We hear a lot of talk about the aging of the American population and how it will bankrupt the Social Security System and Medicare, but not enough is said about the opportunities an aging population offers.
Twenty-eight years ago in the neighborhoods of Tyler, one woman’s vision came together to create one of the strongest non-profit assistance charities in East Texas. People Attempting To Help (PATH) was founded by Gertrude Windsor, whose charitable heart marked everything she did in the Tyler community.
The holidays are rapidly approaching, it is time to take a big, deep breath and come up with a game plan to help bring true peace and joy to the remainder of your year. I would like to say that I have a magical cure for eliminating the stress that comes along with such a busy season, but the best I can do is share some reflective observations that I have made over the years.
I have before me the report describing an upper GI endoscopy I recently underwent. It’s quite informative and even entertaining. It is narrated in surprisingly human terms. It turns out I was coughing throughout the procedure which made it “more difficult,” the doctor reported
The City of Longview, Partners in Prevention, along with Great Longview United Way, East Texas Council of Governments, Region 7 Education Service Center, Workforce Solutions of East Texas and Longview Nonprofit Coalition is sponsoring The Poverty Conference from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. October 15 at Maude Cobb Convention Center, 100 Grand Blvd. in Longview
The Better Business Bureau Serving Central East Texas warns elderly and disabled residents to beware of unsolicited phone calls from unscrupulous people looking to obtain Medicare or Medicaid information.
Longview businessman Ken Chinn is giving away guitars because his teenage daughter, Tara, gave him “the look.” The guitars are for sick and needy children who want to play but whose families can’t afford to buy guitars for them.