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Roosevelt’s Truth Telling Law

By Gerald Rome, Colorado Securities Commissioner ~ These days there is a lot of talk about regulation of the financial sector. Is the system rigged in favor of “Wall Street,” requiring a makeover of regulations to rein them back in. Or is there bureaucratic overreach, too much government regulation that stifles job creation. In light […]

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) – Sept. 2018

Retirees Can Still Make a Difference: Volunteer with Adams/E. Arapahoe RSVP ~ Adams/E. Arapahoe Retired and Senior Volunteer Program at The Senior Hub, Inc. For volunteers age 55+ in Adams or east Arapahoe (Aurora, east Centennial, or I-70 to Deer Trail). Sponsors: Corp. for National and Community Svc., and Senior Hub. Studies say volunteers have […]

Active Minds Denver Area – Sept. 2018

Active Minds Partner Events (Please see our sponsor information below on the right for more details) ● Breast Cancer Support Group – August 21 (Lone Tree)  ● Back & Neck Pain Seminar – August 21 (Aurora)  ● Lung Cancer Screening Seminar – August 22 (Englewood)  ● Hip Surgery Seminar – August 23 (Lone Tree)  ● Breast Cancer Partner Support Group – August 23 (every 4th […]

Active Minds Denver Area Events – Aug. 2018

● Breast Cancer Partner Support Group – July 26 (every 4th Thurs of in Lone Tree)  ● Weight Loss Seminar – August 4 (monthly in Lone Tree)  ● Colonoscopy Saturday – August 4 (Lone Tree)  ● Diet, Cancer & Inflammation Workshop – August 6 (Lone Tree)  ● Neck Pain Seminar – August 14 (Lone Tree)  ● Stroke Survivors Support Group – August […]

Free Mental Health Support Group Every Other Week

Please join us on the first and third Mondays of the month for a free, peer led, faith based discussion and sharing time for those with depression or bipolar disease.  Supportive friends and family members are also welcome.  We are affiliated with the national organization Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance:  dbsalliance.org.  We meet at Grace […]

Marijuana & Your Health

You’ve Heard the Hype. Can It Help? In 1996, California became the first state in the nation to legalize marijuana for medical purposes. Since then, more than half the states have followed suit, while several others have moved one step further by legalizing marijuana for adult-use. With so many states deciding to opt out of […]

Top Ten Legal Myths In Estate Planning

~ By Tamra K. Waltemath, P.C. ~ 1. My children know what I want to happen after my death so I do not need a will. 2. If I have a will my estate will not go through probate. 3. If you are married you don’t need a will because your spouse will inherit everything.

Baby Boomers Pave the Way for Changing the “Later Years”

~ By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ DENVER, CO – Ever thought you might want to xeriscape your yard to reduce maintenance in your later years, save a few bucks on home repairs, or spend a summer being a camp host in a national park. These and many other opportunities such as learning how to download apps […]

Tree Branch Removal Needed

We have tree branches in our back yard that need to be picked up on the 30th of April.  I am disabled and can not remove them, and also do not have a truck to do so. If there is a possibility that someone can come to my house , they can drive into my […]

Complicated Grief Around Death of a Loved One

In the wake of a death, people experience grief. They may feel sad, lonely, or low on energy. They may feel disconnected from others and think frequently about the person who has died. This can go on for months or even years, but as long as the intensity of their symptoms decreases over time, their […]

Cool Duo 5k Run, Walk & Craft Fair

Come join us for the Sts. Peter and Paul Cool Duo 5k Run, Walk & Craft Fair on Saturday, October 1st, 2016 in Wheat Ridge, CO. Official welcome begins at 8:30 am and the race sets off at 9:00 am. After a nice neighborhood run/walk, join us afterwards for shopping, games, and food in a […]

First Annual Queen’s Tea

First Annual Queen’s Tea (Grandparent’s Day) – Sunday, September 11, 2016 from 1 to 3 p.m., Piney Creek Clubhouse, 5800 S. Joplin Way, Centennial. Have you ever wanted to be waited on by a queen? How about a whole bunch of them? The current and many past queens of the Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant […]

Retiring Overseas? What You Need To Know About Getting SS Benefits Abroad

~ By Monica Ochoa, Social Security Administration ~ There are a number of people who choose to live their retirement years in places outside of the United States. Perhaps retirement in Thailand or Portugal is in your plans. Maybe you plan to split your year between Central Europe and Central Asia. In many cases, it’s […]

Immigrant Veterinarian Overcomes Incredible Odds to Succeed

~ By Marjorie A. Wallwey ~ If I may, I’d like to tell *you* a story… A French-speaking boy grows up in the war-torn African nation of Chad. He’s bright and eager. He wants to become a doctor. Even with parents who earned master’s degrees, there’s simply no money for college — and there’s no […]

The Highlands Ranch Encore Chorale for Seniors Begins Rehearsals

The Highlands Ranch Encore Chorale is a non-auditioned community chorus founded by and under the leadership of Brian Patrick Leatherman, Artistic Director and Conductor and Cindy Runkel, Executive Director and Accompanist and sponsored by the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association. The unique Encore Creativity program emphasizes the social, physical and mental health benefits of singing […]


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