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  1. Beth Burkhardt
    Beth Burkhardt March 2, 2015 at 8:59 am | | Reply

    … right in front of the mailbox – THE ORIGINS OF WAR!!

  2. Judith Augsberg
    Judith Augsberg August 24, 2016 at 2:55 am | | Reply

    I have a friend who has turned seventy, who is most excited to be with young people. She is often homeless, but lives with dignity and grace and great style. The wait staff of local restaurants are her best friends and greatest support. She has the skin of a thirty year old, and the laugh of a twenty-something. Youth is her strength, aging is just something she puts up with. She has little tolerance for the aged, for their company that is; she is compassionate about the trials of other old and older folk, but chooses young people as her best companions.

    Thanks for these programs..

  3. Ed Kennedy
    Ed Kennedy April 13, 2017 at 8:09 pm | | Reply

    A lot of opportunities out there for working with young people GAL with the local court, reader at your local school, mentor in your local school, volunteer at girl/boy scout camp, just takes some looking. At 81, I have three different volunteer “jobs”.

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