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Posted on: August 22, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Millcreek Township Attends 2022 Senior Fair


Kim Clear talking to a resident at the 2022 Senior Fair.

Kim Clear talks to a Millcreek resident at the 2022 Senior Fair

Today, Aug. 22 2022, Millcreek Township connected with residents at the Senior Fair and Older Living Expo. Hundreds of attendees crowded the McDowell Intermediate High School Lobby at the event hosted by Representative Ryan Bizzarro. 


“It’s my privilege to be here today greeting and having conversations with some of the most important residents of the Millcreek Community.” Supervisor Kim Clear said as she welcomed attendees with Ryan Bizzarro. 

Kim Clear and Ryan Bizzaro at the 2022 Senior Fair.

 Kim Clear and Ryan Bizzarro at the senior fair

Attendees were eager to grab info on all the senior based programs Millcreek has to offer this coming Fall. Classes include painting, crocheting, hiking, dancing, yoga, tai chi and much more. Jessica Stutzman, Millcreek Recycling Coordinator, also distributed sustainable and recycled common household items designed to be practical for seniors. 


“Getting valuable information directly into the hands of residents means so much to all of us!” Says Jessica.


Jessica Stutzman at the 2022 Senior Fair.

“Getting valuable information directly into the hands of residents means so much!”

Millcreek Township resident, Anna T., was excited by the large turnout and passion from all the community resources, “There’s lots of valuable information here and everyone is very knowledgeable!” exclaimed Anna. 

 Kim Clear and Dan Ouellet at Senior Fair 2022

Millcreek Supervisors Kim Clear and Dan Ouellet

At the Millcreek Table there was also information on the multitude of open events coming up such as International Coastal Cleanup September 17th, The Pumpkin Fest on October 9th, Art Show on October 29th and 30th and much more.

“I love the opportunity to directly connect and communicate to residents in our community.” Says Judy Zelina, Director of Public Services. 

 Judy Zelina and Jessica Stutzman at the 2022 Senior Fair.

Judy Zelina and Jessica Stutzman

Kim Clear went on to state that as an inclusive community, Millcreek will be able to offer all residents opportunities to explore everything Millcreek has to offer. Whether it's classes, events or being in nature, there's something to do for everyone. 


Interested residents can view the various programs offered on the website calendar. Millcreek Township can also be contacted by phone at 814-833-1111 if residents have any questions about upcoming events.


Kim Clear at Senior Fair 2022.

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