Area Agency On Aging Seeks Input On Future Funding Plan

Fort Dodge, Iowa — The area agency that helps senior citizens is going to hold a public hearing next month in regard to their future plan for funding.
Elderbridge Executive Director, Mick Tagesen gives us an idea of how the agency helps seniors.

Tagesen says you may know them as the people who administer the Dinner Date Program in northwest Iowa, but they do much more than that.

He tells us about the public hearing.

He says that while the public hearing is in Fort Dodge, you don’t necessarily have to drive to Fort Dodge to have an impact.

The public hearing will be at 1:00 PM on March 4, 2015 at the Fort Dodge office of Elderbridge Agency on Aging located at 308 Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, Iowa. You can find out more about Elderbridge at

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