Mary Ann Freedman throws her hands in the air as the The Prime Time Players perform “Wally’s Wartime Radio Hit Parade” in 2014 for the fifth anniversary of the Passmore Senior Center in Hillsborough. One in eight people living in Orange County in 2010 were over age 60, officials working on a Master Aging Plan say. Now, it’s one in six people, and it will be one in four by 2050.
Mary Ann Freedman throws her hands in the air as the The Prime Time Players perform “Wally’s Wartime Radio Hit Parade” in 2014 for the fifth anniversary of the Passmore Senior Center in Hillsborough. One in eight people living in Orange County in 2010 were over age 60, officials working on a Master Aging Plan say. Now, it’s one in six people, and it will be one in four by 2050. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Mary Ann Freedman throws her hands in the air as the The Prime Time Players perform “Wally’s Wartime Radio Hit Parade” in 2014 for the fifth anniversary of the Passmore Senior Center in Hillsborough. One in eight people living in Orange County in 2010 were over age 60, officials working on a Master Aging Plan say. Now, it’s one in six people, and it will be one in four by 2050. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

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