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Faces of Hunger in America

Posted on 11/18/2013 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin TodayAARP Live – November 21, 2013 Guest blog post – Charlotte Whittaker I’ve seen the faces of hungry seniors across west Kentucky. While working as the Director of the Ohio County Senior Center, I saw first-hand how vital a simple home delivered was to these seniors. As a daughter of a rural Baptist preacher, I was taught at an early age the true meaning of compassion.  I was also taught that compassion wasn’t enough; I had a duty to help others …

Why the Post Office Might Stop Delivering Mail to Your Door

Posted on 07/25/2013 by | In Other News . . . | Comments

Bulletin Today | PoliticsI’m fortunate to have one of most adorable dogs in the world — Cara, our 7-year-old wire fox terrier — watching over our house (nearly always from inside) pretty much 24/7. She is diabolically effective in scaring Darrell, our cheerful and ever-reliable postal carrier, away from the house within moments after he’s left mail at our front door. Earlier this year, I had to break the news to Cara that the U.S. Postal Service was proposing to do away with …