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Letter to the Editor
Thursday, March 27, 2014, 8:55 p.m.
 

It is with a heavy heart that my family will prepare for the closing of the Adult Day Care Program in Kittanning. Darlene Miller and her staff took exceptional care of everyone. I knew my mother was safe and happy while there.

The difference that the program made in my mother's life cannot be measured in dollars and cents.

It is a shame that there aren't more facilities interested in helping Alzheimer's patients.

My mother made a lot of friends, had plenty of laughs and blossomed in the program.

Good luck to all who helped her. We will miss everyone and think of you often.

Gloria Cline

West Leechburg

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