Valentine’s King And Queen Are Crowned
The Chautauqua Adult Day Services Taft and Present centers celebrated Valentine’s Day and crowned a king and queen.
Larry Feldt was chosen as king and Ann Nickerson was chosen as queen. Nickerson is 98 years old and Feldt is 71. Felix Ortiz was the disc jockey for the celebration. He played a wide variety of music for everyone’s enjoyment, including a special dance for the king and queen. He also brought special glow sticks that he gave to the participants to take home. Refreshments were served.
Chautauqua Adult Day Services, offers senior day programs for adults 60 years of age and older who live in the community.
The day programs enable seniors to remain at home and obtain quality of life through socialization and activity programing.
In addition to providing a break for caregivers, the sites provide breakfast, snack and a hot noon time meal for participants. There is also a community recreation program that helps seniors participate in outings in the community.
The sites offer pet therapy, ceramics, music programs, arts and crafts on an ongoing basis. In addition, the agency also has a Saturday program in Jamestown which helps participants stay involved in community events and outdoor recreation. Funding is available.
The Chautauqua Adult Day Services, is a not-for-profit United Way community partner that provides an affordable option for older adults in the community to remain independent and at home.
Chautauqua Adult Day Services has four sites throughout Chautauqua County located in Westfield, Jamestown and Dunkirk.
One of its sites in Jamestown, the Present Center, is a program specifically for older adults with Alzheimer’s disease.
For more information visit www.seniordayprograms.com or call 326-6842 in Westfield, 366-8786 in Dunkirk and 665-4899 in Jamestown.