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Ready for Fall? Rake In These Yard Work Safety Tips

No matter your age, we can all benefit from a few fall yard work safety tips! Keep these in mind when you’re raking and disposing of leaves this season: Grip the rake with your dominant hand in the middle of the pole, and non-dominant hand near the end of the pole. Use your arms to pull the rake back and push it forward. Don’t use your back and hips to avoid pulling a muscle. Use gloves when putting leaves into garbage bags. And, remember to tie the bag! During the fall, Seabury Age-In-Place® volunteers help older adults by raking leaves and cleaning homes. Autumn is a fun time to volunteer with Age-In-Place® with your classmates, family, friends, and/or neighbors. Age-In-Place® provides al

Acting Out Faith Never Grows Old for Friendship Terrace Resident

“Sitting around watching TV is very unappealing to me,” said Friendship Terrace resident David Jackson, 94, (pictured below with photo of his late wife). He joined the community in April and has been on the go ever since. Three days a week, he is up at 3:30 a.m., and out the door by 6:30 a.m. (“I hate searching for parking.”) At Georgetown University Hospital, he staffs the information desk until 8:00a.m., then receives a list of patients who are Episcopalians. The next hour or so is spent visiting them, and serving communion to those who wish to receive the sacrament. “I don’t talk about religion,” said Jackson. “I act it out.” Jackson is a familiar face at the hospital, where he worked for

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