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Going the extra mile for County seniors Press Release Local members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) recently reconfirmed their willingness to keep a friendly eye on local seniors who sign up for the Rural Route Reassurance Program.   The Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association is one of very few agencies offering this type of reassurance program.  The local Rural and Suburban Mail Couriers, members of CUPW, donated $3,000.00 to Community Care to give a needed boost to this reassurance program.  2017 marks 33 years that CUPW, Canada Post and Community Care have partnered to provide this reassurance program. 
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Community Care's Income Tax volunteers are getting ready Community Care's Income Tax volunteers are getting ready Community Care's Income Tax volunteers are preparing for the 2017 tax season. Prince Edward Community Care is gearing up for another season of completing income tax returns for seniors who live in Prince Edward County. If you are a senior 60+ whose single income is $30,000 or lower or whose household income is $40,000 or lower, you may be eligible for the program.  2017 marks 35 years that Prince Edward Community Care has been involved in the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) "Community Volunteer Income Tax Program".
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Keeping a friendly eye out Marion Hughes, President of the Rotary Club of Picton presents a cheque to Barb‎ Proctor, member of the Community Care for Seniors board of directors. The money was donated by the Rotary Club of Picton to pay for the flyer that will be included in the Thursday, January 19th edition of the Picton Gazette. Watch for the bright yellow flyer! Community Care helps seniors live at home. Canada Post employees who deliver mail in rural areas of Prince Edward County are ready and willing to keep a watchful eye out for seniors who might need help.  Just for the asking, through a service
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Bring the story to more people Debbie MacDonald Moynes, executive director, is shown on the left as she donates 3 DVDs to Barbara Sweet, CEO of the County Library system. Bringing the story to more people Prince Edward Community Care is bringing their story of services and volunteering to more people. The agency's series of 8 short videos now have "described video" and "closed captioning" so that those with hearing or sight impairments can learn about how Community Care helps seniors live at home. This project was made possible through a grant of $2,500.00 received from the County of Prince Edward toward the total
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