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W-S Foundation announces January community grants

    W-S Foundation announces January community grants

The Winston-Salem Foundation announces 25 Community Grants totaling $422,896 that will touch the lives of many living in Forsyth County. Grants were awarded to organizations in the following program areas:

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House Calls

    House Calls

Doctors pulling summer volunteer duty at Senior Services (pictured above:  Dr. Julia Williams gives a meal to Josie Shirley.) Most Americans take some kind of vacation during the summer, including the

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Free safety checks available for older drivers

    Free safety checks  available for older drivers

Forsyth County AARP Chapter # 1797, along with the gerontology program at Winston-Salem State University, will sponsor a CarFit event on Tuesday, April 8 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m.

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Senior Services’ Fernanders earns ‘Heart’ award

Senior Services employee Mina Fernanders received the Hearts Award on May 16 at the Third Annual CNA Challenges and Rewards Conference, which was sponsored by the Northwest Area Health Education

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Mechanics and Farmers and I.L. Long  picked to make new ESR a reality

    Mechanics and Farmers and I.L. Long  picked to make new ESR a reality

I.L. Long  Construction Co. has been named the general contractor for the new Experiment in Self-Reliance (ESR) headquarters and Mechanics

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Agency honors Senior Services employees

    Agency honors Senior Services employees

Senior Services staffers won two of only three awards given out annually by the North Carolina Association on Aging (NCAOA). 

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For Seniors Only! Medicare Seminar Schedule Changes

    For Seniors Only!   Medicare Seminar Schedule Changes

The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem and Senior Services, co-coordinating sites for the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) in

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Mature drivers (50+) invited to take advantage of safety assessment at no cost.

    Mature drivers (50+) invited to take advantage of safety assessment at no cost.

To assist older drivers with making safety a personal priority, Forsyth AARP Chapter # 1797, in partnership with the Gerontology

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