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SENIOR LIVING GUIDE | COMMUNITY Try Hosting ‘Family’ Dinners Food is often the heart of any community. Getting together to break bread allows for special time to form new relationships and nurture continuing bonds. This can be especially rewarding for seniors, who are at highest risk for eating alone. Hosting “family” dinners every week is a great way to not only chase away feelings of loneliness, but also beef up your recipe arsenal. SHARE MEALS Get your friends and neighbors together and begin hosting family dinners. You can decide to host every week, or you could set up a rotation so that others have the opportunity to host. You might even find that a group of you meet every week in the summer and hit the farmer’s markets together. SWAP RECIPES Hosting family dinners among your community also introduces you to new types of meals. Each week the dinner host could write out the recipes for each dish in the meal for guests to take home. You can plan menus in advance and post them in a communal area (or email them out) to boost excitement. Just be sure to be mindful of any allergies guests may have, and while not a requirement, it is thoughtful to avoid ingredients toward which any your “family” has strong aversions. FLEX YOUR ‘IRON CHEF’ MUSCLES If you enjoy a little friendly competition, you might find that introducing some “Iron Chef” magic into your family dinners will add a new level of merriment among guests. Maybe once a month — after your weekly dinners have been well established — your group could organize a competition. Don’t be intimidated by odd ingredients. You could pick a well-known and well-liked dish, such as chili or spaghetti, and choose two members of your group for a cook-off. By choosing only two, you keep the amount of food limited, ensuring none is wasted. © ADOBE STOCK Hosting “family” dinners every week is a great way to not only chase away feelings of loneliness, but also beef up your recipe arsenal. Easy Comfort at the Touch of a Button Ideal for people needing help sitting or standing Queen Adjustable Base (in stock) starting at $799 Lift Chairs (in stock) starting at $699 Family Owned & Operated for over 35 Years Mike & Amanda Peyerl 97 US Rt. 302 Barre-Montpelier Rd • 802-479-0671 page 18 The WORLD February 14, 2018 Ginger-Crusted Salmon With Melon Salsa Spicy and fresh, this easy dinner of rich salmon and melon-hot pepper salsa is healthy and anything but bland. 2 cubed cantaloupe cut into 1/3-inch pieces 1 cubed honeydew, cut into 1/3-inch pieces 1/4 cup packed fresh cilantro leaves 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh mint leaves 1 jalapeno chile 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice 2 tablespoons grated peeled fresh ginger 2 teaspoons curry powder Salt Pepper 4 piece skinless salmon fillet 2 teaspoons vegetable oil 1. In medium bowl, combine cantaloupe, honeydew, cilantro, mint, jalapeno, lime juice and 1/4 teaspoon salt, stirring until well-mixed; set aside. 2. In small bowl, stir together ginger, curry powder, 1/8 teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper. Spread mixture evenly all over non-skin side of each fillet. 3. In 12-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil on medium 1 minute. Add salmon, ginger side down, and cook 10 minutes or until salmon just turns opaque in center, turning over once. Serve salmon with melon salsa. Serves 4. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipes/. (c) 2018 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved FREE CORDLESS LIFT LIMITED TIME ONLY AUGUST 1 – SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 On Graber Cellular, Pleated, Solar, Roller, Natural, Fabric, or Fresco Roman Shades; Wood, Faux Wood, Composite, or Aluminum Blinds* FREE *Excludes Graber Simple Selections BOTTOM UP/TOP DOWN On Graber Cellular, Pleated, Natural, Fresco Roman Shades and Fabric* Shades LIMITED TIME ONLY VALID THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2018 *Excludes Graber Simple Selections and commercial orders. TRUE COLORS BL I N D S & DE S I G N S "Let us measure so you don't have to" Professional Installation Available 17-6089 (8/17) 141 River Street Montpelier, VT 05602 26 YEARS 223-1616 & COUNTING! truecolorshd@gmail.com PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION AVAILABLE

SENIOR LIVING GUIDE | VOLUNTEERING Benefits of Volunteering Volunteering can be one of the most rewarding experiences for seniors. While monetary donations are always appreciated by organizations, often what is needed most is time. Not only is it enjoyable, but giving of one’s time has many physical, mental and psychological advantages. Strengthens Physical Health Physical activity and exercise are essential components in positive health. Many volunteer opportunities offer a physically active component to them — everything from stuffing envelopes to staffing events. Maintaining a healthy fitness level is essential especially for seniors to help keep your immune system strong and prevent diseases. Strengthens Psychological Health Volunteering has been shown to diminish feelings of isolation and prevent depression. Volunteering provides seniors a reason for leaving their homes — an activity many older generations resist doing for a number of reasons. One of the most rewarding aspects of volunteering is meeting new people and forming new relationships. You never know who you might meet and who you might help. Strengthens Mental Health Volunteering works to keep your brain active, which is just as important as physical activity. The National Institute on Aging reports that participating in meaningful activities, and nurturing feelings of productivity, lowers the risk of dementia, among other health problems. Enriches Your Time People who volunteer often feel more confident and hold a higher self-worth because they feel they contribute value to their broader community, according to a study out of Wharton College. No matter what you choose to devote your time to, the important aspects to keep in mind are to find events and organizations that suit your schedule, and help a cause you feel passionate about. Both of these factors will affect your commitment to volunteering, and your impressions of volunteering as a whole. Have Your Taxes Done by Capstone For Free*! *For household incomes $54,000 or less. Capstone Community Action 20 Gable Place Barre, VT 05641 Tax Line for info 802-477-5148 www.capstonevt.org Barre Capstone Office Mondays 3:00 - 7:00 Tuesdays 3:00 - 7:00 Thursday 9:00 - 3:00 Aldrich Public Library Saturdays 10:00 - 2:00 Montpelier Kellogg Hubbard Library Wednesdays 2:00 - 7:00 For Information Where can you find advanced heart care? Closer than you think. See a heart specialist at Central Vermont Medical Center and connect to all The UVM Health Network has to offer. CLIENT UVMHN JOB NO. 010110 DESCRIP CVMC - C 1/4 page c TACTIC Newspape PUB(S) The World DUE TO P 2/8/18 INSERTI 2/14/18 2/21/18 3/7/18 3/21/18 4/4/18 4/18/18 5/9/18 5/23/18 6/6/18 6/20/18 BUILT AT 100% SIZE 4.68” x 7 COLOR 4C QUESTIO Amanda P 251.476.2 Capstone also sponsors Free Tax Preparation in Morrisville, Bradford, Corinth, Northfi eld, Waitsfi eld, Randolph & South Royalton 802- 477-5148 Find a doctor at UVMHealth.org/CVMCCardio (802) 225-5660 010879-CVMC-CampRefresh-Print-The World.indd 1 February 14, 2018 The WORLD page 19 2/8/18 9:09 AM

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