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Interfaith Caregivers receive much more than they give

Published 01/05/2013, New Richmond News

Kay Foulke, volunteer coordinator for Interfaith Caregivers of Polk County, describes the mission of the organization as an effort to “assist seniors and adults living with disabilities to maintain their independence, dignity and quality of life at home.”

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