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Serving the needs of local seniors


Last updated 1/24/2008 at Noon

Dave Bunner picks out some tomatoes as he fills his grocery bag at the Senior Center

The Fallbrook Senior Center on Heald Lane is a popular place. Serving anywhere from 300 to 400 members a week, the private nonprofit organization offers something for every senior.

From health screenings to groceries, tax assistance to recreation, the center’s programs fill the calendar and assist local residents age 60 and older for little or no cost. Whether a senior needs a nutritious lunch, legal help or a friendly game of bridge, the Fallbrook Senior Center is the place to go.

To help seniors take care of themselves, the center provides health tests and exercise classes. Blood pres...

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