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Brookline Joins Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities

Announcement from the Brookline Town News Portal.

BrooklineCAN age-friendly business profile: Maruichi

BrooklineCAN (Brookline Community Aging Network) is highlighting a few businesses that are helping us get through these trying times. Brookline Tab article.

Residents Push For More Benches In Brookline - And Get Them

Brookline's Age Friendly Committee and BrooklineCAN pushed the town to bring in the benches as a way to encourage walking. Brookline Patch article.

Brookline Encourages Businesses To Keep Senior Shoppers In Mind

WGBH discussed age-friendly business in Brookline on their Greater Boston show on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Producer Tina Martin interviewed David Leschinsky, owner of Eureka! Puzzles, and BrooklineCAN members Frank Caro and Elenore Parker. John Seay and Matt Weiss also appear.

Brookline companies discuss age-friendly business

Brookline Tab article on BrooklineCAN's Annual Meeting

Brookline businesses work to become senior-friendly

  • Boston Globe article about BrooklineCAN's age-friendly business campaign featuring an interview with Frank Caro. May be blocked by pay wall if you have read more than your quota of free articles.

Brookline’s rising senior population demands housing

  • Brookline Tab article on the rising need for affordable senior housing. Quotes by BrooklineCAN co-chair Frank Caro, Henry Winkelman, a member of Brookline’s Age Friendly Cities Committee, and town officials.

BrooklineCAN honors community service at annual meeting

Brookline program gives rent relief to seniors

Brookline seniors petition Housing Authority for sidewalk repairs

Party of A Century

The Party of a Century, a special centenarian party for area residents 100 years or older at the Brookline Senior Center on Wednesday, July 15, 2015.

Mass. Councils on Aging honors Brookline CAN

  • Ruthann Dobek, Frank Caro, and the Brookline Community Aging Network were honored on June 5 by the Massachusetts Councils on Aging with the 2015 “Innovator of the Year” award. - Brookline Tab article

Frank Caro interview

Mass Realty's article on BrooklineCAN

BrooklineCAN's 3rd Annual Meeting & Reception

BrooklineCAN Annual Meeting

Brookline Housing Options

Brookline named age-friendly community

Brookline CAN launches Professional Service Providers' Group

Brookline Unsung Heroes

BrooklineCAN Advocates for Elder Friendly Parking Meters

BrooklineCAN Holds Successful Reception

BrooklineCAN Press Releases




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