Tom Weaver, director of dining services at Westminster at Lake Ridge, was honored with an “Active in Aging Award” from the Prince William Area Agency on Aging for his exemplary service in support of the agency’s 2012 Caregiver Conference. The award will be presented at noon on Nov. 28 at the Woodbridge Senior Center, 13850 Church Hill Dr. in Woodbridge.
“I’m very honored, but I’m just doing what’s in my heart and what’s called for in Westminster at Lake Ridge mission,” says Weaver, referring to the continuing care retirement community in Lake Ridge, VA. where he’s worked for 11 years. “Doing community outreach like this is a great opportunity to better serve the community.”
By implementing programs and services for older adults, the Prince William Area Agency on Aging helps maintain their independence and quality of life. The agency, one of more than 670 in the national aging network of Area Agencies on Aging, serves older adults, their families and caregivers in the tri-jurisdictional area of Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park.
Westminster at Lake Ridge is a Continuing Care Retirement Community located next to the historic, riverside Town of Occoquan, Virginia just across the river from Fairfax County and 30 minutes from Washington, D.C. Residents enjoy wellness and lifelong learning opportunities, the choice of maintenance-free cottage or apartment living, housekeeping, dining, parking, transportation and on-site amenities all in a beautiful, wooded campus environment featuring two ponds, gardens and trails to the Occoquan River. For more information, contact Clint Weigl 703-496-3440.