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Country Seniors- Still in the Race
They'll die with their boots
on by Michael Lasser These Genesee Country seniors will never retire
Getting Gram & Gramps to talk by Barbara Durkin Recording
memories of older relatives takes planning and sensitivity
Athenaeum by Joan Merkel Smith Social & intellectual stimulation
is a vital part of these seniors lives
Winners never quit
photos by Mark Riggi; text by Dave Edney Older athletes compete in the
World Veterans' Games in Buffalo
They keep on truckin' by
Joan Merkel Smith These retirees found their grandest projects after they
Tune in to the New Horizons Band by Margaret Nichols You have to over 52 to join this band.
golden years by Chuck Girard Some seniors need to work even after reaching
retirement age. Here's where to find jobs.
by Ruth Phinney Volunteers read for the visually impaired on public radio.
The Open Door by Publisher Corrin
Strong Who knows where the time goes?
Genesee Country Sketches:
Watching waterfowl on the little lakes by Scott Adamson
Alfred, Life in Terra Cottaville by Susan Beckhorn This Allegany County
town is home to two major universities and is a major stop along the Ceramic Corridor. Destinations: The Steuben County Museum Trail by Christopher Jon Peterson
History: Ghost Dance Halls by Doug Hickerson Tattered remains
of once grand opera houses are like spirits lingering between the past and present
Just Folks: Marsha & George Tillson by Dave Edney These
Ontario County runners travel with light heart and vigorous step.
Away from Home: The Sutherland House by Elena M. Cambio A Victorian
Gothic house in Canandaigua now welcomes guests from around the world
On Crooked Lake by Jamer Herlan A Maine college professor returns
to Keuka Lake and golden memories of 1944.
For Arts' Sake: Sandra
Barry by Michael Lasser An Allegany County woodcarver depicts women
as flowing, liquid grace.
Views from the Genesee Country: Voices
of Experience by Dave Edney Residents of an adult community offer advice