Serving Seniors, Inc. seeks volunteers for Operation Friendship Christmas card project


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Serving Seniors, Inc. is seeking volunteers to to write and send or hand deliver personalized Christmas cards to area nursing and assisted living home residents through Operation Friendship.


Elizabeth Baumeister file photo | Abington Journal

SCRANTON — Serving Seniors, Inc., through its Operation Friendship project, is seeking individuals and groups of all ages to write and send or hand deliver personalized Christmas cards to area nursing and assisted living/personal care home residents. The organization has a list of over 3,000 residents from various long-term care facilities throughout Lackawanna County who would benefit from a holiday greeting.

Operation Friendship is a holiday project coordinated through the Visitation Program of Serving Seniors, Inc. The main purpose of the program is to bring holiday cheer and greetings to residents of nursing and assisted living/personal care homes in Lackawanna County who may not receive a Christmas card this holiday season.

Students of all ages, Scout troops, church and civic groups, as well as individuals, who would like to share this simple, yet meaningful, gift of holiday giving are invited to participate.

For more information, contact Lisa M. Torch at 570-344-3931 or servsen@epix.net.

Serving Seniors, Inc. is seeking volunteers to to write and send or hand deliver personalized Christmas cards to area nursing and assisted living home residents through Operation Friendship.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ABJ-OperationFriendship.jpgServing Seniors, Inc. is seeking volunteers to to write and send or hand deliver personalized Christmas cards to area nursing and assisted living home residents through Operation Friendship. Elizabeth Baumeister file photo | Abington Journal

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