She’s barely 100 pounds, has seen 95 birthdays and can’t be missed with her fire red hair and the sparkle in her eyes. Sylvia Duboys is a shining example of today’s senior citizen. Fiercely independent, she lived on her own until last year. She’d still be on her own if she had her way, but six years ago, she fell and broke her right hip.
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After 53 years of marriage, Liz and Dave Dameron don’t think the romance is gone, but it sure has changed over time.
The Valley Health System hosted a presentation Jan. 9 at Sun City Summerlin on the topic “How to Keep Your Hips Healthy.” Gerry Lethbridge was there because she was having issues with her right hip after she fell six months ago and broke her arm.
When the Sun City Community Theater planned its next performance, it relied on the creativity of a number of members to come up with the show and asked Jeanne Cantor to direct. The result is “Audition Blues,” a show about a show, planned for 7 p.m. Feb. 8 and 2 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Starbright Theatre, 2215 Thomas W. Ryan Blvd.
Sitting at a work table in her Henderson home, Janet Brewer glues strips of green paper onto a blank, white card.
It’s time for some tire-kicking, and that means you’ll need to look out for lemons.
“It’s not the years in your life, it’s the life in your years,” said Sue Simecka, a contestant in the Ms. Senior Nevada Pageant
A knitting a crocheting group at the West Flamingo Senior Center hosted a “Yarn-a-Thon” event this month, creating yarn flower murals. The group plans more meetings throughout the year.
At 76, Alma Evans has been around long enough to live in much better places than Buena Vista, but she said she never lived anywhere worse than the apartment she now calls home near Carey Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard.
When is a book more than just words on paper? When it is sitting in a Little Free Library.