SAAA is pleased to be the recipient of a 2015 Impact Grant from National Lutheran Communities & Services (NLCS). Please click here to read the release issued by NLCS. More details coming soon.
Welcome to SAAA!The Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) is a non profit organization that provides high quality services and opportunities that enhance the dignity and independence of seniors and promote their contributions to the community.
Agency services are designed to assist older persons who wish to stay in their own homes, to provide information for seniors and their families, to protect individuals living in long term care residences, and to facilitate staying active and provide community service.
Join SAAA in one or more of the many activities this month.
Click on the links for Services and the Active Living Center (ALC) in your county to view the special activities and menu at each ALC. Check out Upcoming Events on the right for meetings including Board and Advisory Council.
Also, be sure you scroll down to look at Top News and More SAAA News.
SAAA’s seven Active Living Centers crowned Kings and Queens and celebrated the love and caring that abounds at the Centers with a Valentine’s Party at Clarke County Parks and Recreation Building. Special thanks to Parks Director Lisa Cooke and her staff, to Bonnie Dodson and the ALC staff, and to Phil and Connie for their musical entertainment.
- Page County ALC Queen Debi Spinner & King Walt Gordon
- Fort Valley ALC Queen Virginia Henderson & King Richard Gochenour
- Shenandoah County ALC Queen Lois Painter & King Wayne Jones
- Warren County ALC Queen Mary Crabbe & King Irv Crabbe
- Frederick County ALC Queen Linda Clifford & King John Clifford
- Winchester ALC Queen Kay Miller & King Roger Wallace
- Clarke County ALC Queen Jean Bowman & King Ronnie Keenan