COVER STORY: A Tour-de-Force Worthy of Honoring

When you think of a fundraising tour-de-force, you immediately think of Betty Hungerford. Hungerford has repeatedly broken down barriers for women in Harrisburg’s public relations profession throughout her remarkable career.

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COVER STORY: He’s a Real Phillies Fanatic

Bob Bogart’s friends tell him he’s the real Phillies Phanatic.

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COVER STORY: More in Common than We Realize

For many young people, old age is impossible to imagine.

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COVER STORY: Second Chances with Second Grace

Candace Abel has “always had a heart for those who had less than me.” As one way to reach out to others, Abel has adopted 12 girls and two boys (in addition to two biological sons and one biological daughter.)

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COVER STORY: Launching a Post-Retirement Adventure with Aria & Ducky

It was a sunny afternoon, with “Papa” pushing 5.5-year-old Aria on the swings, when she told her grandfather a fascinating tale of her toy Ducky’s surprise birthday party. André Renna had to listen hard to catch the story between each pass of the swing.

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COVER STORY: From Holland to Hoboken, the Stars are the Same

Louis Meevers-Scholte was born in a windmill in a small Dutch village in 1934. Eventually both Meevers-Scholte and the windmill would end up in America, bearing scars of a war that defined his childhood.

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COVER STORY: A Bus Ride to Days Gone By

What comes to your mind when you think of traveling in a Volkswagen bus? Driving along a breathtaking California coastal highway? Maybe camping in Arizona with beautiful red-rock formations in the background?

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COVER STORY: Helping Veterans Heal through the Power of Music

A group of six vets are playing guitars as part of downtown Lancaster’s Music for Everyone Friday-night art celebration. The audience smiles, taps their feet, and hums along as the group plays a crowd favorite, John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”

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COVER STORY: Participating in the Arts Creates Paths to Healthy Aging

We all know to eat right, exercise, and get a good night’s sleep to stay healthy. But can flexing our creative muscles help us thrive as we age?

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