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Peninsula Agency On Aging Celebrates Opening Of New Location

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JAMES CITY-On September 21, Peninsula Agency On Aging held a ribbon cutting ceremony and celebration of the opening of its new Williamsburg location at 4551 John Tyler Highway.


Peninsula Agency On Aging’s Williamsburg office moved into a new space located in the Governor’s Green Shopping Center, which is anchored by the Harris Teeter grocery store.


Peninsula Agency On Aging is an organization that provides services, resources, and support to enhance the quality of life of senior citizens in the community. The organization serves individuals in Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg, York, and James City.


Peninsula Agency On Aging’s Williamsburg office was previously housed in The Historic Triangle Messmer Community Services Building on Waller Mill Road in York County but had to relocate after it was announced earlier this year that Child Development Resources (CDR) would soon occupy the whole building.


In addition to Williamsburg, Peninsula Agency On Aging also has an office in Newport News on Thimble Shoals Boulevard.

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