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In this issue, volunteers from Coastline’s Foster Grandparent Program take part in the Book-Rich Environment Initiative, the bowling green restoration project in New Bedford breaks ground, and the Acushnet Council on Aging gets a new addition!

Senior Scope also has an extensive report from UMass Dartmouth’s annual SouthCoast Food Security Summit. Throughout the pandemic, food banks have strained to keep up with demand, and now food security advocates are encouraging the public to consider food relief programs, like SNAP and Meals on Wheels, that have long been underutilized.

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