by Sheila Gardner
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July 11, 2013
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County seeks fans to keep seniors cool

With temperatures breaking the 100-degree mark, Douglas County Senior Services is looking for relief for some of the community’s most vulnerable citizens. Senior Services Director Travis Lee is launching the first Summer Fan Drive to provide new electric fans for seniors in need. “Douglas County Senior Services is concerned with the high temperatures and the huge impact that this has on seniors who do not have air conditioning. We have received a number of calls over the past couple of weeks of seniors needing fans,” Lee said. In the past, fans that were dropped off at the center allowed Douglas …

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