Articles written by Zaz Hollander


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  • Dog-biscuit diplomacy

    Zaz Hollander, For Senior Voice|May 1, 2013

    Kitty the dog is a bonafide home-meal delivery alarm. The 4-year-old black furball starts wriggling before the Palmer Senior Center van loaded with lunches even rumbles down the road. “Kitty knows when he turns that corner out there,” Susie Kammermeyer said, standing in the doorway with husband Leo as their little Shih-poo munched on a treat. “She gets excited.” The couple gets meals from the Palmer senior center’s food-delivery program that serves Mat-Su Valley residents from Sutton to Meadow...

  • Adventurous women start a new trend in tourism

    Zaz Hollander, For Senior Voice|Jan 1, 2013

    Senior ladies are striking out on their own in a new Alaska trend – solo travel. Increasing numbers of older women are booking solo trips with travel agents and tour groups for adventure in Alaska and out. Many are widows, some divorced or married to men who don’t like to leave home. They’re headed for Dawson City and Quebec City, Branson and Iceland. Mexico and Hawaii. Holland and maybe Costa Rica. “We’re going all over the world,” said Barbara Gay, who organizes group tours for the Anchorage Senior Activity Center. “We’ve been to literal...

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