New Senior Community Program Debuts in Upper Park Heights

Northwest Neighbors Connecting, a support network to help seniors live in their homes, will launch Sunday, March 10 with a free event features displays, entertainers and light refreshments.

Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC), a volunteer support network to help seniors live in their home communities as long as possible, will unveil its program from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at the Pikesville Senior Center, 1301 Reisterstown Rd.

Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will speak at this free event, which will also feature informational displays, entertainers and light refreshments.
NNC is designed for seniors in the Northern Park Heights area. Members will receive and provide an array of services such as transportation assistance, odd jobs done around the house, social events and check-in calls.

Those interested in the program—both as members and as volunteers—will learn more about how they can become engaged.
Northwest Neighbors Connecting is a cross-cultural and intergenerational program committed to the needs of the community and sponsored by CHAI: Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc., an agency of THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore

Shuttle service will be provided from Park Heights to Pikesille. For more information, call 410-NNC-NNC-0 (410-662-6620) or contact us at nncbaltimore@gmail.com

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