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Canes For The Aged

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Submitted by morris wise (United States), Mar 1, 2011 at 17:16

Seniors in the Middle East need our help, most are reduced to scavenging and begging to survive. There is only one nation wealthy enough to come to their aid. Senior centers have to be built, they will be a place where the aged and senile can be offered some respite from the harsh realities of life. There is no better way of making friends for America then the show of support for those that can not walk alone.

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