Upcoming Events

    • November 7, 2014 – Veterans Honors Ceremony
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      This solemn and celebratory event is in its 17th year at LCAP. The Veterans Honors Ceremony begins at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 7. It will feature the traditional Roll Call of Honors of deceased veterans whose names you can submit. The ceremony is followed by a luncheon featuring a complete turkey meal. Veterans receive free tickets at the receptionist desk through Oct. 31. Non-veterans tickets are $8. EJ and Barb, our house band, are putting together a terrific patriotic music show from 1 to approximately 2:30 p.m.

    • November 10, 2014 – Flu Shots
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      The Licking County Health Department will offer flu shots from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 10 in the Legend's Room. You will need some form of identification and your medical insurance card if you have one. Please call in your attendance reservation at 345-0821 by Nov. 3.

    • November 13, 2014 – Senior Safety Day
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      Senior Safety is a priority for LCAP. On Thursday, Nov. 13, at 9 a.m. there will be speakers from various organizations: a representative from the Ohio attorney general's office will talk about scams; Licking County Adult Protective Services officials will talk about physical abuse and other forms of abuse of seniors and Deputy Sheriff Shenan Day will have her police dog here. Reservations due by Nov. 6.

Current News

The Senior Levy Campaign
10/29/14

The Licking County Aging Program hopes you plan on voting for the senior service renewal levy on Nov. 4. And don’t forget you can also early vote by requesting your ballot be mailed to your home, but time is running out for that option.  Contact the Licking County Board of Elections at 670-5080 for information. Your early vote or “absentee” … Read More

On the Campaign Trail
10/24/14

The Licking County Aging Program was on the campaign trail Thursday, Oct. 23 in pursuit of votes in favor of the 1.2-mill Senior Services Renewal Levy. Members of the PR levy team appeared at the Washington Square Apartments on Newark’s East End for their “Fallpalooza”. Mayor Jeff Hall of Newark was there too, not campaigning, but rather as the official … Read More