Aging Mastery Program returns to Enumclaw | Enumclaw Senior Center

The free program has limited space, so reserve your seat soon.

The Aging Mastery Program is brought to you by the National Council on Aging. Image courtesy of the NCOA

The Aging Mastery Program is brought to you by the National Council on Aging. Image courtesy of the NCOA

The following is a press release from the Enumclaw Senior Center:

Thanks to a grant from the National Council on Aging and King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy, the Enumclaw Senior Center will be offering its popular Aging Mastery Program (AMP) this spring.

This free, innovative 10-week program is available to residents 55 and older. The Aging Mastery Program is a fun, education program that empowers participants to embrace their gift of longevity by spending more time doing things that are good for themselves and for others.

The course addresses topics like gratitude, exercise, advance planning, sleep, fall prevention and more. Speakers in each field are provided for most topics. The program will be offered on Wednesdays beginning March 25 and running through May 27 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at Green River College, Enumclaw Campus, corner of Griffin Avenue and Porter Street.

For more information, or to register, visit the Enumclaw Senior Center or call 360-825-4741. Spaces are limited for this popular course.

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