Community Life Presents Pauline Clark: Matriarch

Pauline Clark, who sometimes goes by the nickname “Gussy,” was born 92 years ago in Central City, Pennsylvania, one of six children who lived on a farm where they grew vegetables and raised cows, chickens and pigs. Pauline loved life on the farm and espec ...

75 Years and Counting: The Story of Robert and Frances

What makes a marriage so strong it can outlast 75 years? If you ask Robert Beck, 95, of Woodbury, he’ll tell you the secret for him and his wife, Frances, 94, is, “She tells me what to do, and I just say, ‘Yes, dear.’” Born in Stony Point, VA, Robert ...

Easy Summer Shrimp

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue Summer is truly a magical time. It could be that it’s finally warm enough to see bees gently floating about the newly bloomed flowers and plan road trips to the beach. Or, if you’re a foodie like me, it’s becaus ...

It’s That Time Again to Get Your “Summer Body”

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue By Victoria Williams If you go to any search engine or social media platform and search “diet,” you will be greeted with hundreds of different diet programs, supplements and advertisements promising you the “ ...

Support for the Caregivers

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue We like to believe that if a time comes when we are asked to care for an elderly parent, family member, or friend, we will be able to step up and fill this role without limitations. However, serving as a caregiv ...

Plan Your Next Vacation in Huntingdon County

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue By Yvonne Martin, President and CEO of Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce Imagine sitting around the campfire with girlfriends, making s’mores, enjoying a glass of wine you picked up along the way at ReKla ...

The Power and Meaning of Mentors

From Generations Magazine Seventh Issue By Ann M. Leiner, Chief Connections Officer of Stacey & Associates Someone recently said to me, “I like talking to you about life. I really respect you and I appreciate the advice you give me”.  It w ...