Senior group hosts Legal Services of Northern California

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For over 60 years, Legal Services of Northern California (LSNC) has been fighting for your civil rights. Their mission is to provide quality legal services to empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty within our community by efficiently utilizing all available resources.

LSNC provides crucial civil legal services to tens of thousands of needy and vulnerable individuals, while also engaging in complex, sophisticated advocacy —through litigation, legislation, administrative advocacy, and community development work — which has a significant positive impact for our entire community in the areas of affordable housing, public benefits, health, education, and civil rights. In 2014 alone, LSNC assisted over 25,000 individuals in need of civil legal services.

Come join the Winters Senior Foundation on Wednesday, Sept.13, at 2 p.m. at the Public Safety Facility, located at 701 Main Street, when Lauren Carden, staff attorney for LSNC, will discuss how LSNC can help you. She will take your questions and provide answers.

The Winters Senior Foundation continues to serve as the City of Winters community activist call-to-action resource for each one of our older adults living in the community, including their families and friends, focused on raising awareness about decisive important older adult issues.

To learn more about Legal Services of Northern California from the experts or if you know someone who would benefit from this skillful presentation, please mark your calendars and plan on attending this very instructive meeting.

After the meeting please join us for fun and refreshments. We may also be celebrating a few local birthdays. We look forward to meeting you. Also, if you need a ride to the meeting please call Janet, 530-219-3950. See you there.

WALLY PEARCE

President, Winters Senior Foundation

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