Mary Ann LaQuatra, Assistant Deputy
Joan Corrigan, Senior Coordinator
You can also contact the Office of Aging by email at
BROOK PARK RECREATION SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB
4 Blood pressure, Villa Camillus, Nancy Greitzer with treats
6 9:00 a.m. Spring Walk for Health, lunch on your own
11 Wear a Hawaiian shirt, Royal Oak treat, Berea Historical Society
18 Tour of Pittsburgh, Lunch at Church Brew Works
25 Hot dog day, new advances in hip/knee replacement with Dr. Lika
27 8:00 a.m. Hartville Trip
2 Blood pressure, book talk and discussion, club report
9 10:00 a.m. Humble Bee, bring your smiles with Donna Treher
16 10:00 a.m. RSVP Players short skits
18 Afternoon at Royal Oak, free lunch, bingo
23 10:00 a.m. 90th birthday celebrations with Rob Shuss
25 9:00 a.m. Short city tour, lunch on your own
30 Pizza day with Dr. Valerie Powers, general health questions
6 10:00 a.m. Blood pressure, short talk on neuropathy with Dr Sam Galati
13 Morning of laughter with Charlie Prose
15 9:00 Short city tour, lunch on your own
20 9:00 a.m. Senior picnic with Mr. Chicken at the pavilion; fun, games, bingo
27 Hot dog day, healthy heart program, Dana Bologna, RN
SUMMER CONCERTS AT THE GAZEBO
August 1 Eric Noltkamper
August 8 Little Billy Fischer
August 15 Linda Kirk—Heart to Heart
August 22 Bob and Shelly Orlandi
August 29 Jeff Cavallo and his steel drum
Brook Park Food Pantry
Working together to provide hunger relief in our Community.
Hours of Operation: 1st & 3rd Thursdays of Every Month , 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: 5590 Smith Road Brook Park, Ohio 44142
The Food Pantry is open to Brook Park residents and those belonging to any Brook Park church. Registration is required. Monetary or Food Donations are always accepted. For more information, please contact Vicki Elliott at 216-433-4168.
Senior Citizens Club
If you would like to meet new friends, go on some bus trips, or share
stories and company, then you should consider becoming a part of the Brook
Park Senior Club. The Club is associated with the Brook Park Recreation
Department and it's members are Brook Park residents. They meet on Tuesdays
at the Recreation Center. The Senior Coordinator is Joan Corrigan. For more
information, please call 216-433-4136. Blood Pressure is sponsored by SWGH
Community Outreach. Cancellations – Call Joan Corrigan 216-433-4136.
Call 216-433-4136 for information. A registration form must be filled
out and signed by rider. Call and an application will be mailed to you or
you can pick one up at the Brook Park Recreation Center, Office of Aging,
17400 Holland Rd.
Eligibility: You must be 60 years of age or a totally disabled adult and be
a resident of Brook Park
Call Center Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to Noon.
Please contact the call center for a list of the city’s holiday observances,
on which days we are closed.
Vehicle Hours of Operation: Monday thru Friday 7:30 am to 3:00 pm. Trips are
scheduled based on availability. You must have completed your appointment
and be home by 3:00.
Scheduling – All trips must be scheduled by noon the day prior to the
appointment or up to 7 days in advance. If you received the answering
service please leave a message.
Fare: Fares range from $1 to $3 per one way trip depending on your
Phone number to schedule 440-826-0800
Senior Employment Center
Are you over 40 and looking for a job? The Senior employment Center is a
non-profit organization that assists workers aged 40+ with their job search.
Located in Euclid, Ohio, the center offers job search assistance and
training, computer help, employer contacts, and general assistance with job
search matters and supplies. All services are free. Orientation is every
Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. Call 216-731-4664 to sign up for an orientation date.
Shopping schedule on Wednesdays is to Brook Park area merchants. To join our
shoppers, call us on Tuesdays at 216-433-4136. A $1.00 fee will be charged per
person for shopping.
Grass Cutting/Snow Plowing
To participate in these programs, you may request an application by calling
216-433-1300. There are certain requirements that must be met to participate
in these programs.
Blood Pressure Screenings
In conjunction with Southwest General Health Center and the Senior
are held the 1st Tuesday of every month from 9:00 - Noon.
Prescription Drug Discount Program
The Mature RX Prescription Drug Program is available to all Brook Park
residents. The program is not insurance and there is no membership fee or
any charge to obtain the prescription card. Although the program does not
cover all medications, most brand name drugs all generic medications are
included. It is important to note the amount of the discount will vary from
drug to drug. The program administrator is FFI Health Services. For more
information or to sign-up, contact FFI Customer Service at 800-511-1314 and
mention you are with Group #BROOK PARK. All calls must be directed to FFI.
Homestead Exemption Program
The Homestead Exemption Program offers reductions in property taxes for
senior citizens and disabled individuals that meet income qualifications.
For more information, call the Cuyahoga County Auditor's office at