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Starting the New Year Right: A Bucket List Guideline for 2018
Amanda Le Suer Posted on
Here comes a new year, full of opportunities and goals. Bursting with expectation and right on the heels of a busy holiday season spent with family and friends. Isn’t..
Getting Fit Means Getting Together
Danielle Leheny Posted on
Brent Daubenspeck may be the leader of the fitness program at Dock Woods, but he’ll be the first person to tell you that it’s the residents who guide many..
Senior Diet and Nutrition: Three Tips to Help You Age Well
Maureen Callahan for Next Avenue Posted on
A bowl of oatmeal every morning, a handful of nuts, five servings of fruits and vegetables a day — researchers seem to be slowly compiling a grocery list of..
Pumpkin Gnocchi
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A Living Branches chef’s demonstration of Pumpkin Gnocchi Recipe yields 4 servings 1.5 lb Idaho potatoes 2 lb Baby pam sugar pie pumpkin ¼ cup Parmesan cheese – grated 2 Tbs Parmesan..
Autumn Dinner Party
Ryan Burcik, Executive Chef, Souderton Mennonite Homes Posted on
Colorful menu choices for an evening with friends All recipes serve four. BEET SALAD ½ lb golden beets ½ lb beets 2 heads frisee lettuce 4 tbsp..

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Spirituality and Aging
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Together we empower older adults and families to lead lives of purpose and joy, guided by the Mennonite tradition of care and service to others. The Living Branches mission..