Santa Monica program makes lunch for its elderly a priority

08/7/2013 | Santa Monica Daily Press (Calif.)

The WISE & Healthy Aging program providing free or reduced-cost lunches for seniors in Santa Monica, Calif., is dropping funding from Los Angeles County so it can give priority seating to elderly residents who often cannot get lunch because spots are taken by people living outside Santa Monica. There are several countywide lunch programs for the elderly, and the city's human resources administrator, Margaret Willis, said she is confident people will not go hungry.

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