LETTER: For aging baby boomers, Port senior center is the place to be

To Ozaukee Press:

The aging of the massive generation born between 1946 and 1964 will have significant implications for the entire country, according to a series of recent Census Bureau reports.

Everyday many senior adults, 55 and older, come to the Port Washington Senior Adult Community Center to maintain their physical, social and mental strength. As our director, Catherine Keiner, has said, “the center is Only as strong as its members.”

As the center’s membership continues to grow, it needs feedback and leadership by its board of directors. Some of us are still working, while others have retired. The senior center is a leveling field that allows us to age better and smarter as we broaden our social horizons and move through the challenges of raising children, empty nesting, retirement and inevitable loss.

Here we are able to explore and find areas that encourage the building of new friendships, social structures and expansion of our circles of support.  The benefits of this type of community found at the center are as yet untested. Are you willing to be a pioneer?

We are headed for bigger and better changes at the center. If you’re 55 or older, consider becoming a member—because we need you.

Lynn Kassouf

Board of directors

Port Washington Senior 

Adult Community Center

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