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Annual Senior Fair Provides Vital Resources



ACCESS’ annual Senior Fair takes place on Tuesday, Mar. 19 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Medford Armory, 1701 S Pacific Hwy.
Open to everyone, the ACCESS Senior Fair is a one-stop resource with more than 80 booths from healthcare and living facilities, social service agencies, professional services, local hospitals, art organizations and other critical resources. Entry is a suggested donation of $1 or 1 can of non-perishable food at the door. Proceeds benefit ACCESS senior programs.
“Over the past couple years, we have noticed more seniors in need of support. The ACCESS Senior Fair has it all. Resources, ideas, all mixed in with a bit of fun—like bingo—and a whole bunch of support,” says ACCESS Executive Officer Pamela Norr.
Attendees can get free valuable products, receive free resource information from non-profits and more. Plus, they can enjoy free bingo with local KDRV12 celebrity callers and enter to win prizes throughout the day.
Sponsored this year by Medical Eye Center, KDRV-12 and Rosebud Media, ACCESS’ Senior Fair one of the largest events held primarily for seniors in the Rogue Valley. For more information, visit or call (541) 774-4312

ACCESS provides food, housing, warmth and other essential services to Jackson County's low income children, families, seniors and people with disabilities.
As the Community Action Agency of Jackson County, Oregon, ACCESS has been helping Jackson County residents break the cycle of poverty since 1976. With a focus on education, ACCESS helps people through economic crisis by guiding them through changes in habits to help them become self-sustaining. ACCESS currently serves local residents through 15 programs designed to address problems from one-time emergencies to longer-term issues.



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