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These ‘grannies will never be in danger of being invisible

Columnist Alicia Vandine praises the work of the Apple Route Grannies Published in Brighton Independent Today’s culture is so obsessed with looking and acting young. Do we become less important to society or even become invisible as we age? It’s hard to believe that only 200 years ago, many powdered their wigs grey in order to make themselves appear older and wiser. That’s right, back then being older was hip ... Continue Reading »

Kimberley First Saturday, July 6

By Carolyn Grant on June 26th 2019 in the Kimberley Bulletin  It’s officially summer and Kimberley’s festival season is in full swing. An always popular part of First Saturday in Kimberley is the evening outdoor free concert in the Centre 64 parking lot. Kimberley Bulletin file. After July 1 festivities this coming weekend, the next event is First Saturday on July 6. First Saturdays are held the first Satu ... Continue Reading »

Matriarchs on the march for African grandmothers

Published in The Columbia Valley Pioneer by Dauna Ditson on June 15th 2019  The Valley GoGo Sisters’ run and walk will take place on Saturday, June 22nd. The local matriarchs of the Valley GoGo Sisters are walking together to support African grandmothers in caring for their grandchildren. Affiliated with the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmother’s Campaign, the local group began in 2006 to help African ... Continue Reading »

Port Perry G-Moms appreciate support of Scugog community

Published in the Port Perry Star on June 6th  The G-Moms of Port Perry want to send out a huge thumbs-up to all of the continued amazing support we get from our community. We certainly want you to know that we appreciate your donations for the June 1 yard sale fundraiser. You save your articles and treasures, drop them off at the Port Perry Scout Hall and donate again with your purchases. It is awesome to real ... Continue Reading »

Grandmothers in Peel Region celebrate 10th anniversary of Stride to Turn the Tide in Mississauga

published in missisauga.com on May 26th 2019 by Maryam Mirza.  A group of grandmothers in Halton-Peel will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the annual Stride to Turn the Tide on June 8 Oomama and Bronte Grandmothers for Africa volunteer members from previous Stride to Turn the Tide annual walk. – Courtesy: Sandy Milakovic A group of grandmothers from the Peel Region have been walking for the past t ... Continue Reading »