Welcome to Our 32nd Issue
We would like to start this issue of CK Senior by reaching out to anyone who has had to deal with the illness of COVID-19. Our hearts go out to you, and we wish you all the best to regain and maintain good health again. To those who have lost loved ones from this illness, it’s hard to find the right words, but please know that we offer you our deepest sympathy.
None of us saw this virus coming, but all of us have been dealing with the consequences of it. When you look around, it’s remarkable how people have truly come together through this “while being apart.” We all should be very proud and grateful for the community we live in and how all of us are doing our very best in handling the reality of this “new normal.”
It almost feels like we missed spring and summer this year; here we are already into fall. So, let’s make the most of this season; after all, this is one of the most beautiful and colourful times of the year. Hopefully Mother Nature gives us a long fall season, so we can be outside as much as possible, for as long as possible, enjoying the fresh air and the company of friends and family. When winter comes a knocking, it’ll be time to go back indoors once again. So … find yourself a project to work on, or a new hobby to take up. Find yourself a purpose to wake up each day and enjoy every minute of the day and before long you’ll wake up and spring will have returned.
Once again, we hope that you learn something new as you turn the pages of this issue, and a BIG THANKS goes out to all of our advertisers, our contributing writers, and to you, our readers. This magazine would not be possible without all of you.
Until our next issue, stay safe, happy, and healthy, and always remember …
It’s alright to slow down, just don’t stand still!
Andrew Thiel, President
Mark Requena, VP / Web Developer
Jeremy Giles , Web Developer
Lisa Persyn, Sr. Graphic Designer
Cassidy Wammes, Graphic Designer
Owen Marlatt, Graphic Designer
Chester Johnston, CK Senior Co-ordinator
Karen Gore, In-House Content Writer
Renee Tulloch, In-House Content Writer
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