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Source: Claremont Courier/ By Mick Rhodes, 9/17/20

Many parents advise their kids to get an education and have a solid career in place before pursuing their dreams. Others urge them to follow their passion and the money will find them.

Some are lucky enough get both.

“I just fell in love with volunteering,” said Stacy Mittelstaedt, director of volunteers for Claremont-based senior services nonprofit AgingNext. “It’s the best job in the world to work with people who want to give back to other people. You just can’t beat it.”

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