OCES and Plymouth CAL March to Raise Awareness
On June 21, 2018 over 75 people joined the Plymouth Center for Active Living (CAL) and OCES to march along the waterfront and raise awareness of elder abuse.
Joining the CAL and OCES in the effort were Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz and sponsors The Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department, Bill’s Pizza, Shaws, and the Plymouth Police Relief Association. GATRA generously provided minibus transportation from the CAL to the waterfront.
After the march, participants gathered at the Plymouth CAL where Jennifer Young, Director of Elder Affairs for the Town of Plymouth, and Teresa Kourtz, Director of Protective Services at OCES shared information on how to assist elders in need and answered questions. Awards were presented to Officer Aaron Volkvinger of the Plymouth Police Department, activists in the community who have supported efforts around this issue. Also acknowledged for their work were David Parker, Esq. and Dr. Deborah Kylander. Read More.
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