The Concordia Senior Center will have a staff member available on February 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to help seniors to apply for Missouri Property Tax Credit, also known as Circuit Breaker. Seniors who qualify may receive up to $750 annually if they are renters or $1,100 if they own their homes. Participants applying for a Missouri Property Tax Credit need to bring photo identification, proof of Social Security numbers, as well as a receipt for paid property tax or a receipt for total rent paid. The property tax rebate may be applied retroactively for three years. To make an appointment contact the Concordia Senior Center at 660-463-7393.