Facebook is Known for Spreading Fake News, but How About Financial Fraud?

By Jillian Sarmo, Investor Education and Public Affairs Coordinator ~ More and more older Americans are using social media every day, including to help guide investment decisions. Whether it is to research particular stocks, to find background information on financial professionals,…

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Documentary Sheds Light On Denver’s Houseless Rights

 Movement & Local “Right To Survive” Ballot Initiative 300 ~ DENVER, CO – April 1, 2019 – The Right To Rest is a new feature length documentary, directed by Sarah Megyesy & Guillermo Roqués, that is a must see before…

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Nuclear Care Partners Sponsors Building Trades Unions Breakfast for Former Rocky Flats Workers

Denver, CO – More than 50,000 former Rocky Flats workers may qualify for medical benefits and financial compensation through the Energy Employee Occupational Illness Program Act (EEOICPA) as a result of chemical or radiation exposure they endured at Rocky Flats….

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Senior Scams

By Tamra K. Waltemath, P.C. ~ I have had clients bring in letters from companies that offer to sell them a copy of the deed for their home for $89.00. These letters look very official. Multiple businesses send these letters,…

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25th Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant

Tickets on Sale – May 25, 2019 This year marks the 25th year of the Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant which will be held May 25th, 2019 at 2pm at the Pace Center- Parker Colorado. This year’s theme is –…

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Ballot Issues and Hot Issues in the Legislature

League of Women Voters Denver Provides Presentations April 1 – We will discuss two topics • The National Popular Vote Compact with one of the sponsors, Representative Emily Sirota from the 9th District. This bill has already passed the State Legislature and…

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Volunteerism as the New Rx

Seniors Improve Health and Happiness Through Community Service Denver, CO — Each morning Luz Sherman wakes up, she is on a mission. She rises early, walks to the nearest bus stop or train station, and makes an hour-long commute to…

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Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) – April 2019

Many studies show volunteers live longer and more satisfying lives. Help your community and yourself by volunteering. It’s not too late. We find volunteering for folks 55 and up in Adams and eastern Arapahoe County Phone 720-523-2820 or e-mail trapp@seniorhub.org.

Estes Park Duck Race Festival

Planners hope to raise $135,000 for local charities The Fall River may be gurgling under ice, but the 2019 Estes Park Rotary Duck Race is just around the bend. Thousands of little yellow plastic ducks will “race” downriver following the…

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Birthday Celebration for 101 Year Old and Baby Sister (age 93)

On Wednesday, March 27, 2018, about 15 special friends and family gathered at the Golden Corral Restaurant in Aurora to celebrate a birthday celebration for big sister, Roberta Thomas (for her 101st birthday – DOB: 3/17/18) and younger sister, Bessie…

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Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center – April 2019

Please pre-register where necessary. All events and classes are held at the AAC unless otherwise noted. If you would like to be mailed a copy of our ‘Rooted in Fun’ guide, call 303-205-7500. For additional info on our programs, visit…

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Thornton Active Adult Center – April 2019

Spotlight on New York City Overnight Trip – Collette Tours provides an overview of this five day trip on Wednesday, April 3 at 2:00 p.m. Airfare and five meals are included as well as visits to the Empire State Building,…

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Foothills Park & Recreation District – April 2019

Senior Adult Fundraising Golf Tournament – THU 7:30-11:30am 8/15 · 4-person scramble format · Includes green fees, prizes & post tourney celebration brunch. · Register for Senior Adult Fundraising Golf Tournament Only: $40  For information on other golf programs please contact the golf courses…

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Clements Community Center – April 2019

The Clements Community Center, 1580 Yarrow St., Lakewood, offers a wide variety of activities and services that emphasize social, mental and physical wellness for people age 55 and better. Call the center to receive a current senior program newsletter. 303.987.4820…

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Carbon Valley Active Adults – April 2019

D=District/ND=Non-District Excursions: The GrowHaus offers education around nutrition, gardening, cooking, and other essential skills for building healthy communities. Fee includes tour, transportation, parking and escort. Thursday, April 4 at 9 am. $20 D, $25 ND