Recent strides raise Inland awareness of Alzheimer’s
Living with autism in the 1940s was difficult; just ask the Allen family
http://www.pe.com/articles/andrus-815283-running-ship.html On Aug. 20, Ernie Andrus finished a 2,638.1-mile race from San Diego, California to the Georgia coast — one day after his 93rd birthday. The retired Navy veteran, originally from Kansas, completed the race over a period of 2 years and 10 months, and finished with a time of “999 hours, 32 minutes, and 1 second,” he says. “I always tell people I never learned to walk until I …
How Legos are promoting science, math in Temecula’s youth
http://www.pe.com/articles/pom-810172-love-model.html How a Perris woman — beautiful, inside and out — became the face of Ashley Stewart
http://www.pe.com/articles/chorale-812331-riverside-master.html Riverside’s singing voice has gotten louder thanks to the recent merger of the Riverside Master Chorale and the Raincross Chorale. The two groups came together this summer to form a combined master chorus, the all-ages Raincross Master Chorale, which performs at local churches and events.
http://www.pe.com/articles/jones-812407-dementia-care.html Wife, teacher, mother, and grandmother Deana Alves was only 50 when her life was turned around and she was diagnosed with semantic dementia, a rare form of dementia that not only robs its victims of words, but eventually of muscle control.