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This was not an easy article to write, as Internet research on the topic of Florida laws and the elderly caused me much concern. Those of you who follow my writing know that I am not an attorney. The closest I have come to that status was enforcing the Uniform Code of Military Justice, a far…

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Over the past eight months I have answered our helpline, trying to solve problems and guide people to available services. Based on the calls I have received, it is time to do an article about Helping Seniors and how we can assist you.

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We just completed our 2019 Car Raffle and with your support it was our largest fundraiser ever. On behalf of our Board of Directors, thank you to those who made ticket donations and provided refreshments. We are so appreciative of our host, Mark Pieloch, owner of the American Muscle Car Muse…

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This could be one of the most important articles that I have ever written. I say that to let you know that I am asking for your help. On April 27, we are holding our 3rd annual car raffle from 6-9 PM at the American Muscle Car Museum on Sarno Road. Your donation of $25 for one ticket or $100…

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Recently I commented on the need for an Elder Endowment to assist seniors in Brevard County. Three days ago I picked up mail for Helping Seniors, and one envelope contained a $50 check and a letter stating the following:

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I have talked a little about nonprofit organizations and what they do in our community, but the story is a never ending one. It needs to be told continuously so that people in need know how to get help. Just a little guidance can make all the difference to seniors who are hurting and confuse…

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I have been involved in grass roots nonprofit work since 1993. During this time the way nonprofits are funded has changed. Most who contact a nonprofit do so because they need information or some type of assistance. They may have an unexpected event they cannot afford. And, while there are t…

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During my 38-year military career, I learned from my own experiences and those of others with whom I served. Most of us thought it was dumb to ignore good advice or discount the possible effects of our actions. Good commanders tend to think that way, and I hope that describes my work as a se…