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By Drew Lawson
The Record-Times 

Senior Center still needs funding

Group hopes to re-open mid-March


Last updated 2/23/2023 at 11:10am

DAVENPORT — The local Senior Center temporarily closed in January and is still short on the funds required to re-open. A local group hopes that such a re-opening can happen by mid-March but needs more donations to make that happen.

Vice president Jim Wilson and locals Barbara Badgley and Georgia Smith are working together toward a hopeful re-opening of the Senior Center, which provides meals and community to local senior citizens.

“We could really use the help of the community to keep us viable until our funds/grants comes through,” Smith said in an email. “What we need now is don...

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