Boomerslink began in 2000 by Patricia Cruz. She brought together a group of dedicated seniors who formed Senior Link-Independent Society. The purpose – to reach out to isolated seniors. We have recently adopted the brand Boomerslink. Using the wisdom, skills and time of seniors. Senior Link quickly became more than just a society providing activities […]
Boomers Link, Formerly known as Senior Link- Independent Society, begins new chapter.
My Second Home Fundraising
Our annual Yuletide Buffet is coming soon and we would like to give you an opportunity to show the seniors community your kind support. Your sponsorship/donation for this significant annual event will be celebrated and appreciated by the whole senior’s community. This year Boomers Link is seeking to raise funds for “My Second Home” Adult […]
My Second Home Lunch and Wine
We are excited to announce our project “My second Home – Daycare for Seniors” and we want to invite you to know more about it. Come and join us to a lunch and wine. Please feel free to share this with your network. See you there
Angels Presents Seniors Got Talent! Steveston Salmon Festival
Angels There for you Presents the 1st annual Seniors Got Talent! Our gathering is part of the 71st Steveston Salmon Festival, and the contest will take place on Canada Day July 1st at 1:30 PM at the Angels headquarters. After participating in the parade, we will gather to celebrate our seniors by bringing them together […]
Tea for Two in Langley
Tea for Two Langley is May 28th, 2016 at Langley United Church. All public are invited for this lovely afternoon gathering. Get in touch to reserve your tickets!
Tea for Two Richmond
Our annual Tea for Two happens again this Saturday May 14th at the South Arm United Church in Richmond. This celebration of friendship is important to us as it helps us ring in the new season. The tea will take place 2:00-4:00 PM at 11051 No.3 Road. Tickets are $8 each or two for $10! […]
Should I stay or should I go? Richmond Public Library Workshop April 19th
One week from today! With Patricia at the Richmond public library. Share with anyone who would benefit from attending this evening workshop about making the decisions around your friend or parents’ home and healthcare. All questions will be answered, and Patricia will stick around for anyone who needs more information.
Listen to this radio feature on our community relations director, Becky Herrmann!
Becky, our Community Relations director was featured in the podcast Spectacular Seniors that highlights seniors who do great work for other seniors. Vicki Starfire was kind enough to interview our Community Relations Director, Becky Herrmann for her radio program. Enjoy! http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/3813831
Angels fight ALS
Angel’s Walk for ALS This year’s Richmond-Vancouver WALK for ALS took place on Saturday, June 6 2015 at Garry Point Park in Steveston. Angels There for You were present and walked with the hundreds of others that enjoyed the sun drenched day of music and activities. The ALS walk is a family friendly event that […]
Do You Have a Care Plan for Your Elderly Parent?
It happens all the time. I answer the telephone to find a distraught ‘Baby Boomer’ on the other end. I listen quietly while they ask the standard questions and then I give them what they really need – comfort, empathy, emotional support and reassurance that they are not alone. How many people do you know […]