The Lancaster County Office of Aging will be offering three health and wellness programs this fall. All programs are free and open to the public.
Yearly flu vaccination has already begun in some locations in York County and will continue throughout the flu season.
- Written by Clyde McMillan-Gamber Clyde McMillan-Gamber
Mostly I hear them calling from pond shallows in spring and early summer. If I look closely, I can see males sitting in inch-deep water with bulging throats while trilling or pairs floating while spawning in the pond.
Despite rain looming in the forecast, the first round of events for the 16th annual York County Senior Games kicked off dry and without a hitch.
Recently, rabbittransit announced its partnership with Mason-Dixon Community Services in an attempt to increase ridership in the Delta region.
Paratransit, also called Shared Ride, is a convenient, door-to-door public transportation service available in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania. Paratransit connects people to doctor’s offices, grocery stores, senior centers, and other destinations across each county.
After a meeting with several board members of Mason-Dixon Community Services and Delta stakeholders, rabbittransit is expanding its Shared Ride service to include an earlier morning pickup time of 9 a.m.
The goal of the program is to increase Delta residents’ access to healthcare and employment opportunities, which are traditionally found in the greater York area.
For non-life-sustaining or employment trips, the service provides a 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. average arrival time in York with an average return time back to Delta at noon and 3:30 p.m.
To learn more or obtain a Shared Ride application, visit www.rabbittransit.org/sharedride.