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Aging

volume xxxiv number 4

July–August

2013

The SAGE Center, the United States’ first full-time, innovative LGBT senior center. LGBT older people can find friends and build community at the New York City–based SAGE Center, which provides an array of services and programs related to arts and culture, fitness, food and nutrition, health and wellness and lifelong education for LGBT elders. These types of LGBT-focused services and programs exist in many parts of the country and are growing in popularity; sageusa.org/nyc/ thesagecenter.cfm. —Robert Espinoza

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