Special program for seniors to be held Dec. 13

T he Washington County Council for Prevention will host a special program for area seniors on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at the Whitehall Senior Meal Site at American Legion Post 83 onMain Street.

This program will include information on a variety of topics pertinent to seniors, including depression and substance abuse.

Advanced reservations for lunch and the program are requested and can be made by calling Hellin LeClaire at 499-2482.

A donation of $3 is suggested for the lunch.

The Whitehall Senior Meal site will also be home to a Senior’s Christmas Dinner on Friday, Dec. 16.

All local seniors are invited and the menu is set to include roast beef, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, casserole and cheesecake.

Reservations are suggested so organizers can determine how much is needed.

Both events will held at the same time as other lunch events.

 

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