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Some ill parents brought north by children

...view past stories from this series. Many other adult children make the same decision. A 1998 survey for the Juneau Committee on Aging found that 8 percent of Juneau seniors live with their children and 27 percent have physical disabilities. The...

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Juneau seniors are aging actively, keeping healthy through volunteer work.

...percent belong to a club, organization or church and nearly 40 percent volunteer, based on a 1998 survey for the Juneau Committee on Aging. Ten percent of seniors also take classes through the University of Alaska Southeast or Community Schools...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/110701/Loc_agingactive.shtml
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City dumps controversial bus-fare hike

...should never have been taken away from seniors and disabled persons," said Lorilyn Swanson, chairwoman of the Juneau Committee on Aging. "Those that ride the bus are those who do not drive and need this source of transportation. Many are not...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/122104/loc_20041221002.shtml
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City invites input on tax break

...exemption then don't continue with obvious money losers the city subsidizes, such as Eaglecrest (Ski Area).'" Juneau Committee on Aging Chairwoman Lorilyn Swanson is also member of the task force. She hears from many seniors saying there should...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/033106/loc_20060331015.shtml
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