Tri-City Consortium On Aging Updates
Released: 2/11/2011
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The Tri-City Consortium on Aging is happy to welcome the city of Mayfield Heights as the fourth city the organization serves. This new partnership will ensure residents of Mayfield Heights have access to quality programs and services. We'll be undergoing some exciting organizational changes in the coming months and are currently looking for suggestions for a new name and logo that reflect our mission. Please send any comments or ideas to or mail them to 1370 Victory Drive, South Euclid, OH 44121.
Save The Date: Annual Spring Into Wellness Event will be held at the Ross DeJohn Community Center on June 1st. Please check the Tri-City Senior News in coming months for details.
Cholesterol and Heart Disease - Do you understand the meaning of good and bad cholesterol numbers? Tom Strong will explain all these to you, and more, and tell you what foods are recommended and what to avoid to keep your numbers under control. This will be offered Monday, April 4 at 12:30 p.m. at the Lyndhurst Community Center.
Tech Wise Computer Classes for Seniors will be offered on Wednesdays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Ross DeJohn Community Center in Mayfield Heights. Please call 216-650-4029 for information or to register.
AARP tax appointments are underway in Lyndhurst. The program offers help with simple returns, free of charge, to local seniors. Please call 440-473-5138 to schedule an appointment in our Lyndhurst office.
Upcoming Trips {Call (440) 473-5138 for Information}
March 6 - The Making of "My Fair Lady", Chagrin Falls High School - $55
March 30-31 - Seneca Allegany Casino and Hotel. $140 per person for a double
April 12 - West Side Market with lunch at the Tri-C Hospitality Management Restaurant - $31
April 27 - Katherine Hepburn Exhibit at the Kent State Fashion Museum and a tour of the University - $46
May 31-June 2 - West Virginia Train Trip - $445 per person for a double room
May 22 - Optimistic Voices : Songs for Tough Times and the St. Ignatius High School Breen Center - $TBA
Tri-City Consortium on Aging continues to offer volunteer services to older adults (60+ years) in the Lyndhurst community. Presently, we are offering assistance with computer technology, simple repairs (excluding plumbing and electrical), small errands, garage cleaning, and friendly visits. In addition, community members of all ages are encouraged to form a SPRING YARD CLEANUP TEAM of two or more individuals to assist older residents in April or May. Just a few hours of your time can make a big difference in the life of an older adult! For more information, please call Corinne Dunn, Volunteer Coordinator, at 216-291-3902.
Please remember to check our website for the latest information on programs, services and volunteer opportunities at

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