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Delaware County Senior Services Levy Passes with Flying Colors

Voters have approved the Delaware County Senior Services Levy. The Committee to Save Senior Services and SourcePoint, the local nonprofit that manages senior services in Delaware County, offer sincere thanks to local voters for their support of the levy. Late Tuesday night, unofficial Board of Election data showed the levy had passed with 72 percent…
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Delaware Chamber Of Commerce

From the Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce At its April 18 meeting, the Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted to endorse the senior services levy that voters will see on the May 8th ballot. The 1.2 mil renewal plus the .01 mil will allow SourcePoint to continue services at their current level…
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Grace Clinic

From Grace Clinics of Ohio, Inc. We hear that Delaware County is the most affluent county in the state. This fact doesn’t tell the whole story. There are 9,034 people living in poverty in Delaware County. This number is double the number of people living in poverty in Morrow and Union Counties and higher than…
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Alzheimer’s Association

From the Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter During my time as a professional at the Alzheimer’s Association, I have met many wonderful families in the Delaware County community that unfortunately, have been inflicted with this terrible disease. It is a difficult journey for both the person diagnosed and their care partners. It can be an…
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Public Forums

SourcePoint Hosts Public Forums About Senior Services Levy April 11, 14 Free Pancake Breakfast Kicks Off Levy Campaign April 7 The Delaware County Senior Services Levy returns to the ballot May 8. Passage of the levy is needed to continue services for Delaware County’s rapidly growing older population, including in-home services, such as Meals on…
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Endorsed by The Columbus Dispatch

The Columbus Dispatch supports the May 8 Senior Services Levy! “This is a good investment for helping older residents stay healthy, and we encourage voters to vote “yes.” You can read this important editorial from the March 29, 2018, edition by clicking on the link below. Editorial: Delaware County levy meets needs of elderly

SourcePoint Invites Voters to Senior Services Levy Campaign Kickoff

Free Breakfast to Feature Fastest Flapjack Flipper in the World, Chris Cakes PRESS RELEASE—The fastest pancake maker in the world will be in Delaware County Saturday, April 7 to kick off Delaware County’s Senior Services Levy campaign. The free event for all ages runs from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at SourcePoint, 800 Cheshire Road in…
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Pancake Breakfast and Levy Campaign Kickoff

The Committee to Save Senior Services invites you to a free pancake breakfast featuring Guinness World Record holder, “Fastest Flipper” Chris Cakes on Saturday, April 7, 8:30‒10:30 a.m.

Commissioners Approve Senior Services Levy for May 8 Ballot

Today, Delaware County Commissioners approved a renewal of the Senior Services Levy at 1.2 mills, with an addition of 0.1 mills, to be placed on the May 8 ballot. This was the second vote of a two-step process. SourcePoint’s in-home services, provided through the senior services levy, include care management, Meals on Wheels, emergency response…
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