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By Kaleigh Rogers There are horse barns in New York City. A lot of people don’t realize this, but I’m lucky enough to have uncovered this secret through volunteering at a therapeutic riding program for children with disabilities. A couple of Sundays a month, I get up early, drink my coffee on the train to Forest […]

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SAGE’s Annual Meeting & Awards May 29 HONOREES: – Cynthia Orsini – The Agnes N. Badgley Award – Christine Galiardo – The Bob Abelson Carry the Torch Award – Kaitlyn Szot – The Ben Zukoff Outstanding Youth Award – Marie Francois – Health Aide of the Year Award WHEN: Wednesday, May 29th at 6:30 pm […]

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Artwork created by participants of SAGE Eldercare’s Spend-A-Day program is on display at the Union County Freeholders Gallery now through February 14th. The exhibit is made possible, in part, by the 2018 HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Additional funding comes from individual donors. The Art from the Heart […]

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On December 13th the Pettet Sisters, a sibling duo, performed a holiday show for participants of SAGE’s Spend-A-Day program. The pair sang and danced through a host of well-known holiday favorites and everyone joined in for the fun. The sisters, Kristen and Ashley, have performed all over the US, including the White House. Kristen has […]

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