On September 17 BrooklineCAN members and prospective members celebrated Brookline becoming a World Health Organization “Age-Friendly City”, learned about Brookline’s Age-Friendly services at our Expo booths, recognized town departments who are participating in the “Age-Friendly City” program, honored Nancy Daly for her leadership and support, and enjoyed refreshments and music of the Brookline High School Jazz Ensemble.
Photos by Mimi Katz (41 images) and Chris Chanyasulkit (8 images).
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