Topics & Perspectives

Global Awareness

Beware of Social Media Imposters!

By: Heather McKinney ~  Seniors are increasingly using social media to connect with friends and family, and to make new connections. A 2020 Pew Research report estimates 73% of those older than 50 and 45% …

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Live Greener for Your Grandchildren

By Cynthia Arnold ~ Most of us plan to leave a legacy for our children and grandchildren. Perhaps one of the greatest legacies is the way we live right now. We can choose to live …

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Newsworthy

What’s Next?

By: Ann Ranson |  Have you ever wondered what’s next in your life? Whether it’s about your career, lifestyle, or health, pondering this question can seem daunting. Because I’ve faced this question before, I’d like …

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Memories Are Our Life Story

By: Barbara Glass |  We all have our own story. I visualize these stories as colorful mosaics of childhood memories, education, siblings, friends, and life experiences that form us. Each design is unique, as are …

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Philanthropy

Equest: Humans, Horses, and Hope

On its 40th anniversary this year, Equest celebrates co-founder Susan Schwartz. Schwartz was inspired by her late friend and Equest’s co-founder Evelyn Zembrod; together, they fueled Equest’s mission to improve the lives of children, adults, …

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Bryan’s House—A Place of Hope

By: Abigail Erickson-Torres Bryan’s House was established in 1988 to serve infants, young children, and their mothers who were dying or impacted by HIV/AIDS. In the last eight years, Bryan’s House has evolved into an …

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