8.17.17 | 6:00-7:30 pm |
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Join us for an evening celebrating Janice Heath of Pflugerville and Nancy Rabb of Round Rock. These women have contributed greatly to their communities. This fun event will celebrate their life-long achievements and give you an opportunity to learn more about Drive a Senior-Senior Access and how you can get involved. Please be sure to RSVP to Karah Ricketts at 512 310 1060.
Thursdays May-August | 11 am-1 pm |
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Drive a Senior-Senior Access has partnered with Family Eldercare Care’s Summer Fan Drive Program. We are a distribution site for fans. If you or someone you know needs a fan to help you stay cool this summer, stop by our office on Thursdays during the months of May-August between 11 am – 1 pm. Certain qualifications must be met.
For more information, contact:
Sherrie Rose at email@example.com | 512.310.1060
6.9.17 | 9:30-11:30 am | Memorial Methodist Church | free | It’s an event; a gathering; a chance to visit with long-time friends and make new acquaintances and it’s coming to Drive a Senior – East Austin in March. Activities include games, bingo and good old-fashioned socializing. Coffee and donuts are provided. Van transportation is available (first come; first served). Twi more Grand Adults Days are scheduled throughout the year.
December 8 – Austin EAST, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto combined gathering at First United Methodist Church in Pflugerville.
Serving the area east of I35, west of Toll Road 130 and south of Parmer Lane down to Cesar Chavez – including the communities of Daffan, Windsor, Mueller and the Decker Lane area near the Exposition Center.
|TUE||HEB & Windsor Library|
|WED||Walmart Mueller & Windsor Library|
*3rd Friday every month – Grand Adults Day transportation
For all van trips, passengers reserve rides at least two business days in advance by phoning 512.310.1060. Vans hold a maximum of 12 people per trip: first come, first served.
SHARE YOUR TIME: Even if driving’s not your cup of tea there are a world of ways to help your homebound senior neighbors. Are you good with a wrench? Join our brigade of part- time handymen. Like to visit? Make occasional home visits; they’re always welcome. Like spending time on the phone? Check in with a senior neighbor who’d love a chat? How about helping out in our office part time? Assisting in our next fund-raiser? Passing out flyers? If you have the time, we have the task.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT: Donations make it possible for Drive a Senior to serve our nearby senior citizens and to plan to continue that service as the needs grow. You can donate to our Drive a Senior region below. And there are other ways to contribute by doing things your already do anyway.
Your one-time financial gift to this region provides many of your senior neighbors with much needed transportation and allows them to stay in their own homes.Because we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, most donations to Drive a Senior are tax deductible.
Regular monthly donations make it easier for us to plan and expand our senior services. Our gift subscriptions program allows you to schedule your gift as best fits your needs.
For information on legacy giving, please contact Serita Lacasse: firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-310-1060.
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2498 E. Palm Valley Blvd. | Round Rock, TX 78665
(in the house in front of the Palm Valley Lutheran Church)
Executive Director: Serita Lacasse
Development Director: Karah Ricketts
Volunteer Coordinator: Sherrie Rose
Client Coordinator: Sandy Childs
Administrative Manager: Lylette Pharr
Senior Van Coordinator: Tony Delgado
Van Drivers: Joan Meyers, Jim Savage, Scott Myer
Transportation Coordinators: Lynda Young and Gloria Lopez