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SOFTBALL LEAGUE LETS SENIORS RELIVE THEIR GLORY DAYS

“I had a friend who was a great baseball player… back in high school.” – Bruce Springsteen, “Glory Days” Ah, high school: Strong body, sharp mind, quick reflexes. But, as they say, no one gets any younger. Before you know it, you’ve hit middle age: Senior moments, bad knees, failing eyesight. Some people don’t let that stop them, though, and they continue to live out their Glory Days. Madison-area men over 55 have banded together for the past six years […]

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Friends and Neighbors–The Fountains at Washington House

Friends and Neighbors–The Fountains at Washington House
By Christy Brudin Good friends and great neighbors are always there to lend a hand. That’s exactly what Carmen Callan was doing—helping a friend—when she found her ideal retirement[...]

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National PTA® and AARP Team Up

National PTA and AARP have teamed up to offer a complimentary one-year AARP membership to PTA members and loved ones age 50+. Through AARP membership, PTA members have access to important resources[...]

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Time to Connect–Seabury Resources for Aging

Time to Connect–Seabury Resources for Aging
By Christy Brudin Whether you are forging a friendship or building a business, creating strong bonds is hard work. In a world filled with quick solutions and easy fixes, the act of building[...]

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NPR Report: Senior Athletes Play New Games And Old

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Drum Circles for Dementia – Washington Post Article

Washington Post article, Seniors with dementia express themselves, connect with others in drumming circle features an innovative program, The Beat Goes On, an organization that brings drum circles[...]

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Real Life Story — Don McPherson

Canadian-born Don McPherson recalls skiing for the first time as a boy in Toronto’s High Park. “At that time, there were no lifts, no lessons – just a hill covered in snow,” said[...]

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Live or Visit! The Las Vegas Difference

Live or Visit! The Las Vegas Difference
By Gabe Goldberg Retirement is by definition a time to "live differently", trading lifelong habits and activities for new adventures. That transition offers new lifestyles and places to live,[...]

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$1 Million Endowment for Mason’s Lifelong Learning Institute

A $1 million endowment gift from The Bernard Osher Foundation will support long-term operations at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at George Mason University. OLLI is an independent[...]

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