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A Note from the Sutton Senior Center/Sutton Food Pantry

A Note From the Sutton Senior Center/Sutton Food Pantry It’s important for senior citizens to know and trust anyone they accept assistance from during this difficult time. People with wonderful intentions are offering to volunteer and assist others with shopping and other errands. Unfortunately, scammers often prey on people during their most vulnerable times. Coronavirus-related scams targeting the elderly have been reported throughout

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ElderCare 2020 POSTPONED

ElderCare 2020 Postponed Until 2021 To The Community, This year’s ElderCare 2020 Event has been postponed,  due to unforeseen circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19). The safety of our community always comes first. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we look forward to seeing you next year.

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Video Guide to Completing the 2020 Census Online

This video will introduce you to the 2020 Census, present a quick overview of the online questionnaire, and help you answer the questions. https://www.census.gov/library/video/2020/english-video-guide-complete-2020-census-online.html American Sign Language (ASL): Video Guide to Completing the 2020 Census Online: https://www.census.gov/library/video/2020/asl-2020-census-video-guide.html More Languages found here: https://www.census.gov/library/video.html   

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Moving Announcement: CMAA’s Office is Moving

The Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging, Inc (CMAA): will be relocating to a new location in Worcester, MA effective March 1, 2020. Our new address will be 330 Southwest Cutoff, Suite 203, Worcester, MA 01604. During this time of transition the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging, Inc, will continue to

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Lawmakers Announce Deal on Older Americans Act Reauthorization!

“After nearly a year of advocacy and negotiation, this morning House and Senate leaders released a bipartisan, bicameral bill, Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020, to reauthorize the federal Older Americans Act (OAA) for five years. This is an exciting development that reflects significant commitment from and work by local

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