Are you 55 or older? Can you spell?

If you’re over 55 and want to prove your spelling prowess, now’s your chance. Tanya Rivera, news anchor of WFMY will be official pronouncer for the Senior Resources of Guilford 10th Annual Senior Spelling Bee. The event will… Read More

SHIIP volunteers needed

Temporary volunteers are needed from September 14, 2015 to December 11, 2015 to answer phones and perform basic intakes for the Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) at Senior Resources of Guilford’s downtown Greensboro office. Volunteer schedules are… Read More

Peace United Church of Christ Honors Mobile Meals Volunteer Lucille Bennett

Greensboro’s Peace United Church of Christ honored its longtime Mobile Meals Day Chair Lucille Bennett this morning. Mrs. Bennett has delivered Mobile Meals for over forty years! She and her husband Dale are two of our agency’s most… Read More

Boomer Profile: Bruce Piephoff is a Greensboro voice


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

Rabbi Fred Guttman nudges Boomers on to the Promised Land


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

Boomer Profile: Sallie White is still pursuing her passions

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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

Boomer Profile—Keith Holliday: a one-man civics lesson


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

Boomer Profile—Sustainable agriculture and lifestyle for Steve Tate


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

From civil rights to healthy communities, George Coates marches on


Ask George Coates about being known as a ‘baby boomer’ and he will tell you that he’s fine with it. He’s not fine, however, with what he sees out on the horizon – and he sees a critical… Read More