For troubadour Bruce Piephoff, the music doesn’t stop. It’s impossible to overestimate the contributions of Boomers to our musical heritage: Bob Dylan, the Beach Boys, Motown, the British Invasion, to name just a few. For singer-songwriter and Greensboro… Read More
A self-described “nudnik for justice,” 61-year-old Rabbi Fred Guttman has shared his opinions face to face with world and national leaders, including Desmond Tutu, Elizabeth Dole, Eric Cantor, Mike Huckabee and Barack Obama. And each meeting is documented… Read More
In 1956, the United States launched a Jupiter-C rocket as a prequel to the Space Race. Meanwhile, in Wiesbaden, Germany, Sallie White was born at a US Air Force Base, where her father was stationed. So began her… Read More
Fewer and fewer Americans today can say they were born, received their education and had their career all within the same ten mile radius. This has not always been the case. It’s probably a little more typical among… Read More
“Look! The house next door is for sale!” said Tara McKenzie Sandercock as her parents were visiting Greensboro from upstate New York. Not long after that, the senior McKenzies were neighbors. Having Mom and Dad next door is… Read More
As editorial page editor at Guilford County’s largest newspaper, 55-year-old Allen Johnson has a significant amount of access and influence in the community. Sometimes his mom has more. While covering a heated community meeting held in a local… Read More
As Steve Tate carefully chops a long renewable row of “Cut-and-Come-Again” lettuce for the evening’s 65-person dinner at Goat Lady Dairy, he tells a story of sustainability that defines his family, his livelihood and his generation. Tate, 60,… Read More
At 62, Allen Broach is showing few signs of slowing down. That’s because Broach & Company, the advertising agency he founded in downtown Greensboro in 1983, won’t let him. Neither, it seems, will anything else. In the midst… Read More
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Use our helpful directory of links to services and support from community agencies and organizations to assist aging parents, friends, relatives or yourself. Senior Resources of Guilford is your Community Resource Connection.
You are, if you live in Guilford County and were born between 1946 and 1964. Guilford Boomers is a program of Senior Resources of Guilford that brings boomers together with events, activities, information and volunteer opportunities. We also provided support services, whether you’re a caregiver for a senior parent or making decisions about your own independent living, now or in the future.
A lot of baby boomers are still active in their careers. Others are retired. Some are somewhere in between. They share some common experiences, having grown up in an exciting time of change. Senior Resources of Guilford understands the unique needs of boomers, who may have children still at home, but are also supporting aging parents.
There’s no formal membership. We’re simply here for you!