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“Embrace your age! Nobody wants to talk about how old they are, but I love talking about it,” laughs Soni Dimond on a recent phone conversation discussing her life, her passions, and her whirlwind career.
“We are at any given time a sum of our past experiences. I like to tell my students to gather up their pebbles of knowledge and eventually it turns into a hill, and that hill will continue to grow into a mountain,” says fitness educator Joy Riley.
“We’re only here on this planet for so long; you have to do things while you’re here,” James Kleinklaus laughs when asked how he’s managed to fit so many experiences into one lifetime.
Visitors to historic Cornwall Iron Furnace in Lebanon have the opportunity to learn all about the Revolutionary-War-era forge from local history buff-turned-tour guide Pat Freeland.
Even as a young man, Bob Beggs admits his head was usually in the clouds.
At 52, Paul Waclo radiates an energy and creativity men half his age would be lucky to possess.
As a young man and devoted car enthusiast, Charles W. Sando Jr. bought his first antique car in 1971—a 1936 Chevrolet.
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