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At 52, Paul Waclo radiates an energy and creativity men half his age would be lucky to possess.
History is an integral facet of culture and identity, and two area men are promoting the preservation and education of Pennsylvania history through their volunteer work at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
It’s been six years since Peggy Kurtz Keller stood rooted on stage in overjoyed delight after hearing her name announced as the winner of On-Line Publishers’ 2011 PA State Senior Idol competition,
The Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association holds a special place in volunteer Roni Dietrich’s heart.
“We’re goin hoppin,’ we’re going hoppin’ today, where things are boppin’ the Philadelphia way, we’re gonna drop in, on all the music they play … I love Bandstand!” – Barry Manilow
Recreational bicycling has become a way of life for Marilyn and Barry Gelsinger.
When I met Dean Rust at his home to take a tour of his nearby bluebird boxes, he stepped outside and indicated the borrowed golf cart we would be riding on.
In the sports world, the players get the praise. But also there, literally on the sidelines, are the referees whose knowledge and skill are integral to the structure and flow of the game.
If athletic ability is supposed to dissipate with age, Ken Eberle’s body clearly hasn’t gotten the message.
Dear Savvy Senior, My husband and I are recently retired and would like to do some traveling both in the United States and abroad, but we worry about health issues, such as insurance, finding a good hospital if we get sick, etc.
Back in the 1960s, the Beatles stepped onto our shores and thus began the British musical invasion of America. Other groups followed, such as the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, and the Animals.
Publishing technology has changed significantly since Sherry Knowlton’s childhood, when she cranked out a school newsletter on a mimeograph machine in the principal’s office.
The all-American sweetheart with the hourglass figure, unattainable except by pinning her flirtatious photo to your wall, was the first “dream girl.”
When Bob Troxell was 11 years old, his neighbor said, “You look like a trombonist. Let’s make you a trombonist!” His response was, “What is that?”
At age 65, Marian Condon wasn’t miserable or depressed, but she wasn’t joyous either.
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