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July 7 - August 3, 2016 V14N14Senior Scope 204-467-9000 kelly goodman@shaw.caPage 3Communauté Francophone News:Comme vous le savez, le programme Nouveaux Horizons pourles aînés appui les projets inspirésou dirigés par les aînés dans leurcollectivité et dans la vie des autres.Le programme Nouveaux Horizonspour les aînés a été lancé en octobre2004. Les projets financés aident lesaînés à devenir des membres actifsde leur collectivité en les encourageant à se servir de leurs compétences, de leur expérience et de leursagesse au profit de leur collectivité.Le programme Nouveaux Horizonspour les aînés accepte maintenant lesdemandes de financement pour lesprojets communautaires jusqu’au 29juillet 2016. Les organismes admissibles comprennent les organismessans but lucratif, les gouvernementsmunicipaux, les conseils de bande ouconseils tribaux, et autres organisations autochtones, les organismes etles instituts de recherche, les établissements d’enseignement, les conseils scolaires et les arrondissementsscolaires, les coalitions, les réseaux etles comités spéciaux communautaires. Consultez notre site Webpour obtenir d’autre informationimportante sur l’admissibilité d’organismes: demandeurs admissibles peuvent recevoir jusqu’à 25 000 parannée sous forme de subvention etdoivent viser un ou plusieurs descinq objectifs du programme : promouvoir le bénévolat auprèsdes aînés et les autres générations; inciter les aînés à participer à lavie de leur collectivité en encadrant d’autres personnes; accroître la sensibilisation auxmauvais traitements envers lesaînés, y compris l’exploitationfinancière; appuyer la participation sociale etl’inclusion des aînés; fournir une aide à l’immobilisation pour les projets et/ou les programmes communautaires nouveaux ou existants destinés auxaînés.On peut consulter les renseignements détaillés du programmeNouveaux Horizons pour les aînés, ycompris les demandes et les guidesde financement à cet égard On peutégalement composer le 1 800 2779915 en appuyant sur le « 0 » pourparler avec un agent (ATS : 1 800255-4786) pour de plus amplesinformations.Veuillez envoyer les applicationscomplètes au Centre de Spécialisation en Traitement situé à Calgary enAlberta :Nouveaux Horizons pour les aînésService Canada100-6712 rue Fisher Sud-EstCalgary, AB T2H 2A7New Horizons for Seniors Program Call for Proposal 2016As you may know, the NewHorizons for Seniors Program supports projects led or inspired by seniors who make a difference in theircommunities and in the lives of others.The New Horizons for SeniorsProgram was launched in October2004. Projects funded are helpingseniors become active members oftheir communities by encouragingthem to use their skills, wisdom andexperience to benefit other people intheir communities.The New Horizons for SeniorsProgram is now accepting applications for community-based projectsfunding until July 29th, 2016. Eligibleapplicants include not-for-profit organizations, municipal governments,band/tribal councils and otherAboriginal organizations, researchorganizations and institutes, educational institutions, school boards/school districts, community-basedcoalitions and networks. See ourwebsite for other eligibility information: applicants can receive up to 25,000 per year in grant funding andmust address one or more of the program's five objectives: promoting volunteerism among seniors and other generations; engaging seniors in the communitythrough the mentoring of others; expanding awareness of elder abuse,including financial abuse; supporting the social participationand inclusion of seniors; and providing capital assistance for newand existing community projectsand/or programs for seniors.Details about the Program, including application forms and fundingguides are available on the Web You canalso call for more information: 1-800277-9914 and select “0” to speak withan agent (TTY: 1-800- 255-4786).Please send all completed applications to the Specialized ProcessingCentre located in Calgary, AB:New Horizons for Seniors ProgramService Canada100-6712 Fisher Street South-EastCalgary, AB T2H 2A7Vital Seniors - Little Sprouts'Grow A Salad' in St. VitalArticle submitted by lesleykrsmith@gmail.comPhoto by IfeTayo AremuA third intergenerational projectAll faces were smiles afterwards,'Container Gardening - Grow A Salad'as seniors and families sharedattracted eight families to St. Marypizza and snacks made possible byMagdalene Anglican Church, Maycommunity supporters. 28, to try their hand at containergardening. With supervision fromtheir parents, the little sprouts,aged 1 - 9 yrs. of age, planted easyto grow donated tomatoes, cabbages, herbs, grapes, lettuce, onions,and strawberries, to name but afew.The seniors got down and dirtytoo. Instructor, Jerry, nicknamed'Ish', a retired teacher from DakotaCollegiate and avid gardener withties to the farming community, ledthe group, sharing his secrets ofsuccess, and answering questionsabout common tomato ailmentslike bottom rot.Submit your ‘local’ stories to kelly’ll do our best to include it in the ‘next’ issue of Senior Scope.In home computer repairsand 1 on 1 computer training!Unit 12A–2188 McPhillips St. Wpg204-586-7953www.coreyscomputing.comCOUPON 40 OFFComputer/LaptopRepairs Programme Nouveaux Horizons pourles aînés - Appel de propositions 2016or the purchase ofUsed Computers& LaptopsCannot be combined withany other offer. Couponhas no cash value.We fixMacs!Offer expires August 31/16 Computer & laptop repairsWe make house calls. 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