COA NEWS & EVENTS
The Crawford County Council on Aging is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Golden Years Hall of Fame! Nominations due September 21st! Call 419-562-3050 for more information.
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The Crawford County Council on Aging held the 35th Annual Senior Citizens Day at the Crawford County Fair on Thursday, July 19th. Over 375 area residents attended the free 1920's themed event full of entertainment. (Watch for pictures on here and our facebook)
Crawford County Council on Aging extends many thanks to everyone who supported and sponsored our activities/events during Older Americans Month! We are proud of Crawford County for coming together to pay tribute to our community.
The Crawford County Council on Aging and Specialized Transportation recently recognized their transportation drivers with a "SAFE DRIVING CERTIFICATE." To be eligible for recognition, each maintained an accident-free record for a minimum of one year from date of hire and completed the National Safety Council's driving course.
The Crawford County Council on Aging along with Crawford County Partnership recieved the Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging's 2017 Project Collaboration Award. The Council on Aging along with the Crawford County Partnership worked together in May of 2017 when they provided the Senior Extravaganza/Spectacular in recognition of Older Americans Month. Due to the wonderful turnout the event will now be held annually in May in celebration of Older Americans Month.
On October 19, 2017, Six “Outstanding Senior Citizens” were inducted into the “Crawford County Golden Years Hall of Fame” honoring outstanding senior citizens for their distinctive service to the community. CONGRATULATIONS!
A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who stopped by to support the State of the Sandwich restuarant on wheels during their visit to the Crawford County Council on Aging! Your support is greatly appreciated!
Thank you to everyone who supported the Crawford County Council on Aging's Chicken BBQ.
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The year may be 2017, but when you walked into the Youth Building at the Crawford County Fair on July 20th you were back in the 1950’s. Over 375 seniors, caretakers, vendors and entertainers attended the 34th annual Senior Citizens day event organized by the Crawford County Council on Aging.
The Crawford County Council on Aging offers a variety of services for county residents. Call 419-562-3050 (toll free 1-800-589-7853) for more information and to start today.
Senior Garden now available for local seniors to enjoy! Call 419-562-3050 for more information.
Over 200 Crawford County Seniors enjoyed a day of fun, food and fellowship on May 18th as they attended the first annual Senior Extravaganza at the Trillium Event Center. The Crawford County Council on Aging partnered with the CU Leadership to provide a community event in recognition of Older Americans Month.
Over 80 community members were in attendance during the Crawford County Council on Aging's Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on Friday, April 14th. The Staff at the Council on Aging welcomed visitors of all ages with a bake sale, a pancake and sausage breakfast,a craft area and pictures with the Easter Bunny. Special thank you to Hord's Livestock who assisted in sponsoring the event and those who supported and attended.
The Timken Foundation presented the Crawford County Council on Aging with a check on Tuesday, April 4th. The Council on Aging received a Timken Foundation grant to purchase a new convection oven and to update company computer software. Thank you to the Timken Foundation for your support. Pictured: (l to r) Michele Hoffman, Fiscal Manager; Laurie York, Nutirition Cook, Brittany Locker; Nutrition Supervisor; Cassie Herschler, Executive Director; Robert Hiltbrand, Timken Plant Manager
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!! Print off the attached survey regarding our current Activities Program at the Crawford County Council on Aging. Fill it out and return it to the Senior Center or email it to email@example.com. Your input is important to us. We appreciate your support and contribution toward our growing Activities Program!
The Crawford County Council on Aging is available to senior citizens, groups and civic organizations to use the assembly area and parking lot of the Senior Center for activities, meeting and fund raising events. The facility can be reserved for events on a first come, first served basis. There are three rental options available along with a $50 deposit. Each reservation requires a signed "Building Rental Agreement". Contact the Council on Aging at 419-562-3050 to make your reservation or for additional information.
The Crawford County Council on Aging Board of Trustees selected new Officers for the 2017 fiscal year.
We Honor Veterans Ceremony to be held on November 4th at 1:30pm at the Crawford County Council on Aging sponsored by Kindred Hospice. All veterans who served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard, and their family and friends are invited to attend.
On October 18th the Council on Aging inducted five “Outstanding Senior Citizens” into the “Crawford County Golden Years Hall of Fame”. The program held at the Senior Center recognized; (Pictured left to right) Front Row: J. William (Bill) Stepro of Galion, Rev. Lewis Copley of Galion, Back Row: James Croneis of Bucyrus, Carol Kable of Galion, Carl Watt of Galion.
On September 22nd the Council on Aging held a volunteer ceremony to honor all the Senior Center volunteers for their years of service. If interested in becoming a volunteer please contact Brittany Locker at 419-562-3050.
Thank you to Sue Stander from Norton's Flowers.
Crawford County Council on Aging, Heartland of Bucyrus, and Crawford County Fair Board sponsored the 33rd Annual Senior Citizens Day at the Crawford County Fair on Thursday, July 21st.
Accessories Bingo event raised over $1,000 toward Activities Department!
Ribbon cutting was held on May 20th for the new kitchen. Pictured are Chamber of Commerce members, community members and Council on Aging staff.
The Bucyrus Rotary Club raised money and donated over $7,000 to purchase a new convection steamer for our new kitchen. Pictured is Rotary members and Cassie Herschler, Council on Aging Executive Director