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Oswego County Honors Older Americans

OSWEGO – The Oswego County Legislature’s Human Services Committee recently presented a proclamation designating May as Older Americans Month.

Since the Older Americans Act of 1955, programs and services have been available to help older adults live longer, healthier lives in the communities of their choice.

Celebrating Older Americans
Celebrating Older Americans

These programs complement existing systems, support family caregivers, and address issues such as exploitation, neglect and abuse as well.

Pictured from left are Bradley Trudell, District 7; Thomas Drumm, District 16; Daniel T. Farfaglia, District 24; Oswego County Office for the Aging Director Sara Sunday; Committee Chairman Roy E. Reehil, District 5; Committee Vice Chairman Tim Stahl, District 20; and James Karasek, District 22.