RBG – It’s more than a collar…it’s a rite of passage BY PAT BURNS With tween and teen girls’ thoughts ranging from today’s distanced learning to restricted afterschool sports activities,

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Have fun while sheltering safely BY PAT HANSON We, invisible grandparents, have perhaps more experience at keeping things at a distance to avoid feeling the painful feelings of separation from

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By Susan Reynolds  |  Anything. That’s what most of us say we would do to help our children attain their heart’s desire or alleviate their heartache. But few would even

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By Colleen Sell  |  Meet Extraordinary GRAND Janet Harrold — talented artist, passionate advocate for children with special needs, and devoted grandmother of two bright & beautiful grandchildren, one of whom has cerebral

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Advocate for children with learning disabilities By Christine Crosby   Anne Ford, great-granddaughter of Henry Ford, of Ford Motor fame, has always been a bit shy and “very private,” she

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National Survey Reveals Grandparents Don’t Want the Day to Go Unnoticed (Editor’s Note:  Our friends at Orchard Brands just did a survey about National Grandparents Day that we were sure

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The invasive impact of media on children became the impetus, in 1991, for Ranny Levy to create KIDS FIRST! / Coalition for Quality Children’s Media, dedicated to promoting quality children’s

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GRAND – The Magazine for GRANDparents & Their Families is launching the GRAND Ambassador Program. We are seeking outstanding grandparents to represent their state. It is our honor to introduce

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(GRAND Magazine Editor’s Note:  We are inspired by these grandparents and think you will be too. Check out this article from the Ashville Citizen Times https://blogs2.citizen-times.com/outdoors/2013/07/18/asheville-grandparents-take-part-in-environmental-march-in-d-c/  and show your support) Walking

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By Maryanne Curran What’s in a name?  As far as my grandmother was concerned, names didn’t mean much.  Many different people called her many different names.  But the one name

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Grandma Has Wings is an adventure that begins while six little girls are visiting their Grandma. Each has a special name for her. “I call her Gram Cracker.” “I call

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By: Michael Levin The next-to-last time I saw Zig Ziglar, I was one of 17,000 in attendance at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, where he was speaking as part

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By Betty Cornelius, Founder of CanGrands Would you like to help researchers learn more about your experiences as a custodial grandparent and earn a award? If you answered YES!, you

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By Richard J. Anthony, Sr. Gerald (Jerry) S. Segal, Esq. is a husband, father, and grandparent. A prominent Philadelphia attorney. An influential civic leader. A generous philanthropist. An avid golfer.

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Jeanne Robertson is teaching her grandkids to see the funny side of life For 49 years Jeanne Robertson has made her living as a professional speaker and humorist. Not a

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