Judith is a native of Sioux City, Iowa and graduated from Morningside College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Community Service. Through volunteering and working in various healthcare facilites including administration and assisted living, her passion grew to provide resources for families and seniors.
In 2015 Senior Lifestyle Advantage LLC was founded. We are reaching families and seniors in communities and voted as a trusted resourced by our customers. "Best Cover" "Most Engaging" "Most Shared" Senior Magazine.
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My name is Rae Clinkenbeard and I am from Denison, Iowa. I am a Junior at Morningside College double majoring in Arts Administration and Photography. Photography has been a passion of mine since I picked up my first camera at the age of 10. It all started with a school project that required me to collect photographs in my home town of Denison for my research of Iowa nature. Ever since then, I have been hooked. When searching for colleges no other college I had visited contained the Arts Administration major which I found to be a perfect fit for me. I have been able utilize my skills in art while learning how to maintain a business which is my future goal.
I am truly excited for this opportunity to intern with Senior Lifestyle Advantage and Judith Stanton while showing people what I see through my camera lens.
My name is Lindsey Smith and I am a senior English major at Morningside College. I am from Carroll, Iowa. I am involved in several organizations on campus, including the Writing Center, Sigma Tau Delta, and the Kiosk. I enjoy reading historical fiction, listening to classic rock, and playing soccer in my spare time. My goal after graduation this May is to move to a bigger city and become an editor for a newspaper or magazine.
I was born in Cape Coral, Florida, in 1998. When I was around four, my mother began teaching me to read using my beloved, battered set of Shel Silverstein anthologies, but the lessons weren't clicking—that is, until one relentlessly sunny afternoon when I was buckled into a car seat in my grandmother's Buick. With my forehead pressed to the glass, I watched my hometown blur by. But that day, something was different.
As if for the first time, I saw the words. Street signs and bus stops and license plates and skywriters... words were everywhere, and for the first time, I could understand them. A new world had unfurled! I couldn't stop reading.
And you know what? Little has changed.
Primarily, I am an editor. When not gardening or directing plays, I read voraciously.
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