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Travel Better Club Offers Free Membership!

Sign up by Dec 31st and save $25 annual membership fee! Not too long ago we featured an article about the nagging guilt that can come from traveling in ways that may not be the best for the environment. Recently we learned about a great program

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Senior Discounts for Kids? You bet!

Share your savings with kids in need ’Tis the season for sharing blessings. Thanks to generous area seniors and a partnership between local non-profit organizations SAGE (Senior Advocates for Generational Equity) and Neighborhood House, these holidays are being made a little brighter for some local kids

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Donate Discounts to Feed Kids

SAGE Campaign Nourishes Kids in Need! The start of school is an exciting time to learn and meet new friends. Unfortunately, many kids go to school hungry and without a stable home, or face other major barriers to learning. How can you help? Join SAGE’s 60-day

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Musical Mentors Make Memories

by Tim Hill “Musick has Charms to sooth a savage Breast.” So goes one of the most oft misquoted sayings around. Originally penned by William Congreve as the first line in his play The Mourning Bride (1697), the phrase, or a variation of it, is

Pokémon Go! for Seniors: Fad, Folly or Fun?

“Get off my lawn!” So goes the cliché we so often hear of seniors berating members of the younger generation for real or perceived transgressions. But recently a cell phone based game app called Pokémon Go! has leveled the playing field, giving folks of all

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Virtual Adult Theatre Camp – Session 2

Curious about this art form called the Theatre, and how you might get involved? You’ve come to the right place! Welcome to the second session of the Busier Now (virtual) Theatre Camp for Dynamic Older Adults! Today we look at a few ways to ease