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Billy Dettlaff has been retired since 2009 after a 22-year career with the PGA Tour’s TPC Network as a general manager, director of golf, regional director of operations and national director of golf, based out of TPC Sawgrass. In 1988, he attained the PGA’s highest classification of PGA Master Professional #57, which is held by about 300 people who are recognized for making a significant effort to improve the industry of golf professionals. His father was a professional player and his family has been involved with the sport for over 110 years. He wrote a critically-acclaimed book called the “Doctors of the Game: A History of the Golf Profession,” which is over 600 pages and traces the history of the golf profession through the masters of the sport. more
Witnessing your children getting older and starting their own lives and families can be bittersweet. There is pride that comes with seeing their successes, but also the melancholy of knowing that the years have passed so quickly. Although you may no longer be tucking your children into bed, reading them bedtime stories or bandaging "boo-boos," when your children have children, the chance to nurture can start anew. more
Chocolate and Beyond, a celebration of chocolate, desserts and other culinary sensations, will be held on Saturday, March 2, from 2 to 4 p.m. at First Coast Technical College. more
Seniors are often targeted by criminals. Though many criminals target seniors from afar via telephone or internet scams, criminals seek to enter seniors' homes. The Bureau of Justice Statistics offers that, between 2003 and 2013, the ratio of property crime to violent crime was higher for the elderly and persons between the ages of 50 and 64 than it was for younger persons between the ages of 25 and 49. more
You probably already know that life insurance can protect your family if something were to happen to you. But you might not realize the many ways in which insurance can help you preserve your plans for the future — whether for yourself, the next generation or those charitable groups you support. more
Seeking to provide much-needed rest and relaxation to those caring for individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, the Central and North Florida Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, in partnership with the St. Johns County Council on Aging, hosted “Community Caregiving: An Evening for Caregivers,” on Jan. 31 at River House in St. Augustine. more
As many as 11 million people in the U.S. currently have some form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) — a number that is expected to double to nearly 22 million by 2050. more
The Palms at Ponte Vedra has a new culinary services director. Matthew Keenan took on the role in January after former director Darryl Young relocated to Buffalo, New York, to be closer to his family. more
The Starling at Nocatee has been busy with numerous events and activities over the past few months. Here’s a quick snapshot of all the fun. more
Unique U.S. musical group Letters From Home performed for more than 85 St. Augustinians of all ages at Silver Creek Senior Living Community on Thursday, Jan. 24. more
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