Friday, July 15th from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Dodd Stadium (14 Stott Ave, Norwich)
Living Today for a Better Tomorrow
* Health Screenings * Information for Seniors & Caregivers *
Presented by Senior Resources Agency on Aging
Set in Norwich, CT in the 1860’s, White Gloves is an historical fiction novel with themes of mystery, intrigue, deception, and redemption. Follow the story of Edwina Wojneck, a poor girl living with her family who always felt there was more to life than washing clothes and being belittled by her Mummy.
After her glamorous Aunt Vi gives her a taste of the finer things in life, Edwina is whisked off to a new “station” – being a maid in Rochurst Manor. While there Edwina learns of the strange and disturbing past of Master Rochurst, and the tragic present circumstances of the ladies of the house!
Book Price ~ Senior Center Members: $12.00 Non-Members: $17.00
Purchase Book at Reception. All proceeds will benefit the Rose City Senior Center.
Book Discussion: Karen Warfield will be here in late Summer/early Fall for a book discussion for those who are interested after reading the book. The date is not yet scheduled.
Book Loan: The Senior Center has two copies of White Gloves to loan out (two week loan time) for Senior Center Members not able to purchase a book. Please see Hilary if you are interested.
Property Tax Credit (Circuit Breaker) Program is available to all CT real property owners who are age 65 or older or totally disabled. Annual income cannot exceed $38,100 for an individual or $46,400 for a couple in 2021. Discounts are based on a graduated income scale and are calculated by your town’s Tax Assessors Office. Discount is applied directly to the applicant’s real property tax bill.
Norwich Residents: For more information or to apply for the Property Tax Credit Program, please call the Norwich Tax Assessor’s Office.
Applications are accepted between February 1 and May 15, 2022.
Norwich Tax Assessor (860) 823-3723
Veterans with established Connecticut residency may also be eligible for other tax credits.
Residents of other towns: Call your town’s Tax Assessor’s Office for more information.
Eligibility is based on income, family size, assets, and expenses.
Energy Assistance ~ Provides assistance towards a homes primary source of heat – oil, natural gas, electricity, propane, kerosene, coal, wood or wood pellets.
Water Assistance ~ This is a one-time water assistance benefit to help with restoration of household water services to disconnected homes; reduction of overdue water bills; and prevention of service disconnection. Help is available for both household water and wastewater bills.
Annual Income $39,027 $51,035 $63,044
► Last Day to Apply: May 31, 2022
Payments are made directly to your utility, fuel or water provider.
For an appointment or for additional information, please call TVCCA (860) 425-6681
Do you have questions on how to use a computer, the Internet or email? Looking for assistance with your laptop, tablet, or cell phone? Joyce, our new Computer Assistance volunteer can help you out!
Joyce meets with Senior Center Members by appointment only.
Please call Reception for Joyce’s contact information
To schedule an appointment (860) 889-5960