Learn about WLLO Village program
The WLLO Village is a nonprofit organization which directs community efforts to allow people to remain living in their homes as they age. It is a movement taking place across the nation which calls for neighbors to help neighbors stay neighbors.
The WLLO Village includes the communities of Lake Oswego, West Linn and the Stafford Hamlet.
All people interested in learning more about the program are invited to attend these events:
n Lunch Bunch taking place March 26, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Essence of China, 1727 Willamette Falls Drive in West Linn. This is a no-host event.
n Introduction to WLLO Village, taking place March 29 from 1-2:30 p.m. at a personal home. Does aging-in-place and community sound appealing? The Village Movement can assist with that. Learn what you can do to help keep the movement going forward as a volunteer and/or member. Call 503-308-8223 for the address.
While this is a all-volunteer organization, there are costs associated with building and maintaining this community. There are costs like required certifications, computer programs, printing and telephone service to name just a few line items from its budget.
The WLLO Village is working hard to keep membership fees affordable and charge $2 a day or less, depending on the kind of membership selected.
— For the Review, Tidings
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