Wendy Urishama-Conn, left, Victor Rivas Rivers and Verna Griffin-Tabor attended the Center for Community Solutions’ 12th annual Tea on the Town.

Wendy Urishama-Conn, left, Victor Rivas Rivers and Verna Griffin-Tabor attended the Center for Community Solutions’ 12th annual Tea on the Town. Photo by Photo courtesy of Center for Community Solutions

Senior Community Centers received a three-year $400,000 grant from the Leichtag Family Foundation to create and implement the Seniors First San Diego public awareness campaign focused on issues related to low-income seniors, such as ageism, nutrition, senior housing, senior abuse, and Social Security...

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