Your pet and your estate: No joke

 

Maybe you heard that Joan Rivers left a portion of her $150 million fortune to her four rescue pups, who are now living with her longtime assistant. Or that Lauren Bacall’s will said her dog, Sophie, would inherit $10,000 of her $26.6 million estate. You might have even laughed when you heard the news.

Richard Eisenberg, a blogger with […]

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How widows can avoid financial hardship

As if losing a spouse wasn’t hard enough, a new New York Life survey says that many widows confront years of undue financial hardship after their husbands die. (Some widowers face similar woes, the study notes, but not nearly as much.)
Richard Eisenberg, a blogger for PBS’s website Next Avenue, shares a few specifics from the November 2014 […]

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Ashland fifth grader honors “Grandma” in Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest

Michael Slone received top honors in the 2015 Grandparent of the Year essay contest sponsored by Kentucky Retired Teachers Association and AARP Kentucky. Michael and his grandmother, Dana Payne, received their awards at the Annual “AARP Kentucky Grandparent of the Year” ceremonies in Louisville in April.

The Crabbe Elementary School student’s grandmother, Dana Payne was the […]

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Get Fit At Charles Young Center

The Charles Young Center offers Lexington seniors exercise opportunities to keep them healthy mentally and physically

The Senior Center at Charles Young Center, 540 E. Third Street, offers a number of programs to keep seniors healthy – mentally and physically.

Here’s a schedule of just some of what’s offered:

 

Wii U Fit Sessions: Participants work individually […]

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Tips to live long and feel great

Now that the weather has improved, it’s the perfect time to get out for a walk, to work in the garden or just play with the grandkids in the park.

Staying active is very beneficial to any lifestyle, but particularly for seniors.

A recent newsletter from the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department suggests these “ingredients” for a […]

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Healing Moments Alzheimer/Dementia Education offers help for caregivers

A program designed to improve the quality of life for persons with Alzheimer’s and dementia, reduce caregiver stress, and inspire a hopeful attitude will come to Lexington from 6-9 p.m. on May 29.

In “Meeting the Mystery of Alzheimer’s: Hope, Inspiration & Healing,” participants will learn creative, effective methods for communicating and connecting with and […]

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Can you hear me? May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

The Lexington Speech and Hearing Center is celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month in May with several activities.

At noon on May 12, Lexington Hearing and Speech Audiologist Dr. Janet Wolfson is offering a free lunch along with a program entitled, “Healthy hearing linked to healthy aging.”

The presentation will take place at the Lexington Hearing […]

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