Mary Whitten of Bellingham and other participants enjoy a Silver Sneakers exercise class in November at the Whatcom Family YMCA. A new study ranks Washington as the 11th-best state in which to grow old.
Mary Whitten of Bellingham and other participants enjoy a Silver Sneakers exercise class in November at the Whatcom Family YMCA. A new study ranks Washington as the 11th-best state in which to grow old. Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald
Mary Whitten of Bellingham and other participants enjoy a Silver Sneakers exercise class in November at the Whatcom Family YMCA. A new study ranks Washington as the 11th-best state in which to grow old. Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald

How does Washington rate as a place to grow old?

June 26, 2016 02:02 PM

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