Attendees and contributors to the last two issues of the Lexington LifeTimes
Lee Brami, Anita Myer, Tamara Havens and Kerry Brandin at a July 19 reception for the last two editions of Lexington LifeTimes at the Community Center. (Courtesy of the Friends of the Lexington Council on Aging)

The LEXINGTON LifeTimes editorial board is now accepting submissions for the 11th edition, to be published in the winter of 2023. Contributors must be seniors (60+) who live or work in Lexington and can submit written work, including prose or poetry, and artistic work, including illustrations, paintings, cartoons, or photographs. Submissions must be received by Sept. 30, 2022, to be considered for inclusion. Submission guidelines and the application form are available on the FCOA website: www.friendsofthecoa.org.

The Summer 2022 edition was primarily funded by Artis Senior Living Lexington, Enterprise Bank, the Murphy Group Lexington, One2One Bodyscapes, Brookhaven at Lexington, and Trudeau & McAvoy LLP, with contributions from several individual Patrons of the journal.

Courtesy of the Friends of the Lexington Council on Aging

Contributors to the last two issues of LEXINGTON LifeTimes: A Creative Arts Journal were honored at a reception under the tent at the Lexington Community Center on Tuesday, July 19. The journal showcases the creative output of Lexington Seniors and is funded by generous donations from local businesses as well as individual patrons. Past issues can be viewed on the FCOA website: www.friendsofthecoa.org.  Hardcopies of the Summer 2022 edition are also available in the Community Center library.

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