Aging Gracefully With Yoga

According to Yoga Journal, 2.9 million Americans age 55 years or older regularly practice yoga for its health benefits. In a culture that worships youth and frames aging as a process of loss, yoga honors the aging process. Poses can be…

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North Metro Fire Rescue District To Host Toy Drive and Santa Visit

Help Local Nonprofit Fulfill Gift Wishes for Colorado Children in Need This Holiday Season ~ BROOMFIELD, Colo.— North Metro Fire Rescue District is partnering with local nonprofit A Precious Child to collect gifts for thousands of underprivileged children in Colorado…

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Ramblings of a Rambler – Dec 2016

~ By Bill Watson, Publisher, Prime Time For Seniors ~ Hi Prime Timers! The Holiday Season is upon us and we wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Healthy and Happy New Year… We would like to take…

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Join Community Food Share’s Efforts in Hunger Relief

Support Families this Holiday Season ~ LOUISVILLE, CO – Waking up to an empty table can be a hopeless and desperate situation. One in eight people in Boulder and Broomfield Counties struggle with hunger. Community Food Share has risen in…

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6 Reasons to Not Delay Asking Questions About Alzheimer’s

President Ronald Reagan understood the significant risks of Alzheimer’s disease when he designated November as Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness & Family Caregivers Month in 1983. Sadly, he passed away from the disease in 2004. The prospect of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s…

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Gallery 1261 Presents Three Person Exhibition

DENVER, CO. – In the final show of 2016 Gallery 1261 presents a dynamic exhibition featuring three artists whose work exemplifies some of the best in their respective genres. The work of Greg Gandy, Jeremy Mann, and Timothy P Wilson,…

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Peace on Earth

~ By Kirsten Antony, R.N. ~ Peace on Earth is a sentiment we see so often this time of year. It is a sentiment many of us seek to express especially right now given the political climate and the devisiveness…

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Helping Good Neighbors Resolve Waste Disputes

When getting older, looking after the house and yard gets more difficult. It’s even harder when illness and financial problem take their toll. Income goes down, the ability to do things yourself goes down, but the waste builds up. It’s…

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2016 Mount Evans Angels ready to fly

Beginning in early September, a unique group of volunteers called the Angel Makers began gathering twice a week at Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice, just as they have each year since 1993. They were working on a very…

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Cash Prizes and Professional Feedback for Unknown Writers

Online Contest from the Denver Woman’s Press Club Do you know any wonderful (but unpublished) writers ready to take the important step of entering a contest? The Unknown Writers’ Contest, sponsored by the Denver Woman’s Press Club, awards cash prizes…

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Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice ranked in top 1% in the Nation

Evergreen, CO – Evergreen-based nonprofit Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice has again been named one of the country’s Top 100 home health agencies, placing it in the top one percent in the nation. Sponsored by DecisionHealth, the HomeCare…

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Too Many Solicitations? Better Start Protecting your Information

~ By Gerald Rome, Colorado Securities Commissioner ~ When I go out to talk about fraud awareness, I am sure to hear frustration with the amount of phone, email, and direct mail junk that consumers receive on a daily basis….

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Take Emotions Out of Your Investment Decisions

~ By Herb White, MBA, CFP ~ Investing in the markets, like many other important decisions you make, requires you to take action based both on research and on dispassionate common sense rather than on your emotions. Common sense decisions…

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Ms. Colorado Senior America Competes in National Pageant

~ By Shari Ortiz, President, MCSAP ~ Sylvia Boyd, Ms. Colorado Senior America 2016, competed in the National Ms. Senior America Pageant in Atlantic City, NJ, on October 17 and 18. Sylvia was one of 45 contestants who competed from…

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Free ‘effective communication’ program for caregivers of people with dementia

Caregiver Survival Skills is a free educational series presented by the Mountain Caregivers Resource Group. December’s topic, “Effective Communication” Strategies for Caregivers,” will be presented by a representative of the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado. The program teaches caregivers to decode…

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