Events at Sr. meal center announced

A representative from the American Cancer Society will speak to Whitehall area seniors next week.

Audrey Shaw of the American Cancer Society will speak about the Road to Recovery Program, which is a service that drives cancer patients to their treatments if they do not have transportation,

The service is free and volunteer driven.

She will speak at the Washington County Senior Meal Site at Whitehall at 11:45 a.m. on Friday, April 5.

Later in the month, the New York State Office for the Aging’s Older Driver and Pedestrian Safety Project will host a discussion on how to stay safe on the road.

Topics will include the effects of aging on driving; vision and hearing; medications and driving; staying physically and mentally fit for driving; and driver safety resources.

The discussion will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 11.

There is no cost to attend either event, but residents are encouraged to call ahead and make reservations if they plan on eating lunch.

The Whitehall meal site is located at American Legion Post 83 on Main Street.

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