Mas Hatano, center, listens during a fall prevention workshop at Kiwanis House in Sacramento on Wednesday, January 16, 2013. A new report from the state Department of Finance projects that residents 65 and older will represent almost one-quarter of the state’s population in 2035, and 26 percent in 2060.
Mas Hatano, center, listens during a fall prevention workshop at Kiwanis House in Sacramento on Wednesday, January 16, 2013. A new report from the state Department of Finance projects that residents 65 and older will represent almost one-quarter of the state’s population in 2035, and 26 percent in 2060. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
Mas Hatano, center, listens during a fall prevention workshop at Kiwanis House in Sacramento on Wednesday, January 16, 2013. A new report from the state Department of Finance projects that residents 65 and older will represent almost one-quarter of the state’s population in 2035, and 26 percent in 2060. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
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