Senior center receives grant for phase 2

Cherish Smith, left, Executive Director of the Noble County Council on Aging, accepts a grant for $15,000 from Jane Doyle, a grants committee member of the Community Foundation of Noble County. The grant will be used in the second phase of building a new senior center. The new facility is a single-story building with ample indoor and outdoor space that is handicap accessible. The new space will accommodate many more visitors and be able to host numerous activities.

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