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Seneca County’s Office for the Aging has announced its Senior Center activities for the month of August. The activities are held at the Senior Center in Waterloo, and the Ovid and Trumansburg Nutrition sites. A complete list of activities is attached. Please call (315) 539-1780 for more information.
The Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition cautions young people don’t let the consequences of underage drinking or other drug use ruin your summer. Talk with your children about the dangers of using alcohol and other drugs. For more information on how to keep kids safe and substance free this summer call the Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition at (315) 539-1135 and please like and share our page Seneca4Real on Facebook. High risk Message Summer
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The 20th Annual Seneca County Youth Bureau Golf Tournament will be held Friday, August 21st at Silver Creek Golf Course. Registration and coffee will be held from 11:00 – 11:45am and the tournament will begin at Noon (rain or shine). This tournament is a 4 person scramble. (more…)
Attached is the flier for the 2015 Office for the Aging Senior Picnic. Please make reservations on or before Monday, July 27th. Reservations can be made by calling 315-539-1765. Hope to see you all there!
Input is needed to help plan and offer Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops (Living Healthy) to Seneca County residents living with or caring for someone with a chronic health condition. Managing a chronic disease can be frustrating. Living Healthy Workshops provide participants with tools and strategies to manage and cope with their or their loved ones chronic disease. The survey will take 3 minutes to complete and will be open through July 21. To complete the Living Healthy Survey go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SenecaLivingHealthy Your responses are appreciated. Thank you for taking time to complete this survey.
If you want to learn why the first woman’s rights convention was held in Seneca Falls in July 1848, then come to a program on Friday, July 17th at 7 pm at the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, 89 Fall Street in Seneca Falls.