Serena Terzic wanted to do something special to ring in her 50th birthday. But what would it be? Perhaps … compete in a pageant?
When Lois Lepine first joined TOPS, she was a busy, hand-on mom, who was also taking in foster babies at the time.
Before I let any more time pass — thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, to everyone who made our 75th anniversary celebration one for the books.
I’m here this week with a TV show recommendation, of all things. I recently stumbled upon this limited series called “Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones” and I was intrigued.
Have you heard of this class of medications known as GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide-1) and GIP-1 (gastric inhibitory polypeptide) agonists?
Throughout TOPS’ history, members have mailed in cards to celebrate milestones and holidays. Let’s continue this for our 75th anniversary.
For TOPS member Michelle Noble, the organization has always been a part of her life. Noble’s mother attended TOPS meetings, so when Michelle was a child, she would sit in, without even realizing the impact that this group would have on her life or her future.
If you’ve heard me speak in my time with TOPS — which I’ve now done a handful of times, between SRD-type events and bigger Zoom calls — you might have heard me use the phrase “generational awareness.”
We hope you can lace up your shoes and hit the pavement with us on Oct. 21! It’s TOPS Walking Day. Come join!
Have you seen our Member News section on tops.org? This is something I want to shout from the rooftops. It’s our members! In the news.