Senior Advisory Group of Central Michigan area –Michigan’s older adults are a $32 billion, a year economic force with income and assets that are critical to the state’s economy.  Join us as we learn, and…

Advocate on behalf of older adults for their independence, dignity, well-being and security as they age.

Work with others to identify and prioritize the needs of older adults in our communities.

Become the voice that ensures that all older adults are represented in aging programs, services and legislative bills.

*Join us by posting a message on this site, calling or e-mailing: 800-8581637 ext. 242, jeskea@region7aaa.org

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by AJ on 02/28/2011 at 1:56 PM

    Does anyone want to know more about the proposed budget for senior services in Michigan?

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    • Posted by Arlene Warner on 06/30/2011 at 9:53 AM

      Yes, I would like to know more and how I can be more active with the advocacy

      Reply

  2. We will invite you to participate in a Senior Advisory Group meeting!

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  3. Annette from this blog sent me a comment on my blog – http://theddnewsblog.blogspot.com/ – asking how to subscribe to The DD news Blog. I think you can get an RSS feed (don’t ask me what this is) but I’m not sure how you do that. I think then you get an e-mail whenever there is a new posting.

    I would be happy to put Annette on my email list for Friends of DD for updates. Some of my blogposts are sent out this way along with additional information on local and state issues. Please send me an e-mail at the address below to be added to my list.

    Jill

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