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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Rotary Urges Donations To Meals On Wheels Program

MEALS-ON-WHEELS STILL SEEKING SUPPORTPictured above: Sherry Hoffman, Potter County Human Services Area Agency on Aging and Melissa Gee, Rotary Vice-President.

The Coudersport Rotary Club is urging donors to match the Club’s recent donation of $100.00 to the Meals-on-Wheels program, a humanitarian project administered by the local Area Agency on Aging.

The Meals-on-Wheels program was added to the Rotary Club’s 2010 Gift List after several of the Club was made aware of the Agency’s growing waiting list of senior citizens in need of meal services. “We sometimes overlook the seniors with the most need because they are unable to leave their homes and so they often go unnoticed,” according the Melissa Gee, Rotary Vice-President.

Several area senior citizens were recently taken off the Meals-on-Wheels waiting list thanks to a recent block grant and various local donations received over the holiday season. “Despite the recent donations, seven seniors remain on the waiting list and that list is expected to grow to 15 to 20 seniors by end of this fiscal year based on past years”, according to Sherry Hoffman, Director of the program. “Twenty-five dollars is enough to feed one senior citizen for an entire week and $1,300.00 will feed them for an entire year,” added Hoffman.

Those wishing to make a similar donation can call Sherry directly at the Potter County Human Services Area Agency on Aging office at 544-7315 or 1-800-800-2560.


Anonymous said...

There isnt a week that ever goes by we dont see Melissa Gee's face on here...just sayin

Solomon's words for the wise said...

She has a lovely smile.

Josie said...

She DOES have a lovely smile and kudos to her for being so involved in her community...just sayin....

Anonymous said...

I would rather not see her face every other day. PCHS frustrates me!

Step Up or Shut Up said...

Yes every week.

Just think, everytime she is pictures, Something good is happening.

We could use a dozen more just like her. Way to go!

Anonymous said...

Post #06:45
Melissa is a beautiful lady and is doing a wonderful service for the community.If you are so fustrated,why not make use of your time and donate or volunteer your time and help the Rotary.Maybe than you would not have time to post Dumb A-- comments like you do.You could even GET a JOB and donate more.

Anonymous said...

Melissa is seen on the blog.
And someone is keeping a log.

Kudos and dildines go out.
To the Rotary team, here's a shout!

oh please... said...

Is someone perhaps bitter that they are not in the local eye every other day?--and if your frustrated then why not attempt to change something instead of complaining? just sayin. It's usually the ones with the least to really complain about that usually do the most of it.