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Course focuses on creative process after retirement

"It's Never Too Late to Begin Again," a 12-week course on living a rich, fulfilling and creative life after retirement, is being offered by A Little Help of the North Fork Valley.

The course will be based on the book, "It's Never Too Late to Begin Again," by Julia Cameron. Cameron is also the author of the best seller, "The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity."

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Volunteers offer 'a little help' to seniors
Volunteers offer 'a little help' to seniors

Last Saturday some 40 volunteers with A Little Help North Fork Valley descended on the homes of senior residents to provide a little help.

ALH is a Denver-based nonprofit that connects neighbors and helps seniors thrive. Held each spring and fall, Service Saturdays provide an opportunity for members to receive assistance with various chores in and around the house.

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A Little Help North Fork Valley will hold its spring Service Saturday on May 13.

A Little Help North Fork Valley will hold its spring Service Saturday on May 13.

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A Little Help organizing Service Saturday in May

A Little Help in the North Fork Valley is having a Service Saturday! on Saturday, May 13. If you are a member of A Little Help or even think you might want to try it out, call the office, 527-3482, to sign up.

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A Little Help launches in North Fork valley
A Little Help launches in North Fork valley

A non-profit designed to help seniors in the North Fork area remain independent officially launched last week.

More than 60 members, volunteers and friends attended a Dec. 1 party to celebrate the official launch of A Little Help North Fork Valley at The Hive Paonia.

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Providing help for seniors is mission for local group
Providing help for seniors is mission for local group

According to government census data, America's population is getting older. By 2030, Colorado's 65-and-older population is expected to grow from 555,000 to 1,243,000; Delta County is expected to increase its 65-and-older population an estimated 50- to 80-percent.

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