Seniors taking charge program gets funding

The society is receiving $24,500 from the federal government's New Horizons For Seniors program

Representatives from a variety of organizations make plans on how to combat elder abuse.

Representatives from a variety of organizations meet on Monday, April 10, to make plans on how to use a funding to combat elder abuse received by Wells Gray Seniors Society.

Pictured are (back, l-r).Corp. Mark LaBossiere, Ava Peratin, Lynne Frizzle, Janice Wyatt, Sandra Holmes, (front, l-r) Marj Sunderman, Wendy Vogels, Linda Merrit, and Brenda Griffins.

The society is receiving $24,500 from the federal government’s New Horizons For Seniors program.


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