Answer: Hancock County Senior Services has expanded its outreach to the community by hosting groups for information programs for seniors including Fraud Prevention, Options Counseling, and Alzheimer’s Warning Signs. The organization has taken an active part in addressing hunger in the community–especially senior hunger. A partnership with the Hancock Food Pantry had created the ability to qualify seniors for supplemental commodity food. Forty seniors are certified at the HCSS office. Opportunities are being evaluated for expansion of the transit system to better serve the smaller rural communities of the county.