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‘Tis the Season to Tune-Up Your Knowledge of Christmas Carols

Issue 49.15

You’ve heard them many times throughout your life, and you may even remember the words.

But what do you really know about the origins of these well-known Christmas songs? (You can check your answers at the end of this article.)

This well-known song was written as a poem by a Catholic […]

“The Other Senior Citizens Center”

Issue 44.15

The St. George area has become one of the best known retirement communities in the United

States. More than 25,000 seniors currently call this area home, and the number will certainly

increase as aging baby-­boomers discover the active lifestyle available in this warm-­weather

wonderland. To meet a wide-­range of physical and […]

Senior Living Communities: What’s the Difference?

Issue 39.15

Paper or plastic? Left or right? Wheat or white? Everyone seems to cherish their freedom to choose, yet sometimes life’s choices can seem overwhelming. With so many options available

to us these days, even buying a sandwich can seem intimidating!

Although our decisions don’t always determine the fate of the free […]

Summer Fun At Spring Gardens

Issue 34.15

With school back in session and Labor Day just a week or two away, it’s time to reflect on an eventful summer at Spring Gardens.

It all kicked off with the 2nd annual “Senior Rodeo” in May. This event featured wheelchair barrel racing, horseback riding and games. An old-fashioned photo booth […]

Connect With Friends And Family On Facebook

Issue 24.15

If you are among the growing army of seniors who are joining the technological revolution, you’ve certainly heard of Facebook. Simply put, Facebook is the easiest way to stay in touch with friends and relatives, no matter where they live or how busy they may be. It’s free to anyone with […]