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Film Festival Includes Films on Aging

February, 9th – Missoula Aging Services is proud to partner with the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival to support the "Younger Than Yesterday" film strand in an effort to raise awareness about issues affecting older adults. The festival runs from Feb. 19 - 28, with films screening at the Wilma...

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Scams Target Older Adults!

February, 1st – Anyone can become a victim to a scam, but older adults are even more vulnerable than their more tech-savvy counterparts. That's one reason many phone and phishing scams are targeted toward seniors. ABC Fox Montana interviewed MAS Chief Financial Officer Debbie Lester and pr...

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Meals on Wheels Needs Volunteers Drivers For Rural Routes

January, 14th – Meals on Wheels Volunteer Coordinators posted an urgent request this week for drivers on rural routes to Lolo and Frenchtown, and as far as the Ninemile Valley. Read Kim Briggeman's full story in the Missoulian here.

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Apply Now for Low Income Energy Assistance!

December, 30th – Attention older adults or a persons with a disability who could use help stretching your budget! You may qualify for the state’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP), which pays a portion of winter energy bills for eligible people. Applications are available at Mi...

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Giving Tuesday Fueled by Collaboration

December, 2nd – Giving Tuesday on Dec. 1 kicked off the season of giving for many local organizations. As in the past four years, social media campaigns played a major role in this one-day event. KPAX-TV interviewed Missoula Aging Services' Development Officer Kathryn Hungerford for this s...

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Giving Trees Brighten Holidays!

December, 1st – Red ribbons, candy canes and twinkling lights adorn beautiful Giving Trees which spread joy to Missoula’s older adults this holiday! The trees offer you an opportunity to help seniors in meaningful ways such as providing Meals on Wheels to housebound individuals in need. ...

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Missoulian "Booming" column

Each month an expert from our staff, governing board or a partner organization provides personal insight and information about a topic of interest to Baby Boomers. MAS Chief Executive Officer Susan Kohler discusses the new Options For Better Aging program in this month's column. Click here!

Letter to the Editor

From the March 31, 2015 Missoulian, here's what one reader wrote about us. Click here to read the letter.