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MARCH 26, 2017 @ 5 PM PT

ACTIVE OCTOGENARIANS

JACKIE GOLDBERG (THE PINK LADY)

SUNIE LEVIN

JIM MAURER

with host CYNTHIA FRIEDLOB

JACKIE GOLDBERG, known as the Pink Lady, is a teacher, actor, writer, and toastmaster. For over 40 years, she was in the fashion industry as a Womens’ Wear marketing & sales rep. At age 70, she developed a series of seminars called, “Get Up, Get Out, & Get a Life,” to encourage fellow seniors to embrace new challenges. She also began an acting career. This led to her creation of the non-profit Senior Star Power Productions and an annual live stage show featuring performers over the age of sixty. The 2017 show will be an intergenerational version of last year's “America Salutes Our Veterans.” Audition info here for the show coming up in the Fall. More about Jackie here.

SUNIE LEVIN holds degrees in Psychology and Education as well as a Master’s degree in remedial reading. She founded the Midwest Reading and Dyslexia Clinic in Kansas City, Missouri, for children and adults with learning problems. She’s also an author who’s written books about grandparenting, the importance of making new friends when you’re older, and how to choose a retirement community. She’s conducted workshops and seminars throughout the country and was a syndicated columnist for many newspapers. Click here to learn more about Sunie and her book, Make New Friends…Live Longer: A Guide for SeniorsClick here for a list of all of her books available on Amazon.

JIM MAURER grew up playing piano, having started at the age of five. He played in some of the most famous hotels in Los Angeles, including the St. James Club, an art deco hotel on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, for the club’s nearly ten-year existence. He also played piano at private parties for scores of Hollywood film, television and theatre elite. For many years, Jim volunteered at Providence St. Joseph Hospital in Burbank, CA, playing the piano every afternoon in the lobby. His community service was acknowledged with awards from Women in Theatre, the City of Burbank, the California State Senate, and KNX radio. Click here to listen to some of Jim’s music on YouTube. His album, “Romantic Christmas Classics,” is available here on CD Baby.

This program was originally recorded as a 2012 podcast for Experience Talks Online.

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