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Wilmington Senior Center Sees 24% Year-To-Date Increase In Attendance; Touts New Intergenerational & Alzheimer's Offerings

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Elderly Services Director Terri Marciello and Case Manager Laura Pickett spoke with the Board of Selectmen about recent happenings at the Buzzell Senior Center. 731 more words


Does being Intergenerational mean some topics are off limits?

Looking ahead at the lectionary I noticed there are a few difficult topics coming up in the next few week.

How do we deal with the difficult issues or stories when there are children in the congregation. 409 more words

Fruit and flower

The six-year-old granddaughter asked what a heart attack was which got us talking about the function of the heart to pump blood to every part of the body. 192 more words

Aging (body)

Devices Are Not The Enemy

When I was young, my dad once shared with me that often times growing up, I would hear two sides to a story. Like a pendulum, opinions on things would swing from one side to another, but the truth usually lie somewhere in the middle. 1,166 more words

Family Ministry

Fiona Orr

Fiona Orr, fifteen-years-old, is home schooled in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where she volunteers regularly at theĀ Omni Center for Peace, Justice, and Ecology where she has found positive adult mentors. 445 more words


Communion as a place for Intergenerational learning and acceptance

My two favourite stories come from some of the youngest members in my care.

The first story is of a newly minted toddler, two weeks earlier she was a crawler, easily picked up by her parents when ever she moved out of range, and bought back to the fold. 286 more words