Local senior citizens are invited to enjoy a meal, camaraderie and some entertainment as Huron Valley Schools’ Senior Appreciation Luncheon returns after a two-year hiatus.
The free luncheon will be served at noon, Saturday, June 4 in the Milford High School cafeteria. All seniors 60 and up are invited to attend, and HVS staff and families are encouraged to share the invitation with parents, grandparents, friends and neighbors.
In 2019, more than 150 seniors turned out for the luncheon, which began in 2016 as a way to forge connections between HVS and local seniors.
HVS Superintendent Dr. Paul Salah said he was looking forward to meeting and chatting with members of the greater community.
“People in the Huron Valley area care so much about the community as a whole,” Salah said “The senior appreciation luncheon will be a great opportunity to say ‘thank you’ once again for the passage of our 2019 Bond and our 2021 non-homestead millage renewal; I’m looking forward to connecting and reconnecting with folks we haven’t been able to see much these past two years.”
In addition to a catered lunch, seniors will have the opportunity to see a performance from the talented Milford High School Center Stage Choir.
A number of vendors will also be on hand with products and services available for interested seniors.
The event is hosted by Huron Valley Schools with support from Huron Valley Recreation and Community Education, the Huron Valley Community Coalition and local businesses.
Space is limited and RSVPs are required. Those interested in attending may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-684-8281.