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Hunterdon County Division of Senior, Disabilities and Veterans' Services

From the Director

Dear Friends,

We are amid the Atlantic Hurricane Season and winter is approaching. Last year, Hunterdon County suffered with the effects of Hurricane Ida.

With these thoughts in mind, I wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone to prepare by making the following plans:

1. Have an emergency kit on hand to include three days of supplies:

• water (one gallon per person per day)

• a flashlight with extra batteries and bulbs

• battery operated radio

• first aid kit 

• medications for seven days

• a pocket-sized multi-purpose tool

• sanitation and personal hygiene items (toilet paper and plastic garbage bags

• copies of personal documents (list of medications and pertinent medical information, insurance cards)

• emergency blanket

• whistle (to attract the attention of emergency personnel)

• change of clothing

• manual can opener

• pet supplies (food and medications)

• extra set of house and car keys

2. Make a family communication plan

3. Prepare a plan to stay in place

4. Prepare an evacuation route

If you are interested in additional information on emergency preparedness the Hunterdon County Department of Public Safety, Office of Emergency Management, updates their website frequently. Their web address is 

Enjoy the remainder of the summer!


Laine Nauman, Director

Hunterdon County Division of Senior, Disabilities and Veterans' Services

The offices will be closed on Thursday September 22nd to celebrate the Division's 50th Anniversary.

All classes and appointments are cancelled for that day.

Visit our Website
Call us at 908-788-1361

For Our Newsletter- Seasoned Years- click here

Senior Center Programs and Activities

**Programs at the Senior Center in September!**


A Matter of Balance: Click here for flyer

Beginners Italian: Click here for flyer

Chorus: Click here for flyer

Creative Circle: Click here for flyer

Getting Stronger: Click here for flyer

Hand Knee and Foot : Click here for flyer

Intermediate Italian: Click here for flyer

The Library at the Senior Center has re-opened! Click here for flyer

Fitness classes: Exercise and dance classes for fitness and fun!

Classes for active social engagement: A great way to socialize and meet old friends and new!

Health and Wellness Lectures: To promote health and well-being in our community

Monthly Specials:

  • Lunch and Learn programs: Well curated educational, musical and other enriching programs and lectures

  • Presentations and Talks: Informative presentations and talks by leading members of our community


Please be advised that pre-registration is requested for all events.

Check our Website periodically for updates or call us at 908-788-1359

For our monthly Senior Health and Fitness Calendar of classes click here

For our monthly Senior Programs for Active Engagement Calendar click here

For our monthly Senior Health and Wellness Lecture Series click here

In The Spotlight

Special Events In September

Author Talk: Click here for flyer

o Lunch & Learn- Music: Click here for flyer

Lecture Series- Revolutionary War: Click here for flyer

2022 Medicare

Open Enrollment  

October 17th – December 7th

Each year plans change what they cost and what they cover. Those who don’t have prescription drug coverage can also enroll in a drug plan during open enrollment.

Review the 2022 costs or your current drug and health plan. Look at premium co-pays and deductibles.

Compare the cost and coverage to other plans in your area. Check to see if the plan covers your medicines, works with your pharmacy and covers the services you need.

Choose a plan that meets your needs.

Review your plan and act early to avoid any inconvenience at the pharmacy counter in January.


To make an appointment

please call 908-788-1361 and ask for the SHIP counselor or Pia Rey-Doklan SHIP Coordinator Email: [email protected]



Mr. Fix-It Appliance Day

Thursday, October 20th

You are invited to bring in your small items at this walk-in clinic. Volunteers will check and repair items, if possible. The only charge is for parts, as needed.

Time: 9:30 AM to Noon

Location: Senior Center

4 Gauntt Place, Flemington

No appointment needed.

(Donations are always welcome and greatly appreciated!)

Open to all Hunterdon County residents 60 years and over.

Sponsored by the Hunterdon County Division of Senior, Disabilities & Veterans' Services

For more information call

Jane Griffith, Mr. Fix-it Program Coordinator at 

908-788-1358 or 908-788-1361

Email: [email protected]

Questions or comments: Email us at [email protected]

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