Tag Archive: senior

Sep 21 2011

Senior Center to host dance

The Tyler Senior Center will host a “Sincerely, Patsy Cline” dance Sept. 30 from 7-9:30pm The dance will be held at the Senior Center, located at 1915 Garden Valley Rd. The dance is for Tyler residents 55 and over and will feature Allison Pharr, the singer/actress who portrayed Patsy in July’s production of “Always, Patsy …

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May 31 2011

Seniors vulnerable to Internet scams

By Jason Alderman We’re forever warning teenagers to be careful online – don’t reveal personal information to strangers, avoid scams, report bullying behavior. The same advice may be appropriate for grandma and grandpa as well. Seniors are the fastest-growing segment of new Internet users, as they’ve discovered email, online shopping and banking, social networking, traveling …

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May 18 2011

Low impact, high results

National Senior Health and Fitness Day is May 25 and TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is offering their expertise and suggestions to help Americans reshape their bodies and lifestyles in the journey towards a lifetime of good health. According to Amy Goldwater, M.S., educator, former body building champion, and physical fitness expert for …

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Mar 10 2011

Scholarship deadline approaching

Texas high school seniors have until March 28 to apply for the Don’t Mess with Texas scholarship. The 8th annual scholarship is sponsored by Dow Chemical Company in partnership with Keep Texas Beautiful. The first-place winner will receive $3,000. The second- and third-place winners will receive $1,000 each. Don’t Mess with Texas is the litter …

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Feb 02 2011

Proposed budget cuts would devastate older Texans

What does it say about the value that Texas places on its older citizens when we pay fast-food restaurant workers more than those who provide care for our elders? Who will take care of our aging parents and grandparents if we keep putting up roadblocks to quality long-term care, both community-based and in nursing homes? …

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