Macy’s And East Harlem’s Carter Burden Network Celebrate National Senior Citizen Day

On Wednesday, August 21st, Macy’s and the Carter Burden Network (CBN) celebrated National Senior Citizens Day with a full day of exciting activities for East Harlem seniors at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Center (Covello).

Covello is a program of the Carter Burden Network. Macy’s also presented a $25,000 check to Executive Director of the Carter Burden Network, William J. Dionne, which will provide continued support for the Macy’s Creative Arts Center.

Macy’s volunteers provided a full day of fun-filled activities for local seniors that included sewing embellishment courses, prepping and serving lunch, beauty tips from Macy’s beauty advisors during a how-to-beauty class, and leading technology info sessions for seniors.

A leader in aging services, CBN promotes the well-being of seniors 60 and older through a continuum of services advocacy, arts and culture, health and wellness, and volunteer programs all oriented to individual, family and community needs in New York City.

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The Carter Burden Network is partially funded by New York City Department for the Aging.

Photo credit; Macy’s NE Media Team

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