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2018

Plant.Grow.Share.: FREE Gardening Workshops and Seedlings for Garden Enthusiasts

Plant.Grow.Share., formerly known as Harvest Helpers, encourages backyard gardeners to grow more food locally with the hope that they will share their bounty with others in need. Local residents can

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2018

Not Too Young or Too Old to Benefit from a Senior Center

While the main membership of most senior centers is sixty and over, today’s senior centers offer programs for all ages. From intergenerational programing to dementia awareness and other educational i

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2018

What’s All This About Bucket Lists?

Is there something you’ve always wanted to try but never had time or someplace you’ve always wanted to travel but couldn’t afford? Those are perfect items for your personal “bucket list.” But what is

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2018

Lessons in Grief from the Animal Kingdom

Many animals are social creatures and like humans they create close bonds with others. We can’t know for sure what an animal thinks and feels, but many animals appear to experience grief when they lo

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2017

Saying Goodbye: Celebrity Deaths in 2017

The world has mourned the loss of many of its talented stars this past year. We remember celebrities from the world of music, entertainment and television who have passed away in 2017 and take a look

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2017

5 Tips for a Stress-Free Holiday Season

Sure, the holidays are joyful, but the stresses of the holiday season can be overwhelming at times. Between shopping for presents; decorating the house; cooking and baking; and all the holiday partie

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2017

Senior Centers Help Older Adults Stay Active, Healthy and Connected

Senior centers aren’t just for playing cards and bingo anymore. Today’s senior centers are hubs of activity offering fitness classes, tasty meals, fun trips, health information and more. Studies have

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2017

Documentary Provides Insightful Look into the Art of Writing Obituaries

Obits used to be dry, dull reports but not anymore. Today’s obituaries strive to educate and entertain readers. The job of an obituary writer is a quest to discover as much as possible about the life

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2017

Annual Coat Drive Happening Now: Gently Used Coats Needed to Provide Warmth for the Winter!

Help us provide warmth to the needy during our sixth annual coat drive, underway now through the end of November. Because of your generosity, we have already provided more than 1,500 gently used coat

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2017

Five Tips for Seniors to Guard Against Identity Theft

Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in America, and it’s on the rise especially for the senior population. Although anyone can be a victim of identity theft, scammers tend to prey on

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