New Hampshire Senior News
Granite State Senior Games elects officers
GOFFSTOWN - The board of directors of the Granite State Senior Games, Inc. has elected a new executive committee to lead the organization for the next two years.
Elected were: Jim Eddinger, chairman; George Tosatti, chairman-elect; Howard Green, secretary; Herb Nelson, treasurer; and Larry Flint, past chairman.
The senior games organization is made up of volunteers who dedicate themselves to providing the best sporting events for the 50-plus age group here in New Hampshire.
Eighteen sporting events with managed venues will be conducted in August. Visit nhseniorgames.org or foror more information, call 504-8425 or email email@example.com.
Nashua adult day care sets April 20 open house
NASHUA - All Generations Adult Day Care is now open at 460 Amherst St. An open house is planned for Saturday, April 20, from 1 to 4 p.m. The public is invited to tour the facility, meet the staff and enjoy light refreshments.
All Generations Adult Day Care is dedicated to providing respite for caregivers in a safe, structured, supervised and individualized daytime program. It is owned by Nurses, which has been providing quality in-home care since 2005.
For information, please call 589-9570.
Maple Suites offers seminar on downsizing
DOVER - Maple Suites will host a free seminar on how to spring clean, organize and downsize your home on Saturday, April 20, at 10:30 a.m. at Maple Suites Senior Independent Living, 30 Holiday Drive.
The seminar will help homeowners learn important tips on how to organize and downsize their homes as they prepare for the next chapter of their lives.
The seminar will be conducted by Genevieve Benton, owner of A Perfect Move; she has more than 27 years of experience assisting seniors and their families through transitions.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP by to Maple Suites at 742-8820.
Manchester senior center to host health fair April 22
MANCHESTER - The William B. Cashin Senior Center, 151 Douglas St., will host a free health fair from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, April 22.
The health fair, sponsored by Regency Home Health of Manchester, is free and open to the public. Many vendors will be at the event, including those offering medical, housing, finance, diabetic and emergency supplies, housing, ServiceLink, and Home Health Care. The fair also will feature give-aways, health screenings and raffle prizes.
For more information, call Diane at Regency Home Health at 665-9800.
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