Longwood Manor Reopens as Paramount Senior Living

Paramount Senior Living at Lancaster County, formerly Longwood Manor, recently opened its doors to the community to celebrate its grand reopening.

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American Legion Riders No. 455 Host Memorial Ride

American Legion Stewart Post No. 455 hosted a motorcycle ride to raise funds for the Not One More – York Chapter on Sept. 29. Not One More is a national nonprofit organization that provides awareness, education, and support to those affected by drug abuse and addiction.

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Employers, Community Resources Meet with Local Military at Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair

As a mentor to other vets, Army veteran Chuck Tyler attended the recent Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair at the Farm and Home Center in Lancaster not only for himself, but also to scout opportunities for other transitioning veterans.

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Drug Coverage Expansion Would Cover 17,000 More Seniors

In late October, legislation to expand eligibility for the state’s PACENET prescription drug coverage program passed the House and Senate and is now awaiting the governor’s consideration.

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Conference Focuses on Alcohol, Opioid Addiction in Older Adults

Pennsylvania Department of Aging Secretary Teresa Osborne recently attended and spoke at the Phoebe Institute on Aging’s Fall Conference, “Understanding Addiction and Older Adults,” at DeSales University.

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Class Collects Thanksgiving Food Donations

The Inclusive FLEX Exercise Class, located at Susquehanna View Apartments in Camp Hill, recently completed its third and final outreach drive for 2018.

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Office of Aging Accepting Holiday Donations

The 2018 holiday donation program sponsored annually by the Lancaster County Office of Aging is underway.

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Get Help Navigating Medicare

The York County Area Agency on Aging’s APPRISE program will offer free, personalized counseling during Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period, which ends Dec. 7.

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Memorial Ceremony Honors Sacrifice of Local WWI Soldier

In honor of Cpl. Alvin T. Rehmeyer, members of the American Legion Riders Stewart Post No. 455 recently held a memorial flag line ceremony at St. John Lutheran Church’s cemetery in York to mark the 100th anniversary of the Red Lion native’s death in World War I.

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