Prime Of Your Life | May 2018

Dolly Parton pays surprise visit to Tennessee senior center 710 Grand Avenue • Ravenna, NE Phone: 308-452-4444 Assisted & Independent Living Seneca Sunrise a place of love and laughter Enjoy a new beginning with carefree living at 308-234-HOME (4663) • 1-866-234-6466 (Toll Free) 516 W. 11th St., Kearney, NE NowOpen! ADULT DAY SERVICES Available Mon.-Fri. 7am-5:30pm Home Health Services: •Bathing •Medication Management •Toileting •Transferring •Dressing A Licensed Home Health Agency and Adult Day Services. Staff & Care Plan Overseen by Registered Nurses. Your Home Away From Home. Every Hour of the Day. Every Day of the Year. SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country music superstar Dolly Parton has paid a sur- prise visit to a senior center in Tennessee, where she sang, lifted weights and joked about her age. The Knoxville News Sen- tinel reports Parton came for a dedication ceremony May 7 to give the facility a new name: the My People Senior Activ- ity Center, in honor of her parents, Robert and Avie Lee Parton. Parton is a native of Sevierville in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The 72-year-old singer joked that she’s a senior, too, and made fun of her plastic surgery. She shouted “girl power” when she saw more women doing woodworking at the center than men. At the event, Parton gave her own secret to staying young: Be busy, stay active and get involved. Associated Press “Be busy, stay active and get involved.” Dolly Parton COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTAR Dolly Parton, center left, joins in an exercise class May 7 at the renamed My People Senior Activity Center in Sevierville, Tenn. Parton came for a dedication ceremony to rename the facility in honor of her parents, Robert and Avie Lee Parton.

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