Aging & Family Services

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Aging & Family Services
Aging & Family Services is listed in the Senior Citizens Services & Organizations category in Keyser, West Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aging & Family Services which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aging & Family Services on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 72.

Contact information for Aging & Family Services is:
1 S Main St
Keyser, WV 26726
(304) 788-5467
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Installation of sign at new office

Aging & Family Services of Mineral County added 6 new photos.
Aging & Family Services is nearing the date of our move to a new in-home and administrative office on Mineral Street. This move will meet the needs of our growing agency and allow for greater visibility. Our current location on the corner of Main and Piedmont Streets will then be available for sale or rent. This location has a 3,000 square foot building that could easily be divided into three 1,000 square foot areas. If you are interested in a rental location please contact us to view the property.

Aging & Family Services of Mineral County added an event.
Aging & Family Services is proud to announce that we will be hosting our sixth annual “Conquer the Dam” 5K fundraising run/walk at Jennings Randolph Lake on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Proceeds from this event will support the Meals on Wheels program of Mineral County. The highlight of this event is that runners and walkers will travel over the dam and spillway, which are normally closed to public travel. “Conquer the Dam” is one of the most scenic 5Ks in our area. Louie Kitzmiller, race director stated, “We are anticipating a record turnout, and we hope that the community will take advantage of this opportunity to support the Meals on Wheels program, a cause and a location that is worth the drive.” The 2016 event drew a record crowd 150 competitors from around the tri-state area. Early registration for the event is $20 if received by May 1, 2017. The registration fee will rise to $25 after May 1. Entry fee for individuals 18 and younger is $15, and the maximum entry fee for an immediate family is $50. Race day registration is scheduled from 8:30 AM until 9:15 AM at the Howell Run Picnic Area and the race will begin at 9:30 AM. The awards ceremony will take place at the conclusion of the race at the Howell Run Picnic area. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top two male and female overall runners. Non-cash awards will be issued to the top three male and female competitors in various age groups. Contact Aging & Family Services at 304-788-5467 or lkitzmiller@wvaging.com for applications and further information. Applications can be found at a senior center or on-line at our web-site wvaging.com. A concurrent fun walk will be held. Participants will have an opportunity to walk across the Jennings Randolph Dam. The Meals on Wheels Program of Mineral County assists people who are homebound by providing a hot, nutritious meal each weekday. Designed to help prevent unnecessary institutionalization, this program helps the frail elderly maintain independence and avoid social isolation. Staff members, who deliver meals to homebound older persons often spend some time with the elderly, helping to decrease their feelings of isolation. Additionally, these staff members, also check on the welfare of the homebound elderly and are encouraged to report any health or other problems that they may note during their visits. In addition to providing nutrition and nutrition-related services, the Elderly Nutrition Program provides an important link to other needed supportive in-home and community-based services, such as that of homemaker-home health aide services, or transportation coverage, and even physical activity programs.
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Aging & Family Services of Mineral County shared their photo.
Aging & Family Services is seeking applicants for the position of General Maintenance Worker & Bulk Meal Delivery. In addition to general maintenance and upkeep, this position is responsible for bulk meal delivery to our Piedmont & Elk Garden nutrition sites. Successful candidate must have a good driving record, pass a background check and drug test. This is a 25-hour per week position with pay of $10.00 per hour. Please stop in our office at 1 South Main Street, Keyser, WV for an application or email your resume to lkitzmiller@wvaging.com. Aging & Family Services is an EOE. Older citizens encouraged to apply.

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