Spring Village at Floral Vale, specializing in memory care, invites its friends and neighbors to join them Saturday, September 20th (rain date: September 21st) at 2:00pm for a “Wounded Warriors” fundraising event. The day will feature an auction, talent show, refreshments and an interactive veterans’ display. It will be hosted by staff and held on the back grounds of the community.
Foulkeways at Gwynedd: An active retirement community keeping residents physically, mentally and socially engaged
At Foulkeways at Gwynedd, a Quaker affiliated, non-profit retirement community, the pace is lively and energetic. Residents are involved in every aspect of the community from environmental issues, such as helping Foulkeways reach its goal of obtaining a zero carbon footprint, to special interest committees that book the performing arts talent and choose the twice-weekly movies shown in the auditorium.
Seven wheelchair-bound seniors from Neshaminy Manor in Warrington were treated to a day of Phillies baseball at Citizens Bank Park, complete with hot dogs and cheese steaks, thanks to local charity Twilight Wish Foundation and the Phillies organization. The residents, along with their Neshaminy Manor caretakers and staff from Twilight Wish, enjoyed a great game on June 12th, as the Phillies swept the Padres in the series.
Spring Village at Floral Vale, a Memory Care Community located in Yardley, is seeking talented individuals to participate in their Village Talent Show. This event will be held outdoors on the community’s property, Saturday, September 20th at 2:00pm (rain date will be September 21st). Parking will be available.
The Middletown Senior Citizen’s Association offers a travel program for all ages. Buses depart from Middletown Senior Citizen’s Association, 2142 Trenton Road, Levittown. Make checks payable to M.S.C.A. and mail to above address.
Include traveler’s name, phone number, address, and partners. Call for further details at 215-945-5345 or 215-945-2920.
If you are a veteran, the Guardian’s Honor Guard needs you to help give final military honors to our departed veterans who are laid to rest at the Veterans National Cemetery in Washington Crossing, PA.
If you have an interest and want more details, please call the Guardian’s Honor Guard at 215-920-0739. You will find the experience to be both rewarding and emotional. Thank you!
A new choral group has started at the James E. Kinney Senior Center, 165 Township Road, Richboro. The Northampton Senior Singers is under the direction of Kay Hurewitz and Esther Kay, and assisted by Pete Palestina.
“You don’t have to be a great singer, just someone who wants to sing, have fun and feel good,” said Kay. “Our singers are non-professional and we are all about being together and enjoying ourselves. We sing with a karaoke as well as with lyric sheets.”
submitted by E. Garrett Gummer, III, Esquire, and Maureen L. Anderson, Esquire, www.GummerElderLaw.com
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Sunny skies, combined with the complimentary Caddy Daddy bags that golfers received, a delicious outdoor lunch, and an elegant dinner with a view of the course, all helped to create a memorable day for all in attendance. Guest speaker Merrill Reese regaled guests with his insights into the world of sports. Guests enjoyed two auctions, one live and one silent, with a broad assortment of items up for bid, including golf equipment, baseball tickets, foursomes at special clubs, fine art, and a trip to Harrisburg featuring a tour with Representative Steve Santarsiero.