By Suzanne Sproul
(August 31, 2016)
It had the looks of an early slumber party of sorts, even with some guys thrown into the mix. There were smiles, chatter and plenty of pizza. But the inter-generational dinner had a purpose — bringing together seniors and students to help people and animals in need.
Community Senior Services’ Real Connections (Resources for Ageless Living) teamed up with the local chapter of the National Charity League, its group of young women volunteers known affectionately as the Ticktockers (girls in the seventh grade through high school seniors) and Cat Love, a Chino Hills nonprofit, to make no-sew fleece blankets for the Foothill Family Shelter in Upland and the nonprofit rescue group.