Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
Bernice Simms’ cheerful laugh filled the room as she tried to pose for a photo with one of her favorite things, a little grey pitbull puppy.
Today’s seniors grew up trusting strangers in a society that was far more trustworthy.
We spent 10 days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, last summer and saw very little of the city during that time.
Not everyone can go home for the holidays. And some have no family to visit them.
It was an agonizing 3 or 4 weeks before Christmas back in the early 1950s.
The “holiday quarter” can present special challenges for families with a loved one suffering from dementia.
Send someone a card to remember them on their special day!
(EDITORS NOTE: This is the second of a three-part series.)
Kenton King has enjoyed a few hobbies in his life, but one day 11 years ago, when a co-worker came to work with an electric, radio-controlled airplane, King discovered a hobby that he continues to enjoy as much as when he started.
There are many different places individuals in need can go to get help in Elkhart and Kosciusko counties.
On an outing to Chandle, Ariz., to visit two of Bud’s sisters and their families, we headed north, 120 miles, to Sedona with its unique red rock formations.
Send someone you know a special greeting on their special day!
What began as an “off the cuff” lark seven years ago has become a consistent year-round passion for Elkhart County resident Bruce A. Wells.
Sometimes, 70 years isn’t too long to wait.