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Aging in Community: 2016 OWL Mother's Day Report

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Saturday, November 5, 2016

University House at Wallingford 4400 Stone Way North

10:30am - Coffee & Greetings
10:45am - Business Meeting

11:30 a.m.
Isolation is Bad
for Your Health

Speaker: Lisa Slavik, Executive Director of Friend to Friend America, will tell us about the effects of seclusion and isolation on the elderly. She will describe how the volunteers at Friend to Friend America strive to accomplish the organization mission: Ending isolation and loneliness one senior at a time, Friend to Friend.

Free. Everyone welcome.

Free. Everyone welcome.Call Carol Hannum for information (206) 325-6622
(Parking available under University House 44th Street entrance)

Recipients of OWL Scholarships
Recipients of OWL Scholarships with local chapter members

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