Fort Lawn senior's program blossoms with fellowship

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By Denyse Clark, Reporter

One sure fire way to rally success in Fort Lawn is to threaten the “fellowship” of its senior population. From a decision in January to close the Fort Lawn Senior Center to its new birth today, attendance and activities there are growing by leaps and bounds. On Jan. 18, a decision was announced that effective Jan. 31 this center would no longer be operated by York County Senior Services. The center would have to close due to budget cuts and attendance lower than the 25-person federal minimum requirement, said Wendy Duda, executive director of York County Council on Aging.

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