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Gloucester seniors express concern about changes at center

Several Gloucester senior citizens expressed concern recently about the future of Bay Aging’s Active Lifestyle Center in the county, formerly known as the Gloucester Senior Center. The residents appealed to the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors at its May 5 meeting in the colonial courthouse for help to address issues regarding the management of the center.

Bay Aging’s President and CEO Kathy Vesley said that while there have been a number of recent changes at the center, these changes “reflect the emerging needs and interests of the county’s senior population.”

Ark resident Jerry Nelson, who said he was there representing other seniors from the center, said that “there’s been some changes up there that some of the citizens that go there don’t understand what’s happened. They’ve reached out for help from people that would listen, but it’s kind of fallen on deaf ears.”

Gloucester resident Vivienne Brady said...

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