A recent $7,990 grant from the Little Kanawha Area Grantmaking Fund and the Walter E. and Marie Ausenheimer Fund enabled the Calhoun County Committee on Aging to update its computer network hardware and software, improving the reliability and security of their system. Executive Director Rick Poling indicates that this grant will “enhance our operations for over a decade.“

The new equipment, says Poling, “will assure that we can continue doing what we do - be it providing nutrition services, transportation, or social programs to benefit the seniors and veterans of Calhoun County.“ Seniors benefit greatly from the social interaction, support, and programs provided through CCOA.

As program participant Alta Mae Richards notes, “What would the seniors of Calhoun County do if this place didn¬ít exist.“

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