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Community Star of the Week: Gimna Ramirez
By Community Stars | Published  01/16/2007 | Community Stars | Rating:
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Gimna Ramirez - resident of Brampton

Gimna has been working with seniors since 2001. Inspired by her mother, she founded the non-profit organization Senior Coordinate Services (SCS) of Brampton. She gives her time to Hispanic Seniors and provides wonderful recreational programs for adults 55 and over. Gimna deserves to be nominated because she is an inspiration for our community in the care of elderly people in Brampton.

Submitted by: Oriana Villegas – Friend


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  • Comment #1 (Posted by Alfred)
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    This senior group is a great cause I hope more people are able to support it. Gimna is a great addition to the Hispanic community.
     
  • Comment #2 (Posted by Maria)
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    I really would like to thank Gimna for her effort, on keeping the spanish seniors group running.
    Even that she doesn't get any funding, she continueo to provide programs like stroke support groups trainings for caregivers, she is amazing she's alway look for ways to help our seniors, now even after her stroke she still doing it, now she is fully aware of been a patient and a facilitator for stroke/TIA. Please Gimna keeep it up your are amazing and good luck for this new year 2011, Hope someone can help you to get your dreams a reality.

    Maria.,

     
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