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Commission on Aging Celebrates 40th Anniversary

On Tuesday, seniors and local commissioners gathered to pay homage to the great work the foundation has been doing for seniors in Washington County.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Md. - On Tuesday, the Commission on Aging celebrated their 40th anniversary. 

Seniors and local commissioners gathered to pay homage to the great work the foundation has been doing for seniors in Washington County. 

A representative from Congressman Delaney's office presented three awards to the commission, including the certificate of Special Congressional Recognition. 

"Volunteers and families are so very important to our communities throughout the United States. Government dollars can not pay for the programs and services that are needed for our families and our seniors without volunteers and family members. Their puzzle is incomplete," said Gloria Lawlah, Maryland Secretary of Aging. 

Organizers say all seniors and their families are welcome to come and enjoy the commission's programs. They're located on 140 West Franklin Street up on the fourth floor. 

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