May 26, 2019

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San Francisco Senior & Disability Rally
May 7, 2019

News Courtesy of Coalition of Agencies Serving the Elderly~~~

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Next CASE Membership Meeting: May 133:00-5:00pm at 990 Eddy St
Presentation: Chris Flannery - Home Health Programs
Upcoming Events:
May 7 - Budget 101 Training - 5pm @ Children's Council of San Francisco
May 15 - Senior & Disability Rally - 12pm @ Steps of City Hall 
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