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County to Celebrate Residents Age 90 and Over at Edison Senior Center

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Middlesex County Office of Aging and Disabled Services will once again hold Birthday Bashes for senior citizens age 90 and over as part of its National Older Americans Month celebration.

Four lunchtime events have been scheduled this year beginning at 11 a.m. on;

May 7 at the Old Bridge Senior Center - The Old Bridge luncheon will honor residents from Helmetta, Monroe Township, Old Bridge, South River and Spotswood.

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May 14 at the South Brunswick Senior Center - The South Brunswick luncheon will honor residents of Cranbury, East Brunswick, Jamesburg, Milltown, North Brunswick, South Brunswick and Plainsboro.

May 20 at the Piscataway Senior Center - The Piscataway luncheon will honor residents of Carteret, Dunellen, Highland Park, Middlesex, New Brunswick, Piscataway and South Plainfield.

May 27 at the Edison Senior Center - The Edison luncheon will honor residents from Edison, Metuchen, Perth Amboy, Sayreville, South Amboy and Woodbridge.

“We are happy we can give these special seniors a chance to enjoy the “limelight” with the recognition luncheon and entertainment,” said Gerry Mackenzie, Community Services Department Head.

 

All County residents who are 90 and older are invited so we can celebrate their lives and accomplishments.

Traditionally, about 150 seniors age 90 and over attend each lunch. Each celebrant is invited with one guest. A few spots remain for this year, but registration is required.

Seniors wishing to attend who need transportation to the event should check with their local senior centers. They also may call Middlesex County Area Transit at 

1-800-221-3520 to make a reservation.

For information or to register for an event, call 732-745-4267.

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