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Aging issues survey is ongoing

WORTHINGTON -- The Nobles County Senior Concerns Committee's survey, which asks residents about what aging issues matter to them most, will be open until Oct. 14.

WORTHINGTON -- The Nobles County Senior Concerns Committee’s survey, which asks residents about what aging issues matter to them most, will be open until Oct. 14.

The survey can be found at the Nobles County Library and the A.C.E. of Southwest Minnesota in Worthington, or online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R86NZTQ .

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