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Donations of warmth, food go to seniors

Interim HealthCare of Roswell seeks to provide some warmth, food and comfort to area senior citizens this year with its donation Tuesday of 10 baskets of food, 11 blankets and six space heaters to the Roswell Chaves County JOY Center. This is the fourth year that the home health care agency has donated to the nonprofit that operates four centers in the county and will select recipients of the gifts. From left are Adrianna Carrillo, interim office manager; Vicki Waltrip, interim director in Texas and New Mexico; Monica Duran, executive director of the Chaves County JOY Centers; Marlisa Bevers-Walls, interim business development specialist; and Angie Sifuentes, JOY Centers case manager. (Lisa Dunlap Photo)

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Lisa Dunlap is a general assignment reporter for the Roswell Daily Record.