After raising two children, Rose Ann DeVito discovered she had a big, empty home and a lot of love still left to give. Growing Bolder introduces you to the 65-year-old
After being diagnosed with cancer, Peggy Hartzog’s first thoughts were about her own wants. But she soon began to think more about the needs of others. That’s when she remembered her old red hair. The result was a very unusual donation.
Growing Bolder challenged renowned exercise physiologist Dr. Ellington Darden to create the shortest workout possible that can still achieve impressive results. The result is Dr. Darden’s 5-minute workout. Just 5 minutes, 3 times a week is all you need!
They say a good film will find an audience and films are now finding their way to a unique community in Florida. A love of cinema has motivated a woman to organize what may be the world’s first independent film festival in a retirement community.
After being ashamed of her beard for most of her life, Vivian Wheeler says she now realizes her unusual facial hair is a part of God’s plan for her. Find out how she has found strength and peace in a world of pointed fingers.
A retired businessman has discovered that the joy of volunteering combined with the joy of gardening equals the fountain of youth.
Before Santa Claus headed north for the winter, he invited Growing Bolder into his summer house in Florida to show us how Christmas is a year-round job for him.
Slap on your swim caps, lace up your shoes and push the pedals to the metal for the 2007 Geezerjock National Championship triathlon.
Everyone from the president of the United States to Borat to some aging superheroes showed up at the 2007 Famous Faces Ball to benefit Shepard’s Hope.
Dr. Ellington Darden helped revolutionize the way we work out, and now he’s helping everyone from kids to people over 50 stay fit for life.