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New center opens for seniors
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Helping Hands Ministry on Main Street is incorporating a senior citizens program into its offerings. The program will be open on Mondays and Fridays to provide free games, crafts and food for seniors.“The vision of the Helping Hands Ministry Senior Program is to promote opportunity for seniors to meet and get involved with other seniors for fellowship and personal growth,” said organizer Sue Morris.Morris, as well as Bobby Adams and Anamaria Baus, have volunteered to spearhead the program with Helping Hands Ministry president Tammy Comfort providing a space at the front of the building located at 216 East Main Street, the old New York Grill.Joyce Tanner, who stopped in Friday to play Bingo, says the program is living up to its vision.“I’m having fun,” she said. “It’s much better than sitting home watching TV. And you get to spend time around a lot of really nice people.”Along with Bingo, visitors were offered free breakfast and lunch.

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