To learn more about FoBS …
Please join our Annual Meeting on Weds October 11th at 6pm, at the Bolton Public Safety Building. Everyone is welcome!
Next Tuesday November 21 – The Central Mass Railroad
Bolton resident Ed Sterling has a life-long interest in trains and railroads, and will discuss the history of the “The Central Mass.” Using maps, and many photos, he will take us on an imaginary train trip from Boston out to Clinton. The program will be followed by our annual Thanksgiving dinner..
The Senior Cookout was amazing!
Thanks to EVERYONE who made it possible! And especially to the Lions for cooking!
Make sure to check out all sort of helpful information about fuel assistance, meals etc on our resources and programs pages!
And please “like” and follow us on www.facebook.com/fobsbolton
Future Tuesday Connections:
- December 19 – Raise your voices in song to usher in the holiday season with members from the First Parish Church.
- January 16 – Nutrition: Fuel Your Body for Health & Wellbeing. Learn the best ways to give your body the balanced nutrition that it needs in a food demo and presentation by Alexander Welch from the Montachusett Opportunity Council.
- February 20 – A Chat with Ruea Baum. The Bolton Historical Society presents a video program produced by Bolton Access TV featuring Bolton resident Ruea Baum. In it Ruea shares her story of growing up in Bolton and serving as a U.S. Army nurse in England and France during World War II. You don’t want to miss this program.
Annual membership drive
Friends of the Bolton Seniors did well in its last membership drive. Through generous donations from the Bolton community, FOBS has been able to help with services and programs for Bolton Seniors. Of course many seniors stay active; but others need our help. Please join us in fulfilling our mission by becoming a member.
If you are a senior in need of assistance, our list organizations and agencies can help.
Senior Assistance Fund: FOBS provides funds to Bolton seniors in need for unforeseen or emergency assistance. No one should have to make the decision to sacrifice essentials such as food or medication because of a financial crisis or unforeseen expenses. If you or someone you know is in need, we can help. Lisa D’Eon has the form and can also give you guidance on whether we can help or not.