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Thursday April 2nd, 2020 - 3:45 pm

Kingston Council on Aging

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Missing everyone ❤️

I missed my Bingo Crew today!!

Hope the COA is hanging in there.

Thursday April 2nd, 2020 - 3:31 pm

Kingston Council on Aging

Reminder to all Kingston Seniors: During this COVID-19 crisis, if you receive a call from someone saying they are from the Kingston Council on Aging and would like to help you. If you do not recognize the caller, or phone number, please call the Senior Center at 781-585-0511 to confirm it was the COA who is offering the service. DO NOT GIVE OUT ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION OR YOUR ADDRESS without confirming first that the call came from the Kingston Council on Aging.
At this time only COA staff and reassigned Town employees are representing the COA. We currently do not have any other volunteers or groups representing services offered by the Kingston Council on Aging.
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Monday March 30th, 2020 - 4:56 pm

Kingston Council on Aging

If you or any senior 60+ could use a little extra help with meals, please contact Old Colony Elder Services at 508-584-1561 ask for Intake & Referral and ask to be put on the Meals-on-Wheels program. Even if you only use the service temporarily to get you through this unusual time, you will receive a nutritionally based meal 7 days a week!
Any questions please reach out to the Kingston Senior Center at 781-585-0511
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Friday March 27th, 2020 - 5:46 pm

Kingston Council on Aging

Earlier today Kingston aired its third LIVE COVID-19 Update on PACTV (Plymouth Area Community Television). If you missed it, please visit the link below.

Today's program featured updates from Fire Chief Mark Douglass (Kingston Fire & Emergency Management), Director of Elder, Affairs Paula Rossi-Clapp (Kingston Council on Aging), Library Tech, Mike Slawson (Kingston Public Library), and State Rep. Kathy LaNatra.

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