In perusing an article in the Good Times magazine (June 2018 edition) lately, I came across an interesting article. “Retirement Planning for two: The key is open and honest communication” by Wendy Haaf. The basic idea of this article on retirement planning is probably best presented as many of us may spend more time planning a vacation together than we do weighing what we’re going to do (in retirement)-as a couple and individually. While muddling through may sometimes work, it

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To keep seniors updated for Seniors Week and to keep all of our brain functions in gear – here are some teasers. Feel free to bring the answers to our annual meeting and luncheon at the CommUnity Drop-In Centre in Three Hills, on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.

What event during Seniors Week includes the following:

1. Learning about a new product and a business that is unique to all seniors? (Two choices: a. and b.)

2. Challenging one another in a game?

3. Where does one get a free ticket for a Sen

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Hello Age 64! This is a call to action!

At present, the governmental departments that are given the task of connecting with those who are going to be 65 within the next year have a monumental step ahead of them. They need to contact us, let us know that we are coming to that senior milestone and give some direction as to what we may apply for.

Two departments are involved:

Federally, the government of Canada has given jurisdiction to Service Canada for:

Canada Pension – You normally must a

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“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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