Tea, coffee and conversations... Dwarka silvers have their plates full

By City Spidey
Posted: Sep 04, 2018

Dwarka finally has a place where senior citizens can spend a good part of their day with others of their age — reading, chatting, discussing — and, in general, connecting with others. The AC hall, dubbed The Seniors Hub, was inaugurated yesterday by local councillor and leader of the House, SDMC, Kamaljeet Sehrawat, at Sector 19 in Ambrahi Village.

And here’s the best part — they will be served coffee and tea at no cost from 11 am to 8 pm.   

Owner of the MDH Group, Mahashya Dharampal, is the chief patron.

A resident of Harsukh Apartments in Sector 7 and general secretary of The Seniors Hub, Ravi Jaitely, said, “This is an innovative concept — the aim is to provide companionship, to facilitate human connectivity. Seniors can spend their free time here in the company of others who are at a similar phase of life. If they want, they can also order food, but they would have to pay for it.”  

A library has also been set up on the premises, informed president of the Hub and a resident of Mass Apartments in Sector 10, RK Jain.

A lot of seniors are viewing the Hub as a venue for holding meetings.  

Members of the hub include RK Jain, president; Nobert Morris, vice-president; Ravi Jaitley, general secretary; Gopal Jassal, joint secretary;  Shamsher Pathania, treasurer. Other governing body members are Narendra Arora, Gautam Seth, Tanveer Ali, Pardeep Arora and SP Shokhanda.


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