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August 30, 2013

Wenham's new COA leader a longtime resident


Reynolds said he has met with area Council on Aging directors in Ipswich, Manchester, Beverly and Hamilton. Through his classes at UMass, he’s talked to the directors in Newton and Lincoln.

Hamilton and Wenham have been sharing senior services for the past year on a trial basis to see if the towns could merge the services permanently. The two towns decided to provide their own programs.

At the ice cream social, many thanked Reynolds for the job he’s done in getting started in his new position.

“I am happy he is here and getting to know everyone,” Frederiksen said.

Staff writer Jonathan Phelps can be reached at 978-338-2527 or by email at Follow him on Twitter at JPhelps_SN.

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