Town of Lloyd Supervisor Paul Hansut and the Lloyd Town Board proclaimed August as National Senior Citizens Month and recognized the senior residents of the town with a continental breakfast at the Tony Williams Park on Monday, Aug. 19. Police chief Dan Waage was in attendance and greeted participants as the supervisor spoke about a program called Project Care, which qualifying residents can sign up for and receive a phone call from the police department to check on their welfare.
At the breakfast, Supervisor Hansut presented community members James Morse and Ignazio “Nat’ Borsina with Community Pride Awards. Morse and Borsina work to help keep the streets and parking lots in the town free from debris and garbage.
The Woodcrest Bruderhof donated pastries, Danish and rolls for the event and helped serve the seniors. Bagels and Bites donated coffee and bagels with all the fixings and Hannaford of Highland donated juice and bananas.
“It was a lovely morning where friends were reacquainted and new friends were made,” said Supervisor Hansut.