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Artist: Delma Tayer-YSNN Founding Member
We are a local, volunteer-based, non-profit organization founded to empower members of our community to continue living in our homes, where we want to be as we age. Our mission is to provide services to promote the independence of older individuals in our community by creating a network with resources to keep us confident at home and connected to community.

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June, 2020

Monday
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Basic level balance class. By email inviation.
This class is not recommended for anyone who depends on a walker or a cane for balance, or is experiencing vertigo or dizziness. All of us should go at our own pace, and gradually build up to the repetitions that help us improve our balance, pushing ourselves to gain strength, but respecting our limits. All participants should modify the exercises to meet their needs and abilities.
Wednesday
10
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Join Yakima and Selah Neighbors Network in welcoming Yakima Coffeehouse Poets on Zoom. Wednesday June 10th, 4PM
About Yakima Coffeehouse Poets.
The Yakima Coffeehouse Poets is a registered Washington State non-profit corporation formed in 2014 to represent the interests of poets and poetry lovers of Central Washington.
Central Washington, roughly speaking, is bound by the Columbia River to the east and south, the Cascades Crest on the west, and the Wenatchee River on the north.
http://yakimacoffeehousepoets.com/

Monday
15
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Basic level balance class. By email invitation.
This class is not recommended for anyone who depends on a walker or a cane for balance, or is experiencing vertigo or dizziness. All of us should go at our own pace, and gradually build up to the repetitions that help us improve our balance, pushing ourselves to gain strength, but respecting our limits. All participants should modify the exercises to meet their needs and abilities.
Wednesday
17
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Lucianne Phillips: What have we Learned from COVID19 about disaster preparedness and being more resilient? Lucianne Phillips has spent many years working with international and national emergency preparedness and recovery operations, she directed Peace Corps programs in Macedonia and Liberia, and she worked with FEMA in the Pacific Northwest. She is now retired and lives in Oregon.

Saturday
20
Summer Solstice
Sunday
21
Father's Day
Monday
22
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Basic level balance class. By email invitation.
This class is not recommended for anyone who depends on a walker or a cane for balance, or is experiencing vertigo or dizziness. All of us should go at our own pace, and gradually build up to the repetitions that help us improve our balance, pushing ourselves to gain strength, but respecting our limits. All participants should modify the exercises to meet their needs and abilities.
Wednesday
24
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MORE THAN AN ORCHESTRA
WE ARE YAKIMA MUSIC EN ACCIÓN. CALL US YAMA.
More than an orchestra, YAMA is a place where the whole student is at the center of everything we do.
YAMA’s young musicians light up the spaces they enter, fill us with hope and possibility, and strive to improve everyday through hard work, commitment, and collaborative music making.
Monday
29
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Basic level balance class. By email invitation.
This class is not recommended for anyone who depends on a walker or a cane for balance, or is experiencing vertigo or dizziness. All of us should go at our own pace, and gradually build up to the repetitions that help us improve our balance, pushing ourselves to gain strength, but respecting our limits. All participants should modify the exercises to meet their needs and abilities.