Who Took My Keys?

Well, we’re all getting older. And you can’t set the clock back. Not only can’t you run a mile as fast as a sloth (these animals are slower than centipedes), hit a ball over the fence for a home run or jump over the tennis net like you used to, but your joints are so...

Advanced Parkinson’s Disease: Bruce Ballard

Hi: First, thanks to Robert Berson for bringing to our attention a dance program, Dance For Parkinson’s Disease, which is providing free weekly classes from March 13th to May 15th in the Ossining Library (not the library in Sing Sing – repeating – do...

PPP Treasury Report

There’s been talk, whispers at first, then louder rumblings, about some ‘questionable behavior’ by the treasurer of PPP – that would be me. For example, some of the Bored members didn’t appreciate our purchase of extra cake for me after the last recent party. Well,...

PPP – 100th Session!

Congratulations to Robert Cattan and Ed Campbell for winning the doubles tournament held to commemorate the 100th session of Ping Pong Parkinson. Kudos, as well, to Andy Schloat for his huge generosity in providing a fantastic Ping Pong Cake. (Jeez, it was good.) We...