Sequestration and Government Shut Down caused delays in Federal grant payments that threatened transportation service interruptions.
The high school students worked hard to create two scarecrows and shared stories with the seniors about scarecrows and Halloween.
The combination of rising costs and reduced governmental assistance has forced many of our Seniors into desperate circumstances.
The Rotary Club of Amelia presented a check for five thousand dollars to the Executive Director of the Council on Aging of Nassau.
Frame Up for Fun in the Adult Day Healthcare at Council on Aging of Nassau
The painting will be auctioned off at the gala, being held Sunday evening, October 7 at the OMNI Amelia Island Plantation.
Saturday, September 8th, The Rotary Sunrise and your Council on Aging will hold a walk-a-thon in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
These Rolling Billboards will cost about $400 for the side of the bus, and $200 for the back of the bus, per month.
The Council on Aging of Nassau’s COA Transportation Services Adjusts fees to Budget Realities
Patriotism was the thought for the day as the Council on Aging of Nassau County celebrated Flag Day!
The Adult Day health care seniors worked with area children to complete several projects in time for a Memorial Day celebration.
Memorial Day Golf Tournament features Field of Honor signs to honor friends and family members who have served in the Armed Forces.
Partners in Planting: Council on Aging’s Adult Day Care and Lisa Mallo’s class from Fernandina Beach High School.
Council on Aging of Nassau staff gives a whole new meaning to the term Garden Party
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