Litter cleanup, a pet project and beautification projects are just a few of the many things the LEAD Community Organization has undertaken since its formation.
Now LEAD has announced a new program that will assist senior citizens and disabled families throughout Logan County.
“The Elder Care program provides basic lawn maintenance for seniors or disabled residents residing in single family homes who need assistance in performing routine lawn tasks,” said Steve Hall, LEAD spokesman. “This can consist of mowing, trimming and routine lawn care.”
The basis for LEAD is community involvement and volunteers are needed for this program and other programs. Civic groups, scouting programs, church groups, school programs, or anyone who wants to make a difference, are invited to work with LEAD in any of their various projects.
For more information on the program or would like to apply for the Elder Care Program, call the LEAD office at 304-896-8551. The Elder Care Program will be offered at no cost to those who qualify.