25 Years Ago
A drug awareness seminar in Kingston gave the community an opportunity to discover and discuss new ideas about chemical dependency. Education was the seminar’s central focus. “Chemical dependency has always been with us and will always be with us,” said Bill Hood, director of the Adult Chemical Dependency Program at Peninsula Hospital. “The best way we can combat this problem is through education.”
Mid-East Community Action Agency’s Office on Aging urges the public to include area senior citizens in their holiday giving this year.
“As many of us have families to enjoy these festivities with, there are homebound elderly right here in our communities who are sitting in cold homes and isolated from the outside world,” said Amber Jacks, director of Mid-East’s Office on Aging.
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