Washer Toss Tournament Builds Strong Community Partnerships

ENFIELD: If you visit Corridor Community Options for Adults (CCOA) this time of year, the noise of sawing and nailing and the smell of fresh paint would be a telltale sign that Tide Fest 2019 is just around the corner. The workshop and its team are responsible for building the washer toss boxes for the...

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Program helps Older Nova Scotians stay at home

ENFIELD: Social isolation is among the top issue for seniors’ today. Especially in rural communities. Home Services Nova Scotia, a new program launched on Nov. 7 in Enfield, will help older Nova Scotians live in their homes longer. The program helps older adults access a variety of affordable, non-medical services such as housekeeping, meal preparation...

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