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Treat bags delivered to Pima Council on Aging

Treat bags delivered to Pima Council on Aging

OptumCare Primary Care Clinics staff prepare goody bags to donate to the Pima Council of Aging.

OptumCare Primary Care Clinics stuffed and donated 400 Halloween treat bags that were donated to the Pima Council on Aging. The council was going to give the bags to clients who receive meal deliveries to their homes. The bags included treats and items to keep recipients busy.


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