Port Chester's senior citizens are invited to the Carver Center for a "First Friday" holiday breakfast that is designed to offer them food and fun, but also information on key issues such as health care.
Alex Chavarria, Food and Clothing Pantry Manager, looks forward to the first Friday of every month. along with his assistant, David Brown, and volunteers Anthony Pizzarello and Carolina Lazona.
“First Fridays allow Carver to welcome older patrons and offer them an opportunity for fun, food, and friendship that they might not have otherwise," said Alex Chavarria, Food and Clothing Pantry manager. "It’s a fun time for all attendees and is extra special around the holidays.”
Working with Chavarria on First Fridays are his assistant, David Brown, and volunteers Anthony Pizzarello and Carolina Lazona.
Seniors are invited to the Carver Center on Friday for breakfast starting at 9:30 a.m. In addition to the breakfast of breakfast of eggs, bacon, fruit, coffee, tea, and juice, the gathering features entertainment and a gift exchange, sponsored by Carver Center and volunteers from the community.
Seniors can also get information about important issues for them, such as health care, while they are at the Carve Center.
Carver Center is a leading community-based organization in Port Chester. Since 1943, Carver Center has promoted educational, recreational, cultural and civic services for pre-school children, youth and adults, with a focus on meeting the needs of underprivileged youth.
The Center offers programs and resources to the meet these needs. For more information about the Carver Center, call 914-305-6010 or check them out online at www.carvercenter.org.