Free intergenerational community luncheon

TUPPER LAKE — Mercy Care for the Adirondacks and the Tupper Lake Aging in Place Task Force invite people of all ages to join them for a complimentary luncheon and a presentation by the Tupper Lake Central School District students.

The event will be hosted by The Wild Center, with complimentary admission, at 45 Museum Drive in Tupper Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

People can tour the museum exhibits, view the student presentation and eat lunch with friends and family.

Tri-Lakes Aging in Place Task Forces are working to empower our communities to become more age-friendly where people are able to age in place more successfully. Building stronger intergenerational relationships in our communities is one of the Task Forces’ objectives.

Support for the event has been received from the Tupper Lake Rotary and St. Thomas Episcopal Church.

To RSVP for the event, contact Jenn Grisi, Mercy Care Office Coordinator at or by telephone at 518-523-5583.

Mercy Care for the Adirondacks is a mission sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy to enhance the fullness of life of elders living in their community. Its work is carried out through a Friendship Volunteer Program, a Faith Community Nurse Program, Caregiver Advocate Program, Community Empowerment, and an Education and Advocacy Program.