About 80 Sheriff's Senior Citizens Awareness Network members were grateful to receive non-perishable food donated to them this week by Feed America First.
Volunteers from the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office's SCAN (Senior Citizen Awareness Network) is stopping at client's homes and providing holiday sunshine on cloudy and cold days.
You've heard WGNS broadcasts about the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office' SCAN program (Senior Citizens Awareness Network). As the name implies, volunteers make regular contact with elderly persons living alone or those by themselves with health issues.
The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office SCAN volunteer program helped a 68-year old man who had no identity, learn about himself and get life basics.
Kittrell resident David Rutledge suffered a medical emergency recently and laid on his floor about 30 hours until Sheriff's Senior Citizens Awareness Network (SCAN) volunteers rescued him.
Members enrolled in the Sheriff's Senior Citizens Awareness Network may now receive transportation vouchers to doctor's visits after a $1,000 donation from the Villages of Murfreesboro.
Senior citizen James Rainey didn't know how he was going to pay his property tax bill of $321 for his Fosterville home.
Senior citizen Cless Vinson, 86, crashed twice through the crumbling floor of his mobile home on Bradyville Pike.
Retired farm worker Alton Batey watches the world pass by from the front porch of the Lee Road home near Smyrna where he's lived all 88 years of his life.
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