The Delta Gamma Savannah Alumnae Association recently made a donation to Senior Citizens, Inc. for the purchase of eight large-print books.
The group’s national philanthropy is sight conservation and aid to the blind.
On behalf of the local organization, president Tammy Moseley Ray, center, presents a check to Patti Lyons, left, president of Senior Citizens, Inc., and Roger Smith, Director of Community Outreach.
More than 49 years ago, Senior Citizens, Incorporated of Chatham County was born.
While the decades have been technologically enhanced, much of the same neighborly activity that existed 50 years ago is still necessary today.
Senior Citizens, Inc. cooks and delivers more than 1,800 meals today – through the help of volunteers.
They offer transportation to and from the doctor’s office, the pharmacy or the grocery store – through the help of volunteers. We talk, play board games and have really good ‘visits’ -through the help of volunteers.
Some things that work well, stay and age in place.
The mission of Senior Citizens, Inc. is to help people age successfully.Senior Citizens, Inc. offers desirable, innovative and affordable services to seniors in a respectful and collaborative spirit while being flexible, accessible and responsive.
Delta Gamma was founded in December 1873, in Oxford, Mississippi, at the Lewis School for Girls near the University of Mississippi.
The objects of the Fraternity are to foster high ideals of friendship among college women, to promote their educational and cultural interests, to create in them a true sense of social responsibility and to develop in them the best qualities of character.
Delta Gamma’s primary purpose is to create an environment for its members in which lasting friendships are established and in which members find the processes, the experiences and the disciplines that will stimulate clear thought.