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The area’s best artists unite to provide nutrition for older adults

WINSTON-SALEM — Senior Services announces that its 10th annual Art Show and Sale benefiting Meals-on-Wheels will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 7. The show will feature a huge selection of art from a wide variety of art mediums. More than 60 award-winning and collectible artists will showcase their work, with art for all tastes and prices for all budgets. Artists will be donating a generous portion of each sale to provide nutritious meals for older adults who are homebound participants in Senior Services’ Meals-on-Wheels program.

The presenting corporate sponsor for the eighth consecutive year is Wells Fargo, and the presenting individual sponsors are Sam and Mary Ceile Ogburn.

The one-day-only show and sale is being held at Senior Services, 2895 Shorefair Drive, at the corner of Deacon Boulevard and Shorefair Drive (just behind the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds), and the public is invited to attend. Admission is free.

About Senior Services

Senior Services is a private, nonprofit agency, that has been operating in Winston-Salem for more than 56 years, with a mission to help older adults in Forsyth County remain at home for as long as possible, living with dignity. Senior Services currently has seven major programs that respond to the needs of the elderly:

  • The Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center
  • Meals-On-Wheels
  • Help Line
  • Home Care
  • Senior Lunch
  • Living-at-Home
  • Elder Care Choices

Individuals wishing to volunteer or donate can call 336-725-0907 or visit seniorservicesinc.org.