Well-Spring Solutions February Caregiver Programs


2019 Greater Greensboro Senior Games

It is time to register for the 2019 Greater Greensboro Senior Games!  Any Guilford County resident age 50 or older is eligible to participate.  The registration deadline is FRIDAY, MARCH 1 at 5 pm!

There are two ways to register:

  1. Print copies of the attached Senior Games Registration Form, SilverArts Registration Form and the Waiver and Fees pages (required for all participants.)  Last year’s participants will receive forms in the mail.
  2. Register and pay online here.  If you have an account from last year, use the same email and password.  If you can’t remember one or both, click “Forgot username” or “Forgot password.”

Your forms and payment must be received by FRIDAY, MARCH 1 at 5 pm.  Literary pieces must also be submitted by this date.  Incomplete forms, missing payments or missing Literary works will not be accepted.

Interested in volunteering?  Print and complete the attached Volunteer Form and return it to the Senior Games office.

If you have any questions, please call 336-373-7571 or reply to this email.  We’re looking forward to another great year of senior games!

Greensboro Senior Games Registration Form

SilverArts Registration Form

Waiver and Fees Pages

Senior Games Volunteer Form


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Sites in Greensboro

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax preparation for individual and families whose annual income is less than $60,000. Below is a list of VITA tax preparation sites in Greensboro for 2019. For additional free tax preparation options in Guilford County, contact the SeniorLine at 336-333-6981.

VITA Requirements
• Household income must be under $60,000 (or $66,000 for MyFreeTaxes)
• Bring photo ID for self, and for spouse if filing jointly
• Spouse must be present for married filing jointly
• Bring Social Security cards (or ITIN documents) for yourself and every member of household on the return
• Bring all tax documents, including ones for proof of health insurance (example: W-2, 1099, 1098, etc.)
• Bring copy of last year’s tax return if you have it
• Bring bank account details on a canceled check or deposit slip if requesting direct deposit of refund (if planning to split refund remember to bring savings account details also)

Got Milk? Second Harvest Does!

Second Harvest Food Bank will be distributing milk at the High Point University Community Center at 921 Eastchester Drive, High Point.  The first milk distribution will take this place Thursday, February 7th beginning at 3:30 pm and ending at 5:00 pm or until all the milk is distributed.  Other food items may be distributed as well depending upon availability.

Attached are the income guidelines for those that will be eligible for the milk.  Everyone who is eligible will need to complete a TEFAP form before getting the milk.  These forms will be available for completion on site.  The information about the milk distribution including the income guidelines are attached.  Below are the dates for the milk distribution:

February 7th, February 21st, March 7th, March 21st, April 18th, May 2nd, May 16th, and May 30th

Helen Barker, High Point University Americorps VISTA is coordinating the distribution with Second Harvest and High Point University.  If you would like to volunteer or have any questions please contact Helen at : Please share this information with others as you deem appropriate. 



Milk Income Eligibilty

Activities for Seniors at Smith Senior Center

Attached is the January-February Smith Sentinel Newsletter.  The monthly activity calendars are inside the newsletter.


  • January and February activities (page 2)
  • “Booked for Lunch” Book Club reading list (page 2)
  • New Water Aerobics classes begin January 7 (page 3)
  • Attractions Coupon Books on sale now (page 4)
  • AARP Foundation Tax-Aide seeks volunteers  (page 6)
  • Valentine’s Dance (page 13)
  • Trip to Europe planned with Collette Vacations in 2019 (page 14)
  • Superbowl Chili Contest (page 14)
  • Ukulele Classes (page 16)
  • Shuffleboard Tournament (page 16)

Jan_Feb_2019_Smith Senior Center Sentinel Newsletter

New Year New You Opportunities at the Evergreens Lifestyle Center

I don’t know about you, but every year I set some goals to meet in the
new year. Not every goal I set is reached due to whatever setbacks I
may face throughout the year. However, just trying to reach my goals,
makes me a better person along the way and that’s what matters. Goals
can be anything from personal to professional, or even educational.
Maybe you want to travel more (guess what we have a travel club and
trips coming up)! Maybe you want to volunteer more (we would love to
utilize your skills). Maybe you want to exercise more (we have an exercise
class everyday). Or maybe you just want to get out and socialize
more with your friends and meet new people (we have you covered)!

One of my goals for this year is to get to know each of you better so the
Evergreens Lifestyle Center is able to provide more services, events
and activities that better fit your needs and interests. Another one of my
goals this year is to make sure that everyone in our community knows
about Evergreens Lifestyle Center and the valuable services we have to
offer. Therefore, if you belong to a church, school, doctors office, fitness
center, bowling league, or other club or community organization in
Greensboro, I want to know. I would love to have the opportunity to
meet with your group so I can make them aware of the resources,
events and activities we have. I want to connect you with our Facebook
page, email, phone, newsletter and our friends!

Now that I have shared a couple of my goals, I would love to hear from
you about your goals. For this new year, what are your goals? How can
Evergreens Lifestyle Center help you achieve your goals? Where there
is a will, there is a way!

-Joelle Begic Evergreens Lifestyle Center Director

January-February 2019 Evergreens Lifestyle Center Newsletter 


January Caregiver Education