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Irene Dubree said she attends the 50plus EXPO for, as she put it, the “who knew?” factor.
Sometimes May can lob a chilly day into the midst of its springtime pleasantness, but you don’t become a senior athlete without acquiring a bit of grit.
2019 marked the 31st year for the Lancaster Senior Games, and the annual event started its fourth decade by setting a four-digit attendance record.
New Holland resident Susan Cox initially came to Shady Maple Smorgasbord and Conference Center for the food — breakfast with friends, specifically. But she stayed for the 50plus EXPO.
Lebanon County athletes over age 50 are encouraged to sign up for the 34th annual Lebanon County Senior Games, to be held May 13–17 at various area locations.
With declining U.S. unemployment rates, employers looking to fill positions are facing a more limited pool of candidates from which to bolster their ranks.
When the annual Lancaster Senior Games returns for its 31st year on May 6, Pat Fellenbaum will be there to guide the event she helped start into its fourth decade.
As a mentor to other vets, Army veteran Chuck Tyler attended the recent Veterans’ Expo & Job Fair at the Farm and Home Center in Lancaster not only for himself, but also to scout opportunities for other transitioning veterans.
Cumberland County’s baby boomers, seniors, and caregivers connected with community resources during the Cumberland County 50plus EXPO, which returned to the Carlisle Expo Center for its 19th year on Oct. 17.
“This is the most fantastic event in the whole world.”
While much of the morning world was still sipping coffee and coaxing groggy mental gears into full functionality, the waiting crowd of boomers and seniors inside Spooky Nook Sports was ready and raring to go by 9 a.m.
“I’ve been looking for a long time.”
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