Happy New Year from the board of directors, Citizens Advisory Council and staff of the Adams County Office for Aging Inc. (ACOFA)

Looking back at our article from January 2020, we were excited about a new year and new decade with no idea what was heading our way. In spite of the virus, the daily sadness from so many deaths and the current political stress, we enter 2021 with gratitude and optimism (as well as a sense of relief that 2020 is behind us.) We are thankful every year for the support our agency receives from the community, but especially now, when so many are experiencing challenges and loss.

Linda Thompson is the community services director for the Adams County Office for Aging Inc.

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