Items requested for Northborough “Be a Santa to a Senior” program

Decorating the tree in this 2012 file photo for the annual

Decorating the tree in this 2012 file photo for the annual “Be a Santa to a Senior” program are (l to r) Kate Shaw, Northborough branch manager of Central One Federal Credit Union; Kelly Burke, director of the Northborough Senior Center; and Laurie Bender, owner of the Northborough office of Home Instead Senior Care. (Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.)

Northborough – This holiday season, the Northborough office of Home Instead Senior Care, in conjunction with Northborough Council on Aging, will once again be organizing a special gift drive for local senior citizens.

Residents can stop in at the Central One Credit Union located at 148 Main St. to take a tag off a “giving tree” that notes small presents on a local senior's wish list. Presents can then be delivered to the Northborough Senior Center, 119 Bearfoot Road, by Friday, Dec. 6.

Volunteers of all ages are invited to a gift-wrapping party Tuesday, Dec. 10, starting at 3:30 p.m.? at the Senior Center. For more information contact the center at 508-393-5035.

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