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Senior Festival
APRIL 10, 2015

Come out for this FREE community education event! It’s a great opportunity to learn about many great subjects including:
-Medication Disposal
-Medicare and Your Options
And many more!

Make sure to register! To register: visit or RSVP to Linda at (540) 327-3083. Registrations are required by March 27th.

Winchester/Frederick County TRIAD Brought to you by your local S.A.L.T council 2/6/2015

Lauren Cummings, Winchester Police Department, Police Community Relations/Crime Prevention Specialist (540) 545-7548,

2nd Annual Senior Spring Festival to be Held in April

During the 2nd Annual Senior Spring Festival hosted by the Winchester/Frederick County TRIAD, local seniors will be educated on our area’s heroin epidemic and what they can do to help combat the problem. Research shows prescription drug abuse often leads to heroin abuse and the prescriptions that are abused are many times stolen from a loved one. One of the seven presentations during the TRIAD Spring Festival will be on proper medication disposal. Seniors will be encouraged to lock up their prescriptions in a medication lock box, and to dispose of their unused and expired medications in a collection unit.

The Senior Festival will be held on Friday, April 10 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Braddock Street United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. TRIAD is a partnership between the local sheriff’s offices, police department, seniors and senior service providers in the community who work together to reduce criminal victimization of the elderly. The local Seniors and Law Enforcement Together Council (S.A.L.T. Council) includes representatives from the Winchester Police Department, Winchester City Sheriff’s Office, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, more than a dozen senior service providers, and local seniors.

The festival will include vendors, free breakfast and lunch, and speakers on the following topics:

  • Fraud/Scams
  • Elder Abuse
  • Medication Disposal
  • Medicare and Your Options
  • Seniors Driving Safety
  • Respite Care
  • Project Lifesaver

To register visit or RSVP to Linda at (540) 327-3083. Registrations are required by March 27th.