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Blanket project donates to seniors

FALLBROOK – Recently 20 crocheted items were donated to the Fallbrook Senior Center to be given to some of the home meal delivery seniors. These folks requested twin size blankets, Afghans, lap blankets, shawls, scarves and hats, all knitted or crocheted by members of the Fallbrook Blanket Project.

The senior center provides a place for seniors, age 50 and above, to gather and enjoy many activities such as bridge, pinochle, pool, exercise classes and line dancing.

It provides nutrition services, a home lunch program and lunch at the Fallbrook Community Center, referral for legal and financial services, educational and cultural programs and more. Located at 399 Heald Lane, the center can be contacted at 760-728-4498. For more information, visit https://www.fallbrookseniorcenter.com/.

The free nonprofit Fallbrook Blanket Project always welcomes new members and donated yarn. They meet every Monday at Living Waters Church and Fridays at the Fallbrook Public Library, both from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, visit https://fallbrookblanketproject.org/.

Submitted by the Fallbrook Blanket Project.

 

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