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Meals On Wheels seeking new volunteers

October 11, 2013

Photo by Jim Meyer George Bauer teaches Betty Sharrow his Meals On Wheels delivery route. Sharrow will be taking over for Bauer, who is leaving the program with over 20 years of volunteer experience.

George and Dolly Bauer arrived at the Elk Haven Nursing Home Friday morning to load their car with prepared hot meals to deliver to elderly residents through the Meals On Wheels program. George and Dolly have been volunteering their time to Meals On Wheels for over 20 years.
George, who is retired from Keystone Carbon, described his volunteer experience as a good way to stay physically active and to stay connected with the community.

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