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Seniors offer insight, experience to benefit Fort Worth

Posted May 15, 2019

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seniors playing games and laughing
Billiards and board games keep these older Americans engaged and active.

Each year, older adults make a positive impact in and around Fort Worth. As volunteers, employees, employers, educators, mentors, advocates and more, they offer insight and experience that benefit the entire community.

That’s why Older Americans Month has been recognizing the contributions of this growing population for 56 years.

Led by the Administration for Community Living each May, Older Americans Month provides resources to help older Americans stay healthy and independent, along with resources to help communities support and celebrate their diversity.

Learn how seniors at two local community centers — Diamond Hill and Handley-Meadowbrook — are contributing to Fort Worth.

Find a Fort Worth community center near you.

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