Director says demand for program has increased sharply
FARMINGTON — A group of local insurance agents plans on providing a financial shot in the arm this week to a program that makes sure older, home-bound Farmington residents are fed.
A check for $3,000 will be presented to Jack Lowrey, the adult programs manager at the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center, for the center’s Meals on Wheels program, which provides up to seven meals a week for people age 60 or older who are unable to leave their home or prepare their own meals.
The money is coming from State Farm agents Trudy Goldsmith, Ginny Gil, Ben Mortensen, Legrand Jack and Chris Sebastian of Farmington, as well as Thomas Payne of Aztec. Goldsmith said State Farm’s Good Neighbor Grant Program allocates the funds to its associates for donation to a nonprofit program.
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