The popular Salem County Silver Fox Tea, an annual luncheon for ladies 60 years or older, will be held on Wednesday, May 17, sponsored by the County Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with PSE&G and Mid Atlantic States Career & Education Center.
The event attracted more than 140 ladies last year and will again be held at the Queen of Apostle’s Church on South Broadway in Pennsville, which has plentiful parking and easy access. The musical group ‘Heaven Bound’ – back by popular request – will provide entertainment during the luncheon.
“This is an exciting afternoon and we invite ladies 60 years and older to RSVP quickly. Tickets are free, and we were at near capacity last year,” said Freeholder Director Bob Vanderslice, who chairs the Health and Human Services Committee. “The Silver Fox Tea is an example of what happens in Salem County through the kindness of our two partners and the efforts of our staff in the Office on Aging and Disabilities.”
The event is scheduled from 11 am until 2 pm. Specialized transportation is available for those who are eligible. For reservations, contact the Salem County Office on Aging at 856-339-8622 by Friday, May 12th.