Pati Bedwell, elder care coordinator at the Elder Law Practice of Timothy L. Takacs, was recently awarded a Certificate in Elder Care Coordination after completing a program offered by The Life Care Planning Law Firms Association in collaboration with The Stockton Center on Successful Aging at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
He was "King of the Cowboys." She was "Queen of the West." That makes Cheryl Rogers-Barnett, oldest child of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, "the Cowboy Princess."
Last month, the Council on Aging (COA) of Greater Nashville - a leading senior service, advocacy and education organization - held its 30th anniversary celebration and annual meeting at St. George's Episcopal Church in Nashville.
The Council on Aging of Middle Tennessee will recognize four honorees and 19 nominees for this year's Sage Awards for visionary leadership and lifelong commitment to improving quality of life for others.
How were you introduced to volunteering? One local college student was encouraged by her professor to join a non-profit collegiate chapter, and the rest is history.
David Tuchman is known for his volunteer work with filmmaking, specifically to support non-profits and raise awareness for a plethora of social causes. Filmmaking is one of Tuchman's greatest passions that developed into a hobby for helping others.
Coach J. McInnis started Tennessee Panthers Basketball with his college roommate with the goal that, through leadership and accountability, young men would achieve success.
Krystle Couch is this month's honored volunteer. She works with Radio Free Nashville (RFN), a non-profit that enables people in Nashville and Middle Tennessee to hear news and up-and-coming musicians.
"Look to the kids! They are the future," says Lynn Ewing. A local mediator by trade, Lynn uses her gift of communication to benefit children throughout the community.
"It doesn't matter how much time you have or what your skillset is, there's a place for everyone." When asked about volunteering, Misty Woodford made it clear that no matter how busy one is, there is always time to give back and care for others.
As people grow up, it becomes easy to look back on "lost" time. Getting older in a prison cell makes it even easier to lose track of that time - of days, months and years.
I must confess. I was a little nervous when I found that my first internship would be serving seniors with the non-profit organization FiftyForward.
Retirees, working professionals and anyone age 55 and older are invited to gather monthly to benefit low-income children ages zero to 18 throughout Davidson County at Book'em, a non-profit children's literacy organization.
The Smyrna Senior Citizens Center will host its second annual Wine Tasting on Friday, Oct. 14 from 5 until 9 p.m., located 100 Raikes Street in Smyrna.
Sequestered in the midst of Lebanon, Tennessee, lies hidden perhaps the most fabulous antique store in America, and not one lick of it is for sale.
For the 11th year in a row, Timothy L. Takacs has been selected by his peers to be included in The Best Lawyers of America 2017 in the field of elder law.
Transportation continues to be a hot topic across Middle Tennessee. As Music City and the surrounding area continue to grow, so does the need to find a solution for safe, reliable, accessible and affordable transportation for all residents.
La Vergne Mayor Dennis Waldron recently presented Mrs. Jane Vailes with the La Vergne Centenarian Award in honor of her 101st birthday last month.
After a successful career in Christian nonprofits and pastoring, Richard Parker, age 83, retired and moved to Nashville.
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