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Bereitschaft Foundation Continues Support Of Senior Meal Deliveries

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The Millstadt Township Senior Service’s Home Delivered Meals program received a $7,000 donation from the Sandra M. Bereitschaft Foundation. Foundation President Jim Bereitschaft presented the check to Senior Center Director Patty Evansco during the foundation’s annual banquet in the Mertz Ford Showroom on Feb. 9.  The money helps provide nutritious meals, wellness checks and meaningful …

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