Flight Attendant Pushes to Honor Coworkers Lost on 9/11
Former flight attendant Paul Veneto is pushing a beverage cart over 200 miles from Boston to ground zero in tribute to his fallen coworkers.
Ballerina Gets Her First Slippers at 80
Mona Valore always dreamed of learning ballet. Through Wish of a Lifetime from AARP, at 80 Mona took lessons and gained more confidence than ever.
Mother-Daughter Team Inspires Others to Stay Fit at Home
During the pandemic, personal trainer April Hattori partnered with her 80-year-old mother Aiko Sokolowski to bring exercise to millions on YouTube.
Double Dutch Group Makes Exercise Fun
In 2004 Joy Jones founded DC Retro Jumpers to have fun and stay in shape. 17 years later, the group continues to teach double Dutch to others.
Meet the Artist Keeping Day of the Dead Tradition Alive
For the past 40 years, this master altar maker has used her art to empower and bring together her community during this holiday.
Renovation Crew Helps Older Adults Live At Home Longer
Nora Spencer, 42, founded Hope Renovations to bring affordable aging-in-place solutions to seniors and help women gain needed skills for construction jobs.
Santa’s Helper Brings Cheer to 4-Year-Old Twins
Alvin Bamburg of Louisiana never thought he’d be playing Santa’s helper, but then he found a balloon with a wish list from twin girls 650 miles away.
91-Year-Old Man Is Full of Pride After Coming Out
Since coming out as gay via a viral Facebook post in 2020, Kenneth Felts has found love and freedom that he's made his mission to share with others.
Grandpa With Alzheimer’s Thrives Making TikTok Videos
Charles Mallet, 86-years-old, has found joy and engagement making videos with his granddaughter Basia, and also has gained nearly 5 million followers.
Hidden Figure Who Helped Create GPS Finally Recognized
After decades of being overlooked, mathematician Gladys West, who calculated Earth's shape for the development of GPS, is finally being recognized.
This Grandfather Graduated College With His Granddaughter
When his granddaughter started college, Rene Neira decided to work toward his goal of getting a college degree at 88 and was able to graduate with her.
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