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TORRINGTON — SCORE Northwest Connecticut is seeking volunteers to work with small businesses.

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TORRINGTON — SCORE Northwest Connecticut is seeking volunteers to work with small businesses.

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Following a meeting in early March, several members of the Pomperaug Valley Garden Club visited longtime member Faith Warner, taking along a flower arrangement in celebration of her 98th birthday. On hand were (back, from left) Mori Zeltner, Rosemary Paul, Martha Sherman, Nancy Bailey, Presi…

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The Lutheran Home of Southbury, in partnership with Woodbury Pizza and Southbury Elderly Housing, Inc., which operates Grace Meadows, delivered free pizza to 62 residents of Grace Meadows in Southbury and Bernhardt Meadow in Roxbury. Wendy Mutter, admissions and marketing liaison at the Luth…

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SEYMOUR — An incorrect phone number was published in Voices regarding the groceries/medications deliveries for Seymour seniors.

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MONROE — First Selectman Ken Kellogg reported Wednesday, April 28, that the state Department of Public Health is reporting the total number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Monroe at 75 with  six deaths.

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WOODBURY — The Senior Community Center building remains closed to the public, but the center has developed virtual programs for May, providing both computer and landline phone opportunities so seniors can get back into programs and classes.

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SOUTHBURY — Due to the overwhelming response to the Southbury Grocery Brigade, amounting to 200 calls per day, Senior Services has established new rules for the process.

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People are currently unable to congregate for musical entertainment so on Monday, April 6, Heritage Village resident Owen McDonnell brought his bagpipes to Pomperaug Woods, serenading residents from the grounds outside their apartments. Dressed in full regalia, Mr. McDonnell spent 45 minutes…

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Residents of Middlebury Convalescent Home enjoyed musical entertainment on Monday, April 6, from one of their favorite musicians, T-Bone. On this beautiful sunny day, he window-strolled from room to room so all the residents had the opportunity to see him and enjoy his music.

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NEWTOWN — The Newtown Senior Center, 8 Simpson St., will be closed until further notice as part of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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WOODBURY — The Woodbury Senior Center is offering reassuring telephone calls, email connections, urgent errands transportation, congregate and Meals on Wheels delivery, grocery and food bank delivery service, virtual senior center programs, information and referral and more during the Covid-…

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BRIDGEWATER — In response to the current health emergency, Bridgewater formed the Town Outreach Program, which assists the town’s older or vulnerable residents who are more susceptible to contracting Covid-19.

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SOUTHBURY — Senior Services, with the help of the Knights of Columbus, will now start offering the shopping and delivery of groceries to be conducted Monday through Friday.

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AREA — The Southbury Public Library is closed to the public until further notice, with all programs canceled, but librarians remain on duty.

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NEWTOWN — The Newtown Senior Center, 8 Simpson St., announced the center would be closed until further notice as part of a cautious response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The 2nd annual Health and Wellness Fair at the Heritage Hotel in Southbury on March 5 featured close to 115 exhibitors, offering the public a wealth of information about health, beauty, home care, senior living and more along with an abundance of networking opportunities for those in the ind…

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SOUTHBURY — The Heritage Village Computer Club will host a presentation with representatives from the Microsoft Store in Danbury during its next monthly general meeting starting at 10 a.m., Wednesday, March 11, in the Activities Building, Room D, 11 Heritage Way.

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NEWTOWN — Looking to the Future With 2020 Hindsight is a written and visual experience for adults age 55 and older in which professional writer Kate Katcher will collect and document participant comments expressing their ideas and professional mosaic artists Joanne and Bruce Hunter will help…

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OXFORD — The Oxford Public Library will host a series of activities for March, including craft nights, writing groups, book clubs, lectures and more with registration required for all events.

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SOUTHBURY — Representatives of Optimum Regenerative Care of Bethel will discuss medical options at 2 p.m. Monday, March 2, at Southbury Library, 100 Poverty Rd.

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MIDDLEBURY-SOUTHBURY – Region 15 has partnered with the America Reads Program to look for senior volunteers, ages 55 and over, to assist elementary school age children with reading.

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NEWTOWN — Friends of Newtown Seniors Chore Services provides help with chores to Newtown Seniors who want to remain in their own homes and live safely, independently, and comfortably.

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WASHINGTON — Homeowners who were 65 years or older by December 31, 2019, or who are receiving Social Security disability payments may be eligible for a state tax credit on their property tax bill.

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WATERBURY — The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Connecticut Waterbury will host its spring session from Friday, February 21, through Monday, May 4, offering a diverse range of courses such as art, history, social science and exercise.

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MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Senior Center will host a trip to the 39th annual Connecticut Flower and Garden Show, leaving at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, February 20, to travel to the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

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MIDDLEBURY — The Assessor’s Office and the Social Service Department will begin accepting applications Monday, February 3 for the Elderly and Totally Disabled Homeowners and the Additional Veterans Tax Credit programs.

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SOUTHBURY — Financial Literacy for Seniors will be the topic at the Life, Love and Friendship meeting at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 30, at the Southbury Public Library on Poverty Road.

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SOUTHBURY — The Watermark at East Hill, a senior living retirement community located at 611 East Hill Rd., will host a discovery luncheon featuring an interactive panel of residents from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, January 23.

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MONROE — The Assessor’s Office will begin taking applications from new applicants for the Senior Tax Credit Program, beginning in February through May 15.