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Stories


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Sara


"The Senior Center has given the kids the opportunity to give and know what reward there is in giving."

Marianne


"I enjoy everything about the Senior Center, especially the people."

Mary and Terry


"Many of our Senior Center friends were the first to come and see us then."

Rita


"To walk in here at the age of 84 and feel as if you are part of a team and that you are needed is a wonderful feeling."

Bill


"Sharing life experiences is important. Where else could you talk about the Eberly Brothers or life on the farm?"

Kie Ann


"I started seeing old friends, talking with people, helping others, and it felt good."

Ivy and Dave


"I spent my career around boats and barges. Not finding any barges in Wabash, I decided to try the Senior Center."

Fred


Marvin


Drew


"There was a time in my life when $30 was no big deal, but to somebody who does not have $30, it is everything."

Monte


"You aren’t really giving up independence; you are just using another mode of transportation."

Bill and Nancy


"I will admit that I miss driving, but I know this is for the best."

Don


Bill


"They got us through a difficult eight months."

Penny


"These basic services: meals, pantry, transit and commodity boxes helped us make it. Living Well in Wabash County saved us financially."
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