Summer Health Fair
The Crimson Line Auxiliary (CLA) was honored for its 50 years of service to the residents of Friendship Ridge at an open house on July 12.
On June 27, the Allegheny County Department of Human Services Area Agency on Aging (DHS/AAA) hosted its annual Senior Companion Program recognition luncheon at the Edgewood Country Club in Churchill.
Bingo Fundraiser set for August 16, 2014
Resources and Services for Seniors announces the opening of the Steel Valley Center Farm Stand
More than 200 Allegheny County and City of Pittsburgh residents ages 60 and older participated in the 2014 Senior Spring Games sponsored by the Citiparks’ Healthy Active Living Program.
After what seemed like a never-ending winter this past year, the hot summer weather we’re now having is a welcome treat. Yet there are some precautions you may wish to take when the temperature and humidity soar.
Tom, a Butler County resident, needed to have outpatient surgery last month but didn’t have a means to get to the hospital facility.
Financial fraud targeting older adults continues to rise: What to look for and how to prevent it from happening to you
Edna, 92, and Sam, 73, had known each other for years, as they were both residents in the same senior high rise.
Teaching, learning, traveling and gardening have all been themes in the life of Helen Goettman Clear, a Rochester Township native and resident of New Sewickley Township since 1951.
It was “Springtime in Paris” at the Beaver County Office on Aging’s (BCOA)10th annual Family Caregiver Program Seminar on May 21.
Beach Party Theme, Food, Entertainment, Chinese Auction, Door Prizes, Jewelry Boutique, and Bingo
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, the Keen-Agers of Portersville took “A Lighthearted Look at Couples Through the Ages” at its annual variety show luncheon in April.
Dolores Bolam of New Sewickley Township would be the first to admit that she’s had a blessed life. And now as a published author at the age of 84, she is enjoying the opportunity to write about it.
Allegheny County seniors find gratification in volunteering for Pittsburgh cultural arts and science organizations
After retiring at age 65 from a 45-year career with Westinghouse, Alan Shadgett suddenly “didn’t have quite enough to do.” He was always interested in the cultural arts so he picked up the phone and called the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater to inquire about volunteering.