Is Your Grandchild Too Busy For You? By Dragana Vucic Dekic The Child President Today’s children are raised to be presidents one day. Their days are full of activities from

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BY JONATHAN MICOCCI We can thank The Queen Mother for Sting. It was a young boy named Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, of Wallsend, a working-class shipbuilding town in northern England,

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How grandparents can help their college-bound grandchildren BY KAREN L. RANCOURT  This is not an article about the college admissions scandal. You’re welcome. Rather, this is about how grandparents can

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GRAND’s 10 Picks For CCRC Senior Living Cmmunities BY LIA JILL LEVITT In 1993, my legally blind then 80-year-old grandmother, pronounced she was “putting herself” in a nursing home because

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The Real Value of a College Education BY BOB AND JUDITH WRIGHT When the recent celebrity college admissions cheating scandal broke out, many people were surprised or at least taken

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Mario Andretti – For The Love Of Cars And Family Feature Image:  Mario Andretti with his two youngest grandkids – Mario and Mia INTERVIEW BY JONATHAN MICOCCI CLICK HERE TO

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Mr. Sherman’s Cloud Author/Illustrator: David “Habbenink” Habben Age range: 4-8 Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba You know you are having a bad day when you wake up with a rain

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SKIP THE  SLIP – Together, we can protect the world’s most vulnerable people, our grandchildren and our planet. BY BETH PORTER We may not think much about receipts, but these

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Waggy Tail One: YAY Margaux! –The Incredible Adventures of the Awesome and Amazing Margaux Authors/Illustrators: Laura and Scott Jordan Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba Meet Margaux, a thirteen year old

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Jack Levine Named “Florida Icon” By Florida Trend! Child and family advocate; founder, 4Generations Institute; former president, Voices For Florida’s Children, Tallahassee; age 67 Editor’s Note:  GRAND Magazine is proud

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Four Surefire Ways to be a Better Nana By Candi Randolph Here are four surefire ways to be a better Nana, because Nanas (or Grandmas, or Mimis, or Memes, or Meemaws, or

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Now, is It Time To End Gun Violence? PITTSBURGH — Armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle and at least three handguns, a man shouting anti-Semitic slurs opened fire inside a

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Paul Newman: Insights To The Man And The Legacy GRAND discussion with Bob Forrester – July 23, 2018 GRAND:                               Hello GRAND readers and welcome. We are privileged to be speaking

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Hello, we are traveling in Italy because a distant cousin found me on the internet and invited us to come to Italy to meet other members of my distant family.

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Here are my thoughts In response to our last week’s newsletter, we received many thoughtful responses. We have not deleted or left any out. There were many more who responded

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GEORGE FOREMAN – Better Now Than Ever! INTERVIEW BY PAT BURNS We seek out people who inspire…people who live compassionate, interesting lives, and have something to teach us about living

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It seems that high on the list for new or soon-to-be-grandparents is to come up with their grandparent nicknames. This is no light matter. If you are lucky you’ll have

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GRANDparent Names – A Matched Set When you are informed that you’re going to be a grandparent, your first thoughts are all over the place, right? Will my daughter (daughter-in-law)

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The GRANDparent Network is a growing consortium of blogs and websites that serve today’s grandparents and their families. Combined, the GPN offers savvy marketers targeted, unique and cost effective media to

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Hello GRAND Subscribers, If you’ve previously registered to receive GRAND and lost the link to get to the CURRENT ISSUE please click here:   So, you won’t be without again, here is

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