Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center recently welcomed nine MaineGeneral Health residents, the are from left, Alyssa Thomas, DO, Emeka Esomonu, MD, Kate Farber, MD, Megan Franzetti, DO, Nika Karlsson, DO, Katherine Badger, MD, Alivia Spicer, DO, Miriam Uduebor, MD, Barbara Moss, DO, and Garrett Fontaine, MD. Contributed photo

WATERVILLE — Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center recently welcomed nine MaineGeneral Health residents to the center to learn about the organization’s programs and spend the day volunteering.

During the event, Victoria Abbott, Spectrum Generations’ community engagement director, spoke with the residents about Meals on Wheels, Bridges Home Services Adult Day Program, Medicare Counseling, and Aging and Disability resources. In return, the residents cleaned out the cooler, washed the vans, cleaned the dining room, and made the gardens beautiful.

Spectrum Generations, the Central Maine Area Agency on Aging and Aging and Disability Resource Center, has been a leading provider of information and advice, referrals, programs and activities for adults for over 40 years.

If your company wants to commit to an afternoon or a shared weekly volunteer opportunity, email Spectrum Generations’ volunteer coordinator at [email protected].

For more information, visit spectrumgenerations.org.

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