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Seniors shouldn’t be forgotten at Christmas
Nov 10, 2012 6:00 pm
In many cases, children who are in foster situations, underpriviledged or otherwise in desperate situations are thought of first when Christmas rolls around and Santa begins to make his list. That’s rightfully so.
Fortunately in Wilson County, there is a group that doesn’t let Santa forget about the senior citizens in our community.
Home Instead Senior Care network kicked off its “Be a Santa for a Senior” campaign Friday.
The groups that make this effort happen each year provide much-needed items, all the way down to dog food, for elderly people who need them in our community.
But little can be done without the community’s support. During the upcoming busy holiday season, please make sure to take a little time and provide a gift for a senior. It’s a thankless effort that means so much for both the gift giver, as well as the receiver.
Home Instead, CedarStone Bank and their employees should be commended for four years of service to our senior citizens.
Sometimes a little goes a long way. Make sure that little effort gets done, because it means a lot to another.