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Social, Active and Purposeful for Optimal Senior Health

There has been growing awareness of the importance of exercise, social community and purpose for mental and physical health. This is true for all people, but is particularly important for older adults to cope with the many changes, losses and trials that they have faced throughout life. Some communities are structured to help seniors with such types of established activities, while others still need to

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This Week in Music History – James Brown records “Live at the Apollo” | SCH Time Machine

The Legendary James Brown (born in Barnwell, SC), recorded the incredible “Live at the Apollo” album on October 24th, 1962. The album was released in May of 1963 and quickly became one of the more influential live performances of the era. The album was listed as no. 24 in Rolling Stones magazine’s 2003 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. James Brown –

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This Weeks Notable Most Birthdays – Over 50

From the full spectrum of popular culture we take a look at the most notable birthdays of the week…for the over 50 crowd of course! MONDAY – Tim Robbins – Born October 16, 1958 One of Tim’s classic scenes from “Shawshank Redemption” TUESDAY – Norm MacDonald – Born October 17, 1959 His best scene from the film “Dirty Work” WEDNESDAY – Jean-Claude Van Damme –

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Charles & Sara Rippey and the Napa Valley Fires | SCH Stories

With the terrible fire happening in Northern California, we thought we would take the time to pay tribute to an elderly couple that were just two of the 32 total victims. The story was originally printed in the LA Times. —– He was 100 and she was 98, and the two had been inseparable since they were children in grade school. This week, both died

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Hugh Hefner Rare Interview With Deep Purple 1968 | SCH TimeMachine

Our tribute to Hugh Hefner comes in the form of a rare interview and impromptu performance with Deep Purple. We thought it was quirky and interesting and a fitting look back at the controversial cultural icon. Hugh Hefner was an American magazine publisher, editor, businessman, and playboy. He was best known as the editor-in-chief and publisher of Playboy magazine, which he founded in 1953. He

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Top 10 Athletes of the 1960s

The seventh decade of the twentieth century produced some of the greatest stars in sports history, so finding 10 famous athletes of the 1960s is an easy task. The hard part is narrowing it down to just ten, but the names on the following list clearly show that the ‘60s was a decade to remember. 10. Rod Laver This Australian lefty won seventeen major tennis

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Top 10 Songs That Helped Shape the 1950s

Many musical styles flourished and combined in the 1940s and 1950s, most likely because of the influence of radio had in creating a mass market for music. World War II caused great social upheaval, and the music of this period shows the effects of that upheaval. Wehere at SCH thought it was time to pay tribute to the TOP MUSIC HITS (and the artists behind

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Top 10 Toys of the 1960s

Let’s face it, kids just wanted to be little adults in the 1960s. From small kitchen appliances to baby dolls, the toys of that era were pretty mature. Well, now the joke’s on us. We would give anything to play with an Easy-Bake Oven again instead of cook dinner for our families. These were the toys every kid wanted in the 1960s. Did you have

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Top 10 Deadliest Battles of World War II

From 1939 to 1945, the largest conflict the world has ever known raged on relentlessly. Beginning in Europe, before taking in Asia, Africa, America and the Pacific, World War Two saw over 60 million deaths and countless lives blighted. Bloodshed had never been seen on such a scale before. Even World War I — whose fatalities numbered 35 million — did not witness the same

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