Atlantic County

Community chorus seeks male voices: The Mainland Choral Society needs tenors and basses for its annual Christmas concert to be held Dec. 6. Rehearsals are 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays at Christ Episcopal Church, Shore Road and Meyran Avenue in Somers Point. There is $20 membership fee to participate. For information, call 609-432-7876.

Legacy of Giving tribute: The Community Foundation of South Jersey will honor attorney Lloyd D. Levenson at the Legacy of Giving celebration at the Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa in Atlantic City on Oct. 3. Cocktails are from 6 to 7 p.m., followed by dinner and the program. There will be a performance by tenor Christopher Macchio. The ceremony honors Levenson for his efforts in philanthropy and leadership. Levenson is Chief Executive Officer of the law firm Cooper Levenson and chairman of the Casino & iGaming Law practice group, the Cannabis Law Section, as well as the Government Services group. For sponsorship and ticket information, visit CommunityFoundationSJ.org

Track and field officials certification: The Southern Bayshore Track & Field Association has positions available for interested candidates to be a NJSIAA paid official in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties. For more information and to register, call Jackie Becker at 609-335-3132 or email becker55@aol.com

Atlantic County Animal Shelter Purricane Month promotion: Residents who may be considering adopting a cat or kitten are encouraged to take advantage of the current promotion at the Atlantic County Animal Shelter. Taking place through Monday, Sept. 30, the regular $85 adoption fee will be reduced to $25 to help increase pet adoptions. The shelter is open to the public seven days a week, 1 to 4 p.m., with the exception of Tuesday, when it closes at 3 p.m. It is located at 240 Old Turnpike Road in Pleasantville. For more information about the Atlantic county Animal Shelter, call 609-485-2345 or go to ACLink.org/AnimalShelter.

‘Setting Boundaries for Healthy Relationships’ NAMI workshop: The Mental Health Association in Atlantic County and NAMI Atlantic/Cape May present a free joint workshop called “Setting Boundaries for Healthy Relationships” Saturday, Oct. 5 at Sal’s Cafe, 501 New Road, Somers Point. Registration and breakfast is 8:30 to 9 a.m. and the program is from 9 a.m. to noon. Learn and practice the skills necessary to set appropriate boundaries with your loved ones who live with mental illness. To register, call 609-652-3800, ext. 301 or visit EventBrite.com.

Atlantic County Women’s Hall of Fame nominations sought: The Atlantic County Women’s Hall of Fame is accepting nominations of outstanding women in Atlantic County for the 2020 induction. Can didates must be women born or raised in Atlantic County, or an Atlantic County resident or employed in Atlantic County for at least 10 years. Categories for consideration are arts/entertainment; athletics; business; education; government; journalism/media; law; medicine/health/sciences; philanthropy; public service; religion; social services; and volunteerism. Posthumous nominations may also be submitted. Nominations must be received by Oct. 15. For information, call 609-272-1469 or visit acwnj.org.

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Arts studio tour: The Artists Guild of the Cape will host its second annual studio tour from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 12 and 13, rain or shine. Locations are from Somers Point to Cape May Point, from Wildwood to Woodbine. There will be about 33 artists and 26 studios open each day for free. For more information, call Stan Sperlak at 609-827-6423 or visit the group’s Facebook page.

Cape Assist offers counseling services for gambling addiction: Cape Assist partners with the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey to offer funded treatment to those suffering from gambling problems and their family members. The services will be offered through the Cape Assist Counseling Department. All clinical staff have been trained to provide services. If you or someone you love has a gambling problem and would like counseling services, call Cape Assist at 609-522-5960 to request an intake or if you would like more information, email Sandy@capeassist.org.

Cape Assist is located at 3819 New Jersey Ave., Wildwood. Must be a resident of New Jersey and 18 years or older. For more information, visit CapeAssist.org.

New bike brochure available: The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee of Cape May announces the availability of “Explore Cape May Island, NJ, by Bicycle!” The eight-fold brochure opens up to a bicyclist’s safety routing map running through three municipalities on the island: Cape May, West Cape May and Cape May Point. The map is available at the Cape May Chamber Welcome Center and various businesses throughout town, Cape May Convention Hall and at CapeMayCity.com and CapeMayChamber.com. For more information, call 609-884-9565 or email recdept@capemaycity.com.

Submariners wanted: The South Jersey Submarine Association invites service members who served on a U.S. military submarine to join the organization. For more information, call Cmdr. Tom Innocente at 609-927-4358.

Free training grants available through the T.Byrd Center: Those recently laid off or only working 20 hours or less could qualify for a free training grant through the T.Byrd Center in Pleasantville. Apply now for new, upcoming classes. The training grants offer certifications to give participants the skills needed for their next job. The Center also now offers online programs for veterans. Call or visit the website for information regarding ongoing classes. The Center is located at 1501 S. New Road. Call 609-484-9356 or visit TByrdCenter.com.

Bacharach offers arthritis pool classes: Senior adults ages 60 and older who live in Atlantic County, have a doctor’s diagnosis of arthritis and are eligible for Medicaid, the PAAD program or Senior Gold, may apply for an Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program grant offered by the County Division of Intergenerational Services. The Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program is a gentle exercise program for seniors. Classes encourage flexibility, increase range of motion and promote circulation. The class meets Tuesdays or Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the heated therapy pool at Bacharach in Pomona. The grant covers the cost of 10 classes (10 weeks) for eligible participants. After completing the grant, participants are welcome to self-pay for the program at $100 for 10 classes. Participants must provide their own transportation. For more information, or to register, call 609-748-5250.

Friendly calls from CONTACT: Residents in Atlantic and Cape May counties who are disabled, elderly or isolated can sign up to receive daily reassurance calls from CONTACT Cape-Atlantic. The service is free. For more information, call 609-823-1850.

Volunteer nurses needed: Volunteers in Medicine in Egg Harbor Township is in need of volunteer nurses for its free clinic in the Family Service Association building on English Creek Road. Variable days and hours are available. You must have a current New Jersey nursing license. For more information, call 609-867-6384 or email lpancoast@vimsj.org.

Explorer Post for Environmental Careers: The Atlantic County Utilities Authority Explorer Post offers young people a chance to learn about environmental career fields. Meetings are open to all high school students ages 14 to 18. The group meets at the facility’s main property at 6700 Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Township. For more information, call 609-272-6950 or visit ACUA.com.

Atlantic, Cape May Democrats seek members: Atlantic County Democratic Chairman Michael Suleiman and Cape May County Democratic Chairman Brendan Sciarra announce the formation of Cape-Atlantic Democratic Unity, a partnership between the Democratic Committees in the two counties to foster growth of the political party in South Jersey. The club will feature joint fundraising and voter contact efforts to help recruit candidates, enact good public policy and to help individual municipal Democratic organizations grow. For more information or to get involved, email CapeAtlanticDemocraticUnity@gmail.com.

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CASA volunteers needed: Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties seeks volunteer advocates for children living in foster care. Training is free. For information, call 609-601-7800 or visit AtlanticCapeCASA.org.

VIM seeks volunteers: Volunteers in Medicine needs volunteers to help staff its free health care clinic to serve uninsured members of the community in the Family Service Association building at English Creek Road in Egg Harbor Township. Administrative and medical volunteers are needed. For information, call Annmarie Graham at 609-867-6384 or email volunteerac@vimsj.org.

Community FoodBank seeks volunteers: The Community FoodBank of New Jersey—Southern Branch is seeking volunteers to support its mission of combatting hunger in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties. Volunteers are needed to work in the organization’s Egg Harbor Township Community Access Pantry. The FoodBank also offers volunteer opportunities in its mobile pantries and in food packing and sorting and office support. The FoodBank is located at 6735 Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Township. For more information, call 609-383-8843, ext. 114 or visit CFBNJ.org/Volunteer.

Stockton seeks volunteers for lifestyle and brain health research project: Stockton University needs volunteers between 35 and 64 years of age to participate in a research project on brain health at Stockton University’s Galloway Township campus, 101 Vera King Farris Drive. The goal is to learn more about the physiological changes in the brain that occur during aging and how lifestyle choices serve to protect the brain. The study is comprised of two sessions, each about an hour long. Male and female participants of all races and ethnicities are sought. Participants who are left-handed are also sought. To learn more, call associate Professor Jessica Fleck and the Brain Research Team at 609-626-3444 or visit stockton.edu/brainresearch.

CASA volunteers needed: Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties seeks volunteer advocates for children living in foster care. Training is free. Information sessions will be held the first Tuesday of each month at the CASA office, 321 Shore Road, Somers Point. For more information, call 609-601-7800 or visit AtlanticCapeCASA.org.

‘1,000 Books Before Kindergarten’: The Atlantic County Library System offers a free new reading initiative for families with young children. The program encourages reading 1,000 books to your infant, toddler and/or preschooler before he or she starts kindergarten. To start, register at any of the nine branches of the library system and receive a free 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten reading log. Each time you read a book with your child, record it in the log. The program is self-paced. All children who have yet to start kindergarten are eligible to participate. To learn more, visit atlanticlibrary.org or 1000booksbeforekindergarten.org.

Explorer Post for Environmental Careers: The Atlantic County Utilities Authority’s Explorer Post for environmental careers is held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. fourth Thursdays through May for students in grades nine through 12. The post emphasizes career exploration, leadership experience, character education, life skills and service learning for environmental career fields. The program is open to all high school students ages 14 to 18 and meets one evening a month at ACUA. Explorers will meet with staff from a different department each month to learn about the work that is done and what skills and training are needed for different jobs. Students can join the program at any time. The ACUA is located at 6700 Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Township. Call 609-272-6950 or visit ACUA.com/Explorer.

Speakers Bureau available for community organizations: The Angelic Palliative & Hospice Care Speaker’s Bureau is available to community, civic and service organizations whose members would like to learn more about healthcare topics. This is a free community service. Speakers include registered nurses, clinical specialists, licensed social workers and spiritual care and emotional support professionals. Angelic Palliative & Hospice Care serves Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Camden and Ocean counties. To schedule a speaker, call Director of Public Relations and Giving Margie Barham at 609-822-7979 or email mbarham@angelichospice.net.

Submariners wanted: The South Jersey Submarine Association invites service members who served on a U.S. military submarine to join the organization. For more information, call Cmdr. Tom Innocente at 609-927-4358.

Hospice volunteers needed: Heartland Hospice is looking for dedicated, caring volunteers with an interest in visiting hospice patients and their families in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean counties. Volunteers offer support, companionship and practical, compassionate help for patients and families. Office help for the agency is also needed. A flexible schedule for volunteer training is offered throughout the year. For more information, call the volunteer coordinator at 609-641-4675.

Disability center survey: The Artemis Center for Independent Living, located in Galloway, is offering an online or in-person survey for individuals with disabilities. The survey will be used to help mold future services, workshops and events offered in Atlantic County. The survey is anonymous and is for youth up to seniors. The survey can be found on the website, ArtemisCIL.org or taken in person at the center, located at 4 East Jimmie Leeds Road, Suite 7, Galloway Township. For questions about the survey, call 609-748-2253.

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Catholic school seeks alumni: Our Lady Star of the Sea Elementary School in Atlantic City is updating its alumni database. Former students are asked to email their contact information and graduation year to OLSSAlumni@hotmail.com.

Volunteers needed as advocates for foster children: CASA of Atlantic and Cape May Counties is seeking volunteers. Training is free. For more information, call 609-601-7800 or visit AtlanticCapeCASA.org.

VIM call for volunteers: Volunteers in Medicine seeks volunteers and patients at its new medical clinic at the Family Service Association building at 3073 English Creek Ave., Egg Harbor Township. The facility offers services for the uninsured and under-insured. For more information, call 609-867-6384 or email volunteer coordinator Annmarie Graham at volunteerac@vimsj.org.

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VIM call for volunteers: Volunteers in Medicine is expanding to Atlantic County and needs administrative and medical volunteers to assist patients its clinic at the Family Service Association building at 3073 English Creek Ave., Egg Harbor Township. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. For more information, call Annmarie Graham, the volunteer coordinator, at 609-867-6384 or email volunteerac@vimsj.org.

Smile for a Lifetime Foundation accepting nominations: Brayces Orthodontics is accepting applications to award scholarships to children ages 11 to 18 who need, but cannot afford, orthodontic treatment. Students should be involved in community service, have good grades and fit the financial criteria. For more information or to request an application, call 609-272-9237 or email smile4alifetime@brayces.com.

Friendly telephone calls: Volunteers at Contact Cape-Atlantic provide daily phone calls to say hello and check that all is well for residents of Atlantic and Cape May counties who live independently and are disabled, elderly or isolated. The calls are free and confidential. Contact Cape-Atlantic is a nonprofit organization and a United Way partner agency. If you are interested in receiving calls, or know of someone who might be, call Debbi Holland at 609-823-0762.

Hospice volunteers needed: Heartland Hospice seeks volunteers to provide grief support to families in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean counties. Help is needed to make visits and/or supportive phone calls, coordinate and participate in support groups, grief seminars and memorial services, and to provide clerical support for newsletter mailings and other community resources. Volunteer training is provided. For more information call 609-641-4675.

Lending library: FACES 4 Autism seeks donations for its new lending library. Books, DVDs and other reference materials are needed at its office at 2900 Fire Road, Egg Harbor Township. For more information, call 609-380-4251 or email barbhaak@faces4autism.org.

Volunteers needed at food bank: The Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Southern Branch, needs help with day-to-day operations of the food pantry at 6735 Black Horse Pike and off-site distributions. If interested, call volunteer coordinator Maria Bocelle at 609-383-8843, ext. 114, or email mbocelle@cfbnj.org.

CASA training session: Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties is recruiting volunteers to be court advocates for children living in foster care. Applications are being accepted for a training session that begins in February. Individuals interested in learning more should attend one of CASA’s information sessions held the first Tuesday of each month at the CASA office at 321 Shore Road, Somers Point. For more information or to register, call 609-601-7800 or visit AtlanticCapeCASA.org.

Pet food drive: The Absecon Vet Pet Pantry is asking for donations of pet foods of all kinds to assist county residents who are struggling financially to feed their families and their pets. The pantry is housed inside the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Southern Branch, 6735 Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Township. Items also may be dropped off at Community Presbyterian Church, 1501 Brigantine Blvd., Brigantine, and Absecon Veterinary Hospital, 195 New Road, Absecon. For more information, call 609-646-7013.

JCC senior nutrition sites open: The Milton & Betty Katz Jewish Community Center operates eight nutrition sites for adults 60 and older in Brigantine, Buena, Egg Harbor City, Egg Harbor Township, Galloway Township, Hammonton, Northfield and Ventnor. They are open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for the Egg Harbor City site, which is open Tuesdays and Thursdays, and the Galloway site, open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Hot meals are served daily for $1. Transportation is provided free of charge by Atlantic County. The sites offer regular and holiday programming, including daily bingo, a card-players club, exercise classes, informational presentations and other activities. For more information, call 888-426-9243.

Donate iPods to Seashore Gardens: Seashore Gardens Living Center at 22 W. Jimmie Leeds Road, Galloway Township, will accept donations of old and unused iPods for its music therapy programs and activities. For more information, call Sharon D’Angio at 609-748-4614 or email dangios@seashoregardens.org.

Call for local artists: Ocean Heights Presbyterian Church, 2116 Ocean Heights Ave., Egg Harbor Township, has a professionally lighted art gallery space for artists to showcase their work throughout the year. The church is looking for local artists interested in displaying their art. For more information, call 609-788-0271 or email office@ohchurch.org.

Volunteers needed as advocates for foster children: CASA of Atlantic and Cape May Counties is seeking volunteers. Training is free. For more information, call 609-601-7800 or visit AtlanticCapeCASA.org.

CONTACT seeks volunteers: CONTACT Cape-Atlantic needs volunteers to make daily telephone calls to clients to make sure there are no medical emergencies. If you can help or are interested in receiving a free daily call, visit contactcapeatlantic.org or call Ann Magee at 609-823-1850.

New bereavement groups available: The Alcove Center For Grieving Children and Families at 376 Tilton Road in Northfield offers two new adult bereavement groups: loss due to addiction and loss due to suicide. Meetings are held 6 p.m. every other Tuesday. For information, call 609-484-1133 or visit thealcove.org.

Champions Club ministry for special needs children: Fresh Start Church at 1049 Ocean Heights Ave. in Egg Harbor Township offers a Champions Club ministry to provide age-appropriate worship for children with intellectual disabilities during services offered 5 p.m. Saturdays and at 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. Sundays. The ministry addresses children’s sensory, physical, spiritual and educational needs. For more information, call Lisa Price at 609-646-4693 or email lisa@freshstart.church.

JFS Holocaust Survivor Program: Jewish Family Service provides support and care for Holocaust survivors in Atlantic and Cape May counties. Individuals who resided in occupied countries during the Holocaust are eligible for services through the JFS Holocaust Survivor Program with funding provided by The Claims Conference. The program assists with services such as scheduling doctor’s appointments, emergency assistance, picking up medications, support groups, social events and other programs to improve quality of life. The agency also offers a monthly luncheon. To determine eligibility, call Tina Serota, associate director of Village by the Shore, at 609-822-1109 or email tserota@jfsatlantic.org.

Grants for Arthritis Pool Classes at Bacharach: Seniors 60 years of age or older who live in Atlantic County, have a doctor’s diagnosis of arthritis and are eligible for Medicaid, the PAAD program or Senior Gold may apply for an Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program grant offered by the County Division of Intergenerational Services. The Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program is a gentle exercise program for seniors. The class meets from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays or Thursdays in the heated therapy pool at Bacharach in Pomona. The grant covers the cost of 10 classes for eligible participants. For more information, call 609-748-5250.

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Habitat for Humanity applications available: Habitat for Humanity Atlantic County is a nonprofit organization provides housing to low-income families who are unable to secure a conventional mortgage. Applications will be screened for eligibility based on need, ability to pay a monthly mortgage and willingness to partner with Habitat. For more information, call 609-487-9472 or 609-487-9472.

CASA volunteers needed: CASA for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties is recruiting volunteers to be court advocates for children living in foster care. Individuals interested in learning more about volunteering can call 609-601-7800 or visit AtlanticCapeCASA.org.

Yoga for special needs: Grace and Glory Yoga and Heart of Surfing will provide a free weekly yoga class for families with members who have autism or other special needs. Classes are held Mondays from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m. at Grace and Glory, 1600 New Road, Northfield. They are open to all ages and skill levels. For more information, call 609-289-1111 or 609-705-5323.

Hospice volunteers needed: Heartland Hospice is looking for volunteers who can visit hospice patients and their families in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties. Volunteer service is based on an individual’s choice of commitment. Spanish-speaking and bilingual volunteers are particularly needed. Also needed are military veterans willing to visit other veterans. Volunteer training is offered throughout the year to fit an individual’s schedule. If you can help, or for more information, call the volunteer coordinator at 609-641-4675 or visit heartlandhospice.com.

Vets membership drive: The Korean War Veterans Association of Atlantic County Chapter 234 is open to new members. Any person who has seen honorable service in any of the Armed Forces of the United States is eligible for membership if service was within Korea, including territorial waters and airspace at any time from September 1945 to present, or outside of Korea from June 1950 to January 1955. For information, call Bill Coulter, past commander, at 609-513-3911.

Photography club: The Stay Focused Photo Club meets 10 a.m. the second Saturday of each month at Richard Stockton University, Room F-111, Galloway Township. Doors open 9:30 a.m. for social time. Photographers of every skill level are welcome. For information, visit stayfocusedphotoclub.org or email infor@stayfocusedphotoclub.org.

Museum seeks volunteers: The African American Heritage Museum at the Noyes Stockton Arts Garage, Atlantic City, is looking for volunteers to assist the museum. Ages 16 and older are welcome. A high school diploma or equivalent is required, along with basic computer and customer service experience. Volunteer spots are open through June 30, 2016. If interested, call Valeria Marcus at 609-350-6662.

Volunteer recruitment for Red Cross disaster response: American Red Cross Southern Shore Chapter is seeking new members for the Disaster Action Team in Cape May, Atlantic, Cumberland and Salem counties. Disaster Action Team members assist with providing relief such as temporary housing, food, clothing, plus medical and emotional support to victims of local disasters such as a house fire as needed. Members may also be trained to help open shelters and provide canteen services during large-scale emergencies. Free training is provided. For more information, call 609-646-8330 or visit redcross.org/support/volunteer/disaster-volunteer.

Health volunteers needed: Our Lady’s Multi-Care Center, 1100 Clematis Ave., Pleasantville, needs volunteers who are at least 14 years old. Opportunities include: helping with resident outings, helping office staff, playing board games and bingo, card games, serving meals, friendly visits, welcoming guests, playing music or singing for guests, transporting residents to and from daily Mass at the on-site chapel, and arts and crafts. For information, call Shalini at 609-677-6369.

Atlantic City Electric programs: Atlantic City Electric reminds customers they have options to apply for energy assistance if they are having difficulty paying their energy bills. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program assists residents in paying for heating costs and certain medically necessary cooling expenses. The Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric program provides relief on natural gas and electric bills for low to moderate-income households. For information, call 800-510-3102 or visit energyassistance.nj.gov.

Counseling line: NJ Connect for Recovery offers a call line available for counseling and referrals to individuals who are coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers. Family members seeking support may call to receive support from trained peer counselors. The confidential services are grant-funded, so there is no cost to callers. NJ Connect for Recovery is a public/private partnership of the Mental Health Association in New Jersey, NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the state Attorney General’s Office. For information, call 855-652-3737.

Hospice seeks volunteers: Compassionate Care Hospice is looking for friendly, caring people to serve as volunteers for patient care and crafts programs in Atlantic, Cape and Cumberland counties. CCH is a community-based group, and its volunteer program is an essential part of the highest quality of hospice services provided to patients facing a life-limiting illness and their caregivers. Free training sessions are held monthly. To enroll in a session or for more information, call Compassionate Care Hospice Volunteer Coordinator Virginia Nikolaidis at 609-390-9792 or emailvirginia.nikolaidis@cchnet.net.

Casino worker help: Individuals, families and workers who are affected by the closure of Atlantic City casinos and in need of mental health information and referrals for legal, housing, employment, rehabilitation, inpatient and outpatient and self-help can call NJ Mental Health Cares helpline. Trained professionals are available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Calls are confidential and free. Call 866-202-HELP or visit njmentalhealthcares.org.

Get credit for life experience: Atlantic Cape Community offers credit for life experience through a prior learning assessment. People with professional licenses, certifications, work experience and military experience can request an evaluation of their experience from Atlantic Cape and receive as many as 25 credits toward an associate in applied science degree in Technical Studies. Contact James Taggart at jtaggart@atlantic.edu or 609-829-8630 for more information.

Help for Medicaid recipients: Extra help is available for Medicare recipients living on a limited income, who may qualify for as much as $5,000 in annual assistance to help with Medicare expenses. Income-eligible seniors and people with disabilities who are enrolled in Medicare can save at least $1,000 on health-care expenses by enrolling in a Medicare Savings Program, which will cover the Medicare Part B premium, a savings of $104.90 per month, for qualified people. They may also qualify for an average annual savings of $3,900 on Medicare Part D premiums and prescriptions with a low income subsidy. In addition to discounts on brand-name and generic medications, there are no co-pays or deductibles for annual wellness visits and personalized prevention plan services. For more information, contact the Atlantic County Aging and Disability Resource Center at 888-426-9243, ext. 4315, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday or see aclink.org/intergenerational.

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