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June 4, 2014

K-9s to give demo at Supper Club

When the Senior Supper Club meets next week, the Gloucester Police Department’s K-9s will provide demonstrations.

At the June 10 supper, Gloucester police Officer Chris Genovese and his K-9 partner Mako will be joined by Officer Jerry Ciolino and his K-9 partner Trident. Patrol demonstrations will be provided as well demonstrations of how the dogs are trained to sniff out drugs.

Rockport and Gloucester seniors 65 years of age or older are invited to attend this program, at Addison Gilbert Hospital, 298 Washington St., Gloucester. It’s hosted by the hospital and Unidine, in partnership with the Gloucester Police Department and the Rockport and Gloucester senior centers. A hot nutritious complimentary dinner will be provided by the hospital Cafe, which is run by Unidine.

The group meets on the second Tuesday of each month through October at 4:30 p.m.

Though free, seating is limited, so interested seniors are asked to register for the June 10th dinner. Gloucester seniors are asked to contact Rose Baker Senior Center director Lucy Sheehan at 978 281-9765, extension 22. Rockport seniors are asked to contact Diane Bertolino, director of the Rockport Senior Center, at 978-546-2573.

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