Aurelia Cochrane, 80, gets her fingerprints taken for a free senior identification card at the Apex Community Center on Wednesday.
Aurelia Cochrane, 80, gets her fingerprints taken for a free senior identification card at the Apex Community Center on Wednesday. aramos@newsobserver.com
Aurelia Cochrane, 80, gets her fingerprints taken for a free senior identification card at the Apex Community Center on Wednesday. aramos@newsobserver.com

Apex reaches out to senior citizens

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