November 20, 2013

Senior Briefs: Nov. 20, 2013

RSVP seeking new, returningvolunteers for AARP Tax Aide Site

PLATTSBURGH — The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is seeking new and returning volunteers for the AARP Tax Aide Site at the Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County.

The Plattsburgh site is the second largest in northern New York to offer free tax preparation to seniors, individuals and families seeking earned income tax credit on their 2013 tax returns. Volunteers who enjoy people are needed to greet the public and assist in the smooth running of this operation. Shifts begin in mid-January. 

To register, call RSVP Director Kate Gardner at 566-0944.

Rockside Senior Music Club Christmas party coming up

ALTONA — The Rockside Senior Music Club will be holding a Christmas party on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Rainbow Banquet Hall, Gold Room.

Music will be provided by Replay. The meal will be prime rib or stuffed chicken breast. The cost is $20 per person. Tickets are on sale now but are limited. The party is open to the public; all ages are welcome.

For more information, call Cathy Coty at 236-7376, Gladys Rabideau at 236-7207 or the Banquet Hall at 236-5030.

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