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Nevada County seniors get a boost from community service clubs

Submitted by Cynthia Martin

January 10 was a busy day for Gold Country Community Services. It started with breakfast and a presentation to the 49’er Breakfast Rotary followed by lunch and the receipt of a $1,000 gift from the Grass Valley Foothill Lions Club. Thanks one and all for supporting our mission and programs. Above, Gold Country Community Services’ executive director Sandy “Jake” Jacobson accepts a donation from Foothill Lions Club president Ted Schoppe.

January 10 was a busy day for Gold Country Community Services. It started with breakfast and a presentation to the 49'er Breakfast Rotary followed by lunch and the receipt of a $1,000 gift from the Grass Valley Foothill Lions Club. Thanks one and all for supporting our mission and programs. Above, Gold Country Community Services' executive director Sandy "Jake" Jacobson accepts a donation from Foothill Lions Club president Ted Schoppe.

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