It was a golden opportunity for making forever friends as The Brittany Foundation launched its first Seniors for Seniors adoption event.
Two valuable activities - running and supporting our community's most frail seniors - will join forces on Sunday, Oct. 4, when the 18th annual Kiwanis Club of Santa Clarita Six Flags Magic Mountain 5K Run takes place.
Free flu shots will be administered on Friday, Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, located at 22900 Market St. in Newhall.
A particularly poignant check presentation was held recently at Summerhill Villa MBK Senior Living - one that came straight from the philanthropic heart with a generous dose of emotion.
They clutch squishy plastic balls and stretch their legs into the air with fervor.
Vietnam. An exotic land where many American soldiers lost their lives, and those who survived often lost their spirit.
"Supportive Services, how can I help you?" Dozens of callers to the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center's Supportive Services Department receive that greeting each weekday.
It is said that the moral consciousness of a society is demonstrated in how it treats its seniors.
For many people, mention the term day care and they immediately have an image of children and backpacks.
The cowboy message of doing what's right continues to thrive as the music of Santa Clarita Valley's western trio, the Cross Town Cowboys, penetrates the ears of people across the nation.
It's smart. It's simple. It's secure. And seniors from the Santa Clarita Valley left the Senior Center on Wednesday satisfied after signing up and receiving their new Transit Access Pass.
Caregiving is exceedingly stressful and time consuming – and often leaves little energy for taking care of oneself.
Every Tuesday, Flo White of Valencia gets in line. She's not the only one.
Fran Sanchez is a shark.
Every Tuesday, Tom Schmidt of Canyon Country makes house calls. He's not a doctor, but he brings something very important to the homebound seniors he sees on his weekly treks - hot meals and a warm hello.
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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