a question on the game show Jeopardy and making multiple
appearances on the Public Broadcasting Station (PBS), the
internationally known and nationally recognized Dayton
Contemporary Dance Company provided entertainment for all to
enjoy. The culturally diverse contemporary dance company has
performed in China and Chile, and prides itself on
extraordinary dance art in conception and execution.
The Area Office on Aging’s Senior Safari was
held at the Toledo Zoo's Nairobi Pavilion from 10 a.m. –
2p.m. Those age 60 and over received free parking and
admission to the zoo as well as have the chance to purchase
lunch tickets for $2.50. For those under the age of $60,
lunch tickets was available for $5.50.
Office on Aging is one of the 618 Area Agencies on Aging
across the country. Priding itself on health and the
well-being of older adults, everyone who attends the event
got the opportunity to get free blood pressure checks and
health screenings from some of the 45 exhibitors. To aid in
transportation services, Century Equipment provided golf
carts at designated pick-up stations throughout the zoo.
The 2017 Senior Safari was sponsored by the
Toledo Zoo, ABLE, Black & White Transportation, Simply EZ
Meals, StoryPoint Senior Living and Buckeye Broadband.