Grand Mag talks with Sharon Danitscheck on using the Internet for work and for staying connected, and pros and cons of social media.
Jack Levine, founder of 4Generations Institute, is a communications and public policy consultant. He previously served as President of Voices for Florida's Children for 25- years. Jack's expertise is in developing and delivering messages to the media, public officials, and a diverse network of advocates on the value of preventive investments in children, parent leadership, grandparent activism, and dignified services for elders. Through public speaking, seminar and workshop leadership, and an array of community advocacy events, Jack shares information, provides inspiration, and leverages advocate enthusiasm in the direction of public policy action. Jack serves as Partnership Director for GRAND Magazine, a national publication reaching out to the some 77-million Baby Boomers in their active and energetic grandparenting years.
Today on Grand Magazine we talk to Doug Pickle about the wonderful Purple Heart Plaques that he hand makes to honor are Men and Women who served. WE THE PEOPLE GIVING BACK strive to honor our fallen and veterans who defended freedom. By hosting honor ceremonies with veteran charities and communities. www.facebook.com/WeThePeopleGivingBack
In 1959 at 13 years old, Dodie Stevens was riding the top of the Charts with the smash hit, "Pink Shoe Laces". Today Dodie Stevenr talks about the bullying going on in schools, Dodie said. "160,000 kids a day don't go to schools because they are bullied and afraid to go, and there's a one out of 10 dropout of school because they are afraid of bullying." Dodie and her daughter Stephanie co-writing a sing-along song called "I'm Not a Bully". Dodie said, We're trying to bring all of those messages of good things to the little ones here in elementary school.