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Social Security is here for you, not just when you need us financially, but when you need accurate information about our programs, retirement, and more. There are many online sources for Social Security information, but you need to make sure you’re getting the right information. By using www....
The sunbeam on the floor attracts the cat to bask within its glow. She sighs in satisfaction as the warmth sets in, from head to toe. The dancing dust motes draw her gaze. They fascinate, and hypnotize. With rosy tongue, she licks her fur, while watching with her golden eyes. She stretches, shuts...
We recognize that you may have questions about how the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) will affect Social Security services. The first thing you should know is that we continue to pay Social Security and SSI benefits. Also, beware of scammers who may try to trick you into thinking the pandemic is...
The following is a statement from Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul about COVID-19 economic impact payments for beneficiaries. “I want to provide an update to people who receive benefits from the Social Security Administration. The Department of the Treasury (Treasury) announced on April 1...
For generations, Social Security has been evolving to meet your changing needs. In April, we celebrate National Social Security Month by letting you know what you can do online with a my Social Security account. Replacing a lost or stolen Social Security number (SSN) card has never been easier....
Social Security offers retirement, disability, and survivors benefits. Medicare provides health insurance. Because these services are often related, you may not know which agency to contact for help. The tinformation below can help you quickly figure out where to go. • How do I report a death?...
Andrew Saul, Commissioner of Social Security, reminds the public that Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit payments will continue to be paid on time during the COVID-19 pandemic. The agency also reminds everyone to be aware of scammers who try to take advantage of the...
With many people not able to find Hand Sanitizer on the store shelves, we have found a recipe to make you own at home. • 3/4 cup of isopropyl or rubbing alcohol (99 percent) • 1/4 cup of aloe vera gel (to help keep your hands smooth and to counteract the harshness of alcohol) • 10 drops of...
On Wednesday, April 15th at Divine Shephard Christian Community in Standish, MI there will be a soup supper and live pie auction. There will be a variety of soups to choose from and hot dogs for dinner. In addition, a live auction will be taking place selling pies as well as a silent auction of...
“SPRING CHICKS” met for an Irish themed luncheon. Left side (front to back): Sandy Friedle, Dotty Ingle, Marian Krevinghaus, and Mary Ann Kosicky. Right side (front to back): Gaymell Gill, Olga Doerr, Martha O’Hare, and Maggie Young. 	                                                                                                         --Courtesy Photo
In the wee village of Rhodes, a group of “Spring Chicks” met for the usual delicious lunch and exchange of blarney. Gold, good luck coins and Irish mint candy decorated the place mats. Deb (O’Whaley) (maiden name) had the cafe bedecked in the likes of Paddy’s Pub, giving salute to her ancestry...

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