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Friends of the North Reading Council on Aging
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Who we are:

The Friends of the North Reading Council on Aging, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed to support and enhance the good works of the Edith A. O'Leary Senior Center and the population it serves, the age 60 and over population of North Reading.  Seniors today represent a diverse group of individuals with a wide array of needs.  A broad spectrum of services and programming is needed to reach out to our seniors and serve them well.  The current budget creates a financial challenge to properly serve these needs.  Become a supporting member with a tax-deductible donation.  For questions or further information please call the Center at 978-664-5600.


How can you help?

Whether you are a "senior" or not, we welcome you to join us.  Together we bring new energy, enthusiasm and commitment to support plans for the present and the future.  Today's seniors are active, engaged in life and eager for quality programs and an array of services from their Senior Center.  The Friends plan to meet many needs and challenges and have fun doing it!

Join Us!

We welcome you to join and let your voice be heard!

Dues contributions are modest - Click here for Friends 2014 - 2015 Application

60 years and over .................................... see applicaion
Under 60 .................................................. see application

Meetings are every other month at the Senior Center.  Watch for announcements in the paper and on cable.

For more information about the Friends, please contact
The Senior Center 978-664-5600

 
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