As part of the Evolving Communities Presentation Series, the Palermo Community Center will present guest speaker Patricia Oh on Friday, March 30, following a potluck dinner at 6 p.m.
Patricia Oh, LMSW, is a liveable communities consultant with AARP Maine. She works with communities that want to adopt policies, make infrastructure changes, create social and recreational opportunities, and develop services to encourage everyone–from toddlers to centenarians–to be fully engaged in the community while enjoying good health and well-being. As part of her association with age-friendly communities in Maine, Ms. Oh works with a number of people who have formed a group called Aging Well in Waldo County, with the purpose of creating much more liveable, attractive towns that are easier to navigate without great dependence on private transportation. Waldo County is the first county that has joined the Liveable Communities Initiative.
Accessibility is an issue that is certain to arise during this discussion, as is isolation of many of our homebound and disabled citizens who do not drive. Bring your ideas, questions, and a dish to share! This round table of neighbors is sure to get you out of hibernation. The driveway off Turner Ridge Road is marked by a lit sign, and is right across from the ball field.
For more information, please call Connie Bellet at 993-2294, or e-mail email@example.com.
- China Transfer Station coordinator: Volunteers needed for Earth Day cleanup on April 21
- It’s Spring; time for Vidalia Onions!
- Dodgeball, basketball tourneys to benefit Jacob Seigars
- Two area boys meet “Gronk” at Barbara Bush Hospital
- Start seeds at the Palermo Community Center
- Palermo Food Pantry to reschedule when schools close
- Time change on LD 922 legislative hearing
- Tucker Leonard earns Eagle Scout rank
- Memories of the Mill at Palermo Historical meeting
- Sugg participates in TREK program