Bermuda Gas/Age Concern Event

January 16, 2012

Age Concern Bermuda announced today [Jan.16] that it will be working with another local retailer, Bermuda Gas, to provide a special opportunity for its members during these difficult economic times.

Claudette Fleming, the executive director of Age Concern is encouraging seniors to attend a special Bermuda Gas/Age Concern Members-Only Open House on Wednesday [Jan.18].

Members are being welcomed to tour the new, custom-built Bermuda Gas Appliance Showroom, learn about the Age Concern Member Discount Programme and enter a draw for a free cylinder of gas.

This special event will take place at 25 Serpentine Road from 2:30 – 4:30pm.

Judith Uddin, general manager of Bermuda Gas, commented:“We are delighted to host this event for members of Age Concern and to introduce them to a package of services that we’ve put together exclusively for them.

The Open House draw and the Bermuda Gas Discount Programme will be available only to members of Age Concern.

Anyone over the age of 50 years, wishing to become a member of Age Concern, is welcome to visit the office at Charities House, 25 Point Finger Road in Paget or to sign up at the Open House event.

“Our LINK programme with the local business sector of Bermuda is helping us to be creative in addressing the needs of seniors. We are gratified that retailers are responding positively in doing their part and look forward to introducing new LINK initiatives as the year progresses,” said Mrs. Fleming.

Age Concern is a Bermuda-registered charity that exists to create the conditions that make the best of the lives of our older citizens through advocacy, education and information sharing. The organisation collects data on local seniors’ services, facilitates members’ forums and contributes to task forces and steering committees seeking input on issues affecting the aged.

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