Bethlehem Press

Monday, October 23, 2017
PRESS PHOTOS BY CHRISTOPHER DRYFOOSLehigh Valley Aging In Place hosted a Senior Expo at the Agri-Plex, Allentown, recently. The expo sought to provide seniors and their caregivers with solutions on how to manage their golden years. A large number of area businesses were represented through information booths; in addition to providing knowledge to the attendees, many also hosted raffles for prizes. PRESS PHOTOS BY CHRISTOPHER DRYFOOSLehigh Valley Aging In Place hosted a Senior Expo at the Agri-Plex, Allentown, recently. The expo sought to provide seniors and their caregivers with solutions on how to manage their golden years. A large number of area businesses were represented through information booths; in addition to providing knowledge to the attendees, many also hosted raffles for prizes.
Kay Sandt, of Allentown, receives a free blood pressure measurement by the Cetronia Ambulance Corps. Kay Sandt, of Allentown, receives a free blood pressure measurement by the Cetronia Ambulance Corps.
Maria Santacoloma and Fred DeRosa, board members of Lehigh Valley Aging in Place and co-chairs of the Senior Expo, stand for a photo. Maria Santacoloma and Fred DeRosa, board members of Lehigh Valley Aging in Place and co-chairs of the Senior Expo, stand for a photo.
Vincent Hartzell, of Hartzell’s Pharmacy, Catasauqua, shows his information booth. Vincent Hartzell, of Hartzell’s Pharmacy, Catasauqua, shows his information booth.
From left: Dorothy Bauder, of Macungie, Phyllis Kehm, of Macungie, Barbara and Arthur Hinkle, of Allentown, and Dennis Heffelfinger, of Wescosville, enjoy their time at the Senior Expo. From left: Dorothy Bauder, of Macungie, Phyllis Kehm, of Macungie, Barbara and Arthur Hinkle, of Allentown, and Dennis Heffelfinger, of Wescosville, enjoy their time at the Senior Expo.

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