Monday, October 27, 2014

Mobile Studio Recordings on New Horizons Oct 27, 2014

This week's episode of the program intended to focus on issues relating to Senior's brings you a long form interview with leaders of an interesting organization called SOAR that has about 40 members.  I like how the show's co-host grilled the guests on whether they had ever tuned in to our radio show!  I hope you will listen back in the archive at CFRU.ca (New Horizons airs on Monday mornings).

These photos were taken as I produced some segments from the mobile studio at Evergreen Community Senior's Centre, that once again focus on the activity group of the Guelph Wellington Senior's Association (which currently has about 2700 members).

Nellie Jagt, The Craft Club at Evergreen (photo Ross Knechtel)


Chris Fraser, The Book Nook at Evergreen (photo Ross Knechtel)

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