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Arnprior Quilters Guild donate 46 beautiful Christmas Placemats for our Meals on Wheels Clients – December 5, 2020
Seniors At Home Program were thrilled to once again receive from the Arnprior Quilters Guild 46 beautiful hand made Christmas place mats for our Meals on Wheels Clients. Pictured left to right; Jane Wickware of the Arnprior Quilters Guild and Nancy Peck, Program Coordinator with Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home Program Inc.
Homemade Treats from Board Members, Gateway Church and Friends of Seniors at Home – June 8, 2020
“Keep Smiling under these Homemade Masks!” – May 22, 2020″
Our new connection between ACTS (Arnprior area Churches Together in Service) just keeps on giving. Not only, together as a team, are we able to help out the Seniors in our Community with an ‘additional’ Grocery Program during COVID-19 for ‘free’ but we also just received an anonymous donation of 15 Face Masks with more to come, which was an anonymous donation through an ACTS initiative.
Welcome addition to the fleet of ABM Seniors at Home – March 2, 2020
A $400,000 grant from the Ministry of Transportation through the Ontario Community Transportation Grant program has provided a welcome addition to the fleet of Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home. Executive Director Dennis Harrington proudly showed off the acquisition this morning at Arnprior Town Hall. Harrington says the new, large van brings Seniors at Home’s fleet total to six vehicles and greatly enhances capacity. The accessible van approval was one of only 39 successful across Ontario.
The accessible vehicle to support the Local Community Transportation program has arrived. This new vehicle is available to Arnprior residents through a partnership agreement with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO), under their Ontario Community Transportation Grant program. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/vSMo50yAUXq
Para-Transit Care Coach Fundraiser reaches $28,000 – February 10th, 2020