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Seniors invited to discussion on suicide

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Littleton resident Barbara Whitcomb  will lead a discussion on “See A New Sun” (SANS), the program she cofounded for spouses, family members, and others affected by the suicide of a loved one, at the Council on Aging offices, 33 Shattuck St., this Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.  SANS holds meetings every other week in Littleton, and Whitcomb invites seniors to this special presentation to learn more about the organization and what it can offer to those left behind after a suicide. Call 978-540-2470 with any questions.

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