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Transportation Roundtable

Be Part of the Conversation on Transportation in the Worcester Area!

Join Us at the Transportation Roundtable on: Friday, December 14, 2018 from 12:00pm to 3:30pm At the AC Hotel Worcester, 125 Front Street, Worcester Objective: to provide education on various ways individuals can participate in the transportation planning process in the Worcester area. A buffet style lunch will be available

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Stockings For Seniors

Stockings for Seniors

Collection Goes Until November 16th Join us for our “Stockings for Seniors” annual fundraiser and help spread cheer to senior neighbors in need. We will supply Santa stockings to be decorated and filled with donations by your organization. Each stocking will be identified by the organization that filled it and

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Senior Of The Month

Senior Of The Month – Rebecca Leavenworth, Age 70

Rebecca Leavenworth has been a resident in the town of Leominster since 1975. She has two daughters and four grandchildren. Rebecca spends most of her free time at the Leominster Senior Center. Rebecca recently decided to cross off an item from her Bucket List and went Sky Diving! Rebecca says

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ElderCare 2018 Awards

ElderCare 2018 Awards

  Boo-tiful day today at the Sutton & Mendon Senior Centers! The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office & Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging were thrilled to stop by at both senior centers today to present them with an Elder Care Grant Award. In Sutton, it will help to provide much needed transportation services for seniors

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Special Screening: Being Mortal

Thursday, November 15th | 4:30 – 6:00 pm at Cornerstone at Milford, 11 Birch Street, Milford Join us for a special screening of the ground-breaking PBS Special, Being Mortal, based on the best-selling book by Atul Gawande, MD. CMEs available for Physicians & Nurse Practitioners CEUs available for Nurses, Case Mangers &

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Worcester Talking Book Library

Worcester Talking Book Library

The Worcester Talking Book Library provides free services to Massachusetts residents of any age who are unable to read traditional print materials due to a visual or physical disability. The WTBL has access to more than 1.2 million volumes digital books including large type, described videos, braille, and 100 magazine

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