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First Art of Aging Fundraiser for Age Well Arrowhead

Amy Adamle
Created: September 23, 2019 09:35 AM

Age Well Arrowhead is hosting a new fundraiser this week called The Art of Aging.  

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It's the first fundraiser to support their transportation program, according to Kim Hileman with Age Well Arrowhead.

"We provide rides to medical appointments for people who aren't able to drive themselves," said Hileman.  

The event is art-themed and they're hoping to show that you're never too old to be creative and keep growing and changing. 

"We have so many beautiful art pieces and fun silent and live auction items," Hileman said.

She said planning this first event has really taken their whole team and the community's support.  The event is at the Northland Country Club and Hileman's hoping people come out for support, but also have a good time.

"Lots of good food, great company, and just please join us," Hileman said.

Age Well Arrowhead is a small company in Duluth that provides services and support so that aging adults can remain living in their homes independently.

"We all want to age well, we all want to stay in our homes as long as possible, and if we can help folks do that, that's what we're all about," Hileman said.

Hileman said they're able to help people stay healthy by taking them to medical appointments and grocery shopping and delivery.

The event is Thursday, September 26 at 5 p.m. at the Northland Country Club.  Tickets are $50 and they ask that you RSVP by September 24.  Click here to register. 

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