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Lack of funding means less food

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Center will stay open, but fewer meals will be served

By Stevie L. Daugherty

The Lebanon Senior Citizens Center may not be able to serve as many hot meals in the coming months but the doors are going to remain open, according to Tom Moorman, the executive director of Community Action.

The center will be functioning on fewer funds and one less employee, but it will continue to operate, he said.

"There is no danger of not having a center," Moorman said. "It just may not be as all-encompassing as it has been in the past."


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