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TODAY is National High Fives Day and yesterday and today High Fives Charity Network, a new non- profit, is on the streets at area hospitals, local restaurants, grocery stores, the farmers market, pharmacies, VA and ASU. “For the practice run yesterday we touched more than 3000 hands and a lot more hearts.  I am out today with a goal for 12,000. ” Said Jeremiah Pinnegar. 

The mini flyer says “pass it on”.  It was amazing to see people who were all just like zombies really and disconnected but when they were offered a “high five” they got a big smile and actually laughed- it changed more than that minute – it made a difference in the mood of the whole place.  It was amazing!”  Amanda Barcy said. 

Celebrate with High Fives Charity Network Corp. a Non-Profit organization to help seniors and those who care for them. 

Pass along Free High Fives to everyone –All life long, Benefits include reducing stress levels for better health while bringing happiness to others, it’s contagious

Thank You to our Sponsors: I Need An Angel, Inc., Integrated Chiropractic, Pony Express Cleaners, Brighton Jewelers, and The Bread Basket.  And You!!!

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“National High Fives Day” is April 21st

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Beginning, January Ist, 2011 more than 10,000 Baby Boomers will reach the age of 65, every single day for the next 19 years.

US Census Bureau statistics indicate that the number of older Americans, aged 65 or older, will double by the year 2030, to over 70 million. That’s 20% of the population and the first time in history there will be more seniors than babies under the age of five. The “Sandwich Generation”: More than 1 in every 8 baby boomers – (those Americans roughly ages 40 to 60) are simultaneously raising a child and providing some form of financial assistance to a parent.

Source: Pew Research Center