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Senior Companion program marks 30 years in Maine

“We have a lot of volunteers who say they just don’t want to sit at home and watch the world go by,” said Ann Swain, statewide director for the Senior Companion program at University of Maine Cooperative Extension. “They start out by thinking they’re going to help somebody else and end up feeling they get more out of it than they put in.”

Read more in the Bangor Daily News article “Friends for life: Senior Companion program marks 30 years in Maine.”

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