- Written by Megan Joyce Megan Joyce
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.
- Written by Lori Van Ingen Lori Van Ingen
The all-American sweetheart with the hourglass figure, unattainable except by pinning her flirtatious photo to your wall, was the first “dream girl.”
- Written by Chelsea Peifer Chelsea Peifer
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?”
- Written by Jason J. Tabor Jason J. Tabor
As a young man and devoted car enthusiast, Charles W. Sando Jr. bought his first antique car in 1971—a 1936 Chevrolet.
- Written by 50plus LIFE 50plus LIFE
RSVP of the Capital Region, Foster Grandparents, and Senior Companions celebrated National Service Recognition Day on April 3 in the SpiriTrust Lutheran Glatfelter Center at the Village at Sprenkle Drive.
Jay Stanton, RSVP Dauphin County’s Volunteer of the Month, is the president of Hummelstown Elder Express senior transportation service and has been an RSVP volunteer for more than 10 years, donating more than 2,400 hours to his community.