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CLASSIFIEDS 50TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION


Teacher Training College Brandon Teachers’ College Oaklake Island Resort, Oaklake, MB Date: September 11, 2014 To confirm your address for an invitation contact: Joan Veselovsky 204-748-3057 or jveselov@mymts.net


55TH TEACHERS’ COLLEGE REUNION


The class of 1958-59 55th Teachers’ College reunion May 21, 2014 Canad Inn (Bishop Grandin& Pembina) Registration forms were emailed by October 15, 2013. If you did not receive one by then contact Cynthia Robins. Ph. 204 257-6092 or geocyn@mymdts.net


DR. LOUISA LOEB


Permit Teachers of Manitoba 10th Annual Reunion Ramada Viscount Gort Hotel 1670 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB Thursday, July 10, 2014, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Registration 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


For further information, contact Edith Alexiuk, Registrar Phone: 204-256-6484


1954 - 2014 NORMAL SCHOOL REUNION


October 4, 2014 Invitations were mailed out in January, 2014 Morris Demkiw / ammoemymts.net


RETIRED TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION OF MANITOBA


RETIRED TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION OF MANITOBA


Vel McAdam compiled a random act of kindness celebration list with, of course . . . 25 . . . suggestions. Follow- ing, are the first 10, certainly worth considering. If you come up with an- other inventive idea, please send it in to the RTAM office rtam@mymts. net to be added to the first 10. Share your ideas and perhaps there will eventually be a scrapbook or collage


of great ideas in our office. In the meantime, Val suggests that you may want to consider:


1. Bake 25 healthy snacks and take them to a local break- fast program. Maybe a couple of times.


2. Knit/buy 25 pair of socks. Stuff them with toothbrush, shampoo.


3. Bake a chocolate birthday cake. Take it to your old staffroom, to your old classroom at 3:30 on a Friday, or


CENTRE ON AGING


University of Manitoba, 164 Apotex Centre, Bannatyne Campus Overcoming the challenges of rehabilitating older adults with combined vision and hearing loss. RSVP April 18, 2014


204.474.8754 or coaman@umanitoba.cag


RETIRED FORMER MANITOBA TEACHERS LIVING IN CALGARY


As a retired Manitoba teacher now living in spectacular Calgary, are you interested in forming a RTAM Group in Calgary? If so, please contact Dennis Kozak at kozak3@shaw.ca or phone 587-353-7119.


31ST ANNUAL SPRING RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM


May 5 and 6, 2014 Bannatyne Campus umanitoba.ca/centres/aging/events/384html


WW II JAPANESE INTERNMENT CAMP TOUR


August 25-29, 2014 Email George Takashima at: gptak@shaw.ca


Visit two internment sites in the West Koottenays, each containing artifacts depicting conditions that 2,200 Canadians of Japanese ancestry lived in during WW II.


to a school Board meeting. SHARE the cake with every- one. Visit a while. Take some pictures.


4. Plant a tree. 5. Shovel 25 sidewalks for the aged. 6. Donate 25 cans of soup to the homeless shelter for the occupants. Take a couple of extras so you can have a bowl with them.


7. Attend a school board meeting. Shake hands with mem- bers. Thank them for giving you the opportunity to have taught in their division.


8. Clean up the school yard. (We have pinnies, or over- shirts, that say RTAM, to borrow and wear.)


9. Take 25 cookies to a seniors’ home, or maybe your MLA’s office.


Consider one thing to do which would be innovative and specific to your particular community!!!


Years of RTAM


RETIRED TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION OF MANITOBA


Years


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