Donations Welcomed as JCC Programs Continue to See Increased Use


In the eight and a half years Jamieson Community Center Executive Director Nancy Mowen has been involved, the numbers of participants currently utilizing the offered programs has not been like this before. As costs of goods have risen significantly, Mowen says the enrollment in senior nutrition, weekend meals, and use of the food pantry has all increased, creating the need for in-kind and monetary donations:

Mowen shares they are currently serving 215 seniors, 260 families, and 100 children.

Nancy Mowen on the WRAM Morning Show

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