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Enhanced Living, Inspired Hearts

by Morgan Koziar - July 30, 2014

Today on Wellsboro Home Page we spoke with Kathy Siegrist, the manager of the Wellsboro Senior Center. Kathy explained how the center is a warm, positive environment for all seniors to come and feel welcomed. Senior centers provide the services older adults need to be healthy, happy and as independent as they can be. The center provides meals and activities for the seniors to enjoy together. This is an important element of a healthy aging-in-place strategy.

To learn more about their services, hours of operation, and qualifications, please contact the center directly. You can reach the center by calling (570) 724-3991. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed at the many senior center locations in our area, including Wellsboro, Mansfield, Elkland, Westfield, and Milllerton. (Click here for a list of area senior centers and contact information.) The center is currently in need for volunteers to develop program ideas, offer help in the kitchen, and drive meals. Remember – every volunteer is important!

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