Like a game with dice, life, can land an unexpected role. Robyn Lee’s role reversed, from grandparent to parent.
Jeanette Suchla will soon march her way down to Florida, but first, she is working to pump up a class at the L.E. Phillips Senior Center. It is one of the classes she teaches there.
If you’re 55 or older, chances are, you’ve accumulated a lot of stuff! Professional organizers say it’s never to early or too late to start downsizing; but the process can get emotional and depending on the situation, it can be physically tiring too.
Tuesday citizens 55 and older were invited to the “Age and Opportunity Job and Volunteer Fair” at Oakwood Mall to find out what job opportunities are available for them.
November’s “Actively Aging” segment focused on how seniors can maintain a healthy mind.
October’s “Actively Aging” segment focused on socialization for seniors.
Keeping our bodies sizzlin’ isn’t as easy as cooking chicken, but chicken is a good place to start.
August’s “Actively Aging” segment focused on volunteering and how it is beneficial for seniors and the community as a whole.
News 18 is introducing a monthly "Actively Aging" segment that focuses on the people who’ve helped shape the very community we live in today. July’s segment was geared toward exercise.