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AARP Age-Friendly Dexter Committee works to bridge generations

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Photo courtesy of J. Ranagan
MAKING DEXTER A MORE VIBRANT TOWN — On May 30 over 50 people from Dexter and bordering towns enjoyed a free luncheon at the VFW sponsored by the AARP Age-Friendly Dexter Committee and prepared by Laura Potenziano. Committee members will work on developing projects to bridge generations, thereby helping to make Dexter become a more compassionate and vibrant town of the future. There were presentations by Andrew Bermudez, Marcia Larkin, David Wihry, Sen. Paul Davis, R-Sangerville, Rep. Ray Wallace, R-Dexter and candidate Steve Foster. Some of the committee members who assisted with the luncheon were front, from left, Beth Ranagan, Liz Breault, and Catie Bennett and, back, Bermudez, Rosemarie O’Toole, Meredith Perkins and Wihry. Not pictured, Jean Jacobs, Neal Clukey, Jill Jones and Tara Smith. If you would like a voice in helping to make Dexter an Age-Friendly Community, join the group by calling Jean at 924-7351 extension 17.

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