Senior Yoga will run on Mondays and Wednesdays between March 11 and April 17.
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Friday, February 15
The following information was provided by the Scotch Plains Recreation Department. The Scotch Plains Recreation Commission is proud to announce the next Senior Yoga session will begin registering on Tuesday, March 5th. Senior Yoga will run on Mondays and Wed. beginning March 11th to April 17th for 12 sessions from Noon to 1:00pm. The class will feature yoga that can be done either traditionally or in a chair. The class will also use bands to help with stretching and toning the body. Registration can be done in person at the Recreation Office, beginning at 8:30am on March 5th or completed online at www.scotchplainsnj.com and clicking on the “Community Pass” link and selecting the “2013 Winter Brochure” season. The fee for the class is…
Scotch Plains OEM Director, Paul Malool coordinated the meals.
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Saturday, November 3, 2012
The following information was provided by Councilman, Kevin Glover. Residents of the Lake Avenue senior housing apartment complex enjoyed a warm and hearty meal during the power outage. Food was donated by the Muscle Maker Grill at RWJ at SP and the A&P in Clark. The meal was prepared by the staff of the Stage House in Scotch Plains. This undertaking was coordinated by SP OEM Director Paul Malool assisted by SP residents. Mr Malool also obtained a generator to open Scotch Hills CC as a temporary warming station during the afternoon. Citizens I(Kevin Glover) met at both locations were extremely appreciative of the kind and caring actions taken to help them, and wanted their appreciation conveyed to all who were involved in this effort.
Shop for SAGE will donate 20 percent of proceeds towards programs for senior citizens. Artisans and shop owners from Chatham, Westfield, Hillsborough, New Providence, Madison, Mendham, Scotch Plains and Stirling will be on hand to offer their merchandise
SAGE Eldercare will hold its first “Shop for SAGE” event today, May 3 from 10 am to 7 pm at 290 Broad Street in Summit. Local artisans will be on hand to sell elegant handbags, chic fashion and jewelry, fabulous artwork, homemade treats, dazzling stationery, fragrant lotions and soaps and more! “We are very excited to bring together some unique vendors who are willing to help support SAGE Eldercare services and programs,” stated Dawn Knill, Director of Development for SAGE. “This is a great opportunity forgetting the perfect Mother’s Day gift, graduation presents, year-end teacher gifts and more,” she added. Some of the local vendors include: Sandella Art – Sandy Marmorato, Summit After teaching art for many years, Sandy Marmorato …