On June 18 the Staunton Senior Center received a call from Kay Stiltner with the Virginia Cooperative Extension who has offered to provide “The Family Nutrition Program” on six Friday mornings in August and September.
On June 17 the Staunton Rotary Club announced that it will be making a contribution of $750 to Staunton Senior Center.
The United Way of Greater Augusta has approved funding of $20,000 for Meals on Wheels services in the Staunton, Augusta, Waynesboro region.
This week at Staunton Senior Center concluded with some fun outings for members. At the request of one member, the Program Director had included a morning for visiting some of the local thrift stores. Members spruced up their wardrobes and purchased other needed items, enjoying the cooler temps outdoors as well.
NBC 29 covered preparations for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day at Staunton Senior Center June 11.
The 2014 adopted budget for the City of Staunton reflects funding of $24,650 for the VPAS SAW Region.
Six Staunton Senior Center members were accompanied by Program Director Lori Pullin and volunteer and birder Brenda Bruce to Fishersville for a mini outing which consisted of traveling to the Star Trail at Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center to enjoy the beauty of nature and the wonderfully breezy day!
A billboard to promote elder abuse awareness and prevention has been posted in west Staunton on June 6. After a few changes in the posting schedule, the sign is up on the right hand side of Rt. 254 (Parkersburg Pike) as you enter Staunton near the bypass (Rt 262).
The wet, rainy weather did not stop nineteen Staunton Senior Center members and three staff from greatly enjoying Camp Overlook! This annual event which signals the beginning of the summer season offered its typical activities so loved by seniors.