PERTH AMBOY — Mayor Wilda Diaz celebrated the seniors of Perth Amboy during the fourth annual Senior Appreciation Day Picnic held Sept. 28 at the Alexander F. Jankowski Community Center on Olive Street.
Activities such as dancing, arts and crafts, Zumba, caricature portraits, massages and blood pressure, glucose, BMI screenings and lunch were provided for over 170 seniors by United HealthCare, Raritan Bay Medical Center, St. Peter’s Medical Mobile Unity and Robert Wood Johnson.
“They had a great time. I want to thank all the sponsors, partners and coordinators who provided such a gathering for our Perth Amboy seniors,” said Mayor Wilda Diaz.
Senior groups who attended were from Graceland Adult Medical Day Care Center, St. John Church, Housing Authority, Conquered Missionary Baptist Seniors, Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, St. James AME Church, Cathedral Baptist Church, and 2nd Home Adult Medical Day Care Center.
Diaz was also joined by a number of seniors after lunch for the ribbon cutting of the new senior van, which seats 22 people and is handicap accessible as it accommodates for two wheel chairs.
Perth Amboy senior citizens enjoy the city’s fourth annual Senior Appreciation Day Picnic on Sept. 28 (Photo courtesy of Perth Amboy)
Senior citizens check out Perth Amboy’s new senior van, which seats 22 and is handicap accessible. (Photo courtesy of Perth Amboy)
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