Older Americans Month Honors Contributions to Society

By Cherrie Nutley, Ombudsman Supervisor — Way back in 1963, President John F. Kennedy designated May as Senior Citizens Month to recognize the achievements and great strides older Americans have made and will continue to make. In this time of Covid-19, it’s even more important to recognize those who lived through so many difficult and interesting times and to take the steps necessary to make sure they continue to live and be able to contribute to society. We are responsible for protecting those whose footsteps we now follow, and taking the simple steps outlined by the CDC can help facilitate…

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