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Welcome to Our 34th Issue

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It’s a pleasure to produce this magazine three times a year for our seniors of Chatham-Kent. We love hearing the enjoyment our readers gain while reading. The CK Senior wouldn’t be possible without everyone taking part, from our fantastic readers to our writers and advertisers. A big thank you goes out to everyone. We appreciate it.

For each issue, we strive to do our best. We put in the time and the focus to give you, the reader, a chance to experience the great businesses of Chatham-Kent as well as gain some knowledge from our contributing writers.

It’s been a long road with COVID-19. As we look over the past year, it’s been a change to our everyday lives. It’s affected us all in one way or another. All of Chatham-Kent’s residents have done their part to keep others safe as well as themselves. We are proud to be a part of this great community.

As we head into warmer weather, we hope everyone continues to enjoy activities outside, whether it’s working in your garden, walking on the trails, or even just sitting outside. Many great activities are coming up in the summer months for CK to experience. It truly makes a difference when you experience the sun’s rays hitting your skin. As we enjoy the weather ourselves, it’s always great to see CK getting active.

We hope this issue brings insightful information as always. We like hearing from each and every one of you about the issue. Please feel free to reach out!

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Andrew Thiel, President 

Mark Requena, VP / Web Developer 

Jeremy Giles , Web Developer 

Lisa Persyn, Sr. Graphic Designer 

Owen Marlatt, Graphic Designer

Alexia Huffman, Social Media Co-ordinator

Evan Nash, Social Media Co-ordinator

Chester Johnston, CK Senior Co-ordinator 

Karen Gore, In-House Content Writer 

Renee Tulloch, In-House Content Writer  

 

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