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Old Friends

Special to Seniors Today Old Friends (Endless Love) is a collection of unique love stories between old men, old women, old fri-ends, old dogs, even an old wolf. Stories from heaven, stories about heaven, stories about heaven on earth; stories of love that lasted a lifetime, stories of love that happens once in a lifetime. […]

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Nothing Is Really Free

We all love free offers. But we always have to remember two popular adages: If it sounds too good to be true, it is likely neither good nor true. Nothing is really free. When a business offers something for “free”, what are they really offering? They want you to do business with them—to get you […]

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Spam—For Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

Years ago, when we first got computers, wasn’t it fun to exchange e-mail messages? It was similar to the way we once en­joyed the use of the telephone? There was also a time when you were you and no-one could change that, but now out-to-getcha groups have added identity theft! The invasion of our privacy […]

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Swindling Sweethearts Truly Offer ‘Love’ In All The Wrong Places

If you’ve never heard of romance or sweetheart scams—or even if you have—it’s more important than ever to make sure Volusia County residents of all ages know about this possible pitfall and how to avoid becoming a victim. This kind of scam preys on one of the oldest, strongest desires in our society—the need for […]

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Native American Veterans

by Freddy Groves A VA-backed home mortgage is currently in the neighborhood of 5.5 percent for a 30-year loan, and a refi is approximately 6.63 percent. Unless you qualify as a Native American or are married to a Native American. Then, starting in March and for the next 24 months, a home loan can be […]

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What’s That Clicking Sound?

by Barry KuKes About a month ago, our oldest dog Spencer, made a clicking noise with his jaw. It was as if he was chattering from being too cold. He didn’t emit this noise regularly, but enough that we took notice. One day last week, the chattering became constant. He would still eat, do his […]

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Older Americans Month 2023

Special to Seniors Today Established in 1963, Older Americans Month (OAM) is celebrated every May. Led by the Administration for Community Living (ACL), OAM is a time for us to acknowledge the contributions and achievements of older Americans, highlight important trends, and strengthen our commitment to honoring our older citizens. This year’s theme, Aging Unbound, […]

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In A Nut Shell…

My computer stays so busy, I don’t take time to forward a message. However friends of mine has never stopped sending—and frankly—I’m loving ‘em! My friend Frankie sent me the following, a long time ago. This is me in a nut shell. I just discovered my age group!!! I am a Seenager. (Senior teenager). I […]

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Elmo Glick?

by Mick Harper Who was Elmo Glick?  Name the deaf singer who released Cry and Just Walkin’ In The Rain.  Why was Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) sued for El Condor Pasa?  Who released Could It Be I’m Falling In Love?  Name the song that contains these lyrics: Well, I might take a train, […]

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