February 11, 2018 from 3-5pm
Join us for our longest-running fundraiser on February 11th from 3-5pm at the Chatham County Council on Aging in Pittsboro (365 Hwy 87 N). We are going back to our roots and its all chocolate cake for the 30th anniversary. $5/adults ($3 for kids) gets you cake tasting, coffee and or milk and music by Accordion Café. If you don’t like to bake, buy a cake for someone you love for Valentine’s Day. To enter your cake, contact Melanie Girard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-542-4512.Cake-Bake-Off-Flyer-2018
All seniors welcome! We’ve moved Senior Day at the Chatham County Fair to the Council on Aging in Pittsboro!
November 5, 2017 from 4pm-6pm.
Please consider supporting our Chatham County seniors by sponsoring our 2nd Annual Chili Cook-off. The event will be held at the Eastern Chatham Senior Center at 365 Hwy 87 N, Pittsboro. For $10 guests will get to taste local chili creations, cornbread, dessert, drink and enjoy live music from The Unmentionables. AARP Local Chapter 5229 is hosting the fundraiser for the Council and all proceeds go to senior center operations.To enter your chili or sponsor our event, please contact email@example.com. Come over after CORA Food Pantry’s Hunger Walk which starts and ends at the Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro campus.
The Council on Aging is excited to announce a Meals on Wheels fundraiser and silent auction with Chatham’s very own mandolin hero, Tony Williamson.
Williamson will be performing at Carolina Meadows in Chapel Hill (Chatham County) with his brother Gary, along with Nixon, Blevins and Gage (bluegrass) and Diali Keba Cissokho (a Griot Korist) for a special, local performance. Also, members of the North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble will perform.
Tickets Purchased at Eventbrite
$15 General Admission (Show time 6:30-8:30pm)
Ticket includes performance in auditorium with light dessert.
“I have a very personal interest in this project: not only is this going to be a fabulous evening of musical fun and a chance for me to enjoy the explosive talents of the other musicians on the schedule, this is going to bring our community together for an extremely worthy cause. The buzz on this is strong and I know we will have an amazing gathering. But even more importantly, everyone I know has benefitted from the wisdom and guidance of a senior citizen at some time or other, and for us to now give something back is an opportunity not to be missed!”—Tony Williamson
Net proceeds go to Meals on Wheels and other programs at the Chatham County Council on Aging, a non-profit organization serving Chatham seniors since 1974.