Local TV show targets viewers 55 and older

Spokane has a new locally produced monthly television show just for people 55 and older. “Successful Aging in the Northwest” premiered June 24 on CMTV14, which is a nonprofit station operated by Community-Minded Enterprises.

The community service program includes everything from healthy living tips to money management all by local professionals and experts. The first segment focused on fall prevention. Monthly segments include fitness, advice for daily living, interviews with local volunteers and legal aid advice.

The next episode, which doesn’t yet have an air date, will focus on “Money Matters – How to avoid scams.”

The show airs Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. and Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 9 p.m. CMTV14 is viewed on Comcast cable channel 14 in the Spokane area.

For more information, go to http://community -minded.org/community- minded-television. To suggest future topics, nominate a community champion or become involved in the program contact CMTV14 at cmtv@community -minded.org or (509) 444-3381.

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