Network in Aging celebrates 37 years during annual social at Tonawanda Castle
TONAWANDA, NY (JANUARY 3, 2018) – The Network in Aging will be hold its annual social on Tuesday, January 23 from 6pm to 8pm at the Tonawanda Castle to celebrate 37 years since its founding and will feature refreshments and entertainment such as jugglers and acrobats with a renaissance theme. Current members and non-members are invited to attend at a cost of $30 a ticket.
The group has selected to support and highlight WNY Heroes, Inc. during the event which assists disabled and needy way Veterans and Service members, their dependents, and the widows and children or deceased veterans. Donations of Walmart and Tops gift cards will be accepted at the event as well to assist local WNY veterans.
“The Network in Aging of Western New York is a long standing organization which brings together professionals from many disciplines who provide direct services to those aging in our communities and those in the field of aging,” said Kristen Surdej, current President. “As we come together to celebrate our accomplishments, we welcome those to attend with an interest in helping seniors, as the aging population is booming and needs the interdisciplinary approach this organization has to offer.”
For more information on the event, or to RSVP, visit the website www.networkinaging.org. For more information on joining the Network in Aging, contact Lisa Boron at 716-829-3712.
About Network in Aging of Western New York
The Network in Aging of Western New York is a non-profit, voluntary corporation, founded in 1981 and is committed to bringing together individuals and organizations involved in aging and improving the quality of life for older persons and their families in the area. They currently have over 100 member agencies specializing in various fields including education, health and social services, and community and government leadership. Their mission is to provide members with opportunities for resource exchange, professional development and stimulation of interdisciplinary collaboration. For more information contact 716-829-3712 or visit www.networkinaging.org