Current Needs for Some of Madison County’s Senior CitizensAug 23rd, 2012 | By Submitted | Category: Community News, Front Page
STORMS ENDANGER SENIORS’ ROOFS
Recently several low-income senior citizens have contacted case managers at the Senior Citizens Council of Madison County, Inc. to report leaks in their bedrooms and living rooms. These situations are especially dangerous with the possibility of heavy seasonal wind and rain in the area. Donations of roof coating are being accepted as well as financial donations to make necessary repairs as soon as possible. Contact case managers Angie Cisco or Lavericia (Vesa) Copeland: (850) 973-4241.
SENIOR CITIZENS ARE SEEKING WELL PUMPS
Depending on neighbors for water supplies, two low income senior citizens in Madison County must replace their well pumps at a cost of $500 to $1200. To make a well pump donation or a financial contribution, contact case managers Angie Cisco or Elaine Hartley at the Madison County Senior Center: (850) 973-4241. Thank you for your generosity.
GREENVILLE SENIOR NEEDS FLOOR REPAIRS
A Greenville senior citizen is living in a home with rotting lumber and a deteriorating floor, especially in the kitchen. All lumber and supply donations for a floor replacement are appreciated. Financial donations to the Senior Citizens Council of Madison County are being accepted to buy needed supplies as well. Call case manager Lavericia (Vesa) Copeland for details: (850) 973-4241. The mailing address: Senior Citizens Council of Madison County, P.O. Box 204, Madison, FL 32341.