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We are excited to be presenting a pre Kentucky Derby Day event with proceeds to benefit the Council on Aging of Clay County.  And excited to have
  
as our Triple Crown Sponsor!
     This event will be held on Friday evening May 6 2016 at bestbet Kennel Club in Orange Park.  This Southern style Derby evening will begin with Starting Gate cocktail hour beginning at 6:15PM.  You will enjoy assorted appetizers, and of course, mint juleps!
     The Southern Style Derby buffet served at 7:15PM will feature Bar-B-Q ribs, pulled pork, chicken, corn, beans, salad and derby pie.
     The evening will be filled with "Femmes in Brims" hat contest for women and "Studs in Duds" men's attire contest.  Your donation of $10 will put you "in the running" for contests to be judged by Ken Amaro of First Coast News and Clay County Commissioner, Diane Hutchings, and there will be a cash prize of $100 for each!
     You just can't miss this event!  
See more on our event page  Click Here
 


 

OLD KARTS & ARTS

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CAR- TRUCK – MOTORCYCLE SHOW

ART &CRAFTS, MUSIC, FOOD

CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH 2016, 10 AM to 4 PM ON WALNUT ST.

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN GREEN COVE SPRINGS

Benefit Council on Aging

To Register CLICK HERE!

 
 
For over 40 years, Council on Aging has been the trusted source for the health & welfare for seniors in Clay County We are the only non profit organization providing service to all of Clay County that is able of bringing every resource together to help keep older adults active, healthy and in their home as they age. If you or a family member need information, services, or just someone to guide you through the many options, we're here to help.
Independence is so important. Countless studies have shown that if an individual is allowed to stay in their home as they age, it reduces health problems, and lowers the overall cost of health care, and can dramatically extend our healthy life. Without access to the right resources, remaining in the home can be a significant challenge for many seniors and the families that care for them.
Research our website to find the many opportunities that Council on Aging of Clay County has for you. From 4 very active senior activity centers with meal sites, to volunteer opportunities and community events, we have a little something for everyone. Thank you for visiting.
 

Click Here to visit our Donation Page.  Senior Adult Services Provided to individuals and their Families:  Essential and Innovative

 























 










































 
 
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