NCB donates to nutrition program


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. The money will be used for the Senior Nutrition Program, which provides home-delivered meals each weekday throughout Highland County to more than 110 seniors. There are an additional 40 seniors on a waiting list for the program. Not only does this program provide a nutritional meal once per day, the provision of a meal enables many seniors to be able to remain independent within their home in lieu of having to move to a nursing home. In addition, the delivering of a meal provides a health check to assure the resident is well. Pictured are Ruth Cutright, Highland County Community Action executive assistant, and Jocelyn Leeth, NCB Assistant branch manager.


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. The money will be used for the Senior Nutrition Program, which provides home-delivered meals each weekday throughout Highland County to more than 110 seniors. There are an additional 40 seniors on a waiting list for the program. Not only does this program provide a nutritional meal once per day, the provision of a meal enables many seniors to be able to remain independent within their home in lieu of having to move to a nursing home. In addition, the delivering of a meal provides a health check to assure the resident is well. Pictured are Ruth Cutright, Highland County Community Action executive assistant, and Jocelyn Leeth, NCB Assistant branch manager.

NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. The money will be used for the Senior Nutrition Program, which provides home-delivered meals each weekday throughout Highland County to more than 110 seniors. There are an additional 40 seniors on a waiting list for the program. Not only does this program provide a nutritional meal once per day, the provision of a meal enables many seniors to be able to remain independent within their home in lieu of having to move to a nursing home. In addition, the delivering of a meal provides a health check to assure the resident is well. Pictured are Ruth Cutright, Highland County Community Action executive assistant, and Jocelyn Leeth, NCB Assistant branch manager.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_NCB-pic.jpgNCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. The money will be used for the Senior Nutrition Program, which provides home-delivered meals each weekday throughout Highland County to more than 110 seniors. There are an additional 40 seniors on a waiting list for the program. Not only does this program provide a nutritional meal once per day, the provision of a meal enables many seniors to be able to remain independent within their home in lieu of having to move to a nursing home. In addition, the delivering of a meal provides a health check to assure the resident is well. Pictured are Ruth Cutright, Highland County Community Action executive assistant, and Jocelyn Leeth, NCB Assistant branch manager.

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