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Cast Your "Savvy Senior" Vote for Sixth Annual Savvy Senior Day

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Acceptance of nominations for AGES' Sixth Annual Savvy Senior Day are underway now through Monday, August 31, 2015.

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New Hyde Park, NY - July 8, 2015 - Show your appreciation and admiration for Long Island senior citizens by nominating them as “Savvy Senior” for this year’s Sixth Annual Savvy Senior Day. The Association of Generational Experts for Seniors (AGES) is accepting “Savvy Senior” nominations now through Monday, August, 31, 2015. Each senior entered will be considered for 2015’s Savvy Senior King and Queen, both of whom will be announced and crowned during AGES’ Sixth Annual Savvy Senior Day at Parker Jewish Institute in New Hyde Park, NY from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, September 20, 2015.

Participating in the coronation of this year’s Savvy Senior King and Queen will be 2014 Savvy Senior King William Young of Huntington and 2014 Savvy Senior Queen Lillian Guadagno of Valley Stream. All nominated seniors will be publicly recognized, with this year’s King and Queen receiving gift certificates for professional studio portraits, compliments of Bradford Renaissance Portraits. The festivities will include food and music provided by a disc jockey.

“There are so many unsung heroes who make up our senior community living right here on Long Island,” says Kevin Lawrence, AGES Chairman. “Each year, we receive such wonderful Savvy Senior nominations from families all over Long Island who in turn allow us the privilege in casting a well-deserved spotlight on their special seniors. We encourage everyone out there to get out and vote for their special senior!”                                               

In 200 typed words or less, individuals can nominate their “Savvy Senior” with a photo or video to: AGES Savvy Senior Award, AGES P.O. Box 774, Melville, NY  11747. Nominations are also accepted via email or directly through AGES’ Web site, which also provides further information about Savvy Senior Day. All nominees and their nominators will receive an invitation to attend Savvy Senior Day on Sunday, September 20, 2015. Anyone with questions can contact 631-630-9498 or 516-617-5176.

In addition to Savvy Senior nominations, AGES welcomes individual and corporate sponsorships for Savvy Senior Day’s entertainment, gifts and raffle prizes. Anyone interested in sponsoring product or services for this event can contact 516-250-2627.

The Association of Generational Experts for Seniors (AGES) is an independent network of highly qualified, caring and knowledgeable professionals from family and senior related fields. AGES has been created in the New York Metropolitan area for the purpose of addressing the needs and challenges that face many families today. Working within a cohesive resource team that addresses the concerns and needs of today’s senior citizens and “sandwiched” generation (adult children caregivers), AGES members apply their personal skill-sets to help guide seniors and family caregivers toward an improved quality of life. For more information, please visit here.

Pictured: The Association of Generational Experts for Seniors’ (AGES) Fifth Annual Savvy Senior Day (front, left to right) are 2014 Savvy Senior Queen Lillian Guadagno of Valley Stream, NY and crowned Savvy Senior King William Young of Huntingto, NY with (back, from left to right) AGES Chairperson Kevin Lawrence and AGES Savvy Senior Day Committee Chairperson Rita Medaglio-Barrera.

 

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