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Lt. Gov. speaks to Rotary about meeting seniors needs
McConnell at Rotary photo
S.C. Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell (second from right) spoke at the Camden Rotary Clubs meeting Thursday at the Kershaw County School Districts training center about the states aging population. With McConnell (left to right) are Sara Graham, the Kershaw County Council on Agings office manager; Camden City Councilwoman and Rotary President Alfred Mae Drakeford; and Bruce Little, director of the Kershaw County Council on Aging. - photo by Miciah Bennett
A retired nurse lives alone with her 17-year-old cat. The car in her yard has sat for 11 years and the wheels are rotting off. She presents herself well, like she was formerly very active in the community, though the “veil of aging” shows.