The Beacon Heights Community League has a number of senior’s initiatives:
- The Snow Shoveling program is now offered. If you need assistance, please contact email@example.com
- Seniors Skate is offered for free during the Community Coffee Hours, Tuesdays from 9:30-11:30.
Beacon Heights and Newton Community Leagues have formed a partnership to provide Senior activities in the community.
Newton Senior’s Club
Cost $5. Activities and commitments vary. For more details, check out www.newtoncl.ca
Pat Moffitt is the President of the Newton Seniors Club, and is operating under the Newton Community League. The program director is Doris Astill and she is organizing new activities. They are looking for more members and have a free table once a month at the Beverly Farmers’ Market.
Healthy Aging Conversation in the Greater Beverly Area
Are you an older adult or care about seniors in your neighbourhood? We would like to share ideas as it takes a community to support the independence and well-being of our older residents. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It is widely known that physical and mental exercises can slow down the aging process. But did you also know that loneliness can be worse for one’s health than smoking? Loneliness is something all community members can help address.
Creating more age-friendly space for learning, exercise and socializing is one way a neighbourhood can collectively respond to this growing concern. Keeping an eye out for each other is another way neighbours can help neighbours. Intergenerational projects where participants contribute to each others’ well-being are also underway in Beverly. We use a community development approach that builds on existing communitystrengths. Sage, the Edmonton Public Library and the Rundle Health Centre want to learn from neighbours on how best to support your ideas as you can see the interconnections of complex issues. Together we can co-create viable solutions.
Please join us:
Community Conversation on Healthy Aging
Tuesday, January 17 from 1-3pm at the
Abbottsfield – Penny McKee Branch of the Edmonton Public Library
3410 118 Avenue
Refreshments will be served. Everyone welcome! Bring a friend.
For more information or to share your ideas, please contact:
Shelley Sabo, Community Animator
Sage Seniors Association