A PREVIEW OF GENERATIONS TV…
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12 Way to Find Your Ancestors
“I’ve been researching my ancestors for about 20 years. On my Hawaiian side, I’ve gone back five generations, and three generations on my Filipino side. I get so excited when I connect the dots in my family tree and discover a new family member, because I now have a name and story to share with my grandchildren.” – Joelyn Hovey, family research enthusiast and grandmother of five
Why should seniors volunteer
While fewer older adults volunteer compared to those who are younger, persons age 65 and over who do volunteer spend more time on it. Approximately 35 percent of older adults in the U.S. volunteer an average of 71.5 hours per year. The value of their work is not trivial, estimated at $44.3 billion per year.
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Helpful Resources for Seniors
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