On Tuesday, October 24, a select group of students from grades 6 through 8, from Clinton Public School, visited the Hunterdon County Senior Center in Flemington, accompanied by their teachers Amy Brenner, Denise Grimm, and Kyle Rehrig.
The students are participating in the National Future City Competition, which challenges students to engineer a city that could exist 100 years in the future. This year’s theme is The Age-Friendly City, and students are being asked to create future cities that allow senior citizens to be as active, independent, and engaged as they want to be.
Freeholder Director John E. Lanza said, “Our seniors have so much to offer our community. It is rewarding to see the younger generation interacting with them and working alongside them to create a future “city” which is inclusive of all generations. Our Hunterdon County Senior Program is a benefit to all who participate and we hope to continue with more programs like this in the