Shirley Laurino, 55, of Stevenson Ranch is a full-time special education teacher. She's also a calendar pin up.
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Turning 65 does have its advantages.
Lorraine Jackson, 80, had to stop driving seven years ago due to a heart attack. Her sons, both police officers, were too concerned to let Jackson get behind the wheel again.
Mobile Solutions Van visits SCV Senior Center
Dancing. Singing. Origami. Bingo. There's never a dull moment during the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center's Adult Day Care program, which opens its doors to seniors and the disabled Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Planning ahead for one's end-of-life medical care is generally not a topic people look forward to discussing.
Boomerangs and charitable deeds have much in common. Each gets returned - one way or another. This ricochet effect was recently observed at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.
The band is playing, people are cheering and Julia Jay of Valencia is clapping along at her 100th birthday at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. Dressed in a snappy red suit, Jay, who turned the century mark on Oct. 16, blew out her candles with ease and seemed genuinely surprised at all the fuss.
From pit bulls to poodle skirts, no topic is too hot for the participants of "Live, Laugh, Love," a weekly group that meets at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.
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They move as if one, a half dozen actors from a silent, slow-motion kung fu movie. Arms unfurl into graceful characters, while legs pivot the torso to the next scene.
It was just about lunchtime when the impromptu dance broke out.
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital will be hosting a free flu shot clinic for seniors 65 years of age and older or adults in a high-risk category during the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber's 25th annual Home & Business Expo on October 10 and 11.
The stairs were becoming a problem for Jennifer Duke and her husband Errol Adams. Too steep for her multiple sclerosis, the shaky railing unsafe for his cognitive disability.
Santa Clarita residents saddled up at the Country Western Hoedown presented by the SCV Senior Center Silverstones & Memory Makers in Newhall on Thursday.
Senior citizens are working at a higher rate than ever before, staying employed past retirement age and keeping active throughout their golden years.
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