Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres today welcomed the announcement by Andrew Constance, Minister for Ageing, that four local organisations will be receiving grants under the 2013 NSW Seniors Week Grants program.
NSW Seniors Week Grants are allocated to volunteer, local government and community organisations that plan to hold events during NSW Seniors Week 2013. NSW Seniors Week is an annual NSW Governmentcampaign presented by Ageing Disability and Home Care (ADHC).
\”I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the recipients of the grants for NSW Seniors week.\” Mr Ayres said.
Mr Ayres and Penrith Councillor Tricia Hitchen today met with representatives of the Penrith Older Women’s Network to congratulate them on their achievements.
Recipients of grants in Penrith are:
- Management Committee Penrith Valley Seniors – Celebrate with Penrith Valley Seniors Centre 30 Years Anniversary
- Penrith City Council – Live Life
- Penrith Older Women’s Network – Experience the Rhythm of Life
- Penrith Women’s Health Centre – Swinging the Years Away
\”Penrith City council are strong supporters of Seniors Week and welcome you to Celebrate Senior’s Week at a free musical event at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on 25 March.\” said Ms Hitchen.
\”The success of NSW Seniors week relies on involvement from organisations such as these and they are commended on their ongoing commitment to seniors in the Penrith area.\” said Mr Ayres.
NSW Seniors Week will be held from 17 to 24 March 2013