Take a look: Stay at Home in Wilton's essential ingredient for joy

On Dec. 9, over 80 lives were touched as many members, volunteers, and friends of Stay at Home in Wilton from all generations came together to celebrate the joy of the season.

There was a sense of community in the air as president, Ann Newton, recognized the amazing organizations and people who support Stay at Home in Wilton. The organization is grateful to the Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association for their generous sponsorship of the 2016 Holiday Party, Wilton Congregational Church, The Treblemakers who entertained guests with a holiday sing-along and Wilton High School Candy Stripers, who served at the holiday party. Their generous gift of giving truly honored the spirit of the season.

The holiday party is a festive gathering and also a special time of year where Stay at Home in Wilton recognizes the heart of the organization, the tremendous volunteers who provide rides, computer help, home repairs, and other services for members.   

Giving is one of the essential ingredients and special joys of the season. Stay at Home in Wilton is so thankful for all who have generously given to the organization throughout the year.   

Stay at Home in Wilton is a non-profit organization, led by seniors who believe in the importance of community and its role in promoting the health and well-being of seniors by providing a safety net and an opportunity to age in place.  www.stayathomeinwilton.org