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December, 2011

Twin Cedars Senior Living is working in conjunction with Aliton’s Pharmacy in Port Jervis and Humble Helping Ministries. Carl Braunagel, owner of Aliton’s Pharmacy and Humbled Helping Ministries mission is to collect donated medical equipment and supplies and to redistribute them to people in need in Africa. Mr. Braunagel will personally be delivering the supplies to the Village of Accraa, in West Ghana, Africa. He departs for his first mission on January 11, 2012. In the spirit of the holiday season, Twin Cedar’s Senior Living is donating a surplus of walkers, canes and assistive devices to Mr. Braunagel’s mission in the hopes of helping others and enabling them to improve the quality of their lives. Tamara Singer, owner of Twin Cedar’s Senior Living, has spearheaded the collection of excess equipment at Twin Cedar’s to donate to Humbled Helping Ministries. According to Singer, “Our goal in creating this alliance is to provide older people and those in need in Africa with the durable medical equipment they need to help avoid a catastrophic fall and to empower them to do more for themselves.”  Ms. Singer recently donated many wheelchairs and hospital beds to local seniors who had exhausted their Medicare benefits.