NCB donates $2,500 to senior center


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The money will be used for the center’s Meals-on-Wheels program. This program provides hot, freshly-made meals to senior citizens in Hillsboro five days a week. NCB’s Jean Boise (front, left) presents a check to Highland County Senior Citizens Executive Director Mechell Frost (front, right) and senior center board members.

NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The money will be used for the center’s Meals-on-Wheels program. This program provides hot, freshly-made meals to senior citizens in Hillsboro five days a week. NCB’s Jean Boise (front, left) presents a check to Highland County Senior Citizens Executive Director Mechell Frost (front, right) and senior center board members.


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NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The money will be used for the center’s Meals-on-Wheels program. This program provides hot, freshly-made meals to senior citizens in Hillsboro five days a week. NCB’s Jean Boise (front, left) presents a check to Highland County Senior Citizens Executive Director Mechell Frost (front, right) and senior center board members.

NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The money will be used for the center’s Meals-on-Wheels program. This program provides hot, freshly-made meals to senior citizens in Hillsboro five days a week. NCB’s Jean Boise (front, left) presents a check to Highland County Senior Citizens Executive Director Mechell Frost (front, right) and senior center board members.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/02/web1_Senior-Center-pic.jpgNCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The money will be used for the center’s Meals-on-Wheels program. This program provides hot, freshly-made meals to senior citizens in Hillsboro five days a week. NCB’s Jean Boise (front, left) presents a check to Highland County Senior Citizens Executive Director Mechell Frost (front, right) and senior center board members. Submitted photo