Finding your tribe is and meeting new people is difficult but chances are, it will be worth your efforts. Suzanne Huttenstine of The Villages, Florida, found her tribe in a group of women called The Twisted Sisters.
One of the best ways to connect with life is Finding Your Tribe. Some people find that through hobbies, clubs, groups or athletics and others find it through making a difference in the lives of others. Just ask John Komoroske.
Isn’t it great when we do the things we really want to do? It’s even better when the things we love to do also make a difference in the lives of others. Rose and Bob Jordan took their love of bicycling and turned it into a project to help others learn how to cycle safely.
Adela Choquet is 96 years old and STILL teaching yoga several times a week. We first met her five years ago, and wait until you see how fit and fabulous she is. Her goal is to keep teaching until at least 100, and somehow, we think she can do it!
The plastic bowl with the airtight seal helped transform American society and advance the women’s movement worldwide. Most likely, none of it would have happened if it wasn’t for a man named Gary McDonald.
We’re big fans of The Villages Twirlers, a baton performance team in The Villages, Florida. They partied at Walt Disney World, and proved that girls just wanna have fun. Now, they are marching to the beat of some new drummers!
There may be more Red Hat chapters in The Villages, Florida than any other city in the world. We drop in on a Queens meeting to check out their Hattitude and let them know we’ll help spread their message. Click on the player above to watch.
If we can help other organizations, we figure we’ll be helping ourselves. In this episode of Reality Bytes, we drop in on a meeting of Red Hat Queens to let them know we’ll be producing a few videos to help spread their message.
While we’re all milking every mile from our gas tanks, there is one community in America that seems unconcerned about the price of gas. In a strange way, The Villages, Florida is one of the most progressive communities in the world.
Nowadays, with iPods and phones with MP3 players taking over the music world, radios and cassette tapes are falling to the wayside. But Jim Rentz won’t let that happen just yet!