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On the Move

On the Move: Taking stock of the changing of seasons

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Once again, the seasons change in New England. Red, yellow and orange leaves carpet our lawns. I fell asleep this morning in my recliner, where I’d sat to put on my shoes. Yesterday was long. My helper, Rob, and I cleaned out my vegetable garden. Rob left a coating of cherry tomatoes where the squashes had been. “Good fertilizer for next year,” he said. The last zucchini will make zucchini …

Have dinner and help a cause

Sunday, September 13, 2015

On Oct. 15, Community Action Program’s Elder Services and ServiceLink will present their third annual Bowls of Care evening, a fund-raiser and educating evening to benefit their important work in our community and to honor caregivers. Local restaurants will provide soups, wraps, salads and desserts for your dining pleasure. Each diner will take …

On the Move: Jazzing up the airwaves

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Have you ever dreamed of doing something “important” with your retirement years? Frank Wilner did. His dream was to host radio shows that would enable him to share his passion for jazz with those who remembered it and to introduce that great music to younger generations. And that’s what he’s doing with his retirement years, sharing America’s music of the 1930s and ’40s …

Poll position: Pembroke woman fills her senior years by helping voters cast their ballots

Sunday, November 4, 2012

In a few days, millions of Americans will go to the polls to elect a president. A huge help to the voters will be the hundreds of dedicated workers at the polls, facilitating the process. Marie Brezosky of Pembroke is one of those workers. Brezosky has been a …