Women on the Moveis a one-a-month series on this blog about women of retirement age who refuse to retire from life. Women who seek and embrace change. Women who stand at the bend in the road and, with a sense of adventure, impulsiveness, curiosity and courage, keep walking.
As part of the Hatch-A-Chick program, equipment and eggs were loaned from a farm and set up in the dining room for the residents at Peninsula Retirement Residence in Surrey, B.C., to enjoy and care for.
Henry, 70, and Whitlock, 67, have spent the past five years traveling the globe either on their own backpacking adventures or while volunteering in communities from South America to Southeast Asia.
In April of this year, Mattamy announced the purchase of the RiverTown community in Jacksonville, Fla. for $43.6-million U.S. from St. Joe Company in what it termed “one of the most significant real estate transactions in north Florida in the last 10 years.” click headline
The plants would still be running, spewing mercury, lead and arsenic into our air, causing deaths, asthma and climate destabilization...I know that I’m much more effective an activist in my 50s than I was in my 20s or 30s because my skills are so much broader. There is room for every mature person out there to get engaged in working for change - click headline
Against my better judgment, I attended the Dain City Reunion to honour the longevity and vibrance of the little village on the Welland Canal where I spent the first 17 years of my life. I only went to spend time with my childhood buddy Malcolm Hilton who, showing much better judgment than me, did not show up - click headliine
...people can expect 20 or more years of life after retirement, and that's creating a new class of worker with new demands of employers...People are living longer, healthier lives and have the capacity to keep going, while others simply need the money - click headline