Power Up en Mass – Its more fun with friends

Power Up en Masse It’s more fun with friends  By Penelope Folsom Heard enough about all the wonderful benefits of exercise? Ready to get out there and be a part of this expanding group of hard bodies with firm muscles and great pecs? Well, something like that. There are many organized groups in the area […]

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So You Want to Start a Book Club

So You Want to Start a Book Club By Beth Schmelzer and Marcia Feliciano Once upon a time there were two good friends who loved to read. Whenever Beth and Marcia got together, their conversations always included a chat about books they were reading, books they had read, books in untidy stacks that they looked […]

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ROMEOS & JULIETS

 ROMEOS & JULIETS By Maureen Smith Have you always thought of yourself as a Romeo? Now that you are retired and looking for any and every chance to get out of the house, why not form a Romeo Club? There are hundreds of these fun groups across the country. And how did they come up with […]

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PICKLEBALL FOR FUN, FITNESS AND FRIENDSHIP

PICKLEBALL FOR FUN, FITNESS AND FRIENDSHIP By Joanne R. Alloway             When a former racquetball partner from Texas called and said she was playing pickleball twice a week, I laughed. What on earth is that, I asked? She couldn’t believe I hadn’t heard of it or tried it. She said it was the rage in […]

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Polocrosse: King of the One-Horse Sport

Polocrosse: King of the One-Horse Sport By Betsy Hickok Polocrosse is similar to lacrosse except it may be more fun. It’s played on horseback. Known as the king of the one-horse sports, it’s unlike polo where a player has several horses available to play. In Polocrosse, only one horse can be played by a player […]

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Is This the Year to Join a Health Club?

Is This the Year to Join a Health Club? By Leah Lancione “Oh no,” you say. “Not again. Not another plea to make a New Year’s resolution involving diet and exercise!” OK, I won’t do my usual spiel about how your food choices affect your health, both short- and long-term, and how adding daily exercise […]

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The Longest Journey Begins with the First Step …

The Longest Journey Begins with the First Step … By Edree Downing Have you heard enough about all the wonderful benefits of exercise? Are you ready to get out there and actually do it? You know all the stats – if we’d just do a couple of hours each week, we’d all live long enough […]

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Back to School – Now More Fun Than Ever!

Back to school – Now More Fun Than Ever! By Edree Downing           Whether it’s called lifelong learning, adult learning or continuing education, going back to school is a huge opportunity for seniors. There are a vast number of courses offered, whether you want to learn more about a subject or to perfect a skill […]

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Operation Welcome Home Maryland

OPERATION WELCOME HOME MARYLAND Patriotism in Action By Joanne R. Alloway        If you haven’t experienced the joy of greeting, welcoming and thanking returning service members back to American soil after deployments, you are missing out on something very patriotic. Recently my friend Elizabeth and I went to Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to experience […]

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Naptown’s Finest Set To Conquer The National Senior Games

Naptown’s Finest Set To Conquer The National Senior Games By Leah Lancione                     Cleveland will be hosting the National Senior Games from July 19 to Aug. 1 with more than 14,000 athletes aged 50 and older, including a large and competitive contingent of Marylanders. Athletes will be competing in 19 sports at what is […]

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Rotarians Park Cars

Rotarians Park Cars By Buzz Stillinger   Naval Academy home football games attract thousands of cars to the stadium on Rowe Boulevard for each home game in Annapolis. Many fans come early and set up tailgate parties. Without some strict organization, there would be chaos, hot tempers and inefficient use of the parking spaces. To […]

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Angels from the Caring Collection

Angels from the Caring Collection By Marion Kay On Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays there are several cars parked near a home on North Harbor Court in the quiet Annapolis community of Saefern. A welcoming sign greets you at the front door of the two-story home. After entering you walk downstairs to the basement, which is […]

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PEACE CORPS: SENIORS ARE SHOWING UP

   Peace Corps:  Seniors Are Showing Up By Tricia Herban  Remember the old expression, “Join the Navy to see the world?”  That’s a good slogan and self-explanatory.  But what about the Peace Corps?  Recently, the Peace Corps came to Annapolis on a recruiting trip and OutLook had the opportunity to speak with two regional recruiters, […]

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AACC OFFERS A VIBRANT LEARNING COMMUNITY FOR OLDER ADULTS

AACC OFFERS A VIBRANT LEARNING COMMUNITY FOR OLDER ADULTS By Terry Portis, Ed.D.  Self-directed learning communities have formed all over the country in recent years. Members manage their own learning with peers and pursue interests and discussions with people who have a similar goal. This kind of rich learning environment is especially important for middle-aged […]

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Biking for Fun and Exercise

Biking for Fun and Exercise By Kathryn Marchi  Who doesn’t love autumn?  The heat may still be around in September and early October, but the humidity is greatly diminished and the evenings are definitely cooler.  Swimming may be over for those with outdoor pools but lots of people still walk, run and play tennis to […]

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Romeos Seen in Bay Area

ROMEOS SEEN IN BAY AREA By Maureen Smith Have you always thought of yourself as a Romeo? Now that you are retired or a part-timer and looking for any and every chance to get out of the house, why not form a Romeo Club? There are hundreds of these fun groups across the country. And […]

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Seniors Making Music Happen on the Eastern Shore

Seniors Making Music Happen on the Eastern Shore By Lin Clineburg We sat transfixed, listening without breathing it seemed, to the beautiful strains of Brahms played by world-class musicians at the Wye River’s Aspen Institute that early summer day. The afternoon concert, and champagne buffet supper that followed under a crisp white tent, nourished us […]

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