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Seniors who love to help seniors

Sue Simone of Seniors Helping Seniors® — helping to make life easier for seniors who want to stay as long as possible in their own homes.  Photo: Sue Quigley

Sue Simone started volunteering over 30 years ago providing helpful care to homebound seniors who needed help in the house in varying degrees.
“It was a powerful experience and gave me a tremendous sense of purpose to serve others,” she said.

But then her husband was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia called “frontotemporal dementia” and their life together was plunged into a world of uncertainty. His prognosis was not good. 

Embracing embroidery: A Matter of Stitches

Sheri Jung of "A Matter of Stitches" an embroidery shop, monitors her Melco Amaya sewing machine as it sews

Step into Sheri Jung’s embroidery shop and be stunned at her innovative craft.Jung, originally from Wisconsin, is the owner of A Matter of Stitches - a custom embroidery and screen printing shop on Commercial Way in Spring Hill. She is an embroidery artist and has totally revitalized the craft of embroidery in today’s fashion.

Mention embroidery to some people and a vision of grandma’s tablecloth springs to mind or embroidered squares stuck in a frame on the wall.

Not so with Sheri Jung’s unique embroidery designs.

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