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Executive Director Lavonna Silviera and hard-working volunteers have been as busy as Santa's elves in purchasing, refurbishing and repurposing old furniture from various locations getting ready to offer it up for sale at a reasonable price on Nov. 22
With the funds they have been able to make Bartlett Hall wireless and to purchase six laptops and a shared network printer from RespecTech here in Ukiah...Three instructors teach two days a week for two hours a session. William Bray, Wally Wellman
Strap up your shoelaces, get your team members together and be at 413 N...It's an opportunity to meet fellow community members participating in this annual event, pick up registration materials, learn how to motivate your team and possibly win some
The Ukiah Senior Center was forced to cancel the program but some quick thinking and creative employees turned lemons into lemonade. "The state's mandate determined that in order to qualify for the program, individuals had to be in a condition
Ukiah Daily Journal Sass and high fashion will be in abundance at the "Red Hot Momma" fashion show as models from two generations at least 50 years apart will strut across the stage for not just one good cause, but two, Saturday at the Ukiah Senior
30 p.m. at the Senior Center's Bartlett Hall, 494 Leslie Street...Champagne, hors d oeuvres, a jitterbug contest, swing dancing and a raffle will take place at the event designed to provide grass roots support for both non-profits.
40 PM PDT Senior Center implores community to assist frail elderly "Bingo!" calls out one of the lucky participants at what will be the last game of chance at the Ukiah Senior Center's Adult Day Health program.
03 AM PDT Senior Center thinks it may have an option for unfunded program A statewide effort to save Adult Day Health Care programs may be too little too late in Mendocino County, but the Ukiah Senior Center says it's gearing up to provide at least a
53 PM PDT Late Friday morning, Debbie Davis was plating food for about two dozen patiently waiting seniors. "This one is for Jack," Davis said, holding out a plate after carefully cutting up the chicken into bite-size pieces and making sure there
56 AM PST Local providers are more than worried about how Governor Jerry Brown's plan to cut Medi-Cal reimbursements for adult day health care centers will affect area seniors. Brown's budget includes a proposal to eliminate the reimbursements to