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May 5, 2014

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Niagara Gazette — The congress includes a box lunch provided by the Shamus restaurant. Three meal choices are available.

Registration for the congress is $20. Reservations must be made by May 21. For more information, call Melissa Dunlap at 434-7433 or Rosemary Miller at 433-3065.

  

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Open house at senior complex

Pine Senior Living will host an open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday at 6231 Tonawanda Creek Road North. Seniors in need of affordable housing, and family members helping their loved ones, are invited to receive a tour and learn about income eligibility. Free hearing screenings will be offered.

Apartments at Pine Senior Living, managed by People Inc., include a living room, one bedroom, a kitchen with appliances and an accessible bathroom. Some utilities are included. Monthly rent is based on income. Group transportation to grocery stores is available and service coordinators are on site to help tenants locate needed services.

For more information, call 433-3381.

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