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Continued: In Twin Cities metro, more young people are moving to the urban core, while suburbs age

  • Article by: DAVID PETERSON , Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 5, 2014 - 7:16 AM

And Boerboom stressed that the sight of boomers in their 50s and 60s on exercise machines is a sign that aging needn’t be seen as decline.

“This generation is not going to be that of, ‘let’s visit Grandma and Grandpa as they sit around all day.’ It’s a group that wants to ski with them and run with them. It’s a change, not a decline.”


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