On February 9, 2023

Castleton Community Seniors celebrates 25 years

The Castleton Community Seniors held a 25th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 1. 

Over 50 members and guests attended the dinner and watched a PowerPoint presentation with photos from the past 25 years showing the men and women whose vision helped make Castleton Community Seniors into the success that it is  today. 

This year, 2023, marks 25 years that many of the programs and services for the Castleton Community Seniors began, including: 

The first meeting of the CCS board of directors was held January 20, 1998.

The first newsletter (Old Homestead News) was published.

The first senior meal was served February 4, 1998. 

The elderly and disabled transportation program began October 4, 1998.

There were 69 members in 1998, and today the Castleton Community Seniors have over 500 members.

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