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09.16.15 REMINDER: Executive Kittleman to unveil renovated Ellicott City 50+ Center and new Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center

September 16, 2015

Media Contacts:
Deidre McCabe, Director of Communications, Office of Public Information, 410-313-2022
Starr Sowers, Administrator, Office on Aging, 410-313-6536 (voice/relay)

REMINDER: Executive Kittleman to unveil renovated Ellicott City 50+ Center and new Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center

ELLICOTT CITY, MD – Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman will join Department of Citizen Services Director Phyllis Madachy and Office on Aging Administrator Starr Sowers tomorrow, September 17, for a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil the new Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center and the newly renovated Ellicott City 50+ Center. Kittleman also will make an announcement regarding new initiatives that will support the growth of Howard County’s aging population over the next two decades

Geared towards residents age 50 and older and located on the site of the former Howard County Library System Miller Branch, the new Fitness Center features state-of-the-art equipment, an exercise studio and a classroom. Renovations to the Ellicott City 50+ Center next door, include a reconfigured front entrance, expanded space for the Ellicott City Senior Center Plus program and a new outdoor porch area.

Tours of each building will be offered following the ceremony and an informal reception will take place at the Ellicott City 50+ Center.

WHO:
Allan H. Kittleman, Howard County Executive
Jon Weinstein, Vice Chairperson, Howard County Council
Phyllis Madachy, Director, Department of Citizen Services
Starr Sowers, Administrator, Office on Aging
Barbara Scher, Manager, 50+ Centers Division

WHAT:
Ellicott City 50+ Center and Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center ribbon cutting

WHEN:
Thursday, September 17, 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:
Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center, 9411 Frederick Road, Ellicott City

WHY:
To mark the official re-opening of the newly-renovated Ellicott City 50+ Center and the opening of the new, state-of-the-art Ellicott City 50+ Fitness Center, and to announce new initiatives to meet the needs of Howard County’s aging population.

 

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