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Clackamas County representatives will present ways that adults can remain active within the community as they age.

Clackamas County representatives will visit the Canby Adult Center on Wednesday, May 18 at 1 p.m. to share information about volunteer opportunities that help older county residents remain in their homes and active in their communities.

May is Older Americans Month. The theme this year is "Age My Way," focusing on how older adults can stay in their homes, live independently and be involved in their communities for as long as possible. All these things contribute to better physical and mental well-being.

Volunteering is one great way to be involved in the community while helping others live independently.

Clackamas County's Retired Senior Volunteer Program helps individuals age 55 and older contribute their experience, time and compassion to programs that offer other seniors companionship, transportation, money management help, and many other services. Visit

to learn more.

Those interested in attending the May 18 presentation at the Canby Adult Center can register in advance by calling 503-266-2970 or signing up at the front desk. The center is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and located at 1250 S. Ivy St.

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