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Press Release - Information Directory for Seniors December 8, 2018 – NOW AVAILABLE – A COMPLETE RESOURCE FOR ASSISTING SENIORS IN PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY           The Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association has published the 15th edition of its Information for Seniors Directory.           The information in this directory can assist older people, their families and caregivers in finding         resources to help seniors live at home.           The printing of the fifteenth edition of the Prince Edward County Information for Seniors Directory was made possible by funding from the Retired
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THE PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY CARE FOR SENIORS ASSOCIATION NEWS RELEASE OCTOBER 12, 2017 Picton ON - Over 150 people crowded Rotary Hall at the Picton fairgrounds the evening of October 12th to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association. “ We’re pleased to have so many members of the community join us to celebrate our 40th year,” says Debbie MacDonald Moynes, the Executive Director of the organization. “ We wanted to share our anniversary evening with the many people who have served as board members, volunteers, staff, donors and supporters over the decades helping the
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A LIFETIME OF CARING: A PROFILE OF BARB PROCTOR, Chair of the Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association This year is the 40th anniversary of The Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association. The organization will celebrate its long history of helping seniors live at home at a special event on October 12th, 2017 at Rotary Hall at the Prince Edward County Community Centre. As part of these celebrations, it is profiling some of the many volunteers who deliver its services into the community.  Guest columnist, Peter Lockyer. Like many County youth, Barb Proctor left the area in the 1960s to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere. She trained as a nurse at the Oshawa
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A Lifetime as a Daughter: A Profile of Carol Emlaw This year is the 40th anniversary of The Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association. The organization will celebrate its long history of helping seniors live at home at a special event on October 12th, 2017 at Rotary Hall at the Prince Edward County Community Centre. As part of these celebrations, it is profiling some of the many people who have been instrumental in its development. Guest columnist, Peter Lockyer.  Carol Emlaw can trace her family roots to the first members of the Striker family who settled as Loyalist refugees in the 1780s on farmland along Royal Road in
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