There’s quite a range of resources available in Platte and Clay counties to those 60 and older. One of them is Platte Senior Services Inc., a senior center at 11724 N.W. Plaza Circle in Kansas City, North. The center offers activities like art classes, exercise classes and mealtimes. An art class offered there is called Memories in the Making, which involves watercolor painting. Chanel Kemp (center) talks to seniors about their recollections from life on a farm during one of these classes. Participating are (from left) Betty Ohm, Jim Pierce, Wanda Kirby and Harry Landreth.
There’s quite a range of resources available in Platte and Clay counties to those 60 and older. One of them is Platte Senior Services Inc., a senior center at 11724 N.W. Plaza Circle in Kansas City, North. The center offers activities like art classes, exercise classes and mealtimes. An art class offered there is called Memories in the Making, which involves watercolor painting. Chanel Kemp (center) talks to seniors about their recollections from life on a farm during one of these classes. Participating are (from left) Betty Ohm, Jim Pierce, Wanda Kirby and Harry Landreth. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
There’s quite a range of resources available in Platte and Clay counties to those 60 and older. One of them is Platte Senior Services Inc., a senior center at 11724 N.W. Plaza Circle in Kansas City, North. The center offers activities like art classes, exercise classes and mealtimes. An art class offered there is called Memories in the Making, which involves watercolor painting. Chanel Kemp (center) talks to seniors about their recollections from life on a farm during one of these classes. Participating are (from left) Betty Ohm, Jim Pierce, Wanda Kirby and Harry Landreth. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Aging with grace in Platte and Clay counties

October 11, 2016 12:00 PM

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