by Carolyn Bick
Bill rustled open the somewhat battered plastic bag he’d brought along with him, as Linda Lewis put aside two brown bag lunches for him from the grab-and-go cart set up inside the Southeast Seattle Senior Center (SESSC).
“Okay, I’ll be here tomorrow,” Bill said, after the center’s chef, Sharon Smith, offered to make him something special. Bill doesn’t eat red meat, and Tuesday’s menu was set to involve ham. Continue reading Senior Center On Front lines of Community Aid, While Seeking It