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75 Years Of Change….

With the continuing political upheaval that surrounds us, one is inclined to want to check out memories of our country’s past endeavors and determine how well we have done. For some, these memories go way back to being the children born before, during, or following the World War II years. In June we checked out […]

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Grand Opening of Seniors Today Solutions

Special to Seniors Today What better way to continue celebrating the 30th anniversary of publishing Seniors Today this year than to announce the grand opening of our sister company Seniors Today Solutions? The new company has been in the planning stages for several years and delayed opening last year because of COVID. What a great […]

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Let The Rain Come Down…

Finally, we are in the midst ofsome rainy days! When I first came to Florida and would see the rain clouds appear I’d say, “Oh, no… not again!” We came to Florida for the sunshine and, in those early days, lived at the beach. We had no knowledge of the sun being bad for your […]

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Antiques—Mourning Picture

Death was an important part of life in the 19th century. Life expectancy was 38 to 44 years, and many babies died at birth or before they were a year old. Mourning and the rituals that accompanied a death were very important and lasted about a year. There was a funeral, attended by friends and […]

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What’s In The Stars

Aries (March 21 to April 19) Lots of possibilities begin to open up. Some seem more appealing than others. Wait for more facts to emerge later on before you consider which to choose. Taurus (April 20 to May 20) Bravo to the determined Bovine. While others might give up, you continue to search for answers. […]

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Cats Are Family Too

by Barry KuKes As I have mentioned be-fore, my wife is a pet sitter. Many of her clients are cat owners in need of assistance with litter box cleaning, feeding, insulin injections, etc. When a new client hires her to provide services, they will usually say, “oh, you’ll never see the cats, but as long […]

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Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer

by George Goldtrap Remember the Nat King Cole 1963 hit… Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer? Like so many of the great hits of that era, it’s hard to get it out of my head. It’s there, right now, as I write. I think what propels the song, even today is the fact that […]

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You Too Can Help Police Officer Jayson Raynor

Special to Seniors Today On June 23 Daytona Beach Po- lice Officer Jayson Raynor started his shift just as he did for the past three years he had been with the department. Hours later he would be in Halifax Hospital fighting for his life from a gunshot wound in his head. Many law enforcement, even […]

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Happy Birthday, Medicare! What Happens When You Turn 65

By Nick Moulton This July marks the 56th an-niversary of Medicare. Did you know you can apply for Medicare online even if you are not ready to start your retirement benefits? Applying online can take less than 10 minutes. There are no forms to sign and we usually require no additional documentation. We’ll process your […]

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Here’s An Idea

by JoAnn Derson • Someone late for dinner? To keep potatoes warm without drying them out (as would happen in an oven), set their serving dish in a larger pan of hot water and cover. • “I use a small plastic bowl as a scoop in my big bag of potting mix. It’s a good […]

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