FRC welcomes new Senior & Adult Advocate

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Chelsea Palmer’s first task has been helping elders get free Food2Door deliveries

By Marcy Axness, TME

The Mountain Communities Family Resource Center (MCFRC) has a new addition to its team of helpful people. Chelsea Palmer came on board September 8 as the Senior and Adult Advocate, helping to coordinate services for elders or any adult with no young children in the home.

Palmer, 32, moved to Frazier Park nearly ten years ago from Washington state with her two children. Her son, 15, is a Frazier Mountain High School student and her daughter, 13, is an El Tejon Middle School student.

Having been a teen mother, it was extremely important to Palmer to complete her college degree as an adult, and she did. She graduated at 29 with a bachelor’s in…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Chelsea Palmer is the new Senior and Adult Advocate at the Mountain Communities Family Resource Center—a vibrant addition to the team.

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