Advocates seeking to “enhance the life” of the senior community.
Writer Susan Craig says many seniors “lack any kind of modern connectivity devices and remain outside the digital communication loop.”
If the United Way building does not include a township-operated senior center, it will not be able to go ahead with its planned renovations, since the senior center was a condition of the Board of Adjustment giving its approval.
United Way officials plan to renovate the building and parking area, with space on the first floor for a community center that is expected to be used primarily by seniors and operated by the township.
Montclair Senior Citizens Advisory Committee and Montclair Division of Senior Services will hold its annual Seniorama on Nov. 7.
Lifelong Montclair, an aging-in-place initiative of the Township of Montclair, has partnered with the Montclair Senior Citizens Advisory Committee and the Montclair Center BID to name a Montclair resident Senior […]
By Wilma Hurwitz for Montclair Local Five Montclair not-for-profits garnered Partners for Health Foundation awards and grants for the work they do in combating hunger and homelessness, youth resiliency, […]
Arts and cultural leaders in Montclair look forward to 2018: what they’re doing, and what others will be doing.