Social Community Activities Network (SCAN), in partnership with the Affordable Housing Alliance, will host a program designed to use interactive technology to help selected applicants connect online and encourage ongoing and positive engagement in life.

This “Successful Aging” program offers seniors digital technology training and is looking for two categories of participants age 60 and older who want to learn how to use tablets to access the Internet and become engaged.

One category is for limited income participants, and the other category has no income eligibility requirements. This program will run from Feb. 4 through April 28 at the YMCA Community Center, 41 Center St., Freehold.

Exact dates and times will be announced at a later date. Interested participants are encouraged to apply now for one of 30 slots that are available for limited income individuals. For more information, call 732- 542-1326 or visit SCAN is a New Jersey nonprofit provider of social education for adults.

Russell Brokstein, a Freehold chiropractor, will participate in the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors “Baby It’s Cold Outside” annual food and winter coat drive. From now through Jan. 4, nonperishable food items, coats, hats, gloves and scarves can be dropped off at Hometown Family Wellness Center, 9 Broadway, Freehold. Items will be donated to the Open Door Food Pantry and St. Peter’s Thrift Shop, both in Freehold. Details: 732-780- 0044.

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