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Scam alert

Front Royal Police Chief Norman Shiflett warns that cybercriminals are at it again. There are new scams circulating around the country on a daily basis and it is affecting citizens in our community.

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T-shirt sales to benefit SAAA

Shenandoah University Professor Scott King’s Adult Years Psychology Class is selling T-shirts to benefit SAAA. The cost per shirt is $18; adult sizes XS to XL. Place orders through SAAA’s Main Office (635-7141 x 210) or message Scott King on Facebook. Orders must be in to SAAA by April 16 or to Scott by April 17.

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Virginia Attorney General to Attend Senior Festival

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has announced that he will attend the Winchester/Frederick County TRIAD event, Seniors: Armed with Knowledge, on Monday, March 31st.

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Public Reporting More Scams Via Phone

The Winchester Police Department is warning local residents about two phone scams that are targeting people in our area. One caller says he is from the “My Windows Support Technical Maintenance Department” and is calling about a problem with your computer.

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Job Opening at SAAA

Enjoy working with Seniors? SAAA is seeking an individual to assume the position of Group Respite Assistant in Warren County. Individual will assist with activities and crafts on Tuesdays and Thursdays working with participants who have early to mid-stage Alzheimer’s or dementia in the Warren County area.

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Thanks for help with Rubbermaid sale!

Thanks to everyone who supported the January 25th Rubbermaid Sale in temperatures well below freezing.

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Center prepares gifts for Meals on Wheels recipients

By Laura McFarland The Winchester Star Winchester — Participants at the Winchester Active Living Center hope to spread a little extra Christmas cheer to the homebound this week. Surprises are scheduled to go out with this week’s Winchester Meals on Wheels deliveries for more than 40 people who can’t leave their homes, said Kathy Neff, […]

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Demand for senior care grows in Clarke

Cathy Galvin, director of the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA), told the Clarke County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday that by 2020, adults 60 and older will make up 30 percent of Clarke County’s population.

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Rubbermaid Sale set for Jan. 25

On Saturday, Jan 25, Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging will be the recipient of half the proceeds of the monthly Rubbermaid Sale. Held in the parking lot of Belk at Apple Blossom Mall in Winchester, the sale begins at 8 AM and ends at noon.

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Be a Santa to a Senior

Many of SAAA’s homebound and center participants will be receiving presents from Home Instead’s “Be a Santa to a Senior Program.”

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