Next month I reach a new milestone—I turn 40. As I prepare to start a new decade, I’ve started thinking of the various ages and stages in our lives. This month West Chester & Liberty Lifestyle travels through the years and dives into stories about different generations.
For many, August is about back-to-school. For families with kids still in the nest, we offer a feature on Huntington Learning Center, a locally owned learning center that can help youth of any age with study skills, tutoring and college entrance testing. Our Giving Back story this month explores the Boys & Girls Club, which is about to undergo a major expansion in our area.
Our Local Limelight story shines the spotlight on sisters who graduated from Lakota and are moving on to make an impact in the anti-bullying movement while also balancing a competitive career as models.
If you’ve ever wondered how to navigate intergenerational differences at the office, you’ll enjoy our story about generation gaps.
For the sandwich generation, we have a story that highlights a growing movement in senior care that provides a more home-like setting in which to tend to your aging loved ones.
In our Around Town section you are invited to celebrate with a West Chester resident who recently crossed a major milestone when she turned 100.
No matter which generation you represent, this August issue of West Chester & Liberty Lifestyle has something for you. Please join us as we take a stroll through the years.
Michelle Moody, Publisher
On the Cover
The tick tock of the First Financial Bank Clock Tower marks the passage of time in the heart of West Chester. Make each minute count!
Photography by Tera Michelson