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Posted: Saturday, April 26, 2014 7:00 pm

Tanya Taylor Rubinstein has been working with all different types of people who want to record their life stories — from families of the mentally ill to cancer survivors and AIDS patients.

But seldom has she worked with a group like the one at the El Castillo Retirement Center, she said, adding that the retirees, while taking her writing lessons, have returned wisdom. Resiliency, overcoming adversity and engaging with life as one ages are all values that flow from the work of the El Castillo group.

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