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.
The Downingtown Area Senior Center recently welcomed Muriel Kennedy as its new executive director.
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.
- Written by Clyde McMillan-Gamber Clyde McMillan-Gamber
Flowering plants originally from Europe dominate many country roadsides in southeastern Pennsylvania farmland, as elsewhere in North America.
- Written by Jackie Chicalese Jackie Chicalese
Though June 8 presented clear skies and sunshine, the warm weather did not prevent baby boomers, seniors, and caregivers from opting for a day spent indoors at the 14th Annual Chester County 50plus EXPO.