Oldtimers Foundation, in LA, may lose $2M in government contracts, because of previous board members' corruption and management's mishandling of money.
"Inside the sprawling brick building that houses the Oldtimers Foundation, 75-year-old Eleuteria Nuno catches up with friends as she waits for lunch.
"She and her husband started coming to eat at this senior services center in Huntington Park eight years ago, after their craft supply stand at a swap meet burned down and left them without a stable income. When her husband died four years ago, the center became her main social outlet.
"Without it, Nuno said, 'I would be bored at home and would be depressed, because I would be there by myself.'"--Abby Sewell, the Los Angeles Times