call us today www. Serving you wth a Simple Alternative FUNERAL & CREMATION CHAPEL ROBERT BRYANT 407-240-6080 Call for Free Brochure 321 E. Michigan St. Orlando FL 32806 Serving health insurance needs of elders. FREE MEDICARE COUNSELING 407-514-1800 S.H.I.N.E. 43rd Annual Golden Age Games November 4th 11th 2017 Sponsored by City of Sanford Recreation Department Red Fish Florida Inshore Fishing Charters Full Day Half Day Split Day US Coast Guard Licensed Fully Insured Live Artificial Bait 352-223-7897 Trout Mosquito Lagoon Indian River Canaveral National Seashore Archery Basketball Shooting Bowling Golf Horseshoes Swimming Table Tennis Pickleball Tennis Track & Field And more EVENTS Questions about MEDICARE I can help you understand how Medicare works... understand your Medicare options... choose a Medicare plan that is right for YOU For more information contact Sanford Senior Center (407) 688-5129 407-401-2276 Call Claudette M. Williams Today Independent Agent Go to the website or Kim.Parmelee Advance to the Florida State Games in December. Contact for state game information. Fall-Winter 2017-2018 19 Info for 50 Plus by 50 Plus Right Here in Central Florida Stay Informed . . . 50 Plus FYI Lifestyle & Resource Guide FREE 50 Plus FYI Little Black Book of Resources FREE 50 Plus FYI e-ZiNE FREE 50 Plus FYI EXPO Don t forget . . . sign up for FREE quarterly 50PlusFYI e-ZiNE at www.50PlusFYI .org 20 Fall-Winter 2017-2018 EXPO Details Check website for EXPO dates EXPO Parents are the 1 Reason Kids Don t Drink HOW PARENTS CAN HELP KEEP THEIR YOUTH ALCOHOL-FREE Fall-Winter 2017-2018 21