VALPARAISO | The LifeTrail Advanced Wellness System and its seven workout stations were officially opened to the public Thursday, but nobody was interested in braving chilly temperatures and trying out any of the 20 exercise stations or 150 different activities it offered.
VALPARAISO | Most senior citizens will put up with quite a bit of adversity – declining health and mobility, restrictive incomes and the loss of friends and loved ones to name a few – but don't mess with their pinochle time.
VALPARAISO | The city has received a grant intended to provide exercises to help older residents become extremely older residents, Valparaiso Parks Director John Seibert said.
Marian Dick, from left, Valparaiso Parks Department Director John Seibert, HealthLinc CEO Beth Wrobel and Valparaiso City Councel member Jan Dick enjoy ice cream Sunday afternoon at the YMCA Pavilion in Valparaiso, during an ice cream social event organized by the Valparaiso Parks Department…
Pat Beugert, of Valparaiso, creates her ice cream sundae during an ice cream social put on by the Valparaiso Parks Department and Pines Village Retirement Community. The event was part of the Elderstyle Valparaiso initiatve for older adults living in the city.
Laurie Mullet, from left, CEO of PInes Village in Valparaiso, sits with Pines Village residents Judy Bornstein and Laura Harting at the YMCA Pavilion in Valparaiso on Sunday to enjoy the Ice Cream Social organized by the Valparaiso Parks Department and Pines Village Retirement Communities an…
VALPARAISO | "Age of Champions," an award-winning film about older adult athletes competing in the Senior Games, is the kickoff event for ElderStyle Valparaiso. The film provides an inspiring inside view of the lives of a 100-year old tennis player, an 86 year old cattle rancher who loves tr…
VALPARAISO | The city unveiled a five-year plan at a press conference Monday to offer sufficient services and opportunities for Valparaiso's growing population of senior citizens.
VALPARAISO | With the baby boomers reaching retirement -- another one hits 60 every 7 seconds -- the city has hired a consultant to develop a master plan for meeting the needs of seniors for the long term.
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