OKLAHOMA CITY -- Senior citizens have an invitation to the State Capitol on Monday to meet with lawmakers about state programs.
Lawmakers will meet with seniors and senior advocates to discuss the programs. Nearly 700,000 people living in Oklahoma are age 60 and older, and that number is growing.
Senior Day begins at 9:30 Monday morning in the House Chamber. Exhibits will be on display on the second floor of the rotunda after the program.