The California Department of Finance breaks down age groups in the following way: preschool age (0-4 years); school age (5-17 years); college age (18-24 years); working age (25-64 years); young retirees (65-74 years); mature retirees (75-84 years); and seniors (85+ years).
Velma Khachadourian, left, and Carol Harting knit and cross stitch at the Davis Senior Center. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Genai Nobles leads a Dynaband class at the Davis Senior Center. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Rosa Farias shops with daughters Belia and Gabriella at the Davis Food Co-op. The Co-op offers seniors a 5 percent discount. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Audrey Lippman, a long-time Davis Food Co-op shopper, checks her list. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Jo Wragg, standing, looks over a bridge class at the Davis Senior Center. Participants include, from left, Barbara Jones, Beth Brownstein, Rees Jones and Boris Ruebner. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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