11:00 - Board of Directors' Meeting - PAC
7:30 - Speakers Bureau: Famous & Fascinating Philadelphians- Rick Spector
We have a Text to Speech Reader to help low vision residents. For more info, click here.
ANN’S CHOICE LOW VISION GROUP.
The Ann’s Choice Low Vision Group meets the second Friday of each month in the
Village Music Room at 11:00 am. The purpose is to assist residents with vision problems.
The assistance is in the form of demonstrations of the latest equipment, speakers on low vision, and sharing of experiences.
The next meeting will be Friday, July 14 at 11:00 am
in the Village Music Room.
Would you like to help maintain our web site? Do you like 'surfing the net'? We could use help to support and maintain this Ann's Choice web site. You don't have to be a programmer and we will teach you how to do it. A new class is forming now. Let us know. Call Bob at 215-675-1963 to give it a try.
We have a new story from our resident, Dave Jones, called THE POTION, on the Resident Writings page about baseball in Warminster. Take a look.
We are now posting pictures and the results of our Olympic competition. They are all on 2017 Olympics.
There are Internet sites that offer free learning videos. Take a look.
Check out the HUMOR and BUY/SELL sections.
Please contact Gail Dahlen at email@example.com to make any changes/additions to this page.
Meets 4th Thursday of the month
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Keystone Music Room
Contact: Howard Kraiman; 215-443-5602; MC415
Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs. The program provides background information and policy options for the eight most critical issues facing America each year and serves as the focal text for discussion groups across the country.
The first "Great Decisions" group was launched in Portland, Oregon in 1954 by FPA's Vice President Roger Mastrude. Based on the so-called "Avon" model of face-to-face, active and informal conversation, participants would read a fact sheet on each of the eight topics before meetings, where they aired their respective views and opinions. FPA would tally up opinion ballots and report the results to the Department of State. The program gained media attention, was picked up by local schools, and soon gained national attention.
The grassroots, face-to-face model adopted by Great Decisions more than 50 years ago continues today, with tens of thousands of participants taking part in discussions nationwide annually.