Help for seniors’ ‘lifesaver’?

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Help for seniors’ ‘lifesaver’?

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“I enjoy this group very much,” said Norma Phillips, focused on her bridge game Friday at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center. She visits up to three times a week for bridge. The demand for senior services continues to increase, and city and county officials are hoping economic changes don’t force cutbacks.
Five-year-old Milagro Berry Montoya explores the shelves of DVDs available in the children’s section of the Durango Public Library. Library officials hope the economy continues its upward track so that no further cutbacks will be needed.

Help for seniors’ ‘lifesaver’?

“I enjoy this group very much,” said Norma Phillips, focused on her bridge game Friday at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center. She visits up to three times a week for bridge. The demand for senior services continues to increase, and city and county officials are hoping economic changes don’t force cutbacks.
Five-year-old Milagro Berry Montoya explores the shelves of DVDs available in the children’s section of the Durango Public Library. Library officials hope the economy continues its upward track so that no further cutbacks will be needed.
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