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Senior Services celebrates March for Meals Community Champions Week in Virginia Beach.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - According to the Meals on Wheels program 12,000 individuals turn 60 each day increasing the need for programs that target seniors who face hunger and isolation. Thats where Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia comes in. Recently SSSEVA celebrated their March For Meals at Williams Farms Community center in Virginia Beach to reach out to local seniors and let all them know what they do and how they can help.
Nonprofit Primeplus Senior Center is holding its first community fair for seniors who are at least 50 to include organizations such as Senior Services.
A job and volunteer fair for seniors is coming to Norfolk.
Senior Services has earned the Virginia Values Veterans certification
Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia has earned the Virginia Values Veterans certification.
SSSEVA presents President's Award for Volunteerism, earns V3 certification
John Skirven, CEO of Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia
John Skirven is passing the torch to the next leader of Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia after more than 28 years.
Agency talks about Meals on Wheels on The Hampton Roads Show
Construction on a long-delayed Senior Services project in Franklin to renovate a former black high school is back on track.
Construction on a long delayed project in Franklin to renovate a former black high school, and later junior high school, named after the daughter of a slave, is back on track.
SSSEVA Dietitian Kirsten Romero and Tonya Whitley Dish With The Hampton Roads Show
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY ) – March is National Nutrition and March for Meals Month, which is very important to seniors. Did you know that Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia provided 115,000 meals to 700 vulnerable seniors this past year? Registered Dietician Kirsten Romero and Tonya Whitley from Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia came into our kitchen today with some great advice and also showed us a simple and healthy Vegetable Frittata.