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Kudos to Baltimore County’s online outreach to seniors | READER COMMENTARY

Shirley Hewitt plays bingo and takes art classes online from the Baltimore County senior centers. She also has scheduled a trip to New England next year through the Catonsville Senior Center.
Shirley Hewitt plays bingo and takes art classes online from the Baltimore County senior centers. She also has scheduled a trip to New England next year through the Catonsville Senior Center. (Brian Krista/Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Bravo to Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. and senior center directors, assistant directors and volunteers of Cockeysville, Bykota, Overlea, Fullerton and Seven Oaks to name a few, for their amazing transformation in making available via Zoom excellent activities of all kinds (”‘A bit of a lifeline’: Still closed, Baltimore County senior centers keep seniors connected online,” Sept. 21).

The teachers and instructors are doing a monumental job in connecting with seniors and helping them through this pandemic. There is a wonderful variety of classes. Something for everyone from learning something new, exercise, just watching a performance or cooking demonstration or having lunch with others, and the added plus, meeting new friends.

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Thank you so very much to all who work so hard to put this together. It is so appreciated!

Barbara Friedman, Timonium

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