Seniors Week 2018 was celebrated in style at the Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre this week with singing, dancing and a lunch of multicultural cuisine.
The centre is holding a number of activities to celebrate Seniors Week including an Information Open Day; Music,Karaoke and Dance Open Day; Seniors Healthy and Active Day; and an Art and Craft Multicultural Day.
The Seniors Week cake cutting ceremony was held on Wednesday, April 11 attended
by Georges River Council mayor Kevin Greene and Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre chief executive officer Anne Farah-Hill.
Councillor Greene addressed the gathering and continued to pledge his support to the Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre through council.
He was warmly applauded by the attendees.
The day including singing and entertainment by Brian Gillett.
Ms Farah-Hill thanked Councillor Greene for attending and showing his support to the community centre.
Anne further stated that Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre holds this event on an annual basis to encourage local seniors to be locally active at grass roots with their community.
“It’s great that we have a wonderful venue that we can organise such events and create this community hub environment for our local seniors,” she said.
“It is wonderful to see many seniors from many cultures living in the area getting together to support the event and enjoy themselves.
“This is exactly what we strive Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre.
“We help people engage with each other and to learn from each other so that we create a harmonious environment and community.”