A Healthy Trend

Local United Way Focuses On Well-Being Of Seniors

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Posted: November 24, 2012

Lorna Malerba has a laugh as she uses a foam noodle to “play violin” during an activity at the adult day care program at Generations Crossing. The intergenerational program, supported by the local United Way, gets both children and older adults involved. (Photos by Stephen Mitchell)
Registered nurse Ruth Ann Horst passes notecards between Lorna Malerba (left) and Syamala Chalam during an activity in the adult day care program at Generations Crossing on Wednesday.
Older adults wield foam noodles for an event at the adult day care program at Generations Crossing on Wednesday. The intergenerational program receives support from the local United Way.
Editor’s Note: This is the final article in a three-part series examining the role the United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County plays in the areas of education, income and health in our…

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