“Somehow we have to get older people back close to growing children if we are to restore a sense of community, a knowledge of the past, and a sense of the future.” ~ Margaret Mead

Intergenerational Programs are social vehicles that offer younger and older generations the opportunities to interact and become engaged in issues concerning our society. These programs purposefully bring together people of different generations in ongoing, mutually beneficial, planned activities, designed

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While attending the Global Leadership Summit in Three Hills this last October, one was struck with the amazing expertise of the presenters in this whole area called leadership. While we are all leaders, followers and/or facilitators in our lifetime, it is important to note that we shift amongst these roles constantly. Each role, enables us in our leadership style.

One begins as a follower (the child) with some constant declarations of wanting to lead – whether we know how to or not. Our fu

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As one walks into most Drop-In Centres across Alberta (in Canada, and in other nations in the world), it is the most prominent activity observed going on: PLAY. Some folks are circled around a table playing cribbage, scrabble, whist, or other card or board games; some are highly physical with a cue and rolling balls on a snooker or pool table; some are manipulating a coffee, tea or juice cup and regaling each other with stories and expressions; while others find playful ‘work’ as a p

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“Loose lips sink ships.”

It is perhaps just that simple. There - that is the key to having a secure computer experience! If only it were that simple, we could all sit down at our computer today and be blissfully secure in the knowledge that everything is right with the world.

But, as we all are aware, anything that we become involved with in the world will have at least some challenges to deal with and in order to maintain our ability to use the items (in this case a computer), some

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