MARLBOROUGH – The Winske and Fitzpatrick households just lately donated $675 to the Marlborough Senior Middle within the reminiscence of Paul Winske and Kay Fitzpatrick.
The donation, which was unanimously authorised by the Marlborough Metropolis Council at a Nov. 8 assembly, is designated for use for particular programming.
“Paul particularly liked the bus journeys, coming for a cup of espresso to get pleasure from and sit and chat with others in addition to having fun with lunch right here on the heart,” wrote Trish Pope, the manager director for the Council on Getting older and Senior Middle in an e-mail to the Group Advocate. “Kay particularly loved card video games and lunch together with her pals.”
“We’re honored on the Senior Middle to have these fantastic households request donations to the middle of their names,” Pope continued.
Pope added that each Winske and Fitzgerald had been energetic and concerned members on the Senior Middle earlier than they handed away.
In a letter submitted to the Metropolis Council earlier than their approval of this donation, Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant thanked the assorted donors to the Senior Middle for enhancing the standard of life for Marlborough’s senior inhabitants.
This donation, certainly, comes after the Senior Middle acquired a separate $10,000 donation earlier this yr in reminiscence of Paul and his spouse Marie Winske.
“I want to thank the Winske and Fitzpatrick households for pondering of the Senior Middle throughout their time of grief,” Pope wrote in her letter to the Metropolis Council earlier this month.