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…and our senior citizens are in the mix!

An analysis of how different generations are getting their news suggests that these trends are likely to continue. In 2010, for the first time, the internet has surpassed television as the main source of national and international news for people younger than 30. Since 2007, the number of 18 to 29 year olds citing the internet as their main source has nearly doubled, from 34% to 65%. Over this period, the number of young people citing television as their main news source has dropped from 68% to 52%.

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Legal day for seniors is August 14

If you are a senior citizen, an adult child with an aging parent or a care giver, you may want to attend one or many of the sessions.

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Senior Day Offers Many Activities

This is the seventh year the event has had such a tone. In the past Town and Country Days had a special day for senior citizens and the WCCOA held a picnic for their seniors each September. But seven years ago they decided to work together on a combined event and the result has been very positive. “It started out with about 90 people and has grown to over 400!” said Ash. “It’s been very successful,” reiterated Lemasters.

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On becoming a ‘senior citizen’ . . .

I suspect that it will be a long, long, time until the world makes any sense to me. Given that I want to hang around for a long, long, time, I guess that is a convenient co-incidence.

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Boomers driving choices in Atlanta

The goals of Lifelong Mableton are to promote housing and transportation options, encourage healthy living and expand access to services for all age groups.

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A book per month

The ability to adjust one’s thoughts and actions in light of the results of acquired knowledge, it’s application, denotes a willingness to adjust to the reality of life, intelligence.

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