Programs for 50+ Learners in the Aston, Brookhaven, Concord & Springfield Communities
Senior Community Services (SCS) is pleased to provide this exciting array of classes to educate, inspire and encourage you. Created specifically to serve adults 50+ in western Delaware County, the Center for Life Long Learning (CLLL)brings adult education offerings to you. SCS, a non-profit agency, also works in many other ways to keep older adultsliving independently. Established in 1977, SCS today operates four Senior Centers. SCS’ Centers provide meals, health and wellness programs, recreation and social activities and volunteer opportunities. Visit www.scs-delco.org
TUESDAY, APRIL 21st, 4:00-6:00pm
Brookhaven Municipal Center Gym, 2 Cambridge Road, Brookhaven
$35 per microchip + lifetime registration
Vaccines range from $7.00 - $20.00
Payment options: Credit cards & cash. No checks
Annual registrations available as well (cash only)
Vaccines offered: Dewormer, Distemper, Bordetella [dogs only], Rabies, Canine flu,Feline Leukemia, Lyme vaccine
No appointment is necessary; first come, first served
Please be in line 1/2 hour prior to closing (reg. ends at @ 5:30p)
Dogs must be leashed and cats must be in carriers
Borough of Brookhaven is able to purchase Smoke detectors, CO detectors and 9-Volt batteries in bulk ordering and pass savings on to the Residents of Brookhaven.
** Public Fire Safety Officials WILL**
Evaluate and check age of your current Smoke detectors and CO detectors
Test your existing Smoke and CO detectors
Replace and install new Smoke detectors and CO detectors if resident requests at special discount pricing
Replace Bad 9-volt batteries if needed in Smoke detectors and CO Detectors at special discounted pricing.
**To Schedule a visit By PFSO**
Call the Borough Hall @ 610-874-2557 ext. 144 ask for Mary McKinley
This Program is offered as a community service to the residents of Delaware County and is not open to businesses, institutions or industry.
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Think Globally, Act Locally! If improperly discarded, household products containing toxic chemicals can be a threat to people, pets and the environment. Never dispose of hazardous materials in the trash as they may harm your sanitation workers or result in a collection vehicle fire. It is also unsafe to pour HHW down a sink or storm drain as it will end up polluting our drinking water.
To report any potholes or streetlights out in the borough ...