On Sunday, Staying Put in New Canaan will host its fourth annual meeting at 2 p.m. in Morrill Hall at St. Marks Church.

This occasion will mark another successful growth year for the organization whose goal is to give its senior members the practical means and social support to live their lives to the fullest, safely and confidently, in the New Canaan community.

The meeting is open to Staying Put members, volunteers, donors and their guests. Refreshments will be served. Highlighting the afternoon's gathering will be an address by First Selectman Jeb Walker who has acknowledged Staying Put's value to New Canaan. He will speak about current issues.

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There will also be a brief business session. Executive Director Jane Nyce and Board President Tom Ferguson will speak about Staying Put's accomplishments in its three-and-a-half years of existence and discuss the future direction of the organization.

Membership now consists of 297 individuals representing 219 households. Last year, more than 1,700 requests for help were addressed and members enjoyed a social calendar of 80 specially planned events, with transportation included.

"We are encouraging all our members to invite friends to this meeting -- a wonderful opportunity to learn first-hand the benefits of joining Staying Put and how our more than 100 volunteers contribute to our wonderful community," Nyce said.

"Members and friends will also hear about new ways to make Staying Put even more meaningful in their lives," Ferguson said.

To make reservations and for more information, call 203-966-7762 or email director@stayingputnc.org.