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Wanted: Older Adults to Serve as poll Workers

Learn more about what it takes to be involved on Election Day By Kevyn Burger   As Deputy Commissioner of Elections for Linn County, Iowa, Rebecca Stonawski is tracking hundreds of details to prepare for Election Day in November, when voters living in the greater Cedar Rapids area, like those in the rest of the …

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Mission: Moon

For the second time this summer, St. Louis has been given the honor of hosting an outstanding and historically significant event. First “The Sunken Cities” and then the Smithsonian exhibit “Destination Moon,” traveling for the first time in its 46-year history from the Air and Space Museum. Only four sites were selected: St. Louis, Houston, …

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Meet Me in St. Louis

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition was held in St. Louis from April – November 1904. The site, covering 1272 acres, encompassed Forest Park and surrounding areas, including some of the new Washington University grounds. President Theodore Roosevelt presided at the opening ceremonies and, in the following six months, 20 million people would visit. The Third Modern …

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Featured Resident: Pat Donovan

Anyone who goes to breakfast knows that Pat enlivens the conversations with his seemingly unending supply of comic material. However not many are aware of all of his accomplishments. Pat was born in St. Louis and grew up in Kirkwood. After graduating from high school, he went to Parks College outside of Kansas City to …

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Aberdeen’s Seventh Anniversary

A beautiful birthday cake was served to residents to celebrate Aberdeen’s seventh anniversary on September 7. Dick and Betsy Stoll were the first people to move into the new building the morning of its first day, September 7, 2011. Marge and Art McWilliams moved that afternoon. The four had dinner together in the new dining …

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How to Have Difficult Conversations With Your Aging Parents

Follow tips from a new book on starting a conversation By Catherine Hodder   (This article is an excerpt from Estate Planning for the Sandwich Generation: How to Help Your Parents and Protect Your Kids by Catherine Hodder.) An important part of caring for your aging parents is understanding their situation and knowing what they want. …

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4 Questions to Ask Before Moving Your Parent to Assisted Living

It’s vital to do your research and choose carefully, says Consumer Reports By Emily Gurnon   With the boomer generation aging into their 50s, 60s and 70s and many of their parents now in their 70s, 80s and 90s, there is an increasing need for long-term care. Most older Americans would stay in their homes …

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The Letters of Love Program for Older Adults

This teen’s caring initiative is making a difference across the country By Helaina Hovitz   With all the pressures today’s teenagers experience around academic work and extracurricular activities, while keeping up a social life, it’s truly remarkable to come across a young person who is not only running his own nonprofit and taking the time …

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The 7 Benefits of Dancing at Any Age

Dances for a Variable Population offers the joy of dance to older adults By Deborah Quilter Pier I juts out over the Hudson River on Manhattan’s Upper West Side with — depending on your vantage point — mesmerizing views of the New York City skyline or New Jersey. As the waning sun hovered above the …

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Why Snoring Gets Worse With Age and What You Can Do About It

It may be merely annoying or a sign of something worse By Emily Gurnon   “Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone,” British novelist Anthony Burgess reportedly said. Who hasn’t either been robbed of a night of peaceful sleep or been banished to another room because of snoring? It is …

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