In this July 14, 2010 photo, a game of dominos is played at the senior center at Manchester Center. There no longer is a room at Manchester where seniors can sip coffee, go online, chat, play games and read the newspaper. Options are few for Fresno’s older population, as California’s fifth-largest city does not have a municipal seniors center.
In this July 14, 2010 photo, a game of dominos is played at the senior center at Manchester Center. There no longer is a room at Manchester where seniors can sip coffee, go online, chat, play games and read the newspaper. Options are few for Fresno’s older population, as California’s fifth-largest city does not have a municipal seniors center. MARK CROSSE The Fresno Bee file
In this July 14, 2010 photo, a game of dominos is played at the senior center at Manchester Center. There no longer is a room at Manchester where seniors can sip coffee, go online, chat, play games and read the newspaper. Options are few for Fresno’s older population, as California’s fifth-largest city does not have a municipal seniors center. MARK CROSSE The Fresno Bee file

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