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Monthly Archives: May 2016

OLLI Art Instructor Wins Competition

Kathy Rennell Forbes, OLLI instructor and professional artist, won first place in a Paint Quick Competition held at the 2016 Olmsted Plein Air Invitational on May 1. We caught up with Forbes to learn more about her experience. How did it feel to participate and win? “It was exciting to be painting alongside many very talented...
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Gerontologists in Great Demand

Did you know in 1916 the average life expectancy in America was 49.6 years for males and 54.3 years for females? Today, just 100 years later, those numbers have greatly increased to 76.4 and 81.2, respectively (CDC). As a result, by 2030, roughly 31 million Americans will be older than 75, the largest such population...
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Health Coach Grad Changing Lives

Jermile Richards had his future mapped out. Then life happened. At six-foot-three, 320 pounds, he played football in high school, junior college and with a semi-professional league. Once his playing days were over, he returned home to Cartersville to begin coaching at the middle-school level. It was during this time that Jermile’s life would drastically...
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