Darrel Hubbs helps Jonnie Knighton, 77, as they take groceries to his car in Natomas on Nov. 10. Hubbs, 76, has been a dedicated Senior Companion volunteer for the past three years. He visits four clients a week, helping them run errands. With the county's growing senior population, the longtime senior volunteer program is expanding.
Darrel Hubbs helps Jonnie Knighton, 77, as they take groceries to his car in Natomas on Nov. 10. Hubbs, 76, has been a dedicated Senior Companion volunteer for the past three years. He visits four clients a week, helping them run errands. With the county's growing senior population, the longtime senior volunteer program is expanding. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Darrel Hubbs helps Jonnie Knighton, 77, as they take groceries to his car in Natomas on Nov. 10. Hubbs, 76, has been a dedicated Senior Companion volunteer for the past three years. He visits four clients a week, helping them run errands. With the county's growing senior population, the longtime senior volunteer program is expanding. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Sacramento County’s Senior Companion program looking to grow

November 16, 2014 04:00 PM

UPDATED November 17, 2014 12:00 AM

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