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What's new for 60+? Read August newsletter

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The renovated Community Center -- the former Senior Center, at 27 Maple St., behind Town Hall -- welcomes all residents.

Read the August newsletter >>

Kristine Shah, executive director of the Council on Aging, wrote: "We have seen an increase in new faces since we reopened, and we want to make sure everyone knows that we are open to all those 60 and over, with no membership fee. People can stop by any time we are open for a tour and to get their scan-in card."

The council is adding new events and classes every week. See the main Council on Aging link here >>

 Call the Council on Aging with any questions at 781-316-3400.


This news announcement was updated July 30, 2022.

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