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A bird walk one evening produced approximately 35 tree sparrows, 5 squirrels, 2 cross and 1 wooden peregrine falcon in a porch window.
Why Some People Be Mad at Me Sometimes  by Lucille Clifton They ask me to remember  But they want me to remember their memories and I keep remembering mine. I’m reflecting today on a recent conversation with a dear friend and writer who knows a great deal about the loneliness and...
A Memoir Writing workshop to help discover hidden your gems of experiences
Help Keg & Case win the USA Today Ten Best Reader's Choice Awards
Keystone Senior Services keeps older adults thriving and active through fitness classes, wellness events and social activities.
Source: Minnesota Board on Aging Minnesota has an array of resources to keep in mind when gathering with family and friends. The MN Dept. of Human Services and the Minnesota Board on Aging offer these helpful resources:                 Senior LinkAge Line (800-333-2433) Chat at seniorlinkageline.com provides help with a wide range...
After much discussion and thought, there is a near-unanimous decision to change the name of St. Paul Neighborhoods ACT on Alzheimer’s (SPN ACT) to Dementia Friendly St. Paul. The new name will be adopted in 2019. However, changing the name is a large endeavor that will take an undetermined about of time to accomplish. The overarching goal...
Former Community Reporter Board Chair and West End resident Wendy Underwood has been named Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis’s Senior Director of Advocacy and Government Affairs.