AARP, Lower Bucks Chapter 5197

The Lower Bucks Chapter 5197 of AARP meets at 2:00pm on the fourth Thursday of each month (except July and August) at the Middletown Township Building, 3 Municipal Way, Langhorne. Membership is open to all residents age 50 or over who live in Bucks County.

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Pennsbury LYFT

Pennsbury LYFT, a program of the United Way of Bucks County, is a community prevention coalition dedicated to encouraging the healthy development of students in the communities of Lower Makefield, Yardley, Falls and Tullytown, the municipalities that comprise the Pennsbury School District.

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Lower Southampton Township Parks & Rec

Lower Southampton Township is preparing for another exciting, fun, and safe year in all of its parks. They are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of 10 community parks that provide both passive and active recreation. They also provide athletic fields to accommodate all sports, and miles of walking paths for exercise for both you and your pets.

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Northampton Township Parks and Recreation

Northampton Township Parks & Recreation offers ongoing programs, camps, classes, discount tickets and special events for individuals of all ages and interests.

The Recreation Center, located at 345 Newtown-Richboro Road, is a hub for most classes and programs. This indoor facility houses a multi-purpose area, dance room, art room, pre-school and classrooms. An all-sport court surface accommodates basketball, floor and roller hockey, soccer, volleyball, and aerobics. The facility is available for party room and gym rentals.

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The Council Rock Coalition For Healthy Youth

The Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth (CRCHY) has been awarded a five-year grant to continue its programs aimed at preventing substance abuse by students. The grant was one of 680 Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program grants, totaling $84 million, to communities across the country. The grants will provide local communities funding to prevent youth substance use and support the Administration’s National Drug Control Strategy, which treats our Nation’s drug problem through a balanced public health and safety approach.

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Middletown Township Parks and Recreation

Middletown Township’s Parks and Recreation Department has many exciting new programs, which will keep children, teens and adults active through the winter months. They also offer several educational seminars for the community.

Adults can start the New Year off healthy with exercise programs: Beginning, Gentle or Chair Yoga, Strength Training for Women, Toning & Sculpting, Zumba, Pilates and Fab Abs. If you like playing cards, you will want to try their new Bridge class: they offer beginners and intermediate levels. Crocheting and Knitting are great winter classes to participate in as well.

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AARP, Lower Bucks Chapter 5197

The Lower Bucks Chapter 5197 of AARP meets at 2:00pm on the fourth Thursday of each month (except July and August) at the Middletown Township Building, 3 Municipal Way, Langhorne. Membership is open to all residents age 50 or over who live in Bucks County.

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Hepatitis B Foundation

The Hepatitis B Foundation (HBF) – established in 1991- is the only national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to finding a cure and improving the quality of life for those affected by hepatitis B worldwide. A world-class research center, their commitment includes funding focused research, promoting disease awareness while supporting immunization and treatment initiatives, and providing information for patients and their families, the medical and scientific community and the general public.

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Doylestown Hospital and the Doylestown Health System

Doylestown Hospital was founded in 1923 by the Village Improvement Association of Doylestown (VIA), a forward-thinking women’s civic organization founded in 1895 that recognized the need for emergency and maternity services early in the 20th century. The VIA established a visiting nurse service prior to the founding of the original hospital, an eight-bed facility located in Doylestown Borough. Today, the VIA still oversees the governance of Doylestown Hospital, which is licensed for 232 beds at its West State Street location.

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The Doylestown Farmers’ Market – An exceptional shopping experience

A flourishing canopied open-air market in the heart of Doylestown Borough, the Doylestown Farmers’ Market is a worthwhile venue to visit and may just keep you going back week after week. The Buckingham Township Civic Association (BTCA) will celebrate the 40th season of the Market this upcoming spring.

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