Senior center program specialists (from left) Linda Roberts, North Beach Senior Center; Melinda Gaines, Southern Pines Senior Center; and Kristy Alleva, Calvert Pines Senior Center, display awards from the Maryland Association of Senior Centers recognizing the Calvert County Office on Aging for its senior center programming. Calvert County received three first-place awards – more than any other jurisdiction in the state – and an honorable mention. (Calvert County Government photo by Heather Skyrm)

Calvert’s Office on Aging Wins Three State Awards

News Release, Calvert County Public Information Office

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – July 3, 2019 – The Calvert County Office on Aging won three first-place awards and an honorable mention at the Maryland Association of Senior Centers annual meeting June 11 in Annapolis. Calvert County received more first-place awards than any other jurisdiction in the state.

The Office on Aging was recognized for its programming in the following categories:

  • Nutrition and Health Promotions – First place for “Grief and Loss Support” at Southern Pines Senior Center
  • Fitness – First place for “Let’s Move” at North Beach Senior Center
  • Fundraising – First place for “Change Challenge” at North Beach Senior Center
  • Honorable Mention for “Mother’s Day Purse Sale” at Calvert Pines Senior Center
Senior center program specialists (from left) Linda Roberts, North Beach Senior Center; Melinda Gaines, Southern Pines Senior Center; and Kristy Alleva, Calvert Pines Senior Center, display awards from the Maryland Association of Senior Centers recognizing the Calvert County Office on Aging for its senior center programming. Calvert County received three first-place awards – more than any other jurisdiction in the state – and an honorable mention. (Calvert County Government photo by Heather Skyrm)

The Calvert County Office on Aging provides a broad range of programs and services that enable senior citizens to maintain the best possible quality of life. Find information on Calvert County Government services online at www.CalvertCountyMd.gov. Stay up to date with Calvert County Government on Facebook.

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