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Reserve your seat here

(and find out about all upcoming SAGE events)

Saturday, October 21

5:30 Silent Auction   6:30 Gourmet Meal 7:30 Program

Harrison Center, All Saints Church

1340 Lancaster Ave, Syracuse

Coming Up:

The SAGE Upstate 11th Annual

Community Celebration & Dinner

COVID is once again prevalent in our community. If you are feeling ill, please stay home. We have masks and hand sanitizer for program participants to use -- they will be located on a table near the front door. All participants are free to use them and/or maintain social distance. Please respect everyone's choices on masking and distancing.

 

From the CDC:  People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Anyone can have mild to severe symptoms. Possible symptoms include:

  • Fever or chills

  • Cough

  • shortness of breath

  • difficulty breathing

  • sore throat

  • congestion or runny nose

  • nausea or vomiting

  • diarrhea

  • fatigue

  • muscle or body aches

  • headache

  • new loss of taste or smell

For more on COVID, visit the CDC website here

New COVID guidelines -- September 2023 -- can be found here.

Would you like to volunteer? Find info here.

Program News

Fitness classes return: Mondays & Fridays at 11

9/12: Craft with Leslie and your SAGE friends

9/26: SAGEVets is back after a summer break

October: Intergenerational Event at the Everson

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Find out about all SAGE

programs here, or contact

Leslie at llamb@sageupstate.org

or 315-478-1923

Neighborhood Advisor

SAGE Upstate's Neighborhood Advisor is able to help you get services you need to keep you healthy, strong, and independent, and Keep you aware of

community resources.

Find out more here, or

contact Trish at tjohnson@sageupstate.org

or or 315-478-192

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Oral History Project

Your memories are a critical part of LGBTQ+ history. Our stories about Gay and Lesbian bars of the 50s and 60s, the impact of AIDS in Central New York, 21st century victories and how they've affected us, coming out, enduring friendships -- these are all a part of local LGBTQ history. Would you like to add yours? Gary Fitzgerald (pictured above) and Will Doswell are creating an archive of Zoom video interviews which will be preserved and available on the SAGE Upstate website. Each video (15-20 minutes) is moderated by Gary --the topic is up to you. A zoom meeting before each interview helps to establish a format for your particular story. 

Interested? Contact Gary at fitzgarce@gmail.com ; Will  for more details. Will Doswell - wdoswell@aol.comGary Fitzgerald-  or call SAGE at 315-478-1923.

 


 

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IDENTITY

Individuals (of)

Different

Ethnicities (and)

Neighborhoods

Truly

Inspiring

Trust (and)

You-nity

At SAGE Upstate, we are creating a new program called IDENTITY. Tim Lattimore (pictured above), the SAGE Upstate Ambassador to LGBTQIA+ BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) communities, is planning activities where LGBTQIA+BIPOC can gather in safe and affirming space. He is now is reaching out for input on programs -- community discussions, social gatherings, and other activities that people might express. Tim says, "IDENTITY  symbolizes the idea of being able to be yourself and speak your mind without judgment, ridicule, or fear. The program  is a safe space that YOU get to create."  For more info or to share ideas, contact Tim at tlattimore@sageupstate.org, or leave a message with Leslie (315-478-1923). 

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