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A picnic for the aged was held in Aitkin County; because of its success it was thereafter planned as an annual event. Christmas parties were held in several communities in Benton and Sherburne counties, resulting in the organization of clubs. The activities of the senior citizens' clubs have been varied: a birdhouse contest between the men and the women, planting a tree on Arbor Day in honor of the older people of the community but dedicated to the youth, picnics with several clubs uniting, Christmas caroling by the older people, safety-education programs, more visiting by older persons themselves, participation in community charity drives.
The January 1960 issue of the national journal, Aging, contained a detailed description of Minnesota's preparations for the White House Conference. In October 1959, Esther Stamats of the White House Conference staff visited Minnesota and called this state's preparations "the most exhaustive and extensive" of any state. In February 1960, Clark Tibbitts of the White House Conference staff visited Minnesota at the invitation of the Minnesota Planning Committee and spent four days observing all phases of the Minnesota program.
There is a very sharp contrast between Cook County, which has the most aged males in proportion to aged females, at one end of the range (Table 6) and Olmsted County, which has the fewest aged males in proportion to the aged females (Table 7). In Cook County there are practically twice as many men as women sixty-five and over. Olmsted County, on the other hand, has a fourth more aged women than men. Tables 6 and 7 give evidence of the wide spread among the counties in the ratio of males to females sixty-five and above.
Aging in Minnesota by Arnold Rose