To the Editor:
"The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit." (Psalms 34:18),
This is an extremely difficult and confusing time in many seniors' lives. We have looked forward to our later years, believing we had found it. It has been wonderful to got to the senior center location for fellowship, to have friends and have a great "full meal deal."
A?balanced diet. Many have come weak and lonely. After a few weeks, then flourishing and health improving. ?
Yes, our duty in this world is to take care of our widows and widowers. Some feel betrayed, not knowing where their next meal will come from. Given a word, we will need to leave our own location soon. We are all sad. Most of us have lived in Webster City, working diligently to be good citizens of our city.
We love our town.
We at the senior citizens (center) are knocking at our city's door. Here we are. We are trying to be honest and upright about our feelings and our questions about our future days. We love our city. We need to know what your plans are for us, because many do not understand why this could be taken away from us.
We are ready to listen for a good tomorrow.
Ron and Leila Hemmen