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Korean War Veterans Association

When: Sat., March 14, 9 a.m. 2015
Phone: 442-4602
Price: $8 with breakfast, meeting free
Matalyn Shanahan from the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) speaks. The meeting begins with a buffet breakfast. Those who don't want breakfast are welcome to come, enjoy a cup of coffee and learn about PACE. Non members please RSVP to Leo Sears 442-4602. PACE and its little sister program Adult Day Health Care are of particular interest to all who served in the Korean War and are now in their eighties. But since everyone is either elderly or has family and friends who are, the KWVA is extending an open invitation to all to join them in learning more about this these programs



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