Council On Aging Delivers Irma Meals, Encouragement To Homebound Seniors

September 9, 2017

The Council on Aging of West Florida wanted to make sure that their homebound, vulnerable elders were provided for just in case Hurricane Irma shifted closer to Escambia County. Friday morning, on less than two days’ notice, dozens of volunteers worked to deliver 300 meals, emergency information and a little encouragement to hundreds of seniors.


One Response to “Council On Aging Delivers Irma Meals, Encouragement To Homebound Seniors”

  1. My2Cents on September 12th, 2017 1:54 pm

    This is wonderful!

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