The Concept of Aging in Community Comes to Armory

There’s a movement afoot.  Across the country.  Around Tucson.  Some call it the “village” concept.  Some speak of “aging in community.”  It means neighbors organizing to provide services for their elders and disabled friends, services that prolong their ability to stay at home and in our community.  Continue reading “The Concept of Aging in Community Comes to Armory”

New Online Blog for Sharing Local Resources

(From the Yahoo Group)
Neighbors,

I’ve set up a simple blog, www.armoryparktucson.blogspot.com as a means for us to maintain and share a list of local resources.
In addition to the retail establishments already mentioned in the original thread (17th St Market, etc), please email me directly at julie@… (rather than to the listserv) with any other suggestions and I will add them to the blog over the next couple weeks. Remember to reply to me rather than the group.
-Julie Reed

Welcome to the New APNA Website

Welcome to the new site.  With the site,  we’re hoping to expand the conversations that begin on our email list,  and provide an online source for news and events happening in the neighborhood.  When there is news,  we’ll announce it on the email list,  with a link to a new post.

Make this site your own;  subscribe,  and add posts as you have information to share.

Neighbors Feeding Neighbors

Ongoing program to assist those in need by providing meals. The program is a volunteer based program that operates out of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. It costs about $4 per meal to produce meals for our neighbors. Your cash contributions and/or your volunteer time are GREATLY APPRECIATED! Please contact Paul Gohdes for more information at (520) 825-6724 or by email at APDS541@gmail.com. You may also make a donation on-line via Network for Good.