Register by Wednesday, June 8 for the free lunch as part of Hamilton-Wenham Low Vision Group’s upcoming “Lunch and Low Vision” event. Andrea Schein, public educator for the Blind Reintegration for Independence, Development and Growth for Elders (BRIDGE) Program at the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB) will talk about services available from the MCB … Continued
Category: Hamilton Council on Aging
Cell tower bids will be reviewed and the Hamilton Board of Selectmen will get an update about the Council on Aging when the board meets on Monday night. The board will meet in the Memorial Room at Hamilton Town Hall starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 1. The meeting includes a public comment time … Continued
Turning in your dead button-cell batteries will help the Hamilton Council on Aging and the environment at the same time. Bring button-cell batteries from your watches, hearing aids, cameras, calculators, dog collars, small toys and other items to the Hamilton Senior Center, 299 Bay Road, to be included in the button-cell battery rebate program. For … Continued
Chef Andrique from SideKim Caterers treated Hamilton seniors to a “Traveling Chef” meal on Wednesday, Jan. 13. The meal consisted of Chinese cuisine, according to Council on Aging Director Mary Beth Lawton, and even included take-out boxes and chop sticks. “Thank you Chef for another delicious meal,” Lawton said.
There’s a new class at the Hamilton Senior Center – Parkinson’s Fitness led by Linda Hall and Linda Greenwald. Hall is the founder of Parkinson’s North Shore Fitness and Greenwald is a well-known instructor of the arthritis class on Friday mornings at the Senior Center. Hall’s group is sponsoring the class and it is free. … Continued