Rim Country Seniors Make The Most Of Their 'Golden Years'

SENIOR REVIEW

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In this special edition of the Rim Review, we bring you our Senior Review -- guide designed specifically for the Rim country's senior population.

In these pages, you'll learn what services and activities are available for today's active seniors. You'll learn the benefits of exercise, and what the three local health clubs can offer you; what recreational opportunities are available, from bowling to softball; and the importance of good nutrition, and where the best deals on meals can be found.

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Star Valley resident Charles Hoffman, 62, patiently waits for the fish to bite on the dock of the largest Green Valley Park lake. Hoffman said he fishes every day because it is easy to do and enjoyable.

You'll find advice on everything from financial planning, taking charge of your own health care, and what options are available to those in failing health.

The publisher and staff of the Payson Roundup and Rim Review offer this special edition of the Review as a service to Payson's largest population -- its senior citizens -- and thank the organizations, service providers and all the advertisers who have supported this effort.

We'd also like to hear what you think about this special edition. Once you've read the Senior Review cover to cover, please send us your thoughts to Editor, P.O. Box 2520, Payson, AZ 85541, or e-mail to roundup@cybertrails.com

Please note: Only a portion of the Senior Review has been posted on our website. For a complete issue of this special edition, pick up a copy of the July 29 Payson Roundup or get your free copy in Rim Review racks throughout town.

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