Lots on the menu of activities for seniors

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Are you sitting at home on those cold, snowy, windy days wondering what you can do besides watching TV? Well, here is your solution. Community Care always has a lot going for people aged 60 and over. You can read about it in this column or you can check out the activity calendar on our website at www.communitycareforseniors.org. There are also plenty of activities for those who don’t have a computer so stick with your diary… Keep reading.


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Community Care offers more than 50 free events each month for seniors over 60, by phone and online. Online Zoom classes and “Socials for Seniors” take place Monday through Friday. Join us at 10:30 a.m. for fitness and in the afternoon at 2 p.m. for arts and socials.

Seniors without computers can participate in online Zoom webinars by phone. This month’s Zoom webinar topics include “How to Use a Password Manager” with Julie Lane-Yntema, Technology Resource Center Coordinator for the Prince Edward County Public Library and “Flashback February – Heritage Week in the County” with Peter Lockyer, Founder and President of History Lives Here Inc.

Seniors are encouraged to be active, make friends and feel good. For more information or to participate, call 613-476-7493 or email [email protected]

Community Care continues its successful curbside meal drive on February 24. Chef Bill Grieve of Wheelhouse and Occasions catering prepares a delicious meal of homemade soup, roast turkey with cranberry dressing and sauce, potatoes, hot vegetables, slice of bread and cherry cheesecake for dessert. The cost is just $15/meal and seniors 60 and older can order by calling the Community Care office at 613-476-7493. All meals must be paid in advance. Meals will be packed hot and ready for pick-up at noon at The View Restaurant at Picton Golf Club. Only those who pre-order and pay before February 18 can be served. To order, call 613-476-7493.


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Community Care Income Tax volunteers prepare to complete 2021 tax returns for seniors who live in Prince Edward County. Volunteers have been trained by the Canada Revenue Agency to complete tax returns for eligible clients. Keep your papers as we don’t start until March 1 each year. By then, everyone should have all the necessary paperwork to do your income tax.

We use CRA eligibility for this program: a person aged 60 and over with a single income of $35,000 or less or a couple with a household income of $45,000 or less , you may be eligible for assistance through this program.

During the pandemic, we have developed a safe drop-off/pick-up program for seniors who wish to have their income tax paid. For people who can’t easily drop off their paperwork at the office, we’ll even come to your home and collect your information, then drop it off when it’s done.

For full details on everything we offer to help seniors live from home, you are welcome to call 613-476-7493 or email [email protected] Also check out the website if you have a computer.

Community Care helps seniors live – safely – at home.

Debbie MacDonald Moynes is executive director of the Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association.



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