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Mayores Senior Center opens and welcomes Kingship Navigator

Mayores Senior Center moved into its new building last Tuesdayon South Avenue, adjacent to the Boys and Girls Club, One González Way, Toledo.

And on Thursday, Feb. 3, 4:00-5:30PM, a fifth Lucas County Kinship Club will be meeting at the senior center for a friendly, open-house-type atmosphere. A light supper will be served with recreation activities for children aged 7 to 17 at the Boys and Girls Club at the Community Center.

The Mayores Kinship Club will provide education, enrichment, and support to kinship families, according to Norma Ramos-Prater of Kinship Navigator, which is a creation of the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.,
2155 Arlington Avenue.

“The purpose of the program is to guide grandparents and other relatives, who are rearing children in their extended families to services in the community, and will be bilingual in nature,” said Ramos-Prater.

También, “Este programa esta diseñado especialmente para abuelos, tios, y otras familias que estan criando nietos, sobrinos, y otros niños que son parte de la familia,” dijo Ramos-Prater.

“Vengan con nosotros a aprender lo que la comunidad de Toledo ofrece a las familias. Niños de 7 a 17 años obtendran membrecia gratis en el Boys and Girls Club,” dijo Ramos-Prater.

Judy Paschalis is the Kinship Navigator Program Coordinator.

All interested individuals should attend this meeting or contact Ramos-Prater at 419-382-7060 [ext. 22].   





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