Keith Hancock

“Telephone Scams and Internet Trickery” with Chris Bint

The Alzheimer Society of Hamilton and Halton have arranged an important training session with well-known educator Chris BInt December 15th at 2.00pm Computers, tablets, and phones create incredible conveniences and opportunities for people who use them. There is no doubt amazing value in being a technology user! However, these devices also create new ways that …

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“Holiday Tales” Presented by Burlington Storytellers Guild

The following is an invitation from Sarah Feere at Revera Living Appleby Place. “I am excited to share with you that we have partnered with the Burlington Storytellers Guild to present Holiday Tales. This event follows all covid restrictions as it can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home.  We have arranged a …

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Burlington Names Cenotaph Area VETERAN SQUARE

Burlington Legion Branch (Bob Ankrett, chair: government liaison/museum curator) made a formal request to the City to name the area around the Cenotaph (adjacent City Hall) VETERAN SQUARE. The Burlington City Council approved the decision to name the area. The City’s initiatives included a media release shown below.  Quotations: