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I don’t see myself as old, but the stopwatch does

Oct 13th, 2020 | By
I don’t see myself as old, but the stopwatch does

All summer, I enjoy cherries and peaches—the luscious summer fruits, which dribble juice on our chins, necks and fingertips. Peaches and cherries are pricey, even when they’re in season—costing more than apples or even the lovely clementines that we get in winter. I treat myself to lots of cherries and peaches. Because I’m old. Actually,
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Campaign benefits King County seniors

Oct 13th, 2020 | By

Aegis Living, whose assisted-living and memory-care communities in three states include 23 in King County, is part of a campaign to help the county’s homeless and homebound seniors. The company and the Clark Family Foundation, headed by Dwayne Clark, founder and chief executive officer of Aegis Living, have launched Seattle Seniors Strong. The $100,000 community-match
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Social Security changes: What to know

Oct 13th, 2020 | By

For individuals who are preparing to start or already receiving their Social Security benefits, current and future changes may impact their retirement plans.  For some advance knowledge and tips that might save thousands of dollars, a free online workshop will be presented Oct. 26 by the Social Security Administration and Pierce County Aging and Disability
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Study: Washington’s a pretty cheap place to live

Oct 8th, 2020 | By

What consumers spend to buy everyday items has risen 2 percent in the past year. With incomes not keeping pace, Americans need to be more careful than ever choosing where they live. And here’s some good news for Washingtonians: Your state is one of the easiest on the pocketbook. TheSeniorList.org, an online source of consumer
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