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Survey seeks ideas on senior programs

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The city’s Council on Aging is seeking input from local senior citizens to guide programming for a planned new senior center. A survey sent out with the Council on Aging’s monthly newsletter asks residents over age 60 to rate the importance of programs like arts classes and health services, and to indicate how often they attend various types of events. Completed surveys can be dropped off at or mailed to the Marlborough Senior Center at 250 Main St. The city plans to build a new 13,000-square-foot facility at Ward Park.

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