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Tina Breeding of Eye Centers of Tennessee calls Newcomer bingo at the center each month.

Fair Park was delighted to recognize Eye Centers of Tennessee as September’s corporate sponsor. Eye Centers of Tennessee has had a long and enjoyable relationship with Fair Park before becoming corporate sponsors this year, and have traditionally provided bingo and prizes for the center’s “Birthday, Anniversaries and Newcomers” bingo on the first Friday of each month.

Eye Centers of Tennessee is regarded as one of the leading eye care centers in the United States. Its surgeons have helped thousands of people enjoy better vision and are committed to excellence and providing the best eye care treatment available. Eye Centers frequently has doctors visit to learn how to become better caregivers in a more efficient manner.

Eye Centers of Tennessee invests in the very latest laser, surgical and pre-op testing equipment available on the market. From LASIK to cataract surgery to cosmetic procedures to the treatment of eye diseases, Eye Centers of Tennessee invests in the most high tech equipment available. These doctors have the only fixed site laser in the Upper Cumberlands, and are always up-to-date on the newest and best treatments and technologies.

The surgeons at Eye Centers of Tennessee are among the most experienced and well trained in the entire country. Together they have performed thousands of surgical and laser vision correction procedures. All of the surgeons are board certified by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and have taught courses to other doctors at major national and international meetings of ophthalmologists. The vision correction surgeons are fellowship-trained, having completed extensive training as eye surgery specialists.

Every member of the Eye Centers of Tennessee team is dedicated to providing excellent patient care. The company motto is "Seeing Is Believing" and Eye Centers works hard to make their patients are their priority throughout every step of their care with Eye Centers of Tennessee.

To keep informed about Fair Park’s activities and to learn about its partnerships with its corporate sponsors for 2007, you can visit the center Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can also visit the center’s Web site at www.fairparkseniorcenter.org to keep up-to-date on the latest programs and activities that are being offered as well as on-line versions of the center’s monthly newsletter “Newsline.” Take advantage of the resources that Fair Park offers — get involved and become part of the fun!

Tuesday, Oct. 2

•8 a.m. — TOPS meeting.

•9 a.m. — Line dance class with Beverly Bilbrey — class full.

•10 a.m. — Advanced Tai Chi with Diane Parvin.

•10 a.m. — Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type class with Larry Nesbit.

•11:30 a.m. — Beginner Tai Chi with Angie Bedard — class full.

•1 p.m. — Ceramics class with Ida Wiley.

•1 p.m. — Arthritis Self-Help — class full.

•1 p.m. — Scrapbooking — $5 per class.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

•9 a.m. — Blood pressure check by CMC Home Health.

•10 a.m. — Surprise bingo.

•10 a.m. — Beginning computers with Lois Wenzell — on hiatus.

•12 p.m. — Canasta with David Rule.

•12:30 p.m. — Creative Quilters.

•1 p.m. — Cribbage with Andy Bertolino.

•1 p.m. — Guitar forum with Jack Melling.

•2:30 p.m. — Fiddle class with Roger Totten.

Thursday, Oct. 4

•8 a.m. — Table tennis.

•10 a.m. — Beginner Spanish with Elsa Carmelino.

•10 a.m. — Veggie bingo.

•12:30 p.m. — Intermediate Spanish class with Elsa Carmelino.

•12:30 p.m. — Crafting with Sandy Davis.

•12:30 p.m. — Bridge Bunch.

•1 p.m. — Ceramics with Eileen O'Barsky.

•1 p.m. — Euchre with Tommy Cole.

•2 p.m. — Senior chess club — open play, everyone welcome.

•6:30 p.m. — Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type class with Larry Nesbit.

Friday, Oct. 5

•10 a.m. — Bridge fundamentals.

•10 a.m. — Birthday, anniversary and newcomer party.

•10:45 a.m. — Eye Centers of Tennessee bingo.

•12:30 p.m. — Bridge class with Roger Holyer-Black.

•1 p.m. — Advanced computers with Russ Gross.

•2:30 p.m. — Advanced computers with Russ Gross.

Monday, Oct. 8

•8 a.m. — Table tennis.

•10 a.m. — Veggie bingo.

•10:30 a.m. — Advanced French class with Yvette Dolan.

•12:30 p.m. — Pinochle with David Rule.

•12:30 p.m. — Bridge Bunch.

•1 p.m. — Cribbage with Andy Bertolino — everyone welcome.

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