Monday, June 24
Click here for Inside Window Washing Schedule
We now have the July Jewish Newsletter available - click here.
'Time After Time' will be in the Keystone Clubhouse every 1st and 3rd Wednesday to repair watches and sell batteries.
Do you have a Windows based computer question or problem? Click here for the computer club page. We might be able to provide free help.
Check out the BUY/SELL/WANT/FREE page FREE spinet piano. Sale: Golden Tech comfort chair, Madame Alexander Dolls, cargo cover and hammock cargo net for Toyota RAV4, Table/chairs, dresser, entertainment center. WANTED: CAR. Sale PRICE REDUCED- Puse 6 Power Chair, Entertainment Center price reduction, etc. Wanted for charity: golf clubs.
Want to laugh today? Things to Ponder..... Funny signs - Go to the Humor to Enjoy page. Animal parenting pics. More toons. Signs of the time, a dog's bedtime prayer. "The Car" Computer Humor!! Newly added animal pictures - so funny!!
Please contact Gail Dahlen at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.