Sarah Ravlic talks about Preparing for Aging Well to about 55 seniors on Oct. 10 at the Clearwater Elks Hall. Sarah Ravlic talks about Preparing for Aging Well to about 55 seniors on Oct. 10 at the Clearwater Elks Hall.

Seniors learn how to age well

Wells Gray Country Seniors Society organizes many programs for seniors in the area

  • Oct. 22, 2017 11:30 a.m.

By Sandra Holmes

Sarah Ravlic, a sustainability minded community planner working for BC Healthy Communities, gave an informative presentation on Preparing for Aging Well to about 55 seniors at the Clearwater Elks Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

This workshop was organized by Wells Gray Country Seniors Society with the aid of grants from United Way and from New Horizons for Seniors.

The information learned at the workshop can be found in the Seniors Room at Dutch Lake Community Centre. Wells Gray Country Seniors Society organizes many programs for seniors in the area.

You are invited to drop into the Seniors Room and pick up a calendar of events.

READ MORE: Wells Gray Seniors Society celebrates 10 years

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