Homebound seniors get holiday helpers

CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON/The Daily Sentinel—Diane Baker plays the piano at the Atrium of Grand Valley on North 12th Street in Grand Junction on Christmas Eve. The Atrium opened its door for all for a free dinner so that senior residents would have company for the holiday. The meal was donated by Comfort Keepers, a nonmedical caregiving service.



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CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON/The Daily Sentinel—Diane Baker plays the piano at the Atrium of Grand Valley on North 12th Street in Grand Junction on Christmas Eve. The Atrium opened its door for all for a free dinner so that senior residents would have company for the holiday. The meal was donated by Comfort Keepers, a nonmedical caregiving service.

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