Category: Aging

Lee Williams, A Wild and Wooly 60 years on Wall Street

Easton Pickleball in the news…

The Enterprise Saturday August 17, 2019    

New Pickleball Courts back on track…

After 84 days of nothing being done by the Town, I sent an email about the situation to the Town Administrator, Town Planner, Board of Selectmen, and the Community Preservation Committee. Th next day I received a very nice positive and helpful phone call…

Pickleball, more than a sport…

Beautifully written by Aspen Kern, Pickleball Forum: I have spent nearly 12 years traveling around the country and playing Pickleball every chance I could find. I have made some realizations that I would like to share with you. Pickleball is a very unique sport…

Easton Town Meeting approves new pickleball courts engineering

Last night, Easton Town Meeting attendees voted to approve CPA spending of $38,000 for engineering work for 6 new dedicated pickleball courts. Next steps are to acquire construction bids and obtain final approval. If all goes right, construction can begin June 2020.  

A little Cape Cod R & R

Getting away with my honey for a couple of days to recharge the old batteries and get some of that clean ocean air in the lungs…

My pickleball court testimony before the Community Preservation Committee

Easton Pickleball for ALL ages…

The Easton Pickleball Club, started in 2014, continue to have fun and enjoy great exercise 3 days a week through the winter at ForeKicks in Taunton. In this photo, former Oliver Ames girls tennis coach, Claire Planeta, teamed up this week with pickleball whiz…

The 14 Healthiest Vegetables on Earth

Vegetables are well-known for being good for your health. Most vegetables are low in calories but high in vitamins, minerals and fiber. However, some vegetables stand out from the rest with additional proven health benefits, such as the ability to fight inflammation or reduce…

70 Is The New 40 (For People Who Stick With Exercise)

Exercise Wins: Fit Seniors Can Have Hearts That Look 30 Years Younger When the running and aerobics boom hit in the 1970s, a lot of smart people took up an exercise habit and have stuck with it ever since. Those people, some now in…

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