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Senior News

Wearing purple to note World Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is a real and happening. As a community it is important to be just that — a community! A community is aware of its members-family, friends and neighbors looking out for each other. I once heard that the best burglar alarm is a nosy neighbor. While that makes us laugh — it is ...

Having a PRIDE for all those we support

June is recognized as national PRIDE month, a time dedicated to uplifting voices of the LGBTQ+ community which for too long were silenced. It is a time of celebration of LGBTQ+ culture and recognition of accomplishments of LGBTQ+ individuals such as Gilbert Baker, an American artist, gay ...

Age My Way filled with diversity

Older adults play vital, positive roles in our communities — as family members, friends, mentors, volunteers, civic leaders, members of the workforce, and more. Just as every person is unique, so too is how they age and how they choose to do it — and there is no “right” way. That’s ...

Dunkirk Seniors list events

The May birthday lunch will be on Wednesday, May 25. Any member with a May birthday is asked to call the Senior Center to register. The birthday person may bring a guest at a cost of $7. The Dunkirk Senior Center will be sponsoring a bus trip to Seneca Allegany on June 28. Cost is $30 per ...

Grape Belt Seniors list activities, events

The Grape Belt seniors meet for aerobics and weights with Catherine on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9-10 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge in Fredonia. Classes are open to members and the cost is $1.00 for each class you attend. Membership dues are now being taken for 2022. Any cancellations of ...

Warmer weather means it’s time to move more

With the weather turning, I have started to see the faces in my neighborhood that I have missed all winter long. Starting to prepare their garden spaces, walking the dogs, and just enjoying the sun. What I am really seeing is movement! This movement makes your daily life better. When you ...