Ali's Corner: Vermont Senior Citizens

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Like the whole state, Burlingtonians are aging. 1 in 4 Vermonters are age 60+. By 2030 it will be 1 in 3. We all have this in common - we are all aging. So, how can we make Burlington a place where WE ALL can age well?

Host Ali Dieng is joined by Cindy Wight, Director of Parks, Recreation, and Waterfront; Gail Moreau, Former Executive Director at the Heineberg Community Senior Center and current Board Chair; and Jane Knodell, Former City Councilor and City Rep at the Heineberg Community Senior Center Study Committee.

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