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Senior bus ready to hit the road

  • A 10-passenger bus, awarded through a state grant to Southern New Hampshire Services, was delivered to Greenville Falls on Friday morning.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    A 10-passenger bus, awarded through a state grant to Southern New Hampshire Services, was delivered to Greenville Falls on Friday morning.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • A 10-passenger bus, awarded through a state grant to Southern New Hampshire Services, was delivered to Greenville Falls on Friday morning.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    A 10-passenger bus, awarded through a state grant to Southern New Hampshire Services, was delivered to Greenville Falls on Friday morning.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • A 10-passenger bus, awarded through a state grant to Southern New Hampshire Services, was delivered to Greenville Falls on Friday morning.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • A 10-passenger bus, awarded through a state grant to Southern New Hampshire Services, was delivered to Greenville Falls on Friday morning.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

A new 10-passenger bus, paid for with a $50,000 grant from the Department of Transportation, was delivered to Greenville Falls Senior Housing in Greenville on Friday morning. The bus, belonging to Southern New Hampshire Services, will serve as transportation for area seniors and those with disabilities during regular trips for groceries or doctor’s appointments, as well as leisure trips.

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