SAIL receives a proclamation from County Executive Joe Parisi

At our Winter Luncheon in January, SAIL was honored to have guest speaker Joe Parisi join us at Blackhawk Country Club to talk about river cleanup, mental health initiatives in schools, and affordable housing.  He was also kind enough to issue a proclamation about SAIL, which was a huge honor for our organization! The text … Continue reading SAIL receives a proclamation from County Executive Joe Parisi

February Read: Turns out Seniors are the tech gurus!

Update, 2/21/19: SAIL member Lois Curtiss highly recommended this book! She said it brought back a lot memories, as she has lived through all of it.  Lois loves to read and loved reading this one!  Looking for a great read for the month? Look no further than this lovely collection of stories collected by millennial author … Continue reading February Read: Turns out Seniors are the tech gurus!

Five reasons to attend “How Do You Want To Be Remembered?”

By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph Can you believe it's almost the end of January? But that's exciting news for us at SAIL because it means we're getting closer to jumping into our SAILing Into The Future program.  Using experienced faculty, we're exploring the things that may come up for older adults, how to think … Continue reading Five reasons to attend “How Do You Want To Be Remembered?”

Older=WISER! Great New Year’s Advice From the Wisest Americans

By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph The longer you've lived, the more great advice you have for making the most of life! The fantastic website Next Avenue gathered some sage words and excellent New Year's Resolution inspirations from over 1000 older adults.  This is great advice for readers of all ages! Highlights include the following.  … Continue reading Older=WISER! Great New Year’s Advice From the Wisest Americans