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United Way Trumbull County begins campaign to help senior citizens

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WARREN, Ohio - United Way of Trumbull County is hoping to help senior citizens.

The United Way at Work campaign kicked off on Thursday during an event at Molenkopf Stadium.

The charity is partnering with the Area Agency on Aging 11 to help the elderly who are not able to perform yard maintenance.

General Motors Lordstown Complex and UAW Locals 1112 and 1714 presented the  United Way with a $113,556 check representing funds raised during a 2012 campaign.

2013 Campaign Chairperson, Jim Whetstone, announced a goal of $845,000.

Following the donation ceremony, teams of volunteers fanned out into the community to perform chores for area seniors.

 

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