New freezer

RICHMOND Senior Center Director Pat Mills opens the door to the new Senior Center freezer. The freezer allows for greater storage of meat and other food items that the center can provide to disadvantaged Ray Countians.

RICHMOND – The new, walk-in freezer is being put to use at the Eagleton Center, Director Pat Mills says while walking from the center’s recreation area – where older residents play guitar, sing, work on crafts and shoot pool – to the storage room.

“I’m impressed,” she says, and opens the storage room to where boxes of food for the area’s low-income residents is stored. “Some girls get flowers, but I got a freezer, and I’m so happy!”

Read more about the new freezer in the July 19 Richmond Daily News

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