During an Advance Planning session of the Aging Mastery program held at Centerview event center, Monique Lewis, right, introduced Linda Ward, executive vice president of the Center for Practical Bioethics. Lewis, who facilitates the 10-week program, was a recent winner of the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award for her volunteering contributions to the Raymore community.
During an Advance Planning session of the Aging Mastery program held at Centerview event center, Monique Lewis, right, introduced Linda Ward, executive vice president of the Center for Practical Bioethics. Lewis, who facilitates the 10-week program, was a recent winner of the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award for her volunteering contributions to the Raymore community. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Democrat
During an Advance Planning session of the Aging Mastery program held at Centerview event center, Monique Lewis, right, introduced Linda Ward, executive vice president of the Center for Practical Bioethics. Lewis, who facilitates the 10-week program, was a recent winner of the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award for her volunteering contributions to the Raymore community. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Democrat

At 86, activist’s goal is to help seniors enjoy their lives. Awards reflect her determination.

May 15, 2018 01:50 PM