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Congratulations to the first "A Matter of Balance" class to graduate from St. Stephens Housing in Santa Cruz this past May 1st, 2018. Many thanks to everyone for their time and commitment.

We are confident that the lessons learned can only enrich our lives.

Ellen and Jennie

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We would like to congratulate the class from Garfield Park Village in Santa Cruz for their participation and completion of the class this past April 27th, 2018. Plans are already in place to come back for another class later this year.

We are proud of everyone's dedication to have a longer and healthier life.

Gus and Jennie

Area Draft Update Final Review

For nearly 40 years, The Seniors Council has been designated the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties. The AAA assesses the needs of seniors, advocates on the needs of seniors and provides leadership on issues affecting seniors.

The goal and plans for 2018-19 are now available for review. Click
here to access.

The AAA Advisory Council will receive any comment, and review and approve the draft update at their next meeting on April 18, 10:00AM, in the Community Room at Capitola City Hall.

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In addition to providing Philips Lifeline services, the Companion for Life Project also presents A Matter of Balance classes for the Seniors Council of Santa Cruz County. We would like to congratulate the class from Garfield Park Village in Santa Cruz for their participation and completion of the class this past November 9th. We are very proud of all the graduates and I know they will inspire others with their commitment and dedication just as they inspired us. Thank you, graduates!
Jennie, Ellen & Gus

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On September 22nd, 2017 the first Matter of Balance class sponsored and presented by The Seniors Council and the Companion for Life Project graduated. We were very fortunate to have Santa Cruz councilperson, Richelle Noroyan, present us with a Mayoral Proclamation for our work in helping older adults remain active and healthy in our community. Special thanks to The Seniors Council board member, Creighton Mendivil, for his appearance. It was a wonderful experience and we can't wait for the next class.
Gus Ceballos - Program Director