2007-07-06 / Community

Information Seminar For Local Seniors

Assemblywoman Titus Presents Check For Van Service

Titus greets some of the seniors. Titus greets some of the seniors. Assemblywoman Michele R. Titus, in collaboration with Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation (OBCDC) and the Edgemere Neighborhood Action Community Team (ENACT) sponsored a Senior Information Seminar on June 29.

The seminar provided the seniors with information about their social security benefits and other services provided to them. Among the invited guests were representatives from the Social Security Administration, Department of Aging, JASA, Rockaway Vendor Housekeeping Services, Rockaway Home Attendant Service and the Weatherization Referral and Packaging Program (W.R.A.P.).

Titus (seated, third from left) presented Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation with a check for $50,000 to purchase a van to provide free transportation around the peninsula to senior citizens and the disabled. Titus (seated, third from left) presented Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation with a check for $50,000 to purchase a van to provide free transportation around the peninsula to senior citizens and the disabled. Over 40 senior citizens attended the seminar. Over 40 senior citizens attended the seminar. Representatives who attended the Senior Information Seminar. From left: Patricia Simon, Executive Director of Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation; Darnley Jones from the Department of Aging; Susan Leshen from JASA: Titus; James Glasser from the Social Security Administration; and Regina Enman from W.R.A.P. Representatives who attended the Senior Information Seminar. From left: Patricia Simon, Executive Director of Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation; Darnley Jones from the Department of Aging; Susan Leshen from JASA: Titus; James Glasser from the Social Security Administration; and Regina Enman from W.R.A.P.

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