Mayor Don Walters and Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer to Host Informational Event for Seniors in Cuyahoga Falls
Nov 14, 2018
On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, Mayor Don Walters and Summit County Probate Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer will collectively host an informational meeting for area seniors to discuss topics such as safety, communication during the holidays, and programs that are offered through both the City of Cuyahoga Falls and Summit County Probate Court. The event will run from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Hopewell Room at the Natatorium, 2345 4th Street, Cuyahoga Falls.
“We are pleased to offer unmatched programs to our older adults in our community, but our programs are only as strong as the number of people who know about them,” stated Mayor Walters. “I am proud to partner with Judge Stormer to talk to our residents about vital services that are offered to them through our respective offices.”
“We want to empower everyone to create and communicate their desire for their future in the way that best serve their needs and that of their family,” said Judge Stormer. “It is very important that you make your wishes known.”
Mayor Walters will discuss programs that are offered through the city to older adults such as Senior Watch, fitness activities through Healthway’s SilverSneakers Program® at the Natatorium and Water Works Family Aquatics Center, Envelope of Life, and social activities through the Parks and Recreation Department at Quirk Cultural Center.
Judge Stormer will discuss information regarding advance directives which help give family members, friends, and caretakers clear communication on medical treatment and care. Additionally, she will discuss the importance of guardianships and other services offered by Summit County Probate Court.
To reserve a spot, please contact the Neighborhood Excellence, Communications, and Community Outreach Department at 330.971.8208 or NECCO@cityofcf.com.