Handyman program for seniors (more volunteers needed)

Above: If you’re a town senior, you can get some help with that leaky faucet that’s driving you mad. Or if you’re handy with tools, you can offer to put an end to drips. (Photo posted to Flickr by Drongowski)

For some elderly in town, even a basic maintenance project like replacing a light bulb is no longer a simple task. That’s where the Southborough Senior Center comes in.

The center coordinates a free Handyman Program for resident seniors. (Free labor that is. To take advantage of the program, you do have to provide any necessary materials.)

senior_handyman_programVolunteers will also tackle small fix-it problems like leaky faucets and loose railings.

The center is looking for more people to help. Volunteers will first need to pass a CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) check.

Click on the flyer for more details.

To volunteer or ask for help, call 508-229-4453.

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