Time to Celebrate!

Time to Celebrate!

Seniors, it is Older Americans Month! This month is dedicated to celebrating our seniors and their contributions to our country. Thanks to the efforts and sacrifices of past and current seniors, our country is one of the most influential nations today. Thank you for raising and continuing to build the next generation. We are grateful and honored for everything you have all done and continue to do. Thank you. Happy Older Americans Month! Readers, if you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, call your nearest medical facility and seek care immediately. If you have an underlying condition like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or respiratory conditions, shelter in place and stay away from others or crowded areas, for the most up-to-date information about the coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). If you would like to receive a copy of the OurSeniors.net Magazine, call 386-200-5444 or click Subscribe....
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Celebrate Your Seniors!

Celebrate Your Seniors!

Seniors raise those party hats in the air! It is Older Americans Month! This month is a time to honor the contributions of older persons to our country. Thanks to the efforts and sacrifices of past and current seniors, our country is one of the most influential nations today. Thank you for raising and continuing to build the next generation. Without your efforts, our society would not be where we are today. We are grateful and honored for everything you have all done and continue to do. Thank you. Happy Older Americans Month! Readers, if you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, call your nearest medical facility and seek care right away. If you have an underlying condition like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or respiratory conditions, shelter in place and stay away from others or crowded areas, for the most up-to-date information about the coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). If you...
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Happy Older Americans Month!

Happy Older Americans Month!

Our team at OurSeniors.net would like to take a moment to honor all the women who have raised and continue to build the next generation during Older Americans Month. We recognize your contributions, and we celebrate the marks you have created. Without your sacrifices and efforts, our society would not be where we are today. Thank you to all of our elders. Readers, if you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, call your nearest medical facility and seek care right away. If you have an underlying condition like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or respiratory conditions, shelter in place and stay away from others or crowded areas, for the most up-to-date information about the Coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). If you would like to receive a copy of the OurSeniors.net Magazine, call 386-200-5444 or click Subscribe. For information about any senior-related need, you may contact an OurSeniors.net Advisor by phone at 866-333-2657 (se...
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May is Older Americans Month!

May is Older Americans Month!

You may have heard recently that May is Older Americans Month, or you might have known this since 1963 when it was first established. Every year since then a proclamation is made by the President of the United States to establish the month as a time to recognize the contribution our elders have made to this country. The proclamation calls on all Americans to “honor our elders, acknowledge their contributions, care for those in need, and reaffirm our country’s commitment to older Americans this month and throughout the year.” It also aims to “urge all Americans to reach out to loved ones, neighbors, and strangers to extend love, compassion, and encouragement.  By delivering food and supplies to the homebound, mailing greeting cards, or using technology to stay connected, we can support our seniors as we defeat the virus.”  This year, Make Your Mark is the theme which encourages seniors to tell their stories and connect with others. While this cannot be done in...
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