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Monday May 2nd, 2016 2:38AM

Forsyth Senior Services seeks holiday 'gift angels'

By Staff
CUMMING = You can be a holiday angel to a senior citizen in need by <br /> participating in the 2013 Holiday Gift Angels Program. The program is presented by Forsyth County Senior Services. <br /> <br /> "The Holiday Gift Angels Program helps spread holiday cheer and is a wonderful way to make a difference in the lives of our seniors," said Senior Services Director Michael Bohn. "During the holiday season, the gifts help remind our senior citizens that someone is thinking about them." <br /> <br /> The gift request tags from senior citizens are now available at the following Forsyth County Senior Services locations: <br /> <br />
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