January 12, 2007
Arlington--The SOWEGA Council on Aging held a town hall meeting in Arlington Friday to get input from the people served by the Council. The event will help the Council develop its 4-year plan it must submit to the state.
Council on Aging Director Kay Hind sadi, "First of all, we like to hear what the people think, but we're also mandated to get public opinion and we held one of these public hearings in Albany in December and now we're holding this one so that's one rural and one urban."
Council on Aging representatives talked about and got input on health care, transportation, exercise, diet, and wellness programs.
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