Games on hold

Our senior citizens don’t have a lot to look forward to, and our state wants to take away some of our activities.

Our senior citizens don’t have a lot to look forward to, and our state wants to take away some of our activities.

Note: The state Gambling Commission intends to end bingo because of rule changes. Bingo and other gambling activities will be suspended on any SHAG (Senior Housing Assistance Group) property.

To take this away from senior citizens is meddling in insignificant private activities in our old folks homes.

Is this what we pay them for? Incredible.

– Vern Orn

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