Paula Grady is from Holden Ma. She has been a resident of Holden for 25 years and has been part of the Holden Senior Center since 2008.
In 2015, Paula started up the Morning Glory Café at the senior center. Paula loves to bake for the Morning Café with the help of other volunteers as well. She also enjoys being involved in the Knitting Group making hats and scarves to donate to the local school. She also helps during the Senior Center’s annual flea market and takes part in their monthly newsletter.
Paula loves to stay active and enjoys traveling. The next goal for Paula at the senior center is to help make “Grandmother Dolls” (Stress-Dolls) to bring to nursing homes.