Sequestration could impact Fort Myers non-profit which caters to elderly
Sequestration could impact Fort Myers non-profit which caters to the elderly. Video by fox4now.comvideo
FORT MYERS, Fla.- Congress needs to act by Friday or automatic budget cuts known as the sequester will target education, the military and government services.
A Fort Myers non-profit which caters to the elderly could be in trouble if cuts happen.
Dee Moore is the mother of 11 kids and she's now in her 80s. When her daughter goes to work, Dee goes to the Senior Friendship Centers in Lee County, a non-profit that serves the elderly.
"What does this place mean to you?" I asked.