Council on Aging

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The Ware Council on Aging would like to extend our best wishes and most heartfelt THANK YOU to

Maire Brighid Bresnahan

Community Outreach Coordinator for the Town of Ware

for the past 13 years of dedicated service to the Seniors of Ware. 
Best of luck on your new journey, you will be dearly missed!

The Ware Senior Center is Open!
Masks must be worn at all times when in the building.
All meals are Grab & Go in the Parking lot.

Notable October Events

Wednesday  6th  9-1:30PM—Foot Nurse by Appointment—Call Front desk to schedule

Tuesday 5th 9-9:45AM—Donna Farmer—Chief of Staff—Rep Don Berthiaume's Office

Friday 8th  10:30-4PM -  Brown Bag Program 

Monday 11th—CLOSED—Columbus Day

Tuesday  19th  9-10AM—Council on Aging Meeting 

Tuesday  19th  1-2PM -  Mobil Food Pantry -  @Grenville Park  Ware, MA

Wednesday 27th 10-11AM—Lucas McDiarmid—District Director—Senator Anne Gobi’s Office

Thursday 28th 11:30-2—Heritage Hearing Clinic by Appointment

  • Tai Chi  every M,W,F at 9am after that $4 per class
  • Line Dancing every Thur at 9:30am after that. $5 per class
  • Van Service is every M, Th, F. Must make an appointment two days in advance, call Marie Stacy 967-9645 x504 to book a ride.
  • Lunch  M-F are “Grab & Go” in the Parking Lot, NO Deliveries - $2.00 per meal
  • Exercise equipment is a 30-minute limit max time per piece, one-hour max time allowed.
  • Errands, Shopping or Prescription Pick up call Melissa at the Quaboag Valley Community Development Center  413-967-3001
Fire Safety Tip of the Week


Staff Directory

Phone Ext.
John Zienowicz
Executive Director
Donna DiPilato
Finance Coordinator 506
Alton Davis
Marie Stacy
Van Coordinator

COA Board Members
Names                    Term Expires
Julianne Cappe               2022
Irene Eskett                     2023
Cheryl Haigh                  2022
Carl Waal                        2023
John Zienowicz

Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Ware Senior Center/Council on Aging to identify the total needs of the community’s elder population, to link services to those needs, and to improve the quality of life of our seniors.