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Like many nonprofits, Aging Together saw a halt to most of its planned events this year due to COVID-19. However, the agency has taken on its new normal, offering numerous resources for the community.

When local non-profit Aging Together held its series of community conversations earlier this year in different parts of the Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board region, transportation issues were one of the most common discussions. Transportation is a growing problem for senior citizens that live in rural areas of the five county area served by Aging Together. Even those with cars or family can have issues if they are temporarily unable to drive or if family and friends cannot leave work or other obligations to drive them. 

Aging Together, the local non-profit geared to providing support for older residents and their families in Culpeper, Orange, Fauquier, Madison and Rappahannock Counties held the first of six community meetings last week at the Madison County Fire Hall. 

Aging Together and Orange County TRIAD is partnering to host a free Senior Crime Awareness Meeting (SCAM) event June 16 aimed at informing citizens on scam and fraud issues. 

Ludwell Brown Sr is a retired 69-year-old United States Army sergeant major with 32 years of military service and is used to serving others.

After years of service to Madison County, long-time resident, town vice mayor and community member Nancy Knighting is being recognized by Aging Together and will receive a Five over Fifty award Saturday evening at the Culpeper State Theatre.

One county, three nonprofits and lots of chocolate is how a new benefit for three local nonprofits is being described. Aging Together, Skyline Community Action Plan (CAP) and Services to Abused Families (SAFE) are inviting people to take part in the March 13 Chocolate for Charity event which will include a silent auction, deserts, wine and chocolate to benefit the three local organizations. 

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